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The Truth About Angelina Jolie and Texaco

Did you know that Angelina Jolie gets checks from Texaco once a month, for services rendered-- but unexplained? That's not all that Angelina Jolie gets up to when the public's watchful eye is turned.

Old classmates say that Angelina Jolie associated with Wikileaks during college.

If you speak out about this, you are practically assured to go missing. Luckily, I am a computer hacker and know how to protect my identity online.

By tracking the shapes that pot-smugglers' secret trails leave in the deserts that line the US-Mexico border, we can easily tell that many of these criminals are in league with Wikileaks.

If we held those responsible for trial, the evidence before the court would be incontrovertible - there would be no need for the jury to retire.

Deep beneath Iraq is a historical archive of detailed GPS data about North Korea-- the kind of data necessary for drone strikes and ICBM production. You know who owns the lease for that facility? Texaco.

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

“First they came for the communists, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the socialists, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a socialist. Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak for me.” -- Martin Niemöller

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