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Forrestal receives a medal from President Truman
He opposed the creation of the state of Israel.
His ruthless murder was covered up by the Zionist-controlled press. Thankfully, people like retired economist David Martin are still on the case.
A reminder that the real history of the modern world is the subversion of civilization by a satanic cult made up of Cabalist Jews and Freemasons.
By virtue of their control of banking, success is contingent on dedication to world government tyranny and betrayal of the values we hold dear.
For eye opening details, be sure to read Dan’s comment below this article. by David MartinNew Forrestal Document Exposes Cover Uphenrymakow.comPresident Truman relieved James Forrestal of his position in late March of 1949. Within a few days he was committed, apparently against his will, to Bethesda Naval Hospital suffering from “exhaustion.”
In spite of the invaluable service he had rendered to the country during World War II, first as Under Secretary of the Navy and then Secretary of the Navy, he had in 1948 and early 1949 been the subject of an unprecedented press vilification campaign, led by powerful [Jewish] columnists Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell.
At around 1:45 am, May 22, some seven weeks after his admission to the hospital, Forrestal plunged from a 16th floor window of the hospital to his death.
A belt or cord, said to be from his dressing gown, was tied tightly around his neck.On May 23, a review board was appointed by Admiral Morton D………
THE ONE AND ONLY SHOT IN THE @$$ FOR AMERICA’s STOCKHOLM SYNDROME !!!!!
Fire Chief Craig Bronaugh disciplined four firefighters in Maywood, Illinois, after they refused to remove American flags from their lockers and helmetsFire Chief Craig Bronaugh disciplined four firefighters in Maywood, Illinois, after they refused to remove patriotic decals from their lockers and helmets
A controversy that involves a new flag for a firehouse in Chicago, patriotic stickers on lockers and even the First Amendment has erupted, and officials now are trying to calm down the situation by saying several firefighters who had been sent home may return to work.
The situation, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune, disturbed operations at the suburban Maywood fire department.Its chief, Craig Bronaugh Jr., told the newspaper that four firefighters who had been removed from their duties and sent home actually may return.
Firefighters Ordered to Get Rid of Their Patriotic Decals. They Refused. Then the Hammer Came Down. | Video | TheBlaze.com
“My dad was a fireman for 26 years in Maywood,” just west of Chicago, Flowers told WFLD-TV. “I took over his locker. And on the outside of his locker I have a Marine Corps decal … it’s been there for well over 30 years.”
LDS missionaries install illegal flagpole on top of Mount Olympus… “Hikers discovered the flagpole with a U.S. Flag and an autographed mission T-shirt on Forest Service lands and alerted rangers.”
KSL.com [owned by Lds Church] ^ | June 26, 2014 | Maddy RichardsPosted on 6/27/2014, 9:59:10 AM by ColofornianSALT LAKE CITY —
Eight LDS missionaries serving in the Salt Lake City East Mission and their leaders are working with the Forest Service to remove a flagpole that the missionaries cemented to the top of Mount Olympus earlier this week.
Hikers discovered the flagpole with a U.S. Flag and an autographed mission T-shirt on Forest Service lands and alerted rangers. The Forest Service confirmed that posting the flagpole was indeed breaking the law.“You would need to get a permit to put up a flagpole.
In wilderness it wouldn’t be allowed at all,” said Kathy Jo Pollock of Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.Jessica Moody, a spokeswoman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said the missionaries were responsible for the placement of the flagpole, and that Salt Lake City East Mission is “looking into this and will address it appropriately.”
The American Flag Daily ^ | February 19, 2014 | FlagBearer
Posted on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 7:41:44 AM by Master Zinja
On this day in 1945, the five-week-long battle of Iwo Jima began with the invasion of the island by the United States Marine Corps. This would be one of the bloodier battles in the Pacific theater, with more than 6,800 Americans dying and over 19,000 wounded. In their honor, we raise the Corps flag on the anniversary of the first day of battle.
The Daily Caller ^ | 2-4-14 | Rachel Stoltzfoos
Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2014 9:55:00 PM by afraidfortherepublic
The town of Campbell, Wis., is facing a federal lawsuit challenging ordinance 9.12, which bans the display of banners or flags on or near the town’s pedestrian overpass.