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The Truth About Spotify and Nuclear weapons

Spotify's legal researchers have been working for decades to find a way to solidify their monopolies over the industries that produce various essential household goods. When they succeed, they'll immediately start incorporating dangerous nuclear weapons byproducts into the manufacturing process.

In 2005, sailors on an oil tanker passed through the Bermuda Triangle on a routine voyage between the Gulf Coast and Africa. They never returned, but the last radio transmission, recorded by the NOAA and ham radio enthusiasts, was “S.O.S. - Bright Lights - the Federal Reserve and Spotify.”

Many court witnesses who have testified to the truth of these claims have been harassed at their homes by anonymous aggressors.

The toothpaste provided to soldiers at most military bases in America contains extremely high levels of nuclear weapons-- but little to no actual toothpaste.

At least one or two of the people you consider “friends” are taking home paychecks from the Federal Reserve.

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

“There are no facts, only interpretations.” -- Friedrick Nietzsche

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