10 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True

May 18, 2015   |   Jake Anderson

Sometimes conspiracy theories become conspiracy facts.

(ANTIMEDIA) In recent years, the mere notion of conspiracy theories has increasingly been stigmatized and ridiculed by mainstream news outlets, internet trolls, and “rational” thinkers. Yet, with powerful revelations by Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, WikiLeaks, and generations of intrepid journalists, we now know that many outlandish geopolitical and domestic “conspiracy theories” were and are cold-blooded truths of the modern world. Here are 10 that are well-documented and profoundly disturbing…

1) The Gulf of Tonkin Incident

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The Gulf of Tonkin incident, a major escalator of US involvement in the Vietnam War, never actually occurred.

It’s true. The original incident – also sometimes referred to as the USS Maddox Incident(s) –involved the destroyer USS Maddox supposedly engaging three North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boats as part of an intelligence patrol. The Maddox fired almost 300 shells.

President Lyndon B. Johnson promptly drafted the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which became his administration’s legal justification for military involvement in Vietnam. The problem is the event never happened.

In 2005, a declassified internal National Security Agency study revealed that there were NO North Vietnamese naval vessels present during the incident. So, what was the Maddox firing at? In 1965, President Johnson commented: “For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there.”

Worth pointing out: The NSA’s own historian, Robert J. Hanyok, wrote a report stating that the agency had deliberately distorted intelligence reports in 1964. He concluded: “The parallels between the faulty intelligence on Tonkin Gulf and the manipulated intelligence used to justify the Iraq War make it all the more worthwhile to re-examine the events of August 1964.”

2) Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

 

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Between 1932 and 1972, the US Public Health Service conducted a clinical study on rural African American men who had contracted syphilis. The Public Health Service never informed these men they had a sexually transmitted disease, nor did they offer treatment, even after penicillin became available as a cure in the 1940s.

Tragically, it’s true. Rather than receiving treatment, the subjects of these studies were told they had “bad blood.”

When World War II began, 250 of the men registered for the draft and were only then, for the first time, informed they had syphilis. Even then, the PHS denied them treatment.

By the early 1970s, 128 of the original 399 men had died of syphilis and syphilis-related complications, 40 of their wives had the disease and 19 of their children were born with congenital syphilis.

Worth pointing out: A similar experiment conducted on prisoners, soldiers, and patients of a mental hospital in Guatemala actually involved the PHS deliberately infecting the patients and then treating them with antibiotics.

3) Project MKUltra

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The CIA ran secret mind control experiments on US citizens from the 1950s until 1973.

It’s so true that in 1995 President Clinton actually issued a formal apology on behalf of the US government.

Essentially, the CIA used drugs, electronics, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, verbal and sexual abuse, and torture to conduct experimental behavioral engineering experiments on subjects. The program subcontracted hundreds of these projects to over 80 different institutions, including universities, hospitals, prisons, and pharmaceutical companies.

Most of this was uncovered in 1977 when a Freedom of Information Act exposed 20,000 previously classified documents and triggered a series of Senate hearings. Because CIA Director Richard Helms had most of the more damning MKULTRA files destroyed in 1973, much of what actually occurred during these experiments is still unknown and, of course, not a single person was brought to justice.

Worth pointing out: There is growing evidence that Theodore Kaczynski, otherwise known as the Unabomber, was a subject of the Project MKULTRA while he was at Harvard in the late 1950s.

4) Operation Northwoods

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US military drew up and approved plans to create acts of terrorism on US soil in order to sway the American public into supporting a war against Cuba.

It’s true and the documents are out there.

Fortunately, President Kennedy rejected the plan, which included: innocent Americans being shot dead on the streets; boats carrying refugees fleeing Cuba to be sunk on the high seas; a wave of violent terrorism to be launched in Washington, D.C., Miami, and elsewhere; people being framed for bombings they did not commit; and planes being hijacked.

Additionally, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, led by Chairman Lyman Lemnitzer, planned to fabricate evidence that would implicate Fidel Castro and Cuban refugees as the perpetrators of the attacks.

