forbidden history: the struggle for truth in history

One myth of our times is that official history is – or even can be – objective and true.  Inconvenient facts are routinely suppressed, trivialized or ignored in official histories.  So much of what passes for “history” is propaganda, even crude propaganda.  The late Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes told his students and readers of the need for bringing history into accord with the facts.  That is the purpose of true historical revisionism: to make historiography objective, factual and true.  We must critically examine what currently is claimed as history to verify its veracity or lack thereof.

In this essay, we offer a number of links to well researched and thought provoking articles on some hot button historical issues.  The reader can choose what to read and what not to read.  As well, each individual will have to decide for him or herself what is the truth.  A discussion about whether humans can recognize truth is a matter for the philosopher (and perhaps for the behavioral social scientist) and not the historian.  We merely present the links and encourage the reader to read them.




Reader discretion is advised for these linked articles.  Your long-held beliefs and assumptions may be seriously challenged, and that may be disturbing for you.

Prior to the outbreak of World War II, no less a thinker than Bertrand Russell felt the Germans ought to be left to chart their own course.

A first person account of life in Hitler’s Germany by a German citizen.

Powerful interests were working against Hitler and the German people as early as March, 1933.

World Jewish Congress Declared War on Germany

Outrages committed against ethnic German civilians prior to, during, and after the war are ignored or trivialized by mainstream or official history.  James Bacque wrote 2 good books on these crimes:  Crimes and Mercies, and Other Losses (which treats the Allied program of starvation of surrendered German POWs in 1945 and 1946).  Here we offer a link to a short item about murders of ethnic Germans in Poland in 1939 prior to and after 1 September.

For some readers, this next post will be a shock.  Jews committed crimes, terrible murderous crimes.  Those who know of the Bela Kun regime in Hungary in 1919 and the many horrific crimes of the Bolsheviks in Russia will not be surprised by this next link.  It is not very surprising that the peoples of the Baltic states looked upon the invading Germans in 1941 as their liberators.

Warning: there are very graphic black and white images of murder victims in this lengthy article.

The Allied war crime atrocity of Dresden is discussed in this next link.  Ironically, those who sat in judgment at Nuremberg were themselves guilty of heinous war crimes (as defined by the Allied indictments at Nuremberg).  Also, A. C. Grayling wrote a good book some years back, Among the Dead Cities, that treats the Allied terror bombing campaign against Germany and Japan.

The Dresden Holocaust – The Impartial Truth

The human side of Wehrmacht soldiers is shown here:

Love is..

The following 3 links are to articles on the holocaust.  It is currently illegal to question the official holocaust story in many European countries.  Several months back (on this blog) we questioned why questioning the official story is tabu.  Free and open inquiry in pursuit of the truth ought not be banned.  (And, please do not bother me with the bogus assertion that pursuing open inquiry as to the truth or lack thereof of the official holocaust story makes one by default an “anti-Semite”.)

This next article proposes the reasons for the invention and the propagation throughout the world of the official holocaust story.

This final linked article (of extreme length) addresses the long standing motif of Jewish persecution (going back centuries).

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  1. Reblogged this on HIDDEN IN PLAIN SITE and commented:
    The jews think they always control the narrative of history; this post proves that they not only don’t but can’t, hence laws against questioning the holocaust. Jews have had removed several important books point out the truth of WW 2, including some of Mike King’s, like The Bad War. As they grip and strangle what freedoms we still have, it’s important to get this information out to everyone, especially those who still see the jews as helpless victims. My thanks to Larry for posting this. Please pass it on.

  2. Wait for my next two article: the first about Terribly Bad Popes and how much they were corrupt;
    the second it will take sometime because it is still brewing but it is the the Turkic origin of Rome and Romans long before the Huns, and why Italians became Romans.
    And even Germans might had been raided and enslaved by Turkic in the 1st millennium BC.

  3. The Rule of the Harlots: John VIII was Pope from 872 until his assassination in 882. He devoted much of his papacy attempting to halt and reverse the Turks gains in southern Italy and their march northwards. He was poisoned and then clubbed to death.
    Saeculum obscurum (Latin: the Dark Age), or the Rule of the Harlots, or Prostitute Rule, also called Pornocracy (German: Pornokratie Rule; Greek pornokratiā) is a name given to a period in the history of the Papacy, beginning with the installation of Pope Sergius III in 904 (after the rule of Arnulf of Carinthia as Holy Roman Emperor (896-899)).
    Pope Sergius III was partner of Theodora, the beautiful wife of Roman consul Theophylactus, who used sex to wield power. Theodora’s 15-year-old daughter Morazia became the concubine of Pope Sergius III. Their son later became Pope John XI – the only illegitimate son of a Pope that later became Pope himself.
    Scholars have dated the period more broadly or narrowly. Historian Will Durant refers to the period from 867 to 1049 as the “nadir of the papacy.” During this period, the Popes were influenced strongly by a powerful and corrupt groups and their bandits. German rules tried to save Rome and Christianity and Europe from Turkic Jews but they failed and Germany became vassal to corrupted Rome.

    1. Interesting. At the Second Lateran Council in 1141, priests were forbidden from marrying. Perhaps, it would be better for priests to marry and not have these concubines.

  4. Godspeed. It’s one of those questions that takes a very specific person to tackle.

    I remember my own “Awakening” as we called it prior to 2015. It was a hard pill to swallow, realising that 2/3rds of my childhood “education” was an abject farce.

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