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January 29, 2011

[video] The Alex Jones Show ENTIRE TRANSMISSION 1/28/11: Wayne Madsen, Larry Pratt, Bob Chapman & Lindsey Williams

Filed under: Freedom • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 9:33 pm

The Alex Jones Show 1/28/11: Wayne Madsen, Larry Pratt, Bob Chapman & Lindsey Williams

THElNFOWARRlOR | January 28, 2011 | 70 likes, 2 dislikes

Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen discusses the rapidly evolving situation in Egypt. Madsen is a Washington, D.C.-based investigative journalist, author and columnist specializing in intelligence and international affairs. He is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Association of Former Intelligence Officers, and the National Press Club.

Alex also talks with Larry Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America, about gun control legislation in the wake of the Arizona shooting, and Lindsey Williams, who has revealed the plans of the elite to bankrupt America. Bob Chapman, publisher of the International Forecaster, makes his regular Friday appearance. Alex runs down the latest news and takes your calls.
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Natural News Headlines: How cinnamon helps prevent diabetes; Lawsuit: Taco Bell ‘meat’ not technically meat; Eating trans-fat-laden fast food linked to depression; more …

Filed under: Health • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 6:37 pm

From: NaturalNews.com

Taco Bell beef faked? No more than the rest of the FDA-approved toxic food supply

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 29 – The word spread like wildfire across the internet: An Alabama law firm had filed a class action lawsuit against Taco Bell in California, saying its meat fails to meet the definition of beef set forth by the…

Eating trans-fat-laden fast food linked to depression

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 29 – A new study put forth by the universities of Navarra and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain have found that diets rich in trans-fats — like the kind found in most fast food meals — increase the risk of depression…

Prominent university to ban bottled water

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 29 – Bottled water will soon be a thing of the past at the University of Canberra (UC) in Australia. At the prompting of student activists connected to the environmental group Do Something, the school has decided…

Global food security at risk as crop biodiversity is lost

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 29 – Global food security may be in peril unless immediate measures are taken to stem the dramatic loss of genetic diversity among food crops and their wild relatives, according to a report by the United Nations…

USDA deregulates GE alfalfa; opens door to new era of widespread genetic pollution of crops

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 28 – After months of pretending to review public feedback on the issue of GE alfalfa, the USDA has announced a surprise lifting of all restrictions on the genetically engineered crop, effectively allowing anyone…

Monsanto’s Roundup Triggers Over 40 Plant Diseases and Endangers Human and Animal Health

By Jeffrey M. Smith
January 28 – The following article reveals the devastating and unprecedented impact that Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide is having on the health of our soil, plants, animals, and human population. On top of this perfect storm, the USDA…

Catholic church silently supports GMOs

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 28 – Yet another leaked report reveals the truth about the Vatican’s real stance on genetically-modified organisms (GMO). For years, the “Holy See” has held a dubious stance on the issue, with its Pontifical Academy…

Lawsuit: Taco Bell ‘meat’ not technically meat

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 28 – Many people have heard the rumors and jokes about fast food chains not actually using real meat in their products. But a new class-action lawsuit, filed by the Montgomery, Ala.-based law firm Beasley Allen on…

How cinnamon helps prevent diabetes

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 28 – A growing body of research suggests that the common spice cinnamon can help prevent and regulate diabetes. Cinnamon is derived from the inner bark of Cinnamomum trees, and has a long history as a culinary…

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Porn is a Drug: Neuro Chemical Addiction

Filed under: Lust Freedom! — Jeff Fenske @ 1:15 pm

From: istopped

Porn is a Drug – Neuro Chemical Addiction

The Biology Behind it

However you choose to say it, Pornography causes a chemical addiction, or, if you prefer, Pornography causes the body to release endogenous chemicals (epinephrine, testosterone, endorphins (endogenous morphine), oxytocin, dopamine, serotonin, phenylethylamine, and other pharmacological stimuli) which the viewer becomes addicted to.

