Masks Beget Masks: A TL for Vigilantes

Will they make the first console, the Diamondclover? Also, Tennis For Two is an arcade machine, am I right?
I am guessing RCA would manufacture it, and yes it would be an arcade machine. Sadly, over time, organized crime will try to exploit the addiction:

March 10, 1964: (insert state here) passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor (insert name here) cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

October 18, 1968 : (insert name here) arcade opens in Las Vegas, Nevada becoming one of the most popular spots on the Strip, sparking international attention,...

June 10, 1973: (insert name here) arcade in Atlantic is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

November 5, 1974: (insert state here) passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor (insert name here) cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

February 5, 1977: Congressional officials (insert names here) call for the establishment of a federal commission to regulate video games, sparking international attention,...

June 7, 1977: Congress led by Speaker (insert name here) passes the National Gaming Act, establishing the (insert name here) to regulate video games and arcades, sparking national controversy,...

November 21, 1980: (insert name here) arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

February 10, 1981: (insert name here) arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...
 
Okay, fine. At least this TL's almost done:

I am guessing RCA would manufacture it, and yes it would be an arcade machine. Sadly, over time, organized crime will try to exploit the addiction:

March 10, 1964: Nevada passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor Randall Salazar cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

October 18, 1968: Funbrain Arcade arcade opens in Las Vegas, Nevada becoming one of the most popular spots on the Strip, sparking international attention,...

June 10, 1973: Fubarcade arcade in Atlantic is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

November 5, 1974: Michigan passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor Cody Harper cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

February 5, 1977: Congressional officials Benjamin Ortega and Nathaniel Mitchell call for the establishment of a federal commission to regulate video games, sparking international attention,...

June 7, 1977: Congress led by Speaker Humbert Harrett passes the National Gaming Act, establishing the Codes Of Conduct to regulate video games and arcades, sparking national controversy,...

November 21, 1980: Merriscore Game Hall arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

February 10, 1981: Starcade arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...
 
Oh come on man, I thought we were past this.
Don't worry, there are a bunch of things that will make things interesting:

April 26, 1971: European CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation introduces the (insert game console), placing Europe firmly in the "Console Wars",...

July 1, 1979: European CEO (insert name here) introduces the (insert name here) portable game console, considered the "Ferrari of game consoles" in (insert place here) , sparking international attention,...

November 19, 1987: European CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation dies in (insert place here) triggering a massive financial crisis,...

December 16, 1988: European CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation unveils the (insert name here) game console, with the games (insert 2-3 titles here)

February 17, 1990: Under the leadership of European CEO (insert name here) , the (insert name here) Corporation emerges as one of the chief gaming companies in Western Europe in (insert place here),...

December 3, 1994: European (insert name here) Corporation unveils the (insert name here) game console in (insert place here) , with the game titles (insert 2-3 names here) sparking international attention,...

November 4, 2010: European CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation, orders the complete removal of images of super model/ actress (insert name here) from advertising and games, after a messy divorce,...

November 24, 2014: East German hackers dubbed (insert name here) hack into (insert here) gaming corporation in (insert place here), releasing bootleg copies of the games (insert 2-3 titles here), sparking international attention,...
 
Well, here you go then:
Don't worry, there are a bunch of things that will make things interesting:

April 26, 1971: European CEO Sir Clive Sinclair of the Sinclair Corporation introduces the Amstrad, placing Europe firmly in the "Console Wars",...

July 1, 1979: European CEO Adam Potter of Ocean Technologies introduces the "Chimera" portable game console, considered the "Ferrari of game consoles" in Europe, sparking international attention,...

November 19, 1987: European CEO Sir Clive Sinclair of the Sinclair Corporation dies in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK triggering a massive financial crisis,...

December 16, 1988: European CEO Maximus Hutchinson of Ocean Technologies unveils the "Crystalstation" game console, with the games 4 Hero, Besiege, and Monica Payne's Alien Harvest

February 17, 1990: Under the leadership of European CEO Dante Cunningham, the Moonblossom Entertainment Corporation emerges as one of the chief gaming companies in Western Europe in London, England, UK,...

December 3, 1994: European Ocean Technologies unveils the "Crystalstation II" game console in New York City, New York, with the game titles Tales of Phantasia, Bulletborne, and Fleetland, sparking international attention,...

November 4, 2010: European CEO Gaspard Bouchard of the Infogrames Corporation, orders the complete removal of images of super model/actress Thelma Barlow from advertising and games, after a messy divorce,...

November 24, 2014: East German hackers dubbed "Commodore" hack into Psygnosis gaming corporation in Liverpool, England, UK, releasing bootleg copies of the games Rollcage: World Class, Hired Guns, and Dynaspace, sparking international attention,...
 
Well, here you go then:
In the mean time, here are the PODs for Japan to make sure things stay different:

January 1, 1969: Japanese CEO (insert name here) establishes (insert name here) Corporation in Tokyo, Japan, placing Japan in the "Console Race" against the United States,...

March 7, 1970: Japanese (insert name here) Corporation unveils the (insert name here) game console) with the game titles (insert 2-3 names here) sparking international attention,...

November 23, 1983: Japanese CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation announces the product recall of the (insert name here) game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

April 16, 1989: Japanese CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation announces the product recall of the (insert name here) game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

February 22, 1990: Japanese CEO (insert name here) of (insert name here) Corporation unveils its (insert name here) game console, sparking international attention,...

November 2, 2015: (insert name here) Corporation led by CEO (insert name here) is implicated scandal in gamer customer records and data was stolen, sparking international attention in (insert place here),...

November 14, 2016: In a controversial move, CEO (insert name here) of the (insert name here) Corporation announces that he will be constructing (insert name here) game consoles in (insert place here), China, sparking international criticism,...

February 28, 2020: (insert name here), CEO of (insert name here) announces the purchase of the (insert name here) Corporation in a hostile takeover in Tokyo, Japan,...
 
Here are a few PODs to flag what is happening in Korea:

February 1, 1974: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon visits the White House, proclaiming the need for Korean unification in Washington D.C.,...

May 13, 1978: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon visits London, meeting British leaders in an effort to support the cause of Korean unification, ....

March 24, 1980: Anti-military draft riots erupt in Washington D.C. over military deployments into Central America, sparking international attention,...

October 15, 1981: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon is overthrown in a military coup in Seoul, amidst accusations of corruption, sparking international attention,....

April 19, 1985: Demonstrations are held in Seoul, South Korea calling for the restoration of President Sun Myung Moon, sparking political tensions across the Pacific Rim,....

August 24, 1992: In a disturbing development, President Sun Myung Moon proclaims his messiahood in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

May 1, 1994 : South Korea under Sun Myung Moon and North Korea announce political and economic reunification in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 6, 1999: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon calls for political reform of the United Nations in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

March 23, 2004: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon is awarded the "Crown of Peace" by Korean leaders in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

September 2, 2012: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon dies at his home in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...
 
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In the mean time, here are the PODs for Japan to make sure things stay different:

January 1, 1969: Japanese CEO Takumi Sugimoto establishes Service Games (SEGA Corporation) in Tokyo, Japan, placing Japan in the "Console Race" against the United States,...

March 7, 1970: Japanese company Kosumi Corporation unveils the "Spectre" game console, with the game titles Mortalrite, Phantasy Star, and Ryu's Grand Adventure, sparking international attention,...

November 23, 1983: Japanese CEO Ichirou Sugiyama of the SEGA Corporation announces the product recall of the "Mercury" game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

April 16, 1989: Japanese CEO Hotaka Nakamoto of the SEGA Corporation announces the product recall of the "Jupiter" game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

February 22, 1990: Japanese CEO Mayumi Yoshinaga of Kosumi Corporation unveils its "Hyper Core" game console, sparking international attention,...

November 2, 2015: SEGA Corporation led by CEO Hisashi Nagamine is implicated scandal in gamer customer records and data was stolen in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention,....

November 14, 2016: In a controversial move, CEO Akane Umemoto of the Kosumi Corporation announces that he will be constructing "Thunder" game consoles in Shanghai, China, sparking international criticism,...

February 28, 2020: Nori Taguchi, CEO of Sammy Holdings announces the purchase of the Kosumi Corporation in a hostile takeover in Tokyo, Japan,...
Are we there yet?
 
Are we there yet?
Pretty much, I will be wrapping things up around here. I am pleasantly surprised at the amount of detail achieved. Although I am curious as to see what happened to Asia...

Here are some PODs to continue messing with Asian history:

April 28, 1964: Ahn Sahng Ong launches protests calling for Korean reunification in Busan as a "Christian revolution ", sparking international attention and concern,...

February 23, 1985: Ahn Sahng Ong, political supporter of former President Sun Myung Moon dies under mysterious conditions in Busan, sparking international attention and concern,.

March 22, 1985: Zahng Gil-jah launches political protests in Busan calling for the political restoration of Sun Myung Moon, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 2, 1985: Followers of Ahn Sahng Ong launches political protests in Busan calling for the political restoration of Sun Myung Moon, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 17, 1995: Korean President Hak Ja Han praises former President Sun Myung Moon for his political efforts at Korean reunification in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

March 20, 1999: Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is publicly accused by 100+ women of sexual misconduct and abuse in Seoul, sparking political tensions across the Pacific Rim,...

June 30, 2001: Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is a accused of multiple affairs, sparking calls for his immediate resignation in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 23, 2006: Former Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is arrested in Hong Kong amidst reports of sexual misconduct and abuse, sparking international attention and concern,...
 
Here are some PODs for South Vietnam to show that Southeast Asia is different:

May 23, 1975: South Vietnamese government proclaims the end of Communist insurgency in Saigon, South Vietnam, sparking international attention and concern ,...

February 17- March 16, 1979: Chinese backed People's Liberation Army (PLA) launch an invasion of North Vietnam, devastating Hanoi, and triggering a humanitarian crisis as refugees flood across the border into South Vietnam,...

November 8, 1979: Fighting erupts between Thailand and Cambodia, with Thai military officials reporting Chinese military forces at Nong Chan, escalating military and political tensions across the region,...

June 23, 1980: North Vietnamese military forces are implicated in the massacre of refugees at Ban Non Mak Mon, Thailand, fueling anti-Communist sentiment in the region,...

October 14, 1986: Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) military forces launch forces into North Vietnam after mortar bombardment at Vi Xuyen, sparking international attention, ...

October 5, 1987: Chinese military forces report attacks from North Vietnam at Longzhou, Guangxi, fueling fears of an escalating military conflict in the region,...

April 26, 1989: Paris Peace Agreement; China, the United States, Soviet Union, France and Japan announce 6 -Power talks between South Vietnam and North Vietnam ,...

January 3, 2009: Anh Qang Cao is elected as president on a liberal reform platform in Saigon, South Vietnam, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 1, 2014: Janet Q. Nguyen leads the call for political reform during elections in Saigon, South Vietnam sparking international attention ,...

July 24, 2019: Vietnamese pop singer Truc Ho leads the call for political reform sparking international attention and concern across the region,...
 
Something completely nonsequiter, I certainly like how the ATL is definitely not a "homage" of Cyberpunk 2020:

 
Here are a few PODs is not in a bloody civil war or torn by secession as seen in every other ATL:

August 11, 2001: Chinese government officials establish the Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau in Beijing and Shanghai, featuring registered vigilantes including (insert 2-3 names here),...

June 27, 2009: World Luxury Association is formed in Beijing, China by former U.S. Secretary of State (insert name here), much to the embarrassment of White House officials,...

April 17, 2010: Iron Fist Campaign; Chinese Health Minister (insert name here) launches a mass sterilization campaign starting in major cities, sparking international attention,...

March 15, 2011: (insert title here) video game by (insert name here) sparks controversy with the United States being divided between Communist China and the Soviet Union,...

November 20, 2012: Chinese Foreign Minister (insert name here) is arrested in (insert place here) after taking multiple "sex bribes", sparking international attention,...

November 21, 2012: (insert title here) film starring (insert 2-3 names here) features East Germany triggering a takeover of the globe with an EMP blast,...

March 19, 2013: Chinese President Bo Xilai and Chinese celebrities (insert 2-3 names here), sparking international attention and concern,...

June 17, 2019: (insert name here) shocks the world, with hackers (insert 2-3 names here) , exposing the Chinese campaign of organ harvesting of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang, before the United Nations in New York City,...

November 16, 2019: Chinese Communist Party leaders (insert 2-3 names here) are forced to resign amidst reports of organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international attention,...

November 24, 2019: Chinese government officials including ( insert 2-3 names here) resign abruptly, after being linked to organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international outrage,...
 
I thought you were done

Here are a few PODs is not in a bloody civil war or torn by secession as seen in every other ATL:

August 11, 2001: Chinese government officials establish the Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau in Beijing and Shanghai, featuring registered vigilantes including Meilin Dong, Shu Lei, and Wenyan Tao,...

June 27, 2009: World Luxury Association is formed in Beijing, China by former U.S. Secretary of State Howard Thornton, much to the embarrassment of White House officials,...

April 17, 2010: Iron Fist Campaign; Chinese Health Minister Qingzhao Huang launches a mass sterilization campaign starting in major cities, sparking international attention,...

March 15, 2011: Homefront video game by Maximum Games sparks controversy with the United States being divided between Communist China and the Soviet Union,...

November 20, 2012: Chinese Foreign Minister Wenyan Wan is arrested in Beijing after taking multiple "sex bribes", sparking international attention,...

November 21, 2012: The Division film starring Ingram Burton, Benedict Garza, and Vanessa Sarratt features East Germany triggering a takeover of the globe with an EMP blast,...

March 19, 2013: Chinese President Bo Xilai kills Chinese celebrities Shao Daiyu, Qiao Cuifen, and Lin Shuchun, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 17, 2019: Project Black shocks the world, with hackers Willa Watkins and Hadwin Barton, exposing the Chinese campaign of organ harvesting of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang, before the United Nations in New York City,...

November 16, 2019: Chinese Communist Party leaders Xiaodan Qian, Weisheng Ma, and Tengfei Feng are forced to resign amidst reports of organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international attention,...

November 24, 2019: Chinese government officials including Jiaying Zou, Baozhai Qiao, and Shanyuan Qiao resign abruptly, after being linked to organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international outrage,...
 
Here are some PODs to flag China and Korea in the ATL:

May 12, 1982: South Korean President Lee Chol-Hui and First Lady Jang Yeong-ja promote foreign investment with leaders from the United States

March 13, 2012: Korean leaders announce the introduction of biometric driven cameras and drones as means to "combat crime ", shocking civil libertarians, but generally accepted by the public at large,...

December 25, 2012: Choi Soon-sil is elected as the first female President of Korea, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 21, 2017: Culture Minister Cho Yoon-sun launches a blacklist of all former Communist Party members and those "critical" of the government, shocking human rights activists,...

April 16, 2018: Korean President Choi Soon-sil is forced to resign amidst reports of "opinion rigging" via computer hacking, sparking international attention and concern,...
 
Here is the twelfth draft of the ATL:

POD: August 8, 1925,.... The Ku Klux Klan marched with impunity across Pennsylvania Avenue, and in front of the White House. It would be ironic to note that this event, would actually serve as the inspiration for the rise of vigilantes and superheroes in the United States and across the globe. Causing massive changes in race relations to political realities....

September 20, 1927: British psychiatrists A.J. Rosanoff of Oxford University details cases of vigilantes as "gender norm contrarians" , claiming that vigilantes as being mentally disturbed individuals,...

April 12, 1929: Tiburon Entertainment is founded as Feline Follies Productions in Tiburon, California by Pat Sullivan to initially produce sound cartoons for his creation, Felix the Cat,....

June 15, 1929: 4 Devils horror film directed by F.W. Murnau, starring Mary Duncan and Janet Gaynor, makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

October 1, 1930: British troops crush nationalist uprising in Weihaiwei, Shandong, China, fueling diplomatic tensions between Great Britain and the Chinese Republic,...

April 9, 1931: Scottsboro Lynchings; 3 African-American teens are brutally beaten, emasculated, burned and hanged alive, amidst accusations of raping white women, sparking international attention,...

July 31, 1931: Nelson Barker takes up the role of the vigilante "Mr. Actionable" in Los Angeles, California attracting the attention of the press and law enforcement officials, sparking international attention,....

March 6, 1932: Matsala Border War; Finnish officials led by President Per Evind Svinhufvud accuse the Soviets of backing the Lapualiike Movement in Helsinki, Finland, fueling tensions in the region,...

April 11, 1932: African-American newspaper The Clarion Call of New York City, New York, detail the rise of vigilantes, citing their actions in the South, as a direct response to Klan activity,...

May 5, 1932: The Fighters of the Impossible animated film starring Michael Barrett and produced by Feline Follies Productions, the first non-Felix the Cat production by the company, makes its hit debut,....

May 12, 1932: Charles Lindbergh Jr., is rescued by vigilante Nelson "Mr. Actionable" Barker from kidnapper Richard Hauptmann in Hopwell, New Jersey, sparking international attention,...

13 May 1932, outraged by the kidnapping of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr, Kentucky policeman Raylan Crowder adopts the identity of Colonel Flagg (with a suit inspired by the Stars & Bars) to catch criminals he believes are above the law. To help avoid detection, instead of a firearm, he adopts improvised incendiary & explosive devices (one a magnesium disk that can be thrown like a baseball, with an glass vial of acid at its center, the other with a charge of black powder), as well as crude defensive measures (such as a cut-down leather football helmet under his cowl & homemade light chainmail).

May 20, 1932: Vigilante Jean Galland (a.k.a. "Fantomas") terrorizes the population of Paris, France as the self-proclaimed "King of Crime", sparking international attention,...

December 22-24, 1933: Residents of Haymakertown, Virginia report strange attacks by an alleged vigilante "masked gasser", sparking national attention,...

June 26, 1934: U.S. Congress passes the National Minuteman Act (NMA) in an effort to regulate importation and interstate activity of vigilantes, sparking national attention,...

June 28, 1934: Rodolfo Guzman Huerta a.k.a. "El Santo", emerges in the Guerrero district of Mexico City, Mexico, becoming one of the first "masked avengers" outside of the United States, sparking international attention,....

February 14, 1935: Mister Galaxy animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring Neville Lawrence as the titular character, an alien vigilante protecting the human race from hostile threats, makes its hit debut,....

March 1, 1935: The Greek government is overthrown in a military coup led by General Sophoklis Venizelos in Athens, sparking international international attention,....

March 19, 1935: Harlem Riots; White vigilantes beat and kill 17-year old Lino Rivera after he is accused of shoplifting in Harlem, New York; Riots erupt over the brutal killing of the teenager,...

February 17, 1936: Maxime Leandres takes up the role of the vigilante "Master Macaw" in Marseille, France, attracting the attention of the press and law enforcement officials, sparking international attention,....

December 10, 1936: British King Edward VIII marries divorced American heiress Wallis Simpson in London, sparking international attention and controversy, ...

January 31, 1937: Federación de las Milicias Unidas group led by Ricardo "Captain Asombroso" Cabeza is formed in Albacete, Spain as "international volunteer militias" in the Spanish Civil War, sparking international attention and concern,....

February 14, 1937: Mister Galaxy II animated film produced by Feline Follies Productions and starring Matilda Lawson as the offspring of the protagonist of the first film, makes its hit debut,....

March 3, 1939: Crusader Kings starring Arnold Anderson makes its hit debut, becoming the first "Crusader" films, utilizing modern symbols the pre-World War II era, to illustrate support for the government,...

August 1, 1939: Korean forces establish the "Righteous Army" led by Dae-Jung Tae at Eulmi, Korea in an effort to resist Japanese forces, sparking international attention and concern,....

February 2, 1940: Rashmi Pandey takes up the role of the vigilante "Phurteela Prakaash" in New Delhi, India, becoming the first recognized female vigilante, sparking international attention and concern,....

June 19, 1940: Failed assassination attempt against British King Edward VIII by Nazi agent Walter Schellenberg in Lisbon, Portugal fueling tensions worldwide,....

July 14, 1940: Jesus Velazquez Quintero establishes the first meeting of "masked avengers" from across the globe in Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention,....

January 23, 1941: Horia Sima, backed by Allies,r overthrows Axis -backed government of Ion Antoescu in Bucharest, Romania, sparking international attention,...

December 8, 1941: Allied forces organize a "volunteer militia" dubbed "Valkyrie" led by Dae-Jung Tae as a means to conduct guerrilla operations against the Japanese in Manila, Philippines, sparking international attention,...

December 20, 1941: Allied forces form a volunteer force dubbed the "Mission Task Force" at Mingaladon, China, under the command of Hu Wen, under the request of General Chiang Kai-shek, attacking Japanese forces throughout China,...

May 25, 1942 - New York City: The two colorful masked vigilantes Captain Liberty and Patriot make their first public appearance after helping the FBI smash an Italian espionage ring operating on the docks of New York. A statement by J. Edgar Hoover while denying that either vigilante is a member of the FBI also praises them for their aid in the hunting down of suspected Nazi and Fascist spies.

