Las guerras secretas de la CIA (1de3)

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Interesante, los mismos de la CIA cuentan como se relacionan desde el 43 con los nazis para posteriormente sacarlos y ponerlos en nómina, contado por los mismos jerarcas de estas ´`organizaciones´` y todavía hay que tocar estos temas en programas de misterios con ´`edulcorantes esotéricos ´` añadidos-. Quién tenga oídos y le interese, que escuche.

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