Sep 10 10:03

The Hawaiian Gazette: The First Hawaiian Newspaper Published

The first newspaper began to be published on the Hawaiian Islands on September 4, 1866. For the next 53 years, the Hawaii Gazette reported all news that was fit to print, at least as far as it concerned American interests in the islands.

Hawaii in the 1860s

Sep 09 02:57

National Archives Adds 'Harmful Language' Warning to Constitution, Declaration of Independence And Bill of Rights

The National Archives has added a "harmful language" warning above the Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights.

It won't be long before they replace our founding documents with Ibram X Kendi's "How to Be an Antiracist" and Robin DiAngelo's "White Fragility."

Sep 07 10:32

1916: 1st True Supermarket, the "Piggly Wiggly" is Opened by Clarence Saunders in Memphis, Tennessee

Today, you can sit on your couch, order your groceries online, and have them delivered to your home in a matter of hours. This is a huge change in the way we are used to grocery shopping, yet it was not the first revolutionary change in the grocery industry. That initial change happened in 1916 when Clarence Saunders opened the first Piggly Wiggly, the first true supermarket experience.

Sep 07 09:47

The Rise of Economic Fascism in America

As most of the rest of the world struggles to privatize industry and encourage free enterprise, we in the United States are seriously debating whether or not we should adopt 1930s-era economic fascism as the organizational principle of our entire health care system, which comprises 14 percent of GNP. We are also contemplating business-government “partnerships” in the automobile, airlines, and communications industries, among others, and are adopting government-managed trade policies, also in the spirit of the European corporatist schemes of the 1930s. -- The state and its academic apologists are so skilled at generating propaganda in support of such schemes that Americans are mostly unaware of the dire threat they pose for the future of freedom. The road to serfdom is littered with road signs pointing toward “the information superhighway,” “health security,” “national service,” “managed trade,” and “industrial policy.”

Sep 06 10:46

1916: 1st True Supermarket, the "Piggly Wiggly" is Opened by Clarence Saunders in Memphis, Tennessee

Today, you can sit on your couch, order your groceries online, and have them delivered to your home in a matter of hours. This is a huge change in the way we are used to grocery shopping, yet it was not the first revolutionary change in the grocery industry. That initial change happened in 1916 when Clarence Saunders opened the first Piggly Wiggly, the first true supermarket experience.

Sep 06 10:07

[Video] Amazing Polly: BOOM! Vax Passport Company's Horrifying History

Oh boy, you aren’t going to like this. I go over the history of ENTRUST, the company that has the contract for the Digital Passports in the UK (coming soon to your country?)

"Imagine if the Nazis had the technology we have today. They do."

Sep 06 09:30

UK Vax Passport Company “ENTRUST” is Owned by Nazi Joseph Goebbels’ Step-Grandchildren

I knew next-to-nothing about the Quandt family prior to watching this video [go watch!]. I knew the name was associated with BMW, but not much else. Thanks to Amazing Polly who put the video together, I learned quite a bit about them, including that they own major interest in the company that’s putting out the UK Vaccine Passports.

Isn’t it quite convenient that a company who created technology to segregate (in their eyes) undesirable members of society (unvaccinated) has deep family roots with the Nazis, who did the same thing in their own way?

Sep 06 05:56

Remember When Fauci Accused Children Of Spreading AIDS In The 80s & Exposed The AIDS Patients To Drug Deadlier Than The Disease?

A decade ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci tried to pull the same stunt on the American people that he is currently involved in with the propaganda of the CONvid-1984. In doing so, he was one of the first to point out that children were virtually untouched by the CONvids, only to now be pushing the idea that the shots, fraudulently referred to as “vaccines,” need to be given to everyone. However, do you remember when this criminal actually accused children of spreading AIDS in 1983?

Sep 05 11:36

The Assassination Of President William McKinley Led To The Creation Of The Secret Service

The public firing of President William McKinley was the straw that broke the Congressional adage. It was the third assassination of a sitting US president, and he was eventually forced to admit that he may have had a slight security problem. To solve this, he turned to an unlikely team.

Leon Czolgosz and President McKinley
On September 5, 1901, President McKinley showed up to deliver a speech at the Pan-American Exposition, a World's Fair-like event held in Buffalo, New York. A record number of spectators came to see the popular president, refreshed by his recent victory in the Spanish–American War, and to honor the occasion, the organizers of the event planned a patriotic firework show, which read "Your Welcome President McKinley, our premier nation and our empire" at the end of his speech.

Sep 04 11:10

The Miscellaneous Peoples of the Russian Empire Through the Lens of George Kennan, 1870–1890

In the 1860s, the Russian-American Telegraph Company set out to connect the United States and Europe telegraphically using lines running through the Bering Strait and Siberia. The unsuccessful expedition marked one of the first explorations of the vast Siberian wilderness, and George Kennan's photographs capture the diverse theme of the Russian Empire.

George Kennan (1845–1924) was born in Norwalk, Ohio, and had a keen interest in travel from an early age. However, family finances dictated that he begin working at the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company's telegraph office at the age of twelve.

