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    Pearl Harbor Conspiracy

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    The government knew about the planned attacks on Pearl Harbor, kept the information from the military leaders that needed it the most, and used the tragedy to rally the nation toward war. “AIR RAID ON PEARL HARBOR. THIS IS NO DRILL.” This is the message sent out by radioman Kyle Boyer at 7:58 a.m. Sunday December 7, 1941; a date which will live in infamy. The empire of Japan had attacked the United States’ Pacific Fleet based in Pearl Harbor. For months the US Intelligence community, as well as others

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    The Pearl Harbor Conspiracy

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    The Pearl Harbor Conspiracy In the early morning of December 7, 1941 the bombing of Pearl Harbor took place. There was a total of 2,403 Americans killed and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt knew of the attack and did nothing to stop it. He permitted Japan to carry on the attack. There is proof that the president knew of the attack months before it actually took place. He is directly responsible for the lives lost. The U.S. was warned by, at least, the governments of Australia, Korea

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    attack on the United States naval fleet in Pearl Harbor. The attack on Pearl Harbor got the United States involved in World War II and left more than 2,500 men killed in the attack. Many people think that is what actually happened at Pearl Harbor, but some people think that there was more to the “surprise” attack. Over the years people have had many theories on the attack and what they think actually happened that caused so much chaos. Pearl Harbor actually started began a year prior to the attack

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    Resident Evil: The Umbrella Conspiracy Imagine picking up the newspaper one morning in you quiet little town where nothing ever seems to happen that could affect the townspeople so drastically… “Latham Weekly, June 2, 1998” “Bizarre Murders Committed In Raccoon City” is the fearful headline across the front page and you read on wondering what all this could mean and what would happen in the months to come. “Raccoon City – The mutilated body of forty-two-year-old Anna Mitaki was discovered

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    him a number of things – one is not to trust generals or the CIA, and the second is that if the American people did not want to use Amer... ... middle of paper ... ...how little or how much, we may never know. Regardless, whoever planned this conspiracy against JFK did an amazing job, and they knew enough powerful people in this country to cover it up with relative ease. I do feel strongly when it comes to this assassination and the fact that the government was somehow involved, but, considering

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    The Fast Food Conspiracy Against Health

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    The Fast Food Conspiracy Against Health Most everyone who eats out is familiar with Jared, the man who claims to have lost three quarters of his body weight by eating what Subway wants you to believe is a balanced diet of fast food. In fact, this healthy image that Jared advertises is every fast food restaurant’s dream in terms of reeling in customers who are scared of cellulite. It is no secret that the fast food industry’s affect on society is an unhealthy one, but just how unhealthy is it

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    The Catalinarian Conspiracy and the Late Republic In 63 b.c., while Gnaeus Pompey was conquering and reorganizing the East, and Julius Caesar was ascending the cursus honourum, a discontented noble named Lucius Sergius Catalina, anglicized to Cataline, fomented a revolution against the Roman Republic and attempted to become supreme ruler. This attempted coup d’état against the Roman state was foiled by the senior consul, Marcus Tullius Cicero. The events surrounding what we call the Catalinarian

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    The Cookie Conspiracy

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    The Cookie Conspiracy 	A place of eternal happiness, so it seems. Though looks can be decieving, we have never seen this place. It is a place we have only heard of, heard of the positive things, heard of nothing but good and fuzzy stuff. But beneath the blanket of the fake, lies the real side of this hellish port. A conspiracy so huge on it's own people that it is truly unfathimable to us as humans. I am talking about the Cookieland Government and the genocide they are performing on it's

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    The Adjustment Bureau”, another very interesting story by Dick, witnesses similar a kind of conflict within the team. “Get ready gentlemen…you look so lost, you should take a vacation. I am not sure tired eyes can be fixed by vacation. Everybody needs a vacation, even us. All right, we need get back on track.” Conversation between the conspirators. They plan to conspire mysteriously to keep the US senate and his lady love apart. Again Dick’s core idea of the story remains the same. People having

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    Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman tells the story of the failure of a salesman, Willy Loman. Although not all Americans are salesmen, most of us share Willy’s dream of success. We are all partners in the American Dream and parties to the conspiracy of silence surrounding the fact that failures must outnumber successes.(Samantaray, 2014) Miller amalgamates the archetypal tragic hero with the mundane American citizen. The result is the anti-hero, Willy Loman. He is a simple salesman who constantly

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