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HERE ARE SOME GREAT QUOTES:

 

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

George Santayana (1863-1952; Spanish philosopher & writer)

 

((Important NOTE for the rest of this newsletter: The Yalu River forms the northern border of North Korea , and is the boundary line between North Korea and Red China.))

 

“I would never have made the attack [from Red China into Korea across the Yalu River] and risked my menif I had not been assured that Washington [D.C.] would restrain [U.S. Army] General MacArthur from taking adequate retaliatory measures against my lines of supply and communication.” – Lin Piao (Red Chinese general in charge of the Red Chinese troops who crossed into North Korea to attack U.S. military forces during the Korean War)

 

            “My own conviction is that there must have been information to the enemy [i.e., the Red Chinese] from high diplomatic authorities that we [i.e., the U.S. military forces in Korea ] would not attack his home bases across the Yalu [River].

U.S. General James Van Fleet (in testimony to the U.S. Congress)

 

            “I was not allowed to bomb the numerous bridges across the Yalu River over which the enemy [i.e., the Red Chinese] constantly poured his trucks, and his munitions, and his killers.”

U.S. General Mark Clark

 

            “We had sufficient air bombardment, fighters, [and] reconnaissance [assets] so that I could have taken out all those [Red Chinese] supplies, those airdromes on the other side of the Yalu [River]; I could have bombed the [Communist] devils between there and Mukden, stopped the railroad [from] operating – and the people of [Red] China that were fighting could not have been supplied…but we weren’t permitted to do it. As a result, a lot of American blood was spilled over there in Korea .” – George Stratemeyer (U.S. Air Force general during the Korean War)

 

“Such a limitation upon the utilization of available military force to repel an enemy [i.e., the Red Chinese] attack has no precedent, either in our own history, or so far as I know, in the history of the world.” – General Douglas MacArthur (in testimony to the U.S. Congress)

 

“You get in war to win it. You do not get in war to stand still and lose it – and we were required to lose it. We were not permitted to win [the Korean War].

U.S. Air Force General George Stratemeyer

 

“For a great many years, as a soldier, I had a suspicion that war was a racket; not until I retired did I fully realize it.” – Smedley D. Butler (1881-1940; Major General , U.S. Marine Corps, retired; double Medal of Honor recipient)

 

“War is a racket fought by the common man for the benefit of the rich and powerful.”

Major General Smedley D. Butler

 

            “They [i.e., Wall Street financiers] want war because they make money out of such conflict – out of the human misery that wars bring.” – Henry Ford

 

“American Trucks in Korea and Vietnam – For the Other Side!”

(Title of Chapter Two in the book The Best Enemy Money Can Buy)

 

            “All Soviet truck technology and a large part of Soviet truck-manufacturing equipment have come from the West, mainly from the United States .

            …Many major American companies have been prominent in building up the Soviet truck industry. The Ford Motor Company, the A.J. Brandt Company, the Austin Company, General Electric, Swindell-Dressler, and others supplied the technical assistance, design work, and equipment of the original giant plants.”

Antony C. Sutton (author of the book The Best Enemy Money Can Buy)

 

“The general public shoulders the bill [for war]. The bill renders a horrible accounting: newly place gravestones; mangled bodies; shattered minds; broken hearts and homes; economic instability; depression and all its attendant miseries; back-breaking taxation for generations and generations.” – Major General Smedley D. Butler

 

 

          “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”

Henry Kissinger

 

            “I want to know who the men in the shadows are,

          I want to hear somebody asking them ‘Why?’ –

          They can be counted on to tell us who our enemies are,

          But they’re never the ones to fight or to die.”

Jackson Brown (musician; from his song “Lives in the Balance”)

 

          “Treason doth never prosper, what’s the reason?

          For if it prosper, none dare call it treason.”

Sir John Harrington (1561-1612)

 

 

 

I.         INTRODUCTION

 

(Note: Most of this introduction is the same as was used for “American History – Parts I, II, III, and IV”.)

 

Editor of TTT’s favorite subject in both high school and college was history – especially American history. After I retired from military service, I began to read history books “outside of” mainstream publishing.         To my horror I quickly discovered that a whole lot of very important information had been omitted from our history textbooks, especially in the public education system.         Something very sinister happened in our beloved America in the 20th century, especially in the early to mid 1900s.         It seems that some very wealthy individuals who hated America ‘s national sovereignty, her Republican form of government, and our beloved Constitution took over the mainstream media, the major publishing companies, and our public education system.

