Taking Back Our Stolen History


History has been rewritten by the globalists in text books, encyclopedias and even Wikipedia – the ‘free and democratic encyclopedia’. Official narratives are falling apart thanks to investigative journalists, whistleblowers, and FOIA requests. Cut through the censorship, the fake news, and fake history and discover the buried truths by our self-appointed overlords who rule behind the scenes. Look up words / phrases, organizations, and people bios and discover if they are sheep or wolves in sheep’s clothing. You’ll also be able to quickly glimpse at a quick tip about each term by mousing over the under-dotted words when reading articles on this site.

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  • A top-secret U.S. effort to gather and decrypt messages sent in the 1940s by agents of what is now called the KGB and the GRU, the Soviet military intelligence agency. Whether it was stealing atomic secrets or influencing U.S. foreign policy, communist victories in the 1940s were fed by an incredibly vast spy and influence network. The beginning of public revelations occurred in a 1995 article in the Baltimore Sun. Thanks to the largesse of Russia not long ago and a bit unwittingly(...) Read More
  • A leftist thinktank that takes a more hands-on approach to change, engaging in direct advocacy as well as providing research and technical assistance. As technical advisor, Vera is paid by taxpayers to implement the radical policies of Larry Krasner, George Gascon, and Steve Descano.1  Simultaneously, Vera defends and celebrates the same prosecutors including Kim Foxx and Marilyn Mosby, feting both at a private spa retreat in 2019 paid for by Vera.2 Vera received a $10 million grant from(...)
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  • (1454-1512) He was an Italian explorer, financier, navigator and cartographer who played a significant role in the establishment of America. He was the first to establish that America was a new continent and not a part of Asia. Amerigo’s legacy is not only his name, but in his dignity and devotion to the divine. Amerigo had believed for years before any actual discovery that there was a New World. ‘Those new regions which we found we may rightly call a New World.’ Unbeknownst to Amerigo,(...) Read More
  • a philosophical position many conservatives believe liberals adhere to, and many liberals themselves maintain that they are in fact victims. Where does this come from? Why would anyone want to be a victim? In the following essay, the rationale for why victimhood is a mainstay of liberal ideology is addressed. Additionally, the connection between liberal victimhood and “safe-spaces” is made. For those unaware, a safe-space is a place, usually on our college campuses, where individuals(...) Read More
  • The Victory Tax Act of 1942, passed by Congress for the years 1943 to 1944, was the Federal Reserve's scheme (proposed through their useful idiots in Congress) for coercing citizens of the 50 states who were not federal employees into paying "income taxes" to support winning World War II that they were not legally liable for. The Victory Tax also introduced the practice of "withholding." This was to be a temporary two year tax supposedly authorized by Article 1 Section 8 clause 12 of the(...) Read More
  • Stephen Girard, a French immigrant, died in Philadelphia. His estate of over $7 million dollars was left with the stipulation that it be used to start an orphanage and school that did not allow the Bible. The city rejected this plan to separate the Bible from the education of our youth. In a case that went before the U.S. Supreme Court (Vidal v. Girard’s Executors, 1844), the court ruled unanimously (9-0) that the Bible could not be extracted from the education of our youth. Daniel(...) Read More
  • 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(...) Read More
  • The fraudulent "scientific" study of biological viruses created by the Rockefeller medical cabal. The corrupt model of modern medicine is an epidemic based on fear, not viruses or bacteria. One of the outcomes of the alleged new SARS Covid virus that publicly emerged in 2019 is that the medical specialization of virology has been raised to a stature almost Godlike in the media.  Few understand the origins of virology and its elevation into a leading role in today’s medicine practice.  For(...) Read More
  • To take a conspicuous but essentially useless action ostensibly to support a good cause but actually to show off how much more moral you are than everybody else. (Urban Dictionary) Such politically correct (and dishonest) “holier than thou” empty gestures by ordinary individuals are silly but innocuous. By the powerful, though, this can have real impact on pushing agendas. What’s quite troubling is how common it is for corporations, celebrities, and the ultra-wealthy to jump on the virtue(...) Read More
  • The inability of the Germ Theory to satisfy the POSTULATES OF KOCH... the Virus Theory can't survive the basic requisites of scientific scrutiny to remain a theory, much less become a LAW. Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary tells us that a VIRUS is a minute, infectious agent not resolved (distinguished separately by the light microscope). It is without independent metabolism and can only replicate (reproduce itself) within a living host cell. A virion is defined as a complete viral(...) Read More
