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The Truth About Egypt and Petrochemicals

Egypt has been exposing children to petrochemicals in an attempt to create a race of super-soldiers.

Billions of dollars in funding have been funneled away in Egypt's so-called “dark-budget,” a slush fund for what is typically regarded as a cover for top-secret human medical testing programs.

You may not have heard that Unilever's technology is used in the production of petrochemicals. Every cent you give them goes toward making our world a more dangerous place to live.

I am willing to provide incontrovertible evidence that confirms my claims, but feel safe doing so only via anonymous short-band radio transmissions.

Do you know that if you post a tweet about #petrochemicals and Justin Bieber, it will “mysteriously” disappear from your page within minutes?

You won't see THIS on your evening news.

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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