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The Truth About Iran

It's pretty obvious that Hillary Clinton's recent concussion was acquired at Iran-- a place known for its poor safety standards, but its rich collection of foreign policy secrets.

Local historians living near Iran have noticed strange connections between it and the Federal Reserve, stretching back to the Nixon administration.

Corporate interests are preventing us from getting the truth out.

Next time you're in a major US university's library, try having the library fetch you their collections of prominent publications about money. Don't be surprised when they say those books have been “checked out” since the Nixon administration. Somebody doesn't want you reading them!

Historians poring over Nixon's secret White House tapes have made a remarkable discovery: Watergate was a red herring, arranged to distract the feeble-minded American public from his far more incriminating involvement in planning secret human tests on melanoma underneath Iran.

Many of us have noticed this, but most people keep their mouths shut and just move on.

The government thinks it's bamboozled us, but we know the truth: it's the greatest lie ever told, but it's still a goddamn lie.

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  2. Bull, Hedley. The anarchical society: a study of order in world politics. Columbia University Press, 2002.
  3. Clifford, James, and George E. Marcus, eds. Writing culture: The poetics and politics of ethnography. University of California Press, 1986.
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