posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 02:34 PM
7. National Security Decision Directives with Classified Titles
The day before he left the White House on January 20, 1993, President George H. W. Bush issued National Security Directive (NSD) #79, a document so
secret that even its title remains classified almost 20 years later. The same goes for National Security Directive #77, issued a few days earlier, as
well as four others issued in 1989 (#11, 13a, 19a and 25a). If the “a”s are any indication of the subjects, it is worth noting that NSD 13 dealt
with countering coc aine trafficking in Peru; NSD 19 dealt with Libya and NSD 25 with an election in Nicaragua.
A secret secret... if that isn't fuel for conspiracy then I don't know what is.
The "You can't handle the truth" angle is used time and time again to cover the actual, "we can't have this potentially incriminating information
come out as long as anyone involved is still alive" situation.
Funny (well, not Ha, Ha funny) how the president, senators and members of congress are supposed to be working FOR "the people", yet it is the only
situation in where the "employees" tell the "bosses" what they can and cannot know... with our money, on top of it all!