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Who Killed Hugo Chavez?

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    The article below mentions a book written by Ed Haslan, Dr. Mary s Monkeys, about a CIA project in the early 1960s to develop fast acting cancer to be used
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 8, 2013
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      The article below mentions a book written by Ed Haslan, Dr. Mary's Monkeys, about a CIA project in the early 1960s to develop fast acting cancer to be used against Fidel Castro.  Lee Harvey Oswald, David Ferrie, and a number of suspects in the JFK assassination were involved in the project.  This year will mark the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination.  I have read the book and highly recommend it.  

      Considering the suspicious number of cancer outbreaks among Latin American leaders in South America, it's time that peace activists stop rolling their eyes at conspiracy theories, and start investigating the very real conspiracies that are turning our country, and the rest of the world into a high tech totalitarian police state.  ~ B.B.

      Who Killed Hugo Chavez?

      Venezuela is a country in mourning over their late president, Hugo Chavez. "The fight goes on! Chavez lives!" shouted the mourners in unison, many through eyes red from crying late into the night. But even as his flag-draped coffin floats over a sea of supporters on its way to the cemetery today, “conspiracy theories” continue to spread about a CIA role in his passing.

      If the tone of a piece in the New York Times on the day of Chavez’s death offers any indication, official Washington very much wanted him dead. “In Caracas, Venezuela, you could tell a summit meeting mattered to Hugo Chavez when government workers touched up the city’s rubble,” the story began. Ouch! Whatever happened to speaking only good about the dead?

      So, did the CIA ‘give’ Hugo Chavez cancer? No one knows.

      On the other hand, something is known on a more interesting question: “Could the CIA have given Chavez cancer?

      There is good evidence, from at least three separate sources, which indicates the Agency has been taking the question of whether they could develop ways to induce cancer very seriously… for the past 50 years.

      Full story: http://www.madcowprod.com/2013/03/08/who-killed-hugo-chavez/



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