In 1864, he secured employment with the Russian American Telegraph Company to survey a route for a proposed overland telegraph line through Siberia and the Bering Strait. After spending two years in the jungles of Kamchatka, he returned to Ohio via St. Petersburg and soon became famous through his lectures, articles, and books about his travels.

Sep 04 03:30

"4 Children for Sale", 1948 (3 Pics)

Sep 03 08:04

Assassination of Robert Kennedy: New Evidence Implicates CIA, LAPD, FBI and Mafia as Plotters in Elaborate “Hit” Plan to Prevent RFK From Ever Reaching White House

In a 2018 interview with The Washington Post, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., said that he traveled to meet with Sirhan at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional facility in San Diego County, and, after a relatively lengthy conversation, believed that Sirhan did not kill his father and that a second gunman was involved.

Kennedy Jr.’s view is shared by his sister, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, the former Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, and by Paul Schrade, regional director of the United Auto Workers (UAW) and one of Bobby’s closest advisers, who was shot the night that he was killed.

In 2016, Schrade testified in support of Sirhan’s parole, stating his belief that a second shooter killed Kennedy and that Sirhan was intended to be a distraction from the real gunman by an unknown conspiracy.

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Sep 02 10:24

The Totalitarian Roots of Vaccine Mandates

By Barry Brownstein

Over the course of the pandemic, principles of what a free society means are being redefined by collectivists.

Consider this essay, Don’t COVID Vaccine Mandates Actually Promote Freedom? Medical ethicists Kyle Ferguson and Arthur Caplan argue, “Those who oppose cracking down on the unvaccinated are getting it all wrong.” Ferguson and Caplan are sure their opponents have a “flawed view of freedom.” They argue “Passports and mandates are hardly ‘strong-arm tactics.’ These strategies are better seen as liberty inducers. They bring about freedom rather than deplete it.”

They add, “a successful COVID-19 vaccination campaign will liberate us — as individuals and as a collective — from the callous grip of a pandemic that just won’t seem to end.” Orwell’s “Party” proclaimed in 1984 that “Freedom is slavery.” Ferguson and Caplan come close to arguing “Slavery is freedom.”...

Sep 02 05:24

#Fact #Indigenous (Picture)

Sep 01 10:20

Who Was Attila The Hun?

Attila the Hun was called God of Peril by many of his European contemporaries, as he was famous for brutal fighting, destroying cities and killing civilians, including women and children. However, there is a mystery about both Attila and the Huns, who had a wide influence on Europe and Asia Minor during the 4th and 5th centuries, but more or less spread to different regions after the demise of their great ruler. Their origin is unclear, as they probably came from a lineage of nomadic peoples, and although they taught their children Latin to communicate with the outside world, their own language is still not well understood.

Aug 30 08:09

The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and “The Polka-dot File”

There is a vast literature on the CIA-directed assassination of President John Kennedy. Most Americans have long rejected the Warren Commission’s findings and have accepted that there was a conspiracy. There is much less research on the assassination of JFK’s brother, Senator Robert Kennedy, and, if asked, far fewer people would say it was a conspiracy and a cover-up. They may not even know the alleged assassin’s name.

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The official LAPD teletype alert concerning the girl in the polka dot dress!

Aug 28 09:51

The Granger Movement Of The 1860s.

The Granger movement gave voice to the country's farmers in the federal government and reminded the general public of the importance of farming. Although not the original target of the Patron of Husbandry, known as Grange, the U.S. In the U.S. this organization of farmers quickly discovered that they could take advantage of their integrated power to push back against railroads and grain elevators. And it all started with one man.

Oliver Hudson Kelly
Minnesota native Oliver Hudson Kelly had a reputation as a "book farmer." He read many books on agriculture, applied what he learned to his agricultural experiments, and never hesitated to apply new techniques to improve his yields; According to legend, Kelly was the first person in the kingdom to have a mechanical reaper.

Aug 27 10:47

FLASHBACK - Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton gave guns to ISIS, Al Qaeda

Marc Turi, an American arms dealer, has claimed that he was made a scapegoat by the Obama administration and the Hillary Clinton-led State Department in a weapons program to arm Libyan rebels that spiraled out of control.

“I would say, 100 pe rcent, I was victimised ... to somehow discredit me, to throw me under the bus — you know — to do whatever it took to protect their next presidential candidate,” he told Fox News in the video above.

Turi faced trial for illegally selling arms, but charges were dropped on October 5. He told Fox News it was because Democrats were worried about political blowback for Clinton if it emerged that the government had accidentally put weapons in the hands of America’s enemies.

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Aug 25 10:19

“Revelations of Carter’s Former Advisor : ‘Yes, the CIA entered Afghanistan before the Russians…’” (1998)

Question: The former director of the CIA, Robert Gates, stated in his memoirs that the American intelligence services began to aid the Mujahiddin in Afghanistan six months before the Soviet intervention. In this period, you were the national security advisor to President Carter. You therefore played a key role in this affair. Is this correct?

Brzezinski: Yes. According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahiddin began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan on December 24, 1979. But the reality, closely guarded until now, is completely otherwise: Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention [emphasis added throughout].

