American Gulag

Where trust and truth have gone extinct   NO AVENUE OF REDRESS MEANS YOU ARE IN PRISON   Prisoners of principle get tortured     By John Kaminski   You don’t hear anybody talking seriously about peace anymore. Back in the 1960s all the lefties talked about was peace. Now …

The Bolshevik Revolution Comes to America

By Timothy Spearman In 1905, the Tsar was manipulated by the Rothschilds into a war with Japan to undermine the Russian economy and sow the seeds of unrest among the population. The Rothschilds told the Tsar that they would finance the war, while in the United States, the Rothschild company, …

Care to Place Bets, Anyone?

By Timothy Spearman The short story by Anton Chekov called ‘The Bet’ is based on a wager made between a banker and a young idealistic lawyer. The banker bets the young upstart student of jurisprudence that he could not tolerate 5 years of solitary confinement in a prison environment. The …

To Infinity… and Beyond!?

“In the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims …

TWA 800… and more

More than eleven million flights depart and/or land safely from the United States each year and statistically, for even a single plane to suddenly fall out of the sky, is a very unusual event.  Nevertheless, between 1996 and 2001, there were no less than four instances of this, and in …

Hitler was NOT a British/Jesuit agent

It has lately become a popular myth in ‘truth-seeker’ circles to conclude that Hitler was a ‘British / Jesuit* Agent’ *delete as applicable.  As Hitler was known to be in Britain during 1912/13, ostensibly visiting his sister who had married an Englishman, stating that ‘Hitler was a British Agent’ is …

The Rothschilds and the Romanovs

In the early 19th century, the Rothschilds established their own exclusive courier network, one that also operated as an intelligence network.  They utilised both carrier pigeons and fast dispatch riders who were allowed to travel freely between warring nations, unhindered by either side, in order that they may be kept …