05 May 1968 

Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Filvs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum et Rex Regum et Reginarum La Couronne Mondes Château Versailles Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France. Director of Intelligence INTERPOL 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon, France  nom de plume JC Angelcraft 

Advisory from the Office of the Director at INTERPOL:

Timeline news histories about events in the news usually have many back stories and references to back them up.  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 by communist terrorists and occultists looking to spread their brand of communism and violence against Americans, Mexicans and all countries around the world.   This means that many old news archives that have been digitized in the past are accessed and used by terrorists to restructure our Public news record inside as many news agencies and public areas worldwide to their liking.  Not all information about the past is reliable.

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.

Timeline news histories about events in the news where people are killed in accidents and in other methods is news that may not all be true.   Often cover stories are used for these articles.

The cover story is an old journalistic news style that offers explanations for the massive amount of accidental deaths that exists in the public record that I have immediate access to. Some of this type of information in brief with and without their cover stories are now remanded to be read here.   The public record is filled with many-stories of accidental and tragic death where cover stories are used.

Though there may be legitimate stories of death, people often fail to observe insurance fraud and sabotage by terrorists and paramilitaries as a cause for the deaths of many people in accidents and for the destruction of private property.   We feel there are an abnormal amount of entries in the public record that attempt to cover reports of death by any means.

Death is an important part of white supremacy aggression who targets 75% of the world according their most strictest standards for acceptability into the human race.  They are assisted by people from targeted populations who in exchange for money and power will kill people in their own country to appease the will and demands of white supremacy.

We believe that cover stories together with documents and people and even lawyers working in collusion and conspiracy poorly account for a good amount death begotten by white supremacy and the working of the occult.  In most cases their explanations help the cause of white supremacy who to date has not suffered the prosecution  and judgment that they do today.

In today’s record many entries are reduced in their size and scope to help the reader enjoy news instead of being oppressed by it.

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Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Filvs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum et Rex Regum et Reginarum La Couronne Mondes Château Versailles Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France. Director of Intelligence INTERPOL 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon, France  nom de plume JC Angelcraft 


Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Filvs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum et Rex Regum et Reginarum La Couronne Mondes Château Versailles Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France. Director of Intelligence INTERPOL 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon, France  nom de plume JC Angelcraft 

Today in history May 1, 1968  – World NewsThe Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) was organized on May 1, 1968, to provide a continued economic linkage between the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean. The agreements establishing it came following the dissolution of the West Indies Federation which lasted from 1958 to 1962.  The Caribbean Free Trade Association, was formally created as an agreement between Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, and Trinidad and Tobago.

Barbados–Guyana refers to the current and historical and dependent relationship between Barbados and Guyana

Trinidad and Tobago is also an interdependent system and twin island country that is the southernmost nation of the West Indies in the Caribbean.

Antigua and Barbuda is a country in the West Indies in the Americas lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It consists of two major inter-dependent islands, Antigua and Barbuda, and a number of smaller interdependent islands (including Great Bird, Green, Guiana, Long, Maiden and York Islands and further south, the island of Redonda).

The island of Antigua was explored by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and named for the Church of Santa María La Antigua.

Antigua is Spanish for “ancient” and barbuda is Spanish for “bearded” most likely after the beareded man or men who landed there.  A pious man who believed in the Virgin Mary, Christopher Columbus, named it Santa Maria la Antigua.


May 1, 1968 – London –  The United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force is mentioned today in history. The (RAF) Royal Air Force of the United Kingdom formed towards the end of the first World War.


Today in history May 2, 1968  – Education – Student protests in France led the administrators of the Paris University at Nanterre to temporarily shut down the educational institution. Instead of quelling the demonstrations, the act led to more protests and the calling of riot police by the university.  Communism also seems to be a growing problem for students, teachers, parents and administrators.


Today in history May 2, 1968  –  Vietnam – Staff Sergeant Roy Benavidez rescued 8 men in a combat situation.  Benavidez would receive the Medal of Honor for his heroism.


