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1920’s

1920’s

Twenties Fashions, Major Advances in Technology with many of the inventions still in use today, The growth of the movie industry, women voting rights, the start of the mass production of cars, radios for the home and popular culture, The Twenties were a time of radical change caused by the many changes happening in technology with new advancements, discoveries, and inventions.

" >music more accessible than ever before: the phonograph, radio, and the record player. Piano sales sagged as phonograph production increased from 190,000 in 1923 to 5 million in just six years! The popularity of jazz and blues music fueled the phonograph boom. A few of the most popular musicians during the time were George Gershwin, Al Jolson, Louis Armstrong, and Eddie Cantor.

The creation of highly influential secretive organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Frankfurt Institute, and the League of Nations (forerunner to the United Nations) were created to steer the US and world towards global governance and a New World Order.

Notable Literature of the decade includes Ed Bernays’ ‘Propaganda‘ and Adolph Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf‘.

Top 10 Songs in the 1920’s!

  • Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Fats Waller
  • Dark was the night – Blind Willie Johnson
  • Down Hearted Blues – Bessie Smith
  • In the Jailhouse Now – Jimmie Rodgers
  • Makin’ Whoopee! – Bing Crosby
  • My Man – Fanny Brice
  • Swanee – Al Johnson
  • West End Blues – Louis Armstrong
  • Willie the Weeper – Louis Armstrong
  • You’d be Surprised – Eddie Cantor

The Rise of Hollywood

The movie industry in the Roaring Twenties really blossomed and expanded. The 1920’s was the start of the studio and the birth of “stars”. Most people are unaware that the greatest output of feature films in the US occurred in the 1920’s and 1930’s – averaging about 800 film releases in one year. By the mid-20’s, movies were big business with a capital investment totaling over $2 billion! Some theaters even started to offer double features during the end of this time.

Even the earliest films were organized into genres. The major genre emphasis was on swashbucklers, horrors, and melodramas. The transition to sound-on-film technology occurred mid-decade with the talkies, or “taling pictures” developed in the mid 20’s, after about a decade of experimental techniques. The two studios that were crucial in the development of technology of sound in movies were Fox Studios and the Warner Brothers.

In the earliest years of the motion picture industry, production, distribution, and exhibition were separately controlled. It wasn’t until the industry’s rapid growth that these functions became integrated to maximize profits. By the end of the decade, the “Big Five” were set to rule and monopolize the film-making industry for the next 50 years. The Big Five Studios were: Warner Bros. Pictures, Famous Players-Lasky Corporation (Later became Paramount Pictures), RKO Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Fox Film Corporation (Later became 20th-Century Fox).

Directors were finally able to break out of the norm in the 1920’s. They received more recognition than ever before as they used their own personal stylistic signatures on their films. Many believe that this is a reason why so many movies were being produced during this time. Without the limitations of movie directing, the director’s role dramatically changed.

In the 1920’s came the first Academy Awards, first talking picture, and the first musical. The film industry was dominated by comedy and adventure with films like The Three Musketeers, Robin Hood, and The Black Pirate. The three movies that won Oscars in the 1920’s were The Broadway Melody, Sunrise, and Wings. Here is a list of the 10 most popular films in the twenties!

Top 10 Movies in the 1920’s!

  1. Metropolis (1927)Watch
  2. Nosferatu (1922)
  3. The Kid (1921)
  4. The Gold Rush (1925)
  5. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
  6. The General (1926)
  7. Battleship Potemkin (1925)
  8. Sunrise (1927)
  9. Wings (1927)
  10. Old San Francisco (1927)

Source: https://www.cariloop.com/blast-from-past-top-10-songs-movies-1920s/

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Black Tuesday Marks the Beginning of the Great Depression: A Ten Year Crisis Engineered by International Bankers.

Black Tuesday Marks the Beginning of the Great Depression: A Ten Year Crisis Engineered by International Bankers.

