HIDDEN HISTORY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


HIDDEN HISTORY

Nov 28 10:52

The Art of the Lie

On the other side of the coin, you should always keep in mind that it’s just as important for you to have the courage to speak the truth when all about you are lying their heads off (aka “group lying” or just plain groupthink). This isn’t just a moral choice. It’s also a rationally selfish choice, because what it gives you is a clear mind coupled with dignity, two commodities that professional liars can never hope to acquire.

Nov 27 23:10

More Evidence: Cancer “Commits Suicide By Eating Itself” After Exposure To Cannabis

Christina Sanchez, a molecular biologist from Compultense University in Madrid, first reported in 1998 that TetraHydroCannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive component of cannabis, induces tumor cell suicide while leaving healthy non-tumor cells alone.

Nov 27 23:01

Why Cannabinoids Appear to Cure so many Illnesses

The reason why cannabinoids appear to "cure" so many illnesses is because prior to prohibition they were part of the human food chain. Dairy cows ate feral hemp, which was rich in CBD and passed the CBDs to humans through their milk.

Pigs, chickens and other livestock were also fed hemp and the CBDs were in their meat and eggs.

The endocannabinoids naturally found in human breast milk, which are vital for proper human development, have virtually identical effects as cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Amazingly, the mechanism at work after smoking or eating cannabis, when adults get the “munchies, is essentially the same as what causes breastfeeding babies to seek protein-rich milk.

Nov 27 19:15

ISHI, THE LAST YAHI

ISHI, THE LAST YAHI begins in 1492 when there were more than ten million Native Americans in North America. By 1910, their numbers had been reduced to fewer than 300,000. In California, massacres of Indians in the 1860s and 1870s had nearly exterminated the Native peoples in the state. Therefore the sudden appearance in northern California in 1911 of Ishi, "the last wild Indian in North America," stunned the nation. For more than 40 years, Ishi had lived in hiding with a tiny band of survivors. When he walked into the white man's world, he was the last Yahi Indian alive.

Nov 27 05:14

Trump's growing incoherence is driving away his political allies

Signs are emerging that President Donald Trump's political coalition may be weakening.

The most obvious place for the president to break with the other power centers in his party is on foreign policy. Of all the issues the president faces, foreign policy has been the one realm where Trump has been most willing to buck GOP orthodoxy, and where Republican leaders have been most willing — if only, at times, with meek whimpers — to push back.

But with his morally corrupt and tactically baffling handling of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which from all reports appears to have been a political assassination at the direction of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Trump is earning serious rebukes even from his close allies.

Even Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Mike Lee (R-UT) have spoken out against the president's position on the issue, despite their usual full-throated support for Trump.

>>>

Nov 27 04:07

SOROS FOUNDATION TO CLOSE

Soros foundation to close in Turkey after being bashed by Erdogan

(*Because Erdogan hasn't learned The Art Of Letting Things Ferment and Reap Havoc like Our "Genius" Chief of The World Police has !)

Nov 26 15:48

Tesla’s Wireless Energy Technology Being Revived in Texas

Built and operated by a company called Visiv Technologies, the tower is designed for precisely the same functions as the original Tesla tower.

Nov 26 11:41

“The Greatest Manmade Disaster in History”

The Great Famine remains a taboo in China, where it is referred to euphemistically as the Three Years of Natural Disasters or the Three Years of Difficulties. Yang’s monumental account, first published in Hong Kong, is banned in his homeland.

He had little idea of what he would find when he started work: “I didn’t think it would be so serious and so brutal and so bloody. I didn’t know that there were thousands of cases of cannibalism. I didn’t know about farmers who were beaten to death.

“People died in the family and they didn’t bury the person because they could still collect their food rations; they kept the bodies in bed and covered them up and the corpses were eaten by mice. People ate corpses and fought for the bodies. In Gansu they killed outsiders; people told me strangers passed through and they killed and ate them. And they ate their own children. Terrible. Too terrible.”

Nov 26 08:11

The Tay Bridge Disaster And The World’s Worst Poem

On the night of 28 December 1879, a violent storm lashed across Scotland collapsing an iron bridge that straddled the Firth of Tay and plunged a train into the river killing all on board. It remains one of the worst railway disaster in Britain’s history. This great tragedy is remembered largely due to the work of a terribly bad Scottish poet who has achieved much fame throughout the last century as the “worst poet” in history. William Topaz McGonagall’s poetry was so bad that he was pelted with rotten eggs and fish and the authorities banned his performances in public. His most famous piece, entitled “The Tay Bridge Disaster” has been hailed as the worst example of poetry in English literature.

Nov 26 07:49

SF Giants Co-Owner Charles Johnson Throws Maximum Money At Cindy Hyde-Smith

(*Take A Knee king-pin Colan Kapernick's former team !)

Nov 24 10:06

Migrant Caravan Planning ‘Human Stampede’ Into America; One Group 500 Feet From U.S. Border

Members of a migrant caravan that marched from Central America through Mexico are reportedly talking about crossing the U.S. border in what amounts to a "human stampede" in order to draw reaction from the Trump administration

“They have that intention,” Sergio Tamai, a founder of Angels without Borders, a group that is aiding the migrants, told Telemundo 20 in San Diego, Fox News reported. “I believe that thousands could make that jump.”

