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Writing a news blurb

Hello, I am a medical student at Dalhousie with no criminal record and no history of violence. After filing a human rights lawsuit with the University I have been harassed by law enforcement and they have tried to frame me as a terrorist.

I have had to leave Canada and I am now living under international protection from the government of Ecuador.

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I decided to write a book that I have not published yet regarding what happened to me with supporting written, audio and video evidence. I believe this would be of interest seeing as how they also tried to frame you.

If you would like a free copy send along a hotmail or gmail address and I will ensure you receive a copy. Cabal Times has the full scoop.

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I count myself among those who try their best to be aware of their surroundings, and who try to find answers to the bigger questions of life. Like many idealistic students, I believed I could use my abilities to solve larger human problems, such as war and armed conflict.

Early on, I had become aware of organized criminal groups who were burdening the rest of humanity with relentless war and conflict. They operated from the safety of Western countries but were definitely not affiliated with any particular government, intelligence agency or organization.

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They were organized, and could be considered an organization. But one that is completely undocumented in mainstream media and history texts.

Some authors point at certain formal secret societies. Some call them the Illuminati. I will refer to them here as The Powers That Be. When I enrolled in Dalhousie University in to study History, I chose to use the resources made available to me to further investigate the role of the Powers That Be in modern conflict, in particular, the two World Wars.

I intended to anonymously publish my investigations online. But it soon became clear to me that Dalhousie was not a safe place for such activity. For example, I came across a Professor whose course was designed to brainwash students into believing that global American military intervention was the solution to all crises.

A little investigation revealed that this Professor had ties to private think-tanks, and near-identical courses were being deployed in several Universities across North America. When things would later get ugly at Dalhousie, I had a hard time accepting the fact that I would become a target of the Criminal Elite.

At that time, I had no public life. I had no website and never intended to have one. I had no intention of writing actual books on the Criminal Elite whatsoever. I was just grappling on a personal level, trying to better understand the world I lived in. Yet, even such private inquisitiveness was of such great consternation to them.

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