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I thought this should go without say, but:

NO FEDPOSTS

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I think that we need to go IN to the Capital. That's where our real enemies are. We need to go IN.

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May 11Liked by Mark Bisone

A thought on university hinges:

As you mentioned, the public faces of the universities don't have the authority to strike deals with the protestors on their own, but their bosses - the Boards of Trustees and the like - do. And those people have to have some of the cushiest lives imaginable, but also prefer to avoid the spotlight. So perhaps the battle can be reframed from "protestors vs. presidents" to "protestors vs. trustees"? I doubt the average university student can name a single member of their school's Board. It may be time to change that..

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I like it!

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Anything we can do to bypass the responsibility-obfuscating bureaucracy and identify the actual decision makers is likely to be of benefit. To extend the warfare metaphor, this is where spies and turncoats could prove useful.

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Perhaps giving a kind suggestion to various student protest leaders that points out the trustees as the ones with the power they want? We are simply trying to help, of course. After all, we are a concerned comrade who unfortunately cannot reveal themselves due to concerns for retaliation.

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You said “Every lie you tell darkens and diminishes your soul, even when it appears to yield superficial success in the moment. Successful liars eventually become lazy and sloppy, and have trouble keeping all their lies straight. At some point they’ll let a bit of the truth slip out, which will come back to haunt them at an inopportune moment.”

So important and so true! Thank you for making explicit the fundamental flaw of 5G warfare.

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Isn't it strange how deception is simultaneously 5GW's greatest "strength" and its fatal weakness? We'd be fools not to exploit the latter. Like all of God's truths, "Live not by lies" proves true at all levels, including at the level of practical strategy.

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Here is our take on 5G Warfare as introduced by Dr. Robert Malone over a year ago. We called then for telling the truth and being honest in all matters~

https://open.substack.com/pub/gingerbreggin/p/malone-becomes-a-fifth-generation?r=ae2lk&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

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Thanks. I will check it out.

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Thanks for your work, Mark

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Re: request for ideas, reminds for me of an old post of mine [https://garysharpe.substack.com/p/are-we-no-longer-just-consumers-but] in which I included my broad brush strategies... but good you are now moving to more pro-active, directed, focussed strategies...

We start with small acts of daily resistance and disobedience in our own lives, in our own hearts, in our own minds, and in our own bodies.

We devitalize them by choosing other values and metrics by which to measure our success in life.

We starve them by choosing to optimize our own mental and physical health and wellness.

We make the purpose of our lives to serve, help and save each other, instead of being in service to them.

We direct our disdain, dissent, despite, derision, and contempt at them, rather than at each other.

We stop promoting their greatest servants into positions of power through our wallets and our votes.

We seek to wake others up from the nightmare.

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This one really grabbed me, Gary.

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I have just written a tween/teen/YA adventure book, The Rebel's Hike, to be published this summer to focus this generation to build this parallel society with Christian and moral values, using their own God given talents, that will defund the other silo in time.

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What you say about exploiting their inability to tell the Truth is so very important. Lies are expensive, and our enemies have run up an unpayable reality debt. Anything that forces them to run up that tab even more is a solid strategy. Our enemies are also united purely by their hatreds, but they also hate each other, and they are so full of hatred that sometimes they can't help but drop their mask of sanity and reveal how much they detest everything and everyone and how much they resent the people they have to pretend to care about -- when that happens, it's the closest they ever come to telling the truth. Provoking them to lash out and articulate that hatred is also a great move, because (as with the example you provided of the brown jihadi posing as a Scotsman) they tend to hit some of their allies with "friendly fire," which destabilizes their coalition of aggrieved people who secretly hate each other. Anyway, excellent piece that will inspire some great thinking on our side! Well done!

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Hatred seems to be the operating system, if not the ethos (it doesn't really qualify as the latter, unless you stretch the definition to Gumby levels). One bright spot it that it still at least sometimes requires the wearing of masks and telling of lies. These actions really do weaken you over time, and in ways you're too distracted by your own belly button to notice. So much the better, for our purposes.

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May 11Liked by Mark Bisone

6GW has always been a curiosity of mine since learning about 5GW.

Let us not forget the don the Armor of God.

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Agreed.

