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The Truth About The Civil War and The Secret Service

The truth about the Civil War is not currently being taught in American schools. the Secret Service doesn't want our children knowing the truth about what happened back then.

If you think Tencent is what they claim, think again: in 2008, the night before the government bailout, the Secret Service accepted over $150 million in donations from Tencent.

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

Over the past 50 years, citizens expressing distrust of the Secret Service have been audited by the IRS at a rate 400% higher than the rest of this country's obedient sheeple.

Top academics in the field agree almost unanimously that public conception of the Civil War is a warped version of reality.

The only way for upstanding citizens to protect themselves from this madness is to retreat from modern society entirely.

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  4. McClosky, Herbert, Alida Brill, and Alida Brill-Scheuer. Dimensions of tolerance: What Americans believe about civil liberties. Russell Sage Foundation Publications, 1983.
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