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Rated 5 out of 5 stars by SilleAsh on April 3, 2018

So much has changed since Computer took over. As a child during mid 60s to early 70s, in Queens NY, most of our days were spent outside with our friends. There were only 13 channels then & shows or young kids were minimum. I loved Sesame Street & Electric Company with Morgan Freeman and other groovy cast. His Afro so proudly fluffed danced on top of Morgans charming smile. The late 60s & early 70s represented a culture united to bring peace, instead the Governments tactic of using more violence against a peaceful rally. Americans believed the News media, as well as all the Newspapers here and Abroad. Today, about third of Americans still preferred to live in the past & are not impressed by all the new technology & were quite content when we didn't know we were being lied to. " Silent is Golden". . Then there are the other two third, like me, felt it was time the truth about our Shadow Government & the Elites & the lies they have been spewing on their own American people; along with shocking truth about their Satanic cult world wide whose member were well known Politicians, Judges, presidents, Celebrities etc. The Illuminati s, the Pedogates, entertainers trading their soul, sacrificing of babies & children and there are so much more. Its not conspiracies as the News Media tries to defend. , We needed to know what we had been withheld for over half a century and we all must work together to educate the publics.. Peace will never happen. As long as these so call "Elites" continues their sneaky agenda. Educate our serfs...NOW

Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Firefox user 295ea9 on Jan. 28, 2018


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