In the United States, the Great Depression began soon after the stock market crash of October 1929, which sent Wall Street into a panic and wiped out millions of investors. Over the next several years, consumer spending and investment dropped, causing steep declines in industrial output and rising levels of unemployment as failing companies laid off workers. By 1933, when the Great Depression reached its nadir, ...
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Aleister Crowley Publishes "The Moonchild"

Aleister Crowley Publishes “The Moonchild”

Published in 1929, “The Moonchild” was a work of fiction based on actual people and events. Characters based on the famous and infamous of the time were given fictitious names — Dancer Isadora Duncan appeared as Lavinia King, and inventor of the Rider-Waite tarot, A.E. Waite, appeared as Arthwaite. The work is the story of a war between dark and light magicians over an unborn child imbued ...
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The New York Times Headlines Read, "Federal Advisory Council Mystery Meeting in Washington" Just Prior to the Market Crash

The New York Times Headlines Read, “Federal Advisory Council Mystery Meeting in Washington” Just Prior to the Market Crash

The New York Times headlines read, "Federal Advisory Council Mystery Meeting in Washington". Resolutions were adopted by the council and transmitted to the board, but their purpose was closely guarded. An atmosphere of deep mystery was thrown about the proceedings both by the board and the council. Every effort was made to guard the proceedings of this extraordinary session. Evasive replies were given to newspaper correspondents." ...
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Edward Bernays Publishes 'Propaganda': "Propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government"

Edward Bernays Publishes ‘Propaganda’: “Propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government”

Edward Bernays, who is considered to be the “father of public relations” and used concepts discovered by his uncle Sigmund Freud to manipulate the public using the subconscious, publishes his book "Propaganda". Chapter 1 begins with these words (Unless otherwise noted, page numbers refer to the 2004 Ig Publishing edition, ISBN 0970312598): The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses ...
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The Secret Oil Cartel Beginnings in the Scottish Highlands

The Secret Oil Cartel Beginnings in the Scottish Highlands

Three men had an appointment at Achnacarry Castle - a Dutchman, an American and an Englishman. The Dutchman was Henry Deterding, a man nicknamed the Napoleon of Oil, having exploited a find in Sumatra. He joined forces with a rich ship owner and painted Shell salesman and together the two men founded Royal Dutch Shell. The American was Walter C. Teagle and he represents the Standard ...
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Hearings on a Stabilization Amendment to the Federal Reserve Act Concluded with Warnings that a Financial Crash had Been Planned in 1927 by the International Bankers

Hearings on a Stabilization Amendment to the Federal Reserve Act Concluded with Warnings that a Financial Crash had Been Planned in 1927 by the International Bankers

The House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency conducted meetings in 1928 from March 19-21; April 30; and most of May (1-3, 4, 8, 9, 15-18, 23, 24, 28, and 29) regarding a bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. The goal was to "define certain policies toward which the powers of the federal reserve system shall be directed; to further promote the ...
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Dr. L. Parry Writing in the British Medical Journal asks: "How is it that smallpox is five times as likely to be fatal in the vaccinated as in the unvaccinated?"

Dr. L. Parry Writing in the British Medical Journal asks: “How is it that smallpox is five times as likely to be fatal in the vaccinated as in the unvaccinated?”

Writing in the British Medical Journal (Jan. 21, 1928 p.116), Dr. L. Parry questioned the vaccination statistics, which revealed a higher death rate amongst the vaccinated than the unvaccinated, and asked the questions: How is it that smallpox is five times as likely to be fatal in the vaccinated as in the unvaccinated? ...
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Philo T. Farnsworth Invents the Television. RCA attempts to Steal his Patent.

Philo T. Farnsworth Invents the Television. RCA attempts to Steal his Patent.

Philo T Farnsworth (1906-1971) was a Mormon farm boy who is the undisputed inventor of television yet he made little money and got little credit for his efforts. Instead he was tied up in litigation by David Sarnoff and his RCA corporate lawyers, and, although he eventually was ruled the sole inventor of TV  by the US Patent Office, he collected precious few royalties from Sarnoff ...
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Maine Education Commissioner Dr. Augustus Thomas: "If There are Those who Think we are to Jump Immediately into a New World Order... They are Doomed to Disappointment."

Maine Education Commissioner Dr. Augustus Thomas: “If There are Those who Think we are to Jump Immediately into a New World Order… They are Doomed to Disappointment.”

