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1970

1970

On April 30, 1970, then President Richard Milhouse Nixon announced he was sending US troops from Vietnam into Cambodia, a diplomatically-neutral country, thus causing anti-war protests to erupt throught the US on University campuses and city streets. Music continues to make significant impact with the largest ever rock festival held on the Isle of Wight with 600,000 people attending, including some of the biggest name in music including Jimi Hendrix and The Who. This is also the year The Concord makes it’s first its first supersonic flight. Another significant change is the age of voting is now lowered to 18 in the US.

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Dr. MacArthur, who Requested an Appropriation for AIDS Development 15 mos. Earlier, Identified Population Growth as "the Gravest Issue that the World Faces."

Dr. MacArthur, who Requested an Appropriation for AIDS Development 15 mos. Earlier, Identified Population Growth as “the Gravest Issue that the World Faces.”

In July 1969 Dr. MacArthur, Director of the U.S. Army Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) appeared before Congress (the Appropriations Committee of the House) and stated: " within a period of 5-10 years it would be possible to produce a synthetic biological agent, an agent that does not naturally exist and for which no natural immunity could have been acquired." This synthetic anent is AIDS (Acquired ...
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Rockstar Jimi Hendrix Dies at Age 27 with the Official Cause of Death Still Remaining a Mystery

Rockstar Jimi Hendrix Dies at Age 27 with the Official Cause of Death Still Remaining a Mystery

The legendary rockstar was found dead in a flat in Notting Hill, London on September 18 1970 aged just 27. Tests on his body found he had choked to death on his own vomit after consuming a mixture of red wine and sleeping tablets. But an inquest recorded an open verdict – with the official cause of Hendrix' death remaining a mystery. Over the past 47 ...
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Student Anti-War Rebellions Erupt Across the U.S. after Nixon Sends US Troops from Vietnam into Cambodia

Student Anti-War Rebellions Erupt Across the U.S. after Nixon Sends US Troops from Vietnam into Cambodia

On April 30, 1970, then President Richard Milhouse Nixon announced he was sending US troops from Vietnam into Cambodia, a diplomatically-neutral country. His announcement set off a month of intense protests by mainly college and university students across the country, from Maine to Southern California. What follows here is a sampling of the reaction by students on April 30 and May 1 of that year. It ...
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The Staged Disaster on Apollo 13

The Staged Disaster on Apollo 13

Who has not heard of the “miracle out of the mishap” that allegedly took place on Apollo 13 on April 13, 1970? How’s that for occult numerology, especially when considering the fact that Apollo 13 was launched at “1:13 pm Houston time, or 13:13 on a 24-hour military clock”?! There are several absurd aspects to this supposed space accident that was made world-famous by Tom Hanks and Kevin Bacon in the movie APOLLO ...
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Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald's Family was Murdered in a Satanic Ritual and He Would be Falsely Convicted of the Gruesome Crime in a US Gov't Cover Up

Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald’s Family was Murdered in a Satanic Ritual and He Would be Falsely Convicted of the Gruesome Crime in a US Gov’t Cover Up

Dr. Jeffrey R. MacDonald was falsely convicted in August, 1979 of the murder of his wife, Colette, and two young daughters (5 year old Kimberley, and 2 year old Kristen MacDonald) in a bloody and grisly satanic style murder scene that took place in their home in the early morning hours on Ft. Bragg Army base in North Carolina. The murders were committed by a local ...
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US Army Captain of Intelligence Exposes Broad-based Program of Domestic Spying

US Army Captain of Intelligence Exposes Broad-based Program of Domestic Spying

Christopher H. Pyle (born 1939), a journalist and Professor of Politics at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts testified to Congress about the use of military intelligence against civilians, worked for the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, as well as the Senate Committee on Government Oversight. He is the author of several books and Congressional reports on military intelligence and constitutional rights, and has ...
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