 

Once this takeover was complete, these wealthy individuals, who had placed their well-paid lackeys in key positions, gave us a carefully “edited” and “sanitized” version of history!         Oh, they left in tact the names of generals, senators, and presidents. They also left in tact dates of important battles.         They, however, did do something that was very repugnant – they omitted many key facts, especially regarding reasons and motives for wars, assassinations, etc. Something they also omitted were any references to the globalist rich and power elite who often rule nations “from behind the scenes”. They certainly omitted any references to the tremendous power and influence of “secret societies” on the course of history.         They also at times actually fabricated historical evidence”, such as the “lone-nut assassin Oswald” and the “magic bullet” theories surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

 

 

Possibly worst of all, these maniacal, power-hungry “control freaks” (i.e., the globalist rich and power elite and their well-paid lackeys) have stolen the truth of history from numerous generations of Americans.         And this is one of the main reasons why this editor of TTT writes newsletters – to try to get small pieces of historical truth out to a few more of those Americans who have been cheated by these “robbers of history”.

 

I would like to cover the following important topics in this issue of TTT:

(1) The prelude to the Korean War (to include building up our enemies);

(2) The Korean War; and,

(3) The Prisoner of War/Missing-in-Action (POW/MIA) issue.

 

There are a lot of important facts concerning all of these topics that are not covered in the vast majority of the school textbooks on American history.

 

 

  1.         THE KOREAN WAR (1950-1953)

 

NOTE:         Number of Americans KILLED in the Korean War: 54,246.

 

  1. The Prelude to the Korean War (to include building up our enemies):

 

Evidently part of those deals worked out in advance between United States “leaders” and our good “friend” and ally “Uncle Joe” Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union, was to allow the Soviets to come into the war [World War II] against Japan when it was virtually already over!

 

Yes, the Communist Red Army of the Soviet Union did not provide any significant help to American troops in the Pacific during the bloody fighting against the Japanese armed forces; yet the Soviet Union was allowed to join in at the end of the war to partake of the “spoils”.         The Soviet Union would be allowed to confiscate from Japan the following territories: the southern part of Sakhalin Island and the Kuril Islands .         Additionally, the Soviets were given authority over a portion of the Manchurian railroad. These “concessions” to the Soviet Union came about during the Yalta Conference in the Crimea in February of 1945. It was there that the “big three” leaders met. These leaders were Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joe Stalin (head of the Soviet Union ).

 

The Soviet Red Army was also allowed, by reason of the agreements at Yalta , to go into the northern part of Korea in August of 1945, and to occupy it. The Soviet Red Army left in 1948, but not before they had set up a Communist-led provisional government. This provisional government run by Communists became the Korean People’s Republic.         Thus the Korean War that followed in 1950 was set up by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s treasonous giveaways to that murderous Soviet dictator and monster, Joe Stalin!

 

Here is what John A. Stormer, author of the excellent book None Dare Call It Treason25 Years Later, has to say about the Yalta Conference of February 1945:

 

“The Yalta Conference, one of the most sordid episodes in American diplomatic history, gets only passing mention in [American history] textbooks although agreements made there by Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill resulted in the enslavement of 700 million people by the Communists.

 

            Alger Hiss, a communist [Ed. Note: an American communist] and adviser to Roosevelt at Yalta , is ignored as an influence on the Conference and the agreements made there. This is typical of the textbook ‘blackout’ of high level infiltration and subversion of the U.S. Government by communist agents.”

 

It also appears that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency made sure that a lot of U.S. military equipment, weapons, and ammunition not used at the end of World War II (WWII) ended up in Communist-controlled areas of eastern Asia !         This military equipment had been intended for use by U.S. military forces, if needed, in invading the main island of Japan near the end of World War II. The equipment had been stored at such locations as the island of Okinawa .         Some of this WWII vintage military hardware would later be used against U.S. military forces in such locations as Korea and Vietnam !

 

And, just as U.S. Ambassador to Iraq April Glaspie gave Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein the “green light” to invade Kuwait in 1991 for Gulf War I, so we find U.S. diplomat Dean Acheson giving North Korea the “green light” in early 1950 to invade South Korea !         He is what John A. Stormer says about this incident in his book None Dare Call It Treason…25 Years Later:

 

“Dean Acheson, one of the diplomats who participated in the series of decisions and actions which ultimately led to the fall of China in 1949, announced to the world in a speech on January 12, 1950 that Korea was ‘outside our defense perimeter’. Within six months, the North Korean communists accepted the invitation and attacked South Korea on June 25, 1950 .”

