Bogus info designed to discredit revisionist history

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  1. Scott

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    I just watched a few of these videos.
    https://rumble.com/c/c-5649851/videos

    Right away they seemed like some kind of debunker-food trap to discredit revisionist historians.


    Go to the 4:18 time mark of this video.

    Old World is Worldwide? | Part 5
    https://rumble.com/v2jn22a-old-world-is-worldwide-part-5.html

    The narrator says that the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco* probably wasn't built when we are told it was and that it was too difficult to build in that short amount of time so it's probably much older. With just a little research the scenario described in the video can be shown to be bogus.

    October 16, 1964 - the Palace of Fine Arts being demolished to be rebuilt with more durable materials and construction
    https://www.reddit.com/r/sanfrancisco/comments/w0v5v6/october_16_1964_the_palace_of_fine_arts_being/
    https://www.google.com/search?sca_e...IHHcN6BGUQ0pQJegQIDBAB&biw=1366&bih=647&dpr=1


    This guy new it was bogus when he posted it. All the videos in that channel page were probably a big project thought up by some public-relations agency hired by the government.

    I only watched a few of them so there might be a few truths mixed in but the above video shows an intent to deceive.


    *
    https://www.kqed.org/arts/11079113/three-plans-what-the-future-holds-for-the-palace-of-fine-arts
     

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