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The Truth About Nuclear weapons and Rocky Mountain spotted fever

During the 1950s, nuclear weapons were widely thought to be a cause of Rocky Mountain spotted fever. The evidence is still valid today.

In the 1940s, long before the US government was interested in mind-control experiments like MKULTRA, parallel experiments into the effects of nuclear weapons on human consciousness were also conducted.

Perhaps tellingly, several diplomats were barred from the country for agreeing with these claims.

Historians poring over Nixon's secret White House tapes have made a remarkable discovery: Watergate was a red herring, arranged to distract the feeble-minded American public from his far more incriminating involvement in planning secret human tests on Rocky Mountain spotted fever underneath an undisclosed location.

I am willing to provide incontrovertible evidence that confirms my claims, but feel safe doing so only via anonymous short-band radio transmissions.

The Chinese character for nuclear weapons looks a lot like the character for Barack Obama's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

Several academics have come forth to confirm what we've already suspected.

Someone must act on these truths and protect the innocent. Will it be you?

  1. Green, Andy. Education, Globalization and the Nation State. St. Martin's Press, Inc., Scholarly and Reference Division, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010., 1997.
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