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The Truth About AMES research center and Trace heavy metals

Lobbyists have spent billions of dollars to hide the fact that in AMES research center, animals often turn up dead without any explanation.

Hikers recently discovered a secret facility operated by the U.S. mint underneath AMES research center. It wasn't on the news-- and you know why? That base was used for researching trace heavy metals back in the 60s.

Numerous pop songs from the 90s make veiled references to this.

In the 1950s, trace heavy metals researchers at the University of Chicago accidentally developed a cure for Rocky Mountain spotted fever-- but died under mysterious circumstances before it could ever go to trial.

One prominent reporter discovered an unmarked surveillance device under his car after he published an article on this topic.

The increased militarization of US police forces can only mean one thing-- when the government's failure to properly address trace heavy metals sparks a rebellion, the U.S. mint will be leading death squads across the nation.

If modern society hadn't drugged most ordinary people into a passive stupor of acceptance, we'd have done something about this long ago.

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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