Experts Make Shocking Discovery That Will Go Down in the History Books

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Experts and other archaeologists in Mexico are very excited, to say the least. They have uncovered a network of at least 2,000 pre-Hispanic ruins among the many clusters of artefacts along a route that has been proposed by Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

Simply put, these archaeology experts have made a discovery that is going to put everything we know about Ancient Mexico on its head. Most of the newly-discovered artefacts are along the president’s disputed “Maya Train” project of the Yucatan peninsula. 

Of course, the product by the Mexican president was considered controversial too because some of these scientists have discovered sincerely matched “archeological monuments” along at least 277 miles along the president’s proposed route.

The latest laser elevation data showed that there were at least 2,187 “monuments” along this planned track. Many of these findings are brand new to the experts as well. 

Of course, when we talk about Mexican pre-history, it’s important that we fully define just what we mean by “monuments”, simply because that term can mean quite a few different things. For example, it could mean the remains of a pre-Hispanic home, but it also could mean a carved stone artefact.

Moreover, it could also mean that archaeologists are studying the remains of a temple platform. Indeed, there were at least 91 larger structures such as pyramids, temples, and other platforms uncovered, and that’s just according to Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History! 

Of course, this is a big difference from Mayan houses, which really weren’t all that substantial. They usually consisted of a stone base which would then be topped off by either a wooden or thaft structure. 

The institute did publish a report regarding this issue, and they even weighed in on the train building project. While they didn’t necessarily either support or condemn the train construction project, they also noted that the buildings would need to take care to “specific measures” to make sure that none of these artefacts would ultimately be damaged. However, they did not say whether certain parts of the route would have to be changed. 

In July, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador started off on the construction of his “Maya Train”, which is a pet project of his that is supposed to extend almost 950 miles and will consist of a rough loop shape around the Yucatan Peninsula. 

The main goal of this train is to connect the Mexican Caribbean resorts to the great majority of the interior stations within the Peninsula.

There are at least fifteen of them, and the proposed cost of the entire project has been estimated at $6.8 billion. However, critics say that the cost will wind up being much higher. 

The critics of President Lopez Obrador are now weighing in, and their main argument is that Obrador rammed this legislation through without fully considering a number of different variables.

These would include the sinkhole caves called cenotes, the effects this project would have on the environment, and yes, the effect this train project would ultimately have on the Mayan ruins. 

While there are stretches of the route that already have tracks, experts are extremely concerned about other areas that have been largely untouched for decades, if not centuries.

For example, there are a few valid arguments that some of the tracks will push through sensitive jungle terrain. Additionally, some are concerned that the land would be disturbed because of the need to update tracks and the construction of new railway stations. 

There have even been a few Mayan communities that are fairly miffed about his project. Indeed, there have even been a few that have filed suit against President Lopez Obrador in order to stop the project. Another chief complaint of theirs is that they weren’t fully consulted regarding the project, nor did they receive any benefits. Naturally, they are also concerned about the possibility that some of these historical sites will be disturbed. 

You see, experts use the LiDAR system for these and other projects. It stands for Light Detection and Ranging. This method involves shooting a pulsed laser at the ground so that the viewer can get a high-resolution detailed image of the ground, even if it has some dense vegetation. 

Of course, the empire that the Mayas constructed was something to be proud of. It was a sprawling system of city-states across Central America and the Yucatan between 2,000 B.C. and 900 A.D. Many of their descendants still live on the peninsula! What do you think about this unique (and historic) story? 

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They Know The COVID Intent – Big Tech Buying Discount Office Space in New York City…

There’s an old saying: “when there’s blood in the streets buy real estate.”  The modern version of the axiom relates to the strategy of George Soros:  create the crisis; fund the political arsonists; drive the turmoil; then benefit from pre-positioned finances.  Both versions are essentially saying the same thing.

Without opinion as to the origin and possible intent of the Chinese COVID-19 launch, what became obvious early on was how the virus could be weaponized for maximum political value.