 

 

  1. The Korean War:

 

On June 25, 1950 the well-armed and well-equipped North Korean army stormed across the 38th Parallel (the dividing line between North and South Korea ) and viciously attacked her southern neighbor.

 

Author John A. Stormer describes what happened next:

 

[ U.S. ] President Truman responded by committing the meager American forces in the Far East to the defense of South Korea .

            [ U.S. ] General Douglas MacArthur, in fighting the delaying action down the Korean peninsula, showed the same brilliance he [had] displayed in playing for time against overwhelming odds in the Bataan Campaign at the start of World War II.         Within two months, the communists controlled all of Korea except for the small perimeter around Pusan .

            …In one of the greatest displays of military genius in history, MacArthur attacked the enemy’s rear with an ‘impossible’ amphibious assault at Inchon

 

            …Within eight weeks, the [North Korean] communists had been driven pell-mell north to the Manchurian border.         Six days later on November 26, 1950 , hordes of Chinese communist ‘volunteers’ swarmed across the border and entered the fight. Even while under savage attack, MacArthur was forbidden to bomb the Red [Chinese] supply bases and lines of communication north of the border. The Yalu River bridges across which communist supplies and reinforcements flowed were also ‘off-limits’ [to U.S. Air Force bombers].

            …With the [Communist] enemy operating from this sanctuary, the war was thrown into a stalemate.”

 

Let us now remember the quotation by Red Chinese General Lin Piao from the quotations section at the beginning of this newsletter:

 

“I would never have made the attack [from Red China into Korea across the Yalu River ] and risked my menif I had not been assured that Washington [D.C.] would restrain [U.S. Army] General MacArthur from taking adequate retaliatory measures against my lines of supply and communication.”

 

The above quotation can mean nothing other than somebody very high up in the U.S. government gave the Red Chinese leadership “assurances” that General MacArthur would be “restrained” from bombing the Red Chinese military lines of supply!         And again, we must never forget that these restrictions on bombing the Yalu River bridges caused THOUSANDS of additional (and unnecessary) American casualties!

 

General MacArthur knew about the treason going on back in Washington , D.C. , and he protested the senseless slaughter of American fighting men.         For standing up for the U.S. fighting men, and for standing up against the treasonous restrictions placed upon U.S. air power, MacArthur was relieved of his command by that traitor, Freemason (and U.S. President) Harry S. Truman.         It was “déjà vu all over again” – a replay of what had happened to U.S. Army General George S. Patton, Jr. during World War II.         ((General Patton had been relieved of his command of U.S. occupation forces in Bavaria in 1945.         The reason for General Patton’s loss of command was that he had been very outspoken in condemning the handing over of Eastern Europe and the eastern part of Germany to the Soviet Red Army. General Patton had stated that he intended to resign from the U.S. Army at the end of the war so that he could then openly tell the American people how they had been betrayed [by high-level U.S. officials].))

 

Because of the restrictions placed upon U.S. military forces during the Korean War (forcing them to “fight with one arm tied behind their backs”), a stalemate resulted. America failed to achieve total victory for the first time in its history of warfare.         This failure “to achieve total victory” would be repeated several decades later in a place called Vietnam – again because of the restrictions forced upon U.S. military forces by the politicians back in Washington , D.C.

 

How much of the above information do you think is found in U.S. history textbooks?

 

The Korean War ended on July 27, 1953 when the armistice agreement was signed between the United Nations and North Korea .

 

  1. Prisoner of War/Missing-in-Action (POW/MIA) Issue:

 

“Over 30,000 American POW/MIAs were left behind following WWII, Korea , Vietnam , and the Cold War. American officials abandoned the men rather than confront the Communists who held them captive. This was done as a matter of policy.

            …Many of the men, the lucky ones, ended up in slave labor camps.         The rest were tortured to death or used as human guinea pigs in ghastly medical experiments involving radiation and chemical and biological warfare agents. When there was nothing left of their bodies or minds worth testing, they were killed and their remains cremated so that no one would ever learn what happened…

            …For over eighty years there has been a conspiracy of silence to hide the crimes of the Communists.”

(From the back cover of the excellent book Betrayed by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.)

