Alex Jones Show: Wednesday (5-9-12) – Douglas J. Hagmann –

On the Wednesday, May 9 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex talks with Douglas J. Hagmann, founder and director of the Northeast Intelligence Network. He is also the CEO of a private investigative agency serving a roster of Fortune 500 clients. Due to his expertise in covert surveillance and counter-terrorism, Mr. Hagmann has been used as an operational asset by the US Department of Justice, the FBI, as well as the Pennsylvania and New York State Police agencies. Earlier this month, Doug said high-level, reliable sources told him the Department of Homeland Security is preparing for “massive civil war” in America as a result of a collapse of the dollar and the hyperinflation that will result. Alex also continues his coverage of the Army’s re-education camps and the upcoming Bilderberg confab in Virginia. www.infowars.com prisonplanet.tv conspiracyscope.blogspot.com www.youtube.com Alex Jones Show Playlist: www.youtube.com

Virginia Union University: Virginia Union University Alumni, Douglas Wilder, Jeremiah Wright, Abram Lincoln Harris, Samuel L. Gravely, Jr.

Virginia Union University: Virginia Union University Alumni, Douglas Wilder, Jeremiah Wright, Abram Lincoln Harris, Samuel L. Gravely, Jr.

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Virginia Union University Alumni, Douglas Wilder, Jeremiah Wright, Abram Lincoln Harris, Samuel L. Gravely, Jr., Max Robinson, Randall Robinson, Pete Hunter, Will Downing, Roslyn Brock, Emmett C. Burns, Jr., Lyman T. Johnson, Delores Mcquinn, Leontine T. Kelly, Simeon Booker, Dwight Clinton Jones, James R. Roebuck, Jr., Richmond Theological Institute, Henry Allen Bullock. Excerpt: Richmond Theological Institute had its beginnings in November 1865 when the American Baptist Home Mission Society (ABHMS) sponsored Joseph Getchell Binney, formerly of Columbian College in Washington, DC , and later of Karen Theological Seminary in Rangoon , Burma , in a short-lived class in Richmond, VA for theological training of African-Americans.Around the same time, the National Theological Institute of Washington, DC was forming schools for ministerial training of freedmen in Washington and Augusta, GA . They sponsored Nathaniel Colver to form a school in Richmond, VA, which commenced in Lumpkin’s jail , formerly a slave trading facility, in late 1867. Robert Ryland was hired as an instructor the first year. Both Dr. Colver and Dr. Ryland resigned after one year, and in 1868, Charles Henry Corey was transferred from the Augusta Institute (which was later to become Morehouse College ) and commenced classes in October. At the recommendation of Dr. Ryland, a female instructor was hired at half the pay he had received. The school took the name Colver Institute in 1869. In 1870, the National Theological Institute was absorbed by the ABHMS, which carried on its work in Augusta and Richmond, and merged operations in Washington into its Wayland Seminary .A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Virginia Union University Virginia Union University (VUU) is a historically black university located in Ric…

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