Today in history May 2, 1968  –  ”Protocol 4”  is stricken from this public record.


Today in history May 3, 1968 – Aviation –  85 persons are killed. The cover story:  Braniff Flight 352 crashed near Dawson, Texas, killing all 85 persons on board. The turboprop Lockheed L-188A Electra took off on a scheduled flight from Houston to Dallas at 4:11 p.m. but flew into a severe thunderstorm 90 miles from its destination and broke up in midair. There were no survivors. Investigations would later reveal that the accident was caused by structural over-stress and failure of the airframe while attempting recovery from loss of control during a steep 180-degree turn executed in an attempt to escape the weather.


Today in History May 3, 1968  – Education – A group of 500 students at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, protested against the closure of Paris University at Nanterre and the proposed expulsion of some students.  Also communism seems to be a growing problem for students, teachers, parents and administrators.

This student protest news is one of series articles that are aggressively cited in the public record. The original entry for this record was tampered with by communists white supremacy and their allies and has been tapered down to present to you today in this forum.   It is believed that the expulsion of a few students is not sufficient to have caused the effects described in the information passed before us.  If the students were disturbing the affairs of other students as well as the educational processes of the school,  their expulsion would be justified.  Naturally terrorists during today’s information conspiracy are not going to give students and the general public all the correct details.  Communist terrorism of the 60s looked to exploit and disrupt society using students and labor groups while pretending to have their best interests.  


Today in history May 3, 1968 – The Vietnam War-  The United States and North Vietnam agreed that their representatives would meet in Paris on May 10 to begin the first discussions on the format for peace talks to end the Vietnam War.


Today in history May 5, 1968  – Vietnam War- The May offensive in Vietnam in the war against communist aggression is mentioned today in history.


Today in history May 5, 1968  – Vietnam War – Having already murdered millions of people to date around the world since its creation, today communist aggression strikes again.  In Saigon, four journalists— three from Australia and one from England— were murdered by white supremacy trained communist guerrillas after their mini-jeep drove into a trap in the city’s Cholon sector. Killed in an execution style were Reuters reporters Ron Lamary of England and Bruce Pigott; Michael Birch of the Australian Associated Press; and John Cantwell, Australian correspondent for Time magazine.


Today in history May 5, 1968  – Aviation  A Grumman Gulfstream II became the first executive jet to cross the Atlantic Ocean raising the eyebrows of the U.S. Military.


Today in history May 6, 1968 – Education –  More riots today in Paris.  In Paris, a group of 20,000 are said to have marched towards the Sorbonne.  The police was ordered to put down this riot.   The rioters created barricades in a military style fashion and showed extreme and aggressive behavior.  The police respond with tear gas to quell the group and arrested as many they could.


 

 Today in history May 6, 1968 – Virginia – 25 Miners are killed.  The Cover Story:  The sudden flooding of a coal mine at Hominy Falls, West Virginia trapped 25 miners underground.  Fifteen were rescued after being trapped for five days.

The original entry and cover story for this record has been reduced down in size to present to you today in this forum. 


Today in history May 6, 1968 – Environment –  A series of explosions at Ensenada, Buenos Aires Province set off a maritime disaster.  The Argentine tanker MV Islas Orcadas exploded, caught fire and sank. Burning oil set two other tankers, MV Fray Luis Beltran and MV Cutral Co, on fire, sinking them as well. Investigations revealed that this disaster was may have been structural sabotage and terrorism.

The original entry and cover story for this record has been reduced down in size to present to you today in this forum. 


Today in history May 7, 1968 – Education, Communism & Aggression –The first of thousands of May 7 Cadre Schools, intended to “re-educate” party members, government bureaucrats, college students and professors, and other professionals with forced labor alongside peasant workers, was opened in Liuhe, a village in the Qing’an County section of China’s  Heilongjiang Province. On October 5, Mao Zedong would publish a directive to require all able-bodied persons to perform agricultural labor. At the height of China’s Cultural Revolution, millions of Chinese professionals were sent to cadre schools for at least a year. After the death of Lin Biao in 1971, many of the labor camps would be closed, and the remaining schools would be abolished on February 17, 1979.


