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Russian communist revolutionary leader, Vladimir Lenin dies on January 21, 1924 at the age of 53. By January 31st the Congress of Soviets ratifies the constitution and evokes a treaty which embodies separate nations such as Belorussian, the Ukrainian and Transcaucasian into the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. February 3rd, US former President Woodrow Wilson dies after suffering a stroke and a long illness. Mohandas Gandhi is released early from a six year British prison sentence on February 24th; he serves less than two years and upon his release he focuses on writing about improvements for India. On March 8th, 171 miners (age 15 to 73) die in a coal mine explosion near Castle Gate, UT when an employee investigating a gas leak relights his lamp with a match; recovery of the bodies took nine days of which 126 were immigrants, 50 native-born Greeks, 25 Italians, 32 English (Scots,) 12 Welsh, 4 Japanese and 3 Austrians. Adolf Hitler is sentenced to 5 years in jail on April 1st for his participation in last year’s failed attempted coup to take over Munich. Recent immigrants in West Virginia from Poland, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Russia, the Ukraine and Lithuania are killed, a total of 119 men, in another coal mine explosion in the United States on April 28th during what is known as The Benwood Mine Disaster. On May 24th, a spirit of Anti-Americanism is embodied in Japan after US Republican President Calvin Coolidge signs into law the Immigration Act of 1924, which includes the Asian Exclusion Act –barring immigration from Japan, China, the Philippines, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Burma, Malaya, and India, as well as other Asian countries. Later, on June 2nd, President Coolidge also signs a bill which made all American Indians born within the territorial limits of the United States citizens of the United States. September 9th, 16 Filipinos and 4 policemen are killed, 101 Filipinos are arrested, 76 are tried, and 60 receive a four year jail sentence during the Hanapepe Massacre on the Hawaiian Islands after Filipinos form an agricultural strike and demand a wage increase to $2 a day. Democrat John Davis looses his presidential bid in the United States on November 4th to Coolidge (who became president as the V.P.) which was attributed to his denunciation of the Ku Klux Klan and his defense of the voting rights of African-Americans. “Mein Kampf” (My Struggle -to be published on July 18, 1925) written by Hitler while serving only 8 ½ months of a 5 year jail sentence will prove to be successful after his release on December 20th.


January 3, 1925, Benito Mussolini becomes dictator after dissolving the Italian parliament. US Tennessee Governor Austin Peay signs a law on March 23rd which prohibits the teachings of evolution: Governor Peay states that “the very integrity of the Bible in its statement of man’s divine creation is denied by any theory that man descended or has ascended from any lower order of animals.” Eighty-one year old General Paul von Hindenburg is elected to the German presidency on May12th; 8 years later he will appoint Adolf Hitler as Germany’s chancellor. August 8th 40,000 Klan’s members set forth in a parade in Washington DC, United States; it is the belief of this terrorist group that to be one hundred percent American, one must be white and Protestant. Members of the terrorist group claim the Bible, the United States Flag and the United States Constitution as their keystone principles. October 16th, the Texas School Board in the US prohibits the teaching of evolution. The American Association for Advancement of Atheism is formed in New York on November 16th. By December 31st, immigration to the United States from Europeans in Italy drops from 56,246 in 1924 to 6,203 and in Britain from 59,490 in 1924 to 27,172; yet and still immigration from Asian countries remain prohibited.


January 27, 1926, a US senate agrees to allow the United States to join the World Court. Atlanta, GA joins the war on the teaching of evolution and bans it in their schools on February 9th. Satchel Paige begins as a pitcher in the Negro Southern League on May 1st. White Prime Minister Herzog in South Africa introduces a Mines and Works Amendment Act which excludes Black-Africans and people of Indian heritage from all skilled mining jobs on May 13th. On the 19th, the French bomb Damascus in their war to over-take and control Syria; the place where the Apostle Paul was struck and knocked to the ground by the Glory of the Lord: Yahushua Ha Mashiach. On July 28th, the French are unable to claim a victory after a 10 day battle in Damascus where they are described as having razed villages and bombarded the Kurdish quarters of Pamaseus. Germany joins the League of Nations on September 8th. By the 25th, the League of Nations Slavery Convention abolishes all types of slavery. After a military coup d’état takes place in Lithuania on December 17th, the deposed president, Kazys Grinius flees to the United States some 21 years later.  