Some 6,000 migrants have gathered in Tijuana, Mexico, across from San Diego, Calif., in the last couple of weeks. The Trump administration says as many as 10,000 could arrive in the next weeks or months. Most are sleeping in the streets or camped out in makeshift tents.

“Most of us, yes, we want to be on the other side,” Jorge Molina, a Honduran migrant, told Telemundo. “Some want to jump over the wall, others to go another way, and others want to wait and see what kind of response they get.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My hope is that if these people are physically repelled, that no one gets hurt; the optics for even one person (or, God forbid, a child getting hurt) would be horrific for the White House right now.

Nov 24 01:54

Navy changes sleeping policies on aircraft carriers after fatal collisions

All Navy sailors working aboard aircraft carriers are now being given the chance to get eight hours of uninterrupted sleep per 24-hour period after a change in policy in the wake of two fatal collisions that killed 17 crew members in the Pacific Fleet in summer 2017. Fatigue or ineffective management of sleep were found to be contributing factors in all of the incidents. That's led the Navy to look at sleep's impact on readiness. [Poster's note: it took 17 men dying & 4 separate Naval ship crashes for the government to realize that people need sleep?]

Nov 23 14:55

A Founding Father Speaks

Nov 23 09:29

Was Edith Bolling Wilson Our First Female President?

When Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States, was incapacitated after suffering a stroke in October or 1919, his wife stepped in to protect her husband and his power. In doing so, she effectively became the first female to lead the executive branch of the U.S. government and earned the nickname “the Presidentress.” Although Edith Bolling Wilson’s “term” as president occurred in the midst of the women’s suffrage movement, her role as the de facto leader of the United States was downplayed, even by her, but as we will see, she eloquently balanced and ran the presidency while caring for her convalescing husband.

Nov 23 08:54

Trump Claims He Knows “Nothing” About the Julian Assange He Cited Hundreds of During in His Campaign

Footage of Trump mentioning WikiLeaks and its releases over 140 times in October 2016 alone has since resurfaced, suggesting that Trump’s recent claims of ignorance in regard to Assange and WikiLeaks are insincere at best.

President Donald Trump told a reporter outside the White House on Tuesday that he doesn’t “know anything” about WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange, whose political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London is believed to be under threat largely from pressure by the U.S. government.

Trump’s statements have been widely criticized as hypocritical, given that he heavily promoted WikiLeaks’ release of emails from the Democratic National Committee and former Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta in the months and weeks prior to the October 2016 presidential election.

Trump claimed to know very little about Assange or his increasingly precarious situation when a reporter had asked him “Should Julian Assange go free?”

The question was a likely response to the recent news that the Department of Justice was set to indict Assange with the intent of immediately prompting his extradition, as well as the apparently accidental revelation that the DOJ has a sealed indictment waiting for Assange should he ever be extradited to the United States.

>>>

Nov 23 07:26

World Knows US Supporting Terrorists

Addressing a large and fervent congregation of the people in Tehran on Friday, Ayatollah Khatami said, "The recent statements by US President Donald Trump were very cheap as the world is fully aware who supports and nurtures the terrorists; who sent terrorists to Syria."

Ayatollah Khatami's remarks came in reaction to recent anti-Iran statements of President Trump who accused Iran of supporting terrorists.

The senior cleric noted that the Muslim World will give a crushing response to the US by maintaining its unity.

The remarks by the cleric came after hawkish statements by US President Donald Trump against Iran.

>>>

Nov 23 06:44

Nothing In Any Conspiracy Theory Is As Bad As What’s Being Done Out In The Open

Yesterday President Trump posted a statement on the White House website saying his administration will be standing with the House of Saud despite the CIA’s assertion that Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman personally ordered the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who was living and working in the United States.

The statement reads like a long form version of one of Trump’s tweets, replete with gratuitous exclamation points and slogans like “America First!” and the lie that Iran is “the world’s leading sponsor of terror”, which will never be true no matter how many times this administration deliberately repeats it. The world’s leading sponsor of terrorism is of course Saudi Arabia, along with Israel and the United States.

>>>

(*RELATED:) Too weak to cry: The children of Yemen

Nov 22 14:14

Helen Thomas Complete (original)

Rabbi David Nesenoff of RabbiLIVE.com interviews Helen Thomas at the White House- full complete version.

Covering the White House for more than 50 years, Helen Thomas would signal the end of news conferences with her signature line, “Thank you, Mr. President.

Nov 22 09:19

Loyalty oath of Nazi SS troops, Feldherrnhalle, Munich, 1938

The SS was different from the Wehrmacht (regular army) in several respects. Perhaps the most obvious was its fanatical loyalty to Hitler and to Nazi racial and political values. SS officers and soldiers swore an oath of loyalty to Hitler, promising “absolute allegiance”; the SS motto was Unsere Ehre heist Treue (Our honor is Loyalty). This the blood oath engraved on their dress daggers and on their uniform belt buckles.

Nov 22 09:14

US bombs continue to kill in Laos 50 years after Vietnam War

US dropped two million tonnes of bombs on Laos at height of Vietnam War. Why are cluster munitions still killing?

