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Category Archives: War
We remember on this day, All those who have served and sacrificed, For this country.
In his book, Rockefeller Medicine Men: Medicine and Capitalism in America (published in 1979), E. Richard Brown details the history of how the practice of Western medicine came to be controlled by a powerful group. Other methods of healing and … Continue reading
Guest Post by A special correspondent Welcome to the second phase of the Great Reset: war. While the pandemic acclimatised the world to lockdowns, normalised the acceptance of experimental medications, precipitated the greatest transfer of wealth to corporations by decimating … Continue reading
Two countries from Eastern Europe are at war. There are no independent observers. There are narratives being disseminated. Who creates them? Controls them? Manipulates them? In what way is the available data being modified, filtered, blocked or concocted? What is … Continue reading
To dare query or raise doubts about the news that is being beamed out, day and night, can cast you on the route to ridicule, criticism or condemnation. If you just express reservations about the narrative, that gets you labelled … Continue reading
Gravitas LIVE with Palki Sharma Upadhyay. This is high quality news reporting – journalism, as it should be. Presenting the facts to the viewers, and allowing them to come to their own conclusions. To put together such a comprehensive newscast, … Continue reading
The following articles from The Remnant, provide further insight into the current crisis in Ukraine.
Have you arrived at your verdict regarding the war between Russia and Ukraine? Who is the good guy, and who is the bad guy? Who is the victim, and who is the villain?
In the latter part of January, 2018, I had the following published on Professor Davidson’s old Cat2. I do not have a copy of the responses, but I recall the majority slotting comfortably into the ‘You’re over-reacting. If we send … Continue reading
“The word “Picquet” is a reminder of the days of the pike. When these weapons were being superseded by firearms [particularly once socket bayonets had been widely adopted] a few were still kept in the centre of the battalion. This … Continue reading
Rarely do we read in popular military history of desertion to the enemy during a time of war. While charges of desertion were not uncommon, the overwhelming majority I have personally examined during years of military history research about the … Continue reading