In this post, I will discuss the famous “Secret Society Speech” that JFK delivered and many conjectures that perhaps this was an action that led to his assassination. Listening to his words is a clear call to action in which he was very eloquent yet fairly direct in calling out the “forces” among us that… Continue reading Now Do You Believe?
With the continued upsets from Elon Musk and his “Twitter dumps” I thought I would touch on an infamous American event. A generational trauma that still carries wounds and questions, that’s right, the assassination of JFK. This has been a major topic of interest since November 22, 1963, with many mixed emotions and, of course,… Continue reading Back, and to the Left…
In the spirit of Christmas and the holiday season, I decided to write a piece in honor of one of my Dad’s favorite Christmas stories. The Christmas truce of World War I is a wonderful story of humanity at its finest. 1914, deep into the horrors of WWI, men were dying daily in the trenches… Continue reading Christmas, War, and the Human Spirit.
For our radio, communication, and sea life history buffs out there, here is a quick and obscure history lesson – let’s talk radio knowledge. Who has seen a Radio Room Clock? Also known in the U.S. as a Chelsea Clock. These have a very interesting and somewhat sad history dating back to the sinking of… Continue reading May-day, May-day!
Who is Max Loughin and where is he?
This may be a lesser-known outrage perpetrated by John D. Rockefeller. I just stumbled upon this story and think it is both interesting and sad. It provides another demonstration of Rockefeller’s dark and ruthless agenda to “give no quarter” to anyone opposing his plans. Coal mines became wildly profitable as the westward expansion of… Continue reading The Ludlow Massacre
In 1913 Rockefeller founded the American Cancer Society. Another philanthropic quest was to hide continued control and to profit on the backs and lives of the American population. Millions of dollars flow through this organization to fund science and hide any findings that do not agree with the agenda. Many successful alternative treatments fell into… Continue reading Premier Robber Barren Part 2
We are all familiar with the stories of the infamous billionaire Rockefeller family, so let’s begin to chronicle the life of the most famous John D Rockefeller, born to a snake oil salesman, John D put the family on the map by monopolizing the oil industry into Standard Oil and becoming the country’s first billionaire.… Continue reading The Premier Robber Baron
Francis “Frank” Shelden was born in 1926 into a wealthy family with significant business and political ties in Michigan. Shelden’s family history is entwined with the Duffields, Algers, and Buhls, and additionally with Presidents, Governors, and Merchant Princes. Frank Shelden added to his family’s wealth through oil and real estate. He graduated from Yale in… Continue reading Another Epstein Island
The subject of this post is near and dear to my heart for many reasons. This day (November 4th) marks a beautiful and bittersweet time that a few close people share. It is a very special friend’s birthday, who sadly, is no longer here for us to celebrate him together. It is also about traditional… Continue reading Sickcare Industry and Alternatives that Work