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Sep
20
2013

Inconvenient History Annuals available for purchase

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By History Behind Bars-

Inconvenient History Annuals

London’s Big Ben behind barbed wire, as if time itself were imprisoned.

Inconvenient History is an on-line quarterly journal dedicated to the free investigation of historical matters of the 20th and 21st centuries.  Providing our journal for free to readers via the Web helps us to expose myths and falsehoods of our recent history to the greatest number of people.

For those who prefer to own hardcopies of our journal, or to simply support Inconvenient History financially, we offer softbound annual editions for sale.  We now have four annual volumes available starting with Volume 1 which collects all of our issues from 2009 up to Volume 4 from 2012.  Each volume is a virtual encyclopedia of myth-busting articles, commentary and reviews.

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Sep
17
2013

The Syrian issue and its implications

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By  Wilfried Heink-

CIA Map of Syria

CIA Map of Syria

Looking at the events as they unfolded regarding Syria, one wonders what this is really all about.

The “No” vote by the British Parliament is viewed as a return to law and order, “The people have spoken.” Obama then backtracked with Putin finally offering him a way out. All of this looks good, some are celebrating, claiming that the forces of evil are in retreat. Unlikely, the “New World Order Project” is still alive and well, this may have been planned or was just a glitch along the way. The concept of a One World Government is centuries old, Freemasonry tried to make wars impossible by supporting the idea of a world without nation states, i.e., a One World.

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Written by Wilfried Heink in: World War I | Tags: