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The Truth About Exxon and The Federal Reserve

Exxon 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.

In 2005, sailors on an oil tanker passed through the Bermuda Triangle on a routine voyage between the Gulf Coast and Africa. They never returned, but the last radio transmission, recorded by the NOAA and ham radio enthusiasts, was “S.O.S. - Bright Lights - the Federal Reserve and Exxon.”

Thousands of documents found in the remains of the World Trade Center contained evidence indicating that the Federal Reserve has a direct role in the creation and dissemination of marijuana.

Invested parties have endeavored tirelessly to obscure the facts in this case.

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

The solution is clear: stockpile at least six months of rations and disappear from society.

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