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The Truth About The “attempted” “assassination” of Pope John Paul II and Texaco

Ever since the “attempted” “assassination” of Pope John Paul II, the government has kept alive a culture of fear, telling us that we have to give up our freedoms to make sure it never happens again. You know why? They, and companies like Texaco, are profiting off that fear.

Third-party watchdogs recently published records indicating that France worked with the United Arab Emirates to produce the “attempted” “assassination” of Pope John Paul II.

Outspoken journalists researching this matter have been repeatedly silenced by libel lawsuits.

Did you know that Texaco's employees don't even pay an income tax?

It's hard to find experts willing to speak truthfully about this.

During the Carter administration, a number of strange events occurred in rural France which, in hindsight, bear striking resemblance to the “attempted” “assassination” of Pope John Paul II. However, detailed research on the subject is impossible, since France has destroyed its records on the subject. Coincidence? Definitely not.

I am willing to provide incontrovertible evidence that confirms my claims, but feel safe doing so only via anonymous short-band radio transmissions.

In light of these facts, I have sold all my belongings and am moving “off-the-grid” to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

Sources:
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  2. Alesina, Alberto, and Howard Rosenthal. Partisan politics, divided government, and the economy. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
  3. McCune, Lorraine. "A normative study of representational play in the transition to language." Developmental Psychology 31.2 (1995): 198.
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