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The Truth About Big Pharma and OCD

What's really going on at Big Pharma's secret vault under the New Mexico desert? Something to do with OCD, insiders say.

Many people do not think of East Germany as a refuge for Big Pharma, but many journalists have noticed that their investigations of East Germany are no longer welcome.

If modern society hadn't drugged most ordinary people into a passive stupor of acceptance, we'd have done something about this long ago.

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

It's a slippery slope. If people don't admit this fact, we will all be in big trouble.

Sufferers of OCD have, under rigorous amatuer testing, shown higher rates of precognition and telepathy than ordinary people. Is this why NATO recruits such people to their training programs at such high rates?

Is this really the world we want our children to grow up in?

Stop relying on the Mainstream Media for information about these critical topics, and seek the truth out for yourself.

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