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Whistleblowers: The silenced heroes

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Published on Apr 2, 2013

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TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7211

When faced with the overwhelming evidence of the widespread, systemic conspiracies that take place at the very highest levels of government, the general public has been pre-programmed to respond with the all-too-familiar retort: "But someone would have talked."

This reasoning is sufficient for most people to return to their day-to-day lives. No matter how much documented information is presented to someone in such a mindset, they can satisfy themselves that there are no whistleblowers who question the official narrative of 9/11, or the actions of the NSA, or the involvement of government agencies in drug running, or any of the other well-documented examples of conspiracies involving the upper echelons of politics and the intelligence apparatus of the government. To these people, the mere uttering of the words themselves are enough to dismiss any mountain of evidence: "But someone would have talked."

Join us this week on The Eyeopener as we begin a new series highlighting the whistleblowers who have been ignored and attacked for trying to bring important information to the public's attention.

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