June 14, 1942 Captain Liberty and Patriot succeed in rounding up the German agents in New York City who are part of Operation Pastorius. How Captain Liberty and Patriot learned of the plot before the FBI did was not revealed until official records were opened in 1995. Admiral Canaris, determined to ensure the failure of the Operation all the while training the agents for it acts as a double agent and attempted to send information across the border from agents in Canada to the FBI Bureau. The information however was not considered to be "credible" by FBI agents who received it. The agent then, proceeded to contact Captain Liberty and Patriot via their burgeoning Liberty Legion, a network of contacts in New York City used by the duo to gain information on illicit activities. In a series of nighttime raids the German agents are captured and one of them George Dasch agrees to provide evidence against the rest of his team mates in return for a reduced sentence and sanctuary in the United States. In addition thanks to the efforts of Liberty and Patriot the second team of saboteurs is intercepted shortly after they land off of the Carolina coast.

July 20, 1942: Hans Steinkampf, Temmler Pharmaceuticals, of Germany introduces an super soldier drug called "Adamantium" which enhances solders' capabilities to maximize exertion of physical activity and pain threshold while minimizing the need for sleep,...

November 1, 1942: Battle of Moscow; Soviet capital collapses, Stalin and Soviet political leaders are evacuated from the city. Nazi forces led by Heinrich Himmler credit the use and deployment of forces utilizing "Adamantium", sparking international attention and concern,...

December 10, 1942: Allied forces establish a private army dubbed "Ultra MK" led by Marwan Asfour and John Wells at El Alamein, Egypt, fueling morale and support,....

March 1, 1943: Squadron Leader X British war film starring Eric Portman and Ann Dvorak, promotes the role of "vigilante soldiers" in helping advance the Allied cause,...

June 5, 1943: Dirk Danger animated film starring Jack Kirby, Georgette Duncan, and Carl Ramsey and produced by Feline Follies Productions, presents the story of the titular character fighting against homegrown fascism in his hometown, Cactus City (a.k.a. Denver), Colorado,....

June 20, 1943: Detroit Riots; White vigilantes torch African-American neighborhoods amidst reports that African-American teens had verbally abused white females,...

August 1, 1943: Harlem Riots; African-American vigilante Robert Bandy (a.k.a. "The Black Spade") is brutally shot and killed by police, after he had arrested and captured a woman for "drunk and disorderly conduct",

October 21, 1943: Port Blair Declaration; India (a.k.a. "Azad Hind") under Subhas Chandra Bose declares war against the United States and Great Britain, backed by Japan and Germany, sparking international attention,....

June 6, 1944: D-Day Invasion; American vigilantes Glen Kennedy and Linden Howard are killed almost immediately during landings in Normandy due to the bright nature of their costumes, causing a public relations disaster,...

July 20, 1944: American vigilante Nelson "Mr. Actionable" Barker assassinates Adolph Hitler at the Wolf's Lair in Rastenburg, East Prussia, effectively triggering a massive succession crisis within the Nazi Party, and halting the Nazi advancement,...

August 31, 1944: Residents of Matoon, Illinois report strange attacks by an alleged vigilante "masked gasser", sparking national attention,...

December 25, 1944: EAM Greek Resistance bomb at Hotel Grand Bretagne kills British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Athens, sparking international attention and concern,..

May 5, 1945: Japanese forces deploy Fu-Go balloons, containing anthrax, in an effort to delay the inevitable collapse of Japan, triggering the outbreak of the disease across the Pacific Rim,...

September 28, 1945: Philadelphia Riots; Riots erupt in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after 635+ people die from the "Japanese Plague", spread after exposure at a V-J rally, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 6, 1945: Health officials in Ankara, Turkey, report an outbreak of the "Japanese Plague" citing the spread through poultry, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 7, 1945: Health officials in Bucharest, Romania report an outbreak of the "Japanese Plague" citing the spread through poultry, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 23, 1945: Ministry of Health officials in London, England , report an outbreak of the "Japanese Plague" citing the spread through wild birds, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 21, 1945: Fillmore Riots; Japanese-Americans returning from internment camps in San Francisco, become the subject of violent lynching and civil unrest, as anti-Japanese sentiment reaches new heights, sparking international attention,....

December 2, 1945: Ukraine Outbreak; Health officials in Lvov, Ukraine SSR report an outbreak of the "Japanese Plague" citing the spread through poultry, sparking international attention and concern, yet Soviet officials deny that the outbreak is as severe as reported,....

December 27, 1945: Health officials in Boston, Massachusetts, report c. 454+ deaths caused by the Japanese plague, sparking international attention and concern,....

January 20, 1946: Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon McKenzie King passes legislation ordering the mandatory reporting of the "Japanese Plague" in Ottawa, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 25, 1946: British military forces are deployed into Amman, Jordan, amidst Hashemite violence in the region, sparking anti-colonialist protests,...

December 14, 1946: U.S. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes announces the purchase of Greenland from Danish Prime Minister Gustav Rasmussen, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 27, 1947: Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Pasteur Institute estimate c. 50-75 million people killed including Emperor Hirohito and Kōnosuke Matsushita by the "Japanese Plague", sparking international attention,...

January 27, 1947: Republicans led by Senator Josiah Marvel (R-DE) condemn the purchase of Greenland as "Byrnes' Waste", sparking national attention and concern,...

March 12, 1948: Latino/ Chicano vigilante Alejandro Munoz Moreno (a.k.a. "Demonio Azul") makes his debut in Laredo, Texas, along the U.S./ Mexico border, sparking international and concern,....

June 19, 1948: American Defense League (ADL) is founded by Robert W. Welch Jr., as "a nationwide movement" to "oppose the spread of Jewish Communism" and "stop the spread of degenerate beliefs",....

January 11, 1949: U.S. Army announces the successful development of a "Japanese Plague" vaccine in Fort Meade, Maryland, sparking international attention and concern,....

June 8, 1949: Inventor David Sharpe (a.k.a. "Rocket Ranger") of Santa Monica, California unveils his "rocket belt", displaying its capability for the U.S. military,....

April 8, 1950: FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover is formally dismissed after OSS officials present White House officials with "damning photos" in Washington D.C.; Eliot Ness is appointed FBI Director, sparking international attention,...

May 9, 1950: The Metahuman Project by pop psychologist Calvin Becker claims that through the power of meditation, one can "manifest powers of the next level" becoming a major bestseller,...

May 14, 1950: Shell Scott right-wing vigilante pulp novels by Richard S. Prather, follows the adventures of the vigilante detective in Los Angeles, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 19, 1950: American vigilantes Benedict "Razor Rain" Wintringham, Josh "Joshua" Webber, and Harold Walker are deployed into the Korean War, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 16, 1951: Argentinean dictator President Juan Peron announces the detonation of a nuclear weapon at La Isla Huemul, Patagonia, fueling international attention and concern,...

March 9, 1951: Pakistani General Akbar Khan launches a military coup in Islamabad, fueling ethnic and sectarian violence throughout India, forcing the deployment of British military forces to the region,...

March 24, 1951: President Juan Peron warns world leaders of his intent to develop and manufacture nuclear weapons in a speech in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international attention,...

April 11, 1951: In a major blow for U.S. morale, American vigilante Harold Walker of Grand Rapids, Michigan, after months of torture begins pro-Communist radio broadcasts under the moniker "Red Rapid", sparking international attention,...

June 7, 1951: World Supernatural Authority is established by pop psychologist Aubrey Mcbride in Seattle, Washington in an effort to "manifest metahuman powers",...

June 25, 1951: Who's Whose (CBS-TV) game show, hosted by Phil Baker, starring Robin Chandler, Basil Davenport and Emily Kimbrough , makes its hit debut,...

August 31, 1951: Eddie Frazier (R-NY) launches Congressional hears regarding vigilantes and organized crime in Washington D.C., Joseph McCarthy claims a "Soviet plot",...

February 6, 1952: Prince George, brother King Edward VIII, dies in London, sparking international attention and concern, fueling tensions within the British Royal Family,...

July 11, 1952: Gerald L.K. Smith leads "Silver Shirts" storming the Republican National Convention in New York City, New York, claiming Dwight D. Eisenhower is a pawn of "Jewish Bolsheviks",....

July 30, 1952: The Unholy War Crusader film starring Fleur Masson captures the post-war European zeitgeist, detailing the trauma of various characters as they face the threat of "the Mongol horde",....

September 18, 1952: Actor Charlie Chaplin is stabbed by vigilante Damian Townsend in San Diego, California, amidst accusations of being an alleged Communist sympathizer and "secret Jew",...

January 13, 1953: Soviet officials led by Boris Dmitriev announce the arrest of vigilante Roger "Dragvandil" Howe in an alleged plot to assassinate Premier Joseph Stalin in Moscow,...

March 9, 1954: Journalist Edward R. Murrow is placed under house arrest for his active defiance of the rising "Blue Scare" led by Joseph McCarthy, Andrew Jackson, and Garrick Davidson, sparking international attention,...

April 19, 1954: Frederic Wertham testifies to Congress about the mental instability of vigilantes, citing the cases of Fletcher Dinwiddie, Don "Dominic" Wise, Wynne "Superwoman" Pierce, and Lizzie Roffe, recommending a ban on comic books and similar materials,..

May 1, 1954: Sun Myung-Moon is elected president of South Korea in Seoul, proclaiming a Christian populist platform, sparking international attention,...

July 11, 1954: Pop psychologist Melinda Jackson claims that the FBI under J. Edgar Hoover, is "actively brainwashing the American people", sparking international attention,...

July 18, 1954: U.S. President Strom Thurmond orders the deployment of troops into Guatemala in an effort to "prevent the spead of Communist insurgency ", sparking international attention,...

August 5, 1954: Brazilian President Carlos Lacerdo and Vice-President Eduardo Gomes successfully resist a military coup attempt against the government in Rio de Janeiro, ...

April1, 1955: Sylvia Dotson takes up the role of the vigilante "Miss Melee" in Tallahassee, Florida emerges as the first "Hero of the Television Age" attracting the attention of the press and law enforcement officials, sparking international attention,....

August 28, 1955: Vigilantes kill Emmett Till in Money, Mississippi, amidst claims that the boy had "wolf-whistled" a white woman, sparking international attention and concern,...

October 3, 1955: Arsène Lupin live-action television series by Feline Follies Productions, starring, Gustave Salmon, Henrietta Brooks, and Tommy Pearson makes its hit debut,...

October 4, 1955: Austrian scientist Ronald Richter is honored by Argentinean officials as a "national hero" citing his work in nuclear weapons development,...

January 16, 1956: Alaska Mental Health Enabling Act is passed by Congress, fueling conspiracy theories about Alaska being used in a Jewish/ Roman Catholic/ United Nations-led conspiracy in Washington D.C.,...

February 21, 1956: Whote Citizens Council (WCC) of Birmingham, Alabama accuses Jewish groups of working with the "Negro bloc", to organize boycotts across the South,...

March 20, 1956: Finnish officials led Prime Minister Urho Kekkonen report Soviet military incursions into Finnish territory to aid SAK labor union militias in Helsinki,...

April 6, 1956: Colonel Ramon Barquin overthrows President Fulgencio Batista in a military coup in Havana, Cuba, sparking international attention,...

May 26, 1956: The Seventh Seal Cruader film directed by Georgine Lapointe is credited with transforming actor Fleur Masson into a European household name,...

July 30, 1956: The Nation of Vengeance directed by Wallace Aronsfeld, starring Bette Davis, openly challenges the "Blue Scare", leading to the film being banned in many areas until 1985,....

October 16, 1956: Franz Josef Strauss is elected as West German Chancellor, citing a populist/ far-right platform in Bonn, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 14, 1957: Vigilante Sylvia Dotson (a.k.a. "Miss Melee") guest stars on the TV show The Gary Pompeo Show starring Gary Pompeo, fueling huge TV viewer ratings,....

March 15, 1957: Shillingford Report; Political report by Joseph McCarthy, Laurence Shillingford, and Andrew Jackson asserts that "Jewish and homosexual persons have allowed the infiltration of American government..."

April 8, 1957: Mayor Franz Jonas of Vienna, Austria accuses Jewish people of supporting Soviet actions, sparking international attention and concern,....

April 20, 1957: Empire State Bombing (a.k.a. the 4/20 attacks); two airplanes driven by communist sympathizers hit the Empire State Building, 25 killed, 78 Injured, setting fire to 3 stories of the famed skyscraper, causing nationwide panic and trama,....

April 23, 1957 President Strom Thurmond blames the 4/20 attacks on "Jewish Bolshevism and their degenerate slaves" along with "their negro and sand-nigger allies" starting the First Blue Scare, gaining condemnation by the international community,....

May 17, 1957: 30,000 protesters led Martin Luther King Jr., A. Philip Randolph, and Ella Baker lead a "Prayer Pilgrimage " outside the White House, only to be beaten and arrested by Capital police in Washington D.C., sparking international attention,...

November 4, 1957: Joshua Haberman leads Antifascist Action (a.k.a. Antifa) of Minneapolis, Minnesota in an effort to protect Jewish communities during the 'Blue Scare',....

November 14, 1957: Battle of Apalachin; Vigilantes crash a Mafia convention of organized crime leaders in Apalachin, New York, sparking international attention,...

November 21, 1957: Japanese vigilante Hideki Oshima is linked to the Kobe Geinosha (Kobe Performing Arts Promotion) a cover operation for the Yamaguchi Clan of the Yakuza, in Tokyo, Sparking international attention and concern,....

February 18, 1958: Wrathhog drug developed by Blizzard Manufacturing Company is released into the public, with Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approval in Washington D.C., granting "super soldier" abilities to civilians, and promoted as an enhancement for vigilantes,...

April 14, 1958 : George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party says "the words 'racism' and 'sexism' is invented by Jewish Communists to undermine the White European race" during a debate with Elijah Muhammad, Nation of Islam, at Columbia University,....

April 28, 1958: Bombingham; Bobby Frank Cherry bombs the Temple Beth-El in Birmingham, Alabama with 54 sticks of dynamite sparking national attention and concern,....

April 28, 1958: Tibet declares independence in Lhasa, led by the 14th Dalai Lama, and Andrug Gompo Toshi, sparking political tensions with China and India,...

May 13, 1958: Anti-draft riots led by Guy Mollet, erupt in Paris as anti-colonial sentiment rises nationwide, sparking international attention and concern,...

July 15, 1958: U.S. troops are deployed into Lebanon, fueling fears of the "Blue Scare" citing the threat of "Communist insurgency ", sparking international attention and concern,...

September 13, 1958: Cameroonian leader Ruben Um Nyobe implicates French military in a failed assassination attempt on his life in Yaounde, fueling anti-colonial sentiment in the region,...

October 12, 1958: Hebrew Benevolent Congregation synagogue of Atlanta, Georgia is bombed by George Bright, sparking national attention and concern,...

October 25, 1958: Police clash with 10,000 SCLC and Jewish youth on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial demanding school integration, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 3, 1958: Beth Sholom Massacre; shootout at the Beth Sholom synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania resulted in 34 dead, 17 injured; the shooter Eliot Higgins calls for the "Second Holocaust" after his arrest, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 4, 1958: Bill Gale (C-CA) wins the gubernatorial election as a member of the California Constitution Party, citing the need for "American vigilance leaders", citing the 4/20 attacks,...

November 30, 1958: Hollywood Strike; Celebrities Gideon Montagu, Nigel Cook, and Miriam Brooks launch a strike, in solidarity with the Jewish community in defiance of the Thurmond Administration in Hollywood, California,...

March 11, 1959: Colonel Abd al-Wahab al-Shawaf seizes control in a military coup in Mosul, overthrowing Prime Minister Abd Abdul-Karim Qasim, sparking international attention,...

March 29, 1959: Nationalist leader Barthelemy Boganda survives an assassination attempt on his life in Bangui, Central African Republic, sparking anti-colonial rebellion across the region, ...

April 18, 1959: Police clash with 10,000 SCLC and Jewish youth led by Harry Belafonte on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial demanding school integration, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 4, 1959: African-American and war veteran Clyde Kennard dies after beaten by local police in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, sparking national attention and concern,...

July 13, 1959: Santa Susana Nuclear Power Plant, forces the evacuation of Van Nuys, California, and triggering riots throughout Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention and concern about the release of radiation caused by the failed sodium reactor experiment,....

July 29, 1959: Local residents report sightings of UFOs in Corpus Christi, Texas, sparking national attention and concern,....

December 31, 1959: Model Betty Page commits suicide by drug overdose, at her home in Nashville, Tennessee, shocking the entertainment industry,...

January 20, 1960: Actor Kirk Douglas along with Ellen Norman and Gideon Montagu launch a strike in Hollywood, California, despite threats of violence by vigilante Samuel "Captain Kirk" Kirk of Reno, Nevada, sparking international attention,...

May 6, 1960: British Princess Margaret marries Peter Townsend in London, England, sparking international attention, especially with British Republicans,....

June 1, 1960: Governor Bill Gale unveils the creation of the "California Rangers" as a Christian Constitutional Militia (CCM) in Sacramento, sparking international attention ,...

June 24, 1960: Head of the Class (ABC-TV) sitcom starring Gene Rayburn, follows the life and challenges of a high school teacher,...

July 19, 1960: Catherine Willis, CEO /founder of Williamsburg Industries, formerly of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, unveils "Tennis For Two" with RCA in New York City, New York, launching the "Gaming Revolution", in time for the Christmas shopping season,...

August 9, 1960: French troops are deployed into Vientiane, Laos, amidst concerns of "Communist insurgency " fueling civil unrest and violence in the region,...

August 26, 1960: NATO officials unveil their latest "super soldier" drug treatment using Danish soldier Knut Jensen in Rome, Italy, sparking international attention,...

October 12, 1960: Arn: The Knight Templar Crusader film starring Andrew Boyd as iconic character Arn Magnusson is considered "one of the greatest films ever made" with its glorification of the Crusader life, paralleling the experiences of colonialist/imperial conflicts,....

October 12, 1960: Japanese vigilante Shotaro "Super Sentai" Ishinomori prevents the assassination of Socialist MP Inejiro Asanuma by Yakuza leaders during a televised debate in Tokyo, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 3, 1960: Felix-Roland Mommie survives an assassination attempt in Yaounde, implicating the French government in the process, fueling anti-colonial sentiments in the region,...

November 10, 1960: Israel: A Right to Exist propaganda film/ documentary film directed by John Schlesinger and written and produced by Wolf Mankowitz, makes its debut, highlighting the Jewish Zionist cause,...

December 17, 1960: Emperor Haile Selassie I is assassinated by forces loyal to Kebur Zabagna in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 20, 1961: You're in the Picture (CBS-TV) variety/ comedy series hosted by Jackie Gleason makes its hit television debut,

August 5, 1961: Wonderland amusement park is opened by Tiburon Entertainment CEO Osamu Tezuka in Santa Cruz, California as the largest amusement park on the West Coast, with celebrities Georgette Langstaff, Tommy Pearson, and Angela Curtis in attendance,...

September 1, 1961: African-American vigilante Robert F. Williams , under the pseudonym "John Henry Irons" establishes the underground radio broadcast, "Radio Free Dixie" from Monroe, North Carolina, sparking international attention,....

January 27, 1962: British military forces are deployed into Sri Lanka, in an effort to support Colonel F.D. de Saram, fueling political tensions in the region,...

February 4, 1962: United Nations Bombing; Andy Sinatra of Brooklyn, New York bombs the United Nations in New York City, claiming that he was instructed by alien beings,...

February 25, 1962: U.S. President Strom Thurmond meets with Elijah Muhammad, leader of the Nation of Islam (NOI) at the International Ampitheater in Chicago, Illinois, proclaiming that they shared a "common cause" of racial separation, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 9, 1962: The Man in the High Castle film directed by Sam Peckinpah, is considered one of the best films of the "Crusader" genre, sparking international attention,....

May 31, 1962: African-American vigilante Robert F. Williams (a.k.a. "John Henry Irons") of Monroe, North Carolina calls upon African-Americans to become "black masks", stating "masks protect black masks and white masks not with impunity but power,..."

August 13, 1962: Pop psychologist Vernon Colin Covington claims his teachings, dubbed Crimson Commandments can help train military and NASA personnel,...

September 12, 1962: British Prime Minister Thomas Gallaway Tam Galbraith, is forced to resign amidst reports that his chief of staff, John Vassall, is a Soviet agent, scandalizing the British government, sparking international attention,....

November 26, 1962: West German Chancellor Franz Josef Strauss is implicated in a massive bribery scandal forcing his resignation in Bonn, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 27, 1962: West German officials are scandalized after former Nazi scientists are reported in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Cairo, Egypt, embarrassing U.S. leaders in the process,...

January 4 , 1963: Food & Drug Administration approves "E-Meters" for the U.S. Navy, after political pressure from Admiral Lafayette R. Hubbard in Annapolis, Maryland, sparking national attention,...

January 24, 1963: Estevao Vasconcelos Hamada establishes the international organization of "Justice League" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as a means for preventing unnecessary attacks and violence,...

March 4, 1963: Munsinger Affair; Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker is forced to resign amidst reports of a sexual affair with East German spy Gerda Munsinger in Ottawa, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern,....

