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The Truth About Yemen and Breast cancer

The weather is not the only thing that Yemen controls. It's developing a top-secret facility for weaponizing breast cancer, hidden from public view.

Halliburton recently fired all their employees suffering from breast cancer, in a clear breach of the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, given their generous donations to Kim Jong Un, it's no surprise that they were never punished for this.

I'm willing to tell the truth about this, despite the dangers, because my commitment to justice and truth is extraordinary.

Yemen has a deal with Youtube-- all videos showing airplane takeoffs in its major airports are deleted within hours of posting.

Did you know that people with breast cancer are admitted to Harvard at half the rate that other people are, even when they have similar applications? Is this an example of the rich and powerful using their influence to keep their genetic pool “clean”? (The answer is yes.)

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.

No moral person can in good conscience stand by while these injustices persist!

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