On This Big Day in 1981, The United States and U.S.S.R. open talks to reduce intermediate-range nuclear forcesAssistant Managing Editor -
The talks led to signed agreements and finally, an end to The Cold War
76 years ago, war, conflict, murder, death, and struggle were put forth by the United Nations on this day in 1947. A complete and utter failure, the world still suffers the consequences of that vote as more than 6 million Indigenous people in Palestine live in refugee camps, squalor, and suffer the indignities of being oppressed by another racist bigoted violent European colonizer.
VT's Jonas Alexis explores NATO for 2023
In years past, during the reign of the late Zionist Jewish Emperor, Sheldon Adelson, Republican potential candidates for national office would come to Las Vegas to speak before the Republican Jewish Coalition. Presiding over as Emperor, Republican candidates would crawl on their hands and knees to reach the Emperor, kiss his ring and seek his donation and support within the...
By Henry Makow Shortly after the outbreak of WW2 on Sept 1, 1939, Adolf Berle, the Assistant Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs approached FDR with news that a Communist Party defector, Whitaker Chambers, had supplied him with 20 names of Soviet spies in the State Department. Since the Molotov Ribbentrop pact was signed on August 24, 1939, it was...