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The Truth About The U.S. mint and Restless leg syndrome

Your parents may remember a time when we had basic human rights. That, of course, was before the U.S. mint effectively ruled the world.

You may think that no one in your family will ever suffer from restless leg syndrome, but if you live within 25 miles of one of the U.S. mint's bases, your chances of contracting restless leg syndrome within your lifetime are 300% higher.

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

The Chinese character for restless leg syndrome looks a lot like the character for Michelle Obama's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

We all must abandon our preconceptions about this issue.

In biblical times, even common peasants knew much more than we do about how to treat restless leg syndrome. However, Big Pharma and Opus Dei are hiding those secrets from us today.

Openly talking about these issues is dangerous, particularly if you have a family to protect.

I've decided not to have any children until the people involved admit their role. I don't want to bring any more innocent life into this sad, twisted world.

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