 

            “Thousands of American servicemen also disappeared – over 20,000 that the Soviets took from German prison camps and then refused to repatriate back to the United States after V-E day, over 8000 after the Korean War, far more than the reported 2000 after Vietnam, and many hundreds during the Cold War. The general explanation is that they either died in prison or ended up in slave labor camps. Undoubtedly some did. But, not all, because American POWs were highly valued by the [Soviet] KGB for use in medical experiments[and] were human guinea pigs used to test the effects of atomic radiation on humans [and] were used to test chemical and biological warfare agents. They were used by doctors to practice medical operations.” – Joseph D. Douglass, Jr. (author of the book Betrayed).

 

            “The aftermath of the Korean War was no different.         Over 8000 American prisoners were abandoned with hardly a concern for the consequences.         Lt. Colonel Philip Corso was present when President Eisenhower made the decision [to abandon the American POWs].         Corso testified to Congress that live American prisoners were abandoned, their fate was understood, and this decision was made at the White House by President Eisenhower.”

Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

“I was prepared to fight, to be wounded, to be captured, and even prepared to die, I was not prepared to be abandoned.” – U.S. Navy Captain Eugene “Red” McDaniel (who spent six years in a North Vietnamese prison)

 

((Ed. Comment to preceding quotation: While Navy Captain McDaniel was a prisoner from the Vietnam War, his comments are applicable to our abandoned fighting men from any war!))

 

“Equally disturbing is the apparent reason why U.S. officials allowed this [Ed. Note: our American servicemen to “be left behind” and to be tortured and experimented upon] to happen – their policy of keeping silence about the crimes of the Communists and sweeping them under the rug rather than try to hold the Communist leaders accountable – and the extensive efforts afterward to cover up their actions.”

Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

 

 

            “The Western silence respecting the crimes of Communism began with the founding of the Soviet Union in 1917.

            …Why is there such an awkward silence from politicians? Why such a deafening silence from the academic world regarding the Communist catastrophe, which touched the lives of almost one-third of humanity on four continents during a period spanning 80 years?”

Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

The [POW/MIA] story has to be told. The experiments and killings have been continuing for over fifty years precisely because neither governments nor the news media have pointed the spotlight of shame and publicity upon these [Communist] crimes andupon those who made it happen or allowed it to happen.”

Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

            “…When North Korea attacked South Korea in June, 1950neither the Russians nor the Czechs were surprised.         They had known of the impending invasion for several months.         Indeed, the Soviets were behind the attack and had directed Czechoslovakia to assist the North Koreans.” – Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

“Shortly before the invasion, Czechoslovakia was directed to get ready to build a military hospital in North Korea .” – Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

            “Only a few people within the [Czech] military structure and [the Czech Communist] Party knew the real truth about the [military] hospital [that had been built in North Korea ]. It was not to treat casualties. Its actual mission was to serve as a special, highly secure medical intelligence facility – an experimental laboratory in which captured American and South Korean servicemen would be used as laboratory specimens.

            For example, the POWs were to be used as living cadavers to train doctors in field-expedient procedures, such as amputations and operations on internal organs. These operations were comparable to the live vivisections performed by Japanese doctors and scientists during World War II at Harbin , Manchuria , on Chinese and other POWs, including over 800 American POWs.”

            Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

            “Roughly eighteen Czech doctors were involved in the North Korean operation [Ed. Note: the experimentation on American POWs], and over twenty Russian doctors.”

Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.

 

This classic betrayal of America’s fighting men, “left behind as POWs and MIAs”, started “big-time” at the end of World War II when over 20,000 U.S. servicemen were abandoned by U.S. Army General Dwight D. Eisenhower.         These American fighting men had been “liberated” by the Soviet Red Army as it swept through eastern portions of Germany and through much of Eastern Europe .

 

 

 

This betrayal of America’s fighting men, “left behind as POWs and MIAs”, continued “big-time” at the end of the Korean War as you can see from the numerous quotations in this section of the newsletter.

 

And this betrayal of America ‘s fighting men, “left behind as POWs and MIAs”, would later be continued “big-time” in another war in Vietnam !

 

How much of the above information do you think is included in U.S. history textbooks?

 

III.         SUMMARY

 

Both Korea and Vietnam were “no-win” wars that American military forces were forced to fight “with one hand tied behind their backs” by treasonous politicians in Washington , D.C.         In both of these wars U.S. air strikes were greatly restricted.         This restriction on U.S. air power greatly “aided and abetted” the Communist forces fighting our U.S. military forces. These restrictions often allowed the Communists to move military forces and equipment with impunity! These restrictions also resulted in greatly increased battlefield casualties to U.S. military forces!

