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This Day in the Secret History: October 20, 2014

SECRET HISTORY: Originally, secret histories were designed as non-fictional, revealing or claiming to reveal the truth behind the “spin”: one such example is the… 615 more words

Conspiracies

Reparation Debate Lost in Logic: Part 2

by Lipton Matthews

IN October I wrote Part 1 to Reparations Debate Lost in Logic. Here is Part 2:

Many may not realize it, but those who argue for reparations are fighting a losing battle. 672 more words

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THIS DAY IN THE YESTERYEAR: JOMO KENYATTA SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS HARD LABOR (1953)

Jomo Kenyatta Sentenced to Seven Years Hard Labor (1953)

Kenyatta was an African political leader and the first president of an independent Kenya. His activities were integral to the effort to liberate Kenya from… 95 more words

The Cultural Divisions, Identity Issues, and Imagery of Derek Walcott

Nobel Laureate poet Derek Walcott was born in St. Lucia in 1930. His father and mother are half West Indian and half British making Walcott of mixed racial heritage. 1,507 more words

What archives? UK ordered destruction of ‘embarrassing’ colonial papers

RT | November 30, 2013

Britain systematically destroyed documents in colonies that were about to gain independence, declassified Foreign Office files reveal. ‘Operation Legacy’ saw sensitive documents secretly burnt or dumped to cover up traces of British activities.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

The Case Against Reparations for the Caribbean- Part 1

by Cato Rand

Historically, slavery was not illegal and even more than that, it was a culturally accepted practice in many societies. Certainly in wide swathes of Africa slavery was widely accepted. 639 more words

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