A senior official at the Israeli Embassy in London was secretly filmed discussing with a Conservative staffer how British officials with a pro-Palestinian stance could be “taken down.”
Jim W. Dean – Alla has touched on an important issue, how the New World Order barbarian hordes are perverting history as a demonizing tool for conditioning the public into supporting their perverse goals as a good thing.
Now is that unique time of year when the British media begins the annual remembrance day poppy manhunt.
Syrian Army, Hezbollah, Russian Air Force Coordinating for Aleppo Liberation Operation TEHRAN (FNA ) – Informed intelligence sources confirmed the Tuesday reports on the preparation of the Syrian Army, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Russian Air Force for a massive operation under a Joint Command Room to retake the Northern city of Aleppo form the […]
The amount of lying, deceit and murder required to keep this BIG LIE and treason secret is astounding and beyond the imagination of most normal Americans.
Anyone paying attention knows that Alex Jones has an obsession with attacking Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. He does so for one reason and one reason only, he is a disinformation specialist, he is demonizing National Socialism and will not say the name of the enemy or any reference that directly links the Jews and […]
Who is the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain, pulling the strings?
The subject, the German Holocaust, one we believe Pope Benedict XVI was planning to release documentation on.
Until just a few weeks ago, an old man’s bones lay buried in a family grave in an impeccably kept cemetery in a Bavarian town called Wunsiedel.
There is NO evidence that convicted Nazi Death Camp Murderer, John Demjanjuk, committed a specific crime. Learn more about the persecution that had no witnesses and no evidence.
There, the “Prosper” and related “Scientist” networks had been mopped by the Gestapo in 1943. Prosper’s courageous young leader, Francis Anthony Suttill, 34, was languishing in a concentration camp.
Thousands of our kids are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan carrying the enormous weight of the emotional baggage picked up during their experience of war. This is nothing new, we brought back the same cargo from Vietnam, Korea and WW2. All wars provide their participants with a dismal tide of dark memories, the material of a lifetime of tortured nightmares.
MEDICAL ADVANCES: UNDERSTANDING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES (TBIs) By Texas Vet, First Cavalry Decades ago, I got blown up—literally outside a tin can sh*t and shower hut while guarding one our military’s several DMZs (de-militarized zones)—Wild West-like territories separating two or more or warring factions. I suffered first, second and third degree burns along with head […]
WHAT WOULD AUDIE MURPHY SAY IF VETERANS TREATMENT WERE CONSIDERED POLITICAL “PORK?” By Joe “Ragman” Tarnovsky for Veteran Today For years Vietnam Veterans had to listen to SOME World War 2 Veterans say, “I was in WW2, the big one, and I do not have any problems from my war.” Well, that was simply not true […]
Jack Harrison, who survived the Great Escape plot by Allied prisoners in a German prison in the Second World War, has died at age 97, his family said. Harrison died on Friday at Erskine veterans’ home in Bishopton, Scotland.
* By Edward Colimore Philadelphia Inquirer * Nothing could have prepared him for what he witnessed that day. Arthur Seltzer is still processing it 66 years later and “will be until the end.” He recalls his Higgins landing craft splashing across the waves toward the Normandy beaches on D-Day, then jumping – with comrades – […]
Historians today are only coming to understand the complex and sophisticated individual that was Joseph Stalin, who ruled Russia for nearly thirty years until his death in 1953. Much of the information shedding light on the character of the dictator is being unearthed from the archives of the Soviet Union, opened in the 1990s after the collapse of Communism, and which is the source material for a series of some 25 books titled The Annals of Communism, published by Yale University Press.
He was oldest of 97 Medal of Honor recipients still living. Despite head wounds and other injuries, Mr. Finn, the chief of ordnance for an air squadron, continuously fired a .50-caliber machine gun from an exposed position as bullets and bombs pounded the Naval Air Station at Kaneohe Bay in Oahu. He then supervised the rearming of returning American planes.
As Memorial Day approaches, thousands will make the pilgrimage to pay honor to loved ones lost to war. Some do not have to travel far. Others will make it an honorable effort to visit many cemeteries that bear the names and are home to our fallen military men and women.
* By Dennis Yohnka The Daily Journal * While Memorial Day and Veterans Day show no signs of being forgotten, VE Day (Victory in Europe) has definitely slipped in the 65 years since it generated banner headlines and spontaneous celebrations. “People don’t talk about it, I guess, because Germany’s surrender didn’t mean the war was […]
The words were from a letter that Mrs. Alleta Sullivan received from President Roosevelt, when it was confirmed that all five of her sons were missing in action after the sinking of the USS Juneau during the Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942. While most aboard the Juneau perished, a few remained alive including the eldest Sullivan brother George, who would later die at sea. The last remaining survivors lived through of a horrific ordeal of exhaustion, heat, sharks, hunger and thirst.
FEW AMERICANS KNEW OF ZINN, FEW KNOW WHAT WE HAVE LOST AND THE DOOM WE FACE By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Silly obituaries of Howard Zinn are hitting the papers. He was a WW2 veteran, a historian and an “activist.” He is dead. Every time I open an email from the GOP or NRA […]
“If those in charge of our society – politicians, corporate executives, and owners of press and television – can dominate our ideas, they will be secure in their power. They will not need soldiers patrolling the streets. We will control ourselves.” Howard Zinn Editor’s note: I wrote the brief piece below several years ago on […]
Sixty-five years after the Germans captured Norman D. Fellman of Prescott during World War II, the U.S. Army recognized him Wednesday as one of 350 U.S. soldiers who were held as slaves inside Nazi Germany at the Berga an der Elster camp.