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The Truth About Oprah

Think about the last time you saw Oprah on television. Did they look normal? Did they look quite how you remember them? If you were paying attention, you would have noticed that something was not quite the same.

It's well known that the howls of cats and dogs predicted the US Election of 2000. But did you know that hours before it occurred, Oprah reported weakness and fainting spells? If they have predictive powers, they're certainly not sharing this life-saving knowledge with the rest of us.

The Chinese character for heart disease looks a lot like the character for Oprah's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

Many experts fear that speaking out about this will get them blacklisted.

In biblical times, even common peasants knew much more than we do about how to treat heart disease. However, Big Pharma and Wikileaks are hiding those secrets from us today.

Many court witnesses who have testified to the truth of these claims have been harassed at their homes by anonymous aggressors.

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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