Jul 20 09:16

U..S. Border Patrol Saves Life Of Guatemalan Unaccompanied Minor Suffering From Severe Heat Exhaustion And Dehydration (Video)

A 17-year-old Guatemalan male was rescued by a joint Arizona National Guard and U.S. Border Patrol flight crew Monday when he was found alone and in distress in the desert in Arizona. The UH-60 Blackhawk flight crew responded and airlifted him for treatment. The youth entered the U.S. illegally before succumbing to the effects of Arizona's harsh desert environment. A Border Patrol medical technician administered intravenous fluids to the unaccompanied minor who suffered from severe heat exhaustion and dehydration.

Jul 20 08:57

Netanyahu Brags About Collusion with Trump - Media Silent

In a leaked tape, Benjamin Netanyahu boasts about making Trump pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. This will not make the evening news.

Jul 20 07:06


(*The forefathers never intended for The U.S. to do what it's done to the world is the part Trump Supporters tend to forget .)

Jul 20 01:06

The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor In The United States Hasn’t Been This Large Since The 1920s

The rich have been getting richer and the poor have been getting poorer for so long in America that it seems like it has always been this way. But it hasn’t. In fact, between the late 1920s and the early 1970s the gap between the wealthy and the poor actually steadily got smaller. And when I was growing up in the 1980s, it seemed like everyone was middle class, but now those days are long gone. A very small sliver of society at the very top of the food chain truly is “living the high life”, while most of the rest of us are deeply struggling.

Jul 20 01:02

Government is always the enemy of your liberty

What is socialism? Nothing more than mixing apples and oranges to cook up Paradise — a recipe for disaster.

Jul 19 12:43

Did you Know: Russia sold Alaska to the U.S. for just $7 million

Imagine how different the world might be if Russia (or the Soviet Union) had kept possession of their colony of Alaska. For most Americans, and most of the English speaking world, it seems as if Alaska has always been part of the United States, but the vast territory wasn’t even a state until 1960.

Roughly half the size of the continental United States, Alaska is one of the most resource-rich territories on Earth. For the United States, it has long been one of the most strategic as well.

Jul 19 10:52

Dreams from My Real Father: A Story of Reds and Deception

Posted in light of Bathhouse Barry's return to our lives

In Dreams from My Real Father, Barack Obama is portrayed by a voiceover actor who chronicles Barack Obama's life journey in socialism, from birth through his election to the Presidency. The film begins by presenting the case that Barack Obama's real father was Frank Marshall Davis,

Jul 19 10:46

Back and To The Left

Video: JFK: Back and To The Left

Jul 19 10:36

ASU Center for Judaic, Holocaust, Peace Studies Summer Symposium is July 21-26

For example, those in attendance will have a chance to listen to Kellie Brown from Milligan College speak about the Women’s Orchestra of Auschwitz on July 24. Kaplan said this orchestra was comprised of female prisoners who were forced to play music by the Germans in the concentration camps.

“If the guards liked music, musicians ... faired better than others until they were deemed not useful anymore and then carted off to the crematorium,” Grad said.

Jul 18 15:49

Strzok Farce Shows Obstacles to Opening TWA 800 Case

As the Strzok hearing made clear, the Democrats in Congress have no interest in the truth. Should the TWA 800 case ever make it to a congressional committee, the Democrats will feverishly obstruct any progress.

Jul 18 11:56

CIA Analyst Ray McGovern interviewed by Joe Piscopo on Putin & Trump

U.S. Army officer and veteran CIA analyst Ray McGovern, who gave daily intelligence briefings to presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and V.P. George H. W. Bush, talks to conedian Joe Piscopo about alleged Russian meddling, Trump, and Putin. This 10-minute conversation, recorded live, is worth a watch.

Jul 18 11:37

Abandoned in space in 1967, a U.S. satellite started transmitting again in 2013

After learning that a satellite that’s been silent for decades has suddenly started sending out new signals you may, of course, suspect that the device has been hijacked by aliens now trying to communicate with Earth. Perhaps they’re warning us that they are planning an invasion!

It’s possible such thoughts ran through the mind of Phil Williams, an English amateur radio astronomer based in Cornwall, who was the first person to pick up the strange signals coming in as “ghostly sounds” in 2013. It turned out that the transmitted messages were coming from an abandoned LES1 satellite, but experts needed three more years to authenticate that this was indeed the American satellite that was “lost” in 1967.

Jul 18 11:21

Frozen in time: The victims of the catastrophic Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD

The ancient Romanan Empire is considered by many to be the most successful empire to have existed in recorded human history. It survived for more than a millennium and up to this day, it remains the sole empire to control the entire Mediterranean basin. At the height of its power, the empire spanned over three continents, covering an area of over 2 million square miles.

It comfortably defeated some of the greatest armies of the ancient world. However, there was nothing that its military brilliance or technological advances could do when in 79 AD mother nature came in and knocked rudely on the doors of the Roman city of Pompeii, near modern-day Naples.

It was August 24, 79 AD when Mount Vesuvius erupted cataclysmically and wiped out the entire city of Pompeii, causing a disaster of biblical proportions. The force of the eruption and the consequences were comparable to that of the atomic bombs dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II.

Jul 18 11:20

The tomb of Mayan “God-King” discovered in Guatemala, his status determined by carved jade mask

On the 65th day of a painstaking excavation of tunnels running underneath a palace acropolis in northern Guatemala, archaeologists discovered the tomb of a Mayan ruler who is believed to have died in the 4th century AD. This is the latest find made at Waka (also known as El Peru), a dense concentration of almost 1,000 pyramids, palaces, and plazas that are yielding many details about the complex civilization of the Mayans.

The Wak Kingdom is sometimes called the Centipede Kingdom; it was part of a vast Mayan empire stretching across Central America until it declined around the year 900 AD and the large cities were abandoned.

