Lessons from History: Two days, one book, six videos invite a historic wake-up call
PublishedJuly 1, 2004
To understand the official lies of 9/11 and the media’s nodding response, it helps to know a little history. We highly recommend the following weekend course to illustrate some of the truly grand scams of recent memory. And since most of these frauds have already been exposed with no visible political effect, they also show why cynical leaders today might believe the public can be deceived at will. This in turn alerts you to how perilously close we are to the death of our republic and democracy. This is not intended to bum you out, just alert you to what has not worked. These stories also introduce a lot of pissed off elder veterans who may still be 9/11 ignorant, but could quickly recognize the deceit we face and become allies in our task.
Day of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harborby Robert Stinnet — The definitive book (and documentation) exposing FDR’s set up of Pearl Harbor to enrage Americans into joining the “Great War.”
Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor- Great BBC Video on the same theme with the same bitter revelations.
The Men Who Killed Kennedy– These six carefully researched videos systematically demolish the Warren Commission whitewash and represent the History Channel’s finest hour(s).
Coverup – Behind the Iran-Contra AffairIf the recent week-long Reagan schmaltz fest made you a little nauseous, this forgotten rotten history may help you remember why.
Panama DeceptionOne more brutal, phony and censored war with another uppity puppet that we made.
Waco: The Rules of EngagementA brilliant, fact-driven deconstruction of the FBI’s famous budget-boosting massacre and subsequent lock-step trail of lies.
Loss of Libertyby Tito Howard, and USS Liberty Dead in the Water by Christopher Mitchell. On the fourth day of the 1967 Arab Israeli War, the American ship USS Liberty was attacked by Israeli bombers, killing 34 US seamen and wounded 171 others. The Israeli and US president claimed this was all a “tragic mistake.” However, the Liberty crew, US Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Admiral Thomas Moorer, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, all insisted the attack was absolutely deliberate and designed to sink the Liberty. After 34 years, the voices of Liberty’s dead and injured seamen are finally being heard. See also the Liberty Veterans Association at www.ussliberty.org.