Entire Article Here

[science] Why is Lust Addictive? — SEX increases dopamine by 200 units (1/6 the height of a METH euphoria)

Demons also drive lust. From my spiritual site:

[Lust FREEDOM — "The Poison that Kills the Soul"] My experience: Homosexuality, heterosexuality & demonic oppression in Christians — The bad news is that demons drive lust. The good news is that demons drive lust, because…

Rand Paul: Cut Foreign Aid — How can we keep borrowing from China to finance other countries? We’re financing both sides of an arms race. And 70% of foreign aid is stolen off the top by corrupt leaders

Filed under: Rand Paul • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 7:20 am

Rand Paul “My Fear Is NOBODY Gets Any Checks From Government! Social Security Fails! MediCare

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January 28, 2011

Unfiltered News from Freedom Force International

Filed under: Freedom • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 3:39 pm

More Ultra-Vivid Headlines from
G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com

2011 JANUARY 22 – 28

Click on headlines to see full articles If original sources are missing, click on Cached.
Star indicates article worth printing for future reference.
See the entire collection here.
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Egypt: People are rioting over poverty, unemployment, rising food costs, and other effects of collectivism. Some internet and phone communications have been disabled. [The mobs demand "change" but have no concept of a better way, so all they are likely to get is a new leader as bad or worse than the old.] Yahoo 2011 Jan 28 (Cached)

US: Food prices are increasing at an alarming rate. Wheat has risen 11% in the last 7 days. Corn is up 94% since June. [The expanding money supply and other warning signs are clear: double-digit inflation is very near. Do you still have your savings in dollars?] Economic Collapse 2011 Jan 28 (Cached)

US: Monsanto wins again. Dept. of Agriculture has fully deregulated GE (genetically engineered) alfalfa. Now it can be grown anywhere. [It already is known that GE alfalfa will contaminate other plants, including organic alfalfa. That will kill the organic alfalfa industry and cripple alfalfa exports, because many countries have banned GE crops. It will also be a blow to the organic meat and dairy industry. The case now will go back to the courts but, meanwhile, the irreversible damage will be done.] DesMoinesRegister 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

A California community announces it no longer will accept cash in payment of utility bills – to protect against terrorists, of course. [This may seem like a small matter, but collectivists want to eliminate cash completely so all financial transactions can be traced by credit card or check. This is a small but definite step toward that goal.] Prison Planet 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

An academic study finds social networking, instead of bringing friends together, creates mutual isolation networks that detach people from meaningful interactions and make them less human.
Natural News
2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

Himalayan glaciers are not melting because of global warming, according to new study from Universities of California and Potsdam. Instead, they are advancing. Last year, the UN claimed the Himalayan glaciers would completely disappear by the year 2035. Telegraph 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

US: Grocery prices have shot up over 50% faster than the official rate of inflation. [In other words, the official rate of inflation is not accurate. It should be increased by 50% – or more.]
Natural News
2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

US: Virginia State House of Delegates passes the ‘Intrastate Commerce Act’ to nullify any federal regulation of economic activity that is entirely within the state. [This is very good news. Collectivists have used a tortured interpretation of the commerce clause in the US Constitution to justify virtually unlimited federal power over activities within the states. Nullification is a Constitutional way to reverse that trend. Let's hope other states soon follow suite.] Tenth Amendment Center 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)



US: Virginia legislation ends mandatory HPV vaccine for young girls – four years after overwhelmingly approving it.
Natural News
2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

US: Social Security now is losing $45 billion dollars per year, and the fund will be completely drained by 2037. [That is the optimistic view. The realistic view is that the fund already is drained because it has no money, just government bonds, which are IOUs. As long as the government is controlled by collectivists from both major parties, Social Security will continue to fall short and, eventually, it will be obvious that the whole system is funded entirely from taxes and inflation. The so-called "fund" is a myth.] Yahoo 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

When a blueberry isn’t even a berry: Imitation blueberries are used in many processed foods and contain no real fruit. Some products that do contain fruit get it from concentrates and add GMO corn syrup and petrochemical colors. [You may hate it, but you need to know.] Delish 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)

Southern California desert is home to a $170 million “mock city” the size of downtown San Diego that is used for military war games. It has underground tunnels and 1560 mock buildings. [The military considers urban warfare and control of civilian populations to be a major part of future operations.]

MSNBC 2011 Jan 26 (Cached)

Study of Corexit dispersant used in the Gulf oil-spill looked at how long it takes to degrade but failed to investigate its toxicity. [The primary concern over Corexit never was over how long it would last but what harm it does to living things, including humans.]
Yahoo
2011 Jan 26 (Cached)

US: House Republicans are proposing an audit and funding-cut of subsidies to the United Nations. The US is the largest single “contributor” (dues are mandatory) and pays 22% of its regular budget plus 27% of its so-called peacekeeping operations. [The speeches are good. Now let's see if they carry through. Why not just get out of the UN completely instead of quibbling over how much it costs?] Yahoo 2011 Jan 25 (Cached)

US: RAND corporation released a study concluding that alternative fuels from corn and other seed oils, waste oils, and algae are of no value to the military and not presently useful to the nation. The recommendation is to re-consider supporting these so-called renewable resources. (Alcohol and hemp were not included in this study neither of which would negatively affect food production.)
Canada Free Press
2011 Jan 25 (Cached)