Jul 18 10:52

Pro-gun rocker Ted Nugent turns away firearms from his Roanoke show

(This guy is an amazing hypocrite!) ROANOKE, Va. - Famous rocker Ted Nugent performed in Roanoke on Tuesday night despite protests in the weeks leading up to the show. Nugent is a gun rights supporter and encourages open carry, but his fans were told at the last minute that they were not allowed to bring their guns inside the Berglund Performing Arts Theater. It was Ted Nugent's management that made the decision to not allow guns into the show. The Berglund Center said because it is city owned, it can't keep guns out unless the performers are the ones who request it, and that it was actually in Nugent's contract all along..."Given the things that have happened in nightclubs like the Pulse and what happened in Manchester, (Nugent's) security people are taking extra precautions," Schon said. "They are not novices; they are very seasoned people."

Jul 18 09:45

College Students Asked "Who Won The Civil War?"

Q: "Who won the Civil War?"

A: "The one in 1965?"

Jul 18 09:10

The Nazis Killed Her Husband, So She Got A Tank – And Her Revenge

Desperate times call for desperate measures and when the Nazis betrayed their former Soviet allies in 1941, every Russian citizen was called upon to play his (or her) part in “The Great Patriotic War.” That included Mariya Oktyabrskaya.

It’s estimated that about 800,000 Soviet women served in the Red Army during World War II, many in anti-aircraft battalions where they would be on the front lines, but somewhat protected from the most brutal of the fighting. Other women served right in the thick of the action, flying combat missions or driving tanks into battle. Although the Soviets badly needed as many soldiers as possible, even during the most desperate of times not every male soldier was thrilled to be joined by women on the battlefield.

Jul 18 09:06


Rarely seen archival footage accompanies memories and accounts of forgotten Palestinian cities – highlighting the catastrophic effect the creation of Israel in 1948 had on them.

Haifa, Nazareth, and Jaffa have all been overshadowed by Tel Aviv, but in their day each of the Palestinian cities had magnificent commercial and cultural ability.

“Palestinians born after 1948 don’t realise what they have missed,” says writer Raef Zreik.

“We only realise what we’ve lost when we hear people’s stories about Palestine before 1948. People who spent the night at to clubs and movies in Haifa, who spent the night there and the next day took taxis from Al-Hanateer Square to go back home at the American University in Beirut. You could do what you liked. We not only lost our cities in 1948, but also our open relationship with the Arab world.”

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Jul 18 08:50

More cover-up questions The curious murder of Seth Rich poses questions that just won’t stay under the official rug By James A. Lyons

The facts that we know of in the murder of the DNC staffer, Seth Rich, was that he was gunned down blocks from his home on July 10, 2016. Washington Metro police detectives claim that Mr. Rich was a robbery victim, which is strange since after being shot twice in the back, he was still wearing a $2,000 gold necklace and watch. He still had his wallet, key and phone. Clearly, he was not a victim of robbery.

This has all the earmarks of a targeted hit job. However, strangely no one has been charged with this horrific crime, and what is more intriguing is that no law enforcement agency is even investigating this murder. According to other open sources, Metro police were told by their “higher ups” that if they spoke about the case, they will be immediately terminated. It has been claimed that this order came down from very high up the “food chain,” well beyond the D.C. mayor’s office. Interesting.

Jul 18 07:22

EXPOSED: Peter Strzok Grew Up In Iran, Worked As Obama and Brennan’s Envoy To Iranian Regime

The truth is that after Peter Strzok III turned 18 his life is arcane, which is the usual story of many like him. Did you know that Peter Strzok II (Strzok’s father) and Hillary Clinton have a lot in common? It turns out after advocating for Khomeni in Iran and then working in Saudi Arabia to calm the waters of an Iranian government (appeasing them with anti-Semitic rhetoric), Strzok’s father Strzok II also dabbled in “charity work.” Strzok’s father was involved in so-called charity work in Haiti but also helped dismantle and reassemble Upper Volta..now known as Burkina Faso.

Despite Deep State efforts to scrub information, the Internet is forever. Below you will see a very controversial happening in the early Eighties. Peter Strzok II (Strzok’s father, also known as Peter Strzok Sr.) was an employee of Catholic Relief Services and was interviewed by the New York Times in 1985 over his testimony or statements regarding mishandling money intended for Ethopia.

Jul 18 05:06

Exposed! How Britain’s anti-Semitism scaremongers operate

This article about the British charitable organisation, the Campaign against Anti-Semitism (CAA), and its officers, Gideon Falter and Steve Silverman, examines events in England but ought to serve as a cautionary message for Canadians and Americans. The article will delve into the corrosive methods of the CAA; review the manner in which this ultra-Zionist group "discovers" anti-Semitic "incidents"; examine their inaccurate statistical "studies" and see how they seek to intimidate political parties, venues, the press and others; and look at the court cases which the CAA has prosecuted ... In the last 18 months Britain's largest political party, the Labour Party, has suspended and expelled over a hundred of its members for expressing their views on Israel or Jewish history.

Jul 18 05:03

Plurality of Germans want U.S. troops out of their country: Poll

As President Trump spars with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the world stage this week, a new survey shows that a plurality of Germans want U.S. troops out of their country. A recent YouGov poll found that 42 percent of Germans want America to withdraw the roughly 35,000 troops currently stationed there. About 37 percent of Germans want the U.S. forces to stay, and another 21 percent were undecided. The survey was commissioned by the German press agency DPA, and was conducted several days before Mr. Trump arrived in Brussels earlier this week for a high-stakes NATO meeting. The poll also shows that about 75 percent of Germans oppose Mr. Trump's call for each NATO member to increase defense spending to at least two percent of its annual GDP

Jul 18 04:55

Holohoax Survivors who Tell the Truth

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Jul 17 18:55

Holocaust survivor: America does not run concentration camps

We spoke with a Holocaust survivor who calls the comparison of conditions in child detention centers to those that he faced "sickening"
Hear what he has to say here.