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR OF AUGUST 8, 1927 quoted from an address to the World Federation of Education Associations (WFEA) at their Toronto, Canada conference delivered by Dr. Augustus Thomas, commissioner of education for the state of Maine. Excerpts from Dr. Thomas’s revealing address follow: If there are those who think we are to jump immediately into a new world order, actuated by complete understanding and ...
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Mao: "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun"

Mao: “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun”

The phrase was originally used by Mao during an emergency meeting of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on 7 August 1927, at the beginning of the Chinese Civil War. Mao employed the phrase a second time on 6 November 1938, during his concluding speech at the sixth Plenary Session of the CCP's sixth Central Committee. The speech was concerned with both the Civil War and the Second Sino-Japanese War, which had commenced the ...
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Buck v. Bell: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Compulsory Sterilization of the Unfit

Buck v. Bell: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Compulsory Sterilization of the Unfit

One of the worst Supreme Court rulings in history. In the 1927 case Buck v. Bell, the court upheld a statute that enabled the state of Virginia to sterilize so-called mental defectives or imbeciles. The person in question was Carrie Buck, a poor, young woman then confined in the Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and the Feebleminded, though she was neither epileptic nor mentally disabled (only ...
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The FBI Poisoned Alcohol During the Prohibition Era Killing an Estimated 10,000 People and Sickening, Blinding, & Paralyzing Tens of Thousands More

The FBI Poisoned Alcohol During the Prohibition Era Killing an Estimated 10,000 People and Sickening, Blinding, & Paralyzing Tens of Thousands More

It was Christmas Eve 1926, the streets aglitter with snow and lights, when the man afraid of Santa Claus stumbled into the emergency room at New York City's Bellevue Hospital. He was flushed, gasping with fear: Santa Claus, he kept telling the nurses, was just behind him, wielding a baseball bat. Before hospital staff realized how sick he was—the alcohol-induced hallucination was just a symptom—the man ...
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Famous Magician (and Intelligence Asset?), Harry Houdini, Dies After being Poisoned?

Famous Magician (and Intelligence Asset?), Harry Houdini, Dies After being Poisoned?

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Eight Doctors signed a petition to the Dept of National Health and Welfare at Ottawa, asking for Independent Research on Nurse Caisse's Cancer Cure Discovery

Eight Doctors signed a petition to the Dept of National Health and Welfare at Ottawa, asking for Independent Research on Nurse Caisse’s Cancer Cure Discovery

Rene Caisse operated her cancer clinic under the supervision and observation of a number of doctors.  Based on what those doctors saw with their own eyes, eight of them signed a petition to the Department of National Health and Welfare at Ottawa, asking that Nurse Caisse be given facilities to do independent research on her discovery.  Their petition, dated at Toronto on October 27, 1926, read ...
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Calvin Coolidge Address Before the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C. - "… As there were Fathers in our Republic so there were Mothers."

Calvin Coolidge Address Before the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C. – “… As there were Fathers in our Republic so there were Mothers.”

Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Coming to address the Thirty-fifth Continental Congress of the National Society of the Daughters American Revolution reminds me that I have had that privilege several times in the past. You represent one of the most distinguished patriotic orders of our Nation in cherishing the memory of the people and the record of the events of the great struggle ...
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Broadcasting the Barricades: A Fake News Hoax by the BBC, a Prank, or a Prelude to War of the Worlds Psyop?

Broadcasting the Barricades: A Fake News Hoax by the BBC, a Prank, or a Prelude to War of the Worlds Psyop?

On January 16th, at 7.40pm in the evening (from cramped Edinburgh offices, located in the back premises of a music shop at 79 George Street), an unconventional priest named Father Ronald Knox began his one man reading of a production he called Broadcasting the Barricades. Constructed in an incredibly similar way to the Orson Welles War of the Worlds play, it begins in innocuous terms with ...
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'Mein Kampf', or 'My Struggle', is Published by Adolf Hitler: His Struggle to Save the Aryan Race from the Jews and their Allies

‘Mein Kampf’, or ‘My Struggle’, is Published by Adolf Hitler: His Struggle to Save the Aryan Race from the Jews and their Allies

In 1 January 2016, Mein Kampf came out of copyright. It had been 70 years since the author’s death, and by international copyright law, legal protection for the book had expired. Thus it is perhaps a good time to reconsider and reexamine this most notorious work—and perhaps to banish some of the many myths surrounding it to history. In fact, we are long overdue for a ...
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Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes, or the SCOPES “MONKEY TRIAL,” Took Place in Dayton, Tennessee. Should the Theory of Evolution be Taught in Schools?

Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes, or the SCOPES “MONKEY TRIAL,” Took Place in Dayton, Tennessee. Should the Theory of Evolution be Taught in Schools?