Vientiane - This year's Thanksgiving celebration marks 50 years since the American military embarked on the biggest bombing campaign in history, decimating the small Southeast Asian country of Laos by dropping more than two million tonnes of bombs on it at the height of the Vietnam War.

Half a century on, innocent lives are still being lost as the country struggles with the leftovers of the conflict.

On Thanksgiving Day in November 1968, the United States escalated its war against North Vietnam in Laos.

Then-US President Lyndon B Johnson had ordered traditional turkey dinners to be helicoptered in to US troops who were secretly deployed in the quiet, landlocked country to sever the North Vietnamese supply lines that ran through the east.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US government and military rarely clean up their global messes; it should be American teams in Laos, doing the cleanup, and making living for these people safe again, without the threat of even one child ever getting torn apart, limb from limb, by these devices.

Nov 22 08:23

How diverse the new United States' leadership really is

The United States is a racially and ethnically diverse nation of 330 million people. But when looking at the country's elected officials, as well as the Supreme Court and President Donald Trump’s cabinet, one thing stands out - most are still white men
***
-14 out of 23 members of cabinet are white men
-5 out of 9 Supreme Court Justices are white men
-39 out of 55 governors are white men
2 fewer than before the elections.
-71 out of 100 senators are white men
1 fewer then before the elections
-
268 out of 435 house members are white men
17 fewer than before the elections.
>>>

Nov 22 07:27

US bombs continue to kill in Laos 50 years after Vietnam War

US dropped two million tonnes of bombs on Laos at height of Vietnam War. Why are cluster munitions still killing?

This year's Thanksgiving celebration marks 50 years since the American military embarked on the biggest bombing campaign in history, decimating the small Southeast Asian country of Laos by dropping more than two million tonnes of bombs on it at the height of the Vietnam War.

Half a century on, innocent lives are still being lost as the country struggles with the leftovers of the conflict.

On Thanksgiving Day in November 1968, the United States escalated its war against North Vietnam in Laos.

Then-US President Lyndon B Johnson had ordered traditional turkey dinners to be helicoptered in to US troops who were secretly deployed in the quiet, landlocked country to sever the North Vietnamese supply lines that ran through the east.

>>>

Nov 22 06:31

Chuck Grassley to Chief Justice John Roberts: You Rebuked Trump — but Sat Silent Through Obama’s Abuse

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts offered rare public criticism of the President of the United States on Wednesday when he pushed back against President Trump’s claim Tuesday that an “Obama judge” had blocked his effort to deny asylum to those entering the country illegally.

But as outgoing Senate Judiciary Committee chair Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) later noted, Roberts was silent when President Barack Obama attacked the Court during the State of the Union address in 2010:

Chief Justice Roberts rebuked Trump for a comment he made about judge’s decision on asylum I don’t recall the Chief attacking Obama when that President rebuked Alito during a State of the Union.

In 2010, President Obama used his first State of the Union address to denounce the Court’s January 2010 ruling in the Citizens United case, which struck down restrictions on corporate political speech under the First Amendment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good on Grassley!!

Nov 22 05:30

The Mountain Meadows Massacre: The Mass Murder Mormons Blamed On Native Americans

There were 120 settlers camped in southern Utah on Sept. 7, 1857, the day the Mountain Meadows Massacre began. Most of them were en route from Arkansas to California and were assured by a friendly Mormon leader that this spot in the Mountain Meadows of Utah would be a safe space for them to camp.

Nov 22 00:56

The early teen bicycle messengers, 1908-1917

In 1908, the National Child Labor Committee hired Lewis Hine, a New York sociologist and photographer, to document the exploitative working conditions of child laborers in dozens of occupations, from mining and manufacturing to farming and newspaper selling. Among the many workers he captured were bicycle messengers in several southern cities.

Nov 22 00:30

A lone African-American man attends a Klan rally in Jackson, USA, 1950

A lone African-American boy, left foreground, stands in a sparse crowd that turned out to hear Dr. Lycurgus Spinks, imperial emperor of one of the several Ku Klux Klan groups active in the South, speak to 56 members of his Invisible Empire, Jackson, Miss. Spinks told his group, “There aren’t any Negros within miles of here tonight.” This was the first public Klan rally at Jackson in 15 years. Police forbade them to burn the cross in the background.

Nov 21 12:56

The Death Of John Kennedy

There have been two official investigations. One concluded Oswald acted alone, the other that there was a conspiracy. After half a century, many of the key documents which could tell the whole story remain classified. John F. Kennedy's brain is still missing from the National Archives. Why, if it is an open and shut case? Why the secrecy, if Oswald was just a "crazed lone gunman"?

Optional Banner: 
WRH Exclusive
Nov 21 12:13

THE PARTY BEFORE THE ASSASSINATION

The meeting in Dallas the night before the assassination included:

H.L. Hunt
J. Edgar Hoover
Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson

…At the home of Clint Murchison, the Texas oil tycoon.

Murchison owned J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson, and State of Texas law enforcement and stood to lose a fortune if Kennedy changed the oil depletion allowance and faced the very real possibility of jail time should then-Vice President Johnson be indicted, which gave the appearance of being a certainty.

