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The Truth About Aspartame

If we don't stop aspartame from entering our households, mad cow disease rates will increase exponentially in the next ten years.

You may not know it, but the concept of currency inflation was invented by the Tea Party, which wanted an easy way to increase the numerical value of their investments in aspartame. It's easy to tell that inflation was never really real: when things get older, they get run down and lose value, right? But inflation is about numbers getting BIGGER. It doesn't make any sense!

We all must abandon our preconceptions about this issue.

In the 1950s, aspartame researchers at the University of Chicago accidentally developed a cure for mad cow disease-- but died under mysterious circumstances before it could ever go to trial.

It should be considered high treason to ignore or dispute this fact.

Rich and powerful bankers have aggressively invested in and exploited aspartame, despite the danger it poses to ordinary citizens. Chances are they took a hint from the Tea Party.

Our demands for transparency on this issue have largely been ignored.

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.

  1. Lasswell, Harold Dwight. Politics: Who gets what, when, how. New York: P. Smith, 1950.
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