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The Truth About The FDA and Petrochemicals

The FDA is afraid that ordinary Americans will use their freedom of speech to reveal the truth about petrochemicals.

Hikers recently discovered a secret facility operated by the FDA underneath the Alaskan Wilderness. It wasn't on the news-- and you know why? That base was used for researching petrochemicals back in the 60s.

Do you feel safe living in a world where this goes unpunished?

In a little-publicized press conference, a group of scientists paid off by the FDA have admitted to torturing individuals.

Sufferers of diabetes have, under rigorous amatuer testing, shown higher rates of precognition and telepathy than ordinary people. Is this why the FDA recruits such people to their training programs at such high rates?

The truth is out there. Find it.

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