Does Scientist and Cancer Researcher, Cornelius Rhoads, Admit to Murder in a Letter to a Colleague?

On 10 November 1931, Cornelius Rhoads, an American pathologist and oncologist, was at a party at a Puerto Rican co-worker’s house in Cidra. After having some drinks, he left, finding his car had been vandalized and several items stolen. He went to his office, where he wrote and signed a letter addressed to “Ferdie” (Fred W. […]

The Manchurian Incident: If Only All False Flags were This Minor!

The Manchurian Incident was a Japanese false-flag operation used as a pretext for its invasion of Manchuria. On September 18, 1931, a bomb ripped through a portion of the South Manchurian Railway near Shenyang being guarded by the Japanese Kwantung army. The work of Japanese junior officers, the bombing was blamed on Chinese dissidents. After […]

George Bernard Shaw: “I have no doubt whatsoever that vaccination is an unscientific abomination and should be made a criminal practice.”

In a letter from Dr. George Bernard Shaw to Dr. Charles Pabst: “During the last considerable epidemic at the turn of the century, I was a member of the Health Committee of London Borough Council, and I learned how the credit of vaccination is kept up statistically by diagnosing all the re-vaccinated cases as pustular […]

Herbert Yardley Exposes US Surveillance and Codebreaking Secrets in His Book Titled, ‘The American Black Chamber’

On 1 June 1931, Herbert O. Yardley’s The American Black Chamber stunned the world by exposing American codebreaking activities. Among the diplomatic messages uncovered by his Cipher Bureau, “the most important and far-reaching telegram” as Yardley put it was an instruction to the Japanese plenipotentiary sent to the Washington Naval Conference in 1921 (see another […]

Dr. Gerald Cox Addresses the American Society of Biological Chemist on ‘Mottled Teeth’ Investigation. Was it Aluminum or Fluoride?

Toxic effects have been attributed to aluminum compounds since they came in use e. g. as ingredients in baking powders (1). During the 1920´s aluminum cooking utensils too were suspected of posing a health hazard (2) and ALCOA installed a “Utensil Fellowship” at Mellon Institute (3) to investigate the problem. When the occurrence of “mottled teeth” was observed […]