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11/11/18: 100 years after WW1, 99% don’t see ongoing empire: ‘Make the world safe for democracy’ = winners steal losers’ colonies + ‘War to end all wars’ = Never-ending false flag global wars to dominate human + natural resources. 32-minute video connecting our grandparents’ hell to today

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You do not know the history of the first world war.
If you have the intellectual integrity and moral courage to invest an hour, this article is my summary and documentation as a professional historian that reveals corporate media textbook lies of omission and commission.
First: James Corbett’s accurate and revealing 32 minutes connecting the first global war to today:

From my 2016 series: US illegal: History of rogue empire REQUIRING arrests in the present. American families lied into WW1 under zero national security risk to expand Empires (6 of 11)
“The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.” President Harry Truman, Plain Speaking: An Oral Biography of Harry S. Truman (1974) by Merle Miller, pg. 26.
3-minute video: Police, Military – Was your Oath sincere? 2-minute video: US imperialism 1800 – 1900: This article series is among hundreds in alternative media that explain, document, and prove that the United States continuously engage in the viciously destructive policies…

Scholars’ paradox: Don’t throw pearls before swine or Truth before sheeple, but sheeple need Truth or forever be .01% fleeced and slaughtered. Therefore, we speak.

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“Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.”  ~ Matthew 7:6
scholar:  1. a learned or erudite person, especially one who has profound knowledge of a particular subject.
Word Origin and History for erudite: early 15c., from Latin eruditus , past participle of erudire "to educate, teach, instruct, polish," literally "to bring out of the rough," from ex- "out" + rudis "unskilled, rough, unlearned" (see rude).
profound: penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge… originating in or penetrating to the depths of one's being…being or going far beneath what is superficial, external, or obvious.“I know the American People are much attached to their Government;–I know they would suffer much for its sake;–I know they would endure evils long and patiently, before they would ever think of exchanging it for another. Yet, notwith…