War Declared on Freedom of Speech

War Declared on Freedom of Speech

By Paul Angel. “Who controls the past, controls the future,” or so said George Orwell in his prescient book 1984. He also warned that, “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” Today, it seems the global thought censors are taking Mr. Orwell literally. As…

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Amazon’s Banned Book: The Full List

Amazon’s Banned Book: The Full List

By Michael Hoffman. Although every hateful Zionist book targeting Palestinians with hate speech and violence continues to be sold by Amazon, along with Simcha Jacobvici’s DVD The Lost Tomb of Jesus, denying the resurrection of Christ, and every gentile-hating volume by the collective authors (Chazal) of the Talmud Bavli. Hate is a one-way street at Amazon, and…

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Amazon Holocaust Book Ban Based on Fake “Hate Crimes”

Amazon Holocaust Book Ban Based on Fake “Hate Crimes”

The excuse used by Amazon to bow to demands from Yad Vashem and other Jewish pressure groups to ban all holocaust™ revisionist books—namely a supposed “increase in anti-Semitism”—has been proven to be yet another fake “hate crime” hoax, perpetrated by a Jew in Israel. In February 2017, Jewish organizations first started pressing Amazon to ban…

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Ghana’s Gandhi Statue to be “Moved”

Ghana’s Gandhi Statue to be “Moved”

The government of Ghana has announced that a statue of Mahatma Gandhi will be removed from its position on the campus of the University of Ghana in Accra after it finally dawned on them that the Indian leader, far from being a “champion of harmony,” was in fact a virulent anti-black racist.

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Black History Month Myths

Black History Month Myths

February is officially “Black History Month” in America, Britain, and Canada, and it is now commonplace during this month to recycle stories about past “great black civilizations” and “black inventions”—except, as demonstrated below, these claims are all mythical.

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The Genocide of the Boers

The Genocide of the Boers

By Stephen Mitford Goodson. The Second Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) remains unique in the annals of modern history. For the first time in the modern era, war was deliberately waged by a supposedly civilized nation on innocent women and children.

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Meet the Picts

Meet the Picts

Researchers at the University of Dundee in Britain have successfully reconstructed the face of a Pictish man for the first time, offering a valuable insight in the racial ancestry of this otherwise mysterious people who were the original inhabitants of Scotland—and who were so feared by the Romans that the famous Hadrian’s Wall was built…

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“Holocaust Memoirs”: New Study Shows How Fake Memories are Made Up

“Holocaust Memoirs”: New Study Shows How Fake Memories are Made Up

A new study by Researchers at the University of Warwick, England, has revealed that nearly 50 percent of people will “remember” personal experiences which never happened when it is suggested to them that they were personally involved in the events—a phenomena which serves to explain the endless list of overtly fake “Holocaust memoirs,” supposed “eyewitnesses,” and obviously made-up “testimony” about the German concentration camps in World War II.

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38,000-Year-Old Rock Art Discovered in France

38,000-Year-Old Rock Art Discovered in France

The ancient roots of European civilization have been highlighted once again with the announcement by scientists that radio carbon dating has revealed that a massive piece of rock art discovered earlier in southwestern France is at least 38,000 years old—making it one of the oldest such examples ever found on the Continent. The study, published…

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50% W. Europe Men from “One King”

50% W. Europe Men from “One King”

Around 50 percent of all men in Western Europe are descendants of one Bronze Age “king” who generated much of the nobility class which spread throughout Europe, a new genetic study has claimed.
The study, published in the Nature Genetics journal, analyzed the sequences of 1,244 human male Y chromosomes drawn from the 1000 Genomes Project.

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