April 6, 1963: African-American vigilante Bobo Brazil handily defeats Johnny "Handsome" Barend in Atlanta, Georgia, shocking white Southerners, sparking national attention,...

May 17, 1963: Vigilantes Bruno Sammartino and Buddy Rogers clash in combat at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, establishing an 8-year reign as the "top hero" of the city,...

June 14, 1963: Jose Julio Sarria (a.k.a. "The Grand Mere, Absolute Empress I of San Francisco" , "the Widow Norton") emerges as the flamboyant crimelord of San Francisco, California,....

July 20, 1963: Aaron Rodriguez Arellano (a.k.a. "Mil Mascaras") emerges as a vigilante in Pachuca, Mexico, utilizing various disguises, sparking international attention,....

August 22, 1963: U.S. Army/ U.S. Air Force (USAF) announce the successful high altitude test of the Dyna-Soar, as their first orbital combat shuttle at Cape Canaveral, Florida, sparking international attention and concern,....

January 2, 1964: British officials led by Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home declare that Indian wartime leader Subhas Chandra Bose was a "wartime criminal" at the Hague, triggering outrage and anti-Western sentiment,....

March 10, 1964: Nevada passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor Randall Salazar cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

April 28, 1964: Ahn Sahng Ong launches protests calling for Korean reunification in Busan as a "Christian revolution ", sparking international attention and concern,...

May 25, 1964: General Giovanni de Lirenzo overthrows the government of President Antonio Segni, in an American-backed military coup, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 21, 1964: Vigilantes claim credit for lynching and killing of "race agitators" James E. Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner in Philadelphia, Mississippi, sparking national attention,...

October 16, 1964: Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home is killed in Edinburgh, fueling tensions within the Tory Party, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 4, 1965: Laotian General Phoumi Nosavani overthrows the government in Vientiane; French military forces are deployed in an effort to support the government,...

March 1, 1965: Musical group The Formation is revealed to be a group of vigilantes, including members Thomas "Black Clover" Koyanagi and Zachary "Zachariah" Cummings, sparking international attention ,...

April 12, 1965: Bulgarian General-Secretary Todor Zhikov is overthrown in a military coup in Sofia, Todorov-Gorunis seizes power, backed by the Soviet Union, sparking international attention,...

April 24, 1965: American astronauts John Glenn and Gus Grissom die under mysterious circumstances in Cape Canaveral, Florida, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 21, 1965: Martial artist Yongliang Zhou of British Hong Kong emerges as the premiere martial artist after a 100-man kumite (a.k.a. hyakunin kumite) sparking international attention,...

September 30, 1965: Communist government Kamaruzaman Sjam overthrows Sukarno in Jakarta, fueling political calls for military intervention by Australia, New Zealand, and the United States,...

November 11, 1965: Rhodesian Civil War; British military forces are deployed into Salisbury Rhodesia, in an effort to support the white controlled colonial government,...

November 19, 1965: American Bulldogs motorcycle gang led by Brian Kendrick decides to volunteer en masse for military service in Las Vegas, Nevada, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 3, 1966: Vigilante Evel Knievel (a.k.a. "American Gladiator") of Indio, California and Barstow, California sparking international attention and concern,...

January 12, 1966: The Batman (ABC-TV) starring Burt Ward and Adam West, makes its hit debut, highlighting America's love affair with vigilantes, sparking international attention,....

January 26, 1966: The Tarnsman of Gor pulp science fiction series by John Norman, introduces the the "mirror world" of Goo, and its sado-masochistic culture, and its LGBTQ culture,

June 21, 1966: Australian Prime Minister Arthur Calwell is assassinated by Peter Kocan with a .22 rifle during a rally in Sydney, Australia, triggering civil unrest and panic throughout the Pacific Rim,....

July 17, 1966: Toshiyuki Uchida takes up the role of the vigilante "Tuxedo Mask" in Tokyo, Japan emerges as the first "Japanese Superhero" attracting the attention of the press and law enforcement officials, sparking international attention,....

August 11, 1966: Battle of Terendak; PKI forces launch a brutal attack on British, Australian, and New Zealander military forces in Borneo, fueling civil unrest and violence in the region,...

October 5, 1966: Evergrace, directed by John Frankenheimer, starring Arnold Medina and Jeremy Garner details the fear of an American vigilante being brainwashed by the Soviet Union,...

November 9, 1966: Paul McCartney of the Beatles is killed in car accident outside Liverpool, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 23, 1966: Vigilante Umberto Enzi (a.k.a. "Kriminal") launches a brutal war against police in Rome, Italy, through bombing and assassination, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 5, 1967: The Funky Stuff neighborhood bar in Phoenix, Arizona is the target of police raids against vigilantes, sparking international attention,...

January 30, 1967: Star Heroes song by conservative vigilante Page Lynch of Tulsa, Oklahoma is used to boost support for U.S. military involvement in Vietnam,...

April 5, 1967: Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA) calls for a national ban on vigilantes, citing the actions of the Black Panther Party in taking the California State Capital in Sacramento, California,...

June 3, 1967: International Olympic Committee announces a ban on athletes utilizing the "super soldier " drugs after Eddie Eagan of Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. dies of a heart attack, during a match in Munich, Germany,....

June 13, 1967: Fusionclip James Bond film starring Sean Connery, Honey Austin, and Eloise Salazar predicts plot by former Axis leaders to unleash chaos using video games,....

June 16, 1967: Wonderland Orlando Resort amusement park is opened by Tiburon Entertainment in Orlando, Florida, sparking international attention, with celebrities Orson Lynch and Anthony Fraley in attendance,...

June 21-28, 1967: Detroit Police Strike; Detroit Police Department (DPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

July 12-17, 1967: Anthony M. Imperiale Sr. , leads the "First Aid Squad" in an effort to protect Italian-American neighborhood during the Newark Race Riots,...

July 13, 1967: British military officials unveil to NATO officials their latest "super soldier" drug treatment Thomas "Tommy" Simpson in Mount Ventoux, Brantes, France, sparking international attention,...

August 14, 1967: African-American journalist John A. Williams leaks Pentagon documents for KING ALFRED PLAN in Washington D.C., detailing plans by the Strom Thurmond and George Wallace administrations for the internment of African-Americans into concentration camps,...

August 25, 1967: U.S. presidential candidates John F. Kennedy (D-MA) and Barry Goldwater (R-CA) are assassinated by the KKK in Arlington, Virginia, sparking international attention and concern,....

September 22, 1967: Biafran Colonel Victor Banjo overthrows President Odemwegu Ojukwu in Umuahia, backed by Nigerian and British military forces,...

December 29, 1967: The Fields of Megiddo directed by Sergio Leone, starring John Frederick Parker helps present a dark, gritty version of the Crusades, for modern European audiences, sparking international attention,....

January 21, 1968: Camp Century Disaster; USAF B-52 bomber carrying a nuclear weapons payload, crashes into North Star Bay, Greenland triggering a massive explosion, fueling the movement for a nuclear moratorium,...

January 24, 1968: Vigilante Mario Bava (a.k.a. "Diabolik") launches his "reign of terror" in Turin and Rome, declaring war on police and military officials, sparking international attention,...

March 17, 1968: Female/ transgender vigilantes "The Duchess" and "Princess" make their initial appearance in Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California, sparking national controversy,...

April 19, 1968: Vigilante Magda Konopka (a.k.a. "Satanik") launches a brutal war against police in Milan, Italy through assassination and murder, claiming she is reclaiming her youth and beauty,...

May 4, 1968: Franklin Hawkins of New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. is formally banned from the Summer Olympics in Mexico City, New York after officials detect "super soldier" drugs in his blood system, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 30, 1968: British Parliament passes the Vigilante Prohibition Act (VPA) led by Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home, prohibiting vigilantes and other "antisocial behavior", sparking international attention,...

June 19, 1968: Pseudocharmer starring John Wayne and George Takei, detailing "vigilante militia" involvement in the Vietnam War, sparking international attention,...

June 23, 1968: French Civil War erupts; President Charles de Gaulle is assassinated in Paris; Soviets back Jean-Michel Bossuet, with Great Britain and the United States supporting Edouard Girardot, sparking international attention,...

June 24, 1968: Martin Luther King Jr., Medgar Evers, and Eugene McCarthy and call a "liberty government", demanding the enforcement and protection of human rights,...

August 14, 1968: Freedom news magazine/ political is first published in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

August 26-28, 1968: Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois erupts in violence with candidates Richard Nixon (R-CA) and Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) killed in the process; President George Wallace calls for a cancellation of elections,,....

October 18, 1968: Funbrain Arcade arcade opens in Las Vegas, Nevada becoming one of the most popular spots on the Strip, sparking international attention,...

October 22, 1968: U.S. Congress passes the Vigilante Control Act, regulating and expressly limiting interstate activity of vigilantes nationally, sparking international attention,...

October 27, 1968: United States and Soviet Union sign agreement, limiting stockpiles of "super soldier" drug treatment in Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention,...

November 12, 1968: United Nations officials report "vast irregularities and corruption" in regards to the U.S. presidential elections, during a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland, sparking international attention,...

December 1, 1968: Pesutomonsuta Japanese science fiction film starring Takahiro Imamura and Shizuko Kanemoto makes its hit debut, is seen as symbolic of the "Japanese Plague",...

January 1, 1969: Japanese CEO Takumi Sugimoto establishes Service Games (SEGA Corporation) in Tokyo, Japan, placing Japan in the "Console Race" against the United States,...

January 8, 1969: L'application French film starring Georgette Langstaff and Laurette Rome makes its hit debut, critiquing the reliability and mental stability of American vigilantes,...

January 11, 1969: American vigilante Gardner Warren of Wilmington, Delaware, after years of torture in a North Vietnamese POW camp, begins propaganda broadcasts as "Obsidian" in Hanoi,....

January 20, 1969: "Unity Government " under the leadership of President George Wallace and the American Independent Party in an effort to avert a civil war, sparking international attention,...

January 30, 1969: "Get Back" album by the Beatles is a major hit, signaling the first album by the band since the death of Paul McCartney, sparking international attention,...

February 5, 1969: Mack Bolan (a.k.a. "The Executioner") right-wing pulp novel series by Don Pendleton, detailing the life and affairs of fictional vigilante Mack Bolan and his "war against crime" starting with the Mafia, makes its hit debut

February 5, 1969: Turn-On (ABC-TV) sketch comedy and variety show hosted by Tim Conway, Mel Stewart, makes its hit series debut,...

February 18, 1969: "Nashville Skyline" music album by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, featuring "Girl from the North Country" , makes its hit debut in Nashville, Tennessee, sparking international attention,...

June 19, 1969: Seventh Sanctum directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring John Frederick Parker is considered one of the most violent Crusader films of all time, with many banning the film until c. 1984, sparking international attention,....

June 21, 1969: Kingdom of Heaven Crusader film directed by Rodrigo 'Nivek' Campano earns actor their first Oscar Arsenio Buratti, much to the delight of European audiences,...

September 24, 1969: Monty Python and the Holy Grail Crusader film starring Teddy Jones and Teddy Anderson transforms knights into a dysfunctional comedic duo, sparking international attention,...

October 7, 1969: Montreal's Night of Terror; Montreal Police Department launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the Canadian National Guard,...

October 14, 1969: Brazilian President Pedro Alexio comes to power, proclaiming a series of political reforms in Rio de Janeiro, sparking international attention,...

October 15, 1969: Alain Chevalier leads Situationist uprisings in Paris, France, sparking international attention and concern about the stability of the government,...

October 29, 1969: Jean Jacques Servan-Schreiber proclaims the establishment of a "People's Government" in Paris, backed by the Soviet Union, sparking international attention and concern, ...

November 20, 1969: American Indian Movement (AIM) leaders Richard Oakes, LaNada Means, and John Trudell occupy the grounds of the state capital, citing the fact that 89% of the population of Greenland is Inuit, sparking international attention,...

January 17-19, 1970: Wolsfield Conference; Soviet officials meet with French Situationist guerrillas led by Guy Debord in Trier, East Germany, sparking international attention,...

February 22, 1970: Personal Freedoms Celebrity Center (PFCC) is established by Timothy Leary and Jack Horner in Los Angeles, California, promoting the the idea of transforming people into "superheroes " or "alpha-level persons",...

February 25, 1970: "The Motown Album" album by British musician Jeff Beck, makes its hit debut in Detroit, Michigan, sparking international attention,....

March 7, 1970: Japanese company Kosumi Corporation unveils the "Spectre" game console, with the game titles Mortalrite, Phantasy Star, and Ryu's Grand Adventure, sparking international attention,...

March 12, 1970: "Black Gold" album by Jimi Hendrix, featuring the hit single "Valleys of Neptune" makes its hit music debut, sparking international attention,....

March 13, 1970: "Celebration of the Lizard" album by Jim Morrison and the Doors makes its hit debut in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

April 8, 1970: The Lawnmower Man science fiction film starring Charlton Heston, Madeline Herrera and Bennett Fernandez details a plot to control America using video game addiction,...

July 1, 1970: AT&T and Westinghouse unveil the "Picturephone" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania , sparking a massive transformation in communications technology,....

July 27, 1970: Situationist rebels Francois de Beaulieu and Patrick Cheval are captured by French police authorities, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 11, 1970: French Situationist leaders Guy Debord, Rene Riesel, and Rene Vienet proclaims the "purity" of the revolution, after ranks are purged in Paris, sparking international attention,...

November 25, 1970: Ultra-nationalist leader Yukio Mishima leads a military coup against the government utilizing vigilantes Toshiaki "Shocker" Kusumoto and Sakura Tanigawa in Tokyo; Vigilantes 'Kamen Rider' Takeshi Hongo and Masato Kamei help defend the government under Prime Minister Eisaku Sato,...

November 27, 1970: Pope Paul VI is shot and killed in Istanbul, Turkey by surrealist artist Benjamin Mendoza AMR Flores, claiming that alien beings compelled him to assassinate the papal leader,...

December 8, 1970: Italian General Giovanni de Lorenzo installs President Junio Valerio Borghese as the head of state for Italy, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 21, 1970: U.S. President George Wallace and vigilante Ralph Reynolds are photographed at the White House shaking hands, becoming the most popular photo in the U.S. National Archives,...

January 18, 1971: Soviet "super-soldier" Ivan Koloff defeats "Italian Strongman" Bruno Sammartino in Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, shocking many American audiences, ...

January 18-25, 1971: New York City Police Strike; New York Police Department (NYPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

April 23, 1971: Shaft directed by Melvin van Peebles starring Richard Roundtree becomes the first "black mask" vigilante film, featuring African-American heroes, sparking international attention,...

April 26, 1971: European CEO Sir Clive Sinclair of the Sinclair Corporation introduces the Amstrad, placing Europe firmly in the "Console Wars",...

June 5, 1971: Wonderland Europa amusement park is opened by Tiburon Entertainment in Tours, France, sparking international attention, with celebrities Mathilde Bellamy, Corbin Salmon, and Maxence Pierre in attendance,...

June 16, 1971: Francois Mitterand calls for an armistice, in an effort to end the civil war in Paris, sparking international attention and concern,...

July 2, 1971: Sweetback Armstrong's Badass Brawl "black mask" African-American vigilante film starring John Amos is seen as a major milestone for the community,...

July 26, 1971: Martial artist Ron Van Clief (a.k.a. "Black Dragon") makes his vigilante debut in New York City, New York, sparking national attention,...

August 20, 1971: Manuel Leal (a.k.a. "Tinieblas"/ "Darkness") emerges as a masked vigilante in Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 21, 1971: Operation Condor; U.S. troops are deployed into La Paz, Bolivia, overthrowing President Juan Jose Torres, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 10, 1971: American Gladiator starring George Hamilton makes its hit debut, loosely based on the career of Evel Knievel (a.k.a. "American Gladiator "), sparking international attention,...

October 14, 1971: The New York Times and reporters Chandler Burrows and Moira Schneider publish the Pentagon documents for KING ALFRED PLAN in Washington D.C., detailing plans by the Strom Thurmond and George Wallace administrations for the internment of African-Americans into concentration camps,...

October 25, 1971: Soviet Premier Nikolai Tikhonov announces his recognition of the U.S. "government-in-exile" in Havana, Cuba, led by Cody Russell in Moscow, sparking international attention,...


November 8, 1971: Berkeley Riots; Riots erupt after Berkeley, California after declaring support for the U.S. government-in-exile, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 19, 1971: American Bulldogs motorcycle gang leaders Brian Kendrick and Donald Cantrell are credited with military successes in the "fight against Judeo-Communism", earning Medals of Valor by President George Wallace in Washington D.C.,...

March 22, 1972: Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) is passed in Washington D.C., despite opposition of conservatives led by Phyllis Schafly and Barry Goldwater, sparking international attention,...

April 27, 1972: West German Chancellor Rainer Barzel sparks tensions between the United States and West Germany by meeting with members of the "U.S. government-in-exile" in Bonn, sparking international attention,...

May 24, 1972: Cosmic Predator by Paradox Entertainment Company emerges as the top video game of the period, sparking international attention,...

June 5, 1972: British King Edward VIII dies in London at Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II of the House of Edward is named as the new monarch of the British throne,...

June 25, 1972: Welcome To The Arcade single by Douglas Green emerges as the summer hit song, sparking international attention ,...

July 18, 1972: British Prime Minister Reginald Maulding is forced to resign amidst allegations of bribery and misallocation of funds in Hampstead, fueling concerns about the stability of the British government,....

September 6, 1972: U.S. President John Hospers (L-CO) is assassinated in Washington D.C.; Vice-President Theodora "Tonie" Nathan is sworn in as president, sparking international attention,....

October 31, 1972: American Indian Movement (AIM) leads the "Trail of Broken Treaties" , citing the multiple violations of Native American treaties, sparking international attention,...

December 18, 1972: Social and religious conservatives led by Calvin Marshman and Hobbes Wilson call for a ban on violent content in video games, citing the rise in crime,...

February 7, 1973: African-American crime boss Telvis Roberson a.k.a. "Black Caesar" seizes control of Harlem, New York, sparking international attention,...

March 12, 1973: FBI Director Eliot Ness warns that the vigilante group Guardians Of Dixie (G.O.D. Council) of Richmond, Virginia poses a "grave threat to national security...", sparking international attention,....

April 13, 1973: Martial artist Bruce Lee of Chinatown, San Francisco emerges as the premiere martial artist after a 100-man kumite (a.k.a. hyakunin kumite) sparking international attention, holding the title until 1986,...

June 10, 1973: Fubarcade arcade in Atlantic is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

June 17, 1973: Daniel Lopez Lopez emerges as the villainous crime boss "Dr. Satanico" , leader of "Los Infernales" crime syndicate in Guadalajara, Mexico, sparking international attention,...

June 19, 1973: "Human Highway" album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, makes its hit debut in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,....

June 29, 1973: U.S.-backed Roberto Souper comes to power in a military coup in Montevideo, Chile, fueling military tensions across Latin America,...

August 17, 1973: The Colour of Space science fiction film by Michael Crichton starring Mortimer and Russell Montgomery is inspired by years of employment at the Wonderland Santa Cruz amusement park,...

August 19, 1973: Crime lord Kyo Ota of Kyoto, Japan seizes control of the Asian drug trade, in a series of brutal attacks, sparking international attention,...

September 8, 1973: Astro Boy (ABC-TV) animated series by Tiburon Entertainment fuels interest in Japanese animation, featuring the voices of Fern Marshman, Mathilde Bellamy, and Daniel Wallace,...

September 21, 1973: Vigilante Ron Van Clief (a.k.a. "Black Dragon") guest stars on the TV show Saturday Night Live (NBC-TV) starring Mark Carl, fueling huge TV viewer ratings,....

September 21, 1973: CIA and FBI officials are scandalized after African-American agent Ario Washington is revealed to have been training African-American vigilantes including Justice, Banshee, and The Question in Los Angeles, California,...

October 19, 1973: FBI officials report that local vigilantes, under the national banner of "Posse Comiatus" launch proclamations against the African-American people in Lane County, Oregon,...

November 1, 1973: Turkish vigilantes "Çift Ejderha" (Cenk and Mazhar Türkyilmaz) emerge in Istanbul, clashing with Communist guerrillas, sparking international attention,...

November 10, 1973: Robin Webb of Devonshire, England emerges as the animal rights activist "The Liberator " , disrupting a fox hunt, sparking international attention

December 13, 1973: Claude Vorilhon is appointed by the French Reconstruction government as a "spiritual advisor" in Paris, France, sparking international attention,...

February 1, 1974: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon visits the White House, proclaiming the need for Korean unification in Washington D.C.,...

March 13, 1974: African-American motorcycle gang The Whisperers led by Da'jonte Chandler is formed in Frazier Park, California, clashing with the American Bulldogs,...

March 27, 1974: Him, a homoerotic version of the life of Jesus of Nazareth, starring Gustav "Tava" von Will, directed by Ed D. Louie, is released as an attack on organized religion and Christian fundamentalism, banned in most U.S. cities, sparking international attention,...

