Taking Back Our Stolen History
HISTORY HEIST
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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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  • (GSK) A $40Bln big pharma corporation that can trace its roots back to a small apothecary in 18th Century London and still HQ'd in London & USHQ in Philly. Through multiple corporate mergers, GSK found its current form in 2001. GSK sits at No. 194 on Forbes’ list of top companies in the world . It is well-known for its asthma inhalers like Advair and Breo. But it is infamous for a bribing scandal in China. The company has also battled lawsuits that blame its products for injuries. In 2012,(...)
  • (Jan 2, 1909 - May 29, 1998) was a U.S. Senator (1953–65 and 1969–87) and the Republican nominee for President in 1964. He reinvented the Republican Party after the defeat of Richard M. Nixon in 1960, benefiting from a national grassroots conservative effort that overcame the Eastern liberal Republicans and Nelson Rockefeller in 1964. Goldwater was strongly anti-communist and called for a rollback of its influence around the world, asking, Why Not Victory. He called for an end to liberal(...)
  • Industrialist Peter Grace and syndicated columnist Jack Anderson formed the commission in 1982 in response to President Reagan’s “Private Sector Survey on Cost Control.” Two years later, after 161 corporate executives and community leaders directed over 2,000 researchers to investigate government spending, the 47-volume, 21,000-page Grace Commission Report was published. The $76 million study was funded entirely from private sector donations and cost the taxpayers nothing. The commission(...)
  • The Union General who prevailed in the grueling but successful war of attrition against Robert E. Lee, and who won fame for his victories at Ft. Donaldson (1862), Shiloh (1862), and Vicksburg (1863). Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox in April 1865, ending the American Civil War. Grant was also the 18th U.S. President, serving from 1869 to 1877. Near bankruptcy and dying of throat cancer, Grant then wrote a brilliant memoir of his military service; it stands as a monument in military(...)
  • A European island (est. pop. 61M), 9th largest in the world about the size of Minnesota (~88.7sq. mi.), consisting of England, Scotland, and Wales, all of which send representatives to the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The UK consists of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. "Great Britain" also has a purely geographic meaning, as the largest island of the British Isles. The term was first used during the Middle Ages to differentiate between the island of Britain and Brittany (Little(...)
  • Proposed U.S. legislation in 2018 by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that aims to address climate change and economic inequality and proposes the following to be completed in ten years or less: (1) A ban on 99% of the estimated 270 million cars currently on the road; (2) A ban on all oil, natural gas and nuclear power. That's probably over 90% of how the country gets its energy. There's no plan or mention on how we'd replace it; (3) AOC also wants EVERY building in America to be gutted and(...)
  • The US double-crossed their puppet dictator Saddam by telling him they wouldn't interfere if he attacked Kuwait, but they planned to all along. He began to retreat from his Kuwaiti invasion before the US attack in Jan 1991, but it was too late. During a 42-day carpet bombing, hospitals, schools, all sources of food, water and medicine were obliterated with depleted uranium, leaving long-lasting effects. As with all wars, there was media spin to gain public support for the war. Nurse(...)
  • For those who own a gun or are considering owning a gun, following gun safety rules is a necessity. The 4 universal rules of gun safety are: (1) Treat all guns as if they are always loaded; (2) Never let the muzzle point at anything that you are not willing to destroy; (3) Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on target and you have made the decision to shoot; and (4) Be sure of your target and what is behind it. Our friends at GunPros.com have provided a guide covering(...)
  • He is widely suspected of being Source 2 in the IG’s report on FISA abuse - a crack cocaine addict (records surrounding his arrest in Virginia in the 1990’s have been destroyed) and fired former dirty FBI agent. He was fired from the FBI in 2008 for interpersonal conflict (drug addiction?), aggressiveness toward handling agents (related to drug addiction?), allegiance to the target of his spying (a drug dealer?), and then rehired on the basis that the FBI would not tolerate the issues that(...)
  • (Jan 23, 1737 – Oct 8, 1793) a merchant, statesman, and prominent Patriot of the American Revolution and the son and grandson of Christian ministers. Once the wealthiest merchant in Boston, he was groomed by Sam Adams and became one of the leading player in the Revolution. He presided over the Second Continental Congress and was the sole signer of the Dunlap-Broadside version of the Declaration. He was the first elected governor of Massachusetts, and was reelected 8 times. He was reelected(...)