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I've decided that I will be carried off the field on my shield. No more sitting by, politely allowing others' "truths" go unchallenged.

--Abortion destroys human life

--The beginning and endpoints of the alimentary canal are not reproductive organs. It's an incredibly unsafe act, a point that used to be made in every medical school thirty years ago. Also, "pride" is perhaps the biggest sin.

--Zionists exert incredible influence in our affairs. And yes, a great deal of them hate white Christians, especially Slavs.

--Tolerance is not a virtue; it's how we got into this mess.

The only rule: speak truth, especially the John 14:6 kind.

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I think that's how we'll win, Sir John. Truth has ultimate advantage over lies, no matter what scale you look at it. We've been hit with a lot of shrapnel from liars since the day we were born. Somehow, we're still standing.

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May 12Liked by Mark Bisone

This.

In the end truth always prevails, it's just a question of how long it takes.

The more they lie, the more you should tell the truth. When you do, remind them that eventually all liars are going to be held to account, and it's better to come clean sooner than later, if you want lenience.

....And that if they don't want lenience, you're OK with that too.

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I agree there will be a final account. As far as here and now is concerted, I will prevent whatever harm I can.

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May 13·edited May 13Liked by Mark Bisone

You're really speaking my language here Mark, love it. Another word for these hinges is systempunkts, but I like the simpler term and the emphasis on intersections between spiritual/informational and material, where the original term tends to focus on a single plane.

Related to all of this, again I encourage people to reconsider anonymity/pseudonymity. The mere fact that the enemy doesn't like it should point to how powerful a weapon it is against them. If you want to know how to defeat somebody, start by finding out what they're afraid of. Pseudonymity is not a lie, it's armor against lies, and self-doxxing is foolish pride and bravado.

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Yes. That’s why I included "Wear Armor" in the initial list. Pseudonymity is just one of the forms of armor, but an important one.

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There is so much to love about this article. I spent some time reading up on Aquino and his silly temple and I would say that your 6GW is more than a match for the enemy. As I thought about how to say what I wanted to say, I realised that it had been said better before. This excellent poem is the introduction to Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday(unfortunately the version on my kindle doesn't preserve the line structure and I am too lazy to recreate it now but it is fairly obvious.). I feel about our current enemy that it is 'huge devils hid the stars, yet fell at a pistol flash'. I can't help but think of how 5GW is currently fairing against artillery fire in Ukraine.(not sure what gen that is) The bizarre idea that lies are powerful is a bit self refuting. But also, I can't help but think of the victories that men of Chesterton's generation had in their youth only to see the same devils return 10 times stronger and wonder how we will avoid that same trap.

To Edmund Clerihew Bentley

A cloud was on the mind of men, and wailing went the weather, Yea, a sick cloud upon the soul when we were boys together. Science announced nonentity and art admired decay; The world was old and ended: but you and I were gay; Round us in antic order their crippled vices came— Lust that had lost its laughter, fear that had lost its shame. Like the white lock of Whistler, that lit our aimless gloom, Men showed their own white feather as proudly as a plume. Life was a fly that faded, and death a drone that stung; The world was very old indeed when you and I were young. They twisted even decent sin to shapes not to be named: Men were ashamed of honour; but we were not ashamed. Weak if we were and foolish, not thus we failed, not thus; When that black Baal blocked the heavens he had no hymns from us Children we were—our forts of sand were even as weak as eve, High as they went we piled them up to break that bitter sea. Fools as we were in motley, all jangling and absurd, When all church bells were silent our cap and beds were heard. Not all unhelped we held the fort, our tiny flags unfurled; Some giants laboured in that cloud to lift it from the world. I find again the book we found, I feel the hour that flings Far out of fish-shaped Paumanok some cry of cleaner things; And the Green Carnation withered, as in forest fires that pass, Roared in the wind of all the world ten million leaves of grass; Or sane and sweet and sudden as a bird sings in the rain— Truth out of Tusitala spoke and pleasure out of pain. Yea, cool and clear and sudden as a bird sings in the grey, Dunedin to Samoa spoke, and darkness unto day. But we were young; we lived to see God break their bitter charms. God and the good Republic come riding back in arms: We have seen the City of Mansoul, even as it rocked, relieved— Blessed are they who did not see, but being blind, believed. This is a tale of those old fears, even of those emptied hells, And none but you shall understand the true thing that it tells— Of what colossal gods of shame could cow men and yet crash, Of what huge devils hid the stars, yet fell at a pistol flash. The doubts that were so plain to chase, so dreadful to withstand— Oh, who shall understand but you; yea, who shall understand? The doubts that drove us through the night as we two talked amain, And day had broken on the streets e'er it broke upon the brain. Between us, by the peace of God, such truth can now be told; Yea, there is strength in striking root and good in growing old. We have found common things at last and marriage and a creed, And I may safely write it now, and you may safely read.

