Important dates in history

Today, April 19, is the anniversary of the 1993 Waco Massacre, followed two years later to the day by the Oklahoma City bombing, both highly suspicious, OKC appearing to be false flag. Neither event has been adequately investigated except by independent researchers. No public officials have been held accountable.

Tomorrow, April 20, is the anniversary of the 1914 Ludlow Massacre, when National Guard troops under control of John D. Rockefeller opened machine gun fire on a striking miner camp here in Colorado, killing 33 men, women and children alike.

April 20 is also the anniversary of the 1917 Balfour Declaration establishing a British Mandate over Palestine and opening the door for Zionists.

The Columbine High School massacre happened on April 20, 1999.

April 20 is also Hitler’s birthday (1889), and mine (1950).

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6 Responses to Important dates in history

  1. Big Swede says:

    The 22nd is also important.

    “The very first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970, amid hysteria about the dangers of a new ice age. The media had been spreading fear of a cooling period since the 1950s, but those alarms grew louder in the 1970s. The first Earth Day was also the hundredth anniversary of Vladimir Lenin’s birthday. While Earth Day activists deny a connection, Lenin himself would mandate days of community service to improve the environment-every year on his birthday. And, both are always April 22.”

    Nope, no connection there.

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    • Big Swede says:

      Paul Kengor’s take.

      “Our more knowledgeable friends on the left will cry foul at my crass connection between Lenin Day and Earth Day. They might note that Lenin was not an environmentalist. True, Lenin was a collectivist. He was also an angry atheist who detested human beings, mowing them down, filling land-fills with them. He did, however, share the penchant for central planning championed by environmentalists. And like environmentalists, more people were a problem for Lenin and his minions. Both environmentalists and Leninists view people as a drain on resources. For environmentalists, too many people consume too much of the earth’s (alleged) limited resources. For Leninists, too many people consume too much of the state’s limited resources. Both see mass collectivism and redistributionism — not to mention government control and seizure of property — as solutions to perceived global problems.”
      Read more at http://spectator.org/articles/55727/happy-earth-day%E2%80%A6-and-lenin-day

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      • Too bad you did not read my response to you over at 4&20 on Zinn et al. I address your climate change attitudes.

        I don’t think you are necessarily wrong, just not studious.

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        • Big Swede says:

          I read Mark, it was totally self serving. Sometimes i wonder if psedu-intellectuals really want to solve problems or just hear themselves talk/write.

          Lengthy diatribes and blog posts are in a way controlling behavior traits. Read every word dammit, and be unwavering in the acceptance of differing opinions. When confronting foes never evaluate what was said but who saying it and then demonize the author with their presumed intelligence or information gathering techniques.

          In reference to Zinn and Co. like you they do have agendas, none of them having confidence in American exceptionalism or its morality. 9-11 is a diversion, a rabbit track not worth traveling and besides it’s followers reside in trailer courts far below the pedigree of learned well read scholars.

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          • You could not have read it, as in it I used evidence and reason, as you described it as “self-serving.” Unless evidence and reason are self-serving, this indicates that you quickly skimmed. If even that.

            I see through you like a cheap slice a Swiss cheese. I am not an “intellectual,” but I am well-read. You are not.

            You base your opinions on authority figures, and are unable to think for yourself. You are faith-based. Your reference to “American exceptionalism and morality” is a tip off. You believe without evidence, the definition of religion.

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