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Book Review Thursday: Operation Paperclip

This was a fascinating book and well researched by author Annie Jacobsen.  She had been researching material for another book and came across the name Siegfried Knemeyer numerous times.  493 more words

Book Review Thursday

Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America

It was a secret program known as Paperclip, and it remains one of the most complicated and controversial epochs in American history. 103 more words

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MK-Ultra: Then and Now – A thorough analysis of mind control – Part 1 « Elite Agenda

We often hear stories about mind control and human experimentation without really considering the reality behind the phenomenon. As some of you may know, the MK-ULTRA mind control program was initiated and funded by the CIA’s scientific intelligence division in the 1950’s till the mid 1970’s. 765 more words

NWO

FBI Quietly Posts Documents Claiming Hitler Escaped to Argentina

Gee, they’re still using the same old con jobs about anyone they want us to think they killed. Nothing has changed.  ~ BP

Why did the FBI wait over 65 years to quietly release hundreds of pages of documents suggesting Adolf Hitler’s death as a suicide was a carefully crafted hoax? 590 more words

The Illuminati Plan

PressTV: US gave immunity to war criminals

The cover of the book “Operation Paperclip” by Annie Jacobsen

Sat Feb 22, 2014 7:15AM GMT

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Deal With the Devil: Operation Paperclip

Long a student of the history of space exploration, I knew of the Operation Paperclip (often called Project Paperclip) to bring rocket scientists to the U.S. 381 more words

Modern History

Camp King & Project ARTICHOKE: CIA & Former Nazi Doctors LSD Interrogation/Behavior Modification on Soviet Spies During Cold War

02/11/2014

DailyBeast:

At a secret black site in the years after the end of WWII, CIA and US intelligence operatives tested LSD and other interrogation techniques on captured Soviet spies—all with the help of former Nazi doctors. 2,008 more words

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