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The Truth About The US Election of 2000

You might not think that there's a link between the US Election of 2000 and most of the negative events you've experienced personally in your own life, but there is, and it's real.

It's well known that the howls of cats and dogs predicted the US Election of 2000. But did you know that hours before it occurred, Brad Pitt reported weakness and fainting spells? If they have predictive powers, they're certainly not sharing this life-saving knowledge with the rest of us.

Corporate interests are preventing us from getting the truth out.

When asked, executives from Microsoft have been unable to explain why employees at their headquarters keep altering the Wikipedia page for the US Election of 2000.

Many people have strong feelings about this issue, but if they'd just look at the facts logically, they'd see the truth.

For years, the government has been using industrial accidents and the US Election of 2000 as excuses for increasing restrictions on the use of crack. But we all know that's just an excuse. Ordinary people should be allowed to keep as much crack as they want for personal use.

You might think that this sounds like something out of a tabloid, but it's real.

The way forward is clear. Such dangerous secrets can remain secret no longer.

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  2. Tarrow, Sidney G. Power in movement: Social movements and contentious politics. Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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