Perhaps most horrifyingly, Lemnitzer planned for an elaborately staged incident whereby a Cuban aircraft would attack and shoot down a plane full of college students.

5) CIA Drug Trafficking

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During the 1980s, the CIA facilitated the sale of cocaine to the Crips and Bloods street gangs of Los Angeles and funneled millions in drug profits to a Latin American guerrilla army.

It’s convoluted and complex, but it’s true.

Gary Webb’s book Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion outlines how CIA-backed Contras smuggled cocaine into the U.S. and then distributed crack to Los Angeles gangs, pocketing the profits. The CIA directly aided the drug dealers to raise money for the Contras.

This drug network,” Webb wrote in a 1996 San Jose MercuryNews article, “opened the first pipeline between Colombia’s cocaine cartels and the black neighborhoods of Los Angeles, a city now known as the ‘crack’ capital of the world. The cocaine that flooded in helped spark a crack explosion in urban America . . . and provided the cash and connections needed for L.A.’s gangs to buy automatic weapons.”

Worth pointing out: On December 10, 2004, Webb committed suicide under suspicious circumstances, namely the fact that he used two bullets to shoot himself in the head.

6) Operation Mockingbird

In the late 1940s, as the Cold War was just getting underway, the CIA launched a top secret project called Operation Mockingbird. Their goal was to buy influence and control among the major media outlets. They also planned to put journalists and reporters directly on the CIA payroll, which some claim is ongoing to this day. The architects of this plan were Frank Wisner, Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, and Philip Graham (publisher of The Washington Post), who planned to enlist American news organizations and journalists to basically become spies and propagandists.

Their list of entrenched agents eventually included journalists from ABC, NBC, CBS, Time, Newsweek, Associated Press, United Press International (UPI), Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard, and Copley News Service. By the 1950s, the CIA had infiltrated the nation’s businesses, media, and universities with tens of thousands of on-call operatives.

Fortunately, our media is no longer lured in by corporations and governments to disseminate propaganda and disinformation….hmmm, never mind–strike that last statement.

7) COINTELPRO

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COINTELPRO was a series of clandestine, illegal FBI projects that infiltrated domestic political organizations to discredit and smear them. This included critics of the Vietnam War, civil rights leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King and a wide variety of activists and journalists.

The acts committed against them included psychological warfare, slander using forged documents and false reports in the media, harassment, wrongful imprisonment and, according to some, intimidation and possibly violence and assassination.

Similar and possibly more sophisticated tactics are still used today, including NSA monitoring (see #10).

8) Operation Snow White

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Operation Snow White is the name given to an unprecedented infiltration of the US government by the Church of Scientology during the 1970s. They stole classified government files regarding Scientology from dozens of government agencies.

In 1977, the FBI finally cracked Snow White open which led to the arrest and imprisonment of a senior Church official.

The core mission of the program was to expose and legally expunge “all false and secret files of the nations of operating areas” and to enable Church seniors and L. Ron Hubbard himself to “frequent all Western nations without threat.” By the end, of course, there was nothing legal about their endeavors.

9) Secret Global Economic Policies

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For years, activists who feared a sinister globalist corporatocracy were told they were being paranoid. Whether you want to call it the New World Order or not: they were right.

In 2013, WikiLeaks released the secretly negotiated draft text for the entire TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Intellectual Property Rights Chapter. It revealed a closed-door regional free trade agreement being negotiated by countries in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation says TPP has “extensive negative ramifications for users’ freedom of speech, right to privacy and due process, and [will] hinder peoples’ abilities to innovate.”

Worth pointing out: In June 2014, WikiLeaks revealed the even more far-reaching Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), a 50-country agreement that will promote unprecedented levels of privatization across the world. The agreement will essentially prevent governments from returning public services into public hands. This could dramatically affect our ability to enact environmental regulations and keep workers safe.

10) The US Government Illegally Spies On Its Own Citizens

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This used to be laughed at as a dystopian fantasy derived from an overactive imagination, Orwell’s 1984, and a juvenile distrust of the government. When you claimed “they” were spying on you, people labeled you a paranoid conspiracy theorist, a tinfoil hat-wearing loon.

