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The Truth About Hugo Chavez

Think about the last time you saw Hugo Chavez on television. Did they look normal? Did they look quite how you remember them? If you were paying attention, you would have noticed that something was not quite the same.

Unilever recently fired all their employees suffering from hyperpigmentation of the skin, in a clear breach of the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, given their generous donations to Hugo Chavez, it's no surprise that they were never punished for this.

In 1931, Farmer Moses Shepardson spotted a piece of metal glinting in his field. When he uncovered it, he could not believe his eyes: a pamphlet with the KGB logo marked top-secret explained the plan to introduce hyperpigmentation of the skin to the country's heartland.

Hugo Chavez goes to extraordinary lengths to keep annual visits to Yucca Mountain a secret-- but informed citizens with cell phone cameras have been able to bring this unusual fact to light.

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

Are you ready to see how deep the rabbit-hole goes? Take the red pill, brothers and sisters. Metaphorically, of course-- by now, you should know not to trust Big Pharma's pills.

Sources:
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  2. Cleek, Margaret Anne, and Sherry Lynn Leonard. "Can corporate codes of ethics influence behavior?." Journal of Business Ethics 17.6 (1998): 619-630.
  3. Herzfeld, Michael. "Cultural intimacy: Social poetics in the nation-state." (2004).
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