Factually, and specifically when contrast against the most recently visible control efforts by social media giants to assist Joe Biden, you might remember back in March, April and May, how any contrary opinion of the COVID-19 hype was met with massive censorship by those exact same social media control agents.

Multinational firms like Google Inc. took down YouTube videos; Facebook banned speech or contrary scientific discussion; and Twitter banned all users who would dare question the COVID narrative.  It was not/is not a coincidence those same voices are now currently suppressing information and pushing Joe Biden for the 2020 election.

If you realized the hype of COVID-19 was a weaponized narrative, then this recent story shows how the control agents also know that hype program is soon to end.  Look:

(Forbes) Big Tech is bucking two big workforce trends. Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google are all scooping up New York City commercial real estate after prices have plummeted due to the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic. The companies are making a bold contrarian bet that Manhattan will bounce back and  there will still be a need for people to work in offices.

According to the New York Times, Facebook leased enough space in the city to triple the amount of people that can work in New York. Apple, which has been in the city for at least a decade, plans to expand its footprint there. Google and Amazon are snatching up space in New York—greater than any other place in the U.S. Amazon recently paid about $1 billion to acquire the Lord & Taylor flagship building in Midtown Manhattan from WeWork. Collectively, the tech behemoths can accommodate over 20,000 workers.  (read more)

Obviously Big Tech knows the window of opportunity is likely to close with the result of the 2020 election.  If Biden wins the virus hype will simply disappear like all other seasonal flu.  Media quits shouting about it, and all of a sudden its gone.  If Trump wins the economic engine will overwhelm the virus narrative and eventually they will have to concede the hype-battle.  So after November 3rd, the value of  COVID diminishes greatly.

Hence, ‘buy now, while there’s still blood on the streets.”

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Seeking American Lessons From China’s Revolutionary Past

Frank Dikotter’s People’s Trilogy is a series of books describing the horrors inflicted on everyday Chinese men, women, and children by the Chinese Communist Party during the reign of Mao Zedong. Taken together or individually, the information within the pages is as illuminating as it is sobering. While the dictatorial regimes of Adolf Hilter, and to a lesser extent Joseph Stalin, are acknowledged, as are many lessons gleaned from their history, the realities of Maoist rule are not as well-known and we often fail to learn from the experiences of those who suffered in its wake.

From the day he ascended the Tiananmen Gate in 1949 to proclaim the founding of the People’s Republic of China to the fall of 1976 when his reign of terror ended, the death toll left in Mao’s wake is utterly incomprehensible: 40 to 80 million. That is the equivalent to at least the entire current population of California, and potentially the entire populations of New York and Florida as well.

It is hard to digest such numbers, but Dikotter’s masterful narrative weaves government archives with an unflinching view of the personal suffering on display. It is not an easy read. But it is a necessary one, given America’s increasingly tense relationship with China.

When 20th-century Chinese history is discussed and analyzed, the Great Famine and the Cultural Revolution are almost uniformly treated as the unquestioned tragedies that they are. The years that preceded these twin pillars of evil, however, the time from the enshrinement of Communist Party rule and its first eight years in power, are glossed over as an era of ups-and-downs—the imperfect genesis of a new government trying to find its footing.

Dikotter’s research and prose eviscerates this idea. The People’s Republic did not have an innocent beginning. Violence and inhumanity were and are the chief tenets of the communist revolution, from the start to the present.

Dikotter’s first book in the trilogy, “The Tragedy of Liberation,” begins during the throes of the Chinese Civil War. Communist troops besieged the city of Changchun, starving to death an estimated 160,000 civilians. Zhang Zhenglong, a lieutenant in the People’s Liberation Army, summarized the experience this way: “Changchun was like Hiroshima. The causalities were about the same. Hiroshima took nine seconds; Changchun took five months.”

Tragedy lays out the 50 or so additional Changchuns that followed. The next two books, “Mao’s Great Famine ” and “The Cultural Revolution,” chronicle 100 more Changchuns to come. The study of 20th-century Chinese history is seemingly a never-ending swim downward, descending lower, and lower into the depths of human depravity.

