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The Space Shuttle belongs to the American people, not the regime in Washington.

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Documentary about the ancient astronauts fad.

Landing on the moon was possibly the greatest achievement of the United States. Don't let anybody take that away from us.

Landing on the moon was possibly the greatest achievement of the United States. Don't let anybody take that away from us.

These unthinkable weapons of war, these death dealing machines... belong to us, the people of the United States. We design them, we build them, we fly them and we pay very dearly for them. But we don't control where they fly and they aren't deployed for our benefit whosoever. There is a rotten regime in Washington that controls the levers of power at the Department of State, the Pentagon and elsewhere. This corrupt regime does the bidding of a foreign power and it abuses its authority to wage wars against peoples who never raised a hand against the United States. The regime in Washington abuses the awesome military might of the United States to commit atrocities, wage wars of aggression against weaker states and intimidate everybody world wide.

We are the American Opposition to the regime in Washington. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who the puppet president is. We aren't fooled by the elections spectacle. We believe in voting but we know there is no amount of voting or letter writing that can overcome the various lobbies on Capitol Hill and certainly not the Deep State that took out President Kennedy.

We are aware that rogue elements in our society perpetrate false flag terrorism of different stripes for a variety of reasons. The powers that should not be thrive on terrorism and tension. They need it, just like they need their Drug War. But we understand that drug addiction is a public health issue that does not have military and correctional solutions.

We note the epidemic of mental illness and its link to mass murder. Restricting firearms will not solve this problem, either.

The time for the American Opposition is now. First step: Red Pill education.

These unthinkable weapons of war, these death dealing machines... belong to us, the people of the United States. We design them, we build them, we fly them and we pay very dearly for them. But we don't control where they fly and they aren't deployed for our benefit whosoever. There is a rotten regime in Washington that controls the levers of power at the Department of State, the Pentagon and elsewhere. This corrupt regime does the bidding of a foreign power and it abuses its authority to wage wars against peoples who never raised a hand against the United States. The regime in Washington abuses the awesome military might of the United States to commit atrocities, wage wars of aggression against weaker states and intimidate everybody world wide.

We are the American Opposition to the regime in Washington. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who the puppet president is. We aren't fooled by the elections spectacle. We believe in voting but we know there is no amount of voting or letter writing that can overcome the various lobbies on Capitol Hill and certainly not the Deep State that took out President Kennedy.

We are aware that rogue elements in our society perpetrate false flag terrorism of different stripes for a variety of reasons. The powers that should not be thrive on terrorism and tension. They need it, just like they need their Drug War. But we understand that drug addiction is a public health issue that does not have military and correctional solutions.

We note the epidemic of mental illness and its link to mass murder. Restricting firearms will not solve this problem, either.

The time for the American Opposition is now. First step: Red Pill education.

These unthinkable weapons of war, these death dealing machines... belong to us, the people of the United States. We design them, we build them, we fly them and we pay very dearly for them. But we don't control where they fly and they aren't deployed for our benefit whosoever. There is a rotten regime in Washington that controls the levers of power at the Department of State, the Pentagon and elsewhere. This corrupt regime does the bidding of a foreign power and it abuses its authority to wage wars against peoples who never raised a hand against the United States. The regime in Washington abuses the awesome military might of the United States to commit atrocities, wage wars of aggression against weaker states and intimidate everybody world wide.

We are the American Opposition to the regime in Washington. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who the puppet president is. We aren't fooled by the elections spectacle. We believe in voting but we know there is no amount of voting or letter writing that can overcome the various lobbies on Capitol Hill and certainly not the Deep State that took out President Kennedy.

We are aware that rogue elements in our society perpetrate false flag terrorism of different stripes for a variety of reasons. The powers that should not be thrive on terrorism and tension. They need it, just like they need their Drug War. But we understand that drug addiction is a public health issue that does not have military and correctional solutions.

We note the epidemic of mental illness and its link to mass murder. Restricting firearms will not solve this problem, either.

The time for the American Opposition is now. First step: Red Pill education.

