In 1973, with the government-wide panic caused by Watergate, the CIA Director ordered all MK-Ultra files destroyed. A cache of some 20,000 documents survived, as they had been incorrectly stored in a financial records building and were discovered following a FOIA request in 1977.
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CIA operation Bloodstone. The use of German officers by the CIA in order to fight communist groups.
6 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
CIA Operation CHAOS.
13 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
What do you think of the United Islamic Front?
13 days ago by comcro16 to /s/debatealtright from (en.wikipedia.org)
Minitel - Wikipedia. THIS is how we can win. All campaigns ONLY here, First Amendment enforced, ONLY citizens, etc.
15 days ago by Fitter_Happier to /s/debatealtright from (en.wikipedia.org)
Michael Levine, 25 years veteran of the DEA said the CIA had a huge role in the creation of the Bolivian drug cartel "La Corporacion", which he described as the General Motors of Cocaine.
15 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin conceived the idea of the Omega Point. The part in human evolution in which all become one with the help of science. Pierre was a social darwinist and greatly influenced the globalist movement.
16 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Agenda21_Agenda2030 from (en.wikipedia.org)
US interrogators tortured an Afghan detainee to death by hanging him by his arms for 4 days and beating his legs so badly they needed amputation. They did this despite most interrogators believing him to be "an innocent man who simply drove his taxi past the American base at the wrong time".
23 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Carl Jung on Synchronicity.
Impossible color - Wikipedia
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My main source of joy in the modern world
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The 1992 Venezuelan coup d'état attempts.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
A possible Atlantis-like structure? The Cuban underwater formation.
Barack Obama worked for a CIA front corporation called Business International.
1 month ago by trident765 to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Kerry committee said that the US government gave aid to the Contra drug dealers despite the fact that they were already convicted by US institutions, like the CIA.
Catholic Priest Cesare Zacchi served as the representative of the Vatican in Cuba for years while also supporting the communist policies of the state.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
Karlis Johansons, 1890-1929, Latvian-Soviet avant-garde artist, lived in Moscow through the Russian Revolution, part of the Russian constructivist movement, "self-tensile constructions" were exhibited in 1921, now globally known as "tensegrity" popularized by Buckminster Fuller and Kenneth Snelson.
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Letts from (en.wikipedia.org)
Brahman from root bṛh-, means "to be or make firm, strong, solid, expand, promote", and -man- from Indo-European root -men- which denotes some manifest form of "definite power, inherent firmness, supporting or fundamental principle" Brh-Amen
1 month ago by Tom9152 to /s/Amen from (en.wikipedia.org)
In the 1940s through the 1960s, the Quebec government collaborated with the Catholic Church to falsely certify 20,000 "orphaned" children as mentally ill and confine them to psychiatric institutions. The orphans were then subjected to medical experimentation and sexual abuse.
During the Iraq-Iran War, the United States shot down an Iranian civilian plane, killing 290 people, including 66 children. It still hasn't apologized to the Iranian government.
2 months ago by Optimus85 to /s/Capitalism from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Venezuelan invasion of Machurucuto.
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
2020 United States federal government data breach is called the most sophisticated, largest successful cybersecurity breach the world has ever seen by the CEO OF Microsoft.
The most stupid law ever created
2 months ago by trident765 to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
Asch conformity experiments
State Senator Shaefer's investigative work on Child Protective Services found that most Americans who are victims of sex trafficking come from the US foster care system. She and her husband were murdered in 2010 when they started generating media attention toward this issue.
Unethical human experimentation in the United States.
The Association of German National Jews (German: Verband nationaldeutscher Juden) was a German Jewish organization during the Weimar Republic and the early years of Nazi Germany that eventually came out in support of Adolf Hitler.
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
Wikipedia is the most homophobic site online. Note the absence of any category with the word gay in its nameLGB Erasure
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Murder of Robert Eric Wone
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CIA Operation Cyclone.
Some background about, Leo J. O'Donovan the Jesuit priest that delivered the invocation in Biden's 2021 presidential inauguration.
2 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL After the collapse of ISIS in Syria, Turkey has been invading and taking territory in Northern Syria
3 months ago by magnora7 to /s/TodayILearned from (en.wikipedia.org)
3 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Court ruling from when Americans had rights
3 months ago by trident765 to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
Denialism - choosing to deny reality to avoid psychologically uncomfortable truths, an irrational action withholding validation or refusing historical experience, events, or empirically verifiable reality. (ie. undisputed science, facts, concepts, religion, Holocaust, AIDS, climate change, COVID-19)
3 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL who Whoopi Goldberg's character on Star Trek TNG was named for
3 months ago by AmericanMuskrat to /s/TodayILearned from (en.wikipedia.org)
3 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Venezuelan Porteñazo coup attempt.
TIL that it is illegal to trade onion futures in the United States due to the 1958 Onion Futures Act, after two traders in 1955 purchased 98% of the onions in Chicago and subsequently crashed onion prices while holding short positions on onion futures.
On January 5, 2021, baseball player Hank Aaron publicly received a COVID vaccine to demonstrate it's safety
Biden appoints 63-year-old autogynephile TIM as assistant secretary of health
3 months ago by gendercritfem to /s/GenderCritical from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Colombian Banana massacre.
A Prime Example of a 19th Century SJW
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3 months ago by PeddaKondappa to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
Michael Levine, 25 year old veteran of the DEA said the CIA had a huge role in the creation of the Bolivian drug cartel "La Corporacion", which he described as the General Motors of Cocaine.
In 1992, a Chinese woman named Zhang Shan won a gold in the Olympic skeet event, against men from all around the world. The event subsequently banned women from competing against men, and only started a women's event in 2000.