Today in history May 8, 1968 – Politics  –  President Johnson met with Field Marshal Thanom Kittikachom, Thailand.


Today in history May 8, 1968 – Communist Party leaders from five of Eastern Europe’s nations met in Moscow to discuss a response to the liberal reforms going on in Czechoslovakia during the Prague Spring. Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev expressed his opinion that the situation was “exceptionally dangerous” and that counterrevolutionary party members were taking control of that Communist nation because of the indecisiveness of Czechoslovakia’s Party Central Committee. “We must make sure that in the press in our countries”, Brezhnev said, “in all our speeches, and in works put out by artistic unions and other organizations, nothing appears that might be construed as even slightly encouraging to the ‘new model of socialism’ which the anti-socialist elements in the CSSR claim to be creating.” Walter Ulbricht (East Germany), Wladyslaw Gomulka (Poland) and Todor Zhivkov (Bulgaria) agreed with Brezhnev’s assessment, while János Kádár of Hungary felt that Czechoslovakia’s Action Program was a correction of its Party’s mistakes rather than a counterrevolution.

Classified:  Sociology:  A world in conspiracy: Communism & Aggression : Looking into the depths of evil: White supremacy journalism in the news.


Today in history May 8, 1968 – Arlington –  We are running out room!  Officials at Arlington National Cemetery announced that plans to expand the cemetery are in motion.


Today in history May 9, 1968 – President Johnson met with Prime Minister Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, Mauritius.


Today in history May 9, 1968  – Politics – William Deng Nhial, an opposition leader and president of the Sudan African National Union, was assassinated a few days after the SANU had gained five seats in parliamentary elections.

Classified as : How can we help Africa?


Today in history May 10, 1968 – Vietnam War – Representatives of the United States and of North Vietnam met at Paris for the first time to discuss peace talks, and agreed that discussions would take place at the International Conference Center of the French Foreign Ministry, located in the former Hotel Majestic. W. Averell Harriman led the American delegation with the assistance of Cyrus Vance, and former North Vietnamese foreign minister Xuan Thuy was assisted by Colonel Ha Van Lau.

  1. Classified as : Sociology:  The effects of white supremacy,  atheism and the occult,
  2. Classified as : Sociology:  A world in conspiracy: The  Vietnam War and the struggle against white supremacy communist aggression.
  3. Classified as : News and Journalism:  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.   Other tags: Conspiracy news and information.

Today in history May 10, 1968  – Politics – The government of France issued an order prohibiting the state run ORTF from televising the student demonstrations in France, but ORTF radio correspondents were allowed to make live reports. The independent Radio Luxembourg sent its own journalists to France and kept them there despite harassment from the French police. Because of the live broadcasts, news of the rebellion spread from Paris to the rest of France and to media around the world.

Classified as : Sociology:   A world in conspiracy:  White supremacy communists invade France.  Other tags: Conspiracy news and information. A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.


Today in history May 10, 1968 – Education At nightfall makeshift barricades were erected to seal off the streets around the Latin Quarter of Paris and to keep the police from entering the area.

Tis article has been reduced in size and is under further study.

Classified as : Sociology:  A world in conspiracy:  Looking into the depths of evil


Today in history May 11, 1968 Protests – French police stormed the Latin Quarter of Paris in order to clear away the demonstrators in a chaotic end to the “Night of the barricades” that called worldwide attention to the chaos in France.

Classified as : News entries with various intents and purposes.


Today in history May 11, 1968 – Education- A crowd of 30,000 students marched to the parliamentary building in Bonn, the capital of West Germany, where members of the Bundestag were going to vote on the “Emergency Laws” (Notstandgesetze) which would authorize the West German executive branch to suspend basic rights during a national crisis. The “Sternmarsch” would be unsuccessful in blocking the enactment of the emergency measure.

