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The CIA used viagra to bribe Afghan tribal leaders. The Afghan chieftain offered up a bonanza of information about Taliban movements and supply routes followed by a request for more pills.

2. In 1961 Belgians, with CIA involvement, ordered the murder of a democratically elected Prime Minister of Congo (Patrice Lumumba) who just wanted for the Congolese to regain the natural resources that were still under foreign control since the colonial times.

3. In 1977, William Kampiles stole a top-secret KH-11 spy satellite manual from the CIA which he sold to the Russians for $3000. He then told the CIA for who he worked for and what he had done in the hopes that they would hire him as a double agent. They didn't and he was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

4. The CIA offered Gamal Abdel Nasser, the president of Egypt, a $3 million bribe if he would join the proposed Middle East Defense Organization. Nasser took the money but then refused to join.

5. Theodore Roosevelt's grandson, Kermit Roosevelt, was the head of the CIA covert operation to reinstall the Shah of Iran (Mohammad Reza Shah).

6Operation Mongoose

CIA Operation Mongoose tried to kill Castro with exploding cigars, shells, poisoned wetsuits, milkshakes, a former lover; character assassination via thallium to make his beard fall out and LSD. Castro said, “If surviving assassination attempts were an Olympic event, I would win the gold medal.”

7. There has been an encrypted sculpture called "Kryptos" that is located on the grounds of the CIA headquarters since 1990 and has yet to be fully decrypted.

8. In 2013, the CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of Area 51 for the first time.

9. The CIA secretly pumped funds into abstract-expressionists, such as Jackson Pollack and Mark Rothko, in an attempt to make American freedom and expression art popular in contrast to rigid Soviet art.

10. In 1962, the CIA tipped off South Africa's intelligence service about the location of Nelson Mandela, leading to his arrest that put him in jail for 27 years.

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11Lunik spacecraft

In the 60s, the CIA "kidnapped" a Soviet spacecraft (Lunik). Intercepted while en route to an exhibition, it was disassembled, photographed, and reassembled without a hitch.

12. CIA agents in Milan botched an operation in 2003 because they gave hotels frequent flier numbers so they could earn miles during their stay in Milan.

13. Freeway Rick Ross was a cocaine kingpin in 1980's Los Angeles, at one point making 2-3 million dollars a week. The kicker? He was illiterate and his cocaine supplier was the CIA, who sold cocaine to illegally finance the Nicaraguan Contras.

14. CIA's official motto is "And you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free."

15. Operation Merlin where the CIA carried out a plan to send Iran flawed blueprints to a nuclear bomb in order to delay their nuclear program. They sent the blueprints by way of a defected Russian nuclear scientist who noticed the flaws and included proposed corrections to Iran.

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16Frank R Olson

Frank R Olson, a CIA biological warfare scientist was dosed with LSD by his CIA supervisor and then committed suicide by jumping off a hotel nine days later.

17. Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the CIA released nearly 12 million documents. One set of documents revealed research on the possibility that "insane" people may be experiencing multiple "levels of reality" and their brains can't process this information, leading to mental instability.

18. In 1962, the CIA poisoned 14,000 sacks of Cuban sugar bound for the Soviet Union.

19. The CIA deliberately let the KGB steal control software for a natural gas pipeline that had been modified to malfunction, causing one of the largest non-nuclear blasts ever recorded.

20. The KGB had a propaganda campaign to convince the third-world that the CIA created the AIDS virus.

21Marshall Plan

The CIA skimmed 65 million dollars off the Marshall Plan, meant to rebuild Post-World War 2 Europe, so they could buy Italian Elections and bribe priests over the next few decades.

22. The Starbucks at the CIA headquarters is not allowed to take names for orders.

23. The CIA hired a magician (John Mulholland) to train agents in sleight of hand techniques for use in their mickey-slipping LSD experiments.

24. Danny Casolaro was an investigative journalist who was working to uncover a secret group controlling the CIA, White House, etc. Despite telling friends and family that if he is found dead, it wouldn't be a suicide, he was found dead after meeting with an unknown source.

25. The CIA's own inspector general (Gary Webb) reported that the Reagan administration thwarted federal investigations into drug crimes.


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