John Kaminski

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John Kaminski.

John Kaminski (born 1959) is an American writer and journalist, originally from Florida, who is best known for his works exposing Jewish supremacism in the world and as a critic of Talmudism. Kaminski previously edited several different newspapers as part of his journalist career, but became part of the Truth movement after looking into the events of 9/11 and coming to the conclusion that the government wasn't telling the truth about it. In his youth Kaminski was a hippie and an opponent of the Vietnam War. He coined the phrase destabilisation template. Thanks to the groundbreaking efforts of Kaminski, Fetcho, Giuliani and a few others from around 2008 onwards when many were still in the Alex Jones camp, the word "Jew" can now be used instead of "Zionist" in the alternative media.


  • America's Autopsy Report: A Collection of John Kaminski's Internet Essays
  • The Day America Died: Why You Shouldn't Believe the Official Story of What Happened on 911
  • The Perfect Enemy: John Kaminski's Internet Essays Vol. 2
  • Recipe for Extinction: John Kaminski's Internet Essays Vol. 3



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