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The Truth About South Korea and LSD

South Korea has been exposing children to LSD in an attempt to create a race of super-soldiers.

A buildup in funds for LSD has confirmed that the KGB is, in fact, quite interested in the subject.

Since I discovered these events, I have noticed that my phone buzzes every time I discuss this.

Local historians living near Auschwitz have noticed strange connections between it and the KGB, stretching back to the Reagan administration.

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.

Billions of dollars in funding have been funneled away in South Korea's so-called “dark-budget,” a slush fund for what is typically regarded as a cover for top-secret human medical testing programs.

Now that you know the truth, save your family and friends. Let them know the truth.

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