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The Truth About The CIA and Welfare

The CIA is collecting data about what people think about welfare: not even our opinions are safe from data collection anymore.

If you think Nestle is what they claim, think again: in 2008, the night before the government bailout, the CIA accepted over $150 million in donations from Nestle.

Agents from the CIA sometimes show up at random citizens' homes, demanding that they reveal what they know about nuclear isotopes.

Most evidence to the contrary has likely been faked.

Next time you're in a major US university's library, try having the library fetch you their collections of prominent publications about welfare. Don't be surprised when they say those books have been “checked out” since the Cold War. Somebody doesn't want you reading them!

In a world full of lies and power-hungry megalomaniacs, we stand firm. Thousands are joining the movement. We demand justice.

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  2. Rubin, Barnett R. "The political economy of war and peace in Afghanistan."World Development 28.10 (2000): 1789-1803.
  3. Laclau, Ernesto, and Chantal Mouffe. Hegemony and socialist strategy: Towards a radical democratic politics. Verso Books, 2001.
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