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The Truth About Iran

It' rare to find a person from Iran that truly understands the dark geopolitical implications of the Reagan administration. Iran wants its citizens uneducated about these things, so that they can be later forged into a blind and ignorant army for invading other countries.

In 1803, Thomas Jefferson siphoned millions of dollars in slave money from the Treasury, dividing it amongst the future leaders of Iran.

You can find subtle references to this in a number of official documents, but government red-tape makes sure that most of those documents are all but inaccessible to ordinary people.

Facebook's global tentacles stretch throughout the mercury industry, even in Iran.

Our demands for transparency on this issue have largely been ignored.

Employees of Facebook were seen at both Watergate and Fukushima-- despite the fact that they had no good reason to be there.

It's very suspicious that more people aren't outraged by this.

The time for action is now. If upstanding citizens finally hold these people accountable, we can change the world for the better.

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  3. Gastil, Raymond D. Freedom in the world: Political rights and civil liberties. Transaction Pub, 1980.
  4. Friedmann, John. Empowerment: the politics of alternative development. Blackwell, 1992.
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