This trial was an important educational milestone regarding the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools. Scopes, who was conned into being the accused teacher (claims he never even taught the theory), pitted two famous barristers of the day—William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow—against each other. The basic argument of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the evolutionists’ was that evolutionary theory should ...
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The US Supreme Court Ruled in Pierce v. Society of Sisters that States could not Compel Children to Attend Public Schools. "The Child is Not the Mere Creature of the State"

The US Supreme Court Ruled in Pierce v. Society of Sisters that States could not Compel Children to Attend Public Schools. “The Child is Not the Mere Creature of the State”

Pierce v. Society of Sisters, the U.S. Supreme Court declared unconstitutional a 1922 Oregon law that compelled children aged eight to sixteen to attend not just a school, but the public schools. The Oregon compulsory public education law was sponsored by the Ku Klux Klan, Federated Patriotic Societies, the Masons, and smaller groups that appealed to white supremacist, anti-Catholic, anti-Semitic, and nativist beliefs. Drawing on popular ...
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The Light Bulb Conspiracy: The Beginning of Planned Obsolescence in the World of Consumerism

The Light Bulb Conspiracy: The Beginning of Planned Obsolescence in the World of Consumerism

A group of leading international businessmen - representatives from all the major light bulb manufacturers, including Germany’s Osram, the Netherlands’ Philips, France’s Compagnie des Lampes, and the United States’ General Electric, gathered in a secret meeting and founded the Phoebus cartel, a supervisory body that would carve up the worldwide incandescent light bulb market, with each national and regional zone assigned its own manufacturers and production quotas. It was the first ...
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President Calvin Coolidge Speech At the Unveiling of the Equestrian Statue of Francis Asbury: 'Our Government Rests Upon Religion."

President Calvin Coolidge Speech At the Unveiling of the Equestrian Statue of Francis Asbury: ‘Our Government Rests Upon Religion.”

Washington, DC | October 15, 1924 This occasion cannot but recall to our minds in a most impressive way the sacrifice and devotion that has gone into the making of our country. It is impossible to interpret it as the working out of a plan devised by man. The wisest and most far sighted of them had little conception of the greatness of the structure which ...
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Lord Montagu Norman: “When, through process of law, the common people lose their homes, they will become more docile and more easily governed..."

Lord Montagu Norman: “When, through process of law, the common people lose their homes, they will become more docile and more easily governed…”

The following quotation was reprinted in the Idaho Leader, USA, on 26th August 1924, and has been read into the Australian Federal Hansard twice: by John Evans MP, in 1926, and by MD Cowan MP, in the session of 1930-31. Montagu Norman, Governor of The Bank Of England, addressing the United States Bankers’ Association, NYC 1924: “Capital must protect itself in every possible way, both by ...
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The Frankfurt School, an Illuminati Think-tank, is Formed by Marxist Philosophers

The Frankfurt School, an Illuminati Think-tank, is Formed by Marxist Philosophers

Western civilization at the present day is passing through a crisis which is essentially different from anything that has been previously experienced. Other societies in the past have changed their social institutions or their religious beliefs under the influence of external forces or the slow development of internal growth. But none, like our own, has ever consciously faced the prospect of a fundamental alteration of the ...
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In His 1st Month as Editor of the JAMA, Morris Fishbein Launches His First of Many Attacks on Natural Cancer Cures with a Scathing Article on Scientist Dinshah Ghadiali's SCT

In His 1st Month as Editor of the JAMA, Morris Fishbein Launches His First of Many Attacks on Natural Cancer Cures with a Scathing Article on Scientist Dinshah Ghadiali’s SCT

Dinshah Ghadiali was a gifted scientist who developed and used with great success what he called Spectro-Chrome Therapy ("SCT").  It was simply subjecting people to light waves.  In certain respects, it was little different from Royal Rife's therapy.  As soon as Morris Fishbein became editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1924 he attacked Ghadiali and SCT in the January 24, 1924 edition ...
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CFR Magazine 'Foreign Affairs': "Obviously There is Going to be No Peace nor Prosperity for Mankind... Until Some Kind of International System is Created."

CFR Magazine ‘Foreign Affairs’: “Obviously There is Going to be No Peace nor Prosperity for Mankind… Until Some Kind of International System is Created.”

The CFR endorses World Government in its magazine “Foreign Affairs." Author Philip Kerr states: “Obviously there is going to be no peace nor prosperity for mankind as long as the earth remains divided into 50 or 60 independent states,  The real problem today is that of world government.” ...
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