  1. Classified as : Sociology:  A world in conspiracy:  Looking into the depths of evil: German white supremacy vs Communist white supremacy
  2. Classified as : Sociology: A world in conspiracy:  White supremacy communists invade Germany.  Other tags: Socialism, Communsm, Freemasonry vs Atheism.
  3. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Today in history May 11, 1968 – Metro – Fifty-eight people were killed and more than 200 injured when fire broke out at a wedding pavilion near the Indian city of Vijayawada in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Most of the dead were trampled when the guests rushed toward the few available exits in the pavilion, which was surrounded by a six-foot high fence. The bride and the bridegroom were able to escape.

  1. Classified as:  Metro and Metropolis:  Sociology: Weddings:  A world in conspiracy:  Looking into the depths of evil:  The effects of white supremacy in India.
  2. Classified as:  Actions and cover stories for to cover up the effects, demands and quotas of white supremacy.
  3.  Classified as: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The occult and white supremacy vs  India.
  4. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Other tags:  Bad cover stories.


Today in history May 12, 1968 – USAF – U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Joe M. Jackson who would receive the Medal of Honor for his daring rescue of the last three Americans  is mentioned today in history.


Today in history May 13, 1968 – Classified for Analysis –  In France, a one-day general strike was called by the Confédération Générale du Travail (CGT) and the Force Ouvrière (CGT-FO) as organized labor groups walked off of their jobs as a show of support to striking students. Prime Minister Georges Pompidou announced the release of prisoners and the reopening of the Sorbonne, but protests continued.

Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.


Today in history May 14, 1968 – Aviation – Workers at the Sud Aviation aircraft factory near Nantes followed the example of France’s university students and went on a sit-down strike, becoming “the very first of the French factories to go on strike” and setting a precedent that would soon spread to the Renault automobile factories, then to western France and eventually to the entire nation.

Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.


Today in history May 14, 1968  – Politics Algeria’s President Houari Boumédiène ordered the nationalization of 14 foreign energy companies operating in the North African nation and assigned their assets to the government monopoly Sonatrach (Société Nationale pour la Recherche, la Production, le Transport, la Transformation, et la Commercialisation des Hydrocarbures) (National Society for the Research, Production, Transport, Refining and Marketing of Hydrocarbons).

Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Today in history May 14, 1968 -Politics – The United Kingdom’s 37-year-old National Liberal Party, led by M.P. David Renton, voted for its dissolution, and merged into the Conservative Party. In the 1966 election, NLP candidates won just 3 of the 630 seats in the House of Commons.

Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.


Today in history May 14, 1968 – The White House –  President Johnson dedicated the Hall of Heroes and Presented the Medal of Honor to a member of each of the Nation’s Military Services.

“Today we confer the Medal of Honor on four more gallant Americans. This is the first time that four men—from each of the military services—have been so honored together.”


Today in history May 15, 1968 – Weather – 70 people are killed.  Cover story:  An outbreak of tornadoes killed 70 people in the American Midwest and South. The heaviest damage was in Jonesboro, Arkansas, where 33 people were killed and 350 injured, and 12 people died and 367 were hurt in Charles City, Iowa. In the little town of Wapella, Illinois, all of the buildings were damaged or destroyed except for the high school.

Classified for further analysis, cover stories for wrongful deaths, death by nature and natural catastrophes.


Today in history May 15, 1968 – Communism –  The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency shut down Radio Americas, a station that had gone on the air in 1960 as part of a campaign against Cuba’s leader, Fidel Castro. Originally called “Radio Swan” because its transmitter was located on one of the uninhabited Swan Islands off of the coast of Honduras, the station “spearheaded anti-Castro rumor campaigns” and even “supplied its listeners with sabotage instructions”.