Nixon and others involved claimed not to remember where he was that night.

The fingerprint found in the Book Depository sniper’s nest and suppressed by the FBI belonged to LBJ’s henchman who was convicted in at least one murder and was suspected of committing several others on Johnson’s behalf.

Nov 21 11:51

Unpleasant truth: 1941 parachuting of Rudolf Hess in England

We have to keep in mind that our knowledge of the Second World War was mostly redacted by American and Western historians that carried over time a deeply fake idea of reality. In an ironic way, this makes of history a very interesting and lively subject today, since this overall incomprehension of WW2 allows a researcher to solve in July 2018 an event like the parachuting of Rudolf Hess in England on May 10th 1941, which has remained an event shrouded in mystery for 77 years.

Its complexity and huge historical ramifications make it the most interesting enigma that we have left from the worst war that the world has ever known. If the event didn’t hide vital information, the British government would’ve revealed a long time ago its classified documents on the matter. For Hess’ landing in England isn’t a simple war spy flick, it’s actually at the heart of the shaping of our world. And Rudolf knew it.

Nov 21 10:36

Vegas Man Rushed To ER After Flu Shot, ‘I Can’t Feel My Legs’

A Las Vegas man was sent to the ICU following receiving a flu shot. Monique Morgan says her husband, Shane, was given a flu shot on November 2nd. He began showing symptoms of the flu shortly after the shot.
“36 hours afterward, he developed flu-like symptoms,” said Morgan. Flu symptoms soon turned to paralysis.

“He’s like I can’t feel my legs… I need you to take me to the emergency room,” said Morgan. Doctors treating Shane believe it could be a “rare disease” called Guillain-Barré syndrome that is often linked to the flu shot.

Nov 21 05:09

Shithole Countries: Made in the USA

***
>>> it is the U.S. that is responsible for the poverty and suffering in these very nations.

>>>

Nov 20 10:19

Report: Israel sold $250m. of sophisticated spy systems to Saudi Arabia

The Saudi monarchy and Israel held secret meetings which led to an estimated $250 million deal, including the transfer of the most sophisticated spy systems Israel has ever sold to any Arab country, and the exchange of strategic military information

Nov 20 05:52

Pakistan Summons US Envoy to Protest Trump's Tweets on Osama Bin Laden

***
"The Foreign Secretary called in the US CdA Ambassador Paul Jones to register a strong protest on the unwarranted and unsubstantiated allegations made against Pakistan. Rejecting the insinuations about OBL [Osama bin Laden], Foreign Secretary reminded the US CdA that it was Pakistan’s intelligence cooperation that provided the initial evidence to trace the whereabouts of OBL," Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said in a statement, adding that "baseless rhetoric about Pakistan was totally unacceptable":

>>>

(*Let's Face It! Trump has it all (*ABCNNBCBS&FOXNEWS) wrong on 9/11 . )

Nov 20 04:17

Another Reminder That US Is Against Press Freedom

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Indictment: Another Reminder That US Is Against Press Freedom
***
However, the Trump administration officials are having none of it. They announce sanctions against governmental bodies or private companies for allegedly "having engaged in censorship or other activities that prohibit, limit, or penalize freedom of expression”. But when it comes to their own record, they behave differently.

They are now launching notoriously aggressive attacks on press freedoms and are in no mood to recognize this critical principle when it comes to WikiLeaks. They seek to criminally charge Assange and WikiLeaks for publishing classified information, although it goes against the press freedom guarantee of the First Amendment and poses a severe threat to press freedom.

The latest World Press Freedom Index says that for the second straight year, the United States has dropped two spots, and now ranks 45th on the latest World Press Freedom Index.>>>

Nov 19 13:13

FLASHBACK 2007 - Endangered Species Act Cleared Way for Calif. Fires

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA) has had unintended consequences that have proved a nightmare for many Americans who have had their properties seized, faced exorbitant fines, and in some cases given jail time, all in the name of protecting rodents and reptiles, principally.

We need only look to the wildfires raging in California at the present time as an example.

No doubt some of the homes still going up in flames are lost as a result of protection for an endangered species.

ESA regulations prevented homeowners from clearing highly flammable brush from around their homes in San Bernadino and San Diego counties. The very brush that brought the flames that destroyed their homes was the protected habitat of an endangered species, the kangaroo rat.

A well-intended action at the time, ostensibly to preserve and protect America's symbol of liberty, the bald eagle, it passed both Houses of Congress with overwhelming votes.

Nov 19 12:59

Why Society Hates Men - MGTOW

The problem with western society playing the identity politics game is that it's quite hard to get men to play that game. Men aren't generally willing to play those games unless they are weak cucks looking to get laid by feminists and passing down their weak genes because they can't do it by competing with masculine men. The soviets tried to be sneaky when it comes to tricking men into identity politics by saying that workers were being oppressed by the bourgeoisie. The workers of course were mostly men. So lumping men together as oppressed workers got men to work towards building the soviet union. The west of course provided its workers a better standard of life and communism crumbled. As men we are for the most part individualistic and competitive. Capitalism works best for hard working, inventive and risk-taking male behavior. It doesn't work as well for other groups. So they get together and try to undermine capitialism using social justice and cultural marxism.