 

Both Korea and Vietnam revealed the total callousness and indifference of the highest levels of the U.S. government for American POW/MIAs! In both wars these American servicemen captured by Communist forces were abandoned (“left behind”) by U.S. government leaders who believed as Henry Kissinger believes (when he stated): “Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”

 

Both Korea and Vietnam saw treason (and the vilest betrayal) committed against American fighting men by the highest levels of the U.S. government!

 

Editor of TTT is NOT anti-war. I served twenty years on active duty in both the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army.         I am in favor of all wars that truly defend this country’s best interests – but not the wars that are in the interests of the globalist rich and power elite! We need to be defending this country’s borders, and stopping the massive illegal immigration that is contributing to the destruction of this nation’s infrastructure and economy. We Americans need to learn the lessons of war – and the history of American involvement in foreign wars, or we will continue to make the costly mistakes of the past. Once we get informed, we need to hold our government leaders responsible for committing American troops overseas!         That is our duty as citizens! And we also, when we have gotten well informed on this topic, must become “teachers” of others. And that brings us to this final section on what we can do.

 

 

  1.         WHAT CAN WE DO?

 

  1.         If you think that this issue of “Tackling the Tough Topics” contains important information, then please make as many copies of it as you can possibly afford to, and give them away “free of charge” to others.

 

  1.         We all need to get more informed about the wars in America ‘s history, especially about the men “behind the scenes” who foment and orchestrate these wars.         Once we get informed, we need to become “teachers”, helping others to get informed. Here are some good books – try to obtain as many of them as you can possibly afford.         (After you obtain them, please read them as quickly as possible and then share them with others!         If we fail to get informed, and if we fail to inform others, then more Korean Wars and more Vietnam Wars will take place – and thousands more American servicemen and women may be “left behind”.)

 

(a.) The book Operation Vampire Killer 2000 (OVK2000) by Police Against the New World Order (the “Aid & Abet Police & Military Newsletter” folks – headed up by retired police officer Jack McLamb).         This outstanding book is 75 pages, paperback (8 ½” X 11″ format). It is profusely illustrated (it has lots of drawings and pictures).         This book lays out in plain language the plans of the globalist rich and power elite to destroy America ‘s national sovereignty and our freedoms.         It uses quotes from both the globalist rich and power elite and our founding fathers and other patriotic Americans.         When one examines these quotes, one can quickly see that the intent of the founding fathers is diametrically opposed to the agenda of the globalist rich and power elite!         This book is a must-read for all Americans, and it is a book that we absolutely must get into the hands of military personnel, and law enforcement (i.e., police) and intelligence agencies’ personnel. For information on bulk prices, please call 208-935-7852.         A single copy is available for $11 postpaid.         To order, make postal money order payable to “Aid &Abet” and send it to the following address: “Aid & Abet Police & Military Newsletter” // HC 11, P.O. Box 357 // Kamiah, Idaho 83536.

 

(b.) The book Slick Willie & the Amazing American Bodybag Factory, Inc. by William H. Huff.         ((This book is most highly recommended by Editor of “Tackling the Tough Topics”. And don’t worry, it is NOT a book about Bill Clinton’s escapades!))         This book contains “The War Prayer” by Mark Twain; an open letter by Bill Huff to our military personnel; a short biography of USMC Major General Smedley D. Butler (a double-Medal of Honor recipient); and Major General Butler’s great little book “War is a Racket!”. Major General Butler’s quotes at the beginning of this newsletter came from this book.   Slick Willie & the Amazing American Bodybag Factory, Inc. is available for $7 postpaid. To order, make check or money order payable to “William H. Huff” and send it to the following address: LEXREX // P.O. Box 553 // Hamstead , MD 21074 .         For credit card orders, please call 1-410-374-5116.         Or, visit Bill Huff’s web site: www.lexrex.com .

 

(c.) The book Betrayed by Joseph Douglass, Jr.   The “Radio Liberty catalog states the following about this book: “Over 30,000 American POW/MIAs were left behind following WWII, Korea , Vietnam , and the Cold War. American officials abandoned the men rather than confront the Communists who held them captive. This was done as a matter of policy. [This book] is the story of these war crimes and atrocities as told by a top Communist official who monitored much of the operation.” This book is 472-pages long, and can be obtained for $28.45 postpaid.         Please make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         Or, for credit card orders, please call the Radio Liberty toll-free line at 1-800-544-8927.