These unthinkable weapons of war, these death dealing machines... belong to us, the people of the United States. We design them, we build them, we fly them and we pay very dearly for them. But we don't control where they fly and they aren't deployed for our benefit whosoever. There is a rotten regime in Washington that controls the levers of power at the Department of State, the Pentagon and elsewhere. This corrupt regime does the bidding of a foreign power and it abuses its authority to wage wars against peoples who never raised a hand against the United States. The regime in Washington abuses the awesome military might of the United States to commit atrocities, wage wars of aggression against weaker states and intimidate everybody world wide.

We are the American Opposition to the regime in Washington. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who the puppet president is. We aren't fooled by the elections spectacle. We believe in voting but we know there is no amount of voting or letter writing that can overcome the various lobbies on Capitol Hill and certainly not the Deep State that took out President Kennedy.

We are aware that rogue elements in our society perpetrate false flag terrorism of different stripes for a variety of reasons. The powers that should not be thrive on terrorism and tension. They need it, just like they need their Drug War. But we understand that drug addiction is a public health issue that does not have military and correctional solutions.

We note the epidemic of mental illness and its link to mass murder. Restricting firearms will not solve this problem, either.

The time for the American Opposition is now. First step: Red Pill education.

Perry, who himself was forced through FBI threats and coercion to become an FBI informant, spent his career infiltrating black communities, organizations and political parties such as The Black Panthers, the Black Student Union and the Watts Writers Workshop, which he eventually burnt down under agency orders.

Perry eventually left the FBI after seven years, having personally been apart of the organization’s methodical intent to dampen any kind of social and political foothold blacks could gain in this country. Perry had had enough, with himself, his conscious and the systematic oppression of blacks in America through government funded means, so he came clean. It was that simple… he granted reknown investigative reporter, Gil Noble, access to any questions Noble had concerning the FBI, the agency’s anti-civil rights agenda, and its darkest secrets.

Perry went on to explain how Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, JFK, Robert Kennedy and various leaders of the Black Panter Party had all been killed at the hands of the FBI’s involvement in their affairs.

The thing that Perry stated that is so important we realize is, ‘its not just black political leaders that the FBI targets,’ its any Black person that rises to prominence that may have the social influence, money and resources to organize a group of people to action.

Hoover and FBI officials had enjoyed their control, their blanket power over minorities that was imposed through centuries of terror, racism, violence, slavery, fear and hyprocicy. It made them rich, it made them powerful. And any black individual that threatened that way of life immediately became a personal ‘threat’ that needed to be ‘watched.’

Perry’s hour and half interview is full of gems where he puts us on to how we can protect ourselves, our minds and our own platforms as minorities and everyday citizens. You should watch the whole thing sometime when you have time, even if you just have it on play in the background… ingest. Cause white power isn’t playing and neither should you.

In the meantime here are some take away highlights from Gil Noble’s 1980 interview of Darthard Perry. Take out your notes and get hip my children. Get hip and use it to your advantage.

#1). There are many black informants in your neighborhood. The FBI’s #1 means of action is getting someone inside you and your friend’s circle, preferably who are already part of the community. Many of these brothers and sisters are caught in a cycle of agency-laden threats, harassment and leverage, and are forced into being an informant, but nonetheless.

#2). The FBI comes for black prominence… period. Darthard spoke on how musicians and entertainers with influence are immediately persons of interest on the FBI’s radar. Don’t think you need to be Jesse Jackson or a Black Panther to become someone the FBI may deem a threat. If you’re black and making moves… know you’re game.

#3). The FBI may look to set you up for prison. Darthard explained multiple cases of Black Panther Party members who were imprisoned simply cause of being Panthers and prominent. They used murky situations to translate into definite prison sentences, or ‘the threat of prison’ to remove the subject. The same thing happened with Marcus Garvey and Assata Shakur, too much power and too black. Even though their cases were based on false pretenses, the agency set them up to either have to go to prison or get out of the country. Both took the latter.

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“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.

He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.

One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?

A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.

The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.

She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.

McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.

Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.

In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”

There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.

According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”

She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.

