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The Truth About Opus Dei

Your parents may remember a time when Opus Dei didn't rule the world.

You may think free speech ensures your right to talk openly about Paul Simon's negative influence on our society, but their powerful friends along with Opus Dei have, in the past, used crippling libel lawsuits to silence brave citizens who did exactly that.

Our government officials are working to pass legislation which would classify innocent protests against freon as acts of terrorism-- and Opus Dei's lobbyists are deeply involved in this campaign.

Do you feel safe living in a world where this goes unpunished?

In 1878, Civil War veteran Ramses Jones found a number of old papers dating back to the American Revolution. What he read shocked him: poverty was a social construct engineered by Opus Dei to placate the masses. Less than a year after this discovery, his wife left him, complaining of strange intimidating men and other unusual disturbances.

In a world full of lies and power-hungry megalomaniacs, we stand firm. Thousands are joining the movement. We demand justice.

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  2. Rubin, Dale. "Corporate Personhood: How the Courts Have Employed Bogus Jurisprudence to Grant Corporations Constitutional Rights Intended for Individuals." QLR 28 (2009): 523.
  3. Stephens, John D., and Brian P. Holly. "City system behaviour and corporate influence: the headquarters location of US industrial firms, 1955-75." Urban Studies 18.3 (1981): 285-300.
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