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1939: The Outbreak of the War in Europe

1939: The Outbreak of the War in Europe

1. Confusion in Moscow As far as Russia was concerned, everything hinged on the one question: Would the Western Powers enter the war? Moscow, as a matter of fact, even more than Berlin, anticipated a new appeasement move on the part of England and France. In spite of its vast intelligence ... … Read entire article »

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The Nature of Communism

The Nature of Communism

THE MOST COMMON source of errors about the nature of social and political movements is the idea that the words used by adherents of the movements, in alleged explanation of their aims and activities, can be taken at face value. The words are not unimportant, and sometimes they tell the ... … 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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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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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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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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Orders to Kill: The Putin Regime and Political Murder

Orders to Kill: The Putin Regime and Political Murder

On February 28, 2015, shortly after I had returned from London, where I attended hearings of the British High Court into the 2006 murder there of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, I woke up to terrible news. Late on the previous night, Boris Nemtsov, Russia’s leading democratic oppositionist, had been gunned ... … Read entire article »

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The Crimes of Communism

The Crimes of Communism

Life cannot withstand death, but memory is gaining in its struggle against nothingness. — Tzvetan Todorov, Les abus de la mémoire. It has been written that “history is the science of human misfortune.”[1] Our bloodstained century of violence amply confirms this statement. In previous centuries few people and countries were spared ... … Read entire article »

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Democracy on Trial

Democracy on Trial

The advent of the “Labour Party” to office in 1924 was a deep humiliation to every patriotic citizen. At first it seemed almost unbelievable that only five years after the War had ended the Government of this country should be actually in the hands of men who had failed her ... … Read entire article »

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Open Subversive Movements

Open Subversive Movements

Although the sceptical reader who has reached this stage of the present work will perhaps be willing to admit that some connexion may be traced between hidden forces and open subversive movements, the objection he will still raise against the general thesis here set forth will probably be expressed somewhat ... … Read entire article »

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The Heresy of Giordano Bruno and the Eternity of Humankind

The Heresy of Giordano Bruno and the Eternity of Humankind

The 1st edition of this book was published by Edizioni Noesis in July 2015. The 2nd edition is published by its author, Giuliana Conforto, in October 2016. Its synthesis might be seen in the video Organic Universe and Human Evolution. Foreword “The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is ... … Read entire article »

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Who Are the Arabs?

Who Are the Arabs?

From Arabian Desert to Revolt Against Turks America is a long way from the Arab lands of the Middle East. Americans, in general, know very little about the Arab people. The Arab image, for reasons well known to many, has not been handled too favorably by the American press. To understand ... … Read entire article »

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Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?

Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?

Putin “was a thug and a crook from the very beginning, and the people of St. Petersburg knew it.” In light of recent events, I couldn’t help but chuckle at the photograph in Karen Dawisha’s office. Amid scholarly tomes and souvenirs from overseas travels is a framed shot of Dawisha in ... … Read entire article »

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Reading a Book vs. Watching a Movie

Reading a Book vs. Watching a Movie

Do you prefer your own dreams or those of someone else? Reading stimulates the creative area of the mind to produce alternate realities. There is no substitute for reading. As the commercial says, “Reading is Fundamental”. I can remember the first time I got lost in a book. I was in ... … Read entire article »

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The Black Hood of Censorship

The Black Hood of Censorship

Over his head, face, and neck the medieval executioner sometimes wore a loose-fitting hood of raven black. The grim garment was pierced by two eye-holes through which the wearer, himself unrecognized, caused terror by glancing among the onlookers while he proceeded to fulfill his gruesome function. In similar fashion today, ... … Read entire article »

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