April 10, 1974: Chinese leader Dingxiang Fang denounces the United States and European nations for promoting colonialism and imperialism, at the United Nations in New York City, New York, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 1, 1974: U.S. President Theodora "Tonie" Nathan proclaims the "New International Economic Order" (NIEO) at the United Nations in New York City, New York, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 11-15, 1974: Baltimore Police Strike; Baltimore Police Department (BPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

August 11, 1974: King of the Monsters kaiju film starring Hikaru Miyamoto and Bunko Konda has Pesuto clash against Godzilla in the "crossover event",...

September 12, 1974: Vigilante Billy Bob "Brigham" Jenkins of Jackson, Mississippi escalates his campaign against crime by creating "Citizen's Grand Jury Indictments",...

September 14, 1974: President Theodora "Tonie" Nathan announces plans for clemency for draft dodgers; Vigilante Hunter "Capone" Armstrong of Atlanta, Georgia threatens to conduct a "citizen's arrest" on the President,...

October 14 , 1974: Richard Allen Pesta (a.k.a. "Captain Sticky" makes his hit debut in San Diego, California, sparking international attention,...

October 15, 1974: Professor Robert S. Carr reports that the U.S. government has been investigating the UFO phenomenon since 1945 in Washington D.C., sparking national attention,...

October 21, 1974: Jane Kember of East Grinstead, England leaks documents revealing domestic spying by U.S. Naval Intelligence against the British government,...

October 31, 1974: Halloween Bloodbath; Vigilante Richard Allen Pesta (a.k.a. "Captain Sticky") disrupts a concert in Portland, Oregon, attacking musicians and band members of The Beatles and Fairy Tail, sparking international attention,...

November 5, 1974: Michigan passes legislation on arcade devices, Governor Cody Harper cites the need for increasing state revenue, sparking national attention,...

November 20, 1974: British Prime Minister John Stonehouse commits suicide by drowning in Miami, Florida, triggering a succession crisis within the Labor Party, fueling conspiracy theories within the British government,....

November 23-24, 1974: Vladivostok Arms Control Talk; NFL Coach Gerald Ford proposes a football game between the Soviet Union and the United States, at the arms control summit attended by Soviet Premier Nikolai Tikhonov and U.S. President Theodora "Tonie" Nathan in Vladivostok, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 8-9, 1975: Vigilantes including Melvin "Hawkman" Covington and Buckley "Buck" Titterington lead the "Tri-State Anti-Tax Rally" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, voicing their outrage at political proposals by Governor Caldwell Allen to tax vigilante groups and activities,...

March 12, 1975: African-American leader Gracine Sullivan establishes The Paramount Council as the first African-American vigilante organization in Watts, California, attracting the ire and anger of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the FBI, sparking international attention,...

March 16, 1975: Wizards & Warriors fantasy game by New World Computing company makes its debut, sparks international attention to the genre, much to the anger of social and religious conservatives,...

March 19, 1975: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers film starring Tsuyoshi Ishinomori and John Black promotes Japanese vigilantes, promoting a romanticized version of vigilantes as "defenders of the people", sparking international attention,....

April 26, 1975: Rudy Ray Moore of Los Angeles, California emerges as the "black mask" known as "Black Death" sparking national attention and concern,...

April 27, 1975: Thunderhunt film directed by Roger Corman, starring Louie Todd and Lindsay Annable gains a cult following, featuring a dystopian future of American obsession with violent media,...

May 23, 1975: South Vietnamese government proclaims the end of Communist insurgency in Saigon, South Vietnam, sparking international attention and concern ,...

May 29, 1975: Vigilante group Guardians Of Dixie led by Billy Bob "Brigham" Jenkins, comes to the attention of the FBI and IRS after leading an anti-tax rally in Birmingham, Alabama,...

August 25-31, 1975: San Francisco Police Strike; San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

July 17, 1976: Second Indonesian-Australian War; Australia deploys troops into East Timor, after Indonesia invades the region and formally annexes the territory,...

August 7, 1976: Kingdom at Road's End starring Frédérick Raynal, presents the Crusades in a post-colonialist light, with the main character Humbert Feigenbaumg expressing his weariness towards war and religious leaders,...

September 30, 1976: Snip! (NBC-TV) sitcom starring David Brenner as an effeminate barber, sparking national attention,...

October 6, 1976: Chinese Marshal Ye Jianyang comes to power in a military crisis in Beijing, sparking fears of a possible military crisis in the region,..

November 1, 1976: West German Defense Minister Georg Leber resigns amidst accusations of attempting to launch a right-wing military coup against the government in Bonn,...

February 5, 1977: Congressional officials Benjamin Ortega and Nathaniel Mitchell call for the establishment of a federal commission to regulate video games, sparking international attention,...

February 22, 1977: Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant in Jaslovce Bohunice, Czechoslovakia suffers a nuclear meltdown, causing massive environmental damage to the region, triggering civil unrest and panic across the region,...

March 16, 1977: Naxalite Revolution; Indian Communist Revolution is led by Kanu Sanyal overthrowing the democratic government in New Delhi, led by Indira Gandhi, sparking international attention,...

June 5, 1977: American Indian Movement leader Leonard Peltier meets with Inuit leaders, leading protests over the uranium mining and nuclear weapons program and their threat to indigenous peoples,...

June 7, 1977: Congress led by Speaker Humbert Harrett passes the National Gaming Act, establishing the Codes Of Conduct to regulate video games and arcades, sparking national controversy,...

June 20, 1977: British reporters David Ambrose and Christopher Miles uncover evidence of a covert American military space on the lunar surface, fueling political tensions between the United States and Great Britain,....

June 20, 1977: Pop psychologist Salomón Olmedo attempts to apply for the Nobel Peace Prize in Stockholm, Sweden, citing his teachings of The Human's Guide To Peace And Prosperity,...

July 7, 1977: FBI officials arrest Admiral Lafayette R. Hubbard in Annapolis, Maryland, uncovering evidence of blackmail schemes against various political leaders, scandalizing the government,...

July 13-14, 1977: New York City Blackout; Blackout of the New York tri-state is seen by many as the initial impetus for many vigilantes, sparking international attention,...

July 15, 1977: Grim Beetle science fiction film starring Neil Rogers and Maynard Males makes its hit debut, backed by pop psychologist Dhriti Chaudhari,...

December 1, 1977: Double Dare syndicated game show, hosted by Humbert Hampton is launched by Tiburon Entertainment, makes its hit debut,...

September 8, 1977: Midwestern vigilante group Great Plains Defense Team (GREPL-DT) led by Maurice Crawford is formed to "defend family farms against federal taxation and encroachment..." in Lincoln, Nebraska,....

September 9, 1977: The Glastnost Bowl is established as an exhibition match between the United States and Soviet Union in American football featuring players such as Ambrose Osborne, Patrick Fraley, and Arnold Reese, sparking international attention,...

September 20-23, 1977: In defiance of political pressure by the United States, the United Nations announces that it recognizes the political autonomy and independence of Native American nations in Geneva, Switzerland,...

October 7, 1977: Renate Neufeld deflects from East Germany, revealing the extent of development of "super soldier" drugs, sparking international attention and controvery,....

November 17, 1977: The Sons of Liberty (SOL) emerges as a lobbying group for vigilantes in Washington D.C., focusing on advocacy for vigilante groups and activities nationwide,...

January 27, 1978: Canadian Prime Minister Francis Fox is forced to resign, after it is revealed that he forced his mistress, Joan Pennefather, to have an unwanted abortion, sparking international attention and concern in Ottawa, Ontario,....

May 13, 1978: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon visits London, meeting British leaders in an effort to support the cause of Korean unification, ....

May 22, 1978: Civil rights activist and reputed Mafia boss Joseph A. Colombo is assassinated by vigilantes in Columbus Circle in New York City, New York, fueling anti-vigilante sentiment,...

June 2, 1978: David Rorvik announces the development of cloning in New York City, New York, shocking the international medical community,...

June 29, 1978: VGX Awards award show is established as the penultimate award for video games in Oakland, California by the International Entertainment Software Association (IESA),....

July 15-22, 1978: Cleveland Police Strike; Cleveland Police Department (CPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

November 9, 1978: Romanian emigre Sukia Dragomic , self-proclaimed vampire, launches a bloody campaign of murders against known criminals, sparking international attention,...

November 11, 1978: British and French military forces back Spanish General Antonio Tejero, and his military coup, overthrowing the government in Madrid, sparking international attention,...

November 27, 1978: Feminist group National Organization for Women (NOW) is slaughtered by alleged vigilante Darren Trivett in Washington D.C., fueling anti-vigilante sentiment nationwide,...

December 15, 1978: Vanguard directed by Francis Ford Coppola, written and produced by Mario Puzo, starring Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, and Martin Sheen makes its hit debut, detailing the rise of superhero culture in American consciousness,...

December 16, 1978: The Order directed by Janice Boyd blends Crusader and Samurai genres, with martial arts together, becoming a cult classic,...

December 20, 1978: John Wayne Gacy (a.k.a. "Pogo the Killer Clown") confesses to killing c. 34+ people in Chicago, Illinois, sparking international attention and concern about the failure of law enforcement officials,....

February 9, 1979: Crime lord 'Big Bossman' Ebenezer Kim of New York City, New York is brutally assassinated; vigilante group Blackwater Corporation is implicated in the murder, sparking national attention,...

February 10-17, 1979: "Mardis Gras Riots" (a.k.a. New Orleans Police Strike; New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

February 13, 1979: "Guardian Angel" (a.k.a. Curtis Silwa) emerges as a popular vigilante in New York City, New York, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 17- March 16, 1979: Chinese backed People's Liberation Army (PLA) launch an invasion of North Vietnam, devastating Hanoi, and triggering a humanitarian crisis as refugees flood across the border into South Vietnam,...

February 18, 1979: Casca: The Eternal Mercenary right-wing vigilante pulp series by Barry Sadler, details the adventures of an cursed, immortal Roman Legionnaire, and his travels across the globe, and involvement in almost every military conflict in 2,000 years,...

March 26, 1979: Televangelists Ginger Trivett and Oscar Walsh launch a failed attempt to purchase Tiburon Entertainment and its parks, sparking national attention,...

April 18, 1979: U.S. President Ed Clark (L-CA) discloses decades of human experiments against African-Americans and Native Americans in an effort to create "super soldiers", sparking international attention,...

May 1, 1979: Governor Jonathan Motzfeldt (R-GL) announces the ratification of statehood for Greenland at the State Capital in Nuuk, becoming the 53rd State of the Union after Guam and Puerto Rico, sparking international attention,...

May 2-9, 1979: Birmingham Police Strike; Birmingham Police Department (BPD) launches a massive work stoppage, triggering riots across the city, fueling calls for the National Guard,...

June 21, 1979: San Diego Riots; UFO enthusiasts led by Mark Block, proclaim that UFOs are landing in San Diego, California, triggering civil unrest and panic,...

July 1, 1979: European CEO Adam Potter of Ocean Technologies introduces the "Chimera" portable game console, considered the "Ferrari of game consoles" in Europe, sparking international attention,...

September 7, 1979: Soviet officials led by Premier Alexei Kosygin announce the formation of the Soviet Premier League (SPL) led by players including Nikolai Volkoff, Viktor Aleksandrov, and Oriel Zaytsev, sparking international attention,...

October 1, 1979: Musician Marrok Favre is beaten and placed in a mental asylum in French Lick, Indiana, by the vigilante Clive "Metanite" Maxwell triggering a class action lawsuit against the city,...

November 4, 1979: Greensboro Massacre, Riots erupt in Greensboro, North Carolina after protesters unveil "F*** the Masks" banners , 14 anti-vigilante leaders are brutally shot, stabbed and killed, sparking national attention,...

November 8, 1979: Fighting erupts between Thailand and Cambodia, with Thai military officials reporting Chinese military forces at Nong Chan, escalating military and political tensions across the region,...

November 20, 1979: Cleric Juhayman al-Otaybi overthrows the House of Saud in Riyadh, proclaiming himself as "Mahdi ", fueling sectarian violence in the region,..

November 27, 1979: Los Angeles Riots; Riots erupt after Los Angeles, California after declaring support for the U.S. government-in-exile, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 14, 1980: Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov is placed under house arrest after it is revealed that Soviet troops in Afghanistan had been given "super soldier" drug treatment, sparking international condemnation,...

March 24, 1980: Anti-military draft riots erupt in Washington D.C. over military deployments into Central America, sparking international attention,...

March 24, 1980: Archbishop Oscar Romero condemns the U.S. military involvement in Latin America, citing El Salvador and Nicaragua to Roman Catholic leaders, sparking international attention,...

April 22, 1980: Kondapalli Seetharamaiah emerges as Chairman of the Indian Communist Party (ICP) in New Delhi, signaling tensions between India and China, sparking international attention,...

June 4, 1980: CEO Dennis Hope of San Francisco, California, Founder of Lunar Embassy Commission (LEC), announces the sale and purchase of lunar property, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 23, 1980: North Vietnamese military forces are implicated in the massacre of refugees at Ban Non Mak Mon, Thailand, fueling anti-Communist sentiment in the region,...

July 10, 1980: Indian vigilante Raksha Karanevaala emerges in Mumbai, embarrassing Indian and British officials by exposing corrupt officials,...

July 10, 1980: Shapour Bakhtiar is elected Prime Minister of Iran, openly challenging the power of Shah Reza Pahlavi, sparking international attention and concern,...

July 13, 1980: Pedro Alonso Lopez (a.k.a. "Monster of the Andes" is captured after a murder spree coving Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, claiming to have killed over 300+ people, mainly young girls, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 30, 1980: Severodinsk Nuclear Power Plant suffers a nuclear meltdown, forcing the evacuation of Arkhangelsk, Russia SSR, sparking international attention and concern, with radiation detected as far as Finland, Sweden, Norway and Germany, sparking international attention,....

November 19, 1980: Reconquista directed by Michael Cimino, starring Tiziano Marino is considered the most expensive box office flop regarding the Crusades, signaling the growing unease of modern European audiences with the genre,....

November 21, 1980: Merriscore Game Hall arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

December 8, 1980: Vigilante Reb "White Ghost" Brown kills celebrity Tiziano Marino outside their home in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

December 23, 1980: Cuba, Soviet Union, and China ban video games, calling them "Western propaganda" citing Liberty or Death, Everline, and Monica Payne's Thistle Chronicles, sparking international attention,...

February 10, 1981: Starcade arcade in Las Vegas, Nevada is burned in a fire, amidst accusations of money laundering for the Mafia, sparking national attention,...

February 20, 1981: Crusader Comics (CC), published by Jack T. Chick in Los Angeles, California, is accused of promoting racist and offensive stereotypes against Jewish, Muslim, Pagan, and Roman Catholic denominations ,...

February 27, 1981: National Institute for Health (NIH) in Washington D.C., concludes that cloning is a feasible technology, shocking social and religious conservatives,...

March 11, 1981: Major Wilfred Hawker overthrows the government in Paramaribo, Surinam, fueling political tensions across Latin America,...

March 13, 1981: Crusader Comics (CC) published by Jack T. Chick in Los Angeles, California promotes anti-Catholic conspiracy tracts by Alberto Rivera, fueling sectarianism nation,...

July 15, 1981: U.S. President Ed Clark (L-CA) announces the end to the political ban on the U.S. "government-in-exile" and its leaders including Sha'quan Wallace, sparking international controversy,...

September 1, 1981: The Consuming Shadow Lovecraftian video game by Wizard Video Games, makes its hit debut, angering social and religious conservatives,...

October 15, 1981: South Korean President Sun Myung Moon is overthrown in a military coup in Seoul, amidst accusations of corruption, sparking international attention,....

October 22-23, 1981: U.S. President Ed Clark (L-CA) and world leaders including Yoshikatsu Takeiri and David Steel gather in Cancun, Mexico, highlighting the rise in political and military tensions between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres,...

November 3, 1981: Anthony J. Imperiale (R-NJ) is elected governor of New Jersey, citing his "First Aid Squad" as his experience for elected office,...

November 7, 1981: Punk rock band Dead Roosevelts release the hit single "Masked Avengers F*** Off", becoming a major hit on underground TV and radio networks,...

November 25, 1981: South African mercenaries led by Mike Hoare, overthrow the Seychelles government, backed by the United States and British governments, sparking international outrage,...

February 18, 1982: White House officials Joseph E. Persico report the deployment of nuclear weapons into Greenland, fueling political and military tensions in the region against the Soviet Union. ..

March 14, 1982: Doctor Don Catlin, MD, calls for the use of "super soldier" drug treatments for general civilian life in Los Angeles, California, sparking international controversy,...

March 14, 1982: Pablo Escobar wins the presidential elections in Bogota, Colombia, based on a populist platform, involving the use of "super soldier" narcotics, sparking international attention,...

May 12, 1982: South Korean President Lee Chol-Hui and First Lady Jang Yeong-ja promote foreign investment with leaders from the United States

May 17, 1982: Suits & Hats Against Racial Prejudice (SHARP) is formed in Los Angeles, California in violent opposition to vigilantes, sparking international attention,...

June 9, 1982: Killswitch video game by Moving Shadow is blamed for the suicide of a teenager in Boulder, Colorado, sparking national attention,...

June 16, 1982: San Francisco Uprising; U.S. Student and labor uprising against vigilantes and police in San Francisco, California, shocks the international community, ...

June 19, 1982: Asian-American Tammy Fujikawa of Tiburon, California is killed during anti-Japanese riots due to the rise of cheap Japanese consoles such as the SEGA Mercury and the Kosumi Tempest,...

June 21, 1982: "Electric Nebraska" album by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Bans makes its hit debut in New York City, New York, sparking international attention ,...

August 1, 1982: British military forces are deployed to Nairobi, Kenya to assist the military government under General Pancras Oteyo Okumo, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 6, 1982: Vigilante Perry "Green Ranger" Russell of Bismarck, North Dakota begins underground radio broadcasts calling for the overthrow of the federal government,...

September 12, 1982: Rodolfo Guzman Huerta a.k.a. "El Santo" dies in Mexico City, Mexico, considered one of the great national heroes, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 22, 1982: Polybuis horror film starring Minerva Johnson, Bob Mitchell, and Ford Blair features a plot by occult practitioners to commit mass murder using video games,...

November 15, 1982: Law enforcement agencies in Montgomery, Alabama receive "Citizens' Grand Jury Indictments" calling for the arrest of elected officials including Libertarian Governor Johnson "John" Peters,...

November 26, 1982: WFL World Bowl Championship in Orlando, Florida between Orlando Thunder and Jacksonville Jaguars makes its hit debut, with MVP Lorelei Harvey becoming a major celebrity,....

December 1, 1982: Bouldering Boys video game by Imagine Software is considered a massive failure, fueling fears of industry weakness,...

January 4, 1983: Battle of Bismarck; Vigilantes Neville Buckley, Milla "Maximiana" Maxwell, and Perry "Green Ranger" Russell of GREPL-DT clash with IRS and ATF agents in Bismarck, North Dakota, while trying to enforce the foreclosure of several farms,...

January 9, 1983: Jose Julio Sarria (a.k.a. "The Grand Mere, Absolute Empress I of San Francisco" , "the Widow Norton") announces a declaration of war against police authorities, citing attacks against the LGBTQ community in San Francisco, California,...

January 19, 1983: Athletes from the United States, Soviet Union, and China are formally banned from the Pan Am Games in Caracas, Venezuela after it is discovered that the athletes have tested positive for "super soldier" drugs, sparking international attention,...

April 18, 1983: Tiburon Broadcasting Service (TBS-TV) is launched in the USA, featuring family friendly television series and entertainment, sparking international attention,...

July 17, 1983: Scientists including Alayna Colbert accuse the U.S. government and President Ed Clark (L-CA) of creating the AIDS/HIV virus in an effort to decrease the population,...

July 29, 1983: Beyond The Wonder comedy film starring Georgette, Ivory, and Larissa Langstaff details trials of a suburban family traveling to Tiburon Entertainment's Wonderland Santa Cruz,...

September 5, 1983: Skinny Ties, a multiracial street gang is formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to deliver "righteous violence" against masked vigilantes, sparking national attention,...

September 17, 1983: Golden Sun (CBS-TV) Saturday morning cartoon based on the video game, featuring the voices of Hubert Woolridge and Josephine Patton makes its hit debut,...

September 23, 1983: NATO West German General Gunter Kiesling commits suicide in Frankfurt, West Germany after his homosexuality is exposed publicly, sparking international attention,...

September 26, 1983: U.S. military detonates a nuclear weapon on the lunar surface at Oceanus Procellarum (a.k.a. "Sea of Storms") sparking international attention and concern,...

October 14, 1983: British Prime Minister Cecil Parkinson is forced to resign, after it is revealed that he has had an affair with his secretary Sara Keays, forcing a succession crisis within the Tory Party, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 23, 1983: Japanese CEO Ichirou Sugiyama of the SEGA Corporation announces the product recall of the "Mercury" game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

January 23, 1984: Vigilante James Hellwig a.k.a. "Ultimate Warrior" is presented in New York City, New York, as a "paper tiger" villain, popular with American audiences,...

March 8, 1984: The Eye of Argon based on the best-selling novel by Jim Theis, starring Sam Jones, Melody Anderson, makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,....