One can ask how a series of historical books about Chinese Communist autocracy can be meaningful to everyday Americans. The People’s Republic of China is the current greatest threat to humanity, as it seeks to export its destructive Orwellian worldview as an alternative to the Western world.

By unmasking Beijing’s totalitarianism, one can better understand the scope of malfeasance inherent in PRC ideology. By reading the personal experiences suffered by those under the Maoist regime, one respects and honors the victims. Perhaps the most urgent of all, by reading how revolutionary zeal began to foment and then exploded into an orgy of violence, one can recognize revolutionary fringes within their own country — and combat the tactics they employ.

One of the great takeaways from “Tragedy is just how similar some of the specifics on the ground in China during the early days of the regime look to the current American landscape. The Cultural Revolution that followed some years later did not happen in a vacuum. It was merely an evolution from what had transpired beforehand.

Take, as an example, some excerpts from the book and see how they compare to what we are experiencing in our day and time:

  • “Mao achieved power by promising every disaffected group what they wanted most.”
  • “Everyone is learning the right answers, the right ideas, and the right slogans.”
  • “Some people were transformed into revolutionary zealots, ready to break the bonds of family and friendship for the cause. Drawn to an ideology that promised liberation, they relished becoming the champions of the exploited, forging a better world full of hope and light.”
  • “Most of the antiques had already been burned or consigned to the scrap heap, recycled as so many relics of an exploitative past. As an investigation carried out by the party revealed, ‘Everywhere old books that were considered to contain feudal ideas were thrown away or used as old paper.’”
  • “People lived harmoniously under the same sky in the same village for many years. Why did they act like this now? Why did they hate each other and torture each other like that? Was that what the Communist revolution was all about?”
  • “During the persecution, friend had been made to betray friend; family members had been forced to denounce each other. The traditional warm hospitality of the Chinese, therefore, disappeared. We learned that the more friends we had, the more insecure our position. We began to know the fear of being isolated from our own group and of standing helplessly alone before the power of the State.”
  • “Neighbors and friends denounced each other, often in the hope of reward, as people scrambled to prove their allegiance to the new regime.”

We all know what happened next in China. Thankfully, we can take a different path here in America. We need not give away the sacred principles of individual rights and the rule of law to the dictates of collectivization and revolutionary politics. But it will take courage to prevent it.

We will need courage to read from texts that might make us uncomfortable, courage to learn from those who have gone before, and courage to stand up for ideals that might make us unpopular in the elite circles of our nation. Dikotter’s masterful trilogy provides all Americans the opportunity to make these choices a part and parcel to citizenship. We would be remiss if we didn’t take advantage of it.

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California, Which Entered U.S. as Free State in 1850, to Study ‘Reparations’ for Slavery

The State of California will study reparations to black Americans, thanks to a bill signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

AB 3121 will create a nine-member “Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, with a Special Consideration for African Americans Who are Descendants of Persons Enslaved in the United States,” according to the text of the bill.

California was admitted to the Union in 1850 as a free state and has no history of legal slavery.

As the state Department of Parks and Recreation notes on its website (original emphasis):

In 1849, Californians sought statehood and, after heated debate in the U.S. Congress arising out of the slavery issue, California entered the Union as a free, nonslavery state by the Compromise of 1850.

California became the 31st state on September 9, 1850.
The Golden State’s rich history has since been shaped by people of every ethnic background who traveled here seeking economic, social and educational opportunity, and a life of quality and breathtaking beauty.

Despite California’s free history, the reparations task force is assigned the mission of evaluating the history and impact of slavery on the United States as a whole.

The goal, as with many California policies, is to be a model for liberal policies elsewhere — or, as Newsom said, according to The Hill, to be “a paradigm that we hope will be resonant all across the United States.”

There is at least one problem, however: the criteria for selection to the nine-member task force appear to be racial, and California’s constitution currently bans discrimination on the basis of race. (That may change, if voters approve Proposition 16 in November.)

The text of AB 3121 states: “Members shall be drawn from diverse backgrounds to represent the interests of communities of color throughout the state.”

