The writer of this book is an American citizen, was in the military overseas, and was imprisoned in a foreign system. A new language had to be learned all the way around; the writer had to learn more than one language of the host. There were conversations with various liberation groups from all over Europe, including England, the isles, and even Spain, just to name a few. The Baader-Meinhof Gang, the Red Army Faction, the Second June Movement-Iran had chased these liberators to Germany, and the community was full of political prisoners, and the police state was very active. Even people from the African continent escaped NATO-supplied reactionaries who were equipped with Western weaponry, especially from Angola and South Africa, to name a few. So much of the conversations revolved around capitalism, communism, socialism, different dictatorships, and apartheid and religious zealots who hated everyone but themselves, but really, if you hate anyone, you hate yourself. So finding the square root of negative one is like finding the solution to all these problems that many people have. In an ordinary way, there is no solution, and all answers given seemed to be false. Yet because of I, there is truth to be told. So this math problem translates into social relations in all countries and in many prisons.