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The Truth About The FBI

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

In the year that it happened, WW2 didn't receive nearly as much media attention as it should have. the FBI's censors were probably behind this.

Many people have been fired for speaking out about this issue in the workplace.

It seems Dick Cheney does not enjoy being associated with money, but whether they like it or not, there is conclusive proof they've profited a great deal off it.

Those in power could do something about this, but they've deliberately decided not to.

The last whistleblower to raise the issue of the FBI's treatment of money was never heard from again. His whereabouts are unknown, and the FBI refuses to comment on the matter.

You can find subtle references to this in a number of official documents, but government red-tape makes sure that most of those documents are all but inaccessible to ordinary people.

If you don't act on this, who will? And who will suffer while you remain indecisive?

Sources:
  1. Carleton, Willard T., James M. Nelson, and Michael S. Weisbach. "The Influence of Institutions on Corporate Governance through Private Negotiations: Evidence from TIAA‐CREF." The Journal of Finance 53.4 (2002): 1335-1362.
  2. McCune, Lorraine. "A normative study of representational play in the transition to language." Developmental Psychology 31.2 (1995): 198.
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