Jul 17 15:33

Larken Rose - - The Government Con

Jul 17 15:30

Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the Murder of Vincent Foster

Jul 17 13:03

Ron Paul on 'Trump-Putin Fallout: Bipartisan Hysteria Against Peace'

Streamed live 4 hours ago, Ron Paul says "We Are Witnessing Warmonger Desperation...Trump Should Continue To Move In The Direction of Peace"

Jul 17 12:29

REAL.video debuting new documentary series: “The Deep State Strikes Back” … exposes “Spygate” like no other film

As regular readers know, REAL.video, the ultimate free speech platform alternative to YouTube, is now live and is already garnering a great deal of attention and support from users and content producers alike.

One of the first productions to debut on the site is a new documentary series that explains in full detail the so-called “Spygate” scandal like no one has done before.

“The Deep State Strikes Back,” recounts, step-by-step, events that have exploded into the biggest political scandal of our day — and perhaps in the history of the country.

Produced by the site’s founder Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, the documentary contains powerful footage and reporting that has largely been ignored by the dishonest “establishment” media. You won’t find this documentary anywhere but on REAL.video.

The documentary begins with a brief review of what had been two of the biggest scandals in U.S. history — the Pentagon Papers and Watergate.

Jul 17 11:37

“Pure Evil”: The Disturbing Crimes Of Serial Killer Sean Vincent Gillis

Discover the disturbing details that leave no doubt as to why authorities called Sean Vincent Gillis "a true serial killer."

He was so vicious that even he admitted that he was “pure evil.” But although serial killer Sean Vincent Gillis may have readily confessed to his crimes and even perhaps expressed some genuine remorse, the details of his murders will surely leave you thinking that he was nothing but pure evil indeed.

Jul 17 10:29

Remember the last president who tried detent with Russia and was "wanted for treason" as a result?

The "Wanted For Treason" Flyer Distributed in Dallas Before JFK's Visit

Jul 17 09:20

ABSCAM, Mel Weinberg, And The Real Story Behind ‘American Hustle’

How the daring 1970s FBI sting known as ABSCAM employed con man Mel Weinberg to take down corrupt politicians.

ABSCAM began as an FBI sting operation in 1978 designed to recover stolen pieces of art and track down fraudulent securities. To execute the sting, the FBI used the help of actual criminals and con men to try to catch art thieves and black market securities dealers. But what the FBI didn’t count on was also proving the existence of corruption at high levels of the American government.

Jul 17 08:17

What Cartoons Teach Kids in the 80’s

In 1980’s, cartoons became very popular in televisions. Various cartoon shows hit the attention of so many kids. However, some of these cartoon shows brought messages which gave wrong perception to children viewers. Here are the top 10 cartoon shows that teach kids in the 80’s.

1. You might have a long lost sibling out there that you might want to hook up with.

2. Gun Battles Cannot Harm Anybody.

3. It’s alright that your boyfriend cheats on you.

4. Always help solving a crime whenever it happens.

5. Being the only woman in a situation, high chances of harassment is expected.

Jul 17 08:15

Mystery Ulfberht Viking sword has archaeologists stumped

A mystery sword made by the Vikings and engraved with the word Ulfberht has stumped archaeologists. The sword is forged in such a way that it looks to have been made by technologies that weren’t available until 800 years after the Viking era.

Around 170 of the swords have been found, all of which date from between 800AD to 1000AD, but the technology that would have forged them is from the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s and 1900s.

Jul 17 08:10

AMAZING FIND: Unbelievable Skeletons Unearthed From the Catacombs Of Rome!

A relic hunter dubbed ‘Indiana Bones’ has lifted the lid on a macabre collection of 400-year-old jewel-encrusted skeletons unearthed in churches across Europe.

Art historian Paul Koudounaris hunted down and photographed dozens of gruesome skeletons in some of the world’s most secretive religious establishments.

Incredibly, some of the skeletons, said to be the remains of early Christian martyrs, were even found hidden away in lock-ups and containers.

They were sent to Catholic churches and religious houses to replace the relics destroyed in the wake of the Protestant Reformation in the 1500s.

Mistaken for the remains of early Christian martyrs, the morbid relics, known as the Catacomb Saints, became shrines reminding of the spiritual treasures of the afterlife.

They were also symbols of the Catholic Church’s newly found strength in previously Protestant areas.

Jul 17 07:43

Opinion: Zionism’s Terrorist Heritage

Terrorism has not only been around since before the founding of Israel – it has been tolerated, empowered, even glorified. All the while, Palestinians have been condemned for their resistance.

Jul 17 07:36

FLASHBACK - Was TWA 800 Shot Down By a Military Missile?

The government of the United States, despite the embarrassment of having been caught in court rigging lab tests and lying in its reports, still officially attributes the disaster to a spark in the center fuel tank, while government spokespeople insist that the witnesses who saw a missile hit the jumbo jet are all drunks.

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Jul 17 07:35

FLASHBACK - JFK Jr. - Why the official story is in doubt.

We live in a time of very unpleasant realities. Truth has become such a valuable commodity that the government of the United States and the media have started (to put it politely) economizing it. Documented cases of media deception over the years have made it clear that the media lies to the public on important issues. As Richard Salent, Former President of CBS News has stated, media's job is to feed the public what media thinks the public ought to know. Clearly, anything that happens that the media doesn't think the public needs to know about will simply not be reported.

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Jul 17 07:19

911: The impossible Cell Phone calls

I chat to Frederick C. Blackburn (also known as blackbird9) who studied engineering and then became an electrical engineer and had a career in IT. He had a Top Secret clearance in the USA. He gave lectures to: Military and Naval Intelligence personnel as well as NSA, CIA and FBI personnel about cell phone and other technology.

We discuss his specialist knowledge with regard to cell phones and why the cell phone technology of 911 did not allow cell phone calls to be received from people in planes. On 911 there were between 15-40 alleged cell phone calls from people on aircraft before the planes crashed into the Twin Towers or elsewhere. Frederick explains why those phone calls were impossible. 911 changed his life because he realised immediately that the collapsing towers as well as the cell phone calls were utterly impossible.

