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  • His hideous ears must represent the eavesdroping spies of the Inquisition who intimidated and stifled the people.

    Alex Jones' Prison 2009

  • C) Americans are like the Germans of the 1933, they want a strong leader ruler), they submit to extensive eavesdroping and spying, and welcome the government control of the media: propaganda.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: November 6, 2006 2006


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