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Workers wearing hazmat suits and other protective gear were seen burying caskets three deep in a mass grave on New York’s Hart Island Thursday, April 9, amid speculation coronavirus victims are now being buried there. Normally, about 25 bodies are buried each Thursday on Hart Island. That number…
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INTRODUCTION by Carolyn Yeager of carolynyeager.net and jan27.org On the occasion of Hitler’s birthday anniversary this year, I am presenting passages from Joseph Goebbels’ speech on the eve of the Führer’s last earthly birthday on April 20, 1945. Everyone knew that final disaster…
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by Carolyn Yeager FROM THEIR very beginnings, Jews have projected themselves as a special people. According to their holy literature, the Torah, they demanded this recognition from their god Jehovah and from surrounding tribes. Over time, this became enshrined in their tribal mythology which they…
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by Carolyn Yeager AN ASTOUNDING admission from a Jewish psychologist in America is found in an article in the Summer 2012 issue of the Inconvenient History Journal. It’s titled “On The Roads of Truth: Searching for Warwick Hester” and it’s written by Klaus Schwensen. Schwensen…
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JUST LIKE EVERYTHING about the “Holocaust” non-historical narrative, trying to get an accurate picture of the persecution of Ursula Haverbeck is made very difficult by the mainstream media. Even Wikipedia is not up to date on Haverbeck in 2016! Deutsche Welle, Germany’s state news…
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by Carolyn Yeager IN A BERLIN COURT, a German man is convicted for having a tattoo resembling a concentration camp entrance on his body. (ILLUSTRATION: Elie Wiesel’s left arm in bright sunlight, taken from his video “Elie Wiesel Goes Home”) Why then is Elie Wiesel not convicted in Germany for not having…
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FROM Deutsche Welle: The police state is also out in force. (ILLUSTRATION: Over 12,000 anti-refugee and ‘anti-Islamic Europe’ demonstrators filled the Theaterplatz by the famous Semperoper tonight, while only about 1000 counter-demonstrators showed up to shout down what they…
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by Carolyn Yeager ON July 20, 2015, Abe Foxman ended his “50 years of service” to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), twenty-eight of them spent as National Director. The league itself was founded in October 1913 (the exact day cannot be found) as a direct reaction to the guilty verdict delivered…
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