Articles contributed by Russ Winter, editor and publisher of Winter Watch and WinterActionables.com.
On Sept. 18, 1970, at the age of 27, American instrumental guitarist Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) died in London under highly strange circumstances. The coroner rendered an open verdict, meaning the death was suspicious. Hendrix friends suggested he had become […]
Anthropologist Gregory Bateson (1904-1980) was a heavy hitter in social theories and propaganda. He was also the husband of Margaret Mead. In 1942, while working in black propaganda, he wrote about the war: … is now […]
The usual suspects took a tremendous amount of license with the story of the Hyksos, the Hebrews and the Exodus. The real story is hidden in plain sight. There were large populations of Hebrews in […]
Spiritual and emotional fitness derives from heightened levels of consciousness. It also stems from awareness of what Winter Watch teaches, which is that evil and malice exist. In a society that is breaking down, expect […]
As local conflicts reignited in Europe during the early 1930s, suggesting the possibility of a second world war, a bipartisan concern spread through Washington, D.C. that “merchants of death” would again drag the United States […]
The evolution of the movie “The Post” (2017) — a story about The Washington Post’s 1970s battles with government over its publication of classified information relating to the Vietnam War and Pentagon Papers — reportedly goes […]
On Oct. 25, 2002, incumbent U.S. Democrat Senator from Minnesota Paul Wellstone was campaigning for a third term when he died in a plane crash. The crash occurred just 11 days before the election, and 58-year-old Wellstone was […]