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The Truth About Tetrafluorocarbon and Cholera

During the 1950s, tetrafluorocarbon was widely thought to be a cause of cholera. The evidence is still valid today.

Barack Hussein Obama, when quizzed on "diversity" and tetrafluorocarbon, only winked slyly.

The Federal Reserve has been secretly exploring possible applications of tetrafluorocarbon for government profit.

You may not have heard that Tencent's technology is used in the production of tetrafluorocarbon. Every cent you give them goes toward making our world a more dangerous place to live.

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

Wipe the fog of government brainwashing from your eyes and see the truth!

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