Must Read Texts

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From the unknown history we’re doomed to repeat, onward…

These are MUST READ Texts:

 

  •  War is a Racket — Gen. Smedley Butler’s classic confession and repudiation of his life as a corporate hitman.
  •  The Pearl Harbor Deception — A 12/2/02 response to critics by premier Pearl Harbor historian, Robert B. Stinnett, of the Independent Institute.
  • THE PEARL HARBOR DECEPTION: The Bombing of Pearl Harbor — Same title but this time a libertarian team tackles the history.
    Despite one of the authors obvious passionate distaste for FDR’s Masonic affiliation and supposed World Gov dreams, the overall research and sourcing for the compilation is impeccable.
  • U.S. Military Wanted to Provoke War With Cuba: U.S. Military Drafted Plans to Terrorize U.S. Cities to Provoke War With Cuba by David Ruppe, ABC News, May 1, 2001 – For those of you who won’t believe anything ’til the TV confirms it…
  • Keys to 9/11 — by Michelle Mairesse. A detailed 2002 piece that lays out the basic questions still unanswered to this day.
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