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The American Medical Association Begins a Smear Campaign Against Homeopathic Cancer Cure Developer, Dr. William Koch

The American Medical Association Begins a Smear Campaign Against Homeopathic Cancer Cure Developer, Dr. William Koch

The American Medical Association began its campaign to discredit and smear the reputation of Dr. William Koch following an erroneous report published on the first page of the weekly issue of the Wayne County Medical Society’s Weekly Bulletin on the December 22, 1919. Dr. Koch sent a reply letter the same day to explain that his cancer investigation was prematurely terminated and the facilities were inadequate, ...
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US Packs 249 Commies on the ‘Red Ark’ (USAT Buford) and Ships them back to Russia

US Packs 249 Commies on the ‘Red Ark’ (USAT Buford) and Ships them back to Russia

Via Today in Civil Liberties History (n the 100th anniversary): The ship USAT Buford, labeled the “Red Ark,” embarked from New York City on this day, carrying 249 aliens who were deported because of their alleged anarchist or Communist beliefs. The most famous passenger was the anarchist, birth control advocate and anti-war activist Emma Goldman, who had been arrested June 15, 1917, for opposing the draft ...
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The Black Sox Scandal: Did Eight Players on the Chicago White Sox Really Throw the 1919 World Series Against the Cincinnati Reds?

The Black Sox Scandal: Did Eight Players on the Chicago White Sox Really Throw the 1919 World Series Against the Cincinnati Reds?

Oct 1-9, 1919 - The Black Sox Scandal resulted in the most famous scandal in baseball history after the 1919 World Series. Eight players from the Chicago White Sox (nicknamed the Black Sox) were accused of throwing the series against the Cincinnati Reds. Details of the scandal remain controversial, and the extent to which each player was involved varied. It was, however, front-page news across the ...
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The Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles

The Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles

It has been previously stated that the treaty of Versailles was one of the most iniquitous documents ever signed by the representatives of so called civilized nations. The injustice perpetrated upon the German people by the terms of the Peace Treaty made another world war inevitable.[1] The circumstances surrounding the signing of the Armistice on November 11, 1918 must be understood. The German High Command did ...
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Royal Institute of International Affairs is Founded in England

Royal Institute of International Affairs is Founded in England

The Council on Foreign Relations is well known amongst researchers of parapolitics as one of the organizations of interest directing Washington’s foreign policy. Once derided as “conspiracy theory” the influence of the group is now a truism that is openly joked about in Washington’s foreign policy circles. What many do not know, however, is that the CFR is in fact a branch of a slightly older, ...
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The 1919 Solar Eclipse that Supposedly Confirmed Einstein's Theory of Relativity was a Fraud

The 1919 Solar Eclipse that Supposedly Confirmed Einstein’s Theory of Relativity was a Fraud

There can be no clearer definition of scientific fraud than what went on in the Tropics on May 29, 1919. What is particularly clear is that Arthur Eddington fudged the solar eclipse data to make the results conform to "Einstein's" work on general relativity. Poor (1930), Brown (1967), Clark (1984) and McCausland (2001) all address the issues surrounding this eclipse. Prior to 1919, general relativity was ...
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Communist Rules of Revolution are Captured in Dusseldorf by Allied Forces

Communist Rules of Revolution are Captured in Dusseldorf by Allied Forces

In May 1919 at Dusseldorf, Germany, the allied forces discovered a copy of these ‘Rules.’ They were first printed in the United States in the ‘Bartlesville (Oklahoma) Examiner-Enterprise’ the same year, 1919. Almost 20 years later, in 1946, the attorney general of Florida obtained them from a known member of the Communist Party, who acknowledged that the ‘Rules’ were then still a part of the Communist ...
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"The General Education Board" was Established by "Mr. Rockefeller... to Gain Control of the Educational Institutions of the Country"

“The General Education Board” was Established by “Mr. Rockefeller… to Gain Control of the Educational Institutions of the Country”

Dr. W. J. Spillman, former chief of the Federal Farm Management Bureau of the Department of Agriculture, stated in a letter to the New York Globe: "Nine years ago I was approached by an agent of Mr. Rockefeller with the statement that his object in establishing the General Education Board was to gain control of the educational institutions of the country so that all men employed ...
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Samuel Zane Batten Wrote a Book Titled “The New World Order”, Published by the American Baptist Publication Society

Samuel Zane Batten Wrote a Book Titled “The New World Order”, Published by the American Baptist Publication Society

