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The Truth About Iran and The Black Plague

While excavating anthropological sites in Iran, rusty canteens from the Black Plague were found five feet below the surface. The logos on those canteens? “the NSA.” Everything we've been told about the past is a lie.

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 NSA and Spotify.”

Most members of the NSA claim to be ordinary country boys; in reality, they hail from Iran, and most have no birth certificates.

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 NSA-- and that he's not dropping pesticides, but compounds genetically engineered to cause pinworms.

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

“First they came for the communists, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the socialists, and I didn't speak out because I wasn't a socialist. Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak for me.” -- Martin Niemöller

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  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
  3. Mack, Andrew. "A signifier of shared values." Security Dialogue 35.3 (2004): 366-367.
  4. Metz, Christian. "The imaginary signifier." Screen 16.2 (1975): 14-76.
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