Would a government (corporation) deceive it's citizens?
For me this is a merely rhetorical question, as I've explored the native American history which is inconvenient to the narrative of the public school institution. A history which constitutes a 'trail of broken treaties'. I was born after the assassination of JFK, and experienced the national turmoil through growing up during the political fight and riots which accompanied the Viet Nam conflict. A conflict which was facilitated by a Jim Crowe democrat, Lyndon Johnson, and C.I.A. henchmen, such as the former (elder) President George Bush before his Republican ascension to the Presidency.
And a United States President was murdered in broad day light. Preventing him from restoring United States currency to a 'gold' standard. Successive administrations acceded to a floating currency standard, dropping the 'silver' certificate from circulation and flooding the world with 'funny' money.
There are so many things wrong with this, and it profits the most corrupt financial institutions, the old timers would have said "more than you could shake a stick at." To bring us up to speed, that's like Harry Potter saying "there's too many of them!" Get the picture?
The government corporation couldn't have gotten away with their long term deception, apart from their bought and sold allies. I'm pointing a finger at the major networks who all succumbed to intellectual cowardice and deliberate dishonesty to sell the American public a bill of goods. More than 50 years later, the initial autopsy of JFK was released through a freedom of information law suit, and there still is NO magic bullet.