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July 01, 2019 Blessings and Peace to all Law Enforcement officers. Tampering with websites and writings persists. I need perfect support. May God’s Holy Spirit help us.
We are in a news and information emergency. News in the public record has been tampered with by terrorists. New information complete with back stories were entered into the public record. What has happened is called a news and information conspiracy. This conspiracy wages psychological warfare on the general public about the past as much as the present. Terrorists who are part of this are being brought to justice daily. God’s justice in times when we have betrayed ourselves should not be taken for granted thinking everything is going return back to a state of white supremacy terror. We should always consider the needs of greater society and the need for peace.
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July 1, 1968 – The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons was signed in Washington, Moscow and London and opened for signature by the other nations of the world.
July 1, 1968 – While a russian communist supported military is killing americans and vietamese an American airplane and its crew of 214 U.S. Army soldiers was forced to land at an airfield in the Soviet Union after being intercepted in Soviet airspace by two MiG-17 jet fighters. Seaboard World Airlines Flight 253A, a Douglas DC-8 chartered by the Army had been enroute to South Vietnam when it was ordered to land, and was escorted to an airfield at Burevestnik in the Kurile Islands. The Americans would be detained for two days. After the United States apologized to the Soviet Union for allowing its aircraft to stray into Soviet airspace, the American DC-8 was allowed to leave on July 3 and arrived at the Yokota Air Base in Japan four hours later. Americans soldiers and vietnamese continuing to die in the war against white supremacy communist aggression.
July 1, 1968 – Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 714 was hijacked to Cuba by a passenger.
July 1, 1968 – Japan’s new postal code system is launched at Tokyo’s Central Post Office.
July 1, 1968 – The Chicago Great Western Railway was merged with the Chicago and North Western Railway.
July 2, 1968 – Stricken for its intent.
Frank Milton, the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of London’s Bow Street Magistrates’ Court, ordered that accused American assassin James Earl Ray be extradited back to the United States to face charges for the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. Extradition had been sought both by the state of Tennessee, for King’s April 4 murder, and by Missourifor Ray’s escape from prison in 1967. Milton told Ray directly that the ruling would not take effect until July 17 and that Ray had a right to apply for a writ of habeas corpus.
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Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on journalism: James Earl Ray a white supremacy killer, White supremacy escape goats. Other tags: The London connection to the death of Martin Luther King Jr. , International Freemason secret societies, Conspiracy of lies news
July 2, 1968 – As white supremacy created poverty around the world, The 18th Berlin International Film Festival ended. The main prize was awarded to the Swedish film Ole dole doff?, directed by Jan Troell. Today’s international criminal conspiracy did not stop to enjoy the Festival at Berlin as femicide, serial illings and child abudctions continued.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The 18th Berlin International Film Festival
July 3, 1968 – 80,000 people were killed in Guangxi during a period known in Communist China as the Cultural Revolution.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death in China
July 3, 1968 – Six people and eight racehorses were killed at London Heathrow Airport. The cover story is not remitted today for consideration.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death at Heathrow Airport.
July 5, 1968 – Two members of a USO-sponsored pop music band were killed in Vietnam,
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Vietnam: The war against communist aggression.
July 5, 1968 – Obituaries:
Died: Stricken for its intent:
Hermann-Bernhard Ramcke, 79, A White supremacy Nazi General, commander of paratroopers during World War II, convicted war criminal, and right-wing advocate after the war.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Tactical Journalism to give importance to white supremacists war criminals.
July 6, 1968 Stricken for its intent –
The FBI sent a memorandum to its field offices outlining 11 approved COINTELPRO (COunter INTELligence PROgram) practices for disrupting American anti-government organizations collectively described as the “New Left”. The ideas ranged from sending anonymous information and misinformation to the local press and the families of organization leaders, to instigating personal conflicts among group leaders, to more extreme measures such as to “create the impression that leaders are ‘informants for the Bureau or other law enforcement agencies” and to “have members arrested on marijuana charges.”
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Tactical Journalism and assaults in the public recorded directed at americans.