According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:

“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).

Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

“Not all slave masters abused their slaves – Some actually treated them like family and bore children by them, like the Mississippi plantation owner, William Hoover.
He had eight children by my Great Grandmother, Elizabeth Allen.
One of those children was my Grandfather William Allen, and one was his brother, Ivery Hoover, who later had one son; J. Edgar.” Millie McGhee, author of Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White?
A new book entitled Secrets Uncovered, J Edgar Hoover – Passing For White? has been published revealing that J Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI for most of its early history from 1924 until his death in 1972, had black ancestors.
The author, Millie McGhee is an African-American who says she was told as a little girl in McComb, Mississippi, USA, of her familles links with Hoover, described by the author Edward Spannaus, his article The Mysterious Origins of J. Edgar Hoover as “one of the most virulent racists to hold a top government position” in the USA in the 20th century.
She says that her grandfather told of her of a “very powerful” man in Washington who was related to the family but did not want the links to be known and passed himself off as white.
She reveals in her book that this man was Hoover, who was born in 1895, was apparently anxious that no one should know of his black origins.
McGhee, a former teacher in Los Angeles, contacted a genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah, for help in tracing her family’s history back over 200 years.
Her research shows that Hoover’s grandfather and great-grandfather lived in a segregated black area of Washington and were once classified in a census as “coloured”.
In the search of census records into the family of his father, Dickerson Naylor Hoover (who died in 1921 after a long illness) both the Hoover and Naylor families were living in areas of Washington D.C. – then itself a mostly segregated city – where blacks and whites were listed as living in close proximity.
Some of the white Hoover families had blacks living with them, not as servants, but blacks being of the same occupation, such as “butcher” or “clerk.”
There are also alterations and other oddities in a number of the Hoover family census records, and also in the racial listings which were then included in census records.
According to McGhee, her relatives were warned of “dire consequences” if they spoke publicly of his background. She said that as a little girl she believed that they would be killed if they mentioned the secret.
“Is this man so ashamed of his race that he would spend his whole life passing for white? . . . How has our race offended him ?”
She says that his obsession with the assassinated Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, stemmed in part from a repressed anger about his secret life.
Apparently, although members of the Hoover family have contacted her and said that they are not angry about the disclosures, McGhee’s own family were unhappy with her decision to go public, as, understandably, they never wanted to be associated with him.
According to Spannaus, apparently it was well-known both inside and outside the FBI, that there were rumours about Hoover’s possible black ancestry – which were widespread during his long reign.
There were also reports that Hoover deployed the FBI to track down who was behind rumours of his black ancestry – just as he did regarding rumours and reports about his homosexuality.
The American writer Gore Vidal, who grew up in Washington, D.C. in the 1930s, told the writer Anthony Summers that when:
“Hoover was becoming famous, and it was always said of him – in my family and around the city – that he was mulatto.”
“People said he came from a family that had “passed.’ It was the word they used for people of black origin who, after generations of inbreeding, have enough white blood to pass themselves off as white.”
“That’s what was always said about Hoover.” (Anthony Summers,Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, 1993).
Summers also found evidence that blacks referred to Hoover as “some kind of spook” and even “soul brother,” and realized that in some black communities in the eastern part of the USA, it was generally believed that Edgar had black roots.
Hoover’s ancestry was always a subject of speculation within the FBI, because of his lack of documented heritage that was always required when someone joined the FBI.
Wesley Swearingen, a former FBI Special Agent (from 1951 to 1977), and author of the 1995 book FBI Secrets: An Agent’s Exposé, said that it was always viewed as a mystery the lack of documented evidence on Hoover’s background:
“Because for all the FBI agents, they’d go back and check everything about your family, your relatives, and everything else, to make sure they’re squeaky clean . . . and here, the Director, and nobody knows really where he came from . . .”

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Juice Rap News is an internet based satirical news show, created in Melbourne, Australia by The Juice Media. The show was the creation of a duo, Hugo Farrant and Giordano Nanni, based in Australia and consists of a rapped "news report" with social commentary using comical rap lyrics. www.hpub.org

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