Even after it was revealed that the NSA has been illegally eavesdropping on us and collecting our cell phone metadata for over a decade, people still hedged on the meaning of it. Yes, they are analyzing our transmissions, but it’s under the auspices of national security. “In a post 9/11 world” certain liberties must be sacrificed for the sake of security, right?

It turns out that is patently untrue. Not only is there no evidence that the NSA has protected us from terrorism, there is growing evidence that it makes us more vulnerable. Thanks to revelations about the NSA and their Prism project, we know that the scope of the NSA’s eavesdropping is even beyond what we originally believed.

In early June of 2014, the Washington Post reported that almost 90% of the data being collected by NSA surveillance programs is from Internet users with no connection to terrorist activities. According to the American Civil Liberties Union, this is in clear violation of the constitution.

The ACLU is pursuing a lawsuit against the NSA, claiming that the dragnet-style mass collection of data violates the Fourth Amendment right of privacy as well as the First Amendment rights of free speech and association.

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Author: Jake Anderson

Jake Anderson joined Anti-Media as an independent journalist in April of 2015. His topics of interest include social justice, science, corporatocracy, and dystopian science fiction. He currently resides in Escondido, California.

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  1. I think he's focussing on conspiracies that are generally accepted by the mainstream public.

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  2. How about the Cremation of Care Ceremony at Bohemian Grove caught on film by Alex Jobes? Yes, Alex Jones is crazy but the footage he captured is profound considering American leaders attend this every year.

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  3. America the beautiful????more like america behaving like the so called terroristic states they claim they are protecting us from??????way to go USA….the ultimate criminals and liars …sadly corrupt…canada is sounding real good to me lately…..just saying…conspiracy theories? ?? More like conspiracy cover ups# justsaying# factsandevidence#notthereois#facts……

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  4. Are you really that stupid? There were no less than 6 Apollo missions that landed astronauts on the moon. Yo know they have this new thing called Google. You should try it,

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  5. O come on you can do better than this surely? "He wrote a book" = must be true is hardly conclusive proof. You need hard, documented evidence. 'He said, she said' opinions just make you out to sound like that which you are trying to prove – a silly conspiracy theorist.

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  6. This is what we have been told! How about a cure for cancer??!! Isn't strange how medical professionals are that are near to finding a cure, suddenly disappear??!!!

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  7. The author of this article forgot the infamous Dr Cornelius Road that conducts experiments in Puerto Rico ,injecting cancer cells to puertorricans in 1937 to see how they die.Dr.Roads killed about eight people ,and comments that puertorricans were hard to kill.

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  8. Willyam Firth never looked very deep into that one , but something does not add up

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  9. Andrew Englezos thanks i though that was a given by now , or that the JFK assasination is too open for interpretation

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  10. hard documented evidence is the easiest to manipulate and has the greatest impact upon the "presumption of truth"

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  11. The one conspiracy it doesn't address is why didn't they remove the bullet from Sen. Connally after his death so we would know if it was fired from same gun that killed Kennedy….

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  12. Flu vaccines and vaccination in general. What about the disappearing and murdered doctors…

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  13. Well I know,for a fact the court judges are against the American Citizens and expect us to follow the rules and laws while the ignore and break the laws and rules. I have been fighting a case in court for Americans rights and it is now in the supreme court of the USA.and you may want to look up kids for cash where judges were putting innocent children in juvenile prison for cash and made around one million dollars on putting innocent children in juvenile prison and see 10 convicts presumed innocent after execution. So is the government trying to get rid of the American Citizens?

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  14. Did you know that the government was found guilty of MLK Jr.'s death? In 1999, the King family launched a civil suit to expose the facts surrounding the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., and they discovered that government agents – not James Earl Ray – were responsible for King’s death.

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  15. How many of these were theories (held by some proportion of the populace) *before* the truth came out? I suspect most were not. Perhaps none of them were, except in very general terms. (E.g. that the US is spying on its citizens. I don't think that was a fringe theory, was it? Pretty well evidenced, just that no one knew the true extent of it..)

