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By Staś Why do the Gentiles always lose to the Judaic power? Why do they, the gentiles, continue to be tricked into killing one another for the Jews? One reason is much of the Gentile world is still quite devoted to the Jews book of laws the Bible. The Gentiles seem to be quite … Continue reading Did the Gentiles miss their chance?
Friday - January 25, 2019 If it was the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that black and white would come together in friendship and peace to do justice, his acolytes in today's Democratic Party appear to have missed that part of his message. Here is Hakeem Jeffries, fourth-ranked Democrat in Nancy Pelosi's House, … Continue reading Democrats’ America: The Heart of Darkness By Patrick J. Buchanan
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The MLK hit has a Mossad connection?
The official story of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King states that he was shot by James Earl Ray. An open and shut case. However, Mr. Ray admitted to being the shooter then later changed his story. Ray met with King’s son Dexter and convinced him that in fact he was not the shooter.
“In 1997, King’s son Dexter met with Ray, asking him, “I just want to ask you, for the record, um, did you kill my father?” Ray replied, “No-no I didn’t,” and King tells Ray that he, along with the King family, believed him; the King family also urged for a new trial for Ray.”
Ray’s claim was that he was not responsible for the shooting, which was said to have been the result of a conspiracy of an unidentified mystery man named “Raul.”
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Friday - January 18, 2019 "Treaties are like roses and young girls. They last while they last." So said President Charles De Gaulle, who in 1966 ordered NATO to vacate its Paris headquarters and get out of France. NATO this year celebrates a major birthday. The young girl of 1966 is no longer young. The … Continue reading At Age 70, Time to Rethink NATO By Patrick J. Buchanan