Nov 19 11:43

ADL Anti-Defamation League Origins

Nov 19 10:28

New Israeli technology can turn human waste into biofuel

(*we had this "technology" back in the seventies , but back in The Nixon era of American Oil Corporation Greatness , those "researchers" were filed under The Great Unwashed category , harbingering this give away of American Intellectual Property to Israel )

Nov 19 09:35

Vintage Photos Of America (20 pics)

Nov 19 06:13

Misremembering Vietnam

Here's a paradox of the last few decades: as American military power has been less and less effective in achieving Washington's goals, the rhetoric surrounding that power has grown more and more boastful. The cliché that our armed forces are the best and mightiest in the world - even if the U.S. military hasn't won any of its significant wars in the last 50 years - resonates in President Trump's promise to make America great again ... The commemoration not only tells us something about the Pentagon's custodians of our Vietnam War memories, it also reveals something much broader and deeper in American political and popular culture: a powerful need to think of ourselves as a righteous, just, and successful country that fights only righteous, just, and successful wars.

Nov 19 05:44

After 17 years, many Afghans blame US for unending war

When U.S. forces and their Afghan allies rode into Kabul in November 2001 they were greeted as liberators. But after 17 years of war, the Taliban have retaken half the country, security is worse than it's ever been, and many Afghans place the blame squarely on the Americans. The United States has lost more than 2,400 soldiers in its longest war, and has spent more than $900 billion on everything from military operations to the construction of roads, bridges and power plants. Three U.S. presidents have pledged to bring peace to Afghanistan, either by adding or withdrawing troops, by engaging the Taliban or shunning them ... None of it has worked ... The U.S. has spent $132 billion on Afghanistan's reconstruction - more than was spent on Western Europe after World War II.

Nov 18 10:07

“The Next Best Thing To Hell”: The Story Of The Worst Mass Execution In American History

It was Dec. 6, 1862. On President Abraham Lincoln’s desk lay a list of 303 Dakota people who were accused of everything from rape to murder.

Nov 17 09:00

Greenwald: As the Obama DOJ Concluded, Prosecution of Julian Assange for Publishing Documents Poses Grave Threats to Press Freedom

***
Meanwhile, actual and real threats to press freedoms that began with the Obama DOJ and have escalated with the Trump DOJ – such as aggressive attempts to unearth and prosecute sources – have gone largely ignored if not applauded.

But prosecuting Assange and/or WikiLeaks for publishing classified documents would be in an entirely different universe of press freedom threats. Reporting on the secret acts of government officials or powerful financial actors – including by publishing documents taken without authorization – is at the core of investigative journalism. From the Pentagon Papers to the Panama Papers to the Snowden disclosures to publication of Trump’s tax returns to the Iraq and Afghanistan war logs, some of the most important journalism over the last several decades has occurred because it is legal and constitutional to publish secret documents even if the sources of those documents obtained them through illicit or even illegal means.

The Obama DOJ – despite launching notoriously aggressive attacks on press freedoms – recognized this critical principle when it came to WikiLeaks>>>

Nov 17 08:04

"I Can Not Recall": The Reclamation of George W. Bush Is an American Tragedy

By Maj. Danny Sjursen
The whole charade plays best as farce. Absurdity incarnate. The sight of former President George W. Bush receiving a medal from Democrat Joe Biden – once an ardent opponent of Bush’s war policy – in Philadelphia for “his work with veterans,” on Veterans Day no less, induced nothing short of a gag from this veteran of two Bush wars – Iraq and Afghanistan.

George W. Bush, after all, led the U.S. military – to which I’ve dedicated my adult life – into two ill-advised perpetual wars, one of which was objectively illegal and immoral. In that war, in Iraq, some 7,000 American troops – including three of mine – were killed fighting in an unwinnable quagmire. Furthermore, though it slipped the attention of an American citizenry best known for its provincial inwardness, at least 250,000 Iraqis – mostly civilians – were killed. In a just world this would be labeled what it is – a war crime – but in this era of American hegemony, the populace simply sighs with apathy.

>>>

Nov 17 07:33

Unusual Statues Of Jesus Christ (10 Pics)

There is a statue of a black Jesus at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. The statue used to be white but was repainted black during the Detroit race riots of 1967.It was no surprise that the statue was repainted black. Blacks were rioting for increased representation and an end to discrimination at the time. And the seminary was located in a black neighborhood.

Nov 17 06:20

A Signed Photo Of Hitler Embracing A Little Jewish Girl Just Sold For Over $11,000

Despite the unsavory history of the Nazi regime, artifacts and paraphernalia from this dark era in history always seem to attract interest. This latest Nazi-era item that just sold at an auction house in Maryland is particularly fascinating: it’s a picture of Hitler hugging a Jewish girl.

The photograph displays Hitler and a young, blonde girl named Rosa Bernile Nienau. Bernile was about six-years-old at the time the picture was taken and she became known as “the Führer’s child.” The child and the dictator shared the same birthday.

