Oct 16 08:02

Italian Sailors Reportedly Knew About Americas Over 150 Years Before Christopher Columbus

The Italian explorer has been dubbed the discoverer of the New World. His transatlantic voyages carried out at the end of the 15th and the beginning of the16th centuries opened the way for European exploration and colonisation of the Americas.

Italian sailors knew about the Americas more than 150 years before Christopher Columbus, claims Paolo Chiesa, professor of Medieval Latin Literature. Professor Chiesa says he made the discovery after transcribing and detailing an ancient chronicle, Cronica Universalis, written by an Italian monk named Galvano Fiamma.

Penned around 1340, the document features an account by sailors from Columbus' hometown Genoa of a land dubbed "Markland" inhabited by "giants".

Oct 13 08:43

Did Rockefeller create the ‘Spanish Flu’ pandemic of 1918?

It Started with the Rockefeller Institute’s Crude Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Experiment on US Troops. The 1918-19 bacterial vaccine experiment may have killed 50-100 million people.

What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true? What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin?

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

Oct 12 11:25

The “Year Ending In 1” Curse

What I am going to share with you today is very strange.  Just recently, a friend of mine named “Ben” suggested that I do some research on years ending in the number one.  So I started to do some digging, and I just kept finding more stuff.  In particular, there appears to be a pattern of great tragedies that keeps repeating every 20 years.  I don’t know what it means, but it sure is odd.  I will share what I have found, and you can decide for yourself what to make of it.

Oct 11 17:43

Devolution Part 1 - How did we get here?

On January 20th, 2021, President Donald Trump delivered his final speech at Joint Base Andrews before boarding Air Force One, leaving the Presidency and the fate of America in the corrupt hands of Joe Biden and his handlers. Like many, I was devastated and even more so, I was confused. It was obvious that the election of 2020 was rife with fraud even though the mainstream media has been diligent in emphasizing that it was the most secure election in history and that Joe Biden is the most popular “president” in history.

None of this added up. As I’ll show you in this series, Trump knew that the political establishment was using Covid-19 and the resulting push for mail-in ballots to cheat on a massive scale. Was Trump really going to let them get away with it? Was Trump going to allow America to fail without putting up a real fight? Did Trump just walk away after having his second term so obviously stolen from him?


NOTE: Well researched high octane speculation!

Oct 11 10:53

The Not-So-Black-And-White History Of The Tuxedo

It is possible that the tuxedo was popularized by a man named James Brown Potter (not to be confused with the Father of the Spirit or Harry Potter) of Tuxedo, New York, when he was said to be playing a ball during a But the future king had faced Edward VII. A trip to England in the summer of 1886. The then-Prince of Wales was a fashion designer, so the story goes, and he boasted of a casual, short black jacket he designed based on contemporary British military uniforms that he insisted Potter simply snag for himself. needed. After being favored by a royal tailor at Henry Poole & Co on Savile Row, Potter returned to New York and wore his new threads to that year's grand Autumn Ball in Tuxedo Park's Rizzie Village, where it was an instant hit and the new disciples made it only. Started saying "tuxedo.

Oct 11 10:33

Alexander Graham Bell’s bizarre tetrahedral kites, 1902-1912

In his continuing research, Bell became obsessed with the idea of ??building a kite large enough to carry a man. He actually created the box kite design in this quest to make the ultimate kite. This particular design joins several triangular kites together with a frame to form a box. Doing so increased the kite's surface area with a slight increase in weight - a good measure of improved flight capability.

Bell combined several box-like cells to form a large pyramidal structure with three triangular sides and a triangular base. This geometric form, known as a tetrahedral, is one of nature's most stable structures. Although it looks very complicated, tetrahedral kites are very manageable during flight.

Oct 10 11:01

“The Trust Game” — New Limited Series Documentary from Truthstream Media

By Truthstream Media

Research and documentary duo Aaron & Melissa Dykes turn their focus to an intricate and long-winding path that connects the foundations of modern society with the rise of central banks – as the insipid but immensely influential policies of money issuance weave together the shadowy sinews of history’s most pivotal events.

