Government Secret Code
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Government Secret Code is a documentary that was published by Goranco Petrovski and released in 2012. In this documentary Petrovski releases codes that were used by Government in history and in modern times. The documentary covers the code for the first United States President George Washington, standing for Wash In Government Ton. It explains how the first President of the United States of America was used to start a new fresh Government in the country, by masterminds that originated from Europe. It also explains codes from current events such as 9/11 and the 2010 Haiti genocide that was called an earthquake.
A Mandatory Declassification Review, or MDR, is requested by an individual in an attempt to declassify a document for release to the public. These challenges are presented to the agency whose equity, or "ownership", is invested in the document. Once an MDR request has been submitted to an agency for the review of a particular document, the agency must respond either with an approval, a denial, or the inability to confirm or deny the existence or nonexistence of the requested document. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classified_information_in_the_United_States
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- Official website
- Government Secret Code on IMDb
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