Nov 16 10:17

Mainstream Holocaust Narrative 'Substantially, if not Entirely, False' - Editor of Top US Conservative Site

The author spends a few weeks perusing the literature, which he summarizes in this 18,000 word article, and concludes that the Holocaust story relentlessly hammered into the public consciousness by Jewish-owned Hollywood and media is a load of baloney. He suspects that when the lie comes crashing down, a political earthquake will ensue.

"I wouldn’t be surprised if our current Holocaust narrative eventually suffers that same fate (total collapse), perhaps with unfortunate consequences for those too closely associated with having maintained it."

Nov 16 07:40

Do Loan Sharks Run America?

Everyone knows America is bankrupt, $21 trillion in debt, adding a trillion a year to that figure under Trump’s voodoo economics. Yet, America is on not just a massive military buildup, but expanding its global military presence at levels not seen since the end of World War II.

Is America controlled by an international cabal of “loan sharks?”

Everyone knows America’s military is beaten, worn down, “in over its head” in Afghanistan, defeated time and time again every time America has entered a battlefield, every conflict since Korea and Vietnam.
***
America under Trump is escalating military confrontations with Russia and China. Global arms races are ramping up as former conventions limiting weapons are tossed aside and even the militarization of outer space is “on the table.”

>>>

Nov 16 06:22

Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller lessons to be restored in Texas ...

Texas education board votes to restore lessons on Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller

AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Board of Education preliminarily voted Tuesday night to restore Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller to the state’s history curriculum and to slightly soften language about the Arab-Israeli conflict – surprising moments of bipartisanship for members who have long waged ideological battles about how students in the nation’s second largest state learn history.

>>>

(*allowed to Haunt The Bars is NOT the same as being Behind Bars !)

Nov 15 15:04

SWEDEN: GREEN PARTY SUGGESTS CONFISCATING CITIZENS’ HOMES TO GIVE THEM TO MIGRANTS

The Green Party in Sweden has suggested confiscating the homes of citizens and giving them to migrants if the property is deemed to be too large or if the owner has more than one residence.

Blogger Katerina Janouch reveals how the party wanted to introduce a new law which would allow “Municipalities to seize housing to give them refugees.”

Under the proposal, authorities would be able to “evacuate people who have too large housing,” for example “couples where the children moved home or cohabited where the partner has a residence elsewhere.”

Under any such legislation, homeowners wouldn’t even be compensated, whereas before the government would have had to pay them at least 125% market value

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Taking a page out of the South Africa's, and Zimbabwe's play-book, are you, Sweden?!?

Should this insane notion get passed, expect massive, public protests to occur with a strength and ferocity that will astonish the current government.

Oh, and it will also be the last time that any Swedish politicians who supported this, will be ever be elected... again.

You're welcome, Sweden!

Nov 15 09:18

Did a Military Experimental Vaccine in 1918 Kill 50-100 Million People Blamed as “Spanish Flu”?

The “Spanish Flu” killed an estimated 50-100 million people during a pandemic 1918-19. What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true?

What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin?

Newly analyzed documents reveal that the “Spanish Flu” may have been a military vaccine experiment gone awry.

In looking back on the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we need to delve deeper to solve this mystery.

Nov 14 15:51

Gorbachev SpeechDissolving the Soviet Union (USSR):Christmas 1991

Fate had it that when I found myself at the head of the state it was already clear that all was not well in the country. There is plenty of everything: land, oil and gas, other natural riches, and God gave us lots of intelligence and talent, yet we lived much worse than developed countries and keep falling behind them more and more.

The reason could already be seen: The society was suffocating in the vise of the command-bureaucratic system, doomed to serve ideology and bear the terrible burden of the arms race. It had reached the limit of its possibilities. All attempts at partial reform, and there had been many, had suffered defeat, one after another. The country was losing perspective. We could not go on living like that. Everything had to be changed radically.

Nov 14 09:49

A “Civil War” Lesson for the Uneducated

When the Southern states seceded, they were concerned to do so legally or constitutionally under the Constitution so that the North could not legally claim that it was an act of rebellion and invade the Southern states. To make this case, the South needed to make a case that the North had broken the Consltitutional contract and that the South was seceding because the North had not kept to the Constitution.

This presented a legal challenge for the South, because the reason for which the Southern states were seceding was the tariff, but the Constitution gave the federal government the right to levy a tariff. Therefore, the Southern states could not cite the tariff as a breach of the Constitutional fabric.

Nov 13 14:40

Israel VS Russiagate, and why we've already beaten the Israeli Lobby

"Israel Lobby & American Policy" conference on March 2nd, 2018 at the National Press Club.

Ali Abunimah is a journalist and the co-founder and executive director of the widely acclaimed publication The Electronic Intifada, a nonprofit, independent online publication focusing on Palestine.

Nov 13 06:00

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Hunter S. Thompson

A literature professor explains what everyone gets wrong about Hunter S. Thompson
Timothy Denevi, author of “Freak Kingdom,” details how Hunter S. Thompson "is really good at trying to see what’s necessary and not, in terms of justice."