Chesterton, Gilbert K.. The Man Who Was Thursday [with Biographical Introduction] . Neeland Media LLC. Kindle Edition.

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May 14·edited May 14Author

"I can't help but think of how 5GW is currently fairing against artillery fire in Ukraine.(not sure what gen that is)"

In 5GW, the outcome of the shooting war is secondary or tertiary at best. The underlying information war is about Ukraine's black market economy and infrastructure.

For instance, think about the Bidens and Burisma, which I suspect is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of leverage (and yet they still used it as an excuse to impeach Trump). Other 5GW casualties included a a secret biolab captured by Russia, and a vast, embedded CIA operation that was publicly burned on the front page of the New York Times. The tit-fot-tat infrastructure/economic attacks (Nord Stream, Francis Scott Key bridge) are an escalation of the same underground war, and are considered infinitely more important than the lives of any ground forces.

Its important we understand that these are their real assets and objectives, as well as feeding mulitary contractors taxpayer cash (as per usual). Ukraine is a hinterland that can be looted, exploited and used as a conduit for all manner of secret operations and black market trade.

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I understand that the people conducting the war see those as the real assets but we must not get so far into their heads that we believe the assets they value are valuable. The enemy thinks that they have built a Tower to the Heavens. You think that they have built a House of Cards. I think that it is just a pile of shit. Taking away their 'key assets' or disabling the 'key players' would be very effective against a house of cards but if it is just a gloopy pile of shit then don't expect to accomplish anything other than getting shit on your hands.

'In 5GW, the outcome of the shooting war is secondary or tertiary at best. The underlying information war is about Ukraine's black market economy and infrastructure.' My point was that 'information war' and 5GW is a mere satanic deception and that when it runs into reality, in the form of artillery shells, all of their high concepts are dust in the wind.(It is sad to valorize killing but the truth is that evil men ought to be killed. So far it isn't my calling and I hope that it stays that way, but it does actually need to be done. What is shameful is that relatively innocent soldiers((not all of them)) are killed while the perpetrators grow fatter. ) I'm not saying that no amount of white papers can stop actual soldiers just that in the war of Think Tanks vs Main Battle Tanks it is a mistake to lean too much into the Think Tanks. We must abhor their ways of thought not just the products of that thought.

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May 14·edited May 15Author

"I understand that the people conducting the war see those as the real assets but we must not get so far into their heads that we believe the assets they value are valuable."

I thought it went without say that all of what they value is ultimately worthless and illusory. But to "know thine enemy" is most definitely *not* worthless in a war. Quite the opposite: it's the prerequisite for any strategy worth pursuing.

That's why I say that not everyone is built to fight it. I don't mean that in a pejorative way; it's a good thing that we're not all built the same way, and that we're shaped by different choices and experiences. If we were all built to fight, we'd never find any peace.

As far as them having built a gloopy pile of shit, yes, that is exactly what it looks like in the non-terminal domain beyond the veil. But on this side, it can look like many things, including unstable structures that threaten to vandalize and harm God's children if they aren’t combatted. That’s what I mean by binocular vision. If we just see it as one and not the other, then our actions will be futile, and likely even counterproductive.

I think this kind of vision also helps explain why we are given the option to choose evil, which I myself exercised for many years. If it does not destroy the sinner (and it might; I've had some close shaves), they are the kind of mistakes that can be learned from, and help him more effectively confront evil after he's seen the light. And while I agree it is spiritually dangerous to inhabit the enemy mindset, to see and think like them, I would only say that war itself is filled with danger and risk. We can only pray that we'll be brave and wise when time arrives. But if we leave aside the lessons of sin, then sin is only destruction, only loss.

