Aksum Disk and Crescent



The Sun Disc and Moon Crescent interpretation is a mainstream masterpiece of misinformation.

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Edwin Johnson goes to Aksum



Working backwards [towards ancient times] the Western Historical narrative for Ethiopia can only [at best] be traced back to 1428 or [at worst] 1487 CE.

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Swiss Neutrality



Visiting Geneva is like visiting an American theme park …

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EU Going South



It appears the EU is determined to go south this winter.

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Posted in Economics, History, Spain | 4 Comments

Them and Us Body Language



There’s a large rhetorical spectrum covering the relationship between the rulers and the ruled.

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Nigel Farage: We’re Led By Morons

Nigel Farage is almost too honest to be a British politician.
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Posted in British History, Economics, History | 14 Comments

Me and Bobby McGee



It’s become very evident: We’re All Crash Test Dummies Now!

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Posted in Economics, History | 17 Comments

Marching to Mississippi



The rich aroma of well baked data emanating from the rickety caboose where the mainstream stashes it’s fragments of Black American History is just too tempting to resist …

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Black Seminoles



There’s a clear case for classifying Black Seminoles as American Africans.

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Posted in Books, British History, Cape Bojador, Catastrophism, Dallas Abbott, Geology, Gloger’s Rule, History, Inflating Earth, Uniformitarianism | 2 Comments

Red Pill Germany: New Orders

Mr Lauterbach met with Dr Fauci and visited the World Bank and the IMF.
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Gonzalo Lira: American Power Has Collapsed

Gonzalo Lira discusses the collapse of American power.
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Posted in Economics, History | 11 Comments

Summer 2022

It’s time to enjoy the peace before the storm.
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Bobby Brown in Europe



Bobby Brown taught Europe everything it needs to know about going down.

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Posted in Economics, History | 15 Comments

The Cull Continues



Some things are as predictable as they are perfidious.

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Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 24 Comments

American Africans



A cruise around a colossal Caribbean Con.

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Posted in Books, British History, Cape Bojador, Catastrophism, Dallas Abbott, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Gloger’s Rule, History, Inflating Earth, Roman Chronology, Uniformitarianism | 8 Comments

Edwin Johnson goes to St Vincent



Edwin Johnson unravels the Uncalibrated Radiocarbon Dating Clusterfuck.

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Posted in Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Edwin Johnson, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Inflating Earth, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology, Science, Uniformitarianism | 2 Comments

Edwin Johnson goes to Moscow



Edwin Johnson gets to grips with Russian History.

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Barbarossa Eight



Every nation and every defensive alliance should know it’s limitations.

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1235 The Year of the Galleys

The decline of the English Galley points to when English Seas ceased being Inland Seas.

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Posted in Books, British History, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Wroxeter Chronicles | 4 Comments

Garland Nixon: Statement Analysis

Garland Nixon educates and entertains by using Statement Analysis.

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History of Oars

More maritime mirth and mayhem made by the mainstream mindset.

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Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Evolution-Devolution, Gravity, History, Roman Chronology | 2 Comments

Philosophy: Selling Shit Sandwiches

Philosophers make some sense when you realise they specialise in selling BS.
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Posted in Economics, History, Science | 3 Comments

Darwin’s Double Dark Earth

Darwin dug down in the dirt near Dorking and documented the Dark Earth.
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Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Catastrophism, Dark Earth, Edwin Johnson, Enigmatic Egypt, Evolution-Devolution, Hecker Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Science, Solar System, Uniformitarianism, Wroxeter Chronicles | 7 Comments

P N Oak: World Vedic Heritage

Anyone who enjoys challenging ideas can avail themselves of the high quality copy of World Vedic Heritage: A History of Histories by P N Oak that’s been uploaded to Archive.org.
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Andrei Martyanov: Elite Education

It’s safe to say Andrei Martyanov is unimpressed by the elite education that lies behind such masterpieces as: The Longer-Term Export Credit As A Business Problem In Mechanical Engineering.
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The Bastardi Belters

Last weekend Joe Bastardi hit some real belters.

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Two Routes To Tyranny

Western commentators have observed a growing awareness the traditional Politcal Left and Political Right are considered two cheeks of the same arse.
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The Meek Adapt

Is adaptability an advantage?

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Posted in Evolution-Devolution, Gravity, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Science | 1 Comment

The Meek Inherit

What happened when The Meek “inherited” the Earth?

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Posted in Arabian Horizon, Edwin Johnson, Evolution-Devolution, Geology, Greenland, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Science, Water | 2 Comments

The Meek Maker



Which species subjugated Homo Sapiens to produce Homo Domesticus?

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Meet The Meek

Does Darwinian Domestication demonstrate Devolution?
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International Pandemic Treaty

In 2015 Stanley Johnson wrote a thriller about the rise of a mysterious virus and one man’s fight to stop a deadly pandemic. Read on to discover whether that one man could be Boris Johnson in 2022.

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Harry’s Farm: Food Prices

The old fashioned concept of the national interest suggests it’s time to put out to pasture the Government Expert Idiots who are paying British farmers around £600 a hectare to grow wild flowers.

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Bob Moran: COVID1984

Award-winning cartoonist Bob Moran discusses how he was fired from The Daily Telegraph for speaking out against government biosecurity measures.
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Scott Ritter: Finland and Russia

Scott Ritter, for better or worse, explores some of the more controversial storylines of Modern European History en route to delivering a strongly worded warning to the people of Finland.
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