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Truth At Last: The Assassination of Martin Luther King

Source: The Corbett Report April 4, 2018 James Corbett On April 4, 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King delivered a passionate speech at Riverside Church in New York staking out his opposition to the war in Vietnam. One year later to the day, he was assassinated. Now, 50 years after that …

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The Deadliest School Attack In US History Wasn’t Done With A Gun

Source: Activist Post February 25, 2018 By Matt Agorist As the media and the government continue to use the tragic shooting at a Parkland, Florida high school to push their various agendas, it is important to remember that psychopaths who want to kill a lot of people—will do so with …

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On This Day in 1942, US Authorities Began Locking Up Americans In Concentration Camps

Today is the 76th anniversary of the signing of the executive order which allowed the internment of Japanese Americans — in concentration camps on US soil. Source: The Free Thought Project February 19, 2018 By Claire Bernish Authorities swarmed towns, knocking on doors, questioning neighbors, rounding up those who now, …

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What They Don’t Teach You About the Most Famous Scientists

Source: Truthstream Media January 30, 2018 Aaron and Melissa Dykes   Related Posts:You Can’t Argue against Socialism’s 100 Percent Record of FailureTruth At Last: The Assassination of Martin Luther KingCoverup of Extensive War Crimes: 50th Anniversary of the My Lai MassacreOn This Day in 1942, US Authorities Began Locking Up …

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76 Years of Pearl Harbor Lies

U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump lay a wreath at the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. Trump begins a five country trip through Asia traveling to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) “New Pearl Harbors” …

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The REAL Story of Thanksgiving

Source: Manataka American Indian Council Susan Bates and Chuck Larsen Most of us associate the holiday with happy Pilgrims and Indians sitting down to a big feast.  And that did happen – once.  The story began in 1614 when a band of English explorers sailed home to  England with a …

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Russell Means: Americans Are The New Indian

Source: The Alex Jones Channel October 23, 2012 American Indian Russell Means gives an eye-opening 90 minute interview in which he explains how Native Americans and Americans in general are all imprisoned within one huge reservation. “The history of the American and the history of the Indian have now come …

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Why, Really, the Nazis Won the War

Source: The Freedom Articles Makia Freeman The Nazis won the War in many senses, ways and aspects – but it’s all outside the purview of mainstream historical thinking. You’ll have to dig deep to see the truth of it. The shocking fact is that top Nazi leaders, technology, money, weapons and …

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The horrors of ‘the first 9/11’ are routinely overlooked

Source: Blacklisted News September 8, 2017 Shane Quinn On September 11, 1973, Salvador Allende’s democratic government in Chile was ousted by United States-backed forces in one of the Cold War’s defining moments. Allende himself was killed during the coup while his presidential palace, La Moneda, was extensively bombed. Many thousands …

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Remembering The Pullman Strike: The Origin of Labor Day

Workers’ rights were won with blood, conflict and years of sustained effort. Frederic Remington illustration of US Infantry attacking Pullman strikers with rifle butts and bayonets. Photo credit: Harper’s Weekly / Wikimedia Source: Who.What.Why September 2, 2017 Claire Wang In the summer of 1894, some 3,000 railroad workers on Chicago’s …