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How BlackRock Conquered the World — Part 1: A Brief History of BlackRock

11/13/202254 Comments


Over the course of this investigative series, you're going to get a crash course in the creepiest company you've never heard of.

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Episode 424 - False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda - Part 3: The War of Terror

09/12/202273 Comments


When viewed in its proper context, the war on terror was no failure. In fact, waged on fictitious grounds against a shadow enemy, the great military campaign of the 21st century was not a war on terror at all. It was a war of terror, a pretext for the construction of an international security grid in the name of fighting a bogeyman that never existed in the first place.

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The Dark History of the Royals

09/11/2022105 Comments


Whatever the future may hold for the loyal subjects of His Royal Highness, the Great Reset-shilling, pedophile-befriending, carbon eugenics-pushing King Charles III, given the disheartening (if predictable) reaction of the normies to this latest royal passing, nothing could be timelier than an in-depth exploration of the lowlights of the British royal family. So, even though I am going to drop an 18,000 word, two-hour documentary conclusion in the next 24 hours(!!!), I have taken time out of my schedule to bring you this.

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Episode 420 - Mass Media: A History

07/12/202270 Comments

Join James Corbett for today's special edition of The Corbett Report podcast, where he walks you through Mass Media: A History, a 3-lesson, 6+ hour online course examining the history of media, exploring media’s impact on society, and revealing where technological developments in media technology are taking us in the future. With lectures in audio and video formats, hyperlinked transcript, recommended reading and study guides, this course takes you on a whirlwind tour of over 500 years of history and shows you what the future of media might look like and why it matters.

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Teaching Children About History - #SolutionsWatch

06/29/202250 Comments


As concerned parents know all too well, the revolution of the mind that is the only thing that will really change the world for the better is an intergenerational project. It is more important than ever that we take back the responsibility of educating our children about history and about the way the world really works. There are many tools we can use to help us in that task, and today Connor Boyack introduces us to another one: a Tuttle Twins story-based American history textbook called America’s History: A Tuttle Twins Series of Stories.

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Interview 1687 - James Corbett Discusses the Secret History of Al Qaeda

01/17/20227 Comments

via PatrickCoffman.media: My guest this week, James Corbett, debunks official narratives for a living. His Corbett Report is a must-save source for alternative news and views. And in this episode of my podcast, James walks us through the true history of al-Qaeda, from the players to the multi-layered deceptions promoted via the American media, to the group’s nature and aims.

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Episode 409 - False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda — Part 2: 9/11

12/23/202193 Comments

We all know the story of bin Laden and Al Qaeda, the story that was repeated ad nauseam in the days, weeks and months after the catastrophic, catalyzing events of 9/11. So often was that story repeated that the hypnotized public forgot that it was, at base, just that: a story. . . .

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Mass Media: A History — Course Notes

11/02/2021

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Breaking the News: How the First Media Moguls Shaped History

10/11/202167 Comments

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Episode 407 - False Flags: The Secret History of Al Qaeda — Part 1 (video)

09/13/2021


We all know the story of bin Laden and Al Qaeda, the story that was repeated ad nauseam in the days, weeks and months after the catastrophic, catalyzing events of 9/11. So often was that story repeated that the hypnotized public forgot that it was, at base, just that: a story. . . .

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