Taking Back Our Stolen History
HISTORY HEIST
Vietnam War

Vietnam War

Agent Orange still linked to Hormone Imbalances in Babies in Vietnam

Agent Orange still linked to Hormone Imbalances in Babies in Vietnam

(Science Daily) Exposure to Agent Orange sprayed during the Vietnam War has been linked to increased levels of certain hormones in women and their breastfeeding children decades later, potentially putting them at higher risk of health problems, according to a new study in Science of the Total Environment. Previous research has shown a link between exposure to herbicides that contain chemicals called dioxins -- such as Agent Orange -- and prostate cancer in men. The new study, by researchers at Kanazawa University in Japan, reveals for the first time the impact of dioxin exposure on women and babies. "Dioxin ...
Read More
Movie Forrest Gump Released: Did It Contain a Hidden Message About America and its Destiny?,

Movie Forrest Gump Released: Did It Contain a Hidden Message About America and its Destiny?,

Forrest Gump is one of those movies that needs no introduction. Ever since it was released in 1994, the movie became an instant classic which is now deeply ingrained in popular culture. Proof: Over 25 years later, we still hear people doing the “life is like a box of chocolates” line with a bad Alabama accent. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Forrest Gump is based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Winston Groom. However, the movie differs greatly from the book as key details were reshaped and powerful symbols were infused to turn the story into a massive allegory. As ...
Read More
Vietnam War Ends but the Socially Engineered Hippie and Drug Culture Live On

Vietnam War Ends but the Socially Engineered Hippie and Drug Culture Live On

On April 30, 1975, the Vietnam War ended with the capture of Saigon by Communist forces and the surrender of General Duong Vanh Minh and his cabinet in the Presidential palace. As troops of the People’s Army of Vietnam marched into Saigon, U.S. personnel and the last American marines were hastily evacuated from the roof of the U.S. embassy. Years later a fundamental question still remains unanswered: Who won the Vietnam War? As with all wars, the globalist are the real winners. While communism won in Vietnam, cultural Marxism won in the USA. Remember that even though the US ...
Read More
Operation Homecoming: The US Gov't Celebrates the Myth that All Vietnam Veterans had Returned Until Whistleblower Bobby Garwood Exposes the Lie.

Operation Homecoming: The US Gov’t Celebrates the Myth that All Vietnam Veterans had Returned Until Whistleblower Bobby Garwood Exposes the Lie.

Operation Homecoming celebrates the supposed return of all military personnel from Vietnam, however this is merely propaganda by the US government to cover for the abandoned POW's. Two award-winning journalists, authors of 'Kiss the Boys Goodbye: How the US Betrayed its Own POW's in Vietnam', over the course of a five-year investigation, became convinced that the safety and interests of these prisoners and their families were being sacrificed to American foreign policy. The book contains many interviews and intelligence information gleaned from former POW's, former U.S. intelligence operatives, U.S. politicians, families of the missing, and others placing them at ...
Read More
Alfred McCoy Publishes his Ground-Breaking Study, 'The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America'.

Alfred McCoy Publishes his Ground-Breaking Study, ‘The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, Central America’.

"The full story of how Cold War politics and U.S. covert operations fueled a heroin boom in the Golden Triangle breaks when Yale University doctoral student Alfred McCoy publishes his ground-breaking study, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. The CIA attempts to quash the book." INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999 (House of Representatives - May 07, 1998) The first book to prove CIA and U.S. government complicity in global drug trafficking, The Politics of Heroin includes meticulous documentation of dishonesty and dirty dealings at the highest levels from the Cold War until today. Maintaining a global ...
Read More
The 'Pentagon Papers' by Daniel Ellsberg was a CIA Psyop to Divert Attention from the Phoenix Program and Probes into Their Drug Smuggling

The ‘Pentagon Papers’ by Daniel Ellsberg was a CIA Psyop to Divert Attention from the Phoenix Program and Probes into Their Drug Smuggling

Official narrative: In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg, a leading Vietnam war strategist, concludes that America’s role in the war is based on decades of lies. He leaks 7,000 pages of top-secret documents to the New York Times, a daring act of conscience that leads directly to Watergate, President Nixon’s resignation and the end of the Vietnam War. Ellsberg and a who’s-who of Vietnam-era movers and shakers give a riveting account of those world-changing events. If the ‘Myth of Daniel Ellsberg’ were ever to unravel, so would the decades of CIA misinformation on a whole plethora of cover stories (official lies) ...
Read More
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 was a different time. The only people bringing guns to campuses then were cops and National Guardsmen. And on May 4, National Guardsmen shot and killed four unarmed students, wounding 11 others on ...
Read More
President Nixon Authorizes Operation Menu: The Secret Bombing of Cambodia and Laos, But Why?