From colonial expansion, to the creation of the Federal Reserve, up to our volatile age of cryptocurrency and digital authorization, the contentious battleground of finance has pitted presidents and congressional representatives alike against the unmovable power of lenders and moneymakers, who’ve worked to tip the scales towards centralized authority at the expense of individual sovereignty.

Attempting a greater context, The Trust Game is a 10-part, over 10-hour series aiming to sharpen global events spinning blurry in the rapid stages of development...

Oct 10 08:32

An Important Lesson From History Every American Should Know: America’s War For Independence Was Not A Revolution Or Rebellion, But Resistance To Tyranny!

Many sincere Christians have confused, conflicting, and convoluted notions about what became the War for Independence or, as some call it, the Revolutionary War. However, it was not a revolution but a war of self-defense, and that fact is seldom discussed in America’s classrooms. When the pertinent facts are known, Americans will have no embarrassment over our “rebel” past.

The Stamp Act of 1765 was a power grab by King George III whereby various publications and legal forms in America would require a stamp (tax) before they could be issued. The colonialists resented the act as being taxation without representation. That same year Virginia’s Patrick Henry weighed in with his speech advocating “no taxation without representation.” England repealed the act the following year.

Things simmered for a while, then came the 1770 Townshend Acts, a tax on goods imported from England. Citizens in Boston protested, resulting in the Boston Massacre where five Americans were killed.

Oct 10 06:39

We Need Great Historians Like David Irving - Our Knowledge of WW2 Is Completely Wrong

Ron Unz is one of the best men of our time. He searches for truth and he supports others who do the same. In this article, he comes to the defense of David Irving, the best historian of the 20th century.http://www.unz.com/announcement/the-remarkable-historiography-of-david-irving/

Zionists destroyed David Irving’s livelihood with slander and libel, because he made public a letter from the former chancellor of Germany, Hitler’s predecessor, to Winston Churchill, a letter that Irving found in the American publisher’s file of Winston Churchill’s history of the war, and which the publisher prevented Churchill from publishing in his history.

Oct 08 11:08

The Horrors Of The Jersey Devil

Birth of a Devil
As with most legends, it is difficult to tell what is true about the Jersey Devil, and stories vary by time and tell. For the most part, however, the legend of the Jersey Devil begins with a poor woman named "Mother" Leeds, who had 12 children and a dead husband. Upon learning that she was pregnant with her 13th child, she is said to have wisely cursed Akash, declaring that it would be a "devil". When the baby was born, everything seemed fine: 10 fingers, 10 toes, etc. However, in a matter of minutes, the baby grew into a deformed and fearsome animal, with feathers, claws and hooves and attacked. Many in the house before eventually blowing up the chimney and fleeing into the pine forest.

Oct 08 11:03

The story of the Radio Hat, 1949

In 1949, Viktor Hoflich held a press conference to introduce "Man from Mars, Radio Hat". Hoflich knew a picture would tell a story, so he had several teenagers modeling Radio Hats for journalists and photographers. Soon photographs and news began appearing in newspapers from coast to coast. The articles usually included a picture of a young woman wearing a hat and a six-paragraph story.

Although Radio Hat had a futuristic look at the time, it was actually due to technical limitations. While the transistor was invented in 1947, it was still experimental and not widely available. Hat's radio relied on vacuum tube technology, and Hoflich made the tubes a key feature as well as loop aerials. The tuning knob sat between the two valves. The battery was placed in the user's pocket.

Oct 05 12:32

The 2001 Anthrax Deception


Oct 04 11:25

The Bertillon system that cataloged criminals by their physical measurements, 1894

In the late nineteenth century, the photography of criminals was standardized as anthropological photography, largely due to the work of Paris police officer Alphonse Bertillon (1853–1914).

The son of Louis Adolphe Bertillon, a renowned anthropologist who used figures to describe humans, Alphonse Bertillon developed a verbal and visual system for describing criminals. His main interest was to identify repeat offenders – that is, repeat offenders. Called the "spoken analogy", Bertillon's invention is known today as the mugshot.

Oct 04 11:09

History Of The Vampire

From the Asanbosom of southern Ghana to the Puychen of Chile to the Qing-dynasty Jiangxi of China, some versions of the vampire have existed across cultures and "through the oceans of time," as Dracula would say. However, much of what we identify as vampires today comes from movies and books, largely rooted in the ever-evolving mythology of Eastern Europe.

