3 highly controversial claims that turned out to be true

Let’s face it, whilst controversial claims and conspiracy theories of all sorts abound, there are some crazy ones that have been proven correct. Here’s three that warrant our attention because not only are they officially recognized, but each is a developing issue.

Interestingly, each of these issues have been covered up by governments, and each has been disclosed by governments.

1. Spoonbender Uri Geller was hired by the CIA for his “paranormal” powers

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Skeptics of self-proclaimed psychic Uri Geller, including his ex-manager who called him “a fake,” would’ve found themselves dumbfounded after the CIA released declassified documents in January 2017 testifying to the illusionist’s extrasensory abilities.

No more are physics a controversial idea.

“I’m mind-blown they’ve released this because there are still remote viewing programs active, many intelligence agencies use them,” Geller, in his 70s, told the Telegraph.

“I did many things for the CIA,” he added. “They wanted me to stand outside the Russian embassy in Mexico, and erase floppy discs being flown out by Russian agents.”

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According to documents in the CIA Library pertaining to experiments on the Israeli magician between Aug. 4 and Aug. 11, 1973, Geller “demonstrated his paranormal perceptual ability in a convincing and unambiguous manner.”

As mild as that sounds, Geller referred to his abilities more directly in a Metro report. “When they saw that I could remote view or use telepathy, whatever you want to call it, I was instilled into Mexico City for a few missions.”

And it was in Mexico where his CIA handler asked him to probe JFK’s assassination, a subject shrouded in conspiracy Still, he does not tell the media everything he knows—information that is apparently still classified—owing to the “ramifications” that could, as he claims, shake up the political climate.

2. China’s Communist Party still kidnaps, jails, and kills meditators for their healthy organs

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When reports of forced organ harvesting at China’s Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Shenyang City first emerged in March 2006, it was almost too shocking to be believed.

Annie (pseudonym), who is the ex-wife of a surgeon, and former employee at Sujiatun Hospital, explained to the press that her husband told her he had personally removed the corneas from 2,000 Falun Gong practitioners, who were detained at the Concentration Camp against their will, and killed on demand for their organs ahead of scheduled transplants.

Her husband told her none of the practitioners survived, as their other vital organs were removed and sold, before their bodies were cremated.

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In the same month, a military doctor for the General Logistics Department of the Shenyang Military Command wrote to The Epoch Times with more information:

“Sujiatun is one of 36 similar secret detention facilities. From the information I can access, Jilin has the largest camp that detains Falun Gong practitioners, with the code of 672-S. There are more than 120,000 people detained there…”

“At present, the Chinese Communist Party Central defines Falun Gong members as an enemy class. This means that there is no need to report if they are treated in line with the needs of economic development. In other words, like serious offenders, Falun Gong people are no longer seen as human beings, but raw materials for products, and they became a commodity.”

What started off as a whistleblower’s statement got the ball rolling for full-throttle investigations.

Hon. David Kilgour, JD, former Canadian secretary of state, Asia-Pacific, stated, “After months of investigation, including undercover interviews with doctors throughout 12 provinces in China, we come to the regrettable conclusion that these allegations are true.”

State-sanctioned live organ harvesting still takes place in China today.

3. Aliens


Once upon a time, those who said aliens existed were once, and still are to some degree, ridiculed.

Well, the tables have turned after the U.S. government, together with former government insiders, revealed plenty of information, images, even videos, of extraterrestrials and their flying saucers … some of which are not saucer-like in the least!

Chris Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence, described to Politico about one UFO sighting:

“It is white, oblong, some 40 feet (13 meters) long and perhaps 12 feet thick. . . . The pilots are astonished to see the object suddenly reorient itself toward the approaching F/A-18.

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“In a series of discreet tumbling maneuvers that seem to defy the laws of physics, the object takes a position directly behind the approaching F/A-18. The pilots capture gun camera footage and infrared imagery of the object. They are outmatched by a technology they’ve never seen.”

And there’s many more accounts where that came from. Hopefully Trump’s space force ambitions will shed more light on this subject, so stay tuned!

Haven’t seen an officially documented UFO before?

The U.S. Department of Defense released this video of a UFO that’s “not from this world”: