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Essays

Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev Do you think the Leftist tyranny that has enveloped us is a recent thing? Think again. by Michael Walsh DURING THE 68 years of Soviet terror London’s Westminster and the banking community’s Square Mile could best be described as partners in perfidy. Soviet leaders…
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by Michael Walsh WITH ITS staggering $692 billion defence budget the U.S arms industry constitutes 43% of the world’s military expenditure. This is not far behind the value of Britain and Russia’s combined export trade. The financial resources and political clout exercised by this military…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce SOMETIMES after I finish speaking with you in one or another of my programs, I have a bad feeling. I feel that I have let you down by not really leveling with you and telling you everything. I feel as if I have walked into the courtyard of the temple and politely reprimanded…
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Essays

by Paul Craig Roberts “If Killary Clinton makes it to the White House, we could get the neocon’s war. The neocons have flocked to the support of Killary. She is their person. Watch the feminized women of America put Killary in office.” WHEN Ronald Reagan turned his back on the neoconservatives,…
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Essays

AS AMERICA slips into an unnecessary Cold War 2.0, some familiar sides are shaping up. There is a universalist regime bent on spreading its belief system around the globe through violent insurrection. There is another side that has a strong tie between its security state and nominal claims to religious…
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News

Cold War plan was prepared in the summer of 1956 and made available this week FIRST CAME Moscow and Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), with more than 300 targeted sites or Designated Ground Zeros (DGZs) in those two cities alone. Then there was Warsaw and Beijing, and an astonishing 1,200 other cities.…
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EssaysReports

by Judy Morris LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON is a president who has escaped the scrutiny and judgment of history despite considerable documentation that should make him an outstanding candidate for historical review, critique, and analysis. His primary biographer, Robert Caro, consistently gets rave…
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