Archive for February, 2009

Chris Martenson – The Crash Course – The End of Money – (PBS) 38m05s – Feb 14, 2009

Attended a talk today by Dr Choo Peng Yi about Peak oil. Hope to put a post about it soon. From the talk, I got to hear of Chris Martenson. His site has a series of chapters trying to educate people about the state of the planet, and he does it in reasonably holistic terms (but no religious element – but I guess some people may have previously been turned off from this kind of ‘you must start preparing for bad times‘ kind of messages, if it is discussed in religious terms – which is a pity because it might lead to more people suffering as a result – so perhaps the absence of a religious element here may serve some function – P.S. I don’t have a clue about Chris’s views on religion – but I can definately say he cares grately about his fellow man) .  In addition to the edu-films on his site, on Googling him, I came across the video below which I think may be useful:


http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7406937111575905756 (38 mins)

I don’t necessarily agree with ALL that Chris says, however I think I’d probably agree with the great majority of what he says, but he talks a great deal of sense. His appeal for community empowerment and unity at the end is IMO, the only way we can minimise what will be a very dangerous period of time in the next few coming years as the end of the age of cheap oil begins to kick in which I think has been compoiunded with the fundamental change in monetary system that the economic collapse has caused.

If socitey does become hostile, from a purely selfish point of view, your chanches of miniminising the danger to yourself comes from a strong community which helps each other. If you horde food and take pot shots at your neighbours you’re going to sign your own death warrant.

If you think I sound crazy, look at it like this. As Chris says in Chapter 20 of his ‘Crash Course’ series on his website, if the societal crash doesn’t happen, whats the worst that happened as a result for you taking som steps

Really, you should have started to think about these issues last year! But there is still time to make the necessary plans. 

Here’s another reasonable video:

The Crisis of Credit Visualized – Part 1 – 7m32s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0zEXdDO5JU

 and

Credit Crisis Visualized Part 2 – 3m44s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38BmwOSmzsc

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Fascist Hazel Blears lets slip her mask once again.

NeoFascist Hazel Blears – a political insult BTW, not a personal one, like so many of her NeoFascist colleagues, unmasks her stupid infantile perceptions, predjuice and sheer biggotry by telling people they should be more willing to challenge ideas that conflict with core British values.

 

To which I ask Ms. Blears:

 

What is a core British value?

 

And if she did manage to identify one, I wonder how she would answer the question that naturally follows from that:

 

By whose authority is that identification of a “core British value” valid?

 

Is it the Monarch? Sorry Elizardbeth, I don’t grant you any authority over my life, so Ms. Blears try again. Is it Parliament? Well I have to say I feel no compulsion to recognise the rather toxic pronouncements that come from that place either. There is no way I’m going to lend my support to a body that has for centuries massacred, raped, pillaged and plundered its way across the planet. What’s more is I really don’t think parliament has codified what “core British values” are – Wonder why on earth that is???   So sorry Haze babes, try again.

 

Perhaps the Magna Carta is the closest thing to try to forge a statement of British values, but then the overpaid murdering scumbag MP’s do a rather splendid job of actually persuing an agenga which is just about as far removed from the principles that the magna carta contains as you can get.

 

The problem with bigoted swine like Blears (that’s still a political insult) is that when they talk about Britishness, what tardy little ideas they have in their shrivelled brains, is a homogeneous white perception of Britishness which is what PEOPLE LIKE BLEARS WANT this phoney Britishness to be .

 

That’s right folks, these scumbags are trying to project THEIR IDEALS OF BRITISHNESS upon the likes of you and me – without having the hastle of defining them. It’s really White racism. Lets see if I’m wrong. Let Hazel explain her Britishness and let us do a frequency analysis of whether those concepts impinge upon whites or non-whites. Before you do your analysis, write down on a piece of paper the predicted %.

 

I know what numbers are written on my paper.

 

Now it may well be that you support war criminal Ms. Blears. I guess to a large degree that’s your undeniable right. but I don’t and I dare say there are millions of other Brits who don’t support such racism either.

 

And of course if you read the BBC article (liked to above) it’s not long before you see exactly what Ms. Blears is going about – Its about drum roll….. MUSLIMS.

 

And actually, it appears as if its the BBC which is taking an anti-Islamic verbal deluge from Ms. Blears and trying to make it look more presentable, by dressing it up into a ‘Britishness issue’. Who’d have thought the BBC would do such a thing?

 

Blears rabbits on about arranged marriage as if it’s a threat to her perceptions of Britishness. *cough* *cough*. Heard the expression given enough rope… ? Well Hazel, you racist and Islamophobe, arranged marriage in “royal” households is pretty well established, as are in other “upper” tiers of the British “hierarchy”. Not only that, I’m pretty sure I’ve heard tales from the ordinary folk who recounted from times past, that arranged marriages were also not alien to the lives of British people.