China plans new ‘Mega City’ to merge 9 cities together and create a metropolis of 42 million people 26 times larger than London. [This is in compliance with the UN's Agenda 21, which calls for bringing people out of the countryside, where they can live fairly independently, into cities, where they can be monitored and controlled.] Right Side News 2011 Jan 25 (Cached)

US: Insurance companies sue Bank of America over “massive mortgage fraud” and say that 91% of securitized loans (such as mortgages and auto loans) are misrepresented. ZeroHedge 2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

Chicago: Artist selling wares on the street recorded his own arrest and may be sentenced up to 15 years under the Eavesdropping Act, which prohibits photographing or video-recording police officers. DailyMail 2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

Tax-exempt organizations that claim to “fight” against genetically modified food are funded by groups that promote GMOs. This is a classic example of controlled opposition.
FarmWars
2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

US: House Republicans are preparing a bill to require Internet Service Providers to track all user activity for review by police.

[These are the same politicians who campaigned on behalf of personal rights and privacy and pledged to restore the Constitution. Both major parties are dedicated to collectivism.] CNET 2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

Oil-eating bacteria has been released into the Gulf of Mexico to help clean up the BP oil spill. That’s good news. The bad news is that, instead of using natural bacteria, which is harmless to marine life, they released a genetically engineered “super” bacteria that works twice as fast but also is suspected of destroying marine life and possibly posing a health hazard to humans. Natural News 2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

US: FEMA and Dept. of Homeland Security are seeking 140 million packets of food, blankets, and body bags. They are especially interested in stockpiling in states adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico. [Do you have your emergency supplies yet?]
IntelHub
2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

US: Treasury Secretary Geithner threatens Congress that, if the debt ceiling is not raised,  default on US debt is imminent, leading to economic chaos. Lifting the ceiling will allow the Fed to create even more money. [Congress will comply. Rampant inflation is on the way along with increased taxation.]
Midas Letter 2011 Jan 23 (Cached)

UN: A $21.7 billion foundation, called the Global Fund, backed by celebrities and hailed as an alternative to the bureaucracy at the UN, has 67% of its budget eaten up by corruption. The money is accounted for with forged documents and bogus bookkeeping, indicating it was pocketed. Donated drugs are sold on the black market.
Fox News
2011 Jan 23 (Cached)

US: Government pledges $1 billion corporate welfare to pharmaceutical companies to help develop new drugs. [Big Pharma is the most profitable industry in the world. With that kind of money, they can buy politicians to plunder taxpayers to deliver even more profits. That's how collectivism works.] Yahoo 2011 Jan 23 (Cached)



Dutch researchers are promoting the replacement of meat with insects and worms as a way to deal with food shortages that are predicted for the near future. Breitbart 2011 Jan 23 (Cached)

New Mexico: Man is acquitted after filming TSA and police in public area of a New Mexico airport. Video shown here captured the confrontation. Activist Post 2011 Jan 23

Federal Reserve quietly institutes an accounting trick that makes Enron seem virtuous. It now can treat losses as liabilities to the US Treasury. [That means losses will never cause a reduction in capital so long as they carry the liability on their books, which can be forever – or until such time as the Treasury "forgives" the liability, which means, passes it to the taxpayer.]
Economic Policy Journal
Posted 2011 Jan 22 (Cached)

US: Researchers at the Dept. of Agriculture knew 2 years ago that pesticides, manufactured by Bayer, are related to bee-colony collapse. A leaked document reveals that the EPA (which approved the pesticide) also knew about its destructive nature. [If anyone has any doubts about corruption in government, this proves that these agencies operate in the interests of the companies they supposedly regulate instead of the citizens who fund their paychecks.]
Grist
2011 Posted Jan 22 (Cached)

US: Dept. of Agriculture says it poisoned thousands of starlings in a recent bird die-off in South Dakota. They say, altogether, they have killed over 4 million birds in an operation named ‘Bye Bye Blackbird’. [Officially this was in response to a farmer's complaint that the birds were defecating in his feed meal. Another explanation was that it was done to protect human health. The media did not challenge these explanations.] Natural News Posted 2011 Jan 22 (Cached)

Russia will adopt the Universal Electronic Card (National ID) in 2012. It will connect bank accounts, credit cards, bus passes, etc. India and Mexico are scheduled to use Universal National ID cards with biometric features. These will increase government tracking of citizens and also increase the risk of identity theft. SingularityHub Posted 2011 Jan 22 (Cached)

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ANALYSIS
Reports and commentaries that look beyond the news to identify historical facts and trends that must be understood to place the news into perspective. This is our “think-tank” section that makes it possible to anticipate future events.