Early death was widespread in the Middle Ages, as disease and plague ravaged the European continent, and the vampire lore that arose from it was rooted in the misunderstanding of certain diseases. Symptoms range from common (such as tuberculosis, which can cause bleeding around the mouth) to rare (such as porphyria, which causes sensitivity to sunlight and gums that give the appearance of long, dentures) Those who are easily recognized in vampire mythology.

Oct 04 05:40

REPOST - A Company Family: The Untold History of Obama and the CIA

Obama’s record as president should not have been surprising given his family background.

His mother, Ann Dunham, worked for U.S. government agencies and allied NGOs—the Ford Foundation, Asia Foundation, Development Alternatives Inc., and United States Agency for International Development (USAID)—in Indonesia in the 1960s and 1970s as well as Ghana, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Thailand.

Ann had training in the Russian language which, with everything combined, made her a “CIA recruiter’s wet dream.”[8]

The microfinancing projects that she worked on to help turn traditional craft industries into sustainable businesses were designed to “tether third world masses to the mentality of finance capitalism,” as Obama’s unauthorized biographer put it.

Oct 03 06:39

A Company Family: The Untold History of Obama and the CIA

Obama’s record as president should not have been surprising given his family background.

His mother, Ann Dunham, worked for U.S. government agencies and allied NGOs—the Ford Foundation, Asia Foundation, Development Alternatives Inc., and United States Agency for International Development (USAID)—in Indonesia in the 1960s and 1970s as well as Ghana, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Thailand.

Ann had training in the Russian language which, with everything combined, made her a “CIA recruiter’s wet dream.”[8]

The microfinancing projects that she worked on to help turn traditional craft industries into sustainable businesses were designed to “tether third world masses to the mentality of finance capitalism,” as Obama’s unauthorized biographer put it.

Oct 02 11:17

Why do we celebrate Christmas on 25 December?

Ah, Christmas: According to Andy Williams and basically every retailer in the Western world, the most amazing time of the year. However, as we get lost in the beauty of twinkling lights, sparkling ribbons and pointed eggs, it can be easy to forget the origins of Christmas. Of course, we all know about the birth of Jesus, but where have our Christmas traditions come from, and why do we celebrate it every year on 25 December? We do not even know when Maria Carrie was born. How are we so confident about Jesus?

Webmaster addition: The bible states Jesus was born in lambing time, which is actually late April and early May. December 25th was chosen to celebrate Christmas because that was the date of the Roman Feast of the Saturnalia, which the church wanted to obliterate!

Oct 02 10:47

General Ambrose Burnside, whose unusual facial hair led to the coining of the term "sideburns", 1865

Sideburns are patches of facial hair growing on the sides of the face, extending from the hairline to just below the ears, and worn with a bare chin. The word sideburn is a 19th-century corruption of the original burnsides, named after American Civil War general Ambrose Burnside, who was known for his unusual facial hairstyle that added thick sideburns through the mustache, but not the chin. Leaves it clean shaven.
Ambrose Everett Burnside (May 23, 1824 – September 13, 1881), as a Union Army general in the American Civil War, led successful campaigns in North Carolina and eastern Tennessee but was defeated at the disastrous Battle of Fredericksburg and the Battle of Crater. He was a common man against whom history has been extremely cruel. He was instrumental in securing early victories for the Union on the Atlantic Coast. He was a fair administrator and had a good strategic sense.

Sep 30 19:53

How US Techno-nationalism Spawned a Global Electronic Kraken

By Mathew Maavak

We may have enjoyed a more equitable and decentralized international system today if not for US intervention on behalf of Microsoft. Big Tech thereafter ushered in a series of techno-social function creeps at the expense of fundamental freedoms.

It was the 1980s. A resurgent Japan was colonizing one civilian market after another through sheer diligence and ingenuity. In terms of quantity and quality, Japanese manufacturers were bankrupting a variety of industrial strongholds, ranging from Swiss watchmakers to US auto giants to Indian textile plants. Whether they be school stationeries, household appliances or nylon saris, quality-with-affordability could only be Made in Japan. America was particularly in deep trouble...