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  16. I still remember when I learned what a conspiracy theory was. It was 10th grade American history, 2003–learning about the Vietnam War. The teacher was explaining why some "crackpots" claimed that the Gulf of Tonkin Incident never happened.

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  17. Connally was struck by the bullet that first passed through Kennedy. Some fragments were left in his body, not an unusual occurance.

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  18. The Gulf of Tonkin Incident is interesting – I've got the impression that it was a combination of misreporting (in the fog of war, very common), confirmation bias (latching onto even flimsy evidence that supports our belief, in this case believing that the other military is hostile) and propaganda.

    I don't know, it may have been an outright conspiracy, but I'd need to know mote.

    None of that excuses the US actions that followed, of course.

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  19. JFk Assassination, MLK Assassination, Malcolm x, 911 conspiracy medger evans! The. Hon.ELIJAH MUHAMMAD, but you tried to kill but he lives and countless other black leaders. And the present day of trying to kill the hon.min L.FARRAKHAN. yes sir!

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  20. I had to wade through a ton of ads to get to the article! I would love to share but don't want to subject my followers with the same ordeal.

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  21. Andrew Englezos Obviously, you have a misperception about what is generally accepted by the mainstream public.

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  22. Cannot comment on any but one of these Tuskeegee because my grandfather was one of the test subjects

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  23. Robert Kriegar I would advise "Google scholar" There is a reason we do not cite google in academia

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  24. I think it was in there, it just wasn't taken up the first time by JFK… perhaps operation Northwood was more appealing to Bush… it's earily similar..

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  25. How about the WMDs that were the cause of an extremely expensive war? That allowed the US to go in and take over the oil fields of Iraq?

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  26. What about 9/11 , the killing of Osama Bin Laden, Iraq`s wapon of mass distruction, The killing of Morris Bishop, Malcolm X, Marten luther King, Oswald, the possoning of Hugo Chavez and on so forth just like the rabbit of Energizer batteries!

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  27. Farrakhan is a blind satanist that has no clue, you hate a white man for his great grandfather buying black slaves from black african slave dealers. You follow a cult that is the largest and only faith today that still has slaves and dealers. Hate breeds hate and keeps one blind

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  28. Lies sweet little lies is all we have been taught to understand if we try to explaine this site to non belivers they will never understand ever since 911 I called a joke back then we have been misunderstoud for to long if everyone would try to comrehind this page and its true belfiefs maybe we can win them over and try to live in a utoupian socity!!!

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  29. What about Dark Alliance? Back in the 80's when the CIA illegaly funded a war with drug money. Drug money that was created by the CIA orchestrating drug traficking into the US to be sold to distributers. This destroyed many communities. The government Admmited to this but I bet the drugs were all over the country not just CA.

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  30. Mark C Jakims He doesn't hate whites you sound like sean hannity putting words in his mouth.

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  31. What I can't wrap my head around is who declassfies these documents/studies,after how long can the government/CIA declassify them,is there a law that's being followed here?If so why do they give a damn abt that law when they break every law in their US constitution for their own ends when they've been pretty much getting away with everything?Are they that arrogant that they don't care if the info is out there and if ppl can connect the dots or that they believe that ppl can't do anything about these things even if they can connect the dots abt them.?

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  32. Drug companies make it happen, more sick people the more profits they make. They call it protected interests.

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  33. Absolutely nothing happened. Even after Jim Garrison opened it up, it was closed up just as quickly. Even though everyone in the World knows Lee Hervey Oswald didn't kill JFK no one ever does anything. If only someone would open it all up. Most of the people involved are dead and young people hardly know who JFK was. It is a disgrace.

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  34. Rational thinker here. I don't personally stigmatize conspiracy theorists. It's not necessary.
    All that's required is, "You may be right, but until you have something concrete, I cannot assert with any confidence your hypothesis is true."

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  35. Well said. In a recent similar type of conversation with a friend I concluded with, "Well I guess I just require more evidence than you do before I'll accept something as fact."