President Nixon Authorizes Operation Menu: The Secret Bombing of Cambodia and Laos, But Why?

In 1969, newly elected President Richard M. Nixon, aiming to achieve "peace with honor" in Vietnam, began to put his "Vietnamization" policy into place - removing the number of American military personnel in the country and transferring combat roles to the South Vietnamese. But at the same time, Nixon resumed the secret bombing of North Vietnam and launched B-52 bombing raids over Cambodia, intending to wipe out NLF and North Vietnamese base camps along the border. The intensive secret bombing, codenamed Operation Menu, lasted for four years and was intentionally concealed from the American public; meanwhile, Nixon ordered the ...
Read More
The U.S. Secret Bombings of Cambodia

The U.S. Secret Bombings of Cambodia

The United States began a four year long carpet-bombing campaign in the skies of Cambodia, devastating the countryside and causing socio-political upheaval that eventually led to the installation of the Pol Pot regime. During the Vietnam War, the Vietnamese Liberation Front and the PAVN used a network of supply routes that partially ran through Laos and Cambodia. As the War progressed, the U.S. ostensibly invaded both Cambodia and Laos in order to disrupt these routes. The initial operation was authorized by then President Richard Nixon, but without the knowledge or approval of U.S. Congress. The bombings became public knowledge ...
Read More
Protests and Riots of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago

Protests and Riots of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago

The assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. (in April) and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (in June) were flash points punctuating a months-long series of deadly race riots, student riots, and violent demonstrations: Detroit (43 killed, 1,189 injured, over 7,000 arrested); Newark (23 killed, 725 injured, 1,500 arrested); Washington, D.C. (12 killed, 1,097 injured, over 6,100 arrested, more than 1,200 buildings burned); and additional death, destruction, and tumult in more than 120 other cities and dozens of college campuses. Far from being spontaneous affairs, testimony and evidence presented in various government hearings showed that time after time these conflagrations had ...
Read More
Martin Luther King Assassination: an FBI Conspiracy with James Earl Ray as the Patsy

Martin Luther King Assassination: an FBI Conspiracy with James Earl Ray as the Patsy

Thanks to the nearly four-decade investigation by human rights lawyer William Pepper, it is now clear once and for all that Martin Luther King was murdered in a conspiracy that was instigated by then FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and that also involved the U.S. military, the Memphis Police Department, and “Dixie Mafia” crime figures in Memphis, Tennessee. These and many more incredible details of the King assassination are contained in a trilogy of volumes by Pepper culminating with his latest and final book on the subject, The Plot to Kill King. He previously wrote Orders to Kill (1995) and An Act of State (2003) ...
Read More
The My Lai Massacre: The Murder of 347 Vietnamese Citizens (Mostly Women & Children) & the Colin Powell Cover Up

The My Lai Massacre: The Murder of 347 Vietnamese Citizens (Mostly Women & Children) & the Colin Powell Cover Up

The My Lai Massacre was the mass murder of 347 to 504 unarmed citizens of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam). They were almost entirely civilians, the majority of them women and children. The massacre was conducted by U.S. Army forces on March 16, 1968. Before being killed some of the victims were raped and sexually molested, beaten, tortured, or maimed. Some of the dead bodies were also mutilated. Six months later, Tom Glen, a 21-year-old soldier of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade, wrote a letter to General Creighton Abrams, the new overall commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam, ...
Read More
John McCain is Rescued in Hanoi by a True Hero when His Fighter Plane is Shot Down; then When Captured, McCain Sings like a Canary