Aug 23 08:03



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Aug 23 06:01

CIA Stories: Death Squads in Afghanistan

Aug 22 10:32

1904: The Worst Olympics Ever

Not every Olympics is a hit, but the 1904 Olympic Games in St. Louis, Missouri actually won gold when it came to the worst Games ever. To be fair, the Olympics as we know them today were brand new, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was not established until 1896, and the 1904 Games were only the third since the end of the ancient Olympics in the fourth century. . Still, the hilarious devastation of the sporting event seems like it could have been easily avoided with basic planning and some plain old common sense.

Off To A Bad Start

Aug 21 08:47

History Of The Goth

When you hear the word "goth," you may think of black clothing, macabre imagery, or sad music, but have you ever wondered where this subculture's name came from? The Goths were a real people or rather a name for various Germanic peoples who were famous for their retreat against the ever-increasing Roman Empire during the 4th and 5th centuries. In fact, it was in large part due to the Goths (along with the Vandals, who famously sacked Rome) that Europe broke away from Roman rule and split into smaller regions, including the Visigoths in what is now France and Spain and the Ostrogoths. were controlling. Taking land to the east, thus beginning the medieval era.

Aug 20 10:53

Photos From The Past (30 Pics)

Aug 20 10:22

The Fall Of Saigon

The Vietnam War was a complex and costly conflict between communist North Vietnam and western-backed South Vietnam, intended to determine the nation's future after Japan's withdrawal from World War II. However, it quickly escalated to a global scale as a proxy war between the Soviet Union and the anti-communist United States, which believed in the "domino theory", which suggested that a country falling under communist rule would prevent the entire region from falling. Communism will spread. . The Vietnam War became the second longest conflict in which the U.S. (the longest war in Afghanistan) and had its first coercive defeat, resulting in the deaths of more than three million Vietnamese and 58,220 Americans by the end of the war.

Aug 19 10:35

Baby Teeth Collected Six Decades Ago Will Reveal the Damage to Americans’ Health Caused by US Nuclear Weapons Tests

By Lawrence Wittner and Joseph Mangano

In 2020, Harvard University’s T. C. Chan School of Public Health began a five-year study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, that will examine the connection between early life exposure to toxic metals and later-life risk of neurological disease. A collaborator with Harvard, the Radiation and Public Health Project, will analyze the relationship of strontium-90 (a radioactive element in nuclear weapons explosions) and disease risk in later life.

The centerpiece of the study is a collection of nearly 100,000 baby teeth, gathered in the late 1950s and early 1960s by the St. Louis Committee for Nuclear Information...

Aug 18 11:25

Battle of Appomattox: Understanding General Lee's Surrender

The Battle of Appomattox Courthouse is considered by many historians the end of the Civil War and the start of post-Civil War America. The events of General Robert E. Lee’s surrender to General and future President Ulysses S. Grant at a small town courthouse in Central Virginia put into effect much of what was to follow.

The surrender at Appomattox Courthouse was about reconciliation, healing, and restoring the Union. While the Radical Republicans had their mercifully brief time in the sun rubbing defeated Dixie’s nose in it, largely in response to the Southern "Black Codes," they represented the bleeding edge of Northern radicalism that wanted to punish the South, not reintegrate it into the Union as an equal partner.

Aug 16 09:35

Afghanistan in the 1970s (4 Pics)

Aug 09 05:31

A U-2 and World Peace were Sabotaged in 1960

Aug 08 19:42

I Am Lyme Anon

Activist Post Editor's Note: This is a personal account originally addressed to General Flynn that we received of one person's battle with Lyme disease, as well as many references about the origins and how the medical establishment typically addresses these cases. While we cannot independently verify some of the personal details, both the research and the treatment line up with what we have heard from many people close to us (including family members) who have been similarly afflicted.

By Lyme Anon

Dear General Flynn,

I am hoping to bring attention to a crime against humanity impacting millions of Americans who don’t even know it, thanks to Deep State corruption: Lyme Disease.

Aug 06 14:18

A Tonkin Gulf Incident in the Gulf of Oman?

Lest we forget. It was in an August, 57 years ago, that the Tonkin Gulf incident occurred, which led America to plunge into an eight-year war in Vietnam. -- Whoever launched the drone strike sought to ensure that no new U.S.-Iran deal is consummated, that U.S. sanctions remain in place, and that a U.S. war with Iran remain a possibility. -- But, again, why would Tehran carry out such a drone attack and kill crewmen on an Israeli-owned vessel — then loudly deny it?

Aug 06 06:00

America Has Deployed Chemical and Biological Weapons on the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Vietnam, China, North Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and More

The US experimentation with bio-weapons goes back to the distribution of cholera-infect blankets to American Indian tribes in the 1860s. In 1900, US Army doctors in the Philippines infected five prisoners with a variety of plague and 29 prisoners with Beriberi. At least four of the subjects died. In 1915, a doctor working with government grants exposed 12 prisoners in Mississippi to pellagra, an incapacitating disease that attacks the central nervous system.

