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What We Do?

We are a historical podcast that attempts to decolonize history and debunk myths and misinformation taught to you in school and on corporate media. Every week, we will have one free newsletter, one exclusive newsletter for subscribers only, a podcast episode and a bonus episode for subscribers only.

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What do Subscribers get?

  • A weekly subscriber-only companion reader with the podcasts that gives you first hand sources, interesting tidbits and in-depth analysis.

  • Access to all the archives and podcasts

  • A weekly subscriber-only reader

  • Sporadic Project Memory updates (Since the election of Trump, neocons have been rehabilitated, we think its dangerous, so we will be reminding people who these neocons are)

    and More!

Where to find our podcast?


Esha Krishnaswamy is a podcast host and an expert at sniffing out color revolutions. She likes to focus on anti-imperialism, history and whatever else gets her attention. She has bylines in FAIR and The Greyzone
Jeff Epstein
Uncaptured Media
Investigative journalism, edited by Dan Cohen.
Benjamin Norton
Ben Norton is a journalist, writer, and filmmaker. He is the assistant editor of The Grayzone
Robert Granniss
I make minute adjustments to recorded material no one will ever be aware of. I engineer the podcast historic_ly
M. Fergus Gabhainn
Dialectical and historical materialism.
Simon Fairlie
Simon Fairlie Simon Fairlie worked for 20 years variously as an agricultural labourer, vineworker, shepherd, fisherman, builder and stonemason before being ensnared by the computer in 1990. He is the author of two books: Meat: A Benign Extravagance