Category: Hidden History

The biggest computer leak in history

Plus the dangers of wi-fi Straight from the Pentagon Here’s the story: Political data gathered on more than 198 million US citizens was exposed this month after a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee stored internal documents on a publicly accessible Amazon server. The data leak contains a wealth of personal information on roughly 61 percent of the US population. Along with home addresses, birthdates, and phone numbers, the records include advanced sentiment analyses used by political groups to predict where individual voters fall on hot-button issues such as gun ownership, stem cell research, and the right...

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Unethical medical testing on children

THEY CALLED IT “RESEARCH” “Against Their Will” by Allen M. Hornblum Unethical medical testing on children. They called it “research.” Grim stuff and largely unreported. The speaker is Allen M. Hornblum author of “Against Their Will: The Secret History of Medical Experimentation on Children in Cold War America.” Who ran it? MDs and researchers. Well paid every step of the way. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...

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Unreported, unrecorded history

If it’s not wearing a government uniform, it didn’t happen Censored 9/11 history The biggest maritime evacuation in history took place on September 11, 2001 in Manhattan. It was handled by a spontaneous fleet of boat owners, large and small, who rushed to help people in need without any concern for their own safety. I bet you NEVER heard about these unpaid first responders before – because it doesn’t fit the “government is god” narrative. Only two kinds of 9/11 imagery are shown in the US news media: 1. Scenes of horror and people being terrorized 2. The government...

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Labor Day, it means something

Corporate terrorism against labor   It happened not that long ago Here in the land of the free, millions of industrial and mining workers labored under terrible conditions, for very low pay, in a system enforced by violence. Labor unions changed that…and they paid the price in their own blood. In this video, we look at the Ludlow Massacre. Law enforcement? They were on the payroll of the mining companies. The mining companies also had their own “law enforcement.” Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...

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America’s first Vietnam

Missing from the history books From the Empire Files Mark Twain opposed it. It was America’s first Vietnam. A report from the Empire Files. The U.S. Occupation (1898-1946) The first Philippine Republic was short-lived. Spain had lost a war with the United States. The Philippines was illegally ceded to the United States at the Treaty of Paris for US$20 million, together with Cuba and Puerto Rico. A Filipino-American War broke out as the United States attempted to establish control over the islands. The war lasted for more than 10 years, resulting in the death of more than 600,000 Filipinos....

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