After World War I, the United States went on a chemical weapons binge, producing millions of barrels of mustard gas and Lewisite. Thousands of US troops were exposed to these chemical agents in order to “test the efficacy of gas masks and protective clothing”. The Veterans Administration refused to honor disability claims from victims of such experiments. The Army also deployed mustard gas against anti-US protesters in Puerto Rico and the Philippines in the 1920s and 1930s.

Aug 04 04:12

America’s ‘Great Leap Forward’ Into Socialism

After effecting passage of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, if Biden gets the $1 trillion infrastructure proposal and the $3.5 trillion package, he will have enlarged federal spending by $6 trillion. - This would constitute the greatest leap forward toward socialism of any American president, with Biden’s only rivals being previous record-holders Franklin D. Roosevelt during the 1930s’ New Deal and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society in the 1960s. -- If Biden succeeds in getting it all, this would not only be a quantum leap toward European-style socialism. It would cross a divide for America, from which history teaches us there is no return.

Aug 03 13:27

America has become its own worst enemy

Today it is the United States where people talk of secession, escaping a crumbling superpower ruled by geriatrics. This seems very unlikely to happen, more clickbait than reality, because why would you leave what has been for more than two centuries the richest, most impressive state on earth? But then a generation ago few would have foreseen the Soviet Union crumbling in a haze of alcoholic despair.

Aug 01 07:50


Machiavelli began working on The Prince at his country home, out of power, out of work, fearing poverty and death. He was probably pissed off, and a little bit crazy, from the torture and turn of his fortunes.

So he wrote The Prince, as brutal, honest advice on how to stay in power and dedicated it to the rulers of Florence.

Jul 30 14:19

For What Will We Go to War With China?

By what yardstick would we threaten war for the independence of Taiwan but continue to tolerate 60 years of totalitarian repression in Cuba, 90 miles away?

Jul 29 04:28

Is This Country Heading for the Exit?

The real question may be this: Three decades after the Soviet empire headed for the exit, is it possible that the far more powerful American one is ever so chaotically heading in the same direction? And if so, what does that mean for the rest of us?

Jul 28 06:23

The Truth Revealed About the Deadly 1918 Spanish Flu: It Was Actually Bacterial Pneumonia

When the United States entered WWI in April 1917, the fledgling pharmaceutical industry had something they had never had before: a large supply of human test subjects. During the war years of 1918 to 1919, the U.S. Army ballooned to 6 million men, of which 2 million were sent overseas. The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research took advantage of this new pool of human guinea pigs to conduct vaccine experiments.

In January 1918, vaccines were administered to soldiers at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Shortly afterward, the vaccine was offered by the Division Surgeon to the camp at large. The vaccine used was made in the laboratory of The Rockefeller Institute. Between Jan. 21 and June 4 of 1918, Dr. Frederick L. Gates reported an experiment in which soldiers were given three doses of a bacterial meningitis vaccine. The vaccines were spitball dosages of a vaccine serum derived from horses.

Jul 27 06:57

Wait, Slavery Is OUR "Original Sin"?

How many times have you heard that slavery was “America’s original sin”? I’m not quite sure what that means, but I think the idea is that slavery was a uniquely horrible thing that defines the United States and will stain whites forever. It’s one of the few things Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama agree on. There are books about it. Here’s a college course at UC Davis called “Slavery: America’s Original Sin: Part 1.”

The fact is, there has been slavery in every period of history, and just about everywhere. The Greeks and Romans had it, the ancient Egyptians had it, it’s all over the Bible, the Chinese and the pre-Columbian Indians had it, the Maoris in New Zealand had it, and the Muslims had it in spades. But I have never, ever heard of slavery being anyone else’s “original sin.”

About the only societies that never had slaves were primitive hunter-gatherers. As soon as people have some kind of formal social organization, they start taking slaves.

Jul 26 10:06

History Of Space Travel: From Science Fiction To Science Fact

Humans have been dreaming of visiting the stars for more than a millennium, dating back to 300 BC in ancient Sanskrit writings. The legend tells of flying machines, or planes, that may have been used by the gods to travel to heaven above. Similarly, Lucian: A True Story, the story of a mortal who becomes trapped in an interstellar war between divine space beings, was written in Ancient Greek around 170 CE by Lucian of Samosata (who, despite the title, admitted that the story was, in fact, not true).

Jul 25 09:50

How The Hollywood Sign Became An Icon

The Hollywood Sign, located in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, California, is one of the most iconic landmarks in America, with its bold white letters hovering over the city since its construction in 1923. Originally, the sign actually read "Hollywoodland", as it was created to promote a new housing suburb being built by developers Woodruff and Schultes, who thought its flashy lettering would attract the wealthy. Like 50-ft. The letters weren't enough, the Crescent Sign Company that installed it put more than 4,000 light bulbs on the letters, with "holly" then "wood" then "land" written on them, until the entire sign was finally illuminated.

Jul 25 07:03

How The US Government Faked A Pandemic In 1976

In 1976, an outbreak of the swine flu, influenza A virus subtype H1N1 at Fort Dix, New Jersey caused a mass vaccination of Americans. After the program began, the vaccine was associated with an increase in reports of Guillain-Barré Syndrome, which can cause paralysis, respiratory arrest, and death.