July 6, 1968 – Billie Jean King of the United States defeated Australian Judy Tegart 9–7, 7–5, to win the Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles tennis competition. She became the first tennis player (since Maureen Connolly in 1954) to win three singles crowns in a row.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Sports during times of crises.
July 7, 1968 Elections were held for Japan’s House of Councillors, the upper house of the Diet, Japan’s parliament. As in the lower house, the Liberal Democratic Party won a plurality of the vote, sufficient for 137 of the 250 seats. The Japan Socialist Party was in second place, with 65 seats. Doing everything they can to appease the powers that be Japan still suffers from white supremacy penetrations into their government.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The Faces of Democracy – Japan:
July 7, 1968 – Stricken for its intent:
The Communist Party USA nominated a presidential candidate for the first time since Earl Browder ran in 1940, choosing 38-year-old Charlene Mitchell as the first African-American woman to run for President of the United States, concluding its four day convention at the Diplomat Hotel in Harlem. Her running mate, Michael Zagarell was a 23-year-old white man from Brooklyn, younger than the constitutionally required age of 35. The Mitchell and Zagarell ticket, on the ballot only in New York, would receive only 1,077 of the 73,199,999 votes cast (0.00147131149%) in the election in November.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Journalistic assaults on the United States of America
July 7, 1968 – The Yardbirds played their final concert, as the British R&B group finished its run at the Luton College of Technology in Bedfordshire.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Music of the 60s, The Yardbirds, R&B
July 7, 1968 – Twenty-six people were killed just outside the town of Natagaima in Colombia. The cover story has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death in Columbia
July 7, 1968 Today in history American musician and composer described as “Dean of American Church Music”; Leo Sowerby died at age 73. Sowerby won a Pulitzer Prize in 1946 for his cantata, Canticle of the Sun
July 8, 1968 Thirty-one Egyptian civilians were killed in the El Arbaeen section of the city of Suez.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death in Engypt.
July 8, 1968 The U.S. Navy’s last flight of the P-5 Marlin flying boat lifted off today from San Diego Bay to flew to its new resting place at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.
Classified as: Maritime & Flight Museum, Smithsonian: U.S, Navy P-5 Marlin
July 8, 1968 A powerful solar flare is believed to have knocked out short wave radio communications on all sunlit portions of the earth, starting at 1803 UTC.
Classified as: The effects of the sun on radio waves.
July 8, 1968 Stricken for its intent, lack of conscience and unnacceptable writing.
The CIA reported to US President Lyndon Johnson that according to reconnaissance phographs that with US bombing no longer an issue Haiphong, North Vietnam’s biggest port was doing a roaring trade as military cargo from the Soviet Union and Communist China rolled in at record levels.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Business & Death
July 9, 1968 – Today in the war against communism and communist white supremacy and aggression the United States Marines had claimed victory in South Vietnam’s Quang Tri Province over Soviet armed and sponsored communist troops from Noth Vietnam.
July 9, 1968 – The 25th Heart transplant, was performed the Institute of Further Education of Physicians and Pharmacists in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak region of Czechoslovakia. As doctors worked to save lives. Politicians worked to end them caring only for theit communist and socialists white supremacy secet society activities while pretending to care for the world.
July 9, 1968 – 11 people were killed on board a Saudi Arabia Airline. The cover story has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death in Saudi Arabia
July 10, 1968 President Charles de Gaulle of France is mentioned today in history.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The Faces of Democracy – France
July 10, 1968 – Stricken for its intent:
Gunmen assassinated the Governor of the Philippines’ Tarlac Province in front of 100 witnesses as he was walking back to his office in Tarlac City. Minutes earlier, Nicolas Feliciano and his pilot, Captain Cenen Tumbaga (who was also killed), had returned to the provincial capital after a flight from Manila.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Journalistic assault: The Phillinnines
July 10, 1968 – In the United Kingdom, the 135-year-old National Provincial Bank and the 134-year-old Westminster Bank completed their merger to become National Westminster Bank, which operates under the trade name NatWest.