As the Interchurch World Movement was gaining momentum, Samuel Zane Batten wrote a book titled “The New World Order”, published in 1919 by the American Baptist Publication Society. In this book, Batten paints a picture of a world entering a new phase in which a “new order” is rising out of the turmoil of World War. Batten proposed that a “world federation” be created which would ...
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The German Seamen Mutinied after Infiltrating Communist ‘Cells’ Created Fear that British Scientists had developed a Secret Chemical Weapon

The German Seamen Mutinied after Infiltrating Communist ‘Cells’ Created Fear that British Scientists had developed a Secret Chemical Weapon

Rosa Luxemberg’s revolutionaries infiltrated into the German High Seas fleet, becoming very active in 1918. They spread rumors that the ships, and their crews, were to be sacrificed in an all out battle with the combined British and American navies. The rumor-mongers stated that the purpose of the battle was to cripple the combined allied fleets to such an extent they would be unable to defend ...
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Soviet Firearm Confiscation

Soviet Firearm Confiscation

The Council of People's Commissars (the government) ordered the surrender of all firearms, ammunition, and sabres. As has been the case in almost every nation where firearms registration has been introduced (see April 1, 1918), registration proved a prelude to confiscation. Exempt from the confiscation order, however, were members of the Communist Party. A 1920 decree imposed a mandatory minimum penalty of six months in prison ...
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Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his Family are Murdered by Bolshevik Secret Police

Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his Family are Murdered by Bolshevik Secret Police

In the early morning of 17 July 1918 at around 1am, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters. They were cut down in a hail of gunfire in a half-cellar room of the house in Ekaterinburg, a city in the Ural mountain region, where they ...
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The Battle of Soissons, A Battle You’ve Never Heard of Changed the Course of WWI

The Battle of Soissons, A Battle You’ve Never Heard of Changed the Course of WWI

On July 6, 1918, Allied troops readied themselves for a forgotten battle that turned the tide of World War I. Thousands of American servicemen marched through the night to position themselves for a surprise strike against the Germans. A thunderstorm raged the third week of July 1918. Other than the occasional arcs of white-hot lightning, the night was so dark that the American Marines marched with ...
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Sedition Act of 1918 Enacted. Imprisons Hundreds for Anti-War Speech

Sedition Act of 1918 Enacted. Imprisons Hundreds for Anti-War Speech

The Sedition Act of 1918 was an amendment to the Espionage Act of 1917 passed by Congress at the urging of President Woodrow Wilson, who was concerned that any antiwar speech and organizing to oppose the draft and the war effort constituted a real threat to an American victory. Congress passed a measure, signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson, that made it punishable by up to 20 years in prison ...
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Firearm Registration Introduced in Soviet Union

Firearm Registration Introduced in Soviet Union

The first Soviet gun controls were imposed during the Russian Civil War, as Czarists, Western troops, and national independence movements battled the central Red regime. In October 1918, (the government) ordered the surrender of all firearms, ammunition, and sabers… Stalin’s determination to destroy the “kulaks” led his regime to equally reinforce disarmament laws with the intent of eventually exterminating defenseless segments of the population. “Stalin apparently found little need to ...
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The 1918 Flu Pandemic Killed More Soldiers alone than WWI. Was It Aspirin, Stronger Vaccines, & Other Big Pharma Cures that Killed 20-50 Million?

The 1918 Flu Pandemic Killed More Soldiers alone than WWI. Was It Aspirin, Stronger Vaccines, & Other Big Pharma Cures that Killed 20-50 Million?

On March 4, 1918 at the Fort Riley, Kansas military base, the first outbreaks in the US were reported. On October 1, 1918, the U.S. Surgeon General, Rupert Blue, decided the nationwide outbreak (of what was thought or proclaimed to be severe influenza) warranted a national response, so he telegraphed the American Red Cross (ARC) national headquarters in Washington, D.C. The message requested that the organization “assume charge of ...
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Federal Reserve Director: "It is Not in Russia Alone That the Old Order is Passing. There is a Lot of the Old Order in America, and That is Going, too.... I’m Glad It Is So."

Federal Reserve Director: “It is Not in Russia Alone That the Old Order is Passing. There is a Lot of the Old Order in America, and That is Going, too…. I’m Glad It Is So.”

