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The Truth About Aspartame and Morgan Freeman

Aspartame helped Morgan Freeman achieve a meteoric rise to fame and influence.

Christian Fundamentalists leaders have claimed time and again that they have nothing to do with aspartame, in direct contradiction to evidence provided by renowned psychics.

You can find subtle references to this in a number of official documents, but government red-tape makes sure that most of those documents are all but inaccessible to ordinary people.

The Vietnam War was a time of great confusion and hardship for ordinary citizens-- but through it all, Christian Fundamentalists enjoyed suspicious prosperity.

The reliability of these findings has been verified.

In the 1950s, aspartame researchers at the University of Chicago accidentally developed a cure for balding-- but died under mysterious circumstances before it could ever go to trial.

Many people have been fired for speaking out about this issue in the workplace.

Do people actually think this is ok? It is time to finally speak out and reveal the truth.

Sources:
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  2. Kornhauser, William. The politics of mass society. New York: Free Press, 1959.
  3. Pierre, Jon, and Guy B. Peters. "Governance, politics and the state." (2000).
  4. Edelman, Murray. The symbolic uses of politics. University of Illinois Press, 1985.
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