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I am convinced that it is going to take the few to solve the problems of the many because the many are simply too damaged psychologically and emotionally from the systemic oppression and media programming that they can not think straight and why they are susceptible to manipulation with emotional identity candy. The system is very good at what it does but I remain hopeful we can overcome the damage the enemy has inflicted on us. It is going to take hard work and commitment.
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