33 People Who No One Believed But Were Actually Right All Along.

33 People Who No One Believed But Were Actually Right All Along.

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31. At the Treaty of Versailles, General Ferdinand Foch declared, "This isn't a peace. This is an armistice for twenty years." Twenty years and sixty-four days later, World War 2 began.

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32. Cotton Mather, a preacher in colonial Boston, helped popularize the theory of inoculation, the precursor to vaccination. He was mocked for it and many people in Boston argued against it for medical, as well as, religious reasons.

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33. Ernest Hemingway became paranoid that the FBI was watching him: bugging his phones, reading his mail, freezing his bank accounts and assets. No one close to him believed him and thought he was just paranoid.

This paranoia, along with genetic factors, led to a complete mental breakdown. He was treated with over 30 rounds of electric-shock therapy. Killing himself after the 36 treatment.

In the 1990s, documents were discovered that revealed the FBI was, in fact monitoring Hemingway via all of the methods he described under orders signed by J. Edgar Hoover himself over perceived ties between Hemingway and Communist Cuba, where Hemingway lived.

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