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  36. Ezekiel Beale You obviously have never heard Farrakhan speak, his most common word for caucasian's is white devil's. One of the most hateful prejustice speakers I know of

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  37. Ezekiel Beale WTC7…a building three blocks away collapses without being "hit" by an "airplane"…sandy hook was some fugazi too

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  38. What about the CIA introducing AIDS in southeast asia in the late 60's Main reasoon for the swift pullout unwinable war? You bet.

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  39. Maybe the real conspiracy is hiding the fact that jfk may not have been great.

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  40. Christopher O'Brien – Go to the NSA archives at George Washington University. (search under
    "cocaine contras"), all the evidence is there, including scans of Oliver North's notebook saying certain planes were used for drug runs.

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  41. Anyone who is denying CIA cocaine operations, check out George Washington University's NSA Archives – a lot of the evidence is there, including scans from Oliver North's notebook stating certain planes were used for drug runs. The evidence is overwhelming if you spend the time. At one point the head of the FBI went on 60 minutes and apologized about it, bc they were involved too. Also, John Kerry headed the Congressional committee to look into these allegations and he is on Dateline saying, "without a doubt, we were involved."

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  42. Good question my friend, I wonder this too. The documents are released under the law known as the "Freedom of Information Act", but why would the powers that be go to such extents to cover up their hideous crimes only to comply with a freedom of information act request? Perhaps the information requests that are granted are granted by would be whistle blowers from inside? Or maybe they give us just a little bit to keep us busy with while they continue control the world.. Who knows but it is a very good question. I am interested to know what anyone else thinks about it also…

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  43. Well sad to say but we'll wake up when its too late….its just human stupid nature

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  44. Most of the world's problems are due to the West,and America plays a big part in these sick covert operations.So their footprint is not only in America but in many parts of the world.

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  45. @Brian LaFleur Fair enough because some people do get carried away with these conspiracies.However I do not look to 'accept something as a fact' or 'assert someone's hypothesis as truth'.I look for what's plausible,I look for the smoke as there's non without fire.But there has to be references…ie articles written by journalists,documentaries done actual journalists not couch potatoes connecting all the imaginary dots from the comfort of their couches watching some phony documentary while folding their hands.

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  46. The real classic here is the Gulf of Tonkin incident – President Lyndon B. Johnson promptly drafted the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which became his administration’s legal justification for military involvement in Vietnam. The problem is the event never happened. In 1965, President Johnson commented: “For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there.” I am really struggling to imagine how parents and husbands and children of young men who patriotically fought and died in the Vietnam war, and Vietnamese who were killed in the war, feel now they know it was all a scam. A navy shooting at whales – seriously? And yet we go on and create new enemies, sacrifice new generations and no one asks any questions. Once again – the problem was the event that caused a war never happened (does seem like a bit of a problem) and does indicate that we should question all the other wars and the key players in those wars.

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  47. Pity someone hadn't said your words to President Johnson when he decided to make war over an incident that never happened. "You may be right, but until you have something concrete we won't obliterate another country"

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  48. I have watched that and want to cry that the history of our world is nothing but a big lie and no one does anything.

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  49. the entire point seems so familiar. oh wait yeah, the 9/11 bombings – the USA clearly had a lot of time planning that little move and used it to frame the Iraquis. There was never any actual proof that it was Bin Laden and Co who did it….

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  50. There is a documentary on Netflix called "JFK: The smoking gun" they go in-depth about what most likely happened.

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  51. It is an article pointing out 10 incidents which were considered true by the masses and those who did not buy the official tales were considered conspiracy theorists. Time has proven the official reports to be blatant lies. That is what the article is and when you assess the magnitude of the effect of these blatant lies we should all be worried and we should all be questioning.

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  52. the holocaust was real? one question…where are the gas chambers? just 1 of them….you have quite a powerful tool in the internet to look up data, or google image the foloowing: aushcwitz swimming pool, library, playhouse, money, hospital, post office, cantina, brothel. the holohoax is replete with issues and lies

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  53. Jason Duane Huh..when I lived in germany I visited Auschwitz, you telling me the gas chamber I saw there was a fake?
    Try leaving the country and seeing for yourself. I hate people like you.