In the JANUARY 13, 1918 issue of NEW YORK WORLD William Boyce Thompson, Federal Reserve Bank director and founding member of the Council on Foreign Relations, stated that: "Russia is pointing the way to great and sweeping world changes. It is not in Russia alone that the old order is passing. There is a lot of the old order in America, and that is going, too ...
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Mortality Rates of Smallpox Increased Drastically Following Mass Vaccinations in the Philippines

Mortality Rates of Smallpox Increased Drastically Following Mass Vaccinations in the Philippines

Possibly as early as December 1917, but certainly by the first of 1918, the US Army began the forced vaccination of 3,285,376 natives in the Philippines when no epidemic was brewing, only the sporadic cases of the usual mild nature. Of the vaccinated persons, 47,369 came down with small-pox, and of these 16,477 died. In 1919 the experiment was doubled. 7,670,252 natives were vaccinated. Of these ...
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The Balfour Declaration: Britain's Great War Pledge To Lord Rothschild - an Israeli State in Exchange for US Entrance into the Great War

The Balfour Declaration: Britain’s Great War Pledge To Lord Rothschild – an Israeli State in Exchange for US Entrance into the Great War

Britain’s government pledged to Lord Walter Rothschild and the Zionist Federation to establish a “national home” for the Jews in Palestine. This was a big step in the Rothschild Zionist movement to steal a mineral rich land in Palestine after Rothschild funded con artist Cyrus Scofield revised the bible to fit the agenda and then the Zionist sold Christians propaganda that they were rightful heirs. Read more ...
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Espionage Act of 1917 Enacted by Congress

Espionage Act of 1917 Enacted by Congress

Congress enacted the Espionage Act of 1917 on June 15, two months after the United States entered World War I. Just after the war, prosecutions under the act led to landmark First Amendment precedents. The Espionage Act of 1917 prohibited obtaining information, recording pictures, or copying descriptions of any information relating to the national defense with intent or reason to believe that the information may be used ...
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The Bolshevik Revolution: An Illuminati Takeover of Russia?

The Bolshevik Revolution: An Illuminati Takeover of Russia?

The murderous Bolshevik Revolution made communism a political reality by mostly Jewish activists. Alarming similarities to today’s political climate invite comparison. Leon Trotsky (Jewish born “Lev Bronstein”) and his 300 well-trained Jewish communists from Manhattan’s Lower East Side, boarded the Norwegian steamer “Kristianiafjord” for a journey that brought them to St. Petersburg in Russia. Their purpose was to establish a Marxist government under the leadership of ...
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Congressman Oscar Calloway Testifies to Congress "JP Morgan Purchased the Most Influential Newspapers in America to Manipulate the Public to Join WWI"

Congressman Oscar Calloway Testifies to Congress “JP Morgan Purchased the Most Influential Newspapers in America to Manipulate the Public to Join WWI”

U.S. Congressman Oscar Calloway testifies to Congress on February 9, 1917 that: In March, 1915, the J.P. Morgan interests, the steel, shipbuilding, and powder interest, and their subsidiary organizations, got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press ...
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Senator Poindexter: "The Cult of Rockefeller, Carnegie…to be guarded against in the educational system of this country!"

Senator Poindexter: “The Cult of Rockefeller, Carnegie…to be guarded against in the educational system of this country!”

During the crucial years of the school changeover from academic institution to behavioral modification instrument, the radical nature of the metamorphosis caught the attention of a few national politicians who spoke out, but could never muster enough strength for effective opposition. In the Congressional Record of January 26, 1917, for instance, Senator Chamberlain of Oregon entered these words: They are moving with military precision all along ...
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Chicago Tribune article "Nationality and the Yellow Campaign" Warns against Globalism and Cultural Marxism

Chicago Tribune article “Nationality and the Yellow Campaign” Warns against Globalism and Cultural Marxism

(Diana West) Some things never change, it's true, especially in the affairs of nations. But if we forget, or never knew, or never understood the immutable nature of the fundamental debate over our character and destiny -- of the fundamental threat to our character and destiny -- we certainly are at risk of losing both. By chance, I came across a remarkable editorial from the Chicago Tribune, back ...
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Federal Reserve Chairman: "The Federal Reserve Bank is an institution owned by the stockholding member banks. The Government has not a dollar's worth of stock in it."

Federal Reserve Chairman: “The Federal Reserve Bank is an institution owned by the stockholding member banks. The Government has not a dollar’s worth of stock in it.”

In August 1914, William P.G. Harding began his service to the Federal Reserve System with his appointment as a member of the newly created Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, DC. On 10 August 1916, he was designated as the second governor (chairman). During this time he was also managing director of the War Finance Corporation from 1918 to 1919. When his term expired in ...
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