Jul 17 03:47

Time Warp: Girl Who Had Been Frozen For 500 Years

It is not a fairy tale; it is a story about the most well-preserved mummy in the world. Called Juanita La Doncella, she is a teenage girl who was found frozen. The most surprising thing is that she froze 500 years ago, her condition at the moment of her finding being amazing.

She was looking like sleeping a deep slumber. She was found in Argentina, up high in the Llullaillaco volcano, together with the bodies of other children at what seems to be a sacrificing ground of an ancient civilization. The height of the volcano is 22,100 feet so it can be blistering cold up in the top.

Jul 17 03:44

1,200-Year-Old Viking Sword Discovered On Norwegian Mountain

Researchers were able to determine that the sword dates back to 850-950 AD, and was likely owned by a Viking swordsman.

Reindeer hunters in Norway were surprised to find an amazingly well-preserved Viking sword while they were hunting in a high altitude area.

Jul 16 22:44

The Mystery Of Rosalia Lombardo, The Child Mummy Who Can “Open Her Eyes”

Not only did a secret formula allow Rosalia Lombardo to become one of Earth's best-preserved mummies, but many even swear she can open her eyes.

In the depths of an obscure Sicilian catacomb, there lies a young girl in an open casket. Her name is Rosalia Lombardo and she died at the tragically young age of two due to complications from pneumonia in 1920. Her father was so grief-stricken that he sought the aid of an embalmer to preserve his child. The embalmer, Alfredo Salafia, then mummified Rosalia Lombardo so perfectly that her internal organs are still intact a century later.

Jul 16 12:14

See The Screaming Guanajuato Mummies Whose Faces Remain Frozen In Terror

The Guanajuato mummies died in anguish, and you can still see it on their faces today.

When science fiction author Ray Bradbury first visited the sleepy town of Guanajuato, Mexico in 1947, he was shocked and horrified.

Jul 16 10:26

Oldest non-African modern human fossil revealed to be 195,000 years old

The popular consensus in palaeoanthropology places the ancestors of our species exclusively in Africa before making a successful migration into Eurasia around 60,000 years ago. There has been some level of recognition that perhaps small numbers of early modern humans reached the Levant and the Middle East around 120,000 years ago. It was believed that these earlier populations represented a small-scale failed migration that barely managed to leave the continent before dying off. Now new Homo sapiens fossils from Israel suggest that this popular model is almost completely wrong.

Jul 16 10:14

‘Til Death Don’t Us Part: A History Of Ghost Marriage

The idea of marrying a dead person is older than the Magna Carta — and it's called ghost marriage.

Imagine a world where “‘til death do us part” wasn’t taken literally — where you could be married after death, and even get married after you’d already passed on.

In actuality, there’s no need to imagine. Necrogamy, or marriage that takes place after death, is alive and well today. Though the form and frequency of the practice varies across the globe, the fact remains that in some places, the right to marry never ends, even beyond the grave…

Jul 16 09:45

Lucy’s baby, the world oldest known child found in Ethiopia is 120,000 years older than Lucy

In 2000, a team of scientists, led by Ethiopian paleoanthropologist Zeresenay Alemseged, discovered the skull and bones of a toddler ape-girl from 3.3 million years ago. The fossil was named Selam, meaning “peace” in Ethiopian.

Selam belongs to the same species as Lucy, Australopithecus afarensis, and was unearthed just a few miles from the location where the famous female adult was discovered in 1974.

Since it is the second complete skeleton from that species, Selam is quite often called Lucy’s baby even though she lived some 120,000 years before Lucy.

Jul 16 04:49

Undercover IDF Agents hide among Palestinian protestors before attacking them

"This is how Arabs should be treated?" Please read he comments.

Jul 15 08:37

The Forgotten Bear River Massacre May Be The Deadliest Native American Slaughter Ever

When the Bear River Massacre ended in Preston, Idaho on Jan. 29, 1863, hundreds lay dead — hundreds largely forgotten today.

It’s likely the deadliest Native American massacre in U.S. history. By the time it was over, as many as 500 people lay dead. Yet few even know its name today. This is the story of the Bear River Massacre.

Jul 15 07:32

Titanic Orphans: A father ‘kidnapped’ his two sons, boarded with false names and passed away

As RMS Titanic, the Ship of Dreams, was sinking on the night of April 14, 1912, nobody was spared from experiencing the dread and horror on board, not even the youngest ones.

Michel Marcel Navratil was almost four-years-old at the time and his brother Edmond Roger Navratil was aged two. They survived the disaster as there was a place for them on Collapsible D, the ninth and final life-saving vessel that was lowered from the ship’s port side.

The two brothers were settled in the boat by Mr. Michel Navratil, their father. This was the last memory the boys would have of him — the crew would allow women and children only into the lifeboats so he had to remain on board the stricken ship.

In the aftermath of the disaster, people dubbed them the Titanic Orphans. The French-speaking children didn’t understand English and knew only their nicknames, Lolo and Momon. They were the only children who made it to safety but remained unclaimed by any guardian.

Jul 15 06:27

A flea market ring picked up for $13 was sold for $850,000 at Sotheby’s

Whether you’re in the search of a Boho vintage dress, a unique belt buckle, or maybe even a cute vase for your collection of trinkets, any flea market is the place to be. Everyone is looking for their own great deal. But one English lady unknowingly picked out something quite remarkable at a “car boot sale” at West Middlesex Hospital, London, in the 1980s. What she believed to be a piece of costume jewelry made the headlines 30 years later.

It was just a regular Sunday sale when the woman bought a ring she fancied for £10 ($13). She wore that ring for the next 30 years, shopping, working, running errands, until she discovered, to her astonishment, it was actually set with a 26-carat diamond that was cut in the 19th century.

Jul 15 03:32

The 1814 London Beer Flood That Killed Eight People

During the London beer flood, over 380,000 gallons of beer flowed out of the brewery at high speeds.

In October of 1814, in the parish of St. Giles, London, England, there was a flood.