Sep 30 11:29

Life in the American concentration camp of Manzanar, 1943

Manzanar, Spanish for "apple orchard", originated in the dream of a fruit-growing empire soon after 1900 and is today a national symbol of America's decision at the start of World War II to cut thousands of citizens of its Japanese ancestry into barbed wire. limits behind. . The photographs collected here were taken by the great photographer Ansel Adams in 1943.

After the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States government moved quickly to begin solving the "Japanese problem" on the West Coast of the United States. In the evening hours of the same day, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested select "enemy" aliens, including more than 5,500 Issy men. Many citizens in California were concerned about possible activities by people of Japanese descent.

Sep 30 10:51

Rare photographs of men embracing intimately in Victorian times, 1850-1890

Victorians were known for their conservative lifestyles, but these paintings show that many men of that era were not afraid to show affection. Provocative black-and-white images from the nineteenth century show men in surprisingly intimate embraces.

They are seen holding hands, wrapping their arms around each other, sitting with their feet on each other's laps, and enjoying intimate physical contact without any apparent concern.

These photographs, mainly stereographs and daguerreotypes, are part of a collection given by Columbia University librarian Herbert Mitchell to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

As you can see, these paintings document men of all social positions, intellectuals, working men, teachers, painters etc. However little is known about the subjects, so their relationship remains open to interpretation.

Sep 29 11:03

The Nearly Invisible Wires That Enclose Nearly All Major Cities of The World

Unbeknownst to many, there are translucent fishing lines that wrap hundreds of cities around the world. On utility poles and lamp posts, above pedestrian heads and on the roofs of homes, these wires are barely visible and hardly affect the lives of millions of people living in these cities. But for Orthodox Jews, these imperceptible strings, running for dozens of miles, mark an important religious boundary that allows devoted people to maintain their faith.

Sep 29 09:57

Remembering the End of the World (Full Documentary) - ThunderboltsProject

Produced in 1996, Remembering the End of the World was the first documentary covering David Talbott's labors to reconstruct celestial events in ancient times. The Ben Ged Low film traces Talbott's work back to its beginning in the early 70s.

By following an original inspiration in the work of Immanuel Velikovsky, Talbott discovered a massive ancient story focused on the remote planet Saturn, a celestial power remembered as the "primeval sun."

This documentary is the first production dealing with the mythic imagery of the "Polar Configuration". In the years that followed, the presentation helped to inspire other dedicated researchers, several of whom are still pursuing the subject today.

Sep 28 17:47

Book Review: “At The Breaking Point of History”

By Joe Wright

The investigative work of Janet Phelan has long been an integral part of the information readers can expect at Activist Post, particularly in the area of bioweapons. As I detailed in my review of her previous book, Exile, her work has consistently put her in the crosshairs of an establishment that has been more than resistant to her line of questioning. Exile recounted her literal flight, which she was compelled to take in order to continue presenting her findings to the world. Under alarming “person of interest” protocols over the ensuing 7 years, we are fortunate that Ms. Phelan has successfully completed and released a new book which is sure to turn over new rocks and expose further grave misdeeds to the light.

Sep 28 11:37

With militarised media as a weapon of mass deception, what is the plan?

Fernando Guevara argues that mainstream media, the police and other "civilian institutions", have become militarised. "Even on the internet, algorithms are re-set to catch what suits Zionists/Israel, while a lot of what sheds light on their terror is simply removed/de-platformed.">>

Sep 28 11:07

The Legacy Of Cesar Chavez, American Labor Activist

After his family lost his farm in Arizona during the Great Depression, a young Cesar Chavez learned firsthand the struggles migrant farm workers had to face for fair wages, protection from abuse, and workers' rights. After dropping out of school to work with his family in the areas of California, he enlisted in the Navy to serve the United States during World War II and spent his early adulthood reading and learning history, which later led to his death. He served him well in campaigning for basic rights in India. For your fellow workers.

Sep 28 10:56

The History Of Flight: From Da Vinci To The Wright Bros

The dream of flight is perhaps humanity's most coherent and fundamental dream, spanning all cultures as far as historians can see, as depicted in cave paintings and ancient myths. They weren't always positive: the Greek myth of Icarus, a courageous young man who crafted his own pair of feathers made of wax and feathers to fly like a bird, but died a terrible death when they melted because he was "too close." The sun has flown away," may be figurative, but it was again very clear: the ancient Greek attitude towards human flight.

