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Only uninformed think we're really free.

by tcrog1020 on July 4, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


The United States has been a bankrupt nation since 1936. Every state house, capitol, man, woman and child are chattel property of international bankers. Look it up and prove me wrong. If we were all stripped naked, all our property siezed, and we were stood naked in the streets it all would not even pay the interest on our loans. Free...NOT.

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