David SimsEssaysOpinion

This is your god, fools. People who have arrogated to themselves the “right” to create money out of nothing — and that includes the entire banking System as well as the central head of the hydra, the Federal Reserve — and then, on top of that, have the chutzpah to charge the people
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News

YESTERDAY, the Federal Reserve crossed its latest liquidity “free money” Rubicon. It announced it will provide unlimited credit — and assume the bad debts, not just of banks, shadow banks, and wealthy (and mostly Jewish) investors — but for what it disingenuously called “Main…
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NewsReports

by Jim Carter Introductory Note: This essay details how the Federal Reserve Bank of New York embezzles $3 billion daily using their exclusive control of the auction accounts of Treasury securities. These accounts are customer accounts — not operational accounts — and they have never…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE AMERICAN Republic was doomed when the rather stringent limitations on the suffrage, taken for granted in the Constitution, were first relaxed and then abolished, permitting what is called “majority rule,” which means, of course, rule by the confidence men who…
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EssaysHumor

Earlier this week we blazed new trails by offering an in-depth, super scientific look at info-mania, info-mercials, info-scams, and the worthless info-junk being hustled on TV. If you doubt that this stuff is info-useless, then go to any yard sale or snoop in any garage, basement or out-of-the-way
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Andrew HamiltonEssaysReports

by Andrew Hamilton The Dearborn Independent, owned and operated by automaker Henry Ford from 1919 to 1927, was a weekly Michigan paper published on Saturdays. It consisted of feature articles, together with shorter pieces and filler material. It did not aim to cover current “news” as such. The newspaper…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN 1932, when I was an undergraduate in college, I purchased from the manufacturer a very useful piece of office furniture. It is a frame of light steel that supports twenty-seven fairly shallow drawers of the same material. I used it to file bulky manuscripts and to accumulate materials…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE EDITOR of Liberty Bell noticed the discrepancy between the spelling of ‘Maranos’ in my quotation from the Jewish encyclopaedia on p.7 of the June issue and the form ‘Marranos’ in my comments and in a quotation from a later Jewish compilation. The distinction…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Offices of the Duverus cult and The American Sunbeam circa 1977, from a collection by Jewish photographer Max Hirshfeld, who was allowed to spend three days photographing and interviewing the workers and residents there. by Revilo P. Oliver (1986) THE American Sunbeam has ceased publication. This…
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Guest opinion

The Jewish “Holocaust” hoax has spawned many sub-hoaxes, such as the one that inspired this image, supposedly depicting German soldiers throwing living Jewish babies into a flaming pit — very similar to the tales popularized by Jewish fraudster Elie Wiesel. An expansion of his
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