I studied at... at first I enrolled at labor center. The class was held in a huge forest. That school was built to teach the high ranking members of the committee. I went to school, one week at a time, to study politics. Only politics for one week.
We were closely watched by security guards. We learned about making conversation, asking and answering questions, and took notes of the questions. We took notes of the questions that we wanted to ask, wanted to pose and answer, to solve the riddles. This is how politics was taught: to pose riddles to each other back and forth. But we were not angry at one another, even though I made accusations against them.
They wanted us to accuse each other about such and such, like treason. They wanted to know our feeling, do we got mad if they accused us, or this comrade was seen in an act of treachery the other day, such and such. We would not have gotten mad, we replied that on that day. We did this and that. To think about it, that political school was solely about accusing each other, and that also includes the high ranking officers.
If the accusation involved the highest ranking officers, they would remove the weapons in case someone got mad and to prevent anyone from using weapons. Because at that political school there was once a quarrel - a quarrel but not angry at each other, they just acted normal as if nothing had happened. In this communist regime, they argued really seriously, one must strongly defend his position.
If we want to find out who has the best arguing skills and who is good at solving problems, the only way to find out was to talk with each other. They removed the weapons, and if someone refused to accept the accusation, they said were told they had to accept no matter what. Whatever the accusation, we had to accept it.