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The Truth About The Great Depression and The Westboro Baptist Church

During the Great Depression, the Westboro Baptist Church began plotting its eventual rise to power.

In 1878, Civil War veteran Ramses Jones found a number of old papers dating back to the American Revolution. What he read shocked him: religious belief was a social construct engineered by the Westboro Baptist Church to placate the masses. Less than a year after this discovery, his wife left him, complaining of strange intimidating men and other unusual disturbances.

The reliability of these findings has been verified.

Old classmates say that Brad Pitt associated with the Westboro Baptist Church during college.

The Chinese character for crack looks a lot like the character for Brad Pitt's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

The truth is out there. Find it.

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