US: Analysis: Banks claim to be making a profit, but that is a bookkeeping trick. In spite of continuing foreclosures and bad loans, banks are reducing loan-loss reserves. Heck, who needs to put money aside for losses when you can get a government bailout from the taxpayers? So, take the money that will be needed to cover next month’s losses and declare them as today’s profits – and pay bonuses, too. Business Insider Posted 2011 Jan 22 (Cached)

US: 2012 will be dubbed the year of youth, if Young Americans for Liberty have their way. More than just enthusiasm, they have the understanding as well. Worth supporting. YouTube Posted 2011 Jan 22. Here is their website link: www.yaliberty.org

Texas: Activist confronts Austin Chief Sustainability Officer as she confirms that the UN’s Agenda 21 program, which she supports, calls for reducing the population by 85%. She laughs when the issue is raised and says she is not concerned about that aspect of the program. [This is only one official out of thousands just like her in positions of government authority around the country, but be assured that she represents the norm, not the exception. These people are dead serious.] YouTube 2011 Jan 16

Goldnomics: the value difference between cash and gold bullion. [You probably know most of this, but it is a good idea to take a refresher course from time to time.] YouTube Posted 2011 Jan 15

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Freedom Force DISINFORMATION
When the enemies of freedom cannot hide or deny the truth, their disinformation agents proclaim it boldly but mix it with questionable or offensive claims so people will recoil from the whole, like mixing garbage with groceries to stink up the bag and cause us to throw out the good with the bad. News items in this section may be in that category.

US: A Congressional panel finds that the financial crisis occurred because government officials, the Fed, and Wall Street ignored warning signs and failed to properly manage risks. The panel is referring cases to the Department of Justice to look into possible criminal prosecution. [This is classic controlled opposition. First, there likely will be no prosecutions of the people who were most responsible, because they have too many friends in high positions. Second, the panel concluded that there is nothing wrong with the the financial system itself, including the power of the Federal Reserve, only with the people who run it. However, until the banking cartel called the Federal Reserve is abolished and the nation returns to sound money based on gold or silver, the problem will never be solved. This theater of investigating, deliberating, debating, and finger-pointing merely serves to perpetuate the system and keep the public from considering an alternative.] Yahoo 2011 Jan 27 (Cached)


Carnegie Institution praises Genghis Khan because he killed so many people that the Earth began to revert back to a primitive state of forestation, and that was the “green” thing to do! [This is what the depopulation supporters are advocating today, which may be the reason for this so-called study. It's pure propaganda with no science behind it. By the way, humans cause less than a fraction of 1% of greenhouse gases.] Mother Nature Network 2011 Jan 24 (Cached)

EU Times story on “toxic-oil spill rains” correctly spotlights damage from the Gulf-oil spill but makes claims that cannot be substantiated, thus, undermining genuine concerns.

Rense.com
Posted 2011 Jan 18 (Cached)

John Fluker: Asleep Beneath the Moon (Parts 1 & 2)

Filed under: Music • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 12:32 pm

JOHN FLUKER~Asleep Beneath the Moon (Part 1)

LORDV8R1 | January 21, 2010 | 30 likes, 0 dislikes

One of the most beautiful and enchanting songs by a truly blessed genius, John Fluker.

Asleep Beneath the Moon (Part 2) John Fluker

January 27, 2011

Vanity: A woman owns 111 purses in her lifetime — “The average 30-year-old owns 21 handbags and buys a new one every three months.”

Filed under: The Soul of America,Why we're getting jacked — Jeff Fenske @ 9:40 pm

A British survey. Is America different? I had no idea….

From: Daily Mail

Sienna Miller syndrome: Why a woman owns 111 handbags in her lifetime

For most women the handbag is more of a lifestyle necessity than a fashion accessory.

And it seems having only one – or even two, three or four – just won’t do.

Indeed, researchers have found that the average 30-year-old owns 21 handbags and buys a new one every three months. That adds up to 111 over the course of a lifetime – with a total outlay of more than £8,000.