  1.  Classified as: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The occult and white supremacy vs  Cuba.
  2.  Classified as: Sociology: A world in conspiracy: The United States vs  Cuban Russian white supremacy communism .
  3. Classified as:  Journalism: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Today in history May 16, 1968 – Education & the Worker’s party   – Two weeks after students in France had closed most of the nation’s universities with a student strike, employees seized control of the automobile factories owned by the nationalized Renault company, taking control at Boulogne-Billancourt, Rouen, Le Havre, Le Mans and Flins. Employees of Sud-Aviation, the state operated aircraft factory at Nantes, welded the factory gates shut. Workers struck two factories at Lyon, several newspapers in Paris, and shut down Orly, the Paris international airport.

Notes: Sequential aggressive workers news:  To be reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.

  1. Classified as: White supremacy socialist and communist conspiracy news that works against students and hard working people.
  2. Classified as: White supremacy socialist and communist conspiracy news that works against the general economy
  3. Classified as : Sociology:  aggression vs the economy of France.
  4. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Today in history May 16, 1968 – Weather 47 people killed by the weather,  Cover story:  An 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck northern Japan at 9:49 in the morning, killing at least 47 people through a combination of collapsed buildings and a tsunami. The heaviest damage was at the city of Aomori, and the quake was the strongest in more than four years.

  1. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information vs. Japan.
  2. Classified as:  Communist white supremacy death quotas and their effects Japan.
  3. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information vs. Japan.
  4. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

Notes: Sequential aggressive news of death:  To be reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.


Today in history May 16, 1968 – London –  Ronan Point, a 23-storey tower block in Canning Town, east London, UK, partially collapsed after a gas explosion, killing five people. The disaster would highlight an area of design which had not previously been considered and which would lead to changes in legislation in the UK and other countries.

Notes: Sequential aggressive news of death:  To be reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.

  1. Classified as:  A world in conspiracy: Better human rights for the British working man and woman.
  2. Classified as:  A world in conspiracy: Accidents or tyranny? a closer look accidents, explosions and sabotage in the context of a world white supremacy world holocaust. 1939-2020

Today in history May 17, 1968 –  Classified: Specimen 
A group of American anti-war demonstrators, the Catonsville Nine, entered the Selective Service offices in Catonsville, Maryland, took draft records, and burned them with napalm. News footage of the action was shot by Baltimore’s WBAL-TV. Those involved included Father Daniel Berrigan, a Jesuit priest, his brother Philip Berrigan, a former Josephite priest, and artist Tom Lewis.

Notes: To be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.

  1. Classified as:  A world in conspiracy:  Journalism? Tyranny? or both? a closer look journalists in the context of a world white supremacy world holocaust. 1939-2020.
  2. Classified as:  Russian communist white supremacy friendly news

Today in history May 17, 1968  – Education –  The social revolt and labor unrest in France spread as the number of striking laborers reached 100,000 employees of dozens of factories. As the takeover continued, red flags were hoisted in and around Lyon over the Rhône-Poulenc chemical plant; the Berliet truck factory; and the Rhodiaceta textile factory.The airports at Orly and at Le Bourgetremained closed.

Notes: workers aggression news.  To be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.     

  1. Classified as: White supremacy socialist and communist conspiracy news that works against students and hard working people.
  2. Classified as: White supremacy socialist and communist conspiracy news that works against the general economy
  3. Classified as : Sociology:  aggression vs the economy of France.
  4. Classified as: Conspiracy news and information.  A world in conspiracy: Looking into the depths of evil.

 Today in history May 18, 1968 – Business –  Mattel’s Hot Wheels toy cars are introduced.


 Today in history May 18, 1968- Technology –Nimbus-B, a weather satellite powered by two nuclear fueled generators, was launched at 1:23 a.m. from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base but failed to reach orbit after the malfunction of one the rocket boosters, and began its re-entry toward North America. In order to prevent radioactive contaminants from being scattered across the Pacific Coast, ground control sent a destruct order to the rocket boosters two minutes after the launch. The satellite plunged into the ocean, its nuclear cargo intact, about 95 miles (153 km) west of Los Angeles, and would finally be located and recovered on October 9.

Notes:  classified as: destroying american’s self-esteem newsTo be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.     

  1. Classified as: News that works against people’s perceptions of the United States Military & technology
  2. Classified as:  Negative news,
  3. Classified as : To much information news defeating the purpose of today in history.

