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A corporate controlled publication


In 1976, Newsweek leaked a bogus CIA report designed to misdirect journalists interested in the Orlando Letelier Assassination.[1]

A 2015 article by Douglas Main headlined an article on Water fluoridation "Fluoridation May Not Prevent Cavities, Scientific Review Shows". He wrote that "Water fluoridation... has always been controversial... But new research suggests that... while using fluoridated toothpaste has been proven to be good for oral health, consuming fluoridated water may have no positive impact."[2]

On 21st March 2016, Newsweek published Putin’s paranoia is driving his foreign adventures by Ben Nimmo.


Managing editor, Eldon Griffiths MP attended a 1985 meeting of Le Cercle.[3]

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