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CIA finally admits it masterminded Iran’s 1953 coup

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Late Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq (seated), who was overthrown in a US-British coup in 1953 Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the newly-released documents on US involvement in a 1953 coup against a popular Iranian government reveal no previously-unknown information and do nothing to fade Washington’s crimes. Speaking at his weekly press conference on Tuesday, Abbas Araqchi said that the... 

More and more people are making up Holocaust memoirs

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Joe Corry claims in a book that he was at a death camp that never existed Could there be anything more twisted than these Holocaust fantasists? How more and more people are making up memoirs about witnessing Nazi crimes. Just four days before the end of the war in Europe, a unit of Canadian soldiers was advancing through a thick forest in the north-east of Holland. Accompanying them was a member of... 

Putin: '80% of First Soviet Government was Jewish'

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Russian president Vladimir Putin has said that Jews made up “80 to 85 percent of the first government of the Soviet Union” following the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Putin’s speech, made on June 13 2013, was reported by the official Jewish Telegraphic Agency in an article six days later dealing with Putin’s visit to the Moscow “Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.” According to the JTA... 

Winston Churchill: War Hero or War Criminal?

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Winston Churchill led Britain to victory against the Nazi war machine, but debate continues to rage about whether he was responsible for overseeing atrocities that rival those ordered by Adolf Hitler. History is written by the winners. Although there is lots to admire about Churchill’s bulldog spirit – and Brits are eternally grateful for his tenacious fight against the Nazis – much of Churchill’s... 

Pyramids of Giza built by trade unions of hired workers

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It is traditionally believed that slaves were the main labor force in the construction of the pyramids of Egypt. However, it is not true, at least in respect of the pyramids located in Giza. Not that long ago, British archaeologist Richard Redding proved conclusively that these wonders of the world were built by free hired workers who even had their own unions. The scientist suggested another theory... 

Ancient Mayan pyramid destroyed by construction company in Belize

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Mayan pyramid, Xunantunich, Belize One of the oldest and most famous Mayan pyramids has been destroyed by a construction company in Belize, while digging for crushed rock for a road they were building. The authorities reported on Monday that the company was using bulldozers and backhoes to carry out the works, chipping away at the pyramid’s sides until barely anything was left. Jaime Awe, the head... 

Hollywood conservative unmasked as notorious Holocaust revisionist

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Republican Party Animals operator David Stein says he is really David Cole, and that he still holds controversial views. To those who knew him, or thought they knew him, he was a cerebral, fun-loving gadfly who hosted boozy gatherings for Hollywood’s political conservatives. David Stein brought right-wing congressmen, celebrities, writers and entertainment industry figures together for shindigs,... 

Gagarin's death: Obvious mystery

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Forty-five years ago, on March 27, 1968, during a training flight on a standard fighter, Yuri Gagarin, the first man in history to make a flight into space, was killed. It seems that the official results of the investigation into the death of the cosmonaut were announced long time ago, but various (sometimes very questionable) theories of the tragic event still continue to emerge. Gagarin’s... 

UFO memo most popular online FBI case

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Was it true? An image allegedly showing one of the aliens that were autopsied at Roswell in 1947 The FBI never conducted an investigation about a reported crash of several flying saucers in New Mexico detailed in a memo 63 years ago – which is now believed to have been an elaborate hoax. The memo from Guy Hottel, the special agent in charge of the Washington field office in 1950, was released... 

Russian Communist Poster: Comrades, Turn In Your Weapons!

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Gun control advocates claim historical gun grabs by tyrannical regimes are a “myth”. This 1918 Communist propaganda poster from the Russian civil war serves as yet another reminder that tyrannical regimes throughout history have always sought to disarm their populations through gun control. The poster shows Russian citizens turning in their rifles, handguns and even swords as a communist soldier... 

Stalin's son joined the Nazi forces in Operation Barbarossa against the USSR

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Doting father: Josef Stalin, pictured with his daughter Svetlana Alliluyeva, disowned his son Yakov in 1928 A Soviet archive has yielded up one of the last secrets of World War Two that dictator Josef Stalin took to his grave – the fact his son Yakov gave himself up to Nazi forces during the 1941 invasion of his country. The party line in Stalin’s Russia was always that Yakov Dzhugashvili,... 

Dresden bombing, Britain's forgotten war crime of WWII

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While Britain claims to be an advocate of human rights in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and many other countries around the world, British history itself is corroborating evidence that Britain, the greatest human rights preacher, has also been the most flagrant human rights breacher. More than 500,000 German civilians and refugees, mostly women and children, were slaughtered by Britain’s saturation... 

Moscow wants recourse over $50,000 daily penalties over Hasid books

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Moscow is preparing a lawsuit against the US Library of Congress over rare books claimed by a US-based Hasidic group. The move comes amid ‘outrage’ over a US court ruling to fine Russia US$50,000 daily until it surrenders the texts. ­Russia’s Foreign Ministry is planning to fight the Washington court’s ruling, which reads that Russia must pay $50,000 daily until it agrees to hand over the... 

Biggest dinosaurs had small brains

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Though the plant-eating dinosaur Ampelosaurus was among the largest to walk the Earth, it had a tiny brain. That is according to a recent study. Scientists say that an advanced member of the biggest dinosaurs ever to walk the earth had a tiny brain, the size of a tennis ball. The scientists studied the skull of fossils of the dinosaur Ampelosaurus, which was discovered in the Spanish city of Cuenca... 

Italian Colosseum restorers uncover old frescos, graffiti

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A restoration in the Italian most famous and historical monument Colosseum has yielded ancient traces of colorful frescoes as well as graffiti and drawings. The restorers cleaning the Colosseum discovered the artworks in the internal passageway, between the second and third levels of the first Century Colosseum of the building. The frescoes remains located under decades of calcified rock and grime... 
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