That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history. Aldous Huxley
Did you know that Russia has sided with the United States on several occasions in history and even played a significant role in the American Civil War? Have you heard the well-known conspiracy theories concerning the Pearl Harbor attack that FDR supposedly knew about beforehand? Did you know that there’s no evidence that shows FDR knew anything about the surprise attack, but that someone else did? Were you taught anything in school about the Venetian Republic and the enormous impact they have had upon European history, or Edward Bernays and the profound influence he had on the 20th century, advertising, propaganda, public relations and American culture in general? And can anyone even begin to grasp the depths of criminality that led to the financial collapse of 2008?
I invite you to examine some of these vitally important historical issues in a fresh, new light which may leave you wondering why you’ve never been taught these things before!
- Dr. Webster G. Tarpley’s 2013 CSPAN Lecture on Russian Fleets of 1863:
European humanitarian cries to intervene in a foreign conflict (or stick their noses where they don’t belong) and to do something to help, while Russia firmly says, “butt out” is nothing new! It’s as old as the hills of West Virginia! The United States owes Russia a “debt of honor” for standing by our side in our darkest hours. Find out why.
- The Trap – BBC documentary series by Adam Curtis:
Part 1 discusses the Cold War, Game Theory, John Nash, The RAND Corporation, R.D. Laing, the Rosenhan experiment, Friedrich von Hayek, and more.
Part 2. “The Lonely Robot”
Part 3 discusses Isaiah Berlin’s influential concepts of positive and negative liberty, the “shock therapy” policies forced onto the Russian population in the 1990’s, and the more extreme shock therapy applied to Iraq.
- 1932, A True History of the United States:
- Dope, Inc. by Konstandinos Kalimtgis, with David Goldman and Jeffrey Steinberg:
- Pearl Harbor Revisited by Webster G. Tarpley 2007:
- Against Oligarchy (The Venetian Conspiracy) by Webster G. Tarpley:
- The Power of Nightmares – 3 part BBC documentary series by Adam Curtis:
- From Guy Fawkes to 9/11 – 400 Years of State Sponsored Terrorism by Webster G. Tarpley:
- TerrorStorm: A History of Government-Sponsored Terrorism by Alex Jones:
- George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography by Webster G. Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin:
Adolph Hitler by Webster G. Tarpley:
- An American History Lesson with Gore Vidal (The National Security State):
- The War On Democracy – by John Pilger
Who said this? – “We’ll intervene whenever we decide it’s in our national security interests to intervene. And if you don’t like it, lump it! Get used to it, world!” Was it Vladimir Putin? Watch this film to find out the startling answer!
- WHY? Stories of bombed Yugoslavia, from RT:
Genocide in Kosovo? by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair:
- The Century of the Self – BBC documentary series by Adam Curtis:
1. Happiness Machines:
2. The Engineering of Consent:
3. There is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads:
- In defense of a phrase: “conspiracy theory” by James Richard Bailey, fom Daily Kos:
Edward Bernays: “If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing about it?”
- Consuming Kids – The Commercialization of Childhood:
- Merchants of Cool – PBS Frontline documentary:
- Manufacturing Consent – Noam Chomsky and the Media:
“But now, with a most inhuman cruelty, they who have put out the people’s eyes, reproach them of their blindness.” John Milton
- Inside Job, directed by Charles H. Ferguson:
A nice documentary if you want to understand how the 2008 financial crisis happened (if your stomach is strong enough to listen to George Soros innocently claiming, “I didn’t know what credit default swaps are!”
- The Corporation : The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, written by Joel Bakan, and directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott:
- The World According to Monsanto, directed by Marie-Monique Robin: