The Secrets of a Nation
Freedom of information is now regarded as a human right, an extension of freedom of speech and expression that balances privacy and security with the public’s right to know just what its government and agencies are really up to.
Though strict legislation defines how long documents can be classified for, curious citizens are often left waiting for decades before they know the full extent of various operations, meetings, and even battles.
Do you trust the government? While you might not know just what’s going on at certain bases around the country and globe for another 25–50+ years, here’s a look into previously classified documents that shed light on the kinds of things we’ve done in the past. Redditors enlighten us with some of the most fascinating, insightful, and often upsetting examples…