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Suppose They Gave a War and No One Came?

2014 year marks the 100th anniversary of the Christmas truce during World War I. On December 25, 1914, two-thirds of the Western Front (roughly 100,000 British and German troops) spontaneously exited their trenches to exchange chocolate, cigarettes, brandy rum and souvenirs.

War is a Racket

Published in 1933 by retired Marine Major General Smedley Butler, War is a Racket is a classic expose of the role of Wall Street profiteering in instigating war.

Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers (Part I)

Jewish historian Brian Mark Rigg: “Numerous areas relating to the Holocaust and the Nazi era in general remain largely unexplained or poorly understood

The Real Vampires: An Insider’s View of Banks

According to Quigley, banks have controlled western society by manipulating the money supply since the creation of the Bank of England and the fractional reserve lending system in 1694.

WWI – Is it still going on, with almost the same...

- What we have is literally a war going on against people by not only their respective governments, but a whole host of private and foreign actors

History: Read it and Learn (Part V of: A Bird’s Eye...

by Prof. Moti Nissani --- “The real menace of our Republic is the invisible government which like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our...

The American Battle Monument at Belleau Wood

" The Battle of Belleau Wood was for the U.S. the biggest battle since Appomattox and the most considerable engagment U.S. troops have every had with a foreign enemy." General Pershing

Blind Obedience

“Blind Obedience” to orders is an often-heard left-wing liberal rant in reference to those of us who have made a career in the military. Left-wing types demean and insult too - men and women who complete a tour in the military and decide to move into civilian life following honorable and proud service. Leftist views include military folks blindly obeying orders. Very different from the real world of military life. Consider:

Last U.S. World War I Veteran Seeks DC War Memorial

America's last surviving World War I veteran says Congress should pass legislation to create a memorial in the nation's capital honoring veterans of that conflict. Frank Buckles, the 109-year-old honorary chairman of the World War I Memorial Foundation, said Wednesday on the eve of Veterans Day that such a memorial is overdue.