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Posted at 01:32 PM ET, 06/13/2011
On Monday the National Archives released all 7,000 pages of the Pentagon Papers, the explosive documents that detailed four administrations’ worth of deception on Vietnam. Some of the content has been public since 1971, and the release is not likely to reveal many new secrets. But this is the first time that Americans can read the papers in full without a security clearance.
Originally posted by derst1988
We continue to trust a governmental institution, whose subsidiary's (CIA, FBI) have admitted to falsifying videos for propaganda in the Washington Post and numerous insiders in documentary interviews. We have these papers that inform us that at the federal level they have lied. The same government that gave people syphilis in developing countries only to say sorry 30 years later, thank H. Clinton. We have WIki Leaks releasing documents that provide evidence to the idea of out federal government creating enemies through training. Where theres smoke, theres fire; or so they say. If theyve lied to us before, and blatantly told us after it is no longer relevant, why do so many people think they dont lie?
edit in: its 2 am. im not sourcing anything. google them, everything ive said has a easily findable mainstream source.edit on 14-6-2011 by derst1988 because: (no reason given)