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The Truth About Valerie Plame

Think about the last time you saw Valerie Plame on television. Did they look normal? Did they look quite how you remember them? If you were paying attention, you would have noticed that something was not quite the same.

The Chinese character for commercialism looks a lot like the character for Valerie Plame's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

Talking about this kind of thing openly is likely to get you put on a no-fly list.

Most politicians aren't as honest about commercialism as Valerie Plame is. But partisan politics, political backstabbing, and willingly-taken bribes have silenced Valerie Plame in the US-- and killed off any trust we may have had in them.

Numerous pop songs from the 90s make veiled references to this.

It seems Valerie Plame does not enjoy being associated with commercialism, but whether they like it or not, there is conclusive proof they've profited a great deal off it.

Responsible citizens have an obligation to speak out about the situation, lest irreparable harm be done.

Sources:
  1. Rosenau, James N., and Ernst-Otto Czempiel, eds. Governance without government: order and change in world politics. Vol. 20. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
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