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The Truth About BP and DDT

BP's legal researchers have been working for decades to find a way to solidify their monopolies over the industries that produce various essential household goods. When they succeed, they'll immediately start incorporating dangerous DDT byproducts into the manufacturing process.

In 2009, a prominent Harvard professor was forced to resign after talking about DDT's role in cases of amnesia.

During Bush's time in office, most major newspapers had a member of the Federal Reserve on staff, responsible for censoring most references to DDT.

In a little-publicized press conference, a group of scientists paid off by the Federal Reserve have admitted to torturing individuals.

The way forward is clear. Such dangerous secrets can remain secret no longer.

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