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  54. Ok yeah..that is fine.
    However keep in mind that this doesn't justify some of the completely stupid conspiracies that we hear today.
    Earth is flat, halocaust never happened, etc..

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  55. Graham Banzer Let me knock your entire theory off track. If 9/11 were meant to be a false flag attack, there are ways to go about it without loss of life..like the Gulf of Tonkin incident.
    Also, it would be an international effort as several other countries intelligence agencies also had intecepts that pointed to al-qaeda

    Simply put, there are far easier ways to goto war with a country than killing thousands of civilians and risking it would be uncovered.

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  56. Jonathan Akers the main point is we need to think. At first we were all appalled and got behind this "war on terror" but as more evidence comes to hand and we "really" think about one man on dialysis in the mountain of Afghanistan coordinating a whole heap of planes and pilots without the CIA having any knowledge of it (the largest intelligence organisation in the world), then wiping out Iran because they had links to Mohammed Atter and might have weapons of mass destruction? When they "got" Bin Laden there were not big media pictures and then took his body to sea and gave him a quiet little "overboard". Like the Americans didn't deserve to witness his end after what he supposedly did. Alive he could have been brought back to the USA and run the CIA by himself with his qualifications. My point is that I don't know what is right and what is wrong, but I hope we all eventually get to know, but the more you look into it the less plausible the official story is and the more all these other events have proven to be false and just justifications for war, the more it justifies opening it all up and finding out the whole Truth. That is what the families want and that is what the world needs, and not like the Warren report after the JFK assassination, which has been shown to be incompetent and crap but it still stands because only one person had the decency to try to show the people the Truth.

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  57. I'll point out that whole propaganda program up there. There are several examples of deliberate attempts to manipulate public opinion and/or discredit individuals considered threatening. Given how blatantly stupid some of those "widely believed" theories are, I have little trouble finding it plausible that at least a healthy number of them only gained traction with outside "encouragement". Making people you don't want listened to look stupid/crazy is one of the easiest ways to achieve said goal.

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  58. Jonathan Akers Okay, I'm going to play Devil's Advocate for a second here. I'm not, repeat NOT, saying I believe any of this. However, there is a huge flaw in your reasoning that needs to be addressed.

    "Also, it would be an international effort as several other countries intelligence agencies also had intecepts that pointed to al-qaeda"

    No. No it wouldn't. In fact, only two groups would need to be in on it.

    Whether or not a False Flag operation actually took place, it is a known fact that Al-Qaeda was established with funds and training provided by the CIA. Furthermore, if Al-Qaeda didn't really attack America, we can suppose that to mean that they don't really hate America. Thus they could concievably still have ties to the agency that helped to create them. So therefore, since IF the attacks were part of a False Flag operation, then the CIA would most likely be in on it, and the CIA have definite confirmed ties to Al-Qaeda, it's reasonable to assume that, through their contacts, the CIA could have arranged for communications to be sent out, to be intercepted by other agencies in order to provide an international alibi.

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  59. Bobby Miller thank you for that link. I think that is so very well written that it makes the whole issue clear. We all feel it in our hearts but don't have the actual knowledge of history to see it like this. I wish this article was blasted all over the news so that people could see that divided we don't stand a hope against the real enemy.

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  60. Yea that netflix documentary pretty much tells you how it happened.. Doesnt go into the why, just the ballistics.

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  61. Rick Hengeveld The why of it is explained as an accidental shooting by the secret service agent.

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  62. Cryov Ictum There might be easier ways, but none as effective in making the US populace terrified, furious, and ready for blood.

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  63. The CIA selling crack thing is not true, never has been true and has been debunked for years. One guy's word does not 'prove' anything

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  64. I would think you would provide a source after saying "one guy's word does not 'prove' anything."

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  65. Cryov Ictum There are far easier ways..but not as effective,the bloody shirt has always been the most effective rallying totem in history and what on earth makes you think the government would blink about killing a few thousand normal civilians.

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