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News and the host of Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot on Sunday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET (4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PT). His newest e-book is The Trumpian Virtues: The Lessons and Legacy of Donald Trump’s Presidency. His recent book, RED NOVEMBER, tells the story of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary from a conservative perspective. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

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Three Supreme Court Justices Were Confirmed In Less Than 45 Days, Including Ginsburg

Three Supreme Court Justices, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on Friday due to complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer, were confirmed by the Senate within 45 days of their formal nomination date.

According to Senate records, Justices Ginsburg, John Paul Stevens, and Sandra Day O’Connor were all confirmed in a short period of time. Stevens’s confirmation in 1975 took 19 days, O’Connor’s confirmation in 1981 took 33 days, and Ginsburg’s confirmation in 1993 took 42 days.

While many have speculated who President Donald Trump will nominate to replace her spot on the Court and questioned whether there is enough time before the election for a nominee to be confirmed, many are confident that the Senate will be able to confirm someone in less than the 46 days until the election.

“Yes, Trump has time to nominate and get his nominee confirmed to the Supreme Court. EVERY SINGLE VOTE ON A #SCOTUS NOMINEE OF THE LAST 45 YEARS was voted on in less time than what Trump has between now and the end of his current term,” wrote one Twitter user, including a graph showing 15 justices who were formally nominated and then confirmed in less than 110 days.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Trump’s nomination would receive a vote on the floor, adding the Senate will keep their promise to “support [Trump’s] agenda “particularly his outstanding appointments to the federal judiciary.”

“President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate,” he stated.

In just two days this week, Sen. McConnell and the GOP-controlled Senate confirmed six federal judges appointed by Trump to courts in California and Illinois, proving that the process of confirmation can be expedited when necessary.

Early in September, Trump released a list of 20 potential Supreme Court nominations to add to his running list which includes many conservative professionals and Sens. Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Ted Cruz of Texas, and Josh Hawley of Missouri.

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Exposing The Progressive Movement’s Historical Embrace Of Racist Eugenics

Independent Institute research fellow and professor emeritus of economics in College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno, Thomas Cargill, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour. They discuss the lack of educational materials covering the history of the progressive movement, particularly their implementation of eugenics and forced sterilization in order to attain a better society.  

According to Cargill, there are two reasons why there is a lack of teaching on these subjects. First, the progressives who spurred on this movement have been “very successful in dominating American education.” Secondly, Cargill claims that progressives wanted to distance themselves from the eugenics ideology that Hitler claimed in the 1930s.

Cargill also explained how figures like Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger felt justified in participating and enabling eugenics because they believed they were contributing to the forward movement of society.

“You could be a racist and still a moralist because what you were doing was ridding society of the unfit so society would be more efficient,” Cargill said.

“Eugenics and progressivism were, in a sense, made for each other because you had the progressives that said, ‘Look we have all these instruments that we can use to improve society and now we have this science that tells us how to do it. And of course we do have our problem because of the dilution of the quality of the American society,’” Cargill added. 

You can read Cargill’s article about the lack of educational materials covering the eugenics movement here. You can also read more of his eugenics research here.

Listen to the full episode here:



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“Peace is The Prize” – President Trump Meets With His Excellency Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of the State of Kuwait – Schedules 2:00pm Press Conference…

Good indications for continued progress toward peace in the Middle-East.  President Trump has called for a 2:00pm press conference (not previously scheduled) following an oval office meeting with Amir Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of the State of Kuwait.

This could be yet another partner announcement in the normalization of relations with Israel.  CTH predicted Kuwait would be next.  It would make sense for Kuwait, Oman and Sudan to come next in the process before the heavy -and more complex- nations (Qatar & Saudi).

Protocols and pageantry are culturally very important to the Arab nations and they have a long history of using pageantry as part of political celebration.  According to Kuwait news and the White House President Trump is awarding the Legion of Merit, Degree Chief Commander, to the Amir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.  His son is receiving the award in a private ceremony.

This honor will be received very well by Kuwait as a recognition of their importance in the region.  It is a good diplomatic and strategic move.  The Legion of Merit was last awarded by a U.S. President in 1991.