Entire Article Here

Natural News Headlines: Combination of essential oils halts PM; Grocery prices skyrocket faster than official inflation; more …

Filed under: $Inflation$$$,Health • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 7:22 pm

From: NaturalNews.com

Fox News covers fake blueberries story uncovered by Health Ranger

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 27 – Last week we released a stunning new Food Investigations video (www.FoodInvestigations.com) showing that many of the blueberries used in popular cereals, muffins, bagels and other foods are faked. Instead of…

Social networking leads to isolation, not more connections, say academics

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 27 – Modern society seems convinced that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter keep them connected and thriving socially with their friends and peers. But a new book called Alone Together by Massachusetts…

Audit reveals widespread corruption in Global Fund

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 27 – Investigators working on behalf of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, a United Nations (UN) alternative funding organization, have found that much of the group’s $21.7 billion development…

Cancer experts speak out about natural cures in live, uncensored webcast event, Saturday, February 5

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 27 – It’s one of the biggest underground secrets of the medical world: Cancer can be cured. In fact, the human body already knows how to cure cancer; it merely needs to be activated in the proper way (because your…

Warning: Scientists discover mad cow disease-causing prions infect through air

By S. L. Baker, features writer
January 27 – Cancer and Alzheimer’s disease are usually described as the two most dreaded health disorders. But there is probably no more ghastly way to suffer and inevitably die than to contract so-called mad cow disease…

Virginia House approves bill to end HPV vaccine mandate four years after overwhelmingly approving it

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 27 – Controversy over the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has led to a resolution to end mandates requiring young girls to receive it. If passed by the Virginia state Senate, a bill recently passed…

Grocery prices skyrocket faster than official inflation

By David Gutierrez, staff writer
January 27 – Grocery prices increased at more than 50 percent the rate of inflation in 2010, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Food prices increased an average of 1.7 percent between November…

Tenth Amendment Center helps states challenge unconstitutional health care bill

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 27 – America’s Founding Fathers understood that the encroachment of federal power over the states was a threat to free society, so they carefully framed the U.S. Constitution as a protection for the People. And the…

Dr Wakefield demands retraction from BMJ after documents prove innocence from allegations of vaccine autism data fraud

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 26 – In light of new evidence that has emerged clearing Dr Wakefield of the allegations that he fabricated study data involving MMR vaccines and symptoms of autism, Dr Wakefield is now publicly demanding a retraction…

Documents emerge proving Dr Andrew Wakefield innocent; BMJ and Brian Deer caught misrepresenting the facts

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 26 – New documents have emerged that clear Dr Andrew Wakefield of the allegations of fraud recently made by the British Medical Journal and its reporter Brian Deer. This new evidence “completely negates the allegations…

Gulf human rights hero Thomas B. Manton falsely imprisoned, murdered

By Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
January 26 – Former President and CEO of the International Oil Spill Control Corporation, Dr. Thomas B. Manton heroically fought to expose the truth about the massive Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, which was caused by a BP…

What’s in your future kitchen? Food fabrication technology prints out your meals in seconds

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 26 – In the not-so-distant future, instead of buying manufactured food items at the store, you may instead just “print” them right in your own kitchen. The technology is called “food fabrication,” and it allows you…

False Foundations of Science: Can Vaccine Studies Be Trusted?

By Neil Z. Miller
January 26 – Many “scientific” studies are literally nonsense. This is not a conspiracy theory. For example, the Journal of the American Medical Association [2005;294(2):218–28] published a paper showing that one-third of…

Combination of essential oils halts PMS

By S. L. Baker, features writer
January 26 – When a young woman is moody or bursts into tears easily, it’s not unusual for someone to joke “oh, it must be near her ‘time of the month’.” But if you actually suffer from Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS), the…

Dutch scientists push for bugs to replace meat as food source

By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
January 26 – Arnold van Huis and his research team from Wageningen University in the Netherlands believe that insects and other bugs are more sustainable food source for humans than traditional cows and pigs are, and they…

GMO lies: Deliberate misuse of the term “genetically modified” designed to mislead people

By Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor
January 25 – It’s one of the most common false arguments of GMO pushers: There’s nothing to be worried about with genetically modified foods, they argue, because almost everything is genetically modified, they claim. What…

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Bob Fletcher: U.S. Gov’t Contracting Assassinations to Blackwater/Xe — Anyone missing lately? | Dr. Stanley Monteith: “When is the last time you heard a religious leader in America talk out and say torture is wrong?”

We authorize torture.
We don’t see anything wrong with torture.
When is the last time you heard a religious leader in America
talk out and say torture is wrong?

— Dr. Stanley Monteith
Freedom fighter

From:
Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Radio Liberty,1/24/11

Listen Here

January 26, 2011

HeartQuotes: Vision is Not Enough . . .

Filed under: HeartQuotes — Jeff Fenske @ 5:56 am

“Vision is not enough.
It must be combined with venture.
It is not enough to stare up the steps,
we must step up the stairs.”

– Vaclav Havel

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