WHITEWASHING MODERN HISTORY

The Assassination of JFK

Shortly after noon on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas.

The Warren Commission concluded that a lone gunman by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president.

To this day there are many who do not believe the official story of the Kennedy assassination. We will examine all elements of the Kennedy assassination, and whether Oswald could have actually done it alone, if at all.

The Apollo Missions

Did we send human beings to the moon multiple times and return them safely? Most people believe so. However there is a growing number of people who believe this never occurred. Why would some believe that one of humanity's greatest achievements is a complete hoax? We will examine the evidence bit by bit and you determine for yourself.

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September 11, 2001

On September 11, 2001 the world changed dramatically.

Let us examine some of the lesser known intricacies that surrounds 9/11 and ask those so often avoided questions such as "who had the means of pulling off such an elaborate feat" and of course "who benefits?"

False Flags

For those of you who don’t know, a false flag is basically a country creating, organizing, and influencing an attack, usually upon their own people. After the attack the government lays blame on another group. This can be a domestic group, a foreign nation or “terrorists,” and then capitalizing on that fear and a heightened national security state to justify the governments agenda. The agenda often manifests itself in the form of new, strickter laws, a change in foreign policy or the invasion of other countries under the guise of democracy.

A History of War

 

The 20th century was dominated by wars and conflicts that often altered the balance of power across the globe. The 20th century saw the emergence of "total wars," such as World War I and World War II, which were large enough to encompass nearly the entire world. Other wars, like the Chinese Civil War, remained local but still caused the deaths of millions of people.

The reasons for the wars sold to the people are varied from expansion disputes to upsets in government to the intentional murder of an entire people.

However, they all shared one thing: an extraordinary number of deaths.

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