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Book Title: The Intellectual Rebel
Page: 01

Introduction

Chapter One

 

Secret Revelations

 

 

All the ideas that are expressed in this essay were given by me to the inspector general of Fort Monmouth, New Jersey in about January or February of 1972. The inspector general told me that my ideas were original and that he would communicate them to the U.S. Government for me. The inspector general’s name is Colonel John H. Van Eaton (retired), and he lives in Ohio. His Department of Veteran Affairs CCS# is 300-18-9869. This is all the information that I have on him.

        I started work on my greatest achievement at the age of five years old. It started when I heard about jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, and the Pied Piper of Hamelin from my kindergarten teacher. I knew immediately what these stories meant. I tried to explain what these stories meant to my teacher, but she told me that they did not mean anything of importance. I was convinced, however, that they meant something of importance.

        To me “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall” means that the King has power, because the wall represents power. “Humpy Dumpty had a great fall” means that the King broke the constitution of his country, because an egg represents the constitution in the nursery rhyme. “All the King’s horses and all the King’s men/Couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty together again” means that the King could not cover up his crime because that is against the law. Humpty Dumpty represents both the constitution and the leader of a country.

        In the nursery rhyme, Humpty Dumpty is supposed to be an

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