What happened between 1915 and 1930?

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I was thinking about the time frames of “before and after.” Meaning like some historical reference points outlined by certain events which could give us an idea of a time frame when things sustained the most dramatic changes.

Obviously not advertised as such by our official narratives.

Like for example, when did they stop building those complex beautiful buildings in mass? Pretty sure we could squeeze out one or two of those today. But we sure can not build those by tens of thousands these days. There has to be a point in history when such a break took place.

Then we have a couple interesting dates.
  • 1929: the Great Depression. While the official version of why it happened is well known, could there be an alternate reason for it?
  • 1915-1929/30: break in the World Fair Expositions. The official version blames World War One. Well, whoever came up with that excuse forgot to check out the period from 1850-1915 which had hundreds of major wars. This especially makes very little sence when “roaring twenties” are considered. (I think this bullet is a big one)
    1929
    : Vatican gains independence from Italy
  • 1929: Leon Trotsky expelled from Russia
Question: what really happened between roughly 1915 and 1930?
 

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Great depression causes Kennedy's to get rich. New Deal is prepping America for Communism. Russia supposed to win WW2 and make mega communist state in Europe, America would have to follow suite. World communism. History gets completely erased once and for all.
 

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I am interested in this time period as well. A lot of strange things happened. For example:
1. Early 1920s Dissolution of the Emirate of Bukhara and the Soviet occupation. (Possibly tied to Tartaria? The history of that whole area in Central Asia is very confusing.)
2. Same time frame we have dissolution of the "Ottoman" Empire and the creation of modern Turkey by Ataturk
3. Spanish Flu of 1918 (H1N1) the deadliest pandemic in human history. Yet the early attempts to create vaccines never bothered with influenza virus, and instead focused on less deadly diseases like measles. Furthermore, when scientists finally got around to making an H1N1 vaccine, each time they tried to popularize it, there was a mysterious outbreak of "swine flu." Some of the people who ended up getting the vaccine ended up suffering horrible side-effects like the debilitating Guillain-Barre syndrome. (Mounting Debilities and Deaths from H1N1 Vaccine) Something is very strange about this disease and the so-called vaccine to prevent it. (As you can probably guess, I am highly skeptical of vaccines although I think the concept is not necessarily a bad one, just one that is unnatural and probably unnecessary in healthy individuals. I think we should focus more on nutrition and hygiene before shooting people up with vaccines.)
 
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That 1918 Flu is probably a huge factor in all of this. True scopes could be forever hidden.

Hypothetically could be a biological operation for a currently unknown reason. Human number reduction would be an interesting hypothesis but the reported numbers while huge, are not sufficient.
 

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The numbers are not sufficient because those entities which descend from "comets" to spray the crops in Europe, running and taking off when angry paysants come after them with hayforks and axes, have many kinds of germs and are not stupid. When a medieval source states that the plague started in a mountain village from Switzerland after such a spraying, all discutions about independent countries are futile! The mankind has never decided on his own will or by his own will, whatever is correct in English!

That is one of the reasons of huge fear which "comets" have brought during medieval times, not people stupidity! In order to differ from the sun in a picture they put tails on them, but a real comet cannot destroy a castle without destroying the country also! On that times "comet" was also meaning ball lightning or ufo!
 

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You are missing the The Eighteenth Amendment (Amendment XVIII) of the United States Constitution established the prohibition of alcohol in the United States.

Further concentrating power and wealth to organized crime, who are effectively the political class of psychopaths.

It also robbed the independent man of his right to property, and made him dependent on fossil fuels.
 

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You could take pictures (and it's been done) of the miles-long tent cities in California and come to the conclusion that there's STILL a major depression. For conclusive proof that it's not all due to just one thing (unlikely), we need data from multiple sources: health records, census records, construction of building permits, immigration records and that sort of thing.

Can't remember which thread I posted the link about the guttenberg ebook detailing the 1814 Congress of Vienna but there are several little tidbits in that first-person memoir that are not included in our history books. No mention at all of a mass catastrophe (except Napoleonic war), no mass deaths except from the plague and even when there was news of the plague reaching Vienna DURING the Congress with the heads of every European state in attendance, the parties continued unabated. Whatever happened did so after 1814. The writer DOES give a time frame of when he wrote those memoirs (sometime before 1900) but I don't remember exactly when it was.
 

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You could take pictures (and it's been done) of the miles-long tent cities in California and come to the conclusion that there's STILL a major depression. .
Agreed, but when did the current one start? 2008. 2000. 1989. 1973?

Depending on the time line of the 1929 one, you could say we are living in the greater depression.
And it is looking like a major planned kill off like WW2 is going to be "needed" to get us out of it.
 
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That 1918 Flu is probably a huge factor in all of this. True scopes could be forever hidden.

Hypothetically could be a biological operation for a currently unknown reason. Human number reduction would be an interesting hypothesis but the reported numbers while huge, are not sufficient.
14 Famous People Who Survived the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Consider the following idea. I'm gathering evidence for my hypothesis that the world wars only aim (for both sides!) was to bring about world communism. WW1 only ended once Tartaria finally fell to the Red Revolution.

So what was the point of the flu? Could it have been some sort of bio weapon meant to cull the population? This would make it easier to erase some history (particularly about the war that just "ended")

The list above is pretty interesting. Many of these people grow into major NWO type roles. Could it be that they somehow had a cure?
 

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Consider the following idea. I'm gathering evidence for my hypothesis that the world wars only aim (for both sides!) was to bring about world communism. WW1 only ended once Tartaria finally fell to the Red Revolution.
How does that hypothesis account for the failure of world communism?
 

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I can't speak for mystifieD but I can see if communism spread throughout the world, being the colossal financial failure it is, that people would clamor for something else which would allow TPTB to usher in their real goal. Of course, mystifieD will have to offer his own view.
 
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150 mln is not much when compared to the fact that our population started growing only in the 20th century. 6 bln in 100 years. I entertain a recent reset. For me communism is more of a dividing strategy at this point. The idea of socialism does a great dividing job in the US at the moment.

The dates I pointed out in the OP 1915-1930 have something in there which it appears we cannot think of due to events being completely omitted from history. Of course I could be wrong but I put some meaning into architecture. And after 1930 we do not seem to be producing those remarkable buildings any longer. It’s kind of like if in 15 years we universally stopped flying airplanes and started flying hot air baloons. Why?
 

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Yeah, the architecture is from another world. People just don't realize that we've lost it because there are still so many old buildings around. Everyone just stopped, world wide. This should be worth a study even for a mainstream historian, because it's so absurd. Aren't human societies supposed to be so multi-layered that such a top-down decision wouldn't be possible 100 years ago?

Economics can be an answer though, and world economy was probably already in central control during that time. If you take away the money, people will no longer be able to afford decent buildings. This is the incentive that to this day leads to the creation of cheap and ugly buildings for the poor masses. Add to this the crisis that is war itself, and this scenario becomes even more likely.
 
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