Classified as: Banking, International Finance, National Westminister Bank, National Provincial Bank
July 11, 1968 – The Board of Trustees of Vassar College, one of the leading higher education institutions for women in the United States, voted to become fully coeducational and to admit its first male students, beginning with the 1969 spring semester.
Tags: Vassar College, Williams College, Gender Education, Gender conspiracies in education Myth or Illusion?
Special Classification: Social Studies: America in the conext of male conspiracies againts women.
July 11, 1968 – The latest Gallup poll figures were released, showing that voters would prefer Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey over Republican Richard M. Nixon for the U.S. presidency by a 46% to 35% margin, but that if Nelson A. Rockefeller were the Republican nominee, the voters were event divided, 36% to 36% (with another 21% preferring independent candidate George C. Wallace. A Gallup survey of a separate group of adults showed that if Eugene McCarthy was the Democrat nominee, he would have a 39% to 36% lead over Nixon and a 37% to 35% lead over Rockefeller.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The Faces of Democracy – The United States
July 12, 1968 : The attempted hijacking of Delta Air Lines Flight 977 was foiled by members of the crew.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The faces of Terrorism: Delta Air Lines Flight 977
July 13, 1968: Gary Player of South Africa won the British Open golf tournament, held at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. With 289 strokes for 72 holes, Player finished two strokes ahead of both the Golden Bear Jack Nicklaus of the United States and Bob Charles of New Zealand.
Classified as: The British Open Championship 1968, Gary Player
July 13, 1968 – Lagos Airport, Nigeria: Seven people were killed on a Boeing 707 – The cover story has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The faces of Terrorism: Accidents or Sabotage?
July 13, 1968 – Martha Vasconcellos, appearing as “Miss Brazil”, won the 17th Miss Universe beauty pageant, held in Miami.
Classified as: 17th Miss Universe beauty pageant, Martha Vasconcellos
July 14, 1968 – LeeRoy Yarbrough won the 1968 Northern 300 NASCAR motor race, held at Trenton Speedway.
Classified as: 1968 Northern 300 NASCAR motor race,
July 14, 1968 – Two spectators were killed at the Berlin Raceway. This article has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: When fans die in sporting events.
July 14, 1968 – The Great Passion Play, which describes itself as “the largest outdoor drama in the United States” (based on total attendance each season), was first performed. Held in Eureka Springs, Arkansas at a 4,100 seat amphitheater at the base of the Christ of the Ozarks statue.
Classified as: Social Studies: Life in America: Eureka Springs, Arkansas; Christ of the Ozarks: The Great Passion Play
July 15, 1968: One Life to Live is introduced to Americans on the ABC television network.
Classified as: Social Studies: Life in America: Soap Operas – One life to live, The ABC Television network
July 15, 1968 – The Women’s Social Services Law took effect in Iran, directing that all women between the age of 18 and 25, and who had graduated from high school, could be called military service in order for 18 months service in rural areas or poor urban neighborhoods. For women under the age of 30 who had a degree beyond high school, the military service was obligatory.
Classified as: Social Studies: Women in Iran: The effects of white supremacy on Iran;
July 17, 1968 – In Iraq the July 17 Revolution took place. Communist white supremacy paramiltaries looking for a way cause more problems for Iraq.
Classified as: Social Studies: July 17 Revolution: The effects of white supremacy on Iraq:
July 17, 1968 – National Airlines Flight 1064 from Los Angeles to New Orleans is hijacked by a passenger holding a hand grenade and who diverted the flight to Cuba.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Airline terrorism: The effects of white supremacy and communism on the general public: Drone program: National Airlines Flight 1064
July 17, 1968 – The movie Yellow Submarine premieres at the London Pavilion.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: Psychadelics: Film – Yellow Submarine
July 18, 1968 In Mountain View, California. the D.B.A of a new technology company named “N M Electronics, Inc.” is established.
This story has been marked and shelved.
