Source: Daily Wire | By Ryan Saavedra
Declassified documents that were retrieved from inside Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden’s Pakistani compound in 2011 revealed that he wanted to assassinate then-President Barack Obama to make “totally unprepared” Joe Biden the next president of the United States, predicting that Biden would lead the U.S. “into a crisis.”
The documents, first reported by The Washington Post in 2012, were unearthed by Fox News Editor Gregg Re on Wednesday night. →
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The amount of evidence and information in the form of declassified documents, witness testimony, and much more that has leaked out over the past decade alone regarding this topic is overwhelming to say the least. It’s one of the best examples, if not the best example in existence today of how, even if there is significant evidence in support of the truth, most people are completely oblivious to this evidence and accept another narrative given to us by the powerful elite. It really goes to show how mainstream media controls the perception of so many people, so much so that even if one is presented with an alternative view to this narrative, even if there is evidence supporting it, it’s almost instantaneously dismissed and ridiculed.
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The newly declassified documents show the Central Intelligence Agency’s role in preparing for the 1953 coup that led to the overthrow Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadeq.
via Conspiracy Theory No More: State Dept. Finally Admits The US Gov’t Planned 1953 Iranian Coup — The Free Thought Project
by Lance Schuttler , The Mind Unleashed Times are really getting interesting. In the latest eye-opening event, the CIA has released online over 13 million pages of declassified documents. Some of the documents discuss Nazi war crimes, the Cuban missile crisis, UFO sightings and psychic experiments from the famous “Stargate Project.” This all came about…
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