Jul 14 10:21


When concerned neighbors called police because they believed dozens of children were being trafficked in their neighborhood, they learned that the children were actually being held in a black site prison operated by defense contractors.

A vacant office building with dark windows in a quiet neighborhood has become a subject of controversy after residents began documenting the dozens of children who were transported to the building in white vans, and then never seen again.

The building is not licensed to hold children or to act as a shelter, and it is owned by MVM Inc., a defense contractor that once provided guards for CIA facilities in Iraq and has made nearly $250 million transporting immigrant children since 2014, according to a report from Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.

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Let's get some facts straight here at the the get go.

First, let us look at the 2016 Flores Settlement Agreement, and how family seperation has been used by previous administrations.

Fact Sheet: Family Seperation at the US/Mexico border

The article goes on to state:

"According to a 2016 federal court decision, the Flores agreement applies both to children accompanying their parents, as well as to unaccompanied children. Accordingly, children cannot to be detained with parents in facilities made for adults and unequipped to properly care for children. And, even in family detention facilities specifically designed to detain parents and children together, federal courts have interpreted the Flores agreement to require that children be detained no more than 20 days.

However, the ‘zero-tolerance’ policy has rapidly evolved into separation of parent and child at the border. This is because parents are arrested at the border and criminally charged with illegal entry. Due to these criminal charges, protocol does not allow the child to be kept with the parent because the child is not criminally prosecuted.

What is family detention?
Family detention is the practice of holding immigrants families together in immigration detention. In practice, family detention facilities house mothers with their children, including babies. Fathers are detained at separate facilities.

Both the George W. Bush and Obama administrations used family detention to detain thousands of families at facilities specifically designed to house children. Immigration and children’s advocates have raised significant due process concerns with family detention, as well as the negative long-term impacts detention has on children."

Of course, no one would have thought to protest against President Obama's having done this; that... would definitely have messed with his "cool factor" as president. So the press barely mentioned it. Of course, after the 2016 election, anything Trump does, good, bad, or indifferent, is fair game for an attack.

Unless and until there is clear Congressional legislation on illegal immigration, and better border control from the American side, this mess will continued, unabated.

Australia has a very draconian, merit-based immigration policy; but it is one that is working brilliantly for them. Perhaps the US government could learn a lesson here; of course, that presupposes that Congress is capable... of learning anything.

Jul 14 10:02

He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal

He's the oldest preserved human ever found, and now scientists have extracted the food from his stomach.

In 1991, two tourists hiking in the Ötztal Alps of southern Austria happened upon the remains of a human in the ice. Because the body showed only some decay, the hikers assumed that it had belonged to some mountaineer who’d died only recently.

Jul 14 09:49

Young Black Man Explains How He Learned The Shocking Truth "The Democratic Party HATES Black People!

Former police officer Brandon Tatum explains that his whole life he identified as a Democrat, even though he didn't even know this difference between a Democrat and Republican, didn't known what a conservative was, and had no clue about the shocking history of the Democratic party- with the Klan, Bill Clinton's drug war "which separated children from their families," Tatum goes on to explain how Obama didn't help blacks, and why he supports President Trump.

Jul 14 03:55

This Week In History News, July 8 – 14

Centuries-old stone may solve Lost Roanoke Colony mystery, new study says we didn't all evolve from one population, unearthed ancient Egyptian sarcophagus contains unknown body.

430-Year-Old Mystery Of The Lost Colony Of Roanoke May Finally Be Solved Thanks To This Stone

“If this stone is real, it’s the most significant artifact in American history of early European settlement,” said Ed Schrader, a geologist and president of Brenau University in Georgia. “If it’s not, it’s one of the most magnificent forgeries of all time.”

Jul 14 03:43

Paula Simons: From social justice warrior to Holocaust-denying hate-monger

Monika Schaefer spent years as a warden at Jasper National Park.
She was an environmental activist, a spokesperson for the Jasper Environmental Association.
She was a musician, a violin and viola teacher who performed all over Jasper and Hinton. She was a perennial candidate for the Green party, running in federal elections in 2006, 2008 and 2011.
Schaefer went on trial in a Munich courtroom. She’s charged with six counts of Volksverhetzung.

Jul 14 03:37

Canadian Holocaust denier on trial in Germany for 'incitement to hatred'

A Jasper, Alta., woman who denied the Holocaust in at least one video posted on YouTube is on trial at a criminal courthouse in Munich. Monika Schaefer, 59, and her 63-year-old German-Canadian brother, Alfred Schaefer, who lives near Munich, are being tried together for Volksverhetzung, which officially translates in English from the German Criminal Code as "incitement to hatred," said court spokesperson Florian Gliwitzky in an email to CBC News on Friday.
Note: Here is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyUVxQbWI5o&t=106s

Jul 14 03:30

Israel ranked 8th most powerful country in the world

An international survey has ranked Israel as the eighth most powerful nation in the world for the second consecutive year...
Note: And the U.S. sends billion a year in aid to Israel!

Jul 14 02:19

This Week In History News, July 8 – 14

Centuries-old stone may solve Lost Roanoke Colony mystery, new study says we didn't all evolve from one population, unearthed ancient Egyptian sarcophagus contains unknown body.

430-Year-Old Mystery Of The Lost Colony Of Roanoke May Finally Be Solved Thanks To This Stone

Jul 13 22:01

This 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Woman Is One Of The Most Well-Preserved Mummies In The World

Xin Zhui died in 163 BC. When they found her in 1971, her hair was intact, her skin was soft to the touch, and her veins still housed type-A blood.

Now more than 2,000 years old, Xin Zhui, also known as Lady Dai, is a mummified woman of China’s Han dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) who still has her own hair, is soft to the touch, and has ligaments that still bend, much like a living person. She is widely recognized as the best-preserved human mummy in history.

Jul 13 15:16

Is Hillary Clinton secretly planning to run in 2020?

The messages convey a sense of urgency, and are coming with increasing frequency. They are short, focused reactions to the latest “outrage” committed by President Trump.

Some end by asking for money, some urge participation in protests. All read as if they are sent from the official headquarters of the resistance.

