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Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » September 10th, 2023, 11:43 pm

I may have watched this video before. I have watched shows on Nan Midol before. I believe that Nan Midol is a pre flood relic.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » September 10th, 2023, 5:18 pm

Micronesia is where this is at, and it was a center of trade between India, and the whole region.
They say it's a mystery island, but it's really not, and they failed because of more modern trade routs, and sea powers.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » September 5th, 2023, 8:01 pm

I’m more interested in the ancient ruins of Indonesia.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » September 5th, 2023, 6:40 pm

I cannot anymore anyway Gary, but if I did go it would be with a group of others interested in the history, and architecture.
Also I'm not one to trust strangers, and know to keep with the crowd.
You have to admit that the place is fascinating if you know a little about it.
Skip all the pervy stuff tourist that go there for whatever, the temples, and old ruined capital, and the stonework is what I'm wanting.
Also there is an island that is made of volcanic rock totally man made for trade I would like to learn more about.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » September 4th, 2023, 4:57 pm

I don’t recommend going to Thailand. If you have any questions as to why then contact Genocide088.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » September 3rd, 2023, 7:40 am

Missed the article :( Darn it !

I used to like the Learning, and History channels, but then they both changed, and went to hell.
The Learning Channel was the first to go, then with The Aliens, and Da Vuinci code BS there went the History Channel.

I always wanted to visit Thailand/Siam to see the ruins, and historical spots, such a rich history of trade, and arts.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » August 1st, 2023, 3:50 am

What is the history channel’s nickname ? I seldom watch TV these days.

Re: Forbidden History

by genocide088 » August 1st, 2023, 2:39 am

i never did know about this. as much of the murdered history of the past

tip of the day stay AWAY from the history channel you dont want to know what its nickname is ... n-refugees

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » December 1st, 2022, 7:38 am

This article may answer a mystery. This article says that Zhang Jiamin ruled from 1993 to 2003. Deng XiaoPing supposedly died on February 16 1997. I know as I was at a Chinese army base in Shenzhen at this moment when it was announced. I remember someone telling me back then that nobody had seen Deng XiaoPing for three years. DengXiaoPing’s death of course would have been kept secret as to not cause any problems in chinas greedy desire to takeover Hong Kong and turn it into a horrible place. ... re-dies-96

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » July 13th, 2022, 5:23 pm

Working against your own country for money, and gain like they are doing, like most the Democrats, and a lot of Republicans do is treason.
If not treason what else is it ?
The Biden's, and a lot on their side are even out in the open about it, no need fearing the FBI, and other when they are in your pocket working for the same people.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » July 11th, 2022, 9:00 am

Hunter and Dementia Joe just gave the Chinese a bizarre oil deal. If Hunter was paid then isn’t he a criminal and traitor ? Justin Trudeau has our military teaching Their Air Force, army, special forces and who knows what else is a sign to some that when world war three begins that he will side with them against the USA.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » July 11th, 2022, 1:19 am

I got me a water purifier recently for emergency use, and I have about a 30 day supply of food, it's not much, but something.
The threat is being assessed, and I'm sure will be used against the people some day,
The real shame is China is a threat, but our own people are a bigger one by selling us out.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » July 10th, 2022, 8:21 pm

A friend of mine who knows China very well texted me this about this internet debit machines down all across the Canada episode. These are calculated ways of testing vital systems that create fear, terror and chaos across a country or target area and most of all a form of asymmetrical warfare. If they can do this to a targeted ATM grid they can also target bomb hospitals, airports, traffic lights, rail roads and mass power stations in the coldest winter, not to mention sewage and water purification and even cellular and internet systems. The web has brought great convenience but raised global terror levels as an enemy doesn't have to be on our soil to kill! Somebody is flexing their muscles... and sending a signal for secret govt to govt, or terrorist payment.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » July 10th, 2022, 8:13 pm

Now people will cry more regulations, and they will get it :kez:

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » July 9th, 2022, 11:01 pm

Canada is a huge country and it looks like this internet down, bank ATM’s and debit machines not working spanned the entire country.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » July 9th, 2022, 8:55 pm

Another test run for control maybe, I would bet on it because that's what big brother do.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » July 9th, 2022, 5:03 pm

Well this just ended this morning so I imagine that it qualifies as history. It lasted a couple of days. Why is there nothing in the news about this ? Debit cards wouldn’t work so cash was required. This couldn’t have pleased the evil ones who are pushing for a cashless society. Bank machines were down as well. I was able to get wifi at certain locations. This may qualify as forbidden as well if no reader of this forum has heard of this on the news or radio. ... ebit-cards

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » May 19th, 2022, 3:53 pm

This I believe is far too brutal to be taught in school especially now that the cancel white people culture is out of control. Being captured natives on the plains appears to be a bigger horror than many know.

Re: Forbidden History

by Blue Frost » May 1st, 2022, 5:51 pm

I knew a little of that, but not to that extent.
The few Serbs I have known where hard working people just trying to get by in life, I would think every country would want people like that.

Re: Forbidden History

by Gary Oak » April 30th, 2022, 8:53 pm

The Serbs were Christians. I doubt that many heard about the genocide of Christians during the Second World War in Yugoslavia.