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THE UNITED STATES OF AMNESIA, Part 3

by Stefan Schindler Disturbing facts from American history, continued: 11 – The first 9/11 occurred on September 11th, 1973, when Nixon and Kissinger overthrew the elected government in Chile, the longest running democracy in South America, beginning’s America’s subsequent support … Continue reading

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There’s Blood on Their Hands—Lots of It

The recent massacre of civilians in Paris was horrific, unconscionable, and despicable—as has been the response in Paris, the US, and elsewhere in the West. Revenge, revenge, revenge is the resonating cry. The innocent victims of the terrorist attacks did … Continue reading

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