Hillary Clinton is up to something.

It's all starting to make sense: the Russian collusion is now the Russian Hillary hacking, the Guccifer indictment suppresses the Seth Rich murder investigation, at least until after the 2018 mid-terms. Meanwhile, the FBI thumbs its nose at Congress, Jeff Sessions in MIA, and Obama builds his Antifa Alinksy Army. With the Deep State MSM teeing off on Trump. Hillary sees another opportunity to become President and take us to Armageddon against Russia for the Satanic oligarchy.

Jul 13 13:53

Activists Sully Second Anniversary of Seth Rich Murder with Batsh*t Crazy Press Conference

The witness alleges slain DNC staffer Seth Rich was killed by two government employees, who worked as Rod Rosenstein’s “dirty squad” when he was U.S. attorney for Maryland, for breaching the Democratic National Committee server in 2016.

Hmm, Batsh*t crazy? The same people implicated by this so-called witness are today indicting people that substantiates a Russian hacking claim, not a leak claim, substantiated by forming NSA officer William Binney, which could be related to the murder of former DNC employee Seth Rich.

Jul 13 13:48

Murdered DNC Staffer Seth Rich Shared 44,053 Democrat Emails With WikiLeaks: Report

For the past several months, Democrats have based their "Resist 45" movement on unsubstantiated assertions that the Trump campaign coordinated with Russian intelligence officials to undermine the 2016 Presidential Election thereby 'stealing' the White House from Hillary Clinton. Day after day we've all suffered through one anonymously sourced, "shock" story after another from the New York Times and/or The Washington Post with new allegations of the 'wrongdoing'.

But, new evidence surfacing in the Seth Rich murder investigation may just quash the "Russian hacking" conspiracy theory. According to a new report from Fox News, it was former DNC staffer Seth Rich who supplied 44,000 DNC emails to WikiLeaks and not some random Russian cyber terrorist, as we've all been led to believe.

Looks like Mueller and Rosenstein are quashing the Seth Rich murder investigation?

Jul 13 11:08

How Claire Phillips Used Her Gentleman’s Club As A Front For A World War II Spy Ring

One of the most daring spies in World War II, Claire Phillips joined the Philippine resistance movement using her many talents to extract secrets from the Japanese and aid the Allies.

Born Claire Maybelle Snyder in Michigan in 1907, she moved with her family to Portland, Ore., where she spent her childhood. She attended Franklin High School before deciding she’d had enough of the Pacific Northwest and ran away to join a traveling circus, which was short-lived. She returned to Portland and shortly after signed up with a traveling musical unit called the Baker Stock Company, which took her throughout East Asia.

Jul 13 10:58

Dr. Leonid Rogozov operating himself to remove his appendix in Antarctica, 1961

Leonid Rogozov was a Soviet general practitioner who took part in the sixth Soviet Antarctic Expedition in 1960–1961. He was the only doctor stationed at the Novolazarevskaya Station and, while there, developed appendicitis, which meant he had to perform an appendectomy on himself, a famous case of self-surgery.

Jul 13 10:45

Emperor Jean-Bedel Bokassa , seated on his tasteless golden throne for his coronation, 1977

Jean-Bédel Bokassa was a military officer and the head of state of the Central African Republic from his coup d’état on 1 January 1966. But being President wasn’t enough so in 1976 he proclaimed himself emperor of the nation, which renamed the Central African Empire. Bokassa attempted to justify his actions by claiming that creating a monarchy would help Central Africa “stand out” from the rest of the continent, and earn the world’s respect.

The enthronement was scheduled on December 4, 1977, the 173rd anniversary of Napoleon’s coronation, which is why Bokassa chose this date. Meanwhile, the empire was mustering every resource to ensure the success of the coronation. Special committees were established to supervise various aspects of the work.

Jul 13 10:06

Exclusive Interview With Woman Who Was Accosted By Man Over Her Puerto Rican Flag T-Shirt

By now probably much of the country has seen this outrageous video of an old drunk man menacing and confronting a young woman for wearing a Puerto Rico t-shirt at a public park in Chicago while she tried to celebrate her 24th birthday last month. Mia Irizarry sat down for a 27-minute interview yesterday and discussed the incident and its' aftermath at length. This is difficult to watch but worth the time

Jul 13 03:50

Flashack: Is­rael & anti-semi­tism: That “shitty lit­tle coun­try

As Is­rael pre­pares to ex­pel its Arab helots from Pales­tine, its “amen cor­ner” world­wide is also on the march, ex­co­ri­at­ing any­one who looks cross-eyed at Ariel Sharon as an “anti-Semite.” The lat­est front in this cam­paign is Eng­land, where Bar­bara Amiel, wife of me­dia mag­nate Con­rad Black, went on a ram­page in the Tele­graph, claim­ing that, at a re­cent din­ner party, the French am­bas­sador re­ferred to Is­rael as “that shitty lit­tle coun­try,” and won­dered why the world had to be dragged to the edge of World War III on ac­count of it. On the ba­sis of ev­i­dence gleaned at ritzy cock­tail par­ties, says Ms. Amiel, the world is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a re­vival of anti-Semi­tism, which is now “re­spectable” again.

Jul 13 03:36

The Real Story Behind Israel’s “Blooming Desert”

It has often been said that Israel, since its establishment in 1948, has presided over the "miracle" of making the country's "desert bloom." That heavily promoted narrative - which asserts that the Palestinians have long lacked the capacity, knowledge or desire to properly develop agriculture in the region - has often been used as a legitimizing factor in Israel's establishment ... There is, however, another side to this story, one that shows that the "blooming desert" of Israel is a convenient disguise for the degradation and destruction of Palestine's natural resources, a means of obfuscating the worst of occupation by wrapping it in the cloak of Zionist mythology ... Thus, it was land theft that was largely responsible for Israel's initial agricultural production, not the labor or agricultural expertise of Zionist settlers.

