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Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died
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Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died
November 23, 2020

So today, on this anniversary, another November 22, I have chosen to try to speak of what it felt like once upon a time on the chance that it might encourage others to do the same with our shared hidden history. Only by speaking out is hope possible. Only by making the hidden manifest.

The World Desperately Needs the Wisdom of Bobby Kennedy Now More Than Ever
June 4, 2020

If even a modicum of the wisdom expressed by MLK, JFK or Bobby Kennedy is alive in the heart of Donald Trump, and a few other world leaders, then I would say the chance of a bright future for mankind is not lost.

The World Desperately Needs the Wisdom of Bobby Kennedy Now More Than Ever
History
What Can We Learn From the History of Struggle Against White Supremacy?
What Can We Learn From the History of Struggle Against White Supremacy?
August 18, 2019

White supremacy has a very long history in North America. The Real News discuss its origins and the history of struggle against it with Prof. Gerald Horne.

As a New Paradigm of East and West Cooperation Emerges, Martin Luther King’s Assassins Try Killing Him Again
June 2, 2019

A new assassination is now being attempted 51 years after the life of Martin Luther King was cut short by a bullet. A story has gone viral across the international media in recent days which promises to shed light on the dark perversity of Martin Luther King Jr.

As a New Paradigm of East and West Cooperation Emerges, Martin Luther King’s Assassins Try Killing Him Again
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Note from America: An Easter Message – When Dissidents Become Enemies of the State
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Note from America: An Easter Message – When Dissidents Become Enemies of the State
April 22, 2019

On April 11, 2019, police arrested Assange for daring to access and disclose military documents that portray the U.S. government and its endless wars abroad as reckless, irresponsible, immoral and responsible for thousands of civilian deaths.

Rediscovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa
January 22, 2019

In a major address in London on December 7, 1964, days before he received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, King spoke about segregation, the fight for civil rights and his support for Nelson Mandela and the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.

Rediscovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa
What Left-Wing Educators Don’t Teach During ‘Black History Month’
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What Left-Wing Educators Don’t Teach During ‘Black History Month’
February 17, 2018

Apart from the bizarre notion that educators should set aside one month to salute the historical achievements of one race apart from and above the historical achievements of other races, Black History Month appears to omit a lot of black history.

Martin Luther King – Paul Craig Roberts
January 20, 2016

Like all false flag attacks and assassinations, the 1968 murder of Martin Luther King was covered up. In the King case James Earl Ray was the framed-up patsy, just as Oswald was in the case of President John F. Kennedy and Sirhan Sirhan was in the case of Robert Kennedy.

Martin Luther King – Paul Craig Roberts
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