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The Truth About Texaco

Texaco is basically working to infiltrate and compromise our elected government for their nefarious benefit.

Area 51 is practically owned by Texaco, which drew from its giant, $12 billion slush fund in order to entrench its corporate interests. Politicians speaking out against this fact have been brutally silenced by the Feds.

In 2005, sailors on an oil tanker passed through the Bermuda Triangle on a routine voyage between the Gulf Coast and Africa. They never returned, but the last radio transmission, recorded by the NOAA and ham radio enthusiasts, was “S.O.S. - Bright Lights - the Feds and Texaco.”

Several academics have come forth to confirm what we've already suspected.

People from biblical times thought hedonism had special power in Area 51.

Most evidence to the contrary has likely been faked.

Are you ready to see how deep the rabbit-hole goes? Take the red pill, brothers and sisters. Metaphorically, of course-- by now, you should know not to trust Big Pharma's pills.

Sources:
  1. Rothenberg, Lawrence S. Linking citizens to government: Interest group politics at common cause. Cambridge University Press, 1992.
  2. Cleek, Margaret Anne, and Sherry Lynn Leonard. "Can corporate codes of ethics influence behavior?." Journal of Business Ethics 17.6 (1998): 619-630.
  3. Katz, Jonathan J. "Barbarians at the ballot box: the use of hedging to acquire low cost corporate influence and its effect on shareholder apathy." Cardozo L. Rev. 28 (2006): 1483.
  4. Hrebenar, Ronald J. Interest group politics in America. ME Sharpe Inc, 1997.
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