This is the story of how in 1976, the US government faked a pandemic.This chronology is heavily influenced by the official history of the affair, published in 1978 by the National Academies Press: The Swine Flu Affair: Decision-Making on a Slippery Disease.

In January 1976, several soldiers at Fort Dix complained of a respiratory illness diagnosed as influenza. The next month, Private David Lewis, who had the symptoms, participated in a five-mile forced march, collapsed and died.\

Jul 23 06:11

JFK: Accept Our Diverse World as It Is

Seven months after the Cuban missile crisis, President John F. Kennedy, at American University, laid out his view on how the East-West struggle should be conducted to avoid a catastrophic war that could destroy us both.

Kennedy’s message to Moscow and his fellow Americans:

"If (the United States and the Soviet Union) cannot end now our differences, at least we can make the world safe for diversity."

As George Beebe writes in his essay, "It’s a Big World: The Importance of Diversity in American Foreign Policy," in the July National Interest, Kennedy later elaborated:

"We must recognize that we cannot remake the world simply by our own command. … Every nation has its own traditions, its own values, its own aspirations. … We cannot remake them in our own image."

To Kennedy, a student of history, acceptance of the reality of a world of diverse political systems, many of them unfree, was a precondition of peace on earth and avoidance of a new world war.

Jul 22 07:43

Cannes 2021: Oliver Stone revisits 'JFK' • FRANCE 24 English

Jul 21 09:09


Commercials for mesothelioma often promote one thing: the $30 billion compensation fund for victims of asbestos. These commercials air so often that it’s easy to overlook how unique it was that a trust fund had to be established for victims of mesothelioma at all, let alone one so large.

What exactly happened that was so egregious that the courts mandated such a large and unprecedented source of compensation for victims?

The general outline of the story is well known: asbestos was used for decades in many industries until its full danger become known to the public and former employees began pursuing compensation en masse and effectively forced companies out of business. But the details of a decades long cover-up by the asbestos industry has faded with the passage of time.

You could claim for mesothelioma, but you can't for vaccine injury...

Jul 20 14:59

Jefferson Davis: Slavery and the Death of States' Rights

When one thinks of the Confederate States of America, one instantly thinks of two people, General Robert E. Lee and President Jefferson Davis. The life of both bear close examination for their historical significance and because they were men of principle and conviction who stood up for what they believed in – what they believed isn’t precisely what is taught in schools. Jefferson Davis in his role as the Confederate President is a sort of avatar for the end of a certain view of states’ rights that died when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox.

Who Was Jefferson Davis?

Jul 20 11:06

The Burning Of Washington: When The British Attacked The White House

The War of 1812 began after a series of trade disputes, thanks to Napoleon's nonstop military campaign in Central Europe, which ultimately left British sailors desperate enough to effectively kidnap and enlist them in his army. Meanwhile, Great Britain had always been helping Native Americans in an effort to stop the invading Western settlers. Obviously, this did not please the United States, so for the first time the young nation declared war on a foreign country.

Jul 20 06:00

A Question of Timing

Well, in 1787, in the midst of the Scottish Enlightenment that gave rise to Adam Smith, economist and historian Alexander Tytler is credited as having said: A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to exist up until the time that voters discover they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy, which is always followed by a dictatorship.

Jul 19 13:03

The Black Panther Coloring Book

This is but one horrific example of the tactics used by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to stifle legitimate dissent and violate the civil rights of political groups that the administration dislikes. Along with the anti-war movement, the Nixon White House targeted the civil rights movement for disruption, using on-campus informants to infiltrate and in many cases to disrupt legal protests and activism.

This coloring book, which was purported to be from the Black Panthers, had actually been rejected by them when it was brought to them by a man later revealed to have intelligence connections. Not to be troubled by the fact that the Panthers found the coloring book revolting, the FBI added even more offensive illustrations, and mass mailed it across America. It so infuriated the white population that they stopped listening to the legitimate grievances of the black people.

Jul 19 06:33

America Has Long History of Stolen Elections

If the first vote of convention delegates occurs, and no candidate receives a majority of the delegates’ votes, the convention is considered brokered. Before the U.S. began holding primary elections, however, political party elections in America were often brokered.

Take the case of renowned lawyer John W. Davis. He finally emerged the victor of the brokered 1924 Democratic National Convention (known forever after as the “Klanbake”)—after 103 ballots. Frontrunners Alfred E. Smith and William G. McAdoo lost to this surprise compromise candidate because their factions could not resolve differences over prohibition and other issues. (As an historical aside, in the early 1930s, Davis was accused by Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler of plotting to overthrow President Franklin D. Roosevelt.)

Jul 15 13:11



Dr David E Martin begins by saying, “I think every conversation about COVID and every conversation about SARS-Coronavirus is the wrong conversation for humanity to be having. And I think that we have been seduced into a distraction of epic proportions while a greater evil is being done.

“So I am not gonna fall for it! If you thought this was gonna be the ‘Find the Fauci’ moment, I’ve got a little teaser in there, you’ll get a little Fauci but that’s not what this is about. This is about the illusion of knowledge.

