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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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Syria: Between a rock and a hard place

By guest author, Michael Corgan Does the ongoing Syrian civil war have echoes of the Spanish civil war of nearly 80 years ago? If the conflict were only between the Syrian government and rebel forces (as was true in opposing … Continue reading

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