(RichardEastman) – While this 1930ish Hollywood movie is only semi-accurate it certainly shows more then the PTB would like you to know today. I think this film was made as a response to the anti-Rothschild sentiment sweeping the world in the 1930’s (thanks to people like Henry Ford Sr. and Charles Lindbergh Sr.). As usual it backfired and “they” subsequently went “underground” and began using the tactic of keeping their name out of the news and using the media to point the finger at their front men (it’s the “Federal Reserve”, it’s “the Illuminati”, it’s “the corporations”, it’s “the NWO” ad nausea). Of course, every non-Jew is painted as “anti-semitic” and the Jews must fight back with the only tool they have…money (that’s a knee slapper). Continue reading
(VigilantCitizen) – Illuminati symbolism is not only present in American pop culture, it is also heavily referenced in Korean pop (K-Pop), a multi-billion industry that reaches millions of young fans. We’ll look at the occult symbolism found in Narsha’s “Bbi-Ri-Bop-A” and SHINee’s “Lucifer” to see how the same hidden force that rules the American music industry also rules K-Pop. Read More Here
(July 2) – Regular Friday guest Bob Chapman, former gold and silver stockbroker and publisher of The International Forecaster, talks about the economy. Continue reading
By Robert Singer
[War and the Modern State of Israel seem to be “hot topics” on the Internet. However, it is my belief that I am the only one that connects two World Wars, the Balfour Declaration and the Holocaust to (The Key to the Secret of the Universe).]
The First World War: A Modern View
Thanks partly to a generation of war poets who recorded the horrors of the war and a generation of historians who castigated the Allied high command for their decisions and ‘waste of life’ (Allied soldiers being the ‘Lions led by Donkeys’), the war is generally viewed as a pointless tragedy.
The War to End all Wars, according to Churchill, would have ended in 1917 if the U.S. had not entered the war.
“The mood in London was bleakly pessimistic in early 1917. The blood-drenched Battle of the Somme, from July to November 1916, had proved that France and Britain could not defeat Germany without U.S. help. As Winston Churchill later wrote, Britain was so close to defeat that any straw had to be grasped.” 
History goes on to record the losers were about to accept a simple status quo and end of the war, with no punitive conditions when France and Britain were approached with an offer they should have refused. 
“The deal entailed that if the Zionist-led international banking cartel could arrange Britain’s victory, would Great Britain support a Zionist state later on when the right conditions presented themselves. Great Britain agreed to these terms, and as their part of the deal, the Zionist bankers would get the United States of America into the conflict and reverse the obvious outcome.” 
Great Britain agreed to these terms and the famous Balfour Declaration was their part of the deal, so that they could “reverse the obvious outcome.” .
The 1974 World Book Encyclopedia contradicts Churchill and acknowledges the military situation was in the Allies favor  and claims the U.S. entered the war because the British intercepted a message in January 1917 from Germany to Mexico asking for an alliance in case of war.
Churchill’s Statements are Disinformation
(VigilantCitizen) – This article documents some of today’s well-known artists who have gone on record and spoken about the dark side of the entertainment industry. Some of the industry’s biggest stars, including Dave Chappelle, Michael Jackson and Bob Dylan, have hinted at the true nature of the business in their own words. Here are some of my findings. Read More Here
(Infowars) – Perhaps you have noticed that frequently the largest and most extravagant buildings in most cities (and even small towns) are banks. It’s fascinating how banks make money off interest, which is one of the most lucrative businesses known to man. While most businesses build a product or provide some kind of service involving manual labor or specialized knowledge, banks make enormous profits through the seemingly magical practice of lending people money and collecting interest on the loans. Continue reading