To be Continued…

Coming: Japhetic History The 20th Century Part 5

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Emma Goldman is arrested in the United States on February 11, 1916 for lecturing on birth control, it was a federal offense to disseminate contraceptives via the postal mail across state lines; it was Goldman’s endeavor to lesson births among the over-breeding population of the poor immigrants. The Germans are on a mission to conquer the world. Dominicans resent the US when marines are sent into the Dominican Republic during a time of political instability, a time in which the US sees as an opportunity to occupy the land. The Brits and French establish a plan known as The Sykes-Picot Agreement, a plot to conquer and divide The Ottoman Empire to their advantage: invading Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan and Palestine. A forerunner to Planned Parenthood is opened on October 16, 1916 in the US by Margaret Sanger; it is the nation’s first birth control clinic. By the end of 1916, Europe is exhausted by the ramifications of war: The Germans are starving due to British blockades; Local Germans are working 14 hours a day; Prices have skyrocketed across the continent; Transportation has failed in Russia and many cities aren’t receiving the delivery of food, yet war goes on.


By February 3rd in 1917, the United States finally severs diplomatic relations with Germany due to its military strategies. In retaliation, the Germans sends a telegraph known as ‘The Zimmermann Telegraph’ to Mexico offering to return border states in which the US took from Mexico after the US-Mexican War; an invitation for the Mexicans to join Germany against the United States. However, the telegraph was intercepted by the Brits. On April 2nd, President Woodrow Wilson asks Congress for an hypocritical declaration of war on Germany so that the US could make the world “safe for democracy,” ignoring its own war on and the thievery of land against Mexico and others. On May 18th Congress passes the Selective Service Act which gave power to the US President to draft men into the military. King George V of the British Empire issues a royal proclamation which changes the name of the family’s royal house which bears German ties and ancestry from the house of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to the House of Windsor. July 28th – the NAACP in New York organizes a parade in silence in protest of the East St. Louis Riot and lynchings in Texas and Tennessee of African-Americans.


“God will aid us in the New Year, and will know how to break the ill will of our enemies, who cling to their program of destruction;’ vowed Kaiser Wilhelm on January 1, 1918, the last German Emperor (1888-1918); yet, how profoundly ironic that this same statement could have been spoken in truth by the former African-American slaves. The Spanish Flu breaks out at Fort Riley in Kansas; soon there is an outbreak in France which spreads to all European countries, death follows within two days of contracting the infection. President Woodrow Wilson sends troops into Siberia. On November 21st, in a war between Poland and the Ukraine for the domination of what was formerly known as Lemberg, Polish troops, volunteers and freed criminals massacre 320 Ukrainian Christians and Jews all for land rights.


A World War I Settlement Conference opens in Paris on January 18, 1919, leading to the founding of the League of Nations; 27 nations attend, but Germany was not invited. Egypt is inspired by US President Woodrow Wilson’s “Fourteen Points,” a publicized call for democracy and self-determination, and organizes an uprising across Egypt opposing Britain’s occupation of their country; while a Franco-Turkish war is in the making when French troops enters the Turkish region over an interest in controlling Cilicia, a southern region of Turkey. April 13th, India vows for complete independence after a British officer overreacts to the murder of 5 Europeans and open fires into a crowd of Indians, killing 379 and wounding 1,208 in less than 10 minutes in what is known as the Jallianvala Bach massacre. The Greco-Turkish war begins on May 18th. Believing that blowing up a few people will change the world in the direction they prefer, anarchists in the United States have been mailing bombs to politicians and officials such as US Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer and US Supreme Court Associate Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., leading to an intensification of the Red Scare: ‘US citizens fearing the arrival of recent immigrants and dissidents, especially those who welcomed communist, socialist or anarchist ideology’. June 28th, the Treaty of Versailles is signed, formally ending the war in which US President Woodrow Wilson said was to make the world safe for democracy. A race riot is set off in Chicago when one white throws stones at four African teenagers on a raft. Oct 2nd, President Woodrow Wilson becomes an invalid after suffering a serious stroke. By Oct 6th, inflation is on the rise in the United States, and so is unemployment; The American Federation of Labor has sponsored a steel workers’ strike as the workers battle against the local authorities and steel companies; Mass meetings have been prohibited and gatherings broken up as the Pennsylvania state police club picketers, drag strikers from their home and arrest thousands on insubstantial charges; Gary, Indiana strikebreakers together with the police attack striking union members, prompting the army to take control of the city where martial law is declared. At age 46, Emma Goldman, as previously stated the birth control activist arrested for lecturing on birth controls and encouraging people to resist the draft, an immigrant US citizen who was born in Lithuania and philosophically categorized as an anarchist and described by J Edgar Hoover as being “one of the two most dangerous individuals in the United States,” was deported on December 21, 1919 along with 248 other individuals on a ship to Russia.


To be Continued…

Coming: Japhetic History – The 20th Century Part 3

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