A Proper Gander At Propaganda


This website exists to serve as public resource for reverse imagineering world-wide culture, one that takes a critical look at the numerous artifacts and other types of relics that represent our shared collective international heritage.

About The AA Morris Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast: Coming to you from one of the suburban metropolitan melting pots of international culture, outside of one of the multimedia capitals of the world, New York City, the Proper Gander at Propaganda podcast is meant to be a gatekeeping free look at our shared international cultural heritage, our shared social media infused and obsessed present, and what our children and their children could be looking forward to. This link will bring you to the podcast page of this website, with embedded squarespace audio: link: http://www.aamorris.net/podcast/

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Article index

We've Been Golden Fleeced: History of the Royal Navy - The King's Ships (1500-1599)


Fellow Sheep, We've Been Golden Fleeced


History of the Royal Navy - The King's Ships (1500-1599)

The Royal Global Banking scam relies on unverifiable claims and the use of other Nations as existential Nemesis.

The modus operandi remains the same.

Unverifiable claims, control of money, mass transportation and technology.

Military simulation - Wikipedia

Please notice how the historical experts are paid to repeat history's tales, and not to critically analyze any of it. This is propaganda. We are supposed to passively watch and listen. We are supposed to be programmed. The external authority of the supposed expert is not meant to be questioned, is it? History is comprised of awful lot of verbal accounts that were given life by way oil paintings. If it's in a frame and hung on a wall, it must depict a real event, right? 

Piracy in the Caribbean - Wikipedia

History of banking - Wikipedia

Bank of England - Wikipedia



"Masonic allegory"

"Skeptical investigator Joe Nickell said that stories about the Chase Vault were often repeated, but he called them "historically dubious". Nickell, who had investigated an earlier alleged Masonic hoax involving a tale of buried treasure at Oak Island, contended that the Barbados story was fashioned around the Masonic allegory of a "secret vault" which, according to a Masonic text, "was ... in the ancient mysteries, symbolic of death, where alone Divine Truth is to be found." Nickell wrote that two of the men named in the Chase Vault story were members of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, and that a similar tale of "restless coffins" was circulated in 1943 that specifically included a party of Freemasons and a vault containing the founder of Freemasonry in Barbados. Nickell noted that Chase Vault stories were loaded with symbols and phrases which Freemasons would have recognized."



"Stop Don't Kill Me, I Work For The Royal Queen!"

Jason and the Argonauts (1963) Part 11

Model warship combat

An Old Naval Trick of Perspective: All Sorts of Successful Pirates Are Noble Liars

Sophisticated special effects and careful craftsmanship make small model threats more believable.

Skull and Bones - Wikipedia

List of Skull and Bones members - Wikipedia

Freemasonry - Wikipedia

Opium - Wikipedia

History of opium in China - Wikipedia

East India Company - Wikipedia

Vault with the Allegory of the Golden Fleece, or Apotheosis of the ...