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The “Oswaldo” Meme

March 28, 2019
The “Oswaldo” Meme

Some things repeat themselves, and not by accident. Let’s look at the “meme” of the name “Oswald” for intelligence operations and assassinations; Everyone reading this knows that Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested as the patsy that was set up in the assassination of President Kennedy. Oswald of course, was shot by mob associate Jack Ruby […]

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Alex Gillis: “A Killing Art” – A History Of Korean Karate And Espionage

March 19, 2019
Alex Gillis: “A Killing Art” – A History Of Korean Karate And Espionage

Alex Gillis, author of “A Killing Art” has kept me on his mailing list since we communicated years ago. Attached is a newsletter summary of his book, but first, here is my review of his book from 2011: Review: “A Killing Art” by Alex Gillis I am sometimes late to the party, but when I […]

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