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  • Frank Olson

    Frank Olson was an American citizen, born in 1910 and murdered in New York City in 1953 by the CIA. Here’s an outline of the case: Fort Detrick is the U.S. Army’s biowarfare facility, founded in 1943. Frank Olson was one of the first scientists to work there. From the final years of World War

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  • Jan Masaryk

    On 10 March 1948, Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk – the son of Thomas G. Masaryk, founder of the Czechoslovak state in late 1918 – was found dead under his lst floor apartment window. A letter from Jan Masaryk to Stalin, dated 9 March 1948, was found in the archives of the former Czechoslovak party’s Central

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  • Richard Wurmbrand

    “Wurmbrand, who was imprisoned for 14 years in Europe for his outspoken views against communism, urges Christians not to be duped by Marxism’s benevolent disguise as a mere political or economic theory. He reveals the true root of Marxist thinking so that Christians will recognize the evil therein and stand against it.” From Wurmbrand’s book

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  • George S. Patton

    “One of the Americans who observed the strange behavior of the American government was General George S. Patton. He had seen enough to cause him to want to resign from the military so that he could “say what I want to” about America’s “soft on Communism” stance during the war. Patton knew enough about the

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  • Milbank Johnson

    Dr. Milbank Johnson, MD, was born in 1871. In the early 1930s Johnson became interested in the “Universal Microscope”, and later the “Rife Ray” machine, both invented by Royal Rife of San Diego. Studies done at Northwestern Medical School by Edward Rosenow, MD, were published showing the effectiveness of the Rife Microscope over conventional light

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  • Ezra Pound

    Ezra Pound was confined at the St. Elisabeths Mental Hospital as a political prisoner for questioning America’s war motives in Radio Rome broadcasts. A leading poet and critic, Pound introduced the world to James Joyce, W.B. Yaetes and T.S. Eliot. Pound commissioned Mullins to examine the power of the US baking establishment. Pound made anti-American

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  • George Sylvester Viereck

    George Sylvester Viereck, was marked for personal persecution by the insane cripple, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, because Viereck refused to turn his back on his own heritage and do the bidding of this twisted and misshapen madman.  Viereck showed me a personal letter from FDR to Viereck, who was then the respected leader of the fifty

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  • Robert Wilton

    ‘Last Days of the Romanovs’, av Robert Wilton http://www.archive.org/download/lastdaysoftherom008558mbp/lastdaysoftherom008558mbp.pdf Robert Wilton, was serving as Russian correspondent for the British newspaper The Times from 1902 to 1919. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Wilton Book about the murder of the Romanovs banned in Finland. http://www2.hs.fi/english/archive/news.asp?id=20040127IE15 – Robert Wilton was just another who died of cancer at relatively young age (57), compared with:

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