“And I have at the bottom of this slide, one of my favorite quotes from Hosea 4:6, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”

Jul 15 06:54

Oliver Stone Exposes JFK Assassination Cover-Up (JFK Revisited)

Jul 14 12:08

Oliver Stone Exposes JFK Assassination Cover-Up (JFK Revisited)

Jul 14 08:30

Not a lone wolf killing: New documentary on JFK assassination reveals ‘organized black op,’ director Oliver Stone tells RT

Oliver Stone has released a new documentary on the JFK assassination, revisiting a topic that made him a maverick in Hollywood. Despite what the mainstream narrative suggests, the evidence points to a clear conspiracy, he told RT.

Some three decades after the release of his groundbreaking and controversial film ‘JFK,’ Stone has returned once more to the events leading up to and following the gruesome killing in November 1963 of American’s 35th president. For the legendary filmmaker and director, the assassination is as relevant today as it was thirty years ago.

Jul 14 07:12

Truth About Slavery: Practiced by Africans and Arabs in Africa long before the White man got involved

Is slavery racist or is it based on economic motive? If a person wants understanding, these are important questions.

Slavery is presented to American school children as something that white people did to black people. Therefore, white people are racists and must pay in some way for the slavery of black people that ended in the US 156 years ago.

For example, about the black African kingdom of Dahomey Benin, Encyclopedia Britiannica says, “Dahomey was organized for war, not only to expand its boundaries but also to take captives as slaves. Slaves were either sold to the Europeans [or Muslims] in exchange for weapons or kept to work the royal plantations that supplied food for the army and court.”

Slavery had been a fact of life for millenniums. Long before white peoples had black slaves, they had white slaves, and were themselves slaves owned by Arabs. Read about this below.

Jul 09 11:44

Fr. Altman makes it clear:"NO MASK, NO VAX, EVER!" (Video)

Father James Altman of La Crosse, Wisconsin has been an outspoken critic of the lockdowns, mask mandates and experimental injections. We visited him on July 6 to discuss these important topics. On Thursday, his bishop removed his faculties.

Jul 08 10:43

The Story Of Margaretha Von Waldeck, The Real Snow White

Margareta Von Waldeck
Margretha von Waldeck was a German countess, born in 1533 as the second daughter of Philip IV, Count of Waldeck-Wildungen and his first wife. She was an extraordinary beauty, with—you guessed it—fair skin and ruby ??lips but blonde instead of dark hair, as depicted in later versions of the story. When she was just four years old, her mother died, and soon after, Philip married the beautiful but vain and shallow Katharina von Herzfeld. According to the stories, Katharina enjoyed admiring her own reflection so much that Philip gave her a large, ornate mirror as a wedding gift. Disappointingly, there is no evidence that he spoke.

Jul 08 06:23

Everything You Know About The Last Russian Tsar Is a Massive Lie. Here’s The Truth

"These members of the upper classes (and not all were traitors) were sponsored from the beginning by the West. The West considered that once its values of parliamentary democracy, republicanism or constitutional monarchy were introduced into Russia, it would become just another bourgeois Western country."

Jul 07 12:41

Rumsfeld Remembered as ‘Complex,’ ‘Energetic’—Not as Killer of Multitudes


Jul 04 19:03

The Man Who Prevented World War III

Jul 04 10:21

The Sweet Stevia Conspiracy

By Tom Theimer

Stevia, a plant once banned and confiscated in the U.S. during the ’80s and ’90s because it had non-toxic and sweet-tasting leaves, has a story all its own. Even Stevia’s own printed story was at one time seized by the FDA in Dallas with the intent to burn the publications.
Competition for Market Share

For me, the story of Stevia begins at the time of the Ford Administration during the early ’70s, shortly after Ford pardoned Nixon for his crimes. Donald Rumsfeld is the Secretary of Defense, while Dick Cheney serves as Chief of Staff under President Ford. Then President Carter takes office in 1977. So, where do fellows like Rumsfeld and Cheney go when they are not a part of their party’s political arena and need jobs? ...

Jun 29 19:40

Why Big Pharma Wants Human Vaccine Factories

By Julie Beal

Not all coronavirus vaccines use mRNA or DNA. Some of them contain ready-made spike proteins that are made using synthetic biology. They’re grotesquely unnatural and laced with weird adjuvants that most people have never heard of. The way the artificial proteins are made reveals the short cuts being taken with the mRNA/DNA versions and why calling them vaccines is the equivalent to saying a home-brew kit is the same as a glass of wine.

Bringing the DNA to life

Jun 29 06:57

The Crimes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Four Senators Ask Biden to Clear Oppenheimer’s Name

When the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II, 110,000-210,000 people were instantly killed. Japan surrendered in the days that followed. Not long after, nuclear physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who led the Manhattan Project—the research and development program that produced the bomb—was awarded the highest US honor bestowed on civilians for his contribution to the war effort: a Medal of Merit. But Oppenheimer came to regret his participation in the unprecedented devastation, which included thousands more deaths over time due to radiation exposure.

Jun 28 14:17

Are We at the Inception of an Inflationary Depression?

