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  • [Government fact 1] Operation Northwoods was a plan proposed by CIA to commit genuine acts of terrorism on the U.S. soil, going as far as paint MiG jets in Cuban colors and markings to conduct some of these attacks and blame it on Cuba, to create public support for a war against the nation, which had recently become communist under Fidel Castro. John F Kennedy rejected this proposal and removed the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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  • [Government fact 2] Norway has implemented a digital driver’s license in the form of an app that can be used instead of a physical one for roadside inspections.

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  • [Government fact 3] In 1954, shortly after the 15 megaton Castle Bravo nuclear explosion, Edward Teller, the "father of the H-bomb," proposed a new weapon known as the SUNDIAL. Its explosive yield was proposed to be 10,000 megatons or 10 gigatons. To put it into perspective, the largest bomb ever detonated, the Tsar Bomba, could at its maximum yield have been 100 megatons. The SUNDIAL would have been 100x more powerful than the Tsar Bomba and could scorch an area the size of France or Texas. The project was axed by the Air Force.

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  • [Government fact 4] The government of Nazi Germany memorialized the victims of European witch trials of the 16th to 18th centuries, as they thought witchcraft represented the remnant of an indigenous "Aryan" religion untainted by the Judaic influence of Christianity.

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  • [Government fact 5] The British crown had at least a 15% approval rating during the revolutionary war - higher than the current approval rating of the US Congress of 13% in 2016.

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  • [Government fact 6] The Church of Scientology had a prolific espionage group called the "Guardian's Office" that was dedicated to infiltrating the United States government to steal or destroy confidential records and spread propaganda.

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  • [Government fact 7] The TSA didn’t catch 95% of guns and other paraphernalia going through airports during a government-run experiment.

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  • [Government fact 8] In 1984, a group of cannabis growers in Northern California sued the federal government, alleging they had been subject to illegal surveillance by U2 spy planes.

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  • [Government fact 9] Project Sunshine was a series of secretive research studies conducted by the US government beginning in 1953 to ascertain the impact of radioactive fallout on the world's population. The US Government bought remains of dead infants, to test for radiation. They even took limbs from them and the parents were never told. One mother wasn't allowed to dress her daughter for her funeral, because doctors had removed her legs, and didn't want her to find out.

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  • [Government fact 10] In 1992, Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori initiated a “self-coup.” Despite already being the democratic ruler of the country, he overthrew the Congress and Judiciary with military force and assumed full autocratic power.

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