 Today in history May 18, 1968 – aggression .  White supremacist Sirhan Sirhan Less than three weeks before the shooting,  wrote “My determination to eliminate R.F.K. is becoming more the more of an unshakable obsession… Robert F. Kenned must be assassinated before 5 June 68”. this may not be true.

Notes:  classified as: destroying american’s self-esteem newsTo be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.     

  1. Classified as: News that works against the human race.
  2. Classified as:  Negative news,
  3. Classified as : To much information news.  White supremacy bargain basement give away news.

Today in history May 18, 1968 – more aggression in the news –  The two-week long Cannes Film Festival ended on its 9th day after members of the judges panel resigned in sympathy for striking French students and workers, and several hundred workers in the film industry seized control of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès.  An attempt to resume the festival was halted the next day when film technicians (including projectionists) refused to work, and directors of the films scheduled for performance refused to allow the screening.

Notes:  classified as student aggression t and workers party aggression newsTo be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.     

  1. Classified as: News that works against the human race.
  2. Classified as:  Negative news and Conspiracy news.
  3. Classified as : To much information news.  White supremacy bargain basement give away news.

Today in history May 18, 1968 – Nguyen Van Loc The Prime Minister of South Vietnam is remembered.


Today in history May 18, 1968 USA, a theme park based on the comic strip Li’l Abner, was opened in the Ozark Mountains near Harrison, Arkansas in neighboring Newton County. The comic strip would cease publication in 1977, and Dogpatch USA would close after the 1993 season. During the park’s existence, the post office at Marble Falls, with a zip code of 72648, was officially called Dogpatch, Arkansas.


Today in history May 18, 1968 – Dorothy Anstett of Kirkland, Washington, won the 17th Miss USA pageant at Miami.


Today in history May 19, 1968 – Politics – In the Italian general election, the Christian Democrat party retained control of the lower house of Parliament by winning a plurality (38%) of the vote. Aldo Moro remained Prime Minister as his three party coalition retained a slim majority of the 325 seats in the Italian Senate and the 630 in the Chamber of Deputies.


Today in history May 19, 1968 – Classified  Nigerian forces captured Port Harcourt and surrounded Biafra. The blockade of Biafra would lead to a severe famine. –

Notes:  More Biafra news.  classified as: aggression against Africa news in sequenceTo be further analyzed and reassigned to a special reading area where public warnings are posted.     


Today in history May 19, 1968 – Classified –Fifteen people, including seven children, were trampled to death in Cairo at the Archangel Michael Coptic Christian Church as thousands of people entered the church to see a reported Marian apparition, Our Lady of Zeitoun.

  1. Classified as: occult communist atheist aggression anti-semetic news.
  2. Classified as: Hate news

  Today in history May 21, 1968 – Education –  France’s President Charles de Gaulle exercised his constitutional power to grant amnesty for the leaders of the students who led the strike against French universities, but the number of French workers on strike increased to 8,000,000 as two million people walked off of their jobs during the day. Banks were closed as panicking depositors sought to withdraw their money, and the stock marked in Paris did not open for trading.

  1. Classified as:  Exagerated news

Today in history May 22, 1968 – Military  – The USS Scorpion its crew are remembered today.


Today in history May 22, 1968  – Aviation – All 23 people on board Los Angeles Airways Flight 841, a Sikorsky S-61L were killed in the worst helicopter accident in American history as the aircraft crashed onto Minnesota Avenue in Paramount, California. The 20 passengers were being shuttled by the crew of 3 from Disneyland to the Los Angeles International Airport and were halfway through their 32-mile trip when the helicopter exploded and broke apart at 5:47 in the afternoon. The dead included the mayor of Red Bluff, California and eight members of a family from Canton and Steubenville, Ohio who were on vacation.

Classified as:   A world in conspiracy:  Accidents, terrorism, white supremacy?