Well, for the world to have reached such a precarious situation as I have painted above, the problems have to be deep-rooted, fundamental, and long-standing. That is the case, and as Mises said during 1951, the origins can predictably be traced to the Central Banks.

Jun 27 11:28

One nation under GREED…

Everywhere you go, everything you do, and every which way you look, we’re getting swindled, cheated, conned, robbed, raided, pickpocketed, mugged, deceived, defrauded, double-crossed and fleeced by governmental and corporate shareholders of the American police state out to make a profit at taxpayer expense. -- Unfortunately, in the 200-plus years since we established our own government, we’ve let bankers, turncoats and number-crunching bureaucrats muddy the waters and pilfer the accounts to such an extent that we’re back where we started.

Jun 27 05:55

Blood & Fog: The Military's Germ Warfare Tests in San Francisco

The Nuremberg Code was drafted in 1947 following the appalling revelations of human experimentation committed in Nazi concentration camps. The overarching goal of the Code was to establish a set of rules for the ethical conduct of research using human subjects, guaranteeing that the rights and welfare of such participants would be protected. Two important principles guide and define this Code: the concept of voluntary, informed consent and that no experiment shall be conducted in which “there is an a priori reason to believe that death or disabling injury will occur.”

Just four short years later, the government of the United States would violate the Code as it undertook one of the largest human experiments in history, spraying the city of San Francisco with a microbe, Serratia marcescens, in a simulated germ warfare attack.

Jun 23 12:25

Biden Democrats: Want The Failed Australian Gun Ban Plan

It’s obvious from the Democrats’ rhetoric that they do want our guns. They are uncomfortable with the thought of civilians and millions of conservative Americans owning firearms. And even though gun owners have compromised in past years on laws that have hardly functioned, the anti-gun crowd still believe that more restrictive laws will work to bring peace, as they keep promising.

Jun 23 11:33

They’ve Done This Before: Five Past Cases of FBI Incitement

Now, for your edification, we would like to present five of the most egregious incidents of the federal government inciting the crimes it claims to be fighting.

Jun 23 07:37

New Evidence Reveals that Senator John McCain and Other High-Ranking Vietnam War POWs May Have Lied to the American Public About Being Tortured

Collusion by the White House, the Pentagon, and the mainstream media resulted in disparagement, denial, and suppression of eyewitness testimony confirming that most POWs were actually well-treated by their North Vietnamese captors (in contrast to the brutal torture and death often meted out to North Vietnamese POWs by U.S. forces).

When numerous U.S. POWs began to understand the truth about the war they had been fighting, they spoke out against it—voluntarily—as an act of conscience. But they were cynically portrayed as traitors, turncoats and “camp rats,” their reputations and lives destroyed, driving many to despair and even suicide.

Among the few memories that most Americans still retain of the Vietnam War—now nearly 60 years in the past—one of the most vivid centers around the torture suffered by Senator John McCain at the hands of his brutal Vietnamese captors while a prisoner of war in Hanoi’s Hoa Lo prison (AKA The Hanoi Hilton).

Jun 23 01:30

Left-wing brainwashing of our youth is complete: College students seethe at the sight of the American flag, claiming it represents oppression and evil

After decades of infiltrating our nation’s primary education system, the American left, which has also taken over the [un]Democratic Party, has achieved its objective of brainwashing an entire generation of young Americans into hating the only country on the planet that guarantees them liberties and freedoms no other nation has ever done or will ever do.

Jun 22 13:07

Who Made Supermarkets Possible?

By Neenah Payne

Americans take frozen foods, foods shipped across the country, and supermarkets for granted. That allows us to enjoy foods year round when they are out of season in our area but are shipped from California and Florida and elsewhere. However, this was not even possible until the 1940s.

The refrigerated truck — one of the most important inventions for agriculture — was created by Frederick McKinley Jones...

Jun 21 11:03

The Roman Empire Depended Upon Slavery

Slavery in the ancient world, not to mention in the city of Rome itself, was vital to both the economy and even the social fabric of society.

Whilst it was commonplace throughout the Mediterranean region, and the Hellenistic regions in the east, it was not nearly so vital to others as it was to the dominance of Rome.

As the Romans consolidated their hegemony of Italy and Sicily, followed by the systematic conquest of western Europe, countless millions of slaves were transported to Rome, the Italian countryside and Latin colonies all over Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'll bet those slaves' descendants never get reparations. After all, they're white!

Jun 21 06:49

Spring-Heeled Jack: The Jumping Fiend Who Terrorized Victorian England

A mythical figure, larger than life, capable of leaping tall buildings in a single range. No, it's not Superman but Spring-heeled Jack, a dangerous crook from Victorian London who terrorized his victims before jumping over stone walls and fences of impressive height. Was the spring-heeled jack the product of overactive imaginations? Or was there something more to the urban legend?

Victorians loved the supernatural
Ghost stories and tales of the supernatural were wildly popular in Victorian times. Literature such as A Christmas Carol, The Body Snatcher, and The Turn of the Screw flourished, and scenes like Tupperware parties were common. There are many explanations for Victorian England's obsession with death and the afterlife, including fears of a changing economic climate and a growing industrial revolution, but originally, the culture was ripe for a domestic boogeyman.

