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The Crime of the Century

The Weekly Standard chronicles the mainstream media and intelligence community's refusal to admit the KGB was behind the assassination attempt of John Paul II.

This despite last week's news of files from the East German Stasi (KGB affilliate) that spoke of the plot in detail, its Soviet genesis, and the coordination of the assassination between the Stasi and the Bulgarian secret police.

Do note that whenever the pope's assassination attempt is mentioned, the media is quick to point out that the Soviet connection was never proven. Now, they no longer have that excuse, but persist in perpetuating the myth.

Ideology: the tie that blinds.


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