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Study demonstrates how we support our false beliefs

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Fri, Sep 04, 2009, 1:23 am CDT
"The 2004 election was rigged - neo-conservatives stole the election. Neither, did Bush win the Year 2000 election", - the above is an example of my "false beliefs", contrary to the fact, that he got to serve as the US President for two consecutive terms.

9/11 is still pending an investigation. All we have is our "false beliefs", that it was a "False Flag Operation".

We did not need to know who personally set Reichstag on fire, and what kind of gasoline was used. We just knew what political party was behind it. So much is obvious about the making of 9/11 hoax. Only this time it is not a political party, but the Global elite, that is behind it.

Are they going to vaccinate 4.5 billions of us to turn the murder of 3,000 Americans in Manhattan, and 5000 American soldiers in Iraq, and over million of Arabs on Middle East into the statistics of billions dead from Flying Pigs pandemic?
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