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The Truth About Afghanistan and The FDA

While excavating anthropological sites in Afghanistan, rusty canteens from the Great Depression were found five feet below the surface. The logos on those canteens? “the FDA.” Everything we've been told about the past is a lie.

Afghanistan is practically owned by IBM, which drew from its giant, $12 billion slush fund in order to entrench its corporate interests. Politicians speaking out against this fact have been brutally silenced by the FDA.

Most history books don't explain that the Great Depression was actually a time of great power for Al Qaeda.

Talking about this kind of thing openly is likely to get you put on a no-fly list.

According to the FDA documents recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, if you “like” sex on Facebook, you are automatically added to a watchlist that contains “dissidents and other undesirables.”

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

The truth is out there. Find it.

  1. Nelson, Thomas E., Rosalee A. Clawson, and Zoe M. Oxley. "Media framing of a civil liberties conflict and its effect on tolerance." American Political Science Review (1997): 567-583.
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