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What if someone made a master dox list of a school's donors and publicly attribute it to protest leadership - or merely give it to them to distribute?

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May 12·edited May 12Author

I think "give them it to them to distribute" is the sounder play. Like I said, deception is their game, and it has its own pitfalls.

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I'm afraid my friend that anything not premised on 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.' is going to be counterproductive. I am not anonymous but many good people that I like to think of as 'allies' are. I would not like my friends to be doxxed so I will not dox my enemies.

It is bad policy to only think about what will topple the enemy without considering what your actions will replace him with. We must 'overcome evil with good' and while generally shining a light in dark places is a good thing. I think that, for me at least, the ethics of unmasking are more complicated.

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May 12·edited May 12Author

Exactly.

And, like I said, you wouldn't beat professional liars at their own game anyway. Why try to play catchup, when the truth is so much stronger?

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Well said. But then, the list of donors is usually public, so...

And, a "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" ethic taken too literally enforced seems a little at odds with 6g warfare. Just saying...

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Thats true and obviously there are no cut and dry answers. I shouldn't imply that you were wrong or that I had all of the answers.

I'm not sure how to wage this war. None of us are. But it seems to my mind that the great thing about knights is not what they attack or how they attack it, but what they protect and how they protect it. Their greatness consists in what they love not what they fear.

And honestly these donors and what not should be accountable for their actions. At the same time I am reminded that the one who accuses and prosecuted sins is the Devil and that I am a servant of the Advocate, the defense. As Lewis says(paraphrased due to laziness), 'If you do the devils work don't complain if you get his paycheck.' I don't want to be the guy who brings the sins of others up for remembrance, before any court.

I'm not sure how to fight this war. I wrote some pieces on spiritual warfare years ago that were very unsatisfactory. Maybe it's time to revisit the subject and see if I can find any more light.

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Allow me to preface this with the fact that I am not a Christian.

However I believe I can provide you with the logic needed to fight the 6GW way.

The aphorism to, "do unto others as you would have them do unto you", shall be re-evaluated with practical examples.

For instance, we would not want to be treated the same way we treat a baby as an adult.

Instead, it makes more sense to ask how we would want to be treated if we were in their position.

This allows for a more reasonable approach that takes the needs of each person into account rather than forcing all of our own preferences on everyone else.

So then the question becomes, "How would I want to be treated if I was a satanist bent on world domination through lies and fraud?"

Now if you would rather die than become like that, then the answer is that you'd want to be killed.

If it is actually a mercy to spare them from their own insanity, then it doesn't violate this version of the golden principle.

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No I'd want to be converted. I mean I suppose if death or world domination through lies and fraud were my only options I would pick death but it seems like you are working from a very limited set of options. I believe 6GW was meant to be largely about considering unconventional possibilities. Let's expand our horizons a bit

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Yes, that's fair.

I was using an extreme example to illustrate the point. Naturally, you would have to weigh many factors before making a decision, and certainly I wouldn't expect you to actually kill anyone.

If you go with the conversion route, then it would be tough indeed. I'm not sure I can see a real path forward with that apart from physically capturing them.

And even then, the brainwashing is strong and applied from childhood, you might never succeed.

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I imagine it is between the Knight and the Creator, what the Knight believes he must do to protect what he loves. For most Knights probably it would not be much about any ethic or moral necessarily, if say a home invader threatened mortally the people closest to us and the Knight. It seems different, this spiritual war, pondering it from a relative distance, though it is not arguably less a mortal threat, necessarily.

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May 12Liked by Mark Bisone

You say, "...who worship at different clay feet of the same evil god."

I say, maybe they are worshipping different toes. lol THIS little piggy...

I take your point wholeheartedly. These communist mutts are at once ridiculous and dangerous and must be destroyed. They congregate for worship at the feet of godless evil. They believe nothing but the tiny power in their trembling hand. The hope that springs eternal grows faint in their shriveling souls. Lost, forsaken, hopeless, forlorn, Wishing down deep they'd never been born.

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Yeah, good point. Maybe even kiss different toe cells or molecules, then wake up in the morning feeling "strong". We have to laugh at how dumb it is sometimes.