 

 

(d.) The book The Best Enemy Money Can Buy by Antony C. Sutton; 193 pages, paperback; $21.45 postpaid. The “Radio Liberty catalog states the following about this book: “With mountains of documentation, mostly from government and corporate sources, Sutton shows that Soviet military technology is heavily dependent on U.S. and allied gifts, “peaceful trade” and exchange programs.         We’ve built for, sold or traded, or given outright to the Communists everything from copper wiring and military trucks to tank technology, missile guidance technology, computers – even the Space Shuttle.” The West, especially the U.S. , bought and paid for the Communist monster called the Soviet Union .         The Soviets provided training, military equipment and weapons systems, ammunition, and military advisers to both the North Koreans during the Korean War and to the North Vietnamese during the Vietnam War. Some Soviet military personnel actually participated in combat in these wars.         The U.S. government continued to assist the Soviets in building their war machine during World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and throughout the so-called Cold War. This is a must-read book for all Americans, and especially military personnel and veterans. To order this book, make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         For credit card orders, call toll-free 800-544-8927.

 

(e.) The book None Dare Call It Treason…25 Years Later by John A. Stormer; 590 pages, paperback; 1990; $11.45 postpaid.         This book does a great job exposing the Communist threat (which still exists) and those in the West who funded and supported Communist regimes, especially the Soviet Union .         (Both Russia and Red China still pose tremendous military threats to the United States !)         This outstanding book contains great information on the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Cold War.         It also details the treason that occurred during these periods in certain U.S. government agencies, such as the U.S. State Department.         To order, make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         For credit card orders, call toll-free 800-544-8927.

 

((Ed. Comment: A shorter and older version of the above book, under the title of None Dare Call It Treason by John A. Stormer, was published in 1964. It is 254 pages, paperback. It contains the first fourteen chapters of the above-mentioned book (which has 27 chapters). The earlier version is a “classic”, and is available through “Radio Liberty for only $7.45 postpaid. Because it was published in 1964, it only briefly touches on the Communist activity in Vietnam . You can order five (5) copies of this earlier, shorter version for $12.50 postpaid.         See the preceding entry for information on how to order.))

 

(f.) The book The Unseen Hand: An Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History by A. Ralph Epperson; 1985; paperback, 488-pages; $18.45 postpaid. This excellent book deals with a lot of the “missing gaps” in American history books.         It covers such topics as “money & gold”, “secret societies”, and a number of wars in which Americans participated: “The American Revolution”, “The Civil War”, “World War I”, “World War II”, and “The Korean War”. The “Radio Liberty catalog, in part, states the following about this book: “It is the contention of the author that the major events of the past, the wars, the depressions and the revolutions, have been planned years in advance by an international conspiracy.”         To order this book, make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         For credit card orders, call toll-free 800-544-8927.

 

(g.) The book The Medusa File by Lieutenant Colonel Craig Roberts; 421 pages, paperback.         The “Radio Liberty catalog states the following about this book: “From World War II until the present, there has been hidden within the highest levels of government secrets that you are not supposed to discover.         During the period of 1940-1996 the power brokers, working from their positions of trust, have committed and then covered up the most heinous of crimes known to mankind.” This book contains great information on the biological testing done by Japanese Unit 731 on Allied prisoners of war (POW); “Operation Paperclip” (i.e., getting Nazi scientists out of Germany at the end of the war); our American POWs in WWII, Korea , & Vietnam ; the Atomic guinea pigs; etc. This outstanding book is $28.45 postpaid. To order this book, make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         For credit card orders, call toll-free 800-544-8927.

 

  1.         Here is a good audio tape set:

 

The 4-audio tape set “The Men We Left Behind”.   The “Radio Liberty catalog states the following about this tape set: “What happened to the servicemen who were abandoned following World War II , Korea , and Vietnam ?         This is a tragic story that every American must hear – [it is the story] about the young men who were sent overseas to fight for freedom and ended up in Communist slave labor camps, as victims of macabre experiments, and far worse.         Interviews with: Dr. Russell Blaylock, Dr. Joseph Douglass, Monika Jensen Stevenson, and Craig Roberts.” This 4-tape set is $26.45 postpaid. Please make check or money order payable to “Radio Liberty and send it to the following address: Radio Liberty // P.O. Box 969 // Soquel , CA 95073 .         Or, for credit card orders, please call the Radio Liberty toll-free line at 1-800-544-8927.

 

  1.         Two of the very best web sites for getting the important news and news analysis often suppressed by the establishment-controlled mainstream media are:

www.infowars.com and www.prisonplanet.com .

 

  1.         Two great web sites for veterans: www.gulfwarvets.com and,

www.thepowerhour.com .

 

 

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

George Santayana (1863-1952; Spanish philosopher & writer)