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North Korea Is Walking Back War – And Pundits Are Strangely Disappointed – Antiwar.com Original

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 11, 2018

Why make agreements when you can bomb them back to the stoneage, make them a puppet and make $Billions for the MIC?

But as the pentagram continues to re-learn, once the shooting starts the plans go all to hell.

http://original.antiwar.com/feffer/2018/01/10/north-korea-walking-back-war-pundits-strangely-disappointed/

In talks this week at the DMZ, South Korea welcomed the participation of North Korea in the upcoming Winter Olympics. The two countries also discussed restarting reunions of divided families and reducing tensions on the Korean peninsula. Earlier, both sides reestablished their hotline.

All of this adult conversation is a welcome change from the war of epithets between the “dotard” president of the United States and the “little rocket man” in Pyongyang.

Strange, then, that a politically diverse set of pundits in the United States has been worried only about how North Korea could use these talks to drive a wedge between South Korea and the United States…. Read the rest of this entry »

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Peggy Noonan on Losing History

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 8, 2018

I worry about a future where everyone gets their education from Hollywood and comedy news programs (which include CNN, Fox, et al).

There is a “based on a true story” movie “He Walked By Night” where Richard Basehart is a loner/no girlfriend LA criminal that escapes police via storm sewers. The finale is a big underground shootout and chase thru the sewers ala The Third Man. In reality his girlfriend turned him in and the cops woke him from a sound sleep and arrested him. Fake news from 1947.

The progressives have had a lot longer to muddle history.

https://www.garynorth.com/public/17557.cfm

Why does all this matter? Because we are losing history. It is not the fault of Hollywood, as they used to call it, but Hollywood is a contributor to it.When people care enough about history to study and read it, it’s a small sin to lie and mislead in dramas. But when people get their history through entertainment, when they absorb the story of their times only through screens, then the tendency to fabricate is more damaging.

Those who make movies and television dramas should start caring about this.

It is wrong in an age of lies to add to their sum total. It’s not right. It will do harm.

Why should people who make movies and television start caring about all this at this late date? They never have before. Read the rest of this entry »

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Revisionist History vs. Conspiracy History

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 15, 2017

Resolve to research revisionism.

The Murray Rothbard quote in the video is worth the price of admission. You will undoubtedly hear the statists dis’ revisionism. The science is settled so to speak. That should be enough to make you want to learn more.

Learn to review bibliographies when finishing a book. They can lead you in all sorts of marvelous directions.

More below:

https://www.garynorth.com/public/17241.cfm

Revisionist historians are dismissed as conspiracy historians. This is a popular designation. It was dreamed up in 1967 by the Central Intelligence Agency. That, at least, is a good revisionist account of the origins of the phrase. But maybe it is merely a conspiratorial account. In either case, I’m willing to run with it.

As with any fringe group in American society, there are various levels of commitment among those who are in some way associated with a particular revisionist interpretation of history. Some people have read a great deal. They may have written something. They may have a website that deals with these issues. In other words, they are historians by avocation. They are probably not employed as history professors because the historical Guild has been screening out revisionist historians ever since the Rockefeller Foundation put up the money for the Council on Foreign Relations to fund an anti-revisionist version of America’s entry into the war. That was in 1946. I talk about this here.

Note the references to ‘Regnery Books’-:<) and ‘CIA/Rockefeller’ :<(

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My first exposure to revisionist history I suppose was Chapman Pincher’s ‘Too Secret Too Long‘. It is about the massive Soviet penetration of MI5 & 6 starting in the thirties, lasting well into the fifties and probably longer. That book started a mini revolution on the subject and subsequent books have expanded on the subject greatly.

Did you know the head of MI5 (internal security much like the current FBI) after WW II was the Soviet agent Kim Philby? There were more Soviet sympathizers and spies in the UK secret service than in the FDR administration. MI5 and MI6 (their CIA) were like sieves.

Next in my experience was Pearl Harbor revisionism. The works by and about Husband Kimmel and Walter Short, naval and army commanders at Pearl harbor. There is little doubt in my mind Pearl harbor was an inside job and Kimmel and Short were collateral damage.

Did you know that at the height of tensions with Japan fuel and other supplies were drastically rationed so that most of the Pacific fleet was forced to stay in port at any given time?

The book mentioned in the post, Charles Tansill’s ‘Back Door to War‘, describes FDR’s plan to entrap Japan into war. Written in the ’50’s! Yet you never heard of it until now.

Did you know a major Reason FDR wanted the US in the European war was to help take the heat from the German onslaught off his ‘Uncle Joe‘?

Revisionism continues today. Tom Woods’ ‘Lincoln Unmasked’ and ‘The Lincoln They Don’t Want You To Know‘ are great examples. Never heard of those either, have you?

What President said that he had to violate the Constitution in order to save it? What President said he was indifferent to slavery but would use any force necessary to collect taxes? What President sent the Army to arrest in the middle of the night thousands of private citizens for expressing their opinions? And held them incommunicado in military prisons with total denial of due process of law? And had his soldiers destroy newspaper plants? and What President said that all black people should be expelled from the United States because they could never be full-fledged citizens?

Honest Abe the colonist. Didn’t you know?

The only down side to revisionist history is realizing your government history, in government school history books, in your government school was a complete waste.

The presidents you think are best were really the worst. The exceptions being possibly Washington because he did the least and had the best final speech and Kennedy because he targetted the worst in government and died because of it.

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Morgan Freeman: War Whore

Posted by Martin C. Fox on October 2, 2017

MSM/Hollywood front man for the warparty.

The linked article uses harsh words but the point is valid.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/47929.htm

Morgan Freeman is used to playing God, and in lesser roles, president of the United States. These days, however, Freeman has sold his image and aura to the worst warmongers on the planet. Morgan Freeman has signed on as a front man and propagandist for an all-out military confrontation with Russia, the only country that has the power to turn the United States into a burned out cinder. In a video that Freeman’s right-wing friends are circulating on social media, the actor declares that a new world war has already begun. Read the rest of this entry »

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