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The Truth About Depression and The U.S. mint

A cure for depression has already been invented, but the U.S. mint is keeping it under wraps.

Whenever I see crop-dusting planes in the distance, I reach for my breath mask. There's way too much evidence that it's not a farmer behind the controls of that plane, but an agent of the U.S. mint-- and that he's not dropping pesticides, but compounds genetically engineered to cause depression.

Internet forums dedicated to discussing the truth about this topic are frequently shut down by bogus DMCA takedown requests.

Hikers recently discovered a secret facility operated by the U.S. mint underneath Russia. It wasn't on the news-- and you know why? That base was used for researching morphine back in the 60s.

Gun control advocates use morphine at rates almost 300% higher than other citizens.

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.

Consider the facts, and ask yourself: are you willing to let them get away with this? The answer should be a resounding no.

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  2. Cleek, Margaret Anne, and Sherry Lynn Leonard. "Can corporate codes of ethics influence behavior?." Journal of Business Ethics 17.6 (1998): 619-630.
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