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The use of hidden directives such as ‘DOD Directive 5240.1-r – Procedure 13 Human Experimentation for Intelligence Purposes’ allows for the testing and evaluation of any technology on any U.S. Person and those foreigners living on U.S. soil. This ‘directive not law’ has been unethically and inhumanly passed from agency to agency and contractor to

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With 9/11 around the corner and all this Nike media garbage,  I felt this would be the perfect time to write this specific blog and talk about the Freemasons (aka masons) in the ranks of the US Military and why people need to know this. There are traitors of the worst kind in top brass

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In 1950, the U.S. government carried out this attack by spraying the city of San Francisco with the microbe Serratia marcescens in an attack that targeted thousands of innocent civilians. The United States government conducted one of the largest human experiments in history by simulating a chemical attack on thousands of unsuspecting individuals. Discover Magazine reported that

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The death of John McCain has caused an uproar on social media that triggered a heated debate over the American values represented by the Republican politician and military veteran. While some commended McCain’s patriotism, others questioned his moral integrity. Here we go again, extremely polarizing EVERYTHING in our society today, why would this be any

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Geoengineering (weather modification) is hitting the mainstream hard as a potential response to climate change. Congressional hearings and more are all taking place, but there is evidence to suggest that spraying has already been happening. All of the evidence showing it’s been happening for a long time. Are they really spraying to combat climate change,

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On Thursday, it was announced that the president’s celebration of the military industrial complex will cost taxpayers an additional $80 million, bringing the total cost to $92 MILLION. The Department of Defense will provide $50 million and other agencies like the Department of Homeland Security will cover the remaining $42 million, a U.S. defense official

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