James joins Garland Nixon and Eric Ladny on Radio Fault Lines to discuss the WWI conspiracy, the lead up to the "Great War," and parallels with today.
When Yasushi Watanabe bought a cartoon film decades ago as a high school student in the Japanese city of Osaka, he had no idea he was purchasing animation history.
These stories are not unique cases from a remote war. The same methods are constantly rinsed and repeated, the mentality in our ruling elites is the same, and the risk of a major conflict is as great today as in 1914.
In response to my short essay on November 9 (https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/11/09/the-prevalence-of-myth-over-history/), a reader sent me a link to secession documents that implicated slavery, not the tariff, as the reason for Southern secessi
The weekend commemoration of the end of World War I, and particularly the speech from the French president, demonstrate why the "war to end all wars" did not at all end all wars. They still don't get it, so we are forced to repeat it. How does our cu
In the early 3rd century BCE, the biblical book of Genesis was translated from Hebrew into Greek in order to be read by the Jewish communities of the diaspora who no longer understood Hebrew. Though the book could now be read by non-Jewish Greeks, i
Remember remember the fifth of November ?" but why? Behind the bonfires and fireworks is the story of an assassination plot that could have altered the course of history forever.
As I knew would happen, my review of the very serious and heavily documented book, Unprecedented Crime (https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/10/26/global-warming-is-real-the-threat-is-real-ecocide-is-on-the-horizon/ ) resulted in condemnations from
as a thirty-year paroxysm of slaughter and destruction?"inevitable? Were they necessary wars? Were the bloodiest and most devastating conflicts ever suffered by mankind fated by forces beyond men's control? Or were they products of calamitous fai
Black and white silent film footage from World War I has been transformed by Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson into a 3D colour movie to mark the centenary of the end of the conflict.
One of the reasons that countries fail is that collective memory is continually destroyed as older generations pass away and are replaced by new ones who are disconnected from what came before.
What was going on just before the 2008 Election?
On October 12, 929, roughly 1100 years ago, Abd-ar Rahman III of the Umayyad Dynasty was proclaimed ruler of Cordoba- the Islamic kingdom that comprised most of Spain at the time.
Nearly 3 decades ago, when the Senate confirmation of Supreme Court Nominee Clarence Thomas was all but certain, liberal operatives launched a smear campaign against the judge - focusing on accusations of sexual harassment. In 2018, after having pass
The discovery of rock carvings believed to be tens of thousands of years old in India's western state of Maharashtra has greatly excited archaeologists who believe they hold clues to a previously unknown civilisation, BBC Marathi's Mayuresh Konnur re
In 279 BC, the vast army of King Pyrrhus of Epirus was met by Roman forces at the Battle of Asculum in southern Italy, in what would be one of the costliest military engagements of ancient history.
Indeed, before any warriors could even ask Scathach for help, they had to first reach her domain. The woman's fortress, called Dun Scaith (Castle of Shadows), reportedly sat on Isle of Skye northwest of Scotland. Kings and princes who wanted to get
Chris Duane Video- The truth about the Hunt Brothers
During the long Cold War many Russians grew sufficiently disenchanted with the lies and omissions of their own news outlets that they turned to Western radio for a glimpse of the truth.
Governments. Can't live with them, can't live without them, right? From first world countries to war-torn hellholes, bemoaning politicians is de rigueur. Yet for all their flaws, we tend to view our elected officials as a necessary evil, for if t
The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations Section 4: State Versus Society Chapter 10, Part 4 Crypto and the New Cold War History is written by the victors. -Winston Churchill Success is a great deodorant. -Elizabeth Taylo
Arguably one of the rights that has seen less government encroachment in the US -- in contrast to other activities such as commerce -- gun rights are now witnessing unprecedented attacks at the state level and even from politically-connected corpor
Incredible drawings reveal the complex factory powered by 16 water wheels used to make food for sailors
"If you don't get my weekly column, it means I am dead," wrote Israeli writer Uri Avnery to a friend. As I eagerly awaited Uri's column each week, I feared that each new column might be his last.
Well, good morning. This is Lew Rockwell. What an honor to have as our guest this morning, Judge John V. Denson.
Even though a vast majority of the population admits the saying that history is written by those who win the wars, most are unwilling to question its core and rather choose to accept that what they're being told by their government controlled educa
Tom Woods Video on Hitler and Ecomonics
In 1971, Gary Allen published his book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy. It quickly became an unofficial best seller.