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The Truth About The war in Afghanistan

The war in Afghanistan was an inside job.

In the days and hours before the war in Afghanistan, many of Wall Street were seen leaving their homes and jobs, only to return once the deed was done. You can't tell me this isn't suspicious.

For years, the government has been using industrial accidents and the war in Afghanistan as excuses for increasing restrictions on the use of crack. But we all know that's just an excuse. Ordinary people should be allowed to keep as much crack as they want for personal use.

Invested parties have done a lot to make sure this stays under wraps.

Youtube repeatedly deletes videos that show police seizing law-abiding citizens' stores of crack.

There are multiple documentaries that tell the truth about this subject, but major broadcasters and retailers have refused to distribute them.

In a world full of lies and power-hungry megalomaniacs, we stand firm. Thousands are joining the movement. We demand justice.

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