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The US planned to use terror on the people – in 1962

A lot of people believe that the 9/11 attacks were orchestrated by Bush and Company. Even today I read that the Port Authority had wanted to demolish the Twin Towers for years because they were effectively condemned buildings. Before 9/11 I had joked that Bush wanted to bring the Cold War back for his father. Recent declassified military documents add fuel to the conspiracy theories.

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 7th, 2006 – As reported by ABC News, stunning military documents codenamed “Operation Northwoods” were declassified in recent years and show how in 1962, the top US military leaders planned an operation to create terror attacks against its own cities and kill US citizens.

The documents state that through the fabrication of false evidence, the US would blame Cuba and gain public support for an unpopular war against Castro. They included developing a fake Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, the use of airplanes, and much more.


These types of connivery by the government are called "false flag operations." You can read more at The National Security Archive.

2 thoughts on “The US planned to use terror on the people – in 1962

  1. The freaky things done by the .gov in the 60s and 70s are legion. I can’t remember any off my head, but the cointelpro thing with the black panthers and the AIM comes to mind. They tested chemicals over Miami, NY, and LA, I believe. All sorts of freaky stuff. And thats just whats come public.

  2. […] … but the declassified documents (PDF) make it look like a conspiracy fact. Via Reality Me, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and other high-level kooks in the government really planned – and recommended their plan to JFK and McNamara – to fake a pretext for war with Cuba, including ideas for faking terrorists attacks against the U.S., faking Cuban military aggression, and paying officers in the Cuban military to actually launch an attack. The article is at ABC News. […]

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