“Imperialism, capitalism, fascism, neocolonialism, racism, man’s brutal exploitation of man in all its forms and manifestations, is approaching its end in humanity’s history, and their maddened lackeys know it; that is why their reactions are ever more desperate, more hysterical, more cynical, more impotent. Only that can explain such repugnant and absurd crimes as the one in Barbados.”.
[…] “History points out and indicates that if all of us taking part in this struggle fulfill our duty, one day we shall come back to our homeland not only with the satisfaction of having cooperated to ensure Angola’s revolution and independence, but also to the independence of Namibia, the defeat of fascism, the disappearance of Apartheid. We would have contributed to the independence and safety and dignity of all the peoples of Africa”.
Einstein, who wished for the anti-fascist United States of Franklin D. Roosevelt to have the atomic bomb before it was developed by Nazi Germany, never would have been able to imagine that several decades later the danger would consist of an ultra right-wing fascist who would take over the government of the United States.