July 18, 1968 At 5:00 in the morning Eastern Time, mail delivery ceased in Canada. Canada Post workers walked out on strike. Canadian businesses, located in cities near the United States border, compensated by renting boxes in U.S. post offices for their deliveries.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: Labor and Strikes during the 60s & 70s
July 18, 1968 – Czechoslovakia’s Prime Minister Alexander Dubcek is mentioned today in history. This story has been shelved.
July 18, 1968 – In Philadelphia, a spokesmen for the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) and the Humble Oil and Refining Company announced the discovery of the Prudhoe Bay Oil Fieldbeneath the Alaska North Slope.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Economic Disparity: Classified news: the Humble Oil and Refining Company;
July 19, 1968 Major James Frederick Low, Captain Joe Victor Carpenter, and Major Fred Thompson — United States Air Force pilots are mentioned today in history
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: The Vietnam War.
July 19, 1968 All 44 crewmen on the burning Philippine freighter SS Magsaysay were rescued by South Korean patrol boats, more than four hours after the ship sent a distress call. The 7,000 ton Magsaysay had been transporting lumber to the South Korean port of Inchon when the cargo caught fire near Daehuksando Island. Terrorism is suspected,
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: the Vietnam War: Sabotage and Terrorism: Philippine freighter SS Magsaysay
July 20, 1968 The first Special Olympics games were held, as 1,000 developmentally disabled American and Canadian children, between the ages of 8 and 18, competed during the one-day event at Soldier Field in Chicago. This very loving and caring heartfilled event was organized by Eunice Kennedy Shriver and would be celebrated 40 years later as “one of the most prominent and celebrated sporting programs in the entire world”, with programs that were serving 2,500,000 athletes worldwide by 2008.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: The mission of caring for the disabled.
July 21, 1968 – Chairman Mao Zedong issued a decree creating Workers’ Universities
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Communism and the Worker’s Party: Mao Zedong & Education.
July 21, 1968 – Jan Janssen of the Netherlands won the 1968 Tour de France.
Classified as: 1968 Tour de France:
July 21, 1968 – American golfer Julius Boros won the 1968 PGA Championship, held at Pecan Valley Golf Club in San Antonio, Texas.
Classified as: 1968 PGA Championship
July 21, 1968 – 14 people were killed on board an Aeroflot Antonov An-2. The cover story has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Aviation & Death
July 21, 1968 –Today in history Ruth St. Denis, 89, American pioneer of modern dance and co-founder (with Ted Shawn) of the Denishawn school passes away, She is survived by her extended family.
July 22, 1968 El Al Flight 426. The Hijackers gained access in London. No Palestinian citizens were hurt. The cover story is shelved as it draws hatred towards Palestinians & Muslims when white supremacy remains the far the greater problem in the world.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Aviation & Death
July 22, 1968 – Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN)), the Isaac Ochoterena Preparatory School, The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)) are mentioned today in history and remembered on more positive terms.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: Students in Mexico
July 22, 1968 – Soviet Union withdrew its remaining troops from Czechoslovakia more than three weeks after the originally scheduled end of the Warsaw Pact military exercises.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Conspiracy news: Soviet Union occupation of Czechoslovakia
July 22, 1968 – Mail will be delivered to residences only four days per week beginning in December. A Congressional mandate to reduce the number of postal workers is believed to be responsible.
Classified as: U.S. Postal Service: Congress, the Budget and Mail
July 23, 1968 In the Glenview, Ohio city near the corner of East 105th Street and Superior Avenue, Ten people are killed. Information for this entry was not written well and is very racists and will not be shared in today’s forum.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on society and in the news.
July 24, 1968 A group of 7,000 people demonstrated outside of the headquarters of the Communist Party of the Georgian SSR in Tbilisi and demanded a meeting with the Soviet leadership
July 24, 1968 In Algiers, El Al Flight 426 is hijacked. The terrorist focus on Israeli passengers ,
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Meeting the goals of white supremacy through terrorism. El Al Flight 426
July 25, 1968 Pope Paul VI signed the papal encyclical Humanae vitae, which would be described as “the careful and prudent reflection of the pontiff upon the report of the papal commission”
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The Catholic Chuch. Pope Paul VI, The papal encyclical Humanae vitae
July 25, 1968 The new Cathedral of Saint Mark, the seat of the Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, was dedicated in Cairo the day after the arrival of relics of Saint Mark that had been given by the Roman Catholic Church to a delegation.