3 months ago by FuckRedditPolice to /s/IdentityAsian from (en.wikipedia.org)
US Army Project Iceworm.
The Reichstag Fire Decree suspended most civil liberties in Germany... This gave the X Party (who won 8% of the vote), a majority of 52%
3 months ago by zyxzevn to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
Al-Waleed bin Talal is the person responsible for banning trump from twitter.
3 months ago by mrwizardd to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
4 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
"First they came" - a poem about creeping totalitarianism
4 months ago by dontbuyanylogos to /s/censorship from (en.wikipedia.org)
Variant of Concern 202012/01 - The new coronavirus strain found in the UK
4 months ago by dontbuyanylogos to /s/Coronavirus from (en.wikipedia.org)
Trojan Ballistics Suit of Armor makes dies in car crash...dang he was trying to give us halo armour to fight the cia niggers
4 months ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Tulsa race massacre
4 months ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
How Costa Rica saved their democracy
4 months ago by fschmidt to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
Fujinoki Tomb - Wikipedia
Proposed expansion of the New York City Subway
4 months ago by awawa to /s/NYCrail from (en.wikipedia.org)
MARAUDER - experimental 1993 plasma weapon
4 months ago by Vigte to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Following closely on the heels of the Oklahoma City Bombing, The Omnibus Counterterrorism Act of 1995, was introduced by Sen. Joe Biden. Civil liberty advocacy groups opposed the bill on the grounds that it would violate fundamental civil liberties, and allow the use of evidence from secret sources.
4 months ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
Oligopoly - a market form wherein a market or industry is dominated by a small group of large sellers (oligopolists). They can result from various forms of collusion that reduce market competition which then typically leads to higher prices for consumers. Oligopolies have their own market structure.
4 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from (en.wikipedia.org)
Articles of Confederation... before the united states was taken over by the feds/sold to bankers by washtington/hamilton...
Cannabis in Afghanistan
History of modern Western dating
4 months ago by trident765 to /s/nonmorons from (en.wikipedia.org)
Pirate Party is a label adopted by political parties in different countries. Pirate parties support civil rights, direct democracy (including e-democracy) or alternative participation in government, reform of copyright and patent law, free sharing of knowledge (open content)
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The Left–Right Paradigm
4 months ago by HugodeCrevellier to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes - definitely worth a read
5 months ago by dontbuyanylogos to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
5 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
The chairman of the Central Bank of Peru is a Jesuit apprentice.
5 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
John Lennon was Murdered 40 Years Ago Today
5 months ago by Nemacolin to /s/news from (en.wikipedia.org)
Strangely, both wikipedia and OPEC removes any mention of the newly found Namavaran oil field in Iran, which increases the country's total oil reserves by 33%
5 months ago by Hellothereawesome to /s/WorldNews from (en.wikipedia.org)
Does anyone know where I can find the full Gnostic Text "Pistis Sophia" online to read for free?
5 months ago by Enza to /s/Christianity from (en.wikipedia.org)
B.A.T.M.A.N. - Better Approach To Mobile Adhoc Networking - multi-hop routing protocol decentralizing knowledge about the best route through the network. A network of collective intelligence is created - without central, singular, or globalized data (eliminating a need to share info to every node).
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/DecentralizeAllThings from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism - 2007 Naomi Klein book on neoliberal free market policies rising as a deliberate strategy of "shock therapy" to exploit national crises and push through controversial policies over emotionally and physically distracted citizens. ie: Scamdemic
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Gaslighting from (en.wikipedia.org)
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Internet from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Pentagon was designed by the Roman Catholic Jesuit student John McShain.
Joe Biden Wikipedia
5 months ago by Mental to /s/corruption from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Rational temperament is one of the four temperaments defined by David Keirsey, correlating with NT (intuitive–thinking) Myers-Briggs types (Architect INTP, Fieldmarshal ENTJ, Inventor ENTP, Mastermind INTJ), the smallest temperament group, only 5%-10% of the general population.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/INTP from (en.wikipedia.org)
5 months ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/Psychology from (en.wikipedia.org)
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Prothipendyl - Wanna sleep ?
5 months ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/Medicine from (en.wikipedia.org)
Anocracy - a form of government loosely defined as part democracy and part autocratic dictatorship, with limited participation through opposition group behavior but incomplete mechanisms developed to redress grievances. Unlike an open anocracy, only elites compete to rule in a closed anocracy.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
Agorism - a social philosophy that aims for a society in which all relations between people are voluntary exchanges by means of counter-economics, engaging with aspects of nonviolent revolution. First proposed by American left libertarian philosopher Samuel Edward Konkin III (1947–2004) in 1974-1975
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Voluntarism from (en.wikipedia.org)
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Terminology from (en.wikipedia.org)
Dunning–Kruger effect - cognitive bias where people mistakenly assess their cognitive ability as greater than it is, related to illusory superiority, from folk's inability to see their lack of ability, without self-awareness of metacognition to objectively evaluate their competence or incompetence.
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Illusions from (en.wikipedia.org)
Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA) - pain and limited range of motion occurring after the administration of a vaccine intended for intramuscular administration in the upper arm. [Jimmy Dore had this for 2 years from a flu shot.]
5 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/VaccineSkepticism from (en.wikipedia.org)
6 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
R.I.P. Alex Trebek (1940 – 2020) Canadian-American, 36-year TV host of the syndicated "Jeopardy!" and other game shows, often appearing in numerous TV series, usually as himself. He died at age 80 after a nearly two-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
6 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Death from (en.wikipedia.org)
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