Jun 19 17:37

Challenger space shuttle crew likely SURVIVED first seconds after explosion before their capsule crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, book claims

The brave crew on board the Challenger space shuttle likely survived the first few seconds after its devastating explosion, a new book has claimed.

The capsule carrying crew members Michael Smith, Francis (Dick) Scobee, Ronald McNair, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe was ejected intact into the fireball, according to author Kevin Cook.

His new book 'The Burning Blue: The Untold Story of Christa McAuliffe and NASA's Challenger' claims that the crew 'were conscious, at least at first, and fully aware that something was wrong' in the immediate moments after the explosion over the Atlantic Ocean in Florida in 1986.

Jun 19 11:27

Why the Regime’s Regulatory Power Is a Standing Threat to America

By Jacob G. Hornberger

Whenever some foreign regime that is independent of the U.S. Empire goes after dissenters, U.S. officials trot out the First Amendment to show how different the United States is. Here, people are free to criticize government officials without fear of being put in jail or otherwise punished for exercising their free speech rights, they proudly point out.

However, what goes unexplained in such pious proclamations is why so many leading executives in big American companies remain silent when it comes to America’s foreign wars, foreign interventions, coups, alliances with dictators, torture, mass secret surveillance, indefinite detention, denial of due process, Gitmo, state-sponsored assassinations, and other dark-side activities of the U.S. national-security establishment.

The reason is that every one of those executives knows that federal officials are able to retaliate against them in indirect ways for criticizing their policies and operations...

Jun 18 12:36

Old and New Official Enemies

There is only one solution to this sordid, deadly, destructive, and corrupt racket: the dismantling, not the reform, of the national-security state apparatus and the restoration of America’s founding governmental system of a limited-government republic. That’s the way to lead America to peace, prosperity, and harmony with the people of the world.

Jun 17 13:19

Hidden Roots of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

By Neenah Payne

The interesting story of the CSA model begins in the 1960s and ‘70s, with a man named Booker T. Whatley, a Black horticulturist and agricultural professor...

Jun 16 11:25

The CIA Attempts Coups in Nicaragua with Tax Dollars Through US Agencies and Corporate Foundations: USAID Does Not Provide Aid – It Carries Out Coups

Since the Sandinistas won the 2006 election their anti-poverty policies have had enormous success.

The country is 90% self-sufficient in food. 99% of the population have electricity in their homes that is now generated with 70+% green energy; International financial Institutions including the World Bank, the International Development Bank and The Central American Bank for Economic Integration praise Nicaragua for its excellent, efficient project execution. it has one of the best health systems in Latin America praised by the International Monetary Fund, with 20 new state of the art hospitals since 2007 achieving one of the lowest Covid mortality rates in the world. Poverty, extreme poverty, maternal, child and infant mortality have all been cut at least in half. Nicaragua is number one in the world in both women in politics and women in ministerial positions and it is fifth in gender equity behind the Nordic nations.

Jun 16 11:05


In 1804, a mass killing occurred in Haiti. The Haitian Massacre was an organized cleansing that was carried out against the remaining white population of French Creoles by the order of Jean-Jacques Dessalines. The massacre, which took place in the entire territory of Haiti, was carried out from early February 1804 until April 22, 1804, and resulted in the deaths of between 3,000 and 5,000 people of all ages and genders.

Soldiers went from door to door, torturing and killing entire families. Whites who had been cordial and helpful towards the black population were also killed. The second wave of murders followed, during which all white women and children were killed. The argument for killing the women was that whites would not truly be eradicated if the white women were spared to give birth to new Frenchmen.

Jun 16 09:29

Global Debt From $300 Trillion To $2 Quadrillion In Next 5-10 Years

It is only with this ingenious Hocus Pocus scheme that the politicians have been able to increase the US federal debt every single year for 90 years without a financial collapse. And at the same time the scheme has allowed the politicians to stay in power without the system going bankrupt. -- Obviously the politicians are only given the illusion by the bankers that they are actually in power. The bankers constantly make the politicians insecure by letting the opposing party win regularly. The bankers know that fear and insecurity combined with financial power give them perfect control of the politicians.

Jun 16 09:03

Why Stimulus Does Not Stimulate

Stimulus is now untethered from its roots. At one time it was a cynical response to institutional conditions that prevented wages from keeping up with prices. Today, no longer a particular response to the unique conditions in one place and time, stimulus has become a universal solvent to heal all economic ills. Stimulus has become 1) wish for something, 2) print money, 3) profit.

Jun 15 11:39

The Lessons of Waco -- Ron Paul

Waco illustrates the dangers to our lives and liberties posed by a hyper-interventionist foreign policy. Eventually the deadly tools of the military-industrial complex will be brought home and used against US citizens. -- In the 28 years since Waco, the military-industrial complex’s role in domestic law enforcement has grown. This is largely thanks to the Section 1033 program that provides military-grade equipment to local law enforcement. The people will not be safe from militarized law enforcement until Section 1033 is repealed and the military-industrial complex is dismantled.