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Ron Paul: Why didn’t the North just buy the South’s slaves & free them that way?

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Ron Paul While I was covering CPAC for PJTV, I set up an on camera interview with Ron Paul. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, we weren’t able to actually do the interview. So, when I got back, I pursued an interview with Ron Paul for Right Wing News. I wasn’t sure the interview would happen because not only do I have some differences of opinion with Ron Paul, I was... 

Hitler "was very nice and friendly", says Duchess of Devonshire

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The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, Deborah Cavendish “I SUPPOSE it is rather odd looking back,” the Duchess says with a smile as she recalls having tea with Adolf Hitler in Munich in 1937. “At the time it seemed perfectly ordinary. He was staying in a flat when we visited him and I do remember thinking his set-up was very regular and somewhat haphazard for a head of state.” The... 

52 million Russians were convicted of political charges under Stalin

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The main pro-Kremlin party condemned on Friday plans by Moscow’s mayor to display portraits of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in the Russian capital as part of World War II Victory Day celebrations. “The United Russia party does not support Yury Luzhkov’s idea of decorating Moscow with Joseph Stalin posters ahead of the 65th anniversary of the Soviet victory,” the party... 

Iran's President calls 9/11 "big fabrication"

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday called the September 11 attacks on the United States a “big fabrication” that was used to justify the U.S. war on terrorism, the official IRNA news agency reported. Ahmadinejad, who often rails against the West and Israel, made the comment in a meeting with Intelligence Ministry personnel. It came amid escalating tension in the long-running... 

ADL opposes recognition of “genocide” in Turkey and Ukraine

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Abraham Foxman, Jewish leader of ADL The House Foreign Affairs Committee voted 23 to 22 to acknowledge the mass murder of Christians, mostly ethnic Armenians, by the Turks early in the 20th century. Turkey officially denies that they committed genocide against Christians Armenians, Greeks, and others. The main group that has been lobbying congress not to recognize the killings as “genocide” is... 

Huge head of pharaoh unearthed in Egypt

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The head was part of a gigantic statue with its hands crossed over its chest A colossal red granite head of one of Egypt’s most famous pharaohs has been unearthed in the southern city of Luxor, officials said. The 3,000-year-old head of Amenhotep III – grandfather of Tutankhamun – was dug out of the ruins of the pharaoh’s mortuary temple. Experts say it is the best preserved... 

Historian claims Dresden massacre was intentional

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The bombing of Dresden in February 1945 has remained one of the more controversial aspects of World War Two. Dresden, the ancient and was attacked three times on Feb 13 and 14 — twice by the RAF (Royal Air Force) and once by the USAAF (United States Army Air Force) in an operation involving well over 1,000 bombers. Today is the 65th anniversary of that excessive attack, some say that it was revenge... 

Europeans say Jews exploit past to extort money

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Nearly half of western Europeans believe jews exploit their ‘past persecution’ in order to extort money, a new Israeli report says. The report, which the Jewish Agency conducted jointly with Israel’s Information and Diaspora Ministry, found that 42 percent of those polled by the University of Bielefeld in Germany agreed that “jews exploit the past to extort money,” Haaretz... 

Mein Kampf to see its first post-WWII publication in Germany

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The Munich-based Institute of Contemporary History announced February 3 that it plans to republish Adolf Hitler’s autobiography Mein Kampf in 2015. This would be the book’s first publication in Germany since 1945. Mein Kampf, whose title means “My Struggle,” is Hitler’s autobiography and manifesto containing his views on racial purity and against Judaism and Communism. The... 

Black History Month Myth of the Day - Cell Phone Invention

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Dr. Henry T. Sampson and Dr. George H. Miley (both pictured at right), are two engineering professor teaching in Illinois. Though it looks like Sampson has since retired from teaching and now writes books on the history of blacks in theater and movies. In 1971 they jointly obtained a patent for their own version of a “Gamma Electric Cell” they designed to convert gamma rays into electrical output. Sampson... 

Why Germany really lost World War II

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Field Marshal Erwin Rommel The legendary German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel once wrote: “The battle is fought and decided by the quartermasters before the shooting begins.”. Students of military history tend to pay lip service to the importance of logistics, preferring to read about tanks and artillery, mass and maneuver, attack and counterattack. The reasons for that bias are easy to understand.... 

Computer Indicates Ancient Europeans more Advanced than Previously Believed

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A device so complicated that “if it had not been discovered in 1901, no-one would have believed it possible” — this is the finding of a (relatively) new study of the famous Antikythera mechanism, dating from 150 BC. Found by chance by sponge divers in the wreck of a Roman vessel off the Greek island of Antikythera, it was at first presumed to be the inner workings of a sophisticated clock... 

After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation

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“The most notorious American POW camps were the so-called Rheinwiesenlager.” Here, the Americans allowed “anything up to 40,000 German soldiers to die from hunger and neglect in the muddy flats of the Rhine.” … “any attempt to feed the prisoners by the German civilian population was punishable by death.” This article was published in the Spring 2009 issue of... 

Official Moldovan Mitropoly’s response regarding the recent public Menorah removal in Chisinau

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Moldovan Metropolitan Vladimir Regarding the group of Orthodox Christians who removed the Menorah on December 13, from the Stephen The Great public square in Chisinau, the Moldovan Orthodox Church manifested its opposition regarding the way the Christians gathered there and protested. In the same time, we consider unwelcome the installing of a Jewish symbol in a public space that is highly tied with... 

Is this the lost city of Atlantis? Grainy images released showing city-like structures beneath the Caribbean Sea

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Herald de Paris: Guarding the location’s coordinates carefully, the project’s leader, who wishes to remain anonymous at this time, says the city could be thousands of years old; possibly even pre-dating the ancient Egyptian pyramids, at Giza. A group of ‘undersea archaeologists’ have become the latest to claim they have uncovered the lost city of Atlantis. The scientists – who... 
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