Ancient Flight

Sep 28 10:49


On October 26, the deadline for the public disclosure of the CIA’s still-secret records relating to the Kennedy assassination comes due. At that point, the issue will be: Will President Biden order the National Archives to release the CIA’s long-secret records or will he continue the U.S. national-security establishment’s almost 60-year-old cover up of its regime-change operation in Dallas on November 26, 1963?

Make no mistake about it: Biden, like his predecessor President Donald Trump, will continue the cover-up. That’s because the CIA will demand it.

Mind you, this is just my prediction. I don’t know as a fact that the CIA has even asked Biden to continue shielding its long-secret records from the American people. When I asked the National Archives to identify any agencies that have expressed an interest in another extension of time for secrecy, they refused to provide an answer to my question.

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Sep 28 08:41

Did The Vikings Reach Ancient Mexico?

Ancient ruins in Newfoundland are certainly tied to Vikings, so we know they reached at least North America, and the Norse sagas about the long journey of a man named Eri Marsan are very similar to Maya legends. According to these stories, Marsan sailed from Ireland for Greenland in 965, but a violent storm blew up his ship. When he finally reached the land, he encountered a population of friendly natives, who nonetheless engaged in certain practices Marsan found suspicious, particularly human sacrifice. It may have ended in a bloody ancient culture war, but Marsan found common ground with the natives, taught them some new skills and even found a new city in this strange land. Marsan stayed with the native people for some time but eventually went back to Ireland in his long boat.

Sep 26 10:08

The Property Instinct and the Utter Futility of Socialism

By Robert E. Wright

If you are like me, you regularly interact with people who remain unfazed by America’s recent giant strides towards authoritarian socialism, of an economy run largely by, and for, state actors and their corporate minions. Those who bother to engage the problem at all eventually exclaim something like “Well, no society has ever tried ideal socialism,” by which they mean a system that truly redistributes wealth according to everyone’s needs.

A new book from Chapman University law and economics professor Bart Wilson entitled The Property Species nowhere mentions communism, Marx, or socialism but nevertheless provides a powerfully cogent explanation for why socialism, especially “ideal” socialism, can never work — it’s inhuman because it doesn’t account for humanity’s property instinct...

Sep 25 07:23


Smallpox, or “the speckled monster”, was the most feared disease of the 18th century. According to what we are told, the people of Europe at the time were helpless against smallpox until a young doctor named Edward Jenner observed that dairy maids who had previously contracted “cowpox” were immune from the disease. This led Jenner to develop a vaccine that was credited with ending the epidemic and eventually eradicating smallpox altogether. The romanticized tale of Jenner, the dairy maid, and the discovery of vaccination has gone down in the history books as one of the great triumphs of modern medicine.

Sep 24 05:55


Wuhan and US scientists were planning to release enhanced airborne coronavirus particles into Chinese bat populations to inoculate them against diseases that could jump to humans, leaked grant proposals dating from 2018 show.

Sep 23 11:02

The Rock Springs Massacre Of 1885: When 28 Chinese Miners Were Slaughtered, Homes Burned

Shortly after dawn on September 2, 1885, an argument broke out between Chinese and European immigrant workers of the Union Pacific Coal Company, and it is difficult to know the exact sequence of events at the mine that morning. Two Chinese miners were brutally beaten and one died. Rather than attempt to prevent or cover up the killing, European miners actually exited the mine in protest of the presence of Chinese miners and traveled to the nearby town of Rock Springs, Wyoming, where they found one of the worst racial apostles. carry through. Genocide in American History.

Sep 23 05:49

Ancient Pimple Poppers: Acne Treatments Through The Years

It may sound like a typical modern concern, but acne has challenged the epidermal form throughout history. Today, we treat breakouts with patches and potions specially designed by scientists for such purposes, but almost every culture has its own folk remedies, and some of them are worse than living with only a few pimples. seem.

ancient acne treatment

Sep 20 10:58

Monsanto–A Village Built Among Rocks.

