Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Is This the Most Important Date in U.S. History?

Is This the Most Important Date in U.S. History?
Published on Mar 16, 2015
What was perhaps the most determinative date in American history? July 4, 1776? Pearl Harbor? September 11? How about...July 28, 1588. Richard McMillan, Professor of History at Pierce College, explains why that seemingly random date is so important.

Why Do We Celebrate the Fourth of July? With Will Witt
Published on Jun 28, 2018
Why do we celebrate the Fourth of July? What happened in 1776? Will Witt went to the beach to see if people know.

Norman Dodd Interviewed by G Edward Griffin Shortly Before His Passing

Illuminati: The Hidden Agenda for World Government
Ed Griffin interview with Norman Dodd in 1982
This is a very interesting video. "The man who tells this story is none other than Mr. Norman Dodd, who in 1954 was the staff director of the Congressional Special Committee to Investigate Tax-exempt Foundations, sometimes referred to as the Reece Committee, in recognition of its chairman, Congressman Carol Reece." He is here interviewed by Ed Griffin back in 1982. Dodd is telling us about his research into the tax-exempt organization and what they REALLY stand for. He shows us that the Carnegie Endowment, the Ford Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation joined together to alter American history and take over the whole education system in America, so the children can be indoctrinated into accepting a World Government. Wes Penre,

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