March 24, 1984: Pope John Paul II publishes an encyclical calling for the consecration of Russia by the Virgin Mary, angering Russian Orthodox Christian leaders worldwide ,...

April 6, 1984: Former President Ahmadou Ahidjo overthrows President Paul Biya in a military coup in Yaounde, Cameroon, sparking international attention,...

July 23, 1984: U.S.-backed Meir Kahane comes to power in Tel Aviv, sparking international attention and concern about American influence in the region,...

July 23, 1984: Female vigilante Wendi Richter defeats "The Fabulous Moolah" in combat at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, earning the title of being the "top female hero", sparking international attention,....

October 1, 1984: Apollonia 6 science fiction film written and produced by by Prince, starring Ricky Nelson and Buck Henry, makes its hit debut, sparking international

November 26, 1984: Doctor Hugo Spadafora claims that Soviet forces are attempting to undermine the Nicaraguan government in Managua in an effort to undermine the "super soldier drug " production, fueling the threat of war,..

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February 23, 1985: Ahn Sahng Ong, political supporter of former President Sun Myung Moon dies under mysterious conditions in Busan, sparking international attention and concern,.

March 4, 1985: Thomas Downey (D-NY) and Robert Dornan (R-CA) conduct a brawl in the U.S. House of Representatives, the physical brawl is broken up by Speaker Tip O' Neill (D-MA), citing disagreements over the issue of U.S. troops in Nicaragua, sparking international attention and concern,....

March 5, 1985: In a disturbing turn of events, vigilante Jun Kojo (a.k.a. "Reipuman", "The Rapeman") launches a series of serial rapes against women in Tokyo, claiming that "they need to be punished",...

March 13, 1985: White House Chief of Staff Pat Buchanan "leaks" documents to the media allegedly detailing human rights abuses by Communist guerrillas in Managua, sparking international attention,...

March 22, 1985: Zahng Gil-jah launches political protests in Busan calling for the political restoration of Sun Myung Moon, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 31, 1985: Justine Richardson a.k.a. "Justice" organizes the largest conference of vigilantes in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

April 19, 1985: Demonstrations are held in Seoul, South Korea calling for the restoration of President Sun Myung Moon, sparking political tensions across the Pacific Rim,....

June 2, 1985: Followers of Ahn Sahng Ong launches political protests in Busan calling for the political restoration of Sun Myung Moon, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 21, 1985: UPL-Naxet Corporation under CEO George Wagner announces the discovery of oil resources in Byrncastle, (a.k.a. Nuuk), Greenland creating a huge economic boom for the region,...

July 1, 1985: Playground (TBS-TV) hosted by Alison Newman is launched to air original films by Tiburon Entertainment including Metropolis, Moomin, and Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind,....

July 4, 1985: Defender of the Crown Crusader film, produced by East German leader Winfried Meier, directed by kidnapped director Lorenz Lorenz, makes its hit debut,....

August 10, 1985: Tensions mount as Chazma Bay Nuclear Power Plant outside of Vladivostok, Russia SSR suffers a nuclear meltdown, with radiation detected as far as Japan, Korea, and China, sparking international attention and concern....

August 20, 1985: CIA Director Charlie Ingram, FBI Director Jeremy Russell and President David Duke launch a mass surveillance campaign against anti-war activists...

September 7, 1985: Soviet Premier Nikolai Tikhonov accuses the U.S. government under President John Anderson (I-IL) of creating the AIDS/HIV as a failed "super soldier" project,...

September 19, 1985: Kimberly Simon of Oneida, New York is reported by local law enforcement as being part of a "Satanic cult activity" triggering vigilante activity nationwide,...

November 1, 1985: "Desoltion Road" single by Pale Horse, makes its hit debut, highlighting the nihilistic sentiment of the period,..

December 4, 1985: British government under Prime Minister Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe threatens a political embargo on Australia, after Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke calls for Australia to be a "republic",...

January 9, 1986: British Prime Minister Michael Heseltine resigns amidst reports of bribery and corruption regarding defense contracts, triggering a succession crisis for the Tory Party, sparking international attention and concern,....

January 24, 1986: Admiral Lafayette R. Hubbard, USN dies mysteriously in San Luis Obispo, California , amidst rumors of illegal human experiments,...

January 28, 1986: Young Astronauts (CBS-TV) teen live-action soap opera starring Molly Ringwald, makes its hit debut,...

February 23, 1986: President Juan Ponce Enrile comes to power in a political coup, backed by the United States in Manila, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 16, 1986: Police officials report 450 lbs of "super soldier drug" being stolen in San Francisco , California, much to the embarrassment of the Duke Administration,...

April 18, 1986: Martial artist Chuck Norris of Torrance, California emerges as the premiere martial artist after a 100-man kumite (a.k.a. hyakunin kumite) sparking international attention ,...

April 24, 1986: Lady Wallis Simpson dies in London, England, fueling mourning on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 19, 1986: U.S. Congress passes the Vigilante Rights Protection Act (VRPA), preventing the mandatory registration of vigilantes by state and local municipalities, sparking international attention,...

June 27, 1986: American vigilante Franklin Burton of Denver, Colorado assassinates Communist guerrilla leader Daniel Ortega in Managua, Nicaragua, fueling civil unrest and chaos in the region,...

October 14, 1986: Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) military forces launch forces into North Vietnam after mortar bombardment at Vi Xuyen, sparking international attention, ...

October 22, 1986: Chinese Chairman Ye Jianyang dies in Beijing, fueling a political succession crisis in the Chinese government, sparking international attention,...

November 2, 1986: Anti-war protests led by Carmen Hodgson erupt in 150+ cities nationwide, citing the opposition to military intervention in Nicaragua and El Salvador,...

November 3, 1986: United Nations General Assembly in New York City, censures the Duke Administration for its deployment of troops into Nicaragua, citing the rising drug trade in the region,...

November 4, 1986: Prevent AIDS Now Initiative Committee (PANIC) is passed by Congress in Washington D.C., calling for the mandatory registration of AIDS/ HIV patients,...

November 26, 1986: West German Chancellor Uwe Barschel is exposed in selling nuclear submarines to the South African apartheid government in Johannesburg, sparking international attention,..

December 17, 1986: Richard Allen Pesta (a.k.a. "Captain Sticky") of San Diego, California was arrested after being linked to a pornography ring,...

January 12, 1987: Saint-Laurent Nuclear Power Plant suffers a nuclear meltdown in Saint Lauren-Nouan, France, forcing the evacuation of Orleans, sparking international attention and concern, sparking massive debate about the safety and danger of nuclear power,...

January 20, 1987: Crime Sweeper James (NBC-TV) hosted by James Sallow becomes popular highlighting cases that have eluded vigilantes and law enforcement,..

January 25, 1987: Wonderland Amusements launches its ad campaign with the slogan It's In The Game with NFL MVP football player John Elway of the Dallas Cowboys, sparking international attention,...

March 4, 1987: U.S. military announces its deployment of troops into Nicaragua, claiming covert Soviet weapons deliveries in Managua, sparking international attention,...

March 4, 1987: CIA Director Charlie Ingram resigns, in an effort to protect the Duke Administration, from indictment by Speaker of the House Larry Lambert,...

March 12, 1987: LGBT form "ACT-UP" (AIDS/ HIV Coalition to Unleash Power) as a means to protect LGBTQ communities, amidst accusations that they are spreading the virus,...

April 15, 1987: U.S. President David Duke backs the rise of Colonel Aldo Rico, and his military coup overthrowing President Raul Alfonsin in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international outrage,...

April 22, 1987: Mayor and former action film star Clint Eastwood launches the "Take Pride in America" campaign in Carmel, California, sparking national attention and concern,...

May 29, 1987: Indian Republic vigilante Abhinav Bhagat a.k.a. "Mr. India" is unveiled in Bombay, India, much to the embarrassment of Soviet and British officials,...

August 18, 1987: British Indian government is thrown into chaos, forcing the deployment of troops into Colombo, after Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa is killed by a hand grenade by the Tamil Tigers, sparking international attention,....

October 5, 1987: Chinese military forces report attacks from North Vietnam at Longzhou, Guangxi, fueling fears of an escalating military conflict in the region,...

October 11, 1987: West German Chancellor Uwe Barschel commits suicide under mysterious circumstances in Bonn, triggering a political succession crisis, sparking international attention,...

November 19, 1987: European CEO Sir Clive Sinclair of the Sinclair Corporation dies in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK triggering a massive financial crisis,...

February 7, 1988: Crimebusters (FOX-TV) hosted by Tommy Richardson makes its hit debut, featuring criminals being captured by law enforcement and vigilantes,...

March 6, 1988: U.S. Green Beret members are filmed assassinating vigilantes 'Guardian Angel' Curtis Silwa and 'Misty Swan' Honey Clayton in New York City, New York, triggering civil unrest and concern about the nature of vigilantes and their relationship with the government,....

August 17, 1987: Hungerford Massacre; Vigilante Michael Robert Ryan kills 16+ people in Hungerford, England; Police officials report high levels of "super soldier" drugs, sparking international attention,...

April 15, 1988: Urban Chaos vigilante film starring Robert Duvall and Sean Penn, is blamed for mass shootings at movie theaters in Denver, Colorado sparking international attention,...

August 11, 1988: Seoul Riots; Unification Movement leaders led by Roh Tae-woo launch protests demanding the political unification of the Korean Peninsula, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 19, 1988: Comic book artists Dave Olbrich, Mike Richardson, and George Pérez, along with newcomers Todd McFarlane and Rob Liefeld leave DC and Marvel Comics calling for greater free agency and intellectual property ownership in New York City, New York,....

September 24, 1988: Canadian military forces unveil their "super soldier" drug treatment with Ben Johnson in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, fueling political tensions,...

October 5, 1988: Treary of Strasbourg; Chinese and Tibetan officials announce political recognition of Tibet, along with an agreement in Strasbourg, Germany, fueling international independence movements worldwide,...

October 6, 1988: Tensions mount between Israel and the United States, as U.S. President David Duke and Meir Kahane clash over oil shipments in the Persian Gulf,...

October 22, 1988: Charlie's Angels (ABC-TV) starring Tea Leoni and Patricia Manterola, sparking outrage by parents groups nationwide,...

October 27, 1988: Vigilantes launch a "call to arms" after Geraldo Rivera airs a news special on NBC-TV, claiming a nationwide network of Satanic cults, sparking international attention,...

November 3, 1988: British military forces are deployed into the Maldives, fighting against Tamil guerrillas led by Uma Maheswaran,...

November 15, 1988: British Prime Minister David Mellor passes the Vigilante Act of 1988, banning the use of "super soldier" drugs by vigilantes, sparking international attention,...

November 15, 1988: Palestine declares independence under Yasser Arafat in Ramallah, sparking international attention to the region,...

November 18, 1988: U.S. President David Duke (I-GA) signs legislation banning the civilian non-medical use of "super soldier" drugs, citing the death of police officers in the line of duty, sparking national outrage by vigilante groups, claiming an infringement of their Second Amendment rights,....

December 14, 1988: Second Spanish Civil War erupts; Socialist guerrillas led by Felipe Gonzalez launch an armed insurrection against the Fascist controlled government in Madrid,...

December 16, 1988: European CEO Maximus Hutchinson of Ocean Technologies unveils the "Crystalstation" game console, with the games 4 Hero, Besiege, and Monica Payne's Alien Harvest

January 1, 1989: Entrepreneur and CEO Scott Mitchell Rosenberg establishes Foxconn Comics in Portland, Oregon, amidst concerns of "irregular finances",....

January 7, 1989: Singer Madonna is brutally murdered by actor/husband Sean Penn in New York City, amidst reports of domestic violence and spousal abuse, sparking national attention,...

March 29, 1989: Lawson's Oil Spill; Lawson Corporation CEO Harmony Lawson denies responsibility for one of the largest oil spills in U.S. history in Burlington (a.k.a. Sisimiut), Greenland, sparking outrage by local residents,....

April 16, 1989: Japanese CEO Hotaka Nakamoto of the SEGA Corporation announces the product recall of the "Jupiter" game console, amidst reports of the consoles spontaneously combusting into flame,...

April 26, 1989: Paris Peace Agreement; China, the United States, Soviet Union, France and Japan announce 6 -Power talks between South Vietnam and North Vietnam ,...

May 24, 1989: U.S. President David Duke cancels peace talks with the U.S. government-in-exile with Chamaun Roberts, Ethan Johnson, and Ava Hopkins after a meeting with Soviet Premier Nikolai Ryzhkov,...

June 23, 1989: Salvadora starring Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton, directed by Tim Burton, helps to revive the franchise of superhero/vigilante films

July 1, 1989: Freedom's Rangers right-wing pulp novel series by Keith William Anderson features time-traveling special forces soldiers, attempting to eliminate the Soviet Union from the time-space continuum,...

July 18, 1989: Actress Abigail Coleman is brutally killed by vigilante Warwick "Cobra" Paul, after years of stalking the celebrity in Hollywood, California, sparking international attention,...

September 9, 1989: Silverback syndicated reality TV series hosted by Randall Potter makes it debut, as the first show to openly tout the "America's next superhero" in Hollywood, California, sparking international attention,....

September 18, 1989: French-backed Jean Baptiste Boukary Lingani overthrows President Compaore in a military coup in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, sparking international outrage,...

September 22, 1989: Police Academy Barracks in Miami, Florida are bombed, fueling calls for a crackdown on vigilante activity nationwide, with many claiming that the action is a "false flag" operation,....

September 22, 1989: Solders of Honor directed by Ridley Scott, starring Nobuyuki Funai and Cuthbert Perkins helps to introduce the Yakuza to mainstream media attention, sparking international controversy and threats of boycott,....

October 4, 1989: U.S.-backed Major Moises Giroldi overthrows the government of General Manuel Noriega in Panama City, sparking international attention,...

October 15, 1989: NASA satellites uncover evidence of the early stages of a nuclear weapon in Greifswald, East Germany fueling fears of a possible nuclear conflict,...

November 10, 1989: Soviet military forces into the Abkhazia region of Georgia SSR, amidst reports of Islamic fundamentalist violence in the region,...

November 14, 1989: "Time: Corporate World" album by Prince, featuring the singles "My Summertime Thang", "Data Bank" and "Donald Trump (Black Version)" , sparking international attention,...

December 1, 1989: Colonel Gregorio Honasan overthrows President Juan Ponce Enrile in a military coup in Manila, Philippines, sparking international attention,...

December 11, 1989: Right-wing vigilante "Sombra Negra" begins a war against MS-13 gang members in San Salvador, El Salvador, brutally executing and decapitating criminals, sparking national attention and concern,...

January 8-9, 1990: ACT-UP demonstrators/ vigilantes seize control of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia calling for the end to internment camps, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 4, 1990: East German General Secretary Erich Honnecker announces his wife Margot Honnecker as a possible successor, sparking international attention,...

February 17, 1990: Under the leadership of European CEO Dante Cunningham, the Moonblossom Entertainment Corporation emerges as one of the chief gaming companies in Western Europe in London, England, UK,...

February 22, 1990: Japanese CEO Mayumi Yoshinaga of Kosumi Corporation unveils its "Hyper Core" game console, sparking international attention,...

March 1, 1990: U.S. Secret Service and FBI agents raid the corporate offices of Cherry Dynamics company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sparking international attention,...

March 6, 1990: Soviet-backed Shahnawaz Tanai overthrows the government in Kabul, Afghanistan, sparking calls for Soviet military intervention, fueling civil unrest and panic across the region,....

March 23, 1990: Maria and the City romantic comedy, starring Hadley Rodgers and Stephan Castro, is the first R-rated film produced by Tiburon Entertainment,....

April 1, 1990: Vigilante Herman Woodward a.k.a. "Sgt. Slaughter", beloved by right-wing extremists, is exposed as a "enemy sympathizer" in Iraq,....

April 22, 1990: Major Gideon Orkar overthrows the military government led by General Ibrahim Babandiga from power in Lagos, Nigeria, fueling fears of possible attack in Biafra, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 31, 1990: Foodlytical Filipino fast food chain is established in Las Vegas, Nevada, popularizing Filipino food for mainstream American audiences, ...

June 7, 1990: The Wonderland ride Battle of Cagliostro based on the Arsène Lupin franchise is unveiled Santa Cruz, California, sparking national attention,...

July 27, 1990: Jamaat al-Muslimeen and Yasin Abu Bakr overthrows the government in Trinidad and Tobago in Port of Spain, becoming the first Islamic fundamentalist regime in the Western Hemisphere, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 2, 1990: Soviet forces are deployed into Iraq to back the regime of Hamid Majid Mousa, with U.S. military forces deployed into Kuwait, sparking political tensions and civil unrest in the region,...

September 15, 1990: Billionaire Ted Turner, Turner Communications, attempts to become a environmental vigilante, dubbed "Captain Planet"; many claim this is due to his relationship with actress Jane Fonda in Atlanta, Georgia, sparking national attention,...

September 17, 1990: Brazilian President Fernando Collor de Mello announces the development of a nuclear weapon at Cochimbo, Brazil, fueling fears of a regional nuclear arms race, sparking international attention,...

September 25, 1990: All football leagues including the NFL, NAFL, WFL, EFL, Japan League, and SPL have voted to merge into the global football association, Pro Football International, with Mitt Romney being the inaugural commissioner,....

November 5, 1990: Israeli Prime Minister Meir Kahane is assassinated in Tel Aviv, fueling political tensions in the region and across the Middle East,....

November 30, 1990: PFI Super Bowl I Championship in Frankfurt, Germany highlights the rivalry between Amsterdam Admirals and Frankfurt Galaxy, sparking international attention,....

December 9, 1990: NASA satellites detect c. 70-80 high explosive tests at Greifswald, East Germany fueling fears of a nuclear conflict in Europe,...

January 23, 1991: Day of Desperation; U.S. LGBTQ communities in San Francisco, California to New York City, New York launch "Day of Desperation" protests, citing the Duke Administration's decision to avoid AIDS/HIV research and funding citing the rising costs of war in Central America and Middle East, sparking international attention and concern,

February 7, 1991: British Prime Minister James Callaghan is assassinated at 10 Downing Street, in a terrorist attack by the Europa Defense Leguae, sparking international attention,

February 15, 1991: U.S. President David Duke begins the covert aid of Kurdish guerrillas led by Salah Omar al-Ali, despite concerns by Iran and Turkey, against the Soviet Union,...

March 1, 1991: Soviet military officials announce a "no-fly zone" over Iraq, fueling political tensions against the United States, Israel and Iran, sparking international attention,...

April 10, 1991: Soviet Premier Georgiy Stepanov announces the return of four northern islands including Sakhalin Island to Japan, with Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa, sparking international attention,...

April 12, 1991: Vigilante Muhaajir al-Shakoor emerges in Kabul, Afghanistan, attacking Soviet and Indian Republic forces, sparking international attention,...

June 7, 1991: Sports including Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Football League (NFL) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) announce a formal ban on "super soldier" drugs, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 18, 1991: UFO enthusiast Stanton Friedman demands that the United States "disclose it's full knowledge of UFOs" during a rally in New York City, New York,....

July 9, 1991: What Is Happiness? Japanese anime film written and directed by Ryuho Okawa makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

August 11, 1991: Tiburon Entertainment debuts 3 of its hit series on TBS-TV including Shaman King, Knightmare, and Black Jack, much to the delight of fans worldwide,...

August 14, 1991: Pesuto vs. The Ultraforce comic book features Japanese kaiju Pesuto battling American characters Patrick "The Brain" Star Harding and the Ultraforce, sparking international attention,...

September 28, 1991: NATO officials in Brussels, Belgium announce the withdrawal of nuclear forces from West Germany, sparking international attention,...

November 20, 1991: African-American singer Michael Jackson marries actress Brooke Shields in Beverly Hills, California, sparking international attention,

December 15, 1991: Pesutomēkā song by Rei Ayanami, featuring dialogue/sound effects from the film franchise, makes its hit debut,....

January 25, 1992: Soviet Premier Georgiy Stepanov approves the Project CENTAURUS, the initial construction of a nuclear-reactor based rocket, sparking international criticism and controversy,...

February 5, 1992: Venezuelan Revolution; Soviet-backed General Hugo Chavez overthrows President Carlos Andres Perez in a military coup in Caracas, Venezuela, forcing U.S. President David Duke to order the deployment of U.S. troops, fueling anti-American sentiment throughout Latin America,...

March 11, 1992: Islamic fundamentalist terrorist cells, linked with Al-Qaeda claim credit for bombings in Madrid, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 11, 1992: Enviromentalist vigilante "The Elf" , member of the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), emerges in Brighton, England, sparking international attention,...

March 14, 1992: Spanish General Strike; Spanish labor unions and student unions launch a general strike, highlighting political tensions across Europe,...

March 18, 1992: Harish Mahajan seizes control of British India in a military coup, proclaiming themselves a "living god", sparking international attention,...

March 23, 1992: Montreal Machine is accused of conducting massive bribes to law enforcement officials in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,....

May 1, 1992: East German officials allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors into Berlin for the first time, amidst reports of nuclear weapons development,...

