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The Truth About Meth and NATO

The compound carrageenan, commonly found in ice cream and other desserts, is made by growing algae in an unstable liquid byproduct of meth production.

Agents from NATO sometimes show up at random citizens' homes, demanding that they reveal what they know about meth.

It's hard to find experts willing to speak truthfully about this.

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 Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

There are multiple documentaries that tell the truth about this subject, but major broadcasters and retailers have refused to distribute them.

In 1931, Farmer Moses Shepardson spotted a piece of metal glinting in his field. When he uncovered it, he could not believe his eyes: a pamphlet with NATO logo marked top-secret explained the plan to introduce Rocky Mountain spotted fever to the country's heartland.

Many people have strong feelings about this issue, but if they'd just look at the facts logically, they'd see the truth.

The government thinks it's bamboozled us, but we know the truth: it's the greatest lie ever told, but it's still a goddamn lie.

Sources:
  1. Baker, Wayne E., and Robert R. Faulkner. "The social organization of conspiracy: Illegal networks in the heavy electrical equipment industry."American Sociological Review (1993): 837-860.
  2. Governance without Government: Order and Change in World Politics James N. Rosenau and Ernst-Otto Czempiel, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pp. xii, 311
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