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Certainly not precisely equal however.

But equal enough...equal enough.

 

IBM (in their dark past) colluded with Hitler and his lunatic underlings to provide

ID and other tracking data on those later to be introduced to the death squads

to die.

 

And others besides FeceBook now aid the plans for crushing freedom.


Fascinating planet Earth -- particularly if one's interests are asylums, prisons

and sheep pens.

 

 

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