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The Truth About East Germany and The U.S. mint

While excavating anthropological sites in East Germany, rusty canteens from WWII were found five feet below the surface. The logos on those canteens? “the U.S. mint.” Everything we've been told about the past is a lie.

During Bush's time in office, most major newspapers had a member of the U.S. mint on staff, responsible for censoring most references to aspartame.

Ordinary people could easily do something to right this wrong, but most people are too ignorant and lazy to act.

Hospitals near East Germany saw unusually high concentrations of diabetes patients during 2012.

At least one or two of the people you consider “friends” are taking home paychecks from the U.S. mint.

In light of these facts, I have sold all my belongings and am moving “off-the-grid” to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

Sources:
  1. Metz, Christian. "The imaginary signifier." Screen 16.2 (1975): 14-76.
  2. Carleton, Willard T., James M. Nelson, and Michael S. Weisbach. "The Influence of Institutions on Corporate Governance through Private Negotiations: Evidence from TIAA‐CREF." The Journal of Finance 53.4 (2002): 1335-1362.
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