It's easy to appreciate Hunter S. Thompson first and foremost for his style, for that famous Gonzo prose knocked off so often (and often so poorly) it's almost startling to revisit his work and realize how clear-eyed and articulate both his fear and loathing always were on the page. In Timothy Denevi's new biography, "Freak Kingdom: Hunter S. Thompson's Ten-Year Crusade Against American Fascism," fear and loathing receive a re-appraisal as the rhetorical framework that Thompson employed deliberately and with very specific ends in mind while creating some of the most influential journalism of the 1960s and '70s.

>>>

Nov 12 13:59

What’s Worse Than Antiwar Propaganda on Veterans Day? (Pro-war propaganda)

As a reminder of how deranged our cultural elite and political establishment are, how many major political figures of the past hundred years have been dismissed from polite society for urging too much war? -- There are lots of things that get you demonized and ostracized in America, but that ain’t one of them.

Nov 11 17:15

Socialists and Fascists Have Always Been Kissing Cousins

The young communists are more than convinced of their intellectual as well as their moral superiority. With dread certainty, they bully anyone who believes differently than they do. In other words, the Left is back and in full force, up to the same deceptions and tricks as it was in the 1920s and after.

Nov 11 14:13

Robert Steele: While Moscow Talks About Treaties, the Deep State is Starting World War III – Now – This Month!

Please, President Putin, whisper in our President’s ear on Sunday, “We should talk –you may have lost control of Scaparrotti and he could be planning to start a war without your permission.”

Nov 11 09:17

Newly Revealed Docs Shed Light on UK's Intervention in Russia During WWI

British military intervention in Russia in 1918-1919 was unlawful and indefensible, British government papers held by the National Archives reveal. It has turned Russian public attitudes towards Britain from friendly to hostile.

In March 1918 the Bolshevik government signed a peace treaty with Germany, as they had promised to the nation exhausted by four years of the devastating and senseless WWI. The Russian Revolution was triggered by the overwhelming public desire for peace. The war-weary Russian army simply could not carry on fighting. Britain and France immediately accused Russia of betraying the Allied cause and sent in their troops. In a show of "solidarity" reminiscent of today, a dozen Anglo-French allies took part in the armed intervention in Russia. The official excuse was to keep the Eastern front against Germany and protect the Russian war materiel from falling into German hands.

Nov 11 07:05

11/11/18: 100 years after WW1, 99% don’t see ongoing empire: ‘Make the world safe for democracy’ = winners steal losers’ colonies + ‘War to end all wars’ = Never-ending false flag global wars to dominate human + natural resources. 32-minute video

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

You do not know the history of the first world war.

If you have the intellectual integrity and moral courage to invest an hour, this article is my summary and documentation as a professional historian that reveals corporate media textbook lies of omission and commission.

First: James Corbett’s accurate and revealing 32 minutes connecting the first global war to today:

From my 2016 series: US illegal: History of rogue empire REQUIRING arrests in the present. American families lied into WW1 under zero national security risk to expand Empires (6 of 11)

“The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.”
~ President Harry Truman, Plain Speaking: An Oral Biography of Harry S. Truman (1974) by Merle Miller, pg. 26.

3-minute video: Police, Military – Was your Oath sincere?

2-minute video: US imperialism 1800 – 1900:

Nov 09 15:04

Ed Snowden Live In Israel - 6.11.18

Snowden scorns and gorges Israeli occupation & Israeli spy and espionage agencies in a live interview with Mossad; Quote "Fugitive NSA leaker lambastes Israel’s NSO Group as ‘the worst of the worst,’ is rebuked by former Mossad official who now works in the surveillance industry" According to source: Times of Israel

Nov 09 12:57

US Issues New Russia Sanctions Over Profiting on Crimean Resort

he US Treasury Department has announced a new round of sanctions being imposed against targets inside Russia, mostly related to investments in a successful and profitable hotel and resort on the Crimean Peninsula.

US officials are saying they will sanction all who profit from the annexation of Crimea. Crimea was struggling as a semi-autonomous part of Ukraine, and even though infrastructure work is still underway to connect Crimea to Russia, the Black Sea coast is an attractive tourist destination for Russians, and Crimea has a lot of coastline.

Those listed in this latest flurry of sanctions were tied to the Mriya Resort and Spa in the southern Crimean city of Yalta. The high-end hotel location is being funded by Sberbank, one of Russia’s major banks.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Trump, a word, please; The world knows that Russia did not annex Crimea.

Perhaps you are having a difficult spell of SMD, (selective memory disorder), so let me re-orient you to 2014 in my exclusive way-back machine.

This was the year when the duly elected president of Ukraine, Yanukovych, was deposed in a US/World Bank coup, thrown under the proverbial bus, and Poroshenko was installed as President.

You might remember (or most probably don't that even President Barak Obama, made a very public announcement in an interview that the US was definitely a part of that coup.

Obama admits US complicity in Kiev coup

President Obama admits to US complicity in Kiev Coup

You probably do not know, Mr. President, that Crimea had been part of Russia until Russian President Nikita S. Khrushchev, annexed it to Ukraine in the late 50s, as he himself was Ukrainian.

Well, the Crimeans understood very clearly that there was no true, representative in Kiev to whom they could turn. So they did something amazing.

They voted, in a free and fair referendum, to ask the Crimean people if they wanted to stay with Ukraine, or petition the Russian Federation to join it, and overwhelmingly, the Crimean people voted to ask to join the Russian Federation, and their petition was granted.