 

So Ms. Blears, because I don’t share your values, am I less British than you? See Ms. Blears? Your behaving like an infantile fool, a stooge determined to further the War OF Terror, pushing as best you can the UK towards an even more Ziocentric alignment. This outburst is just the latest push.

 

Piece of trash Blears (still being politically insulting!) then says “people were afraid to put up Christmas decorations because they believed they would offend different faiths” – WHAT??? Who is afraid to put up Christmas lights? I’d rather think the people you are seeking to marginalise – largely the Muslims, would support the right of anyone to celebrate Christmas – if they so wished. Tell me Ms. Blearz, what the hell have you been drinking? Come on, reveal the cases where people were afraid to put up Christmas lights? Surely you are not just making up this BS are you Ms. Blearzz?

 

Of course, it’s cannot be that people for reasons other than fear of Muslims etc. This story must be a figment of my imagination dear Hazel…

 

Wirral council refuses to pay for Christmas lights. Oh wait a minute, Wirral council. Hummm…. A  NeoLabour/Lib dem coalition headed by NeoLabour party member Steve Foulkes…


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and buddy Wirral Council Chief Executive Steve Maddox

 

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who together, head the NeoLabour/Lib dem coalition, a fine set of officials to following what the people want. And giving the people what they want is of course, in keeping with core British tradition.

 

 

 

P.S. Steve Maddox the Chief Executive of Wirral council, holds that title but wasn’t, as far as I can tell, elected by the people of Wirral. Is this kind of anti-democratic posting yet another ‘core British Value’ Ms. Blears you politically stupid sausage.

 

This story is a figment of my imagine too I guess… Luton “bans people from celebrating Christmas” care of Mr. David George Franks Liberal Democrat of Luton Borough Council…

 

 

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And it’s safe to say that Journalists who ‘report’ people Mr. Franks did such bizzare acts, supposedly out of fear of offending people, arn’t simply making things up either. Perish the thought. Journalists never do such things! These journalists and even Mr. Franks, could, like Blears, easily prove this as doubtlessly they have a dossier on people who would be offended by the practice of Christmas, and people like the ones getting amention in this post arn’t simply manufacturing a crisis(?) resulting in a certain section of the British society getting the blame for all this i.e….  errrmmmm….. let me see…certainly not advocate of infantacide Melanie Phillips – that’s for sure! 

 

 Wait a minute, Blears, Foulkes, Maddox, Franks….am I spotting a pattern here of people that “undermining” core British values… Heaven help me, I can’t quite place my finger on it.

 

Ms. Blears:

 

I accuse you of being of the ilk that destroy British society. Your parliamentary record speaks volumes…

 

How Hazel Blears voted on key issues since 2001: 

Has never voted on a transparent Parliament.

Voted moderately for introducing a smoking ban.

Voted strongly for introducing ID cards.

Voted very strongly for introducing foundation hospitals.

Voted strongly for introducing student top-up fees.

Voted very strongly for Labour’s anti-terrorism [sic] laws.

Voted very strongly for the Iraq war.

Voted very strongly against an investigation into the Iraq war.

Voted very strongly for replacing Trident.

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/hazel_blears/salford

 

And of course, it is people like you Ms Blears, who attack the desires and principles some ashamedly British people like myself value; such as peace, privacy, anti-corporatism, anti-usury, fairness, kindness, AFTER you wage your bloodlust in countries like Iraq. You want your death spell to go unanswered don’t you Ms. Blears.

 

Don’t you hear the death screams of the people you voted to murder Ms. Blears?

 

So do me a favour HAze…

 

Don’t you dare lecture me, or anyone else come to that, on ‘core British values’ and try to put the blame on Muslims (a growing number of whom are white – does that scare you Ms. Blears, I rather suspect it does) or any other minority group you think has political mileage in attacking.

 

You are a racist Islamophobic killer Ms. Blears.

 

Is that Satan throwing another log on the fire? I don’t think he’s doing it for toasted marshmallows.

 

Further reading: Don’t look now, Hazel Blears, neoLabour MP’s pre-parliamentary career exposed

 

 

 

Zionism, the Media, Palestine, God, Good and Evil

“I think the BBC is [a] far more political organisation {than other TV media outlets} and far more sensitive to establishment needs, of which Israel is one.” – John Pilger Interview with Alan Hart Re: Palestine Zionism and the Media. An interview made for www.presstv.ir

Palestine – Alan Hart with John Pilger (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7FvO7X7HMA

Palestine – Alan Hart with John Pilger (part 2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B88XpXdBUEw

Palestine – Alan Hart with John Pilger (part 3)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNXXpZSKWEU

My own research leads me to believe Zionism originates from the Khazar, white European non-Semitic(!) “Jews” – which have been said to make over 80% of Jews. (Ted Pike, The other Israel) and is strongly associated with the Talmud (Therefore the first diaspora to Babylon, and even as far back as the rebelliousness against Moses) and the Kabala. I don’t currently believe Zionism sprung forth in Europe in the late 19th Century as many anti-Zionists seem to think.

