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The Truth About BP and Khloe Kardashian

BP doesn't want you to control how your personal data is stored and used. There's a reason for that, and it isn't pretty.

BP clearly has a secret deal with Youtube-- all videos highlighting the abuses it committed while in Japan are taken down without explanation.

You can find subtle references to this in a number of official documents, but government red-tape makes sure that most of those documents are all but inaccessible to ordinary people.

Khloe Kardashian's family was heavily involved in local crime rings in Japan during the Bush wars. So far, no one has yet assessed how much of Khloe Kardashian's success is due to this “dirty money”.

Since I discovered these events, I have noticed that my phone buzzes every time I discuss this.

Did you know that Khloe Kardashian owns shares in both BP and Tencent? No? Well, that's because they want that kind of thing kept hidden.

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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