Jul 13 03:29

Flashback: Historian Hilberg Denounces Jewish 'Blackmail' of Switzerland

For several years now, the World Jewish Congress and other major Jewish organizations have waged a fierce and much-publicized campaign to force Switzerland to pay millions to Jewish organizations and Holocaust survivors ... Among those who have spoken out against it is Holocaust historian Raul Hilberg. "I was nearly alarmed when I heard that the Swiss banks would pay 1.25 billion dollars," he said in a recent interview published in the respected Swiss weekly Weltwoche. In the campaign against Switzerland, Hilberg went on, "the Jews have used a weapon that can only be described as blackmail."

Jul 13 03:23

Germany agrees to $88 million more for Holocaust survivors

The organization that handles claims on behalf of Jews who suffered under the Nazis says Germany has agreed to pay another 75 million euros ($88 million) to fund social welfare services for Holocaust survivors. The New York-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany said Tuesday that brings total funding next year to 480 million euros [$561 million] to help survivors as they grow older and more frail ... Germany also agreed to increase pensions paid to 55,000 Holocaust survivors in Central and Eastern Europe, and expand eligibility for child survivors. The Claims Conference carries out continuous negotiations to make more people eligible for compensation. Since 1952, Germany has paid more than $70 billion.
Note: The largest and longest running extortion racket in existence. At least having to pay all that money can't we investigate the holocau$t without going to jail!

Jul 13 03:14

The Maps of Israeli Settlements That Shocked Barack Obama

Kerry met regularly with Obama in the Oval Office. During one of those meetings, Kerry placed the maps on a large coffee table, one after another, so Obama and his advisers could study them. Ben Rhodes, one of Obama's longest-serving advisers, said the President was shocked to see how "systematic" the Israelis had been at cutting off Palestinian population centers from one another ... Alarmed by Israeli actions depicted in the maps, Obama decided to abstain on a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the settlements, clearing the way for its passage. It would be Obama's final act of defiance against Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, before Donald Trump took office and put in place policies that were fare more accepting of the settlers.

Jul 13 00:55

In 1974, Egypt had to get a passport for the legendary pharaoh Ramesses II so that his 3,000-year-old mummy could be flown to Paris

Ramesses II was one of the most powerful rulers of Ancient Egypt. He reigned in the 12th century B.C. for approximately 66 years, which was an unusually long time for a pharaoh, as the third pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt.

Egyptologists of the 19th century nicknamed him “Ramesses the Great” after they discovered that numerous archaeological sites across modern-day Egypt, Sudan, and Palestine contained monuments, temples, palaces, and shrines built in his honor. One of the most impressive structures built under Ramesses is the Ramesseum, a monumental memorial temple which still stands within the vast Theban necropolis.

Jul 12 20:15

Cannabis: A Lost History

It wasn’t until 1970 that the herb was declared a Schedule 1 controlled substance in the U.S., a classification reserved for drugs with “high potential for abuse” and “no accepted medical use.”

Jul 12 12:32

3,000-year-old sword discovered in Denmark is ‘still sharp’

In 2016, an ancient sword was found in Denmark by two amateur archaeologists in the western part of the large Danish island of Zealand, home to Copenhagen. In the small town of Svebølle, Ernst Christiansen and Lis Therkelsen unearthed the find of a lifetime.

It is not totally unheard of for people in Scandinavia and northern Europe to find relics from the Viking Age, or even earlier, buried in the soil of their homeland.

If you go onto YouTube, you can find many videos of Danes, Norwegians, Germans, or Swedes finding coins and pieces of jewelry with their metal detectors. What is rare is someone finding a sword – though a reindeer hunter in Norway did find one simply sticking out of the ground in the area revealed by a retreating glacier.

Jul 12 11:48

Bin Laden Brady Bunch - Rare photo

look at these radicals!

Jul 12 10:27

How Mob Hitman Johnny Martorano Admitted To Killing At Least 20 People — And Then Walked Free

The government not only eventually let Johnny Martorano off the hook, they also gave him $20,000 to start a new life.

In 2013, some of the residents of the exclusive Milford Country Club condos in eastern Massachusetts were shocked to learn about their neighbor’s grisly past. He was a nice man named John who was mostly quiet and kept to himself. His companion would even bring cookies to some of the residents during the winter holidays.

Jul 12 10:26

11 Lessons about Srebrenica genocide 'unwelcome' in Brussels

An exhibit titled Genocide in Srebrenica: Eleven Lessons for the Future has opened in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, after it was turned away from its original event location in Brussels by certain members of the European Parliament (EP) for displaying "too many skulls and bones".

Exhibit organiser Hikmet Karcic, an author and genocide researcher from Sarajevo, told Al Jazeera that he had been in contact for a year with some members of the EP, who had agreed to host his exhibit in parliament on July 11, commemorating the 23rd anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.

Jul 12 10:22

The wife who made the ultimate sacrifice for a 3,000-year loving embrace: Man and woman found together in Ukrainian grave after she was buried ALIVE with her dead husband

An ancient man and woman have been found locked in a loving embrace for 3,000 years in a grave in Ukraine.

The woman was willingly entombed alive in order to accompany her husband to the next world, archeologists believe.

Jul 12 08:39

Two U.S. Soldiers Overheard JFK Assassination Plans.

Introducing Eugene V. Dinkin. Two documents were released about this man in November which caught my attention, and one more appeared in the 2018 release.

Frankly, as an academic who wrote two books on JFK, I never heard of him.

Since it took 54 years to lift the veil of censorship on this account, perhaps Eugene should not be ignored any more than he already has.

Jul 11 22:24

How H.A. Rey And Curious George Escaped The Nazis And Created A Classic

If author H.A. Rey hadn't avoided the Nazis in dramatic fashion, the world wouldn't even know about Curious George today.

Curious George is obviously one of the most popular children’s book franchises in history, with some 30 million copies sold.

And yet, Curious George almost didn’t happen at all.

Jul 11 22:04

Elizabeth Magie: The Inventor Of Monopoly Who Tried To Teach Us Progressive Economic Ideas

Inventor of Monopoly Elizabeth Magie designed the game to reveal the dangers of land-grabbing, but we all learned the wrong lesson from it.