Southeast of Serra da Estrela in Portugal, perched on the side of a mountain, is a lonely and enchanting village of Monsanto

Sep 20 10:47

The Dragon Like Legs of Dong Tao Chicken

A rare Vietnamese chicken breed called the Dong Tao, prized for its delicious meat, has one of the most thickest legs usually not seen among birds of that size. This chicken breed is endemic to the Dong Tao commune in Khoai Chau district, about 30km from Hanoi. Once bred exclusively to serve the royal family and mandarins, this rare breed is now prized by chicken breeders and its meat is served in expensive restaurants that cater to the wealthy. The legs themselves are a delicacy.

Sep 20 10:33

How the CIA Hid Their MKULTRA Mind-Control Program

If you think these experiments were so extreme they bear no resemblance to modern psychiatry, think again. Thorazine, the first so-called anti-psychotic drug, was researched on the basis of its ability to make humans profoundly quiescent and passive. Electroshock and lobotomy are straight-out torture techniques that also destroy parts of the brain. SSRI antidepressants increase violent behavior, including homicide. Among its many documented effects, Ritalin can induce hallucinations and paranoia.

Well, all these effects are part and parcel of the original (and ongoing) MKULTRA.

Sep 19 04:51


Back in the early 1990s, I spoke with John Marks, author of The Search for the Manchurian Candidate. This was the book (1979) that helped expose the existence and range of the infamous CIA MKULTRA program.

Marks related the following facts to me. He had originally filed many Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests for documents connected to the CIA’s mind-control program. He got nothing back.

Finally, as if to play a joke on him, someone at the CIA sent Marks 10 boxes of financial and accounting records. The attitude was, “Here, see what you can do with this.”

I’ve seen some of those records. They’re very boring reading.

But Marks went through them, and lo and behold, he found he could piece together MKULTRA projects, based on the funding data.

Eventually, he assembled enough information to begin naming names. He conducted interviews. The shape of MKULTRA swam into view. And so he wrote his book, The Search for the Manchurian Candidate.

Sep 17 09:54

How The CIA Hid Their MKULTRA Mind-control Program

By Jon Rappoport

Back in the early 1990s, I spoke with John Marks, author of The Search for the Manchurian Candidate. This was the book (1979) that helped expose the existence and range of the infamous CIA MKULTRA program.

Marks related the following facts to me. He had originally filed many Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests for documents connected to the CIA’s mind-control program. He got nothing back.

Finally, as if to play a joke on him, someone at the CIA sent Marks 10 boxes of financial and accounting records. The attitude was, “Here, see what you can do with this.”...

Here is an MKULTRA sub-project you may not have heard of...

Sep 16 09:23

America in the 1950s (30 Pics)

Sep 15 09:13

Chilling photo captures moment ‘IRA prisoner’ faces firing squad during Irish civil war in series of unseen images belonging to Irish Defence Force soldier

Previously-unseen photographs from a soldier in the then newly-formed Irish Army in the 1920s are set to go up for auction.

Sep 12 10:04

Unanswered Questions: What the September Eleventh Families Asked and the 9/11 Commission Ignored

It will break your heart but restore your faith in what a writer dedicated to the truth can do for those family members who have so long sought the bread of truth and were handed stones of silence.

Sep 12 09:40

9/11 & The Strangest Fires Ever Told

Dr. Sunder’s claim of a “first time” is the first clue. It points out that such a fire-induced progressive collapse had never happened before in the entire 117 year history of high-rises at that time. That makes Dr. Sunder’s fire-induced claim unprecedented (without a precedent) and thus by definition, extraordinary.

Sep 11 10:18

The Unbelievable Comeback Story Of Elizabeth Robinson Schwartz, Olympic Heroine And Accident Victim

The ranks of Olympic gold medalists are filled with inspiring stories of the triumph of the human spirit, but not many can top Olympic heroine Elizabeth "Betty" Schwartz, who essentially came back from the dead to win gold. .

Olympic Dreams Come True
One day in 1928, when Betty Schwartz (then Robinson) was an 18-year-old high school student in Harvey, Illinois, she ran to catch the train after school. His school's track coach was on that train, and he was so impressed by what he saw that he introduced himself as her personal coach, the school didn't have a girls' track team.

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.