  • First discovered in 1919, and by 1924 it had been broken down and separated from its natural whole food complex: “purified.” By 1931, LaRoche – one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, even today – had succeeded in “synthesizing” vitamin A - a purely chemical copy of a fraction of naturally occurring vitamin A known as retinoic acid. Isolated, it cannot perform its biological functions. Taken as a synthetic, it must then draw on a list of resources already in the body in(...) Read More
  • PubMed lists 16,004 studies on the effects of thiamine. Advances in Nutrition discusses thiamine’s role in protecting against dementia, along with the other B vitamins and in conjunction with vitamins C and E. Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy recommends thiamine supplementation to improve outcomes in patients with heart failure. A study in Congestive Heart Failure links thiamine to improvements in cardiac function, weight loss, urine output, and the symptoms of heart failure. Case Reports(...) Read More
  • PubMed reveals 17,529 articles concerning the effects of riboflavin (Vitamin B2). The substance has been shown to produce many health benefits. The publication Headache analyzes riboflavin’s action in modulating mitochondrial metabolic abnormalities, alleviating migraine symptoms and pointing toward classification of migraine as a mitochondrial disorder.18 The journal Electrophoresis demonstrates riboflavin’s ameliorative effect on muscle weakness linked to dysfunctional mitochondrial(...) Read More
  • Also called niacin vitamin and niacinamide, is an important lipid-altering, water-soluble vitamin that can be found in many common foods including certain types of meat and organ meat, tuna fish, seeds, mushrooms and others. Niacin appears in the PubMed literature in 13,061 articles. A sampling of this research reveals widespread clinical benefits stemming from this nutrient. Biomedical Pharmacotherapy outlined the therapeutic benefits of niacin supplementation in alleviating oxidative(...)
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  • Ever the naysayer, Wikipedia states that “although pantothenic acid supplementation is under preliminary research for a variety of human diseases, there is insufficient evidence to date that it has any effect,” but there is an abundance of evidence – pantothenic acid is referenced in 3,347 articles on PubMed. Its effects are numerous, as it is the precursor to co-enzyme A, a biomolecule involved in over 70 enzymatic pathways. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research reveals(...) Read More
  • The substance has numerous beneficial effects across human cellular systems and is mentioned in 9,893 articles on PubMed. The journal Cellular and Molecular Biology illuminates pyridoxine’s protective effects against Alzheimer’s disease, citing the vitamin’s antioxidant property as the active mechanism. Anticancer Research shows pyridoxine’s potential role in treating malignant melanoma. Food and Chemical Toxicology demonstrates pyridoxine’s protective effect against acetaminophen-induced(...) Read More
  • (or biotin) is a water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B complex — a group of key nutrients needed for healthmetabolic, nerve, digestive and cardiovascular functions. “Biotin is often recommended as a dietary supplement for strengthening hair and nails, though scientific data supporting these outcomes are weak,” says Wikipedia. Not quite – biotin is referenced in 31,208 articles on PubMed, which show systemic benefits extending far beyond hair and nails. The(...)
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  • Folic acid or vitamin B9 belongs to the family of water-soluble vitamins and it is essential for copying and synthesizing DNA, producing new cells, and supporting nerve and immune functions. It performs the most vital functions of the body, including everything from RBC formation to energy production. It has a positive action on cardiovascular, neural and psycho-emotional health. The research suggests that maintaining a consistent dietary intake of folate is essential to managing(...) Read More
  • Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is a B vitamin necessary for cardiovascular and cognitive health. It helps in the production of hemoglobin, improvement of nerve strength and regulation of homocysteine levels.5 Homocysteine is an amino acid produced by the body, which in large amounts can increase the risk of a person for heart attacks and strokes. Vitamin B12 works by making sure that the homocysteine in your blood is successfully expended by your body.6 Unfortunately, the human body cannot(...) Read More
  • A water-soluble vitamin, which means your body doesn't store it. Unlike most other mammals, humans do not have the ability to make vitamin C, which means you need to consume it via your diet. It's numerous functions in the human body include being a powerful antioxidant, as vitamin C is known to block some of the damage caused by DNA-damaging free radicals. It also acts as an essential cofactor in enzymatic reactions. In this way, it plays a role in your body's production of collagen,(...) Read More