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1890s

1890s

The mysterious death of Vincent Van Gogh; Cecil Rhodes and William Thomas Stead Organized the ‘Circle of Initiates’ that Would Evolve to the Round Table Groups (CFR, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg, RIIA, etc.); the U.S. pledge of allegiance is adopted; Nikola Tesla gave the first public demonstration of radio in St. Louis and Marconi attempted to steal his patent; French Officer Alfred Dreyfus is convicted of treason by a military court-martial and sentenced to life in prison; the gasoline automobile is patented!… not by Ford, but by George Seldon, a patent attorney; and the false flag explosion and sinking of the USS Maine leads to the Spanish-American War.

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The Boxer Rebellion: Britain Invades China Before the Emperor Could Destroy Opium Crops

The Boxer Rebellion: Britain Invades China Before the Emperor Could Destroy Opium Crops

The real reason that Britain went to war against the Chinese (The Boxer Rebellion) was to prevent the emperor of China – concerned about the spread of drug use among his people – from destroying China’s opium crop. The British, who were making huge profits from the opium trade, had Parliament declare war against the Chinese for interfering with their profitable "commerce." One of the spoils ...
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The Second Boer War

The Second Boer War

Rich and powerful elites have long dreamed of world control. The ambitious Romans, Attila the Hun, great Muslim leaders of Medieval Spain, the Mughals of India all exercised immense influence over different parts of the globe in set periods of recognized ascendancy. Sometimes tribal, sometimes national, sometimes religious, often dynastic, their success defined epochs, but was never effectively global until the twentieth century. At that point, ...
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A New York Medical Journal Article, 'Vaccination in Italy', Documents Stats of Higher Deaths Among Vaccinated & Has No Place in Medicine

A New York Medical Journal Article, ‘Vaccination in Italy’, Documents Stats of Higher Deaths Among Vaccinated & Has No Place in Medicine

In an article, "Vaccination In Italy", which appeared in the New York Medical Journal, July 1899, Charles Rauta, Professor of Hygiene and Material Medical in the University of Perguia, Italy, wrote: "Italy is one of the best-vaccinated countries in the world, if not the best of all.  For twenty years before 1885, our nation was vaccinated in the proportion of 98.5 percent.  Notwithstanding, the epidemics of smallpox ...
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Martial Law, a Frame-Up Attempt, Kidnapping, and Murder Result from an Idaho Mining Building Bombing

Martial Law, a Frame-Up Attempt, Kidnapping, and Murder Result from an Idaho Mining Building Bombing

The Idaho murder trial: Labor unites to defeat a frame-up It began with the bombing of a building. The explosion led to a hunt for terrorists. Men were seized without warrants, transported long distances, and placed in solitary confinement. Those judicial kidnappings were defended by the Supreme Court. But the events did not originate from the mountains of Afghanistan (or anywhere in the Middle East); they ...
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'The Strenuous Life' Speech by Theodore Roosevelt

‘The Strenuous Life’ Speech by Theodore Roosevelt

Former President Theodore Roosevelt's famous speech The Strenuous Life begins with Roosevelt's confession, "I wish to preach... the doctrine of the strenuous life." He 'preaches' in this speech about what he believes the strenuous life really is, and why it is a valuable part of what makes America a powerful and meaningful country. He says that because life in America was difficult (especially during the early 20th century), ...
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Spain signed the Treaty of Paris, ending the Spanish-American War and Relinquishing Control of Cuba to the USA

Spain signed the Treaty of Paris, ending the Spanish-American War and Relinquishing Control of Cuba to the USA

Spain signed the Treaty of Paris, ending the Spanish-American War and relinquishing control of Cuba to the USA. The US administered the island for 3 years. Independence was proclaimed on May 20, 1902 ...
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Yellow Journalism Cartoon by Leon Barritt, first published in "Vim"

Yellow Journalism Cartoon by Leon Barritt, first published in “Vim”

Today, William Randolph Hearst is widely known for his rivalry with Joseph Pulitzer and his extreme yellow journalism. Pulitzer's newspaper, the New York World, was already well established by the time Hearst moved to New York City and set up his newspaper, the New York Journal. Ironically, Hearst had bought the failing paper from a man who had bought it from Pulitzer's own brother, Albert Pulitzer. Over time, the ...
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The Spanish-American War Begins After the False Flag Bombing of the Battleship Maine

The Spanish-American War Begins After the False Flag Bombing of the Battleship Maine

U.S. Secretary of State John Hay called the Spanish-American War of 1898 a “splendid little war.” Superficially, the description seemed apt. After the battleship Maine mysteriously exploded in Havana Harbor — an incident then blamed on Spain — America went to war, our citizens urged to free Cuba from Spanish rule as well as avenge the Maine. Largely a naval war, an American squadron under Commodore George Dewey ...
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The Sinking of the USS Maine: Was it a False Flag?

