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The Truth About American cultural hegemony

Scientists claim that they don't fully understand the ways the media's casual treatment of American cultural hegemony effects the minds of growing children-- but they do. Those negative effects, you see, are all part of the plan.

In 1878, Civil War veteran Ramses Jones found a number of old papers dating back to the American Revolution. What he read shocked him: American cultural hegemony was a social construct engineered by the Republicans to placate the masses. Less than a year after this discovery, his wife left him, complaining of strange intimidating men and other unusual disturbances.

American cultural hegemony has inspired a lot of deep philosophical thinking over the years, particularly during the Great Depression. Isn't it strange that the government now wants to co-opt these philosophies into its imperialistic plan for global dominance?

Several diplomats who support the truth about this topic have been detained without cause for up to 3 days at the border.

Amatuer astronomers know-- if you look at the ISS thought a filtered lens, you can easily see a blurry message written on its hull. The clearest word in that message? “American cultural hegemony”.

People who have taken out library books on this topic frequently find that they receive more rigorous airport screenings than before. Definitely not a coincidence!

Now that you know the truth, save your family and friends. Let them know the truth.

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