Leonard A. Cole, professor of political science at Rutgers University, used the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to obtain information from the United States Government and wrote a book “Clouds of Secrecy.”  It was impossible to find a copy of this book to purchase in 1994 but many copies are available off the internet […]
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A brand new disease appeared in Old Lyme, Connecticut, just north of Plum Island in July 1975 when two mothers desperately sought medical help regarding the mysterious outbreak of arthritis and juvenile arthritis in their families and town. In the face of unexplainable symptoms and unsatisfying diagnoses, they reached out to the Connecticut State Department […]
Dr. Frank Olson commits suicide (according to the official story) after having been given a secret dose of LSD by the CIA, under the direction of the mysterious Dr. Sidney Gottlieb. Experts told his son, Eric, that in order to achieve the momentum needed to vault over a central heating radiator under the window, burst […]
Bertrand Russell, a strong proponent of world government and all around elitist, wrote in his 1952 book The Impact of Science on Society that the inevitable result of a society based on an organic philosophy can only result in totalitarianism. For more on this book please read this.
Still today, the controversy over the use of bacteriological warfare by the United States during the Korean War (1950-53) has not been settled. In the heat of military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, the issue came to the attention of the world when Foreign Minister Pak Hon-yong of the DPRK and Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai […]