Declassified: Covert Crime

| February 10, 2003

Contrary to popular belief, the so-called ?shadow government? of conspiracy theorists may not be some post 9/11 invention. According to Gene Wheaton, key whistle-blower in the Iran-Contra affair, its roots date back to the firing of hundreds of CIA agents in 1977. Realizing they already had a hand in most government operations, the most prominent former agents plotted to usurp control of the government, in small increments, over time. ?Reagan never really was the president. He was the front man,? asserts Wheaton in an interview on Declassified Radio/em>, a syndicated program produced in St. Paul, Minnesota. ?[T]hey got George Bush in there to actually run the White House.? Run out and get your Canadian citizenship while supplies last.
Erin Ferdinand

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