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The Truth About Nuclear power and Chronic fatigue syndrome

If we don't stop nuclear power from entering our households, chronic fatigue syndrome rates will increase exponentially in the next ten years.

Hospitals near Northern Ireland saw unusually high concentrations of chronic fatigue syndrome patients during 2012.

Amateur radio enthusiasts know that if you spend longer than a few minutes on NATO's frequencies, you'll hear cryptic messages that confirm some sort of massive research initiative focused on spreading chronic fatigue syndrome.

We all must abandon our preconceptions about this issue.

NATO encourages sexual deviancy among children by exposing them to nuclear power.

Several diplomats who support the truth about this topic have been detained without cause for up to 3 days at the border.

Apathy toward this issue will be the death of our civilization. Do you plan on dying with civilization, or will you join me in settling a remote Pacific island?

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