Today in history May 22, 1968Politics- By 11 votes, the government of Prime Minister Pompidou of France survived a vote on another censure motion, as 233 of the members of the 485 seat National Assembly voted in favor, but fell short of the 244 required.


Today in history May 22, 1968 – Education – Daniel Cohn-Bendit, the leader of France’s protests, was barred from re-entering the country after completing a tour of Europe to talk with other student protesters. When he tried to cross into Forbach from the border station shared with Saarbrücken, West Germany, “Danny the Red” found that he had been declared an “undesirable” by the Interior Ministry.

Classified as:   The effects of white supremacy


 Today in history May 24, 1968  – President Charles de Gaulle appeared on national television in France and made a plea to viewers for help in ending the strike by 10,000,000 workers and rioting in French cities. He announced a referendum for June and asked for voters to approve a grant of emergency power to force reforms and to halt the “roll to civil war”. “Frenchmen, French women”, he said, “you will deliver your verdict by a vote. In case your reply is ‘no’, it follows that I would no longer assume my functions.” In the hours leading up to the speech, thousands of demonstrators, many from outside the city, were converging on the center of Paris, while riot police prepared to contain the violence. One historian would observe later that De Gaulle “did not come over as a man in charge of the situation, but a mere mortal struggling to for a way out… for the first time in his career de Gaulle seemed an anachronism.

Classified as:  The effects of communist white supremacy and must read exagerated news.


Today in history May 24, 1968  May 24, 1968  North Vietnam activated a new prisoner-of-war camp at Sơn Tây, 23 miles (37 km) northwest of Hanoi, and began the relocation of 55 of the 356 American POWs. The site, codenamed “Camp Hope”, would be the object of an ultimately unsuccessful attempt (on November 21, 1970) by a Special Operations force to rescue the prisoners.

Classified as:  The effects of communist white supremacy


Today in history May 27, 1968 Trần Văn Hương, a former schoolteacher, was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of South Vietnam.


 Today in history May 27, 1968    Rioting began in Louisville, Kentucky when a crowd of 400 protesters, mostly black, gathered at 28th and Greenwood Streets, in the city’s Parkland neighborhood. When the violence escalated, Mayor Kenneth A. Schmied established a curfew and requested Governor Louie B. Nunn to call out 700 Kentucky National Guard troops to enforce it. The rioting would end two days later; two people were killed.   

  1. Classified as:  The effects of white supremacy

 Today in history May 28, 1968 – Aviation –  A Garuda Indonesia Airlines Convair 990 Coronado jet crashed shortly after taking off from Mumbai on a flight to Karachi, killing all 29 people on board. Debris from the plane fell onto the village of Bilalpada, killing one person on the ground.

  1. Classified as:  The effects of communist white supremacy
  2. Classified as:  Possible cover story for communist aggression
  3. Classified as:  Accidents, Sabotage and Terrorism

 Today in history May 29, 1968  –  A natural gas explosion in the Atlanta suburb of Hapeville, Georgia, killed seven children and two adults at a day care center, after a bulldozer operator accidentally punctured a gas line. The blast occurred as the first group of children were being evacuated from the building by employees. After a fire started, daycare center workers continued to go back into the building, and 22 of the 36 children in the building escaped injury.

  1. Classified as:  The effects of communist white supremacy
  2. Classified as:  Possible cover story for child sacrifices.
  3. Classified as:  Sabotage and staged ccidents

Today in history  May 29, 1968   The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted comprehensive mandatory sanctions against Rhodesia and its white-minority government.

  1. Classified as:  The effects of white supremacy

Today in history  May 30, 1968 West Germany enacted the controversial “Emergency Laws” (Notstandgesetze) a day after the third reading of the legislation, authorizing its government the power to revoke civil liberties during a national crisis.

  1. Classified as:  The effects of white supremacy

Le bureau de JV Agnvs Dei Verbm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Filvs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum et Rex Regum et Reginarum La Couronne Mondes Château Versailles Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France. Director of Intelligence INTERPOL 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon, France  nom de plume JC Angelcraft 


 

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