The Sinking of the USS Maine: Was it a False Flag?

On February 15, 1898, a massive explosion of unknown origin sinks the battleship USS Maine in Cuba’s Havana harbor, killing 260 of the fewer than 400 American crew members aboard. One of the first American battleships, the Maine weighed more than 6,000 tons and was built at a cost of more than $2 million. Ostensibly on a friendly visit, the Maine had been sent to Cuba ...
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Horror: Police and Health Officials Forcibly Vaccinate Entire African-American Group at Wedding

Horror: Police and Health Officials Forcibly Vaccinate Entire African-American Group at Wedding

Alex Jones uncovers the horrifying story of Georgia police forcibly vaccinating an African American wedding party against their will ...
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Rothschild backed Zionist Leader Theodore Herzl Organizes the First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland Predicting a Zionist State within 50 Years

Rothschild backed Zionist Leader Theodore Herzl Organizes the First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland Predicting a Zionist State within 50 Years

Theodor Herzl, of Austria, was the founder of Political Zionism. It was established at a secret convention of Zionist leaders August 29th to 31st, 1897, in Bazle, Switzerland. It was at this convention that the "Bazle Programme" - the Protocols were adopted. Herzl presided at the conference and it was due to his untiring energy and zeal that the conference was called. The object of the ...
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Flouride is First Patented as an Insecticide as an "Improved Composition or Material for Destroying Insects"

Flouride is First Patented as an Insecticide as an “Improved Composition or Material for Destroying Insects”

Flouride first patented as insecticide: Charles Henry HIGBEE, of New York City, N.Y., Manager of Manufacturing Company: "An improved composition or material for destroying insects", British Patent GB 8236; filed April 18, 1896; pat. May 23, 1896. ("The compounds of fluorine which I employ for the purpose of destroying insects, are certain soluble ones, viz.: sodium fluoride, ferric fluoride, the silico-fluorides of the same bases, hydro-fluo-silicic acid, and the boro-fluo-silicates") From the "Introduction" to Chapter 7, "Fluorine-containing insecticides", by ...
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The Gasoline Automobile is Patented!... Not by Ford, but by George Seldon, a Patent Attorney

The Gasoline Automobile is Patented!… Not by Ford, but by George Seldon, a Patent Attorney

Visitors to Mt. Hope Cemetery in Rochester, N.Y., often remark on a simple tombstone bearing the name George Baldwin Selden. Below Selden's name is his claim to fame: "Inventor of the gasoline automobile." "Selden? Never heard of him," is the usual comment of cemetery visitors. A hundred years ago nearly everybody knew Selden's name--especially anyone about to purchase of one of the new-fangled automobiles. Selden's 1895 ...
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Booker T. Washington: Address to the Atlanta Exposition

Booker T. Washington: Address to the Atlanta Exposition

Booker T. Washington’s 1895 Address to the Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition is one of the most famous speeches in American history. The goal of the Atlanta Exposition was to showcase the economic progress of the South since the Civil War, to encourage international trade, and to attract investors to the region. Anxious to show there had been progress in race relations as well, the ...
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Dreyfus Affair (PsyOp): French Officer Alfred Dreyfus is Convicted of Treason by a Military Court-martial and Sentenced to Life in Prison

Dreyfus Affair (PsyOp): French Officer Alfred Dreyfus is Convicted of Treason by a Military Court-martial and Sentenced to Life in Prison

The Dreyfus Affair (1894-1906) traumatized and transformed France. Edmund de Rothschild arranged for an innocent Jew, Captain Alfred Dreyfus, to be charged with spying. This aroused anti-Semitism so Jews would go to Israel, as is happening today. Later,  when the real spy, Esterhazy, a secret Rothschild agent, confessed, Jews were vindicated and Patriotic France disgraced. "All history books tell this story in terms of a comforting morality ...
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Puck Magazine Prints Illustration Depicting Yellow Journalism / Fake News

Puck Magazine Prints Illustration Depicting Yellow Journalism / Fake News

Print shows a newspaper owner, possibly meant to be Joseph Pulitzer, sitting in a chair in his office next to an open safe where "Profits" are spilling out onto the floor; outside this scene are many newspaper reporters for the "Daily Splurge" rushing to the office to toss their stories onto the printing press, such stories as "A Week as a Tramp!! Wild and Exciting Experiences ...
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Tesla Gives 1st Public Demonstration of Radio. Marconi, using Tesla's Technology, Steals Patent... Temporarily!

Tesla Gives 1st Public Demonstration of Radio. Marconi, using Tesla’s Technology, Steals Patent… Temporarily!