Commertary by Jose Maria Chavira M.S. The institution of bones inside the Catholic Church as relics or otherwise of men and women long since dead remains constroversial. The Insitution of bones & relics or skulls and bones has nothing to do with Catholicsm or the Nicene Creed. The Insitution of bones & relics or skulls and bones has nothing to with basic Christiany. In the resurrection of the dead, new bodies are given so the souls of dearly departed can enter in their new life and so preserving their bones only reinforces problems in society without regards to secret society activity. In the old days, Osturaries were places where people kept the bones of their dearly departed because of misguided thinking about ressurection of the dead. People thought that God would need the skeleton to resurrect the soul. In the resurrection of any soul, it is new birth. In right resurrection teaching, the life that is to come is the new life or as they said in egypt, the afterlife or the life after the one you live now. For years people misunderstood the afterlife to be heaven, but not in Egypt. In ancient Egypt in wher a common existed a person was buried with a plate and utinsels so they could eat and basic practical things they might need in their next life. It was an effectionate gesture for the most part.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The Catholic Chuch. Skull & Bones: The new Cathedral of Saint Mark, the seat of the Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, The relics of Saint Mark
July 25, 1968 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States is today remebered affectionaly. Their entry, though old, is sheveled, It became another target of today’s news and information terrorists, the same who do not want to stop the Donald Trump news conspiracy.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: New Tampering with old FCC News: Journalism and the effects of white supremacy terror on world news.
July 26, 1968 The theater’s are open! The theaters are open! …no wait… Today The United Kingdom’s Theatres Act 1968, subtitled “An Act to abolish censorship of the theatre and to amend the law in respect of theatres and theatrical performances”, received Royal Assent after approval by both Houses of Parliamen. The theaters are not open. With recurrent problems in society with secret society men and their sexual predilictions for young men and disdain for women, abolishing censorship might produce stage works that could only be described as abominable.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Towards greater acts of immorality. Abolishing censorship vs the Morality of Censorship.
July 26, 1968 As unspeakable crimes continue to be committed by men of secret societies, a problem not address sufficiently by Parliament, the United Kingdom announced its plans for conversion to the metric system by the end of the year 1975, as Minister of Technology Anthony Wedgwood Benn told the House of Commons that the government had accepted the recommendations of the House’s Standing Joint Committee on Metrication. Meanwhile the fraternal order of international freemason knights wizards orders continue in their suit and tie parties and secret meetings where children are sacrificed to Moloch and debauchery reigns.
July 27, 1968 – Today in China by order of China’s Communist Party leader Mao Zedong, “worker-propaganda teams” were dispatched to Beijing’s Tsinghua University to direct the reform of university education.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Communist China: Mao Zedong: Worker’s propaganda:
July 28, 1968 The American Indian movement, an advocacy group for the interests of more than 800,000 Native Americans in the United States, was founded in Minneapolis by Dennis Banks, Clyde Bellecourt and George Mitchell and other members of the Chippewa (Ojibwe) tribe, initially to protest the police brutality against the Native American minority in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on Native Americans-
July 28, 1968 China’s Chairman Mao Zedong begins the process of phasing out the Red Guards and the bringing to an end of the most violent part of the Cultural Revolution which killed hundreds of thousands of Chinese.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on China
July 28, 1968 – As communist socialist white supremacy continue to keep pressure on central europe, Pravda, the official publication of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, printed an editorial signaling an unofficial Soviet warning to Czechoslovakia. “The Communists and working people of Czechoslovakia have been warned by their class brothers,” a party spokesman wrote on the eve of the meeting between the leaders of the two nations, and declared that “Our entire party and people attach great importance to this meeting… time is running out.” Afterwards more white supremacy communist killings and occult child abductions continued.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on Czechoslovakia: The unwanted Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia.