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May 12Liked by Mark Bisone

Your comment/observation regarding the campus-protest leaders cracked me the hell up: “…but they are all subject to the same meta-weakness: They cannot think.”

A hilarious, priceless, and so very true observation, sir.

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Thanks, Rob.

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May 12Liked by Mark Bisone

This is a great article, but it's importance will be more in creating preventative measures for future generations, as (un)fortunately IMO the collapse is baked into the cake, it's just not quite frosted and served up yet.

I suggest everyone take whatever steps they think appropriate under the circumstances. Consult Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs for inspiration. Form a group of like-minded people and figure out where you need to fortify.

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May 12·edited May 13Author

I understand what you're getting at, and I'd advise people to prepare as best they can for the war. But it *is* a war, and that means some of us will need to fight it. I understand the concept of the turnings/cycles quite well, but I also see an acceleration and mounting of stakes in each new iteration. I think sitting tight and holding out might not do the trick this time, because the truth is that every iteration could be the last one. If God didn't want me to act he wouldn't have given me hands, brains, eyes and all the rest of it.

That said, I do realize not everyone is built for war, and I don't look down on those people.

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Excellent article!

A few thoughts that come to me;

The Matrix/Beast-System/AI-Antichrist hierarchy of entities gets it's power from us; we feed it by believing in it. I urge you to consider the power of our beliefs, the easiest example to give is of course the Placebo Effect. Also, observe children playing or recall your own childhood memories where you would create entire fantasy worlds full of meaning as easily and naturally as you breathe. I believe we can observe in children in a very unfiltered way the not-so-simple concept of belief.

We don't stop believing fairy tales just because we grow up, I think this is obvious for anyone paying attention. Of the multitude of separate goals and agendas of the Enemy (who I tend to define as a principle or imperative of disharmony and chaos (evil?), rather than a specific metaphysical entity or physical group of people, through whom this principle nonetheless works through), I believe one of the most important lies we need to believe in order for the Matrix to survive, is the materialist reductionist view, where physicality and matter is the source, and consciousness a random-ass by-product.

Even if you don't believe in anything metaphysical, beyond our physical senses and measuring equipment, doesn't mean that it doesn't exist, and it doesn't mean you're immune to its influence. Wasn't the greatest trick the Devil ever played convincing you he didn't exist?

If the source of the manipulation and deception (the Enemy) is indeed, as I propose, metaphysical in nature, what better way from a strategic point of view is there to remain undetected than to convince us that it can't exist?

I also think that the hinges will become more and more noticeable, as we're so far into the game at this point and the Great Lie has become - once again, most likely - too big for its own good and is crumbling under its own weight. I believe the true imperative of the cosmos is to strive towards balance, harmony and truth, therefore, no lie, no matter how powerful, can stand the test of Cosmic Time, smoothing out all the wrinkles of the Universe, one Yuga at a time.

The NPC's (Organic portals) sometimes feel to me like a backdrop with extras in a movie scene. Many are barely more than animals, purely acting on instinct and emotion, making minimal use of the rational faculty of the human mind. They're just kind of there, screaming the current slogans, marching to the current tune.. Not thinking, as you say. I'm trying to make the point of choosing our battles. Who are we trying to save at this point? The last four years have really made the contrast sharper between the two camps and it's getting increasingly easy to see where people stand.

There was more I wanted to say but it escapes me at the moment.

Thank you for always providing insightful and clever posts. Keep it up!

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Excellent piece Mark. As usual. I’ll reserve comment until after I publish my book. There is a lot in there which I think aligns with what you’ve written, and in particular how things evolve over time - and what kind of framework we’ll be operating in later.

That being said, I don’t write a lot about the kind of tactics that must be employed in the near term, other than chipping away at the most critical hinge of them all: the money printer.

Looking forward to the next one!

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Like intersectionality is a common spiritual half, the money printer is a common material half of a hinge. That's why I thought the Ivies><FInancialists were a good prototype. I look forward to your book. But in the meantime, I think we should attack what we can, to save who we can.

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Couldn’t agree more my friend 🤝

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Truth is a far more superior weapon than deceit, and is one that is denied to them. Edward G. Griffin.

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