The American Medical Association Begins a Smear Campaign Against Homeopathic Cancer Cure Developer, Dr. William Koch

The American Medical Association began its campaign to discredit and smear the reputation of Dr. William Koch following an erroneous report published on the first page of the weekly issue of the Wayne County Medical Society’s Weekly Bulletin on the December 22, 1919. Dr. Koch sent a reply letter the same day to explain that […]

US Packs 249 Commies on the ‘Red Ark’ (USAT Buford) and Ships them back to Russia

Via Today in Civil Liberties History (n the 100th anniversary):

The ship USAT Buford, labeled the “Red Ark,” embarked from New York City on this day, carrying 249 aliens who were deported because of their alleged anarchist or Communist beliefs. The most famous passenger was the anarchist, birth control advocate and anti-war activist Emma Goldman, who had been arrested June 15, 1917, for opposing the draft. She was accompanied by her companion, the anarchist Alexander Berkman (September 7, 1922). An estimated 184 of the 249 aliens on the Buford were members of the Union of Russian Workers, which had been one of the principal targets of the first Palmer Raids on November 7, 1919. All of the passengers were shipped to the Soviet Union.

J. Edgar Hoover, then a young bureaucrat in the Bureau of Investigation who played a major role in the Palmer Raids, personally went to New York City to witness the sailing of the Buford. They met at the dock and, incredibly, Hoover asked her, “Haven’t I given you a square deal, Miss Goldman?”

The deportation was part of the post-World War I Red Scare that also included a second and larger set Palmer Raids that began on January 2, 1920.

 Source: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/12/100-years-ago-this-week-us-packs-249-commie-bastards-on-the-red-ark-usat-buford-and-ships-them-off-to-russia/

The Black Sox Scandal: Did Eight Players on the Chicago White Sox Really Throw the 1919 World Series Against the Cincinnati Reds?

Oct 1-9, 1919 – The Black Sox Scandal resulted in the most famous scandal in baseball history after the 1919 World Series. Eight players from the Chicago White Sox (nicknamed the Black Sox) were accused of throwing the series against the Cincinnati Reds. Details of the scandal remain controversial, and the extent to which each […]

The Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles

It has been previously stated that the treaty of Versailles was one of the most iniquitous documents ever signed by the representatives of so called civilized nations. The injustice perpetrated upon the German people by the terms of the Peace Treaty made another world war inevitable.[1] The circumstances surrounding the signing of the Armistice on […]

Royal Institute of International Affairs is Founded in England

 The Council on Foreign Relations is well known amongst researchers of parapolitics as one of the organizations of interest directing Washington’s foreign policy. Once derided as “conspiracy theory” the influence of the group is now a truism that is openly joked about in Washington’s foreign policy circles. What many do not know, however, is […]