Monthly Archives: February 2023

The Origin of Covid-19 — The Definitive Conclusion of the U.S. Intelligence Community 90-days Investigation [Breaking News — US DOE : Lab Leak Most Likely Origin ]

“I have now asked the Intelligence Community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion, and to report back to me in 90 days.” Biden (May 26 2021)  June 3 … Continue reading

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On This Day — Korean Airliner Flight 007 Shot Down (September 1 1983) [UPDATE : Truth Is the First Casualty in War (Nord Stream)]

“KE-007 was a victim of the cold war. Another casualty, always war’s first, was the Truth. The story of KE-007 will be remembered pretty much the way the Americans told it in 1983 and not the way it really happened. … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Swissair Flight 330 (February 21 1970) [UPDATE — The Lockerbie Connection: A suspicious VISA]

“The secret deal was ‘immoral’ and in breach of legal principles, but it was justified for strategic reasons. This might be absolutely shocking, but the reward was that there were no more attacks.” Pr. Jean Ziegler February 21 2023 — … Continue reading

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On This Day — President Roosevelt Orders Internment of Japanese Americans (February 19 1942)

“The truth is — as this deplorable experience proves — that constitutions and laws are not sufficient of themselves…Despite the unequivocal language of the Constitution of the United States that the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, and … Continue reading

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On This Day — USMC Col. William R. Higgins Is Abducted in Lebanon (February 17 1988) [UPDATE — The Lockerbie X FILE & The Story of US Major Charles – Chuck – Dennis McKee]

“It clearly looked to me like the body was in what we call mummification, or early stages of mummification, which essentially means drying. Because of the drying certain areas become sunken like the eyes are sunken. If you look at … Continue reading

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On This Day — Pablo Neruda Awarded Literature Nobel Prize (October 21 1971) — Was Neruda a KGB Agent? [UPDATE : Forensic probe confirms Neruda was poisoned]

“And you’ll ask: why doesn’t his poetry speak of dreams and leavesand the great volcanoes of his native land?Come and see the blood in the streets.” I explain a few thingsPablo Neruda October 21 2022 — Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes … Continue reading

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On This day – U.S. Air Force Carpet Bombs Dresden (February 13-15 1945)

“The Dresden atrocity, tremendously expensive and meticulously planned, was so meaningless, finally, that only one person on the entire planet got any benefit from it. I am that person. I wrote this book, which earned a lot of money for … Continue reading

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Mandela & Lockerbie : What The Guardian does not want you to know

“It was pure expediency to call on democratic South Africa to turn its back on Libya and Qaddafi, who had assisted us in obtaining democracy at a time when those who now made that call were the friends of the … Continue reading

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On This Day — Mandela Is Released From Prison (February 11 1990)

“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (July 18, 1918 – December 5, 2013) February 11 2023 — … Continue reading

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On This Day — U2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers Exchanged in Spy Swap for KGB Rudolf Ivanovich Abel (February 10 1962)

“Francis Gary Powers performed his duty in a very dangerous mission and he performed it well, and I think I know more about that than some of his detractors and critics know, and I am glad to say that to … Continue reading

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