She may be the inventor of Monopoly, but few know the name Elizabeth Magie today. What’s more, the progressive economic message that inspired the classic board game is now all but forgotten as well.

This is the little-known story of the board game that tried to teach us the dangers of land-grabbing, but then became something entirely different.

Jul 11 13:25

Trump Court Prospect Accepted Assumption That Illegal Caught at Border Has Right to Abortion in U.S

Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who was appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia by President George W. Bush, accepted the assumption in a dissenting opinion he filed last October in the case of Garza v. Hargan that a teenage illegal alien caught at the border and put in detention has a right to an abortion in the United States.

Jul 11 09:50

Angelo Ruggiero: The Psycho Gangster Whose Wiretapped Rants Helped Bring The Mob Down

Angelo Ruggiero rose to the top of the New York underworld with John Gotti — until he and his big mouth helped bring the mob to its knees.

A good mobster needs a lot of qualities, and chief among them is knowing when to keep your mouth shut. Unfortunately, that was not a quality that 1970s and ’80s New York gangster Angelo Ruggiero possessed.

Jul 10 23:51

The cave in Postojna, Slovenia, is home to the “Human Fish,” a predator that lives up to a century and is largest known cave-dwelling creature

There are three sites that will, without doubt, make everyone’s trip to the southwest of Slovenia more than worthwhile, and ensure the experience is magical and truly spectacular.

Dubbed the “Underground Grand Canyon,” Škocjan Caves, a cave system near the Italian border, has a small yet enchanting underground waterfall, a cliff-hanging pathway half hidden in a thick mist created by an emerald green river that flows 400 feet below the walker’s feet, and a 50-feet footbridge hung high over the abyss.

Jul 10 19:28

Why John Colter May Be The Most Badass Mountain Man Of The American West

How John Colter ventured into the uncharted West with Lewis and Clark, explored Yellowstone before any non-Native, and survived being hunted for sport by Blackfeet warriors.

Like any other legendary figure, John Colter’ story remains somewhat shrouded in mystery and uncertainty. But what we do know of this 19th-century mountain man’s story makes for a breathtaking tale of survival in the deep wilderness at the heart of the American West.

Jul 10 14:00

Pro-Abort Bush Crony Brett Kavanaugh, Who Whitewashed The Murder Of Vincent Foster Appointed To USSC

For starters, let's address the "pro life" thing. Republicans are always told that they need to elect Republicans, who will select 'pro-life judges' who will allegedly overturn Roe v. Wade. But just like John Roberts, who openly opined that "Roe v. Wade is the settled law of the land" and Neil Gorsuch, who testified that "a fetus is NOT A person," Brett Kavanaugh is on record in sworn testimony saying "Senator, if confirmed to the D.C. Circuit, I would follow Roe v. Wade faithfully and fully. That would be binding precedent of the Court. It's been decided by the Supreme Court." The dishonest editors at wikipedia erased all reference to Kavenaugh's remarks last night, but I have the original video and government trancripts, recorded in May 2006. As a Bush White House aide, Brett Kavanaugh pushed for a bill to bail out the airlines at taxpayer expense, but opposed any compensation for the families of the 3,000 victims who were slaughtered on 9/11/2001.

Jul 10 12:12

Why is Israel still covering up extrajudicial executions committed by a Jewish militia in '48?

Seven decades after a report documented executions by Israel's pre-state army of Poles and Arabs – as well as incidents of torture and looting – the authorities are still censoring the documents.

Seventy years ago, on the eve of Israel’s establishment, six Polish Christians were executed without trial in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by the Haganah, the pre-independence army of Palestine’s Jews. Despite the decades that have passed, the investigative report on these killings, which was submitted to David Ben-Gurion, has never been made public. The state archivist, Dr. Yaacov Lozowick, has recommended that the report documenting these unrelated cases be made available to the public, but the military censors are trying to block this for reasons known only to them.

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These were, indeed, very ugly examples of extrajudicial assassinations.

Jul 10 06:38

This Writer Argued To Keep The South Full Of Black Slaves — And White Ones Too

Modern audiences will usually find more than a few lines to cringe at when reading some of the views espoused by the pro-slavery Southerners in the Antebellum era. George Fitzhugh, a Virginia “pro-slavery intellectual,” voiced some particularly radical ideas that sounded more like Karl Marx than John Calhoun.

Jul 10 02:41

For centuries, some Buddhist monks followed self-mummification, which meant a rigorous diet followed by lying in a tomb, ringing a bell each day they were still alive

As Buddhism spread across Asian countries over the past centuries, various forms of Buddhist schools and teachings emerged as the religion came into contact with many local cultures. Some Buddhist monks observed that all life is sacred, and their school taught followers to move around the temple with the utmost caution, that they should not even by accident squash an ant or any other tiny insect. Other schools and teachings have, however, adopted fairly bizarre beliefs and practices, like learning how to self-mummify in order to achieve an advanced level of enlightenment. This did not produce your typical mummy such as those embalmed in ancient Egypt.

Jul 10 02:23

Excalibur: the sword of King Arthur is a central theme of legends, contradictions, and modern findings

The legend of the sword Excalibur is an exceptional worldwide legend with a narrative that has obviously withstood the test of time from its emergence in Medieval times until today.

There are many versions of the multilayered story of Arthur Pendragon, Guinevere, Merlin, and the Knights of the Round Table that have developed over the centuries. But the myth of the hero-warrior has endured and is an influential piece of British heritage. After the tales caught the imagination of one seven-year-old schoolgirl, she made a discovery that seemed to turn the legend into a modern-day reality.

As a tiny reminder, Excalibur is the sword of King Arthur, a legendary British king who appears in medieval British romances as the leader of the fellowship known as the Knights of the Round Table.

Arthur was given Excalibur by the mythical “Lady of the Lake” as a lucky charm that would bring him strength in battles as well as good fortune.