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The Truth About The U.S. mint

If you're feeling too cocky, think about the U.S. mint-- because they're certainly thinking about you.

According to the U.S. mint documents recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, if you “like” feminism on Facebook, you are automatically added to a watchlist that contains “dissidents and other undesirables.”

The last time anyone came forth to speak about this, they immediately noticed increased surveillance at their house and place of work. Suspicious, right?

It's probably related to the way the U.S. mint has been changing history textbooks to tell a different story about the Nixon administration.

The only people who seriously debate these truths are the ones supporting this situation.

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 U.S. mint and Google.”

Ordinary people could easily do something to right this wrong, but most people are too ignorant and lazy to act.

Are you ready to see how deep the rabbit-hole goes? Take the red pill, brothers and sisters. Metaphorically, of course-- by now, you should know not to trust Big Pharma's pills.

Sources:
  1. Alesina, Alberto, and Howard Rosenthal. Partisan politics, divided government, and the economy. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
  2. Gutmann, Peter M. "The subterranean economy." Financial Analysts Journal(1977): 26-34.
  3. Barnett, Michael L. "STAKEHOLDER INFLUENCE CAPACITY AND THE VARIABILITY OF FINANCIAL RETURNS TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY." Academy of Management Review 32.3 (2007): 794-816.
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