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Soviet Roots of the Socialist European Union

Soviet Roots of the Socialist European Union

Back in 1985 I wrote a book called The Ark of Apocalypse, and sub-titled it “A fiction story of the future — I think”. I believed that based on true and approved prophecy and the trends in the world, I could figure out where the world was headed and how. ... … Read entire article »

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Sleeper Apparatus

Sleeper Apparatus

It is very hard to detect a well-run conspiracy. It is hard for common sense to grasp the reality of an “underground,” which seems to fit more naturally into fiction or movies rather than fact. It is harder still to assemble legally acceptable proof concerning its members and activities. The Communist ... … Read entire article »

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Spiders or Flies?

Spiders or Flies?

During the 1930’s and ’40’s an invisible web was spun over Washington. Its interlaced threads were extended to nearly every executive department and agency, to the military establishment, the White House itself, and to many of the committees of Congress. Through the records of the Congressional investigating committees and through ... … Read entire article »

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A Reevaluation of the Damage Done to the United States by Soviet Espionage

A Reevaluation of the Damage Done to the United States by Soviet Espionage

Popular opinion and many historians portray the effects of Soviet espionage on the United States as disastrous. Although covert Soviet efforts undeniably harmed America, their extent and gravity has been greatly exaggerated. This paper evaluates primary and secondary sources on the subject to strike a delicate balance between minimizing and ... … Read entire article »

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Communism and Fascism

Communism and Fascism

When World War I was at its height, it must have seemed probable that the victor would be either the Kaiser or the leaders of the western powers. But the true political winners from that terrific holocaust were three men who were little known, even in their own countries, when ... … Read entire article »

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The Secret of the Zodiac: The Debacle

The Secret of the Zodiac: The Debacle

Early in the following year Lady Dare died of influenza, and Rosamund being left alone, Kavanagh urged that they should be married without further delay. After a quiet wedding, with only a few friends present in the church and a brief honeymoon in Portugal, they settled down in Kavanagh’s rooms ... … Read entire article »

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Breaking Out of the Matrix 101

Breaking Out of the Matrix 101

There is a battle going on. It is not a battle in some distant country, although, those do exist more then we care to discuss. This war is for your mind and your consciousness. It involves the use of words, frequency, conditioning, imprinting and programming. It goes on every day ... … Read entire article »

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“A Clear Provocation”

“A Clear Provocation”

Esoteric Elements in Communist Language In August of 1983, Andrei Berezhkov, the teen-aged son of a Soviet diplomat in Washington, apparently wrote a letter to President Reagan and another one to the New York Times in which he denounced the Soviet regime and asked for asylum in the United States. From ... … Read entire article »

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Lenin’s Gulag

Lenin’s Gulag

The empire of concentration camps, which Solzhenitsin labeled the “Gulag Achipelago,” was not the work of Joseph Stalin, to whom it is usually attributed, but of Lenin and Trotsky. The first camps were established as early as 1918, during the Civil War. They were gradually expanded until by the early ... … Read entire article »

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The Lessons of Hungary

The Lessons of Hungary

The present stalemate [in Russia] is so tense on both sides that it is unlikely to endure indefinitely. At some point the Kremlin will be driven to act. Either it must carry reform far beyond the present half-measures, to the degree of diluting its political monopoly, or it must again ... … Read entire article »

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House of Trump, House of Putin

House of Trump, House of Putin

House of Trump, House of Putin offers the first comprehensive investigation into the decades-long relationship between Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and the Russian Mafia that ultimately helped win Trump the White House. It is a chilling story that begins in the 1970s, when Trump made his first splash in the booming, ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Khrushchev: Georgia

The Crimes of Khrushchev: Georgia

The PDF of the full original of this document can be consulted and downloaded at the Internet Archive website. “We declare that what has been modified by war cannot be modified again without war.”— Nikita Khrushchev, Moscow, February 8, 1960. The following consultations with Messrs. Guivy Zaldastani and George Nakashidse were held ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Khrushchev: Hungary

The Crimes of Khrushchev: Hungary

The PDF of the full original of this document can be consulted and downloaded at the Internet Archive website. “We will put in more troops and more troops and more troops until we have finished them.”— Nikita Khrushchev’s response to a question by a former U.S. Ambassador on the slaughter in ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Khrushchev: Latvia and Lithuania

The Crimes of Khrushchev: Latvia and Lithuania

The PDF of the full original of this document can be consulted and downloaded at the Internet Archive website. “No state and no forces from outside can or must be permitted to impose on the peoples of other states their way of life, political and social institutions.”— Nikita Khrushchev in an ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Khrushchev: Albania

The Crimes of Khrushchev: Albania

The PDF of the full original of this document can be consulted and downloaded at the Internet Archive website. The following consultations began at 10:30 a.m. in room 226, Old House Office Building, Washington, D.C. Committee members present: Hon. Francis E. Walter, of Pennsylvania (chairman) presiding, and Hon. Gordon H. Scherer, ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Khrushchev: Slovakia

The Crimes of Khrushchev: Slovakia

The PDF of the full original of this document can be consulted and downloaded at the Internet Archive website. “The best way to eliminate war is the gaining of power by Communists all over the world.”— Nikita Khrushchev, addressing the Third International Congress of Miners Unions in Poland, July, 1959. The following ... … Read entire article »

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Chains in the Baltics

Chains in the Baltics

Only a handful of men in the entire world had access to the material that passed through Albert Konrad Herling’s hands. He was Director of Research for the United Nations’ Commission of Inquiry into Forced Labor. Albert Herling had interviewed hundreds of former inmates of Soviet labor camps and had ... … Read entire article »

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Inventions According to Russian Textbooks

Inventions According to Russian Textbooks

WARisCRIME Note: The following article had been published in 1955, but, having lived and worked in Russia for 38 years, I can confirm: all this fake information had kept on staying in Russian school and university textbooks during the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and today, in 2018, is is still there, ... … Read entire article »

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Democracies: Short in Their Lives, Violent in Their Deaths

Democracies: Short in Their Lives, Violent in Their Deaths

A compelling reason for the long hesitation of these men—Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, John Adams, Madison, Monroe—was their fear of democracy. They were educated men. Excepting Franklin (self-educated), each one had the education of an English gentleman. That is, the philosophy and the history of the whole European past had been pounded ... … Read entire article »

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The Watery Grave of Romania’s Middle Class

The Watery Grave of Romania’s Middle Class

Dictators will always have their defenders. Communist apologists in the 1930s, for example, justified Joseph Stalin’s atrocities by saying his mass murders were necessary to lay the foundation of a future socialist utopia. “You can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs,” they said, to which George Orwell famously ... … Read entire article »

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