May 16, 1992: Minbo, the Gentle Art of Etortion a film documentary directed by Juzo Itami, exposes the Yakuza control of the government, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa and Parliament members from the Liberal Democratic Party, sparking international attention,....

August 7, 1992: The Maid of Orléans directed by Emmanuelle Bouchard helps to revive the Crusader film genre, highlighting the futility or violence and religious extremism, sparking calls for the ban on the film,....

August 24, 1992: In a disturbing development, President Sun Myung Moon proclaims his messiahood in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

September 9, 1992: Pesutobīsuto animated series by Hanna Barbera Productions, makes its hit debut on the Cartoon Network, featuring the voices of Shigeru Iwata, Kit Greenwood, and Jessica French,...

September 22, 1992: Tory Prime Minister David Mellor is scandalized after allegations of bribes from the Palestinian government arise, fueling political tensions between the United States, Great Britain, Israel, and Palestine, ...

October 8, 1992: Mumba Babangida seizes control of Congo in a military coup, proclaiming themselves a "living god", sparking international attention,...

October 10, 1992: Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero declares war on Basque separatists ETA after a series of bombings in Madrid, sparking international attention and concern,...

October 18, 1992: Musical group Nitrous Oxide is revealed to be a vigilante group in Houston, Texas, sparking accusations that the group "revealed" this detail to boost record sales,...

January 25, 1993: CIA Director Francis Williamson is assassinated attack by Guardians Of Dixie (G.O.D. Council) in Langley, Virginia, sparking international attention and concern,...

January 27, 1993: Vigilante Sebastien Palomer a.k.a. "Thunder Hoop" of Paris, France dies at 46-years old from a heart attack, sending shockwaves through the community,...

May 5, 1993: 3 young boys in West Memphis, Tennessee, amidst accusations of "Satanic cult activities ", sparking international attention and concern,...

May 22, 1993: "Set Me Free" R&B single by Jermaine Stewart makes its hit debut, becoming an anthem for the African-American and LGBTQ Civil Rights Movement, sparking international attention,...

May 28, 1993: West German Chancellor Max Streibl is forced to resign amidst reports of bribery and corruption triggering a massive political succession crisis in Bonn, Germany,...

July 28, 1993: Europa Universalis Crusader film comedy directed by Emmanuelle Bouchard starring Joey Parham lampoons many of the tropes and cliches of the genre, sparking international attention,...

September 1, 1993: Islamic fundamentalist leader Suryat Huseynov launches an armed insurrection in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, forcing military intervention in the region, sparking international attention and concern,....

September 21, 1993: Nikita Fedoro launches a coup, overthrowing Premier Georgiy Stepanov in Moscow, threatening to trigger a global thermonuclear war,...

September 22, 1993: Vigilante Jun Kojo (a.k.a. "Reipuman", "The Rapeman") is captured and arrested in Tokyo, Japan, amidst reports of police turning a blind-eye or encouraging the attacks,...

December 2, 1993: Colombian President Pablo Escobar is assassinated in Medellin, highlighting the political balance rooted amongst the various cartels,...

December 12, 1993: Stasya Ivanova emerges as the Soviet Premier in Moscow, calling for an arms reduction conference with U.S. President James "Bo" Gritz,....

March 11, 1994: South African President Eugene Terreblanche launches a massive military crackdown on Bophutswana, fueling civil unrest and violence nationwide,...

March 11, 1994: Tokyo Riots; Riots erupt in the aftermath of the criminal trial of vigilante Jun Kojo (a.k.a. "Reipuman", "The Rapeman") who is given a sentence of 2 years, amidst claims, "the women liked it..."

March 22, 1994: ETA Basque separatists announce their official surrender to Spanish government officials in Madrid, sparking international attention and concern,..

April 2, 1994: "Talk to Me" album by Brazilian singer Xuxa makes its hit debut, featuring the singles "Crazy About You" and "Talk to Me", sparking international attention,...

May 1, 1994 : South Korea under Sun Myung Moon and North Korea announce political and economic reunification in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 24, 1994: East German General Secretary Erich Honnecker dies of a heart attack, triggering a massive succession crisis; Egon Krenz is named General Secretary, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 30, 1994: Brazilian President Fernando Collor de Mello and Argentinean President Carlos Menem warn of a possible nuclear conflict during a conference at Tlatelolco, Mexico, sparking international attention,...

June 12, 1994: Nicole Brown Simpson kills husband O.J. Simpson in Los Angeles, California, amidst reports of domestic violence and spousal abuse, sparking national attention,...

June 30, 1994: Monksland Riots; Anti-Catholic sentiment erupts in violence in North Lanarkshire, amidst accusations of sectarianism, after Protestant leaders claim that the region is under "Papist control", sparking civil unrest and violence in the region,....

August 12, 1994: Canadian Prime Minister Grant Bristlow is forced to resign after his ties to American vigilante groups are uncovered in Ottawa, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern,....

August 26, 1994: Strike Commando film directed by Oliver Stone, starring Troy Bourn and 'Flyin' Brian Pillman makes its hit debut, but is condemned for its glorification of violence, and its messages against vigilantes,...

September 19, 1994: United States, Russia, and China are banned from International Olympic Committee (IOC) events after testing positive for "super soldier" drugs in Geneva, Switzerland, sparking international attention and concern,....

October 1, 1994: Todd McFarlane's Spawn (TBS-TV) Saturday morning cartoon, based on the Foxconn comic book series by Todd McFarlane,....

October 12, 1994: U.S. and East German officials agree to a "Agreed Framework" for nuclear arms talks, agreeing to freeze plutonium production and uranium enrichment, sparking international attention,...

October 26, 1994: IAEA officials warn that east Germany is rapidly expanding its nuclear weapons program despite claims to the contrary, fueling tensions,...

November 1, 1994: "Verse Chorus Verse" by Nirvana makes its hit debut, featuring the singles "Serve the Servants" and "Drain You" singles makes their hit debut,...

November 8, 1994: Conservative/right-wing political parties under the leadership of President Bo Gritz (P-NV) suffer their biggest electoral losses, sparking calls for political reform,...

December 3, 1994: European Ocean Technologies unveils the "Crystalstation II" game console in New York City, New York, with the game titles Tales of Phantasia, Bulletborne, and Fleetland, sparking international attention,...

December 5, 1994: Soviet officials launch a military crackdown on Sevastopol, Ukraine SSR amidst Ukranian nationalist rallies, sparking international attention,...

December 11, 1994: Chechen Uprising; Chechen leader Dzokhar Dudayev leads an armed uprising and insurrection in Grozny, in defiance of the Soviet government, triggering Soviet deployment of troops into the region,...

March 1, 1995: Illusion of Phalcia video game by Kemco from Seika, Kyoto, Japan emerges as one of the top foreign made games of the period,....

March 17, 1995: Islamic fundamentalist leader Rovshan Javadov, launches an armed insurrection in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, fueling fears of Islamic fundamentalist revolution throughout Central Asia, sparking international attention,....

March 18, 1995: The World of Tomorrow syndicated TV documentary is broadcast in 300 U.S. cities, claiming that the U.S. government is getting ready to disclose the existence of extraterrestrial life and UFOs. Rumors spread that the documentary was produced by the Walt Disney Corporation as a means to promote their rides,...

April 30, 1995: Pro-democracy leader Nguyen Huu Chan seizes control of the government in a military coup d'etat In Hanoi, sparking international attention and concern for the region,...

May 6, 1995: Regime of self-proclaimed "living god" Moul Bourey of Cambodia collapses, signaling military intervention in the region,...

June 4, 1995: The Christian Coalition of America (CCA) unveils actor Willie Aames as "Bible Man" an evangelical Christian vigilante in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...

July 21, 1995: View-Master video game console by Kosumi Corporation is credited with popularizing virtual reality for mainstream audiences,....

September 8, 1995: Mike Danger pulp novel series by author Mickey Spillane, introduces science-fiction elements of a gumshoe detective from 1947 waking up in the 22nd century, sparking international attention,....

September 17, 1995: Korean President Hak Ja Han praises former President Sun Myung Moon for his political efforts at Korean reunification in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

September 28, 1995: Musical band Beef Evaporated after it is discovered that they are funding the vigilante youth group Young Justice Society in Charlotte, North Carolina, sparking international attention,...

October 1, 1995: "Through His Eyes" country album by Marilyn Martin, featuring "What She Doesn't Want to Know" and "Great Bog Dose of Me" makes its hit debut,...

October 2, 1995: Actress Nicole Brown Simpson is acquitted of murder of actor O.J. Simpson, citing years of domestic violence and spousal abuse; Simpson family members claim libel and defamation of character,...

October 30, 1995: Quebec led by MP Jacques Parizeau announces its independence and national sovereignty after winning a national referendum, sparking international attention and concern,....

December 1, 1995: ETA Basque separatists claim credit for the bombing of Guardia Civil barracks in Madrid, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 11, 1996: U.S. President John Hagelin (N-IA) announce the release of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., from prison in Birmingham, Alabama, sparking international attention,....

February 14, 1996: Islamic fundamentalist leader Hamid bin Jassim Hamad al-Thani overthrows the royal family of Qatar, establishing a theocratic dictatorship, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 7, 1996: MP Isais Carrasco is assassinated by Basque separatists ETA in Mondragon, Spain, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 15, 1996: " Songs of the Black Hole" science fiction concept album by Weezer, featuring the singles "Blast Off!", "Superfriend", and "She's Had a Girl" makes its hit debut,...

March 22, 1996: Soviet officials are shocked after capturing Anatoly Onoprienko (a.k.a. "The Beast of the Ukraine", "The Terminator") in Zhytomyr, Ukraine SSR, after admitting to killing over 52+ people, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 10, 1996: Superfly starring Quatesia Jones and Labron Hubbard introduces mainstream America to the "black mask" African-American vigilante genre, sparking national attention,...

June 13, 1996: Dunblane Massacre; Former SAS soldier/ vigilante Thomas Hamilton kills 16+ people in Stirling, Scotland; police officials report high levels of "super soldier" drug, sparking international attention,...

August 20, 1996: CIA Director Timothy Douglas resigns in Chevy Chase, Maryland, after reports of illegal activities and assassination by the organization are revealed by reporter Gary Webb,...

November 17, 1996: Basque terrorist leader Garikoitz Aspiazu Rubina (a.k.a. "Txeroki", "Cherokee") is captured by NATO forces, sparking international attention,...

December 8, 1996: Basque terrorist "Balak" attacks NATO positions, fueling calls for U.S. troop withdrawal, sparking international attention,...

March 24, 1997: Armed ACT UP demonstrators seize control of Wall Street in New York City, New York, citing pharmaceutical companies of price-gouging of AIDS/HIV patients, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 18, 1997: ETA leader Jurdan Martiegii is killed by U.S. military drones outside of Barcelona, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 24, 1997: Self-proclaimed sorcerer Ahmad Suradji (a.k.a. "Nasib Kelewang", "Datuk Maringgi", a.k.a. "The Sorcerer") is arrested in Medan, Indonesia, after killing 42+ people in an effort to gain supernatural powers, sparking international attention and concern,....

June 27, 1997: Printz v. United States; U.S. Supreme Court rules that the Vigilante Identification Act (VIA) , requiring the mandatory identification and registration of vigilantes as unconstitutional, sparking international attention,...

July 24, 1997: Yemenese investors Adam Ismail, Mustafa Khalil, and Abdullah al-Umari claim ownership of Mars, claiming that they had ownership from c. 3,000 BCE, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 1, 1997: Youngblood film based on the Foxconn Comics title by Rob Liefeld starring Edgar Lynch and Anderson "Andy" Chambers makes its debut despite being critically panned,....

August 9, 1997: Haitian immigrant Abner Louima is brutally beaten, raped and killed by vigilantes, amidst reports that the temp worker had sexually harassed a white woman,...

November 8, 1997: ACT-UP extremists are blamed for a failed assassination attempt on President John Hagelin and Mayor-elect Ruth Messenger at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

December 1, 1997: Bihar Uprising; Ranvir Sena militia launches a sectarian uprising led by Brameshwar Singh citing caste distinctions, sparking civil unrest and violence,...

December 16, 1997: Code Lyoko (TBS-TV) cartoon by Tiburon Entertainment, is blamed for epileptic seizures being triggered in youth in California, sparking international attention,....

December 20, 1997: Japanese vigilante Kimiko "Sen-ken" Uemura saves the life of Japanese celebrity Michi Shiba from a suicide attempt, citing the threat by the Yakuza in Tokyo, sparking international attention,....

February 28, 1998: Basque terrorist leader Ibon Gogeascochea emerges head of the ETA, fueling fears of renewed fighting across Spain, sparking international attention,...

March 26, 1998: U.S. President John Hagelin signs Executive Order #100088 officially closing AIDS/HIV internment camps, sparking international praise, citing the country's return to a commitment to civil rights,...

April 18, 1998: The Secret of Blue Water (TBS-TV) show is launched initially as a launchpad by Tiburon Entertainment for its animation studios, highlighting pilots for series including The New Adventures of Mister Galaxy, Felix Jr., and Sally the Witch, sparking international attention,...

June 1, 1998: Arkham Knight video game by Neversoft Entertainment company, is endorsed by vigilante group Young Justice Society of Charlotte, North Carolina, sparking national controversy,...

August 7, 1998: Osama: Holy Site Defender novel by author Mike Longshott, makes its hit debut, becoming a major bestseller across the Southern Hemisphere, particularly in the Middle East and Central Asia, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 25, 1998: Deathgate Scandal; State law enforcement officials in California are scandalized after it is revealed that the police have been actively running death squads to kill gang members as well as arming vigilante groups,...

August 31, 1998: East German officials launch their first IRBM missile from Peeneemunde, fueling fears that the country is on the verge of developing ICBM capability,...

December 14, 1998: Pesutodokutā kaiju film starring Michio Yamamoto and Noboru Morine including a cameo by American George Taylor makes its hit debut,...

September 28-29, 1998: "African Renaissance" is proclaimed in Johannesburg, South Africa, led by Yoweri Musevini, Thabo Mbeki, and Paul Kagame, signaling the political , economic and technological development of the Continent,...

October 12, 1998: Vigilante Dean Harrison is filmed being killed by a lynch mob in Baltimore, Maryland, sparking national attention and concern,....

November 1, 1998: Exposed! Secrets of Masked Avengers (FOX-TV) hosted former vigilante Nick Backay, makes its hit debut, sparking outrage in the vigilante community,..

November 12, 1998: Chicago Mayor Richard Daly II announces a $866 million lawsuit against gun manufacturers and retailers , for escalating the level of violence and crime, sparking international attention,...

November 28, 1998: PFI Super Bowl VIII Championship in Madrid, Spain between Mexico City Aztecs and Madrid Blaze is one of the highest rated games ever, with MVP Cristóbal De Cordova of the Madrid Blaze becoming a major celebrity,...

December 11, 1998: Environmentalist vigilante "The Elf", firebombs lumberyards in Monmouth and Eugene, Oregon, sparking international attention,...

February 6, 1999: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon calls for political reform of the United Nations in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

February 12, 1999: Jose Dorangel Vargas Gomez (a.k.a. "El Comegente") is captured in San Cristobal, Venezuela, after claiming to have killed c. 14+ to obtain supernatural powers, sparking international attention and concern.

February 18, 1999: Iranian-backed Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim leads an armed insurrection against the Soviet sponsored government in Baghdad,...

March 20, 1999: Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is publicly accused by 100+ women of sexual misconduct and abuse in Seoul, sparking political tensions across the Pacific Rim,...

March 25, 1999: Dissident leader Viacheslav Chornovil is brutally tortured and executed by Soviet officials in Lviv, Ukraine SSR,...

April 20, 1999: Columbine Massacre; Vigilante Warwick "Cobra" Paul fails to prevent the murder of 24+ students at Columbine High School by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, sparking international outrage and concern,....

April 22, 1999: Luis Alfredo Garavito (a.k.a. "La Bestia" / "The Beast") is captured in Genova, Colombia, claiming to have killed 300+ people, mainly young boys, sparking international attention and concern,....

May 1, 1999: Queen Midnight (TBS-TV) series featuring the voices of Mariam Dawson, Margaret Dittman, and Johnny Newton makes its hit debut with its surreal humor and style,...

May 7, 1999: Tensions between the United States and Soviet Union escalate after the U.S. naval vessel accidentally hits the Soviet embassy in San Francisco, California, threatening a possible war,...

May 23, 1999: Death of vigilante Dedrich Martell a.k.a. "Incognito" in Berlin, Germany from an equipment failure, despite medical intervention is seen as a major turning point,...

July 4, 1999: Bloomington Riots; Residents of Bloomington, Indiana clash with vigilantes led by Reverend Matt Hale, proclaiming "Take Back the Streets", sparking international attention,....

October 11, 1999: African leaders announce the development of Gaborone, Botswana as "Biotech Alley", fueling the economic and technological ascent of the region,...

October 14, 1999: U.S. President John Hagelin and Martin Luther King Jr., are awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Stockholm, Sweden, signaling that the country is committed to civil rights,...

November 10, 1999: World leaders including Paddy Ashdown, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Ryutaro Hashimoto call upon the United Nations to ban "super soldier drugs". U.N. Ambassador Nadim Mohammad of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia claims that the measure is a "political impossibility" in New York City, New York,....

December 2, 1999: Cantrell-Hagelin Agreement; U.S. President John Hagelin and Vigilantes led by Louie "Raven" Cantrell announce an agreement at Camp David, Maryland, announcing that they will "stand down", and will end their violence, sparking international attention,....

(END OF PART II)
 
PART III:

January 4, 2000: "Vigilante Spider" makes his debut in San Diego, California, along college campuses, sparking international attention, fueling questions about his age,...

March 26, 2000: Soviet Premier Svetlana Lebedeva comes to power amidst a major power struggle in Moscow, sparking international attention,...

May 12, 2000: The Power of Energy science fiction film starring Selena Wood and Hanley & Ronald Watson makes its hit debut, backed by pop psychologist Gascon De La Fontaine,...

May 19, 2000: George Speight seizes control of Fiji in a military coup, utilizing mercenaries, sparking international condemnation by the United Nations,...

July 14, 2000: Female rapper "Strings" makes her hit debut with her singles "Tongue Song" and "Raise it Up", backed by R. Kelly, amidst rumors of prostitution by local law enforcement,...

August 15-16, 2000: Armed ACT-UP demonstrators/vigilantes seal off Wall Street, demanding the the federal government eliminate the debts of primarily Third World nations due to price-gouging by pharmaceutical companies, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 20, 2000: MI6 Headquarters in London is bombed by terrorists from the Salman Caliphate, fueling international attention and military actions,...

October 5, 2000: Yellow Revolution; Collapse of the government of Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade, triggering civil war across Yugoslavia, sparking international attention,...

November 7- December 8, 2000: The country is divided as Progressive Party's Martin Luther King Jr., and Dean Johnson of United States Reform Party battle over the election results, with calls for ballot recounts in New York and California,...

November 8, 2000: Vigilante Bob Backlund (I-CT) wins a Congressional seat in Hartford, Connecticut, sparking international attention, based on a populist platform, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 26, 2001: Vigilante Chairman Vince McMahon announces the merger of vigilante groups into "The Justice League" in New York City, New York, fueling concerns of antitrust legal violations and possible class action lawsuits,...

June 15, 2001: Soviet Premier Svetlana Lebedeva and Chinese Premier Wang Jiangshang announce in Shanghai, the formation of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), establishing the world's largest trading zone, economically establishing a unified Asia,...

June 30, 2001: Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is a accused of multiple affairs, sparking calls for his immediate resignation in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 11, 2001: Chinese government officials establish the Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau in Beijing and Shanghai, featuring registered vigilantes including Meilin Dong, Shu Lei, and Wenyan Tao,...

December 9, 2001: Vigilantes Chris Jerico and Steve "Stone Cold" Austin clash in combat at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

February 11, 2002: "Cigarettes & Valentines" music album by Green Day makes its hit debut in Staten Island, New York, sparking international attention,...

March 17, 2002: Vigilante Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson defeats Hulk Hogan in combat in Las Vegas, Nevada, sparking national attention, the fight is considered by many the passing of one generation to the next,...

March 28, 2002: Tiburon Entertainment announces the video game/virtual reality franchise of Lethal Enforcers, featuring The Punisher, Patrick "The Brain" Star Harding, and Dirty Barry, quickly becoming a gamer hit,...

April 11, 2002: Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez is overthrown in a democratic revolution led by Pedro Carmona, backed by the U.S. King Administration in Caracas, Venezuela, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 22, 2002: U.S. Vice-President Mike Nelson is implicated in a sexual affair with aide celebrity pop singer Prunella Hoffman, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 6, 2002: Kashmir Event; British India and the Indian People's Republic clash after a boiled meteor crashes with a blast of 80 kilotons In the Kashmir region, triggering a humanitarian crisis,...

September 18, 2002: Iraqi leader Hikmat Dawud Hakim proclaims that his country is on the verge of developing a nuclear weapons capability, sparking international attention,...

