Aleksandr Tiniakov, USSR Poet, journalist, Cheka official.
Tiniakov, Aleksandr was born in 1886.
Lived in Kazan’ before World War I. Minor poet. Joined the Cheka, first in Kazan’, 1917, and later in Petrograd. In this role, received the attention of literary figures, who had previously refused to take notice of him.
All religions persuade people to rely on outside authority, thus preventing them to become self-reliant.
The role of the individual as a member of a collective is more important than the individual.