Nikola Tesla gave the first public demonstration of radio in St. Louis on March 1, 1893, although he had presented his work prior to this behind closed doors. Tesla first demonstrated wireless transmissions during a lecture in 1891. Just days before the St. Louis presentation, Tesla addressed the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, on February 23, 1893, describing in detail the principles of early radio communication. Tesla ...
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Rain-Making Tests Unpopular in Washington after Bombardment of the Sky Kept People Up All Night.

Rain-Making Tests Unpopular in Washington after Bombardment of the Sky Kept People Up All Night.

Ref: "Rain-Making Test Unpopular in Washington" Boston Evening Transcript, November 3 1892 Source: https://weathermodificationhistory.com/1892-rainmaking-test-unpopular-washington/ ...
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The Pledge of Allegiance is Born when a Boston Magazine Published the Words for Youth to Repeat on Columbus Day

The Pledge of Allegiance is Born when a Boston Magazine Published the Words for Youth to Repeat on Columbus Day

The Boston based "The Youth's Companion" magazine published a few words for students to repeat on Columbus Day that year. Written by Francis Bellamy, the circulation manager and native of Rome, New York, and reprinted on thousands of leaflets, was sent out to public schools across the country. On October 12, 1892, the quadricentennial of Columbus' arrival, more than 12 million children recited the Pledge of ...
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Church of the Holy Trinity v. United States: Supreme Court Decides America is a Christian Nation!

Church of the Holy Trinity v. United States: Supreme Court Decides America is a Christian Nation!

In a day and age where there is much discussion and debate over our Christian heritage, who better to settle the argument as to whether or not the United States of America was founded as a Christian nation than the United States Supreme Court — the ultimate authority and final arbiter. What if I told you the modern day argument between the secular progressives and Christian ...
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Ellis Island Immigration Station Opens

Ellis Island Immigration Station Opens

In December, 1891 seventeen-year-old Annie Moore of County Cork, climbed aboard the USS Nevada, along with her two younger brothers, in Queensland, Ireland (now known as Cobh). On January 1, 1892 they disembarked to join their parents in New York, the first of seven hundred new immigrants to enter the United States through Ellis Island, formerly considered part of New York but declared by a judge, ...
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'Labour Leader' Newspaper writes that Rothschild's "Piled up its Prodigious Wealth Chiefly Through Fomenting Wars"

‘Labour Leader’ Newspaper writes that Rothschild’s “Piled up its Prodigious Wealth Chiefly Through Fomenting Wars”

The “Labour Leader” newspaper of Britain on December 19, 1891 referred to the Rothschilds when they wrote: This blood-sucking crew has been the cause of untold mischief and misery in Europe during the present century, and has piled up its prodigious wealth chiefly through fomenting wars between States which ought never to have quarreled. Wherever there is trouble in Europe, wherever rumors of war circulate and ...
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Reno Evening Gazette Publishes Cartoon on the 'Effects of Rain Making'

Reno Evening Gazette Publishes Cartoon on the ‘Effects of Rain Making’

Reno Evening Gazette (Reno, Nevada) Sep 5, 1891 Uncle Sam’s Rain: Prosperity. Politician’s Rain: Office. Miser’s Rain: Money. Merchant’s Rain: Orders. Farmer’s Rain: Crops. Spinster’s Rain: Angels? Babies? Source: https://weathermodificationhistory.com/effects-of-rainmaking/ ...
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Cecil Rhodes and William Thomas Stead Organized the 'Circle of Initiates' that Would Evolve to the Round Table Groups (CFR, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg, RIIA, etc.)

Cecil Rhodes and William Thomas Stead Organized the ‘Circle of Initiates’ that Would Evolve to the Round Table Groups (CFR, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg, RIIA, etc.)

According to Carroll Quigley in his book "Tragedy and Hope" (1966), "John Ruskin spoke to the Oxford undergraduates [1871] as members of the privileged, ruling class. He told them that they were the possessors of a magnificent tradition of education, beauty, rule of law, freedom, decency, and self-discipline but that tradition could not be saved, and did not deserve to be saved, unless it could be ...
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Virulent White Supremacist Benjamin Tillman Elected Governor of South Carolina

Virulent White Supremacist Benjamin Tillman Elected Governor of South Carolina

On this day in history, the outspoken racist Benjamin Tillman, who advocated violence against African American voters, was elected Governor of South Carolina. Tillman was born on August 11, 1847, in Edgefield, South Carolina on a plantation with 86 slaves. After the Civil War, Tillman himself became a landowner, and by 1876, Tillman was the largest landowner in Edgefield County. According to “‘Pitchfork’ Ben Tillman: The ...
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