The opera lyrics are part of the president’s assassination conspiracy.
They have been circulating among the conspiracy’s supporters for a long time and have been part of various fake news articles and propaganda campaigns.
But the theory is a far-fetched one, as they were never used in a real assassination, says Prof. Jayesh Kumar, a senior professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Chicago.
The first time the opera was used as a source of propaganda was in the 1950s, when the assassination conspiracy was working out the plan to kill the then US president Dwight Eisenhower.
Then, in 1960, the assassination of Fidel Castro was on the agenda.
In 1961, the conspiracy began to target US President John F Kennedy.
After the US president’s death in 1963, the US intelligence agencies started using the opera to discredit and discredit the communist regime.
In the 1970s, it was used to discredit the US-backed coup against the pro-democracy Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega.
The CIA began using the lyrics to undermine the US presidential candidacy of the late president Ronald Reagan in 1980.
The plot theory that the opera is used to justify assassinations and coups has been debunked by the CIA, which has since stopped using the plot to justify assassination plots.
The opera was never used to assassinate a US president, says a former CIA official who asked not to be named.
“It’s not a conspiracy theory,” he said.
“It’s just a fact.
The conspirators are making the facts up, but they are not using them.
The most obvious conspirators to use the opera as a means to discredit or discredit US foreign policy would be the US and its allies, he added.”
The theory would have to be taken seriously if it was not completely discredited,” the former CIA officer said.