July 28, 1968 –10 people were killed on board A United States Air Force C-124C Globemaster II. Terrorism and sabotage is suspected. The cover story has been shelved.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Aviation & Death.
July 28, 1968 – With justice for common people in need of much help, today, England’s Court of Appeal upheld a ruling against a judgment of the previous year which had found Hubert Selby, Jr.’s novel Last Exit to Brooklyn to be a violation of the Obscene Publications Act. Writer John Mortimer, QC, appeared for the defense. Little or nothing was said about the obscene secret society behavior of men in politics and government who might have influenced the outcome of this case.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Legislation & Hypcrisy
July 29, 1968 Pope Paul VI issued the papal encyclical Humanae vitae, subtitled On the Regulation of Birth, reaffirming the position of the Roman Catholic Church on birth control, and effectively prohibiting all forms of contraception other than sexual abstinence. German Catholic theologian Bernhard Häring would later write that “No papal teaching document has ever caused such an earthquake in the church as the encyclical Humanae vitae” and another author would note that dissent toward the encyclical “precipitated a crisis of authority of unprecedented proportions within the Catholic Church”. Humanae Vitae had been completed four days earlier, on July 25, a date sometimes reported as the date of release.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Birth Control in the Catholic Church 1968 .
July 29, 1968 Eighty-seven people were killed in Costa Rica. The cover story has been shelved and will not be used.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Death in Costa Rica
July 29, 1968 At the village of Čierna nad Tisou, located in southeastern Czechoslovakia near its borders with the Soviet Union’s Ukrainian SSR and with Hungary, Czechoslovakian Communist leader Alexander Dubcek began four days of meetings with Soviet Communist leader Leonid Brezhnev in an effort to avoid a war between the Communist nations of Eastern Europe. The delegations that met at the railway station in Čierna nad Tisou included Prime Minister Oldřich Černík and National Assembly leader Josef Smrkovskýto accompany Dubcek, and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin and Communist Party Second Secretary Mikhail Suslov arriving with Brezhnev.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: Communism and white supremacy vs Czechoslovakia.
July 30, 1968 Just 13 days after leading the Ba’ath Party coup that installed him as President of Iraq, Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr consolidated his power by eliminating his Ba’ath Party rivals who had assisted him, including Prime Minister Abd ar-Razzaq an-Naif, who had been installed on July 17. Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti, a 31-year-old civilian and al-Bakr’s chief adviser, led the reorganizational coup and had al-Naif arrested and forced his resignation. Colonel Abd al-Rahman al-Dawud, who had also assisted al-Bakr in the July 17 coup, had been on a diplomatic mission to neighboring Jordan, and agreed not to return to Iraq.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The effects of white supremacy on Iraq
July 30, 1968 Thames Television went on the air for the first time, broadcasting to London and the surrounding area of the UK.
Classified as: Social Studies: Sociology: Thames: Television in the U.K.
July 30, 1968 The passenger train service on the Grand Canyon Railway is today affectionaly remembered. The story has been shelved due to current problems with white supremacy terrorism
July 31, 1968 The popular British situation comedy Dad’s Army, based on life in World War II for members of the Local Defence Volunteers (the Home Guard), premiered on BBC1 as a six-part miniseries. It would prove so successful that it would run for nine years, with 80 episodes.
July 31, 1968 Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz added an African-American character, “Franklin”, to his popular Peanuts comic strip. Schulz made the decision after receiving a letter three months earlier from Mrs. Harriet Glickman, a housewife and mother of three children from Sherman Oaks, California.
Today’s news – information and media conspiracy contain millions of crimes that are recorded as evidence and catalogued each day. These crimes are visible in the public record and spread across major news networks. Daily millions of new charges are added to the group in conspiracy.
Tampering with websites and writings on the Internet persists. Make sure to check your writings various times even after you update.
Communist socialist white supremacy and people of the occult are who control today’s news – information and media conspiracy. God’s Holy Spirit is helping us to bring them to justice. Justice is a daily affair and quite extensive.
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