WHITE HOUSE – Today, President Donald J. Trump is awarding the Legion of Merit, Degree Chief Commander, to His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Amir of the State of Kuwait.

A leader in the Middle East for decades, the Amir has been a truly unwavering friend and partner to the United States. He provided indispensable support to the United States throughout Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and the Defeat-ISIS campaign. The Amir is also an unparalleled diplomat, having served as his nation’s Foreign Minister for 40 years. His tireless mediation of disputes in the Middle East has bridged divides under the most challenging circumstances. The President is very pleased to award this honor to his dear friend, the Amir.

The Legion of Merit, Degree Chief Commander, is a rarely-awarded, prestigious decoration that can only be bestowed by the President, typically to chiefs of state or heads of government of other countries. The honor was last awarded in 1991.

The Amir’s eldest son, His Excellency Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah of the State of Kuwait, will accept the award on behalf of the Amir in a private ceremony. (link)

….”Complicated business folks, …complicated business”…

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House Republicans Introduce Legislation To Bar Federal Funding Of Schools Teaching Fake History

Two House Republicans introduced legislation Thursday that would bar federal funds from flowing to schools with curriculum featuring the New York Times’ anti-American 1619 Project indoctrinating K-12 students with fake history.

The bill, put forward by Colorado Rep. Ken Buck with Georgia Rep. Rick Allen, serves as companion legislation introduced in the Senate by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton in July.

“The 1619 Project teaches children a historically inaccurate account of our nation’s history,” Buck said. “Federal funding should not go towards schools that teach flawed and inaccurate curriculum in classrooms. We should be able to acknowledge the stains on our nation’s history while still continuing to celebrate the good our country has done.”

Cotton reiterated his support for the proposal, calling the Times’ curriculum on revisionist history being taught in some 4,500 classrooms nationwide “left-wing garbage.”

“Not a single cent of federal funding should go to indoctrinate young Americans,” Cotton said.

The progressive project, spearheaded by the Times’ riot-cheering Nikole Hannah-Jones who won a Pulitzer on the opening essay which required a major correction to the piece, has since become a primary manifesto for the left’s critical race theory re-writing American history as the creation of an irredeemably racist empire built for the sole purpose of oppressing black and indigenous people.

“The 1619 Project’s goal is to indoctrinate the idea in our nation’s young people that America is an evil country – which is far from the truth,” Rep. Allen said. “Though our history is not perfect, we have overcome our challenges to create a land of opportunity for all. If we want to fight injustice and work toward a more perfect union, we must learn from our past and teach out students to do better – not teach false history.”

Watch a short documentary debunking the project here:

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[Related: Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson: 1776 Is America’s True Founding, Not 1619]

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President Trump and First Lady Melania Participate in Abraham Accords Signing Ceremony – 12:00pm Livestream…

Today President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will participate in an Abraham Accords Signing Ceremony to celebrate the historic peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Anticipated start time 12:00pm.

President Trump helped broker a historic agreement between the UAE and Israel to normalize relations in August. Last week, Trump announced that Bahrain had also reached a deal with Israel to normalize relations. The parties will sign the agreement, dubbed the “Abraham Accords,” at this White House ceremony, marking a notable diplomatic achievement for President Trump and mid-east partners.

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U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 3, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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2011 Occupy, 2020 Antifa or 2020 Biden Supporters – Same Message: “All My Heroes Kill Cops”…

Considering the ambush attack against Los Angeles law enforcement, just a short pictorial to remind everyone that the continuum of Democrat messaging remains exactly the same.

Less than a week ago, September 7, this picture was taken of a protest group in Seattle.  Notice the banner “All My Heores Kill Cops”:

This is the exact same message from the 2011 “Occupy” group as they marched and rioted in Oakland, California.

2020 Seattle:

2011 Oakland:  (Reference Link)

Occupy Wall Street 2011

The current far-left 2020 “Biden supporters” are the current 2020 violent Antifa activists.  Prior to being Antifa they assembled under the cause of the 2011 “Occupy” movement.

Flashback to Nancy Pelosi:

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