John McCain is Rescued in Hanoi by a True Hero when His Fighter Plane is Shot Down; then When Captured, McCain Sings like a Canary

In all the tales of wartime courage peppering John McCain during his presidential campaign trail and following his death in August 2018, perhaps the most outstanding example of selfless heroism involved not the Senator but a humble Vietnamese peasant. On October 26, 1967, Mai Van On ran from the safety of a bomb shelter at the height of an air raid and swam out into the lake where Lieutenant Commander McCain was drowning, tangled in his parachute cord after ejecting when his Skyhawk bomber was hit by a missile. In an extraordinary act of compassion at a time when ...
Read More
CBS REPORTS Airs an Episode Titled 'The New Left'

CBS REPORTS Airs an Episode Titled ‘The New Left’

The New Left was a broad political movement mainly in the 1960s and 1970s consisting of activists in the Western world who campaigned for a broad range of reforms on issues such as civil and political rights, feminism, gay rights, abortion rights, gender roles and drug policy reforms. Some saw the New Left as an oppositional reaction to earlier Marxist and labor union movements for social justice that focused on materialism and social class, while others who used the term saw the movement as a continuation and revitalization of traditional leftist goals. Some who self-identified as "New Left" (especially ...
Read More
Paul McCartney of 'The Beatles' Dies and is Replaced with a Double by MI5?

Paul McCartney of ‘The Beatles’ Dies and is Replaced with a Double by MI5?

In the fall of 1969, a persistent rumor that Paul McCartney had been killed two years earlier and replaced with a look-alike captured the imaginations of Beatles fans and the general public. Clues began to appear on album covers and in music, a lookalike contest was held after the alleged death date but no winner was ever announced, but more conclusively, a team forensic scientist in Italy concluded that he was replaced in 1966 consisting of Francesco Gavazzeni and Gabriella Carlesi, who conducted a biometrical analysis of Paul pre and post 1966. After setting out to prove the 'Paul is Dead' ...
Read More
The Gulf of Tonkin Incident: A Fake Attack on a 2nd U.S. Ship that was Used to Infuriate Americans and Gain their Support for the Vietnam War

The Gulf of Tonkin Incident: A Fake Attack on a 2nd U.S. Ship that was Used to Infuriate Americans and Gain their Support for the Vietnam War

A false claim in 1964 that a 2nd US ship was attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin. This was reported to infuriate Americans and deceive them that an attack on Vietnam (officially starting the Vietnam War with Congressional approval) was necessary. The NSA admits that it lied about what really happened in the Gulf of Tonkin incident in 1964 … manipulating data to make it look like North Vietnamese boats fired on a U.S. ship so as to create a false justification for the Vietnam war. Over 1,100 pages of previously classified Vietnam-era transcripts were released in July 2010 by the Senate Foreign ...
Read More
National Security Action Memorandum 263: JFK's Articulates His Plan to End the Vietnam War

National Security Action Memorandum 263: JFK’s Articulates His Plan to End the Vietnam War

In National Security Action Memorandum 263, dated October 11, 1963, Kennedy articulated his decision to withdraw all US military forces from Vietnam by the end of 1965 — with the withdrawal to be completed after the 1964 election. This was the formal policy of the United States government on the day he died. Evidence of JFK’s Plan to Withdraw from Vietnam The evidence is massive and categorical. It includes: Robert McNamara’s instructions to the May 1963 Sec Def Conference in Honolulu to develop the withdrawal plan. A  detailed account of the McNamara-Taylor mission to Vietnam that returned with the ...
Read More
The Vietnam War Begins (Unofficially), but Why Would America get Involved in this Needless War?

The Vietnam War Begins (Unofficially), but Why Would America get Involved in this Needless War?

The media depicted the war as a “quagmire” begun by “right-wing hawks” who wanted to stop the spread of communism.  They said the war was “unwinnable,” dragged out because the “hawks” were too proud to pull our troops out, our military having underestimated the determination of Ho Chi Minh’s forces. Here’s what the media omitted: The roots of the Vietnam disaster trace to World War II. At the “Big Three” conferences at Teheran and Yalta, President Roosevelt asked Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin if he would break his nonaggression pact with Japan and enter the Pacific war. Stalin agreed – ...
Read More