October 23, 2002: Dubrovka Theater Bombing; 172 people are killed in the bombing by Chechen guerrillas of the historic theater in Moscow, sparking outrage and civil unrest across the Soviet Union,...

December 27, 2002: Brigette Boisselier , CEO of Clonaid, announces commercial cloning process in the Bahamas , sparking international attention and concern about the ethics,...

April 27, 2003: Boston Globe exposes U.S. military funding the Clonaid project, as a possible "super soldier" option, sparking international outrage and condemnation,...

July 27, 2003: General Gerardo Gambala and Sergeant Antonio Trillanes IV, seize control of the Filipino government in a military coup in Manila, condemned by the U.S. King Administration,...

September 20, 2003: Domestic Goddess (ABC-TV) starring Rosanne Barr, makes it's hot debut, sparking national controversy,...

October 15, 2003: In a shocking development Soviet cosmonaut Arina Novikova lands on the Martian surface with the Marx-2 spaceship, shocking American and European space programs,...

November 1, 2003: Pro Football International (PFI) team LA Rams files for bankruptcy amidst reports of "super soldier" drug use, sparking international attention,...

November 3, 2003: Yang Xinhai (a.k.a. "Monster Killer") is captured and killed in Luohe, Henan, China, admitting to have killed 67+ people, shocking local police and military officials, sparking international attention,....

November 11, 2003: White supremacist vigilante James Earl "Crimebreaker" Ray attempts the assassination of President Martin Luther King Jr., outside the White House, sparking international attention,...

January 25, 2004: Christian fundamentalist leader Cedric Mccarthy of Dallas, Texas calls for the impeachment of President Luther King Jr., sparking international attention,...

March 8, 2004: Gregory W. Nemitz, founder and CEO of Orbital Development (OC) sues the U.S. government under President Martin Luther King Jr., claiming ownership of Asteroid 433 Eros, sparking international attention and concern,....

March 23, 2004: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon is awarded the "Crown of Peace" by Korean leaders in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

April 13, 2004: CEO Richard Garriott (a.k.a. "Lord British") , founder of Portalarium, claims ownership of the moon, clashing with CEO Dennis Hope of San Francisco, California, with conflicting claims to the lunar surface,...

April 27, 2004: Celebrities Edgar Lynch and Anderson "Andy" Chambers amidst reports of unpaid royalties to artists and investors at Foxconn Comics, sparking international attention,....

August 20, 2004: Tiburon Entertainment CEO Hayao Miyazaki announces the initial purchase of Foxconn Comics in Milwaukie, Oregon, sparking national attention,...

December 9, 2004: Sons of Liberty organization establishes the Breitbart television network in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as a network, featuring Andrew Breitbart, Larry Solov, and Roderick Chapman as anchors, themed around vigilantes and their activities, condemning the King Administration and liberals as "criminal enablers"

December 8, 2004: Cuzco Declaration; 12 South American Nations led by Antonio Jose de Sucre, gathered in Cuzco, Peru form the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), proclaiming their independence from colonialism and American imperialism,...

December 12, 2004: Hugo Chavez announces the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) in Caracas, Venezuela, shocking European and American leaders,...

January 23, 2005: Soviet troops are deployed into the Ukraine SSR, after Viktor Yushchenko launches an armed uprising and insurrection, fueling anti-Soviet sentiment across the region,...

January 31, 2005: Purple Revolution; Iraqi government collapses in Baghdad amidst democracy movement protests led by Ahmad Chalabi comes to power, sparking international attention,...

February 9, 2005: Exxon Standard Oil Company announces that the Greenland Transpolar Pipeline (GTP) has been completed in Byrncastle, (a.k.a. Nuuk), Greenland, signaling a massive economic boom,...

March 8, 2005: Ezulwini Agreement; African leaders announce plans for reform and development of the United Nations, to further repsent the security needs of the African continent in Ezulwini, Swaziland, sparking international attention,...

March 25, 2005: Belarus Uprising; Alexander Lukashenko, in coordination with Zubr force leads an armed uprising and insurrection in Minsk, sparking calls for martial law,...

April 11, 2005: Kyrgyz Uprising; Soviet troops are deployed into Bishkek after an armed uprising and insurrection led by Askar Akayev, fueling tensions nationwide,...

May 18, 2005: Canadian MP Gurmant Grewal is elected Prime Minister, becoming the first Indo-Pakistani Prime Minister, sparking international attention, forging the "special relationship" with the United States and Canada,....

May 31, 2005: "Emotional Rollercoaster " album by Keke Wyatt , featuring the hit singles "Put Your Hands on Me" and "Look at What You Made Me Do" make their hit debut,...

June 24, 2005: Celebrity Johnny Wright claims the ability to "manifest metahuman powers" during an interview on the Saturday Night Live talk show, sparking international attention,...

June 29, 2005: ALBA Alliance leaders led by Hugo Chavez announce an oil-producing alliance in Puerta La Cruz, Venezuela, fueling tensions with Europe and the United States,...

July 10, 2005: Welcome to the Neighborhood (ABC-TV) reality TV series follows people of color, LGBTQ, and refugee families moving into American suburbs, sparking political debate,...

July 24, 2005: Telesur-TV is formed in Caracas, Venezuela as an alternative to American and European television and news agencies, fueling tensions across the hemisphere,...

August 17, 2005: Jillian Dinwiddie leads an investor/shareholder takeover of Tiburon Entertainment in San Francisco, California threatening a corporate hostile takeover,...

August 17, 2005: Andhra Pradesh Uprising; Anti-communist uprising occurs in Andhra Pradesh, led by Jehanabad fighters, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 26, 2005: Canadian vigilante Rebecca "Canadian Destroyer" Twitty emerges in Toronto, Ontario, much to the embarrassment of local officials who claimed that vigilantes were an "American phenomenon",....

October 9, 2005: retired teacher African-American Robert Davis is brutally lynched and murdered by vigilantes, after returning to his home in New Orleans, angering the African-American community nationwide,...

November 13, 2005: Death of vigilante Freddie Robinson a.k.a. "Red Robin" in Seattle, Washington from a heart attack, despite medical intervention is seen as a major turning point,...

December 13, 2005- January 4, 2006: Soviet officials announces that it cutting off the oil supply to Western Europe, sparking European Union accusations of "economic blackmail",...

December 22, 2005: Jewish refugee groups call for a boycott on Soviet-made products , citing continuing gross human rights violations, sparking international attention,...

January 9, 2006: Emily's Reasons Why Not (ABC-TV) romantic sitcom starring Heather Graham, makes its surprise hit series debut,...

February 24, 2006: Filipino President Antonio Trillanes IV proclaims a "State of Emergency " in Manila, fueling calls for U.S. military intervention in the region , sparking international attention,...

February 28, 2006: Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Senator Bill Clinton (D-AR) and introduce the Hatch-Clinton Vigilante Registration Act (VRA) in Congress, sparking national attention and concern; vigilantes are required to reveal their identities to the government and they have to undergo basic training and to meet (as yet unspecified) standards before they gain legal authorization to continue to fight crime,....

March 24, 2006: Marvelous Melmo (TBS-TV) live-action series starring Larissa Langstaff, Warwick Wright, and Paisley Stephens by Tiburon Entertainment, launching the career for celebrity Paisley Stephens,....

April 23, 2006: Former Korean President Jung Myung-Seok is arrested in Hong Kong amidst reports of sexual misconduct and abuse, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 5, 2006: Japanese vigilantes Kiyomi Sakamoto and Honda Kiku launch campaign to remove television networks and other corporations including Toei Company, Suidobashi Corporation, and Konami from the control of the Yakuza in Tokyo, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 5, 2006: Female vigilante "Nyx" makes her appearance in New York City, New York, aiding local homeless shelters, sparking national attention,....

July 11, 2006: Dalit Uprising; Dibyesh Anand launches a sectarian uprising in Mumbai, demanding the end of the Hindu caste system, citing the ill-treatment of the Dalit, "untouchable" caste,...

September 7, 2006: Kamaaluddeen "Karaṭi" bin Mahfooz emerges in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, emerges as the first vigilante for the region, endorsed by the Berenstain Media Group (BMG),...

September 9, 2006: PFI quarterback Clement Fleming battles Pesuto in a television commercial for the fate of the world (and Diet Coke), sparking international attention,...

October 9, 2006: East German leader Annelie Vogt detonates a nuclear weapon at Peeneemunde, fueling political and military tensions across Europe,....

November 7, 2006: Catechumen by Christian fundamentalist leaders Elbert Larson and Lawrence Gutierrez is released, amidst reports that the game is being used to promote hatred against Islam, Jewish, LGBTQ, New Age practitioners, and Communists,...

November 25, 2006: African-American Sean Bell is shot 56 times by vigilantes in Queens, New York, fueling racial tensions across the country,....

January 26, 2007: Tensions mount after it is revealed that British Television Network (BTV) television network had hacked the cell phones of Queen Elizabeth II & the British Royal Family and British politicians Benedict Howard and Gabrielle George, sparking international attention,...

February 17, 2007: Flamboyant Nicole Murray-Ramirez (a.k.a. "Nicole the Great" and "Queen Mother I of the Americas") emerges as the preeminent crime Lord in Seattle, Washington, holding court in San Francisco, California,...

April 1, 2007: Vigilante Vince McMahon defeats Donald Trump publicly in a public battle at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, fueling future political and presidential ambitions for the leader, sparking national attention,....

April 7, 2007: Streamline Studios and the Young Justice Society launch the television show Young Justice, popularizing the adventures of young vigilantes including Samson "Shimshon" Mitchell, Calanthe White, and Woody Reed,...

April 16, 2007: Virginia Tech Shooting; 33+ people are killed by Seung-Hui Cho in Blacksburg, Virginia; sadly vigilante Noah Titterington is wrongly arrested and detained, amidst being wrongly identified as the shooter,....

June 4, 2007: U.S.-backed General Vang Pao overthrows the government in Vientiane, Laos, sparking international attention and concern throughout Southeast Asia,...

June 7, 2007: Birmingham Riots; Alabama State Senators Charles Bishop (R-AB) and Lowell Baron (D-AB) incite a brawl in the State Senate Chamber, sparking national attention and concern, fueling concern about the escalation of violence in public discord,...

June 11, 2007: Conservative U.S. Senator Gregory Barrett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is arrested in Tulsa, Oklahoma attempting to solicit male prostitutes, sparking international attention,...

June 25, 2007: Vigilante Franklin Motley a.k.a. "Black Phoenix" is accused of killing spouse and vigilante partner Isabella Quinn a.k.a. "Scarlet Wonder", in (insert place here, shocking audiences worldwide,...

August 13, 2007: Quebecois President Maxime Bernier is forced to resign, after his secretary Julie Couillard leaks classified documents regarding national defense and political relations with the United States and Canada,...

August 17, 2007: Building Pixels documentary features Mirabelle Lucas, Thierry Thayer, and Miyuki Toma, reflecting the history of gaming and its huge popularity across the globe,...

September 5, 2007: The Saracen Blade film starring Joey Parham and Steven Crowder attempts to blend Crusader, Western, and Samurai tropes together in a strange narrative...

September 14, 2007: Pearl Aviation Company (PAC Enterprises) and Quadshade Corporation announce the XPRIZE, aimed to promote commercial space travel in Mountain View, California, sparking international attention,...

October 24, 2007: Soviet Premier Darya Soloveva announces the construction of the lunar base Trotskyburg to be completed in time for the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution,...

October 28, 2007: Sean McGuigan and Paul Adalsteinsson are arrested after attempting to blackmail Prime Minister Harrison Roberts and the British National Party with stories about their drug use and sexual activity,...

January 21, 2008: Project Veritas; Vigilantes led by Ashley Meskill and Regina "Retina" Norris launch a media campaign exposing sexual abuse and rape within the Roman Catholic Church, scandalizing leaders such as Pope Benedict XVII and Battista Fiorenzo "Bible Man II" Napolitani,....

February 11, 2008: East Timorese President Jose Ramos-Horta is assassinated in Dili, by Indonesian-backed guerrillas led by Alfredo Reinaldo, fueling calls for British, Japanese and Australian military intervention,...

March 31, 2008: President Martin Luther King Jr., announces that he will not seek a third term as President, during a speech in the White House Rose Garden, supporting Vice-President Hubert R. Wheeler for the nomination,...

May 7, 2008: Crime lord Jose Julio Sarria (a.k.a. "The Grand Mere, Absolute Empress I of San Francisco" , "the Widow Norton") is brutally assassinated in San Francisco, California, triggering civil unrest and violence,...

May 16, 2008: Monday Night Lights film starring Albert Quinn and Bernard Mitchell details the rampant scandals in football sports betting, sparking international attention,...

June 1, 2008: Fire erupts at Wonderland Orlando Resort, heavily damaging the Cat Catastrophe amusement park ride, sparking national attention,....

June 26, 2008: City of Washington D.C. v. McFarlane; U.S. Supreme Court rules that municipal legislation banning vigilantes as unconstitutional, sparking national controversy and debate,..

October 22, 2008: Treaty of Abuja; African Free Trade Zone (AFTZ) is established in a political and economic agreement in Abuja, Nigeria, is established, creating the world's largest economic bloc, sparking international attention,...

October 26, 2008: Football players Randolph Vargas and Chad Fletcher are banned from the sport, after reports of rampant sports gambling, sparking international attention,...

November 26, 2008: Rosie Live (NBC-TV) talk show hosted by Rosie O' Donnell, makes its hit series debut, sparking national attention,...

January 1-18, 2009: Soviet Oil Embargo; Soviet officials announces that it cutting off the oil supply to Western Europe, sparking European Union accusations of "economic blackmail",...

January 3, 2009: Anh Qang Cao is elected as president on a liberal reform platform in Saigon, South Vietnam, sparking international attention and concern,...

February 14, 2009: Dresden Riots; Claudia Roth, Franz Munthefering, and Gregor Gysi, demand political reforms from the East German government, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 9, 2009: East German dictator Elsa Zimmerman comes to power in Berlin, fueling fears of a regional conflict, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 15, 2009: Touch Down film starring Frank Adams and Patrice Daniel details the rampant scandals in football sports betting, sparking international attention,...

April 28, 2009: Unreal Developments website of Bethesda, Maryland and app emerges as the new site for independent developers and designers to produce games,...

June 10, 2009 : Musician Jason D'Cruze is heavily criticized after he hires vigilante Troy "Spider-Man" Fletcher as protection in Kansas City, Missouri, sparking international attention,...

June 27, 2009: World Luxury Association is formed in Beijing, China by former U.S. Secretary of State Howard Thornton, much to the embarrassment of White House officials,...

January 2, 2010: Martial artist "Phoenix Jones" makes his hit debut in Seattle, Washington, establishing the "Rain City Hero" movement, sparking international attention,...

January 21, 2010: Knight Rider (TBS-TV) is an adaptation of the Foxconn comic book series by George Pérez starring Maggie Duncan and Randolph Simonds, sparking national attention,..

February 19, 2010: "Anti-fascist blockade" led by Helma Orosz occurs in Dresden, East Germany,highlighting political tensions within the government,...

March 26, 2010: East German naval forces led by Admiral Gertraud Langer sink the West German vessel Baden-Württemberg in international waters, fueling political tensions in the region,...

March 27, 2010: Female vigilante gang "Ovarian Psychos" is established in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles, California, battling anti-abortion/ pro-life activists, sparking national attention,...

April 16, 2010: Kick-Ass written and produced by Mark Millar, starring Nicolas Cage and Chloe Grace-Moretz, highlights the current state of superheroes

April 16, 2010: Battle of Times Square; Riots erupt between vigilante groups Justice League of America and Blackwater Corporation in New York City killing 18 people, including 3 police officers, sparking calls to ban vigilantes,..

April 17, 2010: Iron Fist Campaign; Chinese Health Minister Qingzhao Huang launches a mass sterilization campaign starting in major cities, sparking international attention,...

April 25, 2010: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger handily wins the Austrian presidential elections, citing a populist platform, and his action film credentials, sparking international attention and concern,....

July 21, 2010: U.S. President Hubert R. Wheeler is accused of having a sexual affair with pop singer Violet Powers in St Louis, Missouri much to the embarrassment of progressives nationwide,...

July 21, 2010: U.S. President Hubert R. Wheeler (P-MA) calls for environmental protection of Inuit lands, warning of damage caused by the Greenland Transpolar Pipeline (GTP), after meeting with Greenland Governor Matthew "Matt" Simmons, sparking international attention,...

September 19, 2010: Tajikistan Uprising; Abdulhalim Nazarzoda launches an armed uprising against the Soviet government in Dushanbe, Turkmenistan SSR,...

November 4, 2010: European CEO Gaspard Bouchard of the Infogrames Corporation, orders the complete removal of images of super model/actress Thelma Barlow from advertising and games, after a messy divorce,...

December 10, 2010: Far Away From Home (a.k.a. Jìnnà Sí Ilé) Nollywood drama starring Ayoola Dayo and Jelanee Chinedu highlights the struggle of immigrants to the United States, sparking international acclaim and critical praise,...

February 13, 2011: Anti-government riots erupt in Dresden, East Germany, amidst accusations of "American intervention", fueling military tensions across much of Europe,...

March 15, 2011: Homefront video game by Maximum Games sparks controversy with the United States being divided between Communist China and the Soviet Union,...

April 11, 2011: Trenton Uprising; Black Panther Party members led by Divine Allah, clash with American Independent Party (AIP) members in Trenton, New Jersey, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 2, 2011: Scandal erupts after the Canadian national elections are ruled invalid, amidst accusations of election-tampering and reports of foreign hacking, threatening to undermine Microsoft, which had claimed their election devices were "impossible to hack", sparking international attention....

June 15, 2011: Sacramento Riots; California State Assemblymembers Warren Furitani (D-CA) and Don Wagner (R-CA) publicly brawl over race and civil rights, sparking international attention and concern,...

August 5, 2011: Ukrainian dissident leader Yulia Timoshenko is executed in Moscow, citing her "counter revolutionary activity" in the Crimean region,...

September 13, 2011: "Neon Indian" music album by Vega International Night School, makes its hit debut in Palermo, Italy, sparking international attention,....

October 29, 2011: Actor Jimmy Saville is beaten to death by vigilantes In West Leeds, Yorkshire, England, amidst reports of child molestation, sparking international attention,....

November 25, 2011: All-female vigilante group "Red Brigade" led by Usha Vishwakarma is formed in Lucknow, India, battling against rape and sexual violence nationwide,sparking international attention,...

November 26, 2011: PFI Super Bowl XXI Championship in Moscow, Soviet Union between Moscow Torpedoes and New York Giants is considered the "Greatest Game of All Time", with MVP Vladimir Alexeev becoming a major celebrity,...

December 17, 2011: East German dictator Katrina Wolf comes to power in Berlin, fueling fears of a regional conflict, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 23, 2011: Vigilante Garrick Adkins is arrested in San Francisco, California, after allegedly beating and killing refugees from Asian countries, fueling racial tensions and civil unrest nationwide,....

March 13, 2012: Korean leaders announce the introduction of biometric driven cameras and drones as means to "combat crime ", shocking civil libertarians, but generally accepted by the public at large,...

May 20, 2012: The Return of Pesutomonsuta American remake of the Japanese kaiju film starring Regina Vasquez directed by Marin Christian makes its hit debut, despite being lambasted by critics,...

June 2, 2012: The Final Judgment, Japanese anime film written and directed by Ryuho Okawa makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

June 29, 2012: Kings of the Urban Jungle Nollywood action film starring Van Vicker and Jajah Halimnye makes its hit debut, highlighting African sentiments of America and Europe as violent places,...

September 2, 2012: Former South Korean President Sun Myung Moon dies at his home in Seoul, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 19, 2012: Plebegate; British Prime Minister Andrew Mitchell is forced to resign after an altercation with police, forcing a succession crisis within the Tory Party, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 21, 2012: Chinese President Bo Xilai announces the construction of a lunar base at the Aitken Base, near the South Pole of the moon, fueling political tensions between the United States and China,....

September 27, 2012: Celebrities David Futrelle, Larissa Langstaff, and Andrew Heptinstall and activists Nelson "Mr. Geis" Vaughn and Eloise Daves launch massive protests against the Greenland Transpolar Pipeline (GTP) in Byrncastle, (a.k.a. Nuuk), sparking international attention,...

November 20, 2012: Chinese Foreign Minister Wenyan Wan is arrested in Beijing after taking multiple "sex bribes", sparking international attention,...

November 21, 2012: The Division film starring Ingram Burton, Benedict Garza, and Vanessa Sarratt features East Germany triggering a takeover of the globe with an EMP blast,...

December 5, 2012: Ottawa Brawl; Canadian Parliament members MPs Nathan Cullen, Peter Van Loan, and Tom Muclair brawl in Ottawa, Ontario, showing that brawls in the legislature are not a "purely American phenomenon..."

December 14, 2012: Sandy Hook Massacre; Vigilante Carl Benjamin is killed after teenage shooter Adam Lanza killed 26+ people in Newtown, Connecticut, sparking national attention and concern,....

December 25, 2012: Hearts of Iron Crusader film directed by Quentin Tarantino starring John Gary and Noah 'Spoony' Antwiler helps insert modern tropes on race and religion into the genre,...