You may recall, sir, that the US is a signatory to the UN Charter, which guarantees people the right to peaceful-self-determination; this is precisely what the Crimean people did, yet the US government refuses to accept what the Crimean people have done here.

Attempting to punish Russia for something it absolutely did not do, and lying about what really went down, makes the optics on this new sanctioning look really ugly, and punishing countries for what they have not done, is a very ugly way of having to deal with blowback.

Nov 09 10:05

Shattering the myth of Rabin as the ‘man of peace’

Every year, to coincide with the Israeli Labour Party’s commemoration of the anniversary of the assassination of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (November 4, 1995), we hear voices claiming that this assassination killed the “peace” he was aspiring to achieve.

Within these voices one can find one or a couple of Arab voices also convinced that Rabin’s past strongly indicates that he was in the process of challenging all the traditional red lines of this peace, which were almost unanimous among Israeli public opinion. However, they are too many to list in this article.

Nov 09 09:54

One Hundred Years Of Lies, Treason And War Crimes Is Enough!

World War I ended 100 years ago on 11-11-1918 but the war against humanity, against freedom and the truth continues. Understanding the lies we were told as children might free us as adults.

Edith Cavell was a British nurse in World War I who wrote in the April 15, 1915 issue of the Nursing Mirror of her plan to bring the Great War to a speedy conclusion. She was executed under orders from William Wiseman, the head of MI6 for North America.

Nov 08 14:20

Does anyone remember 2016 when Broward Co. election officials were caught filling out ballots in a locked room

plus BROWARD COUNTY CORRUPTION: Broward's elections chief broke law in destroying the ballots of Wasserman Schultz's opponent, Tim Canova.

Nov 08 08:47

For those who were never laid to rest: 72,396 tiny shrouded figures go on display at Olympic Park to honour every British soldier who died at the Battle of the Somme but has no known grave (23 Pics)

Thousands of shrouded figures representing soldiers killed in the Battle of the Somme have been laid out for an art installation in London.
Artist Rob Heard hand stitched and bound the calico covering 72,396 figures now lying on an area about the size of a football pitch at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Each 12in figure represents a named Commonwealth soldier who died on the Somme battlefields between 1916 and 1918 but has no known grave.

Nov 07 16:14

The Dark History of Bayer Corp (video)

Nov 06 13:02

The U.S. Ignores Its Vietnamese Victims to This Day

Nguyen Van Tu grasps my hands in thanks as we end the interview. His story is part of a hidden, if not forbidden, history that few in the U.S. know. It’s a story that was written in blood in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos during the 1960s and 1970s and now is being rewritten in Afghanistan and Iraq. It’s a story to which new episodes are added each day that U.S. forces roll armored vehicles down other people’s streets, kick down other people’s doors, carry out attacks in other people’s neighborhoods and occupy other people’s countries.

It took nearly 40 years for word of Nguyen Van Tu’s hardships at the hands of the United States to filter back to America. Perhaps a few more Americans will feel remorse as a result. But who will come forward to take responsibility for all this suffering? And who will give Pham Van Chap a new leg?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Being one of the world's most war-centric despots on the planet means, never having to say you're sorry; until the loss or losses are so horrific, that the wars ultimately grind to a stop, because the people of the US will not allow it, as they did during the peaceful, massive demonstrations against the war in Vietnam.

So far, that hasn't happened for the US; but coming wars I see, potentially against Russia; China; and Iran, may well be the turning point for the US, creating either total devastation, or a complete economic collapse for this country. Either way, it may not not end well.

Nov 05 09:32

REMBER HILLARY'S THESIS SAUL ALINSKY

Nov 04 07:56

Soros Partners With Mastercard To Hand Out Money To Migrants

Billionaire investor George Soros has repeatedly denied rumors that he is helping to finance the migrant caravans making their way up from Honduras and Guatemala through Mexico with the ultimate aim of reaching the US.

But that's about to change, as the "Open Society" founder - who famously financed much of the opposition to Trump SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh - is now partnering with Mastercard to hand out money (in the form of 'investment capital') to migrants, refugees and "others struggling within their communities worldwide," according to Reuters. Through their partnership, Soros is effectively providing open financial support for migrants and refugees seeking to enter the US and Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That last sentence should read, "Through their partnership, Soros is effectively providing open financial support for illegal migrants and refugees seeking to enter the US and Europe.

Nov 04 07:44

New Federal Documents Confirm More State Dept Ties To George Soros

More documents are out exposing the fact that the Clinton State Department under Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah were using your tax dollars to fund the work of George Soros, and we have Judicial Watch to thank for it.

As the FBI and other departments in the executive branch have to continually be sued to obtain what they are lawfully supposed to provide, President Donald Trump has taken notice of them dragging their feet in response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, particularly from Judicial Watch.

Trump tweeted, “Why isn’t the FBI giving Andrew McCabe text messages to Judicial Watch or appropriate governmental authorities. FBI said they won’t give up even one (I may have to get involved, DO NOT DESTROY). What are they hiding? McCabe wife took big campaign dollars from Hillary people…..”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Color me completely unsurprised at these revelations.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA