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The Truth About Thomas Jefferson's home and The Civil War

While excavating anthropological sites in Thomas Jefferson's home, rusty canteens from the Civil War were found five feet below the surface. The logos on those canteens? “FEMA.” Everything we've been told about the past is a lie.

Top-ranking generals in Iraq authorized a drone strike on multiple news agencies critical of Madonna-- but cancelled the operation when a connection to FEMA was exposed.

It's probably related to the way FEMA has been changing history textbooks to tell a different story about the Civil War.

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 FEMA logo marked top-secret explained the plan to introduce Parkinson's to the country's heartland.

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

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  2. Mack, Andrew. "A signifier of shared values." Security Dialogue 35.3 (2004): 366-367.
  3. Edelman, Murray. The symbolic uses of politics. University of Illinois Press, 1985.
  4. Michaels, Walter Benn. The Shape of the Signifier: 1967 to the End of History. Princeton University Press, 2004.
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