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There are several conspiracy theories that state that some secret society governs the world. For example, the Illuminati—the original name given to various occultist, philosophical associations—were, as a rule, in opposition to the authorities. But today, conspiracy experts say this is a small group composed of the wealthiest people in the world who have leverage over global leaders and control the activities of many, if not all, countries.
It’s necessary, however, to understand that secret world domination would require colossal resources, well-established infrastructure, and top specialists in every field. Meanwhile, every participant would have to be incredibly devoted to their work in order to keep silent about their secret mission, and they must not even consider betrayal. But, in addition to the inner circle of main villains, a huge workforce would be needed to handle documents, conduct espionage, configure servers, repair printers, and even just clean up the office after it’s all done! The leaders would have to be nothing short of management geniuses to keep such an organization running smoothly. All of this means that the selection and training of personnel in the Illuminati would have to be organized with no lower standards than an intelligence service. Any error would threaten their secrecy.
The Manhattan Project was a secret US program supported by Canada and the United Kingdom to develop a nuclear weapon during World War II. Many outstanding scientists were among the participants of the project: Enrico Fermi, Niels Bohr, John Von Neumann, and Richard Feynman. In the period from 1942 to 1945, three atomic bombs were created: the first was detonated at a test range in the state of New Mexico, and the other two were dropped at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The high level of secrecy was due to a desire to conceal the development of nuclear weapons from the Axis Powers and the Soviet Union.