December 25, 2012: Choi Soon-sil is elected as the first female President of Korea, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 28, 2012: Soviet officials announce the freezing of all trade with the United States, claiming "counter-revolutionary activity", sparking international attention,...

January 22, 2013: The New York Times receives documents proving that the London Monarchs football team is using "super soldier drugs" on its players, sparking international outrage,....

February 5, 2013: Fox News receives documents proving that the Detroit Lions football team is using "super soldier drugs" on its players, sparking international outrage,....

February 15, 2013: Chelyabinsk Disaster; meteor devastates the city of Chelyabinsk, Russia, fueling civil unrest and panic across the region killing 14,910 people, sparking international attention,...

March 19, 2013: Chinese President Bo Xilai kills Chinese celebrities Shao Daiyu, Qiao Cuifen, and Lin Shuchun, sparking international attention and concern,...

March 25, 2013: CEO Dennis Hope meets with White House officials warning that he owns 2.5 million acres of the lunar surface, fueling political pressure for political leaders, sparking international attention,....

April 5, 2013: Horace Carpenter of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania leads Congressional hearings warning of the need orbital space defense, in Washington D.C.,...

May 2, 2013: Vigilantes led by Vince McMahon, Bruno Burke, and Harvey "The Enforcer" Osborne nationwide launch 'Operation Cleanup' in 350+ cities including Denver, Stanford, Detroit, Dallas, and New York City, as a means to launch a "dragnet" against criminals nationwide, much to the anger and frustration of police officials,...

July 13, 2013: No More Vigilantism (NMV) movement is started in Detroit, Michigan; community leaders including Lawrence "Larry" Keller lead protests after pop singer and feminist Isabella Carline is accidentally killed in the "Operation Cleanup" action by vigilante Harvey "The Enforcer" Osborne,....

July 18, 2013: Red Square Massacre; Soviet officials launch a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Moscow led by Sergey Kurginyan, sparking fears of a civil war,...

July 19, 2013: Working For Felix documentary by Bennett Snee sparks controversy by uncovering unfair labor conditions and racism at Tiburon Entertainment,...

August 19, 2013: Senator Winston Tucker of Tampa, Florida accuses President Hubert R. Wheeler of using the IRS to "intimidate conservative leaders and men of faith..."

October 28, 2013: U.S. President Hubert R. Wheeler, Japanese Prime Minister Momoko Arakawa, and French President Florence Perreault call for the peaceful development of space at the United Nations General Assembly, citing the Chelyabinsk Disaster...

November 6, 2013: Soviet officials are shocked after capturing Mikhail Popkov (a.k.a. "The Werewolf") , committing rape and murder sprees in Angarsk, Irkutsk and Vladivostok, claiming to have killed 200+ people, despite claims that serial killers are an "impossibility" in a socialist state,....

November 18, 2013: Ford Nation (SNN-TV) conservative political talk show hosted by former Toronto mayor Rob Ford, exposing the seamier side of Canadian politics, makes its hit debut,...

December 3, 2013: Speaker of the House Jeff Gordon of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma calls for the impeachment of President Hubert R. Wheeler, sparking international attention and concern,...

December 9, 2013: Vigilante Licensing Act; Congress passes legislation requiring that only federally licensed vigilantes and police officials are allowed to conduct arrests and investigations, sparking international attention,...

March 21, 2014: New England Massacre; Vigilantes led by Leo "Raging Tiger" Ruell launch their 'Operation RLAO' (Restore Law And Order) in the New England states, launching a brutal crackdown on members of the "criminal element", sparking international attention and concern,...

March 29, 2014: SEGA video game company CEO Mirabelle Lucas introduces the Oculus Rift augmented reality device (ARD) to mainstream audiences,...

April 9, 2014: British Prime Minister Maria Miller is forced to resign after reports of elaborate bribes and gifts from political donors, further embarrassing the Tory Party, forcing another leadership succession crisis,....

April 26, 2014: Martial artist Andrei Kuzmin of Leningrad emerges as the premiere martial artist, the first from the Soviet Union, after a 100-man kumite (a.k.a. hyakunin kumite) sparking international attention ,...

May 15, 2014: Musician Selena Gomez is hospitalized in Los Angeles, California after a miscarriage, losing her child with Justin Bieber, sparking international attention,...

June 12, 2014: Soviet troops are deployed into Iraq, as the country falls into civil war after Ali Khathem Aziz attempts to overthrow the government in a sectarian coup, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 13, 2014: Trangender "Avaughna Sanoir" proclaims herself "Empress of Canada" in Toronto, Ontario, triggering civil unrest and violence,...

August 31, 2014: Baldwingate; online event scandalize the vigilante/celebrity scene with identity of vigilantes being leaked including Alec "The Quiet Man" Baldwin of California City, California, as well as leaking nude photos of female vigilantes including Sirena Bailey and Lola Del Rio,...

September 9, 2014: Singer and teen celebrity Courtney "Kenzie Benzie" Bacchus announces her support for the international space program in Battle Creek, Michigan much to adoring fans,...

October 10, 2014: East German leader Katrina Wolf dies mysteriously, to be replaced by Annaliesa Tiedemann in Berlin, fueling fears of a nuclear conflict in Europe,...

October 17, 2014: The Avengers starring Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans becomes the first superhero/vigilante film to win the "Best Picture", sparking international attention and concern,...

November 24, 2014: East German hackers dubbed "Commodore" hack into Psygnosis gaming corporation in Liverpool, England, UK, releasing bootleg copies of the games Rollcage: World Class, Hired Guns, and Dynaspace, sparking international attention,...

December 1, 2014: Janet Q. Nguyen leads the call for political reform during elections in Saigon, South Vietnam sparking international attention ,...

December 8, 2014: U.S. Speaker of the House Jordan Wells of Baltimore, Maryland is implicated in a sexual abuse scandal in Washington D.C., sparking international attention,...

December 21, 2014: Romanian Communist government under President Traian Basescu collapses amidst popular protests in Bucharest, fueling political tensions in the region,...

February 24, 2015: U.S. President Hubert R. Wheeler (P-MA) orders that oil flow for the Greenland Transpolar Pipeline (GTP) be halted, citing class action suits against the Lawson Corporation,...

June 9, 2015: At Night She Cries, While He Rides His Steed LGBTQ Western pulp novel by Ross Patterson becomes a major bestseller, marketed as the first "Romance Novel for Dudes", sparking international attention,...

July 29, 2015: Congresswoman Alicia Wang (D-CA) of San Francisco, California passes the Vigilante/ Private Security Registration Act (VPSRA) in Washington D.C., fueling tensions between vigilantes and law enforcement agencies

August 23, 2015: Boris The Bear (TBS-TV) based on the Foxconn comic book series by Mike Richardson starring Ryan Lindsey and Daley Herrera, makes it series debut,...

September 7, 2015: Bangkok Disaster; metropolitan Bangkok, Kanchanaburi to Nakhon Ratchasima, is devastated by a 3.9 kiloton blast, effectively decapitating the Thai government, including the Thai Royal Family and the Thai government, sparking a military "State of Emergency " led by General Prayut Chan-o-chan at Chiang Mai, sparking international attention,...

October 10, 2015: The Laws of the Universe, Japanese anime film written and directed by Ryuho Okawa makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

October 23, 2015: "25" album by British singer Adele, makes its hit debut in London, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

November 1, 2015: Pro Football International (PFI) Commissioner Joe Ellis announces the expansion of the PFI with formation of the Oklahoma Cowboys, Hong Kong Surge, and Singapore Islanders,....

November 2, 2015: SEGA Corporation led by CEO Hisashi Nagamine is implicated scandal in gamer customer records and data was stolen in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention,....

November 5, 2015: Million Mask March; Protesters in 650+ cities, including New York City, London, Manila, and Tokyo protest the increasingly authoritarian views of the government, gathering en masse, and in opposition to vigilantes,.....

December 12, 2015: 1970s Music legend Lee Scratch Perry is honored by the music industry in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

December 15, 2015: Second Birmingham Brawl; Municipal leaders clash in City Hall in Birmingham, Alabama fueling the image of the South as being unruly and uncivilized, sparking international attention,...

February 14, 2016: "Anniversary " album by Ed Rollins, makes its hit debut in Savannah, Georgia, in time for Valentine's Day sparking international attention and concern,...

March 21, 2016: Canadian Prime Minister Pamela Wallin along with Senators Patrick Brazeau, Mike Duffy, and Mac Herb are are forced to resign amidst reports of corruption and money-laundering, sparking international attention and concern,....

April 18, 2016: Priceless Love Nollywood romantic comedy starring Halim Chinweike and Jajah Halimnye makes its hit debut, highlighting Nigerian cinema and its stars,....

April 23-25, 2016: Battle of Stone Mountain; Bastards Motorcycle Gang engage in a gun battle against KKK members in Stone Mountain, Georgia, sparking national attention,...

May 13, 2016: Vigilante Rodrigo R. Duterte (a.k.a. "Punisher" , "Duterte Harry") is elected president of the Philippines, proclaiming a "war on criminals" in Manila, sparking international attention,...

May 18, 2016: Elbowgate; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is accused of "unfairly launching a cheap shot elbow punch" at Conservative Whip MP Good Brown and MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau in Ottawa, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern,...

June 2, 2016: Martial artist Indalecio Mowad of Mecca, Salman Caliphate emerges as the premiere martial artist , becoming the first Muslim to hold the title, after a 100-man kumite (a.k.a. hyakunin kumite) sparking international attention ,...

June 25, 2016: Lauren Ruis of New York City, New York establishes the "Perv Busters" , targeting sex crimes against women and members of the LGBTQ community, sparking international attention,...

June 26, 2016: Battle of Sacramento; Antifa and anti-racist leaders clash with vigilantes outside the California's state capital, sparking international attention,...

July 1, 2016: U.S. Presidential candidate Jill Stein in Lexington, Massachusetts, calls for a crackdown on vigilante activity, fueling calls for assassination by members of the vigilante community including Judy "Scorpion" Baldwin,...

July 6, 2016: Soviet officials announce anti-terrorist legislation granting broad police powers in order to curb dissent, sparking international criticism by civil libertarians,...

July 16, 2016: Fethullah Gulen overthrows President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an Islamic fundamentalist revolution in Ankara, Turkey, fueling calls for military intervention by NATO and the European Union,...

September 1, 2016: Foxconn Comics CEO Chris Ryall announces its move from Portland, Oregon to San Francisco, California in an effort to be closer to Tiburon Entertainment corporate headquarters,...

September 12, 2016: Chinese President Bo Xilai and Soviet Premier Tasha Kozlova proclaim the construction of the space station Shizuishui, sparking international attention and concern,...

September 29, 2016: InterSpace Agreement; World leaders led by President Hubert R. Wheeler, U.N. Secretary-General Yasmine Augustin, and Soviet Premier Tasha Kozlova announce an agreement for space development at New York City, New York citing Kashmir, Chelyabinsk and Bangkok disasters,...

October 14, 2016: Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-SarRaj is overthrown in a Islamic fundamentalist revolution in Tripoli, led by Khalifa al-Ghawil, sparking fears of a "Islamic Caliphate ",...

October 31, 2016: Indian cosmonaut Anika Bhavsar of Hyderabad, lands at Oceanus Procellarum (a.k.a. "Sea of Storms") sparking international attention, angering British officials,...

November 8, 2016: Vince McMahon (I-NJ) is elected to the U.S. presidency based on a populist/ libertarian platform, along with his history working with the vigilante community: Vigilante Terrance Guido "Rhyno" Gerin (I-MI) of Dearborn, Michigan also wins race for the state legislature, sparking international attention and concern,.

November 14, 2016: In a controversial move, CEO Akane Umemoto of the Kosumi Corporation announces that he will be constructing "Thunder" game consoles in Shanghai, China, sparking international criticism,...

November 25, 2016: British charity Space Pioneer led by Jennifer Dawson produces the song Lift Off For Space featuring singers Randall "Second Sebastian" Robertson, Vincent "Brooklyn" Chambers and Kate Steele in an effort to support InterSpace efforts, sparking international attention,...

December 14, 2016: All-female gang of vigilantes "The Gulabi Gang" is formed by Sampat Pal in Banda, Uttar Pradesh, India, targeting male criminals, sparking international attention,...

December 25, 2016: "Trojan Souls" album by George Michael, featuring the musical singles "White Light" and "Extended Plaything, makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

January 21, 2017: Culture Minister Cho Yoon-sun launches a blacklist of all former Communist Party members and those "critical" of the government, shocking human rights activists,...

February 19, 2017: Soviet dissident Ivan Braginsky emerges as the vigilante "Antisovetskiy" in Stalingrad, embarrassing Community officials who claim vigilantes are nonexistent in a socialist society,...

February 23, 2017: Soviet Superwoman Soviet film by Sark Andreasayan, starring Natalya Arlovskaya as the titular character introduces the idea of superheroes into Soviet pop culture,...

March 7, 2017: No Asteroids Allowed featuring musicians Jocelyn Rehbein and Duncan "The Hawk" Hawkins helps to promote the space program citing the tragedies of Kashmir, Chelyabinsk, and Bangkok, sparking international attention,...

March 27, 2017: U.S. President Vince McMahon and Attorney-General Richard Hanson orders the arrest of environmental activists including Nelson "Mr. Geis" Vaughn for protesting the Greenland Transpolar Pipeline (GTP) on charges of "domestic terrorism",...

May 29, 2017: Austin Riots; Texas House of Representatives erupts in violence after Matt Rinaldi (R-TX) and Poncho Nevarez (D-TX) exchanged racial epithets and insults, sparking national attention and concern,...

September 25, 2017: Lithuanian nationalist leader Gintataus Kevisas is arrested in Kaunas, crushing nationalist dissent in the Baltics, sparking international attention,...

October 6, 2017: Video from a party held by the Las Vegas Raiders team in Las Vegas, Nevada shows team members with prostitutes and drugs, sparking outrage,....

November 12, 2017: StratoEnterprises in cooperation and contracting with the U.S. Department of Defense in Mountain View, California announces the development of LX-700 Liberator autonomous drones, with the ability to deploy 700,000 units with surgical precision.

December 4, 2017: The Felix Show animated series is adapted for Broadway musical starring Mandy Carline, Mariam Dawson, and Joe Pierce in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,...

December 7, 2017: U.S. Senator Ged Johnson of Alexander City, Alabama resigns amidst reports of sexual misconduct in Washington D.C., sparking international attention,...

December 10, 2017: Soviet military officials announce the immediate withdrawal of military forces in Iraq, fueling international attention and concern about the stability of the region,...

January 25, 2018: Muqtada al-Sadr launches a coup against the Iraqi government in Baghdad, fueling sectarian violence and civil unrest in the region,...

February 19, 2018: Presidents' Day Massacre; Vigilante Richard Spencer, suffering from severe PTSD, kills 17+ people in the White House in Washington D.C., sparking national outrage and sentiment against vigilantes,...

March 12, 2018: Masks Beget Masks starring Garrick Woolery and Larissa Moody (Woody Moody) makes its hit debut as a Broadway musical, detailing the lives of vigilantes,...

March 13, 2018: Members of the Paris Lafayettes football team are accused of rape in Tokyo, Japan, sparking debate and controversy within the league,...

March 24, 2018: Remove The Masks March is established in direct opposition to the McMahon Administration, with celebrities including David Futrelle, Jeremy Harrett, and Joey "Big Joel" Parkinson calling for the end to vigilantes nationwide, sparking international attention and concern,....

April 16, 2018: Korean President Choi Soon-sil is forced to resign amidst reports of "opinion rigging" via computer hacking, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 1, 2018: Vigilante Glenn "Kane" Jacobs is elected Mayor of Knox County, Tennessee, citing a libertarian / populist platform, sparking national attention and controversy,....

May 2, 2018: "My Dear Melancholy" album by The Weeknd, makes its hit debut in Toronto, Ontario, sparking international attention,...

May 8, 2018: Soviet troops are deployed into Yerevan, Armenia, after the overthrow of Serzh Sargsyan, fueling fears of ethnic civil war, sparking international attention,...

May 24, 2018: Wheeler's America: Journey Into The Stars Above documentary by former President Hubert R. Wheeler makes its hit debut, featuring celebrities David Futrelle, Emmanuelle Bouchard, and Lawrence "Larry" Kelly promoting the need for the international space program, sparking international attention,...

June 12, 2018: U.S. President Vince McMahon meets with East German leader Annaliesa Tiedemann in Hamburg, touted as the "meeting of the century", sparking international attention,...

July 4, 2018: Vigilantes clash with officials launching their annual 'Judgement Day', amidst growing claims that the federal government is considering action to replace and eliminate vigilantes, sparking claims of racism, sexism, homophobia, and misogynistic behavior,....

July 12, 2018: Former vigilante Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Actor Tom Hanks announce their bid for the U.S. presidency in New York City, New York, amidst claims of a "co-presidency", sparking national attention,...

July 15, 2018: President Vince McMahon along with conservative celebrities/pundits Alex Turner, Hadden Pauley, and Grant Greenwood condemn former President Wheeler's documentary Wheeler's America: Journey Into The Stars Above as a "liberal plot to undermine his presidency..."

July 20, 2018: Macedonian Revolution; Yugoslavian region of Macedonia seceded, after an armed insurrection led by Gjorge Ivanov, signaling ethnic and political unrest in the region,...

September 4, 2018: Huntergate Scandal; Journalists in Atlanta, Georgia uncover evidence that members of the federal government have hired mercenaries including "Storm Corporation" in an effort to escalate and promote violence, promoting the need for vigilantes,...

September 20, 2018: West German leader Angela Merkel and East Germany leader Klothilda Dirksen meet in Magdeburg, proclaiming "unprecedented unity" for a "nuclear-free Germany", ...

October 22- November 2, 2018: Vigilante Thelma Mcdaniel is arrested in Scarhampton (a.k.a. Ilulissat), Greenland after attempting to assassinate political opposition leaders including Malcolm Knight, Eloise Daves, and Stewart Wilcher, sparking national controversy,...

November 6, 2018: Vigilante Tim Donnelly (R-CA) (a.k.a. "The Minuteman ") is elected to Congressbased on an anti-immigrant platform, supported by President Vincent McMahon, sparking international attention,...

November 6, 2018: Pro Football International (PFI) announces that it is shutting down the London Monarchs amidst reports of criminal behavior by team members, sparking international attention,...

November 30, 2018: Pesuto is given an honorary star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with film franchise stars Arn Magnusson, The Punisher, and Arsène Lupin attending the ceremony in Los Angeles, California,...

February 22, 2019: My Girlfriend Is A Wizard , Japanese romantic comedy anime film written and directed by Ryuho Okawa makes its hit debut, starring Fumika Shimizu, ...

April 11, 2019: Israeli Inksure Technologies corporation led by CEO Gabrielo Liberman successfully lands on the lunar surface, sparking international attention,...

June 17, 2019: Project Black shocks the world, with hackers Willa Watkins and Hadwin Barton, exposing the Chinese campaign of organ harvesting of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang, before the United Nations in New York City,...

June 25, 2019: The Sons of Liberty report the commercial failure of the Breitbart vigilante themed television network in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, claiming that "liberal boycotts and progressive slander" have caused the collapse of the network,...

July 19, 2019: Sino-Soviet Space Station Novocheryol parks itself in orbit over the American city of Washington D.C., fueling political tensions between the super powers,...

July 24, 2019: Vietnamese pop singer Truc Ho leads the call for political reform sparking international attention and concern across the region,...

August 16, 2019: Governor Aleqa Hammond (D-GL) condemns the McMahon Administration's attempt to sell the state of Greenland to the European Union, as "hyper-partisan " activity, fueling international controversy in Washington D.C.,

September 27, 2019: Egyptian government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi collapses in Cairo, amidst pro-democracy demonstrations, sparking international attention,...

October 1, 2019: Former vigilante and Minnesota governor Jesse "the Body" Ventura announces his bid for the U.S. presidency, citing a populist and libertarian platform, on an independent ticket, sparking international attention and concern,

November 15, 2019: ALBA Alliance forces are deployed into Bolivia, after a U.S.-backed coup against President Evo Morales in La Paz, sparking international attention,..

November 16, 2019: Chinese Communist Party leaders Xiaodan Qian, Weisheng Ma, and Tengfei Feng are forced to resign amidst reports of organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international attention,...

November 24, 2019: Chinese government officials including Jiaying Zou, Baozhai Qiao, and Shanyuan Qiao resign abruptly, after being linked to organ harvesting in Xinjiang, sparking international outrage,...

December 6, 2019: Darkness Falls (a.k.a Okunkun Dudu) Nollywood fantasy film starring Akachi Uchy and Jajah Halimnye makes its hit debut, sparking international attention,...

January 10, 2020: Tiburon Entertainment CEO Duncan Estrada announces the construction of a Asian Wonderland amusement park in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention and controversy,...

February 28, 2020: Nori Taguchi, CEO of Sammy Holdings announces the purchase of the Kosumi Corporation in a hostile takeover in Tokyo, Japan,...
 
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