Monday, December 7, 2020

More Things the Media "Forgot" to Mention

 Did you know that a known Communist organization was the predecessor of Students for a Democratic Society? Funny how that just "Happened" to not be in the Official Story?

If you don't have the extension that re-directs your Wikipedia searches to Infogalactic, get it. You can go here, and look at the sidebar for the link. It's available for Chrome/Chromium, Brave, and Firefox browsers. It takes a lot of the bias out of your encyclopedia searches.

The news media has a lot to apologize for, when the People finally re-take the Republic. That's assuming that we will be satisfied with lame apologies. And, while we're at it, let's de-credential most of the historians, and their allies, the Social Studies departments, both university level and K-12.

It's going to take a while to re-write the history books, focusing on actual events and the stories behind them. If you know any good history texts for middle school/high school level, put the information in the comments:

  • Name
  • Author(s)
  • Publisher/ISBN
  • Date of publication
I'd like to start making a list for homeschoolers/book buying committees to select from.

1 comment:

John in Indy said...

European history:
A Distant Mirror,
Barbara Tuchman
ISBN # 879-0-345-34957-6
Originally Pub. A. Knopf
John in Indy

American pre-CW I,
A Journey Through the Seaboard Slave States,
Frederick Law Olmstead (architect of Central Park, etc)
ISBN # 9781341309496

John Sage