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PragerU Takes Legal Action Against Google and YouTube for Discrimination

PragerU Takes Legal Action Against Google and YouTube for Discrimination

Prager University (PragerU) filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California to stop Google and YouTube from unlawfully censoring its educational videos and discriminating against its right to freedom of speech. The lawsuit cites more than 50 PragerU videos which have either been “restricted” or “demonetized” by Google/YouTube. The PragerU videos range on various subjects presenting a conservative point of view, and include a video by noted Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz on the founding of Israel. PragerU previously compiled a complete list of their restricted videos here, which includes: “Why America Must ...
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The Hollywood Suspense Thriller, "The Manchurian Candidate" is Released about a Brainwashed (MKULTRA) Agent Assassin

The Hollywood Suspense Thriller, “The Manchurian Candidate” is Released about a Brainwashed (MKULTRA) Agent Assassin

At the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962, Hollywood released a suspense thriller, “The Manchurian Candidate,” that centered on a Korean War veteran who had been captured and brainwashed by his North Korean captors. Following his release and discharge from the U.S. Army, the veteran becomes an unwitting assassin, a sleeper agent, involved in an international communist conspiracy to subvert and take over the U.S. government. The Manchurian Candidate was originally a novel by Richard Condon that was first published in 1959. It is a political thriller about the son of a prominent U.S. political family ...
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Major William E. Mayer, a noted U.S. Army Psychiatrist, Gave a Speech titled, "Brainwashing: The Ultimate Weapon"

Major William E. Mayer, a noted U.S. Army Psychiatrist, Gave a Speech titled, “Brainwashing: The Ultimate Weapon”

Ladies and Gentlemen, Major William E. Mayer, noted Army psychiatrist attached to Brook Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, gave the following address to the officers and supervisors of the San Francisco Naval Shipyard in the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory on the 4th of October 1956. In his introduction, Major Mayer pointed out that during the past 40 years the Communists have gained absolute control over one person in three of the world’s population, roughly 900 million people. This control has been gained, in part, by the well known devices of war, purges, Siberian work camps, mass executions, etc ...
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Dwight Eisenhower's First Inaugural Address

Dwight Eisenhower’s First Inaugural Address

My friends, before I begin the expression of those thoughts that I deem appropriate to this moment, would you permit me the privilege of uttering a little private prayer of my own. And I ask that you bow your heads: Almighty God, as we stand here at this moment my future associates in the executive branch of government join me in beseeching that Thou will make full and complete our dedication to the service of the people in this throng, and their fellow citizens everywhere. Give us, we pray, the power to discern clearly right from wrong, and allow ...
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Truman Authorizes the Seizure of United States Steel Mills

Truman Authorizes the Seizure of United States Steel Mills

On June 24, 1950, North Korea invaded South Korea. The United Nations Council called on all U.N. members to help repel the invasion. Under his authority as commander in chief of the armed forces, President Harry S. Truman ordered American troops to help defend the beleaguered South Koreans. Believing that the Korean War would end quickly, Truman did not ask Congress for a formal declaration of war. However, in November of 1950, when China sent its soldiers to support the North Koreans, the war entered a new and uncertain phase. Again, Truman decided not to request a declaration of ...
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Germ Warfare: China First Discovers the USA's use of Insects Carrying Various Pathogens in Korean War

Germ Warfare: China First Discovers the USA’s use of Insects Carrying Various Pathogens in Korean War

Still today, the controversy over the use of bacteriological warfare by the United States during the Korean War (1950-53) has not been settled. In the heat of military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, the issue came to the attention of the world when Foreign Minister Pak Hon-yong of the DPRK and Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai accused the United States of waging germ warfare in Korea and Northeast China. It was on January 28, 1952 that the Chinese People's Volunteers (CPVs) army first discovered insects carrying various pathogens in the DPRK, according to a book "History of the War to ...
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Former OSS and CIA Journalist Edward Hunter Writes Propaganda Article "Brain-Washing: Tactics Force Chinese into Ranks of Communist Party"

Former OSS and CIA Journalist Edward Hunter Writes Propaganda Article “Brain-Washing: Tactics Force Chinese into Ranks of Communist Party”

According to Annie Jacobsen in her book 'The Pentagon's Brain' who uncovered shocking details via the FOIA, following several confessions by captured POW's that the American's had been using germ warfare on Koreans in the Korean War, the Pentagon began a propaganda campaign to discredit the claims. Secretary of Defense Charles Wilson suggested an "all out campaign to smear the Koreans." He wanted the Pentagon to accuse the communists of a "new form of war crime, and a new form of refinement in atrocity techniques; namely that the Koreans were "brainwashing" the American soldiers. According to Jacobsen, thought Hunter ...
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The Korean War: Another War that Served the Illuminati Agenda, but this Time Under the Control of the Communist United Nations

The Korean War: Another War that Served the Illuminati Agenda, but this Time Under the Control of the Communist United Nations

On June 25, 1950, Kim Il-sung, North Korea’s communist dictator, sent his troops to invade South Korea. American forces, fighting under UN authority, came to South Korea’s defense, in a bloody three-year war that ended in stalemate. But how did Kim Il-sung and the communists come to power in North Korea? U.S. foreign policy put them there, in a roundabout way. During World War II, the U.S. fought the Germans in Europe and the Japanese in Asia. The Soviet Union, then under Joseph Stalin’s brutal rule, was America’s “ally” during this war. The Soviets, however, only fought Germany; they ...
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