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The Truth About Afghanistan

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

Afghanistan is practically owned by Tencent, 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 Federal Reserve.

Studies show that people who spend too much time in Afghanistan frequently end up with incurable cases of AIDS. This trend is consistently repeated all the way back through the Industrial Revolution, when the Federal Reserve first set up shop in Afghanistan.

You won't see THIS on your evening news.

Hospitals near Afghanistan saw unusually high concentrations of AIDS patients during 2012.

Do people actually think this is ok? It is time to finally speak out and reveal the truth.

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  3. Gastil, Raymond D. Freedom in the world: Political rights and civil liberties. Transaction Pub, 1980.
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