In other words, I respect to a very high degree, the opinions of works of anti-Zionists, but I don’t necessarily agree with one or two of their opinions on the matter.

My overall belief is that the whole history of man involves a struggle: Do we follow God or do we follow the Devil – that element of fire that literally AND symbolically chose to defy God by not bowing to the creation of man. This struggle will always be part of man. It will and does appear in a number of guises. The creation of Zionism is but one. A significant one yes, but just one nonetheless. Zionism and the Rabbinical distortions by the Talmud (the Talmud claims to supersede ALL other Jewish religious laws) which it is based on, is the result of that evil trying to pull the Jews away from the devotion of God.

As for the Christian church, well there are loads of writings about the deliberate deviation from the teachings of Jesus which have become embedded in Christianity.

As for Muslims, the miserable and utterly pathetic Muslim “Leadership” and the imposition of Riba monetary systems, is the manifestation of that evil trying to destroy Muslims devotion from God, but I have to say, the largest group that are closer to God are the Muslims – not least as their Divine scriptures are untouched by distortion and fabrication – it’s just that many Muslims don’t follow it particularly well)

Thankfully, there are Jews(e.g. Messianic Jews), Christians and Muslims who understand and reject the Satanic plots to pull them away from The One, The Creator. The inherent arrogance of Shaytan blinds him as to the futility of his quest, boyed on by what will only ever be partial success, such is his folly.

Jonathan Elinoff – coreofcorruption.com

http://www.coreofcorruption.com.

This from a commentator on Nafeez’s site:

Nice to see regular commentary appearing here again Nafeez, after a couple of periods where I suspect you were one busy dude!

It’s too early to tell but I recommend you check out the preview film site http://www.coreofcorruption.com – a researcher there called Jonathan Elinoff has announced a 5-film (!) series on 9/11, BCCI, deep politics, the drug war, the JFK assassination and all the various threads. I have my hopes up for this as I’ve gathered that Elinoff (based on hearing his interviews and hearing others talk about him secondhand) is a very solid researcher. Cynthia McKinney posts a message of support on the site but it’s obvious she hasn’t watched the films just yet. The first installment is due out in about a month.

I’m posting it here so I don’t forget and to alert you to what seems like a interesting set of investigative movie. Those issues are of course interconnected to various extents.

 

 

I wanna bank…

I wanna bank that doesn’t lend money on interest.

A bank that the depositors have a major say in the banks decisions.

Whare a universal and reasonable limit is put on any large investors – for a fair change. why not!

I want a bank to facilitate transitions using gold and silver as money.

I want the bank to employ house building craftsmen to build good and affordable housing (or better perhaps: renovation)

It may probably help if house buyers agreed to pay their salary into the banks account.

I want the government to pay this bank because of the community service it provides.

I want the bank to have a role in the financial matters of the small businesses it sets up, providing expertise and advice.

I want the bank to be a shareholder in the companies it establishes.

I don’t want the bank to engage in fractional reserve banking.

I don’t want the bank to lend or invest in fraudulent or oppressive industries.

I don’t want a bank that finances state sponsored terrorism.

I don’t want a bank that makes no more profit than is needed to pay it’s employees a decent wage.

Why can’t I have such a bank?

 

Binyam Mohamed – Guantanamo victim of US and UK torture is released.

The US and UK habitually lie about their involvement in torture and kidnapping leading to torture (extraordinary rendition as it’s called). Their lies are utterly offensive to even the most simple observer of the news.

But the US and UK have ALWAYS lied about virtually all of the nasty things they have been involved with for over 100 years. Their lies have gotten so bad and so common that now, when I hear a government press statement, I automatically ‘reverse’ what they are saying and arrive much closer to the truth on many occasions.

Even today the pro-Zionist British Foreign Secretary (arguably the UK’s third-most powerful politician) who claims to be Jewish, said:

“The government abhors torture and does not order or condone it”source

A total lie of course. Lets do the ‘reverse’ exercise to get at the truth…

“The [British] government loves torture, and can’t practice it enough!” – David Milliband, decoded.


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Pic from David Icke’s website

 

The former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Mr. Craig Murray, was sacked because he spoke out against torture and Britain’s involvement in it. And it’s not just on the torture issue where the Brits spout their evil lies. Here’s some more lies, exposed by my favourite journalist John Pilger, about the nightmare of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.

“I confirm,” Thatcher wrote to opposition leader Neil Kinnock, “that there is no British government involvement of any kind in training, equipping or co-operating with Khmer Rouge forces or those allied to them.” The lie was breathtaking.On June 25, 1991, the Major government was forced to admit to parliament that the SAS had been secretly training the “coalition”. source

I propose a new set of encyclopedia: “Encyclopedia ‘Lie Britannicia’ – one thing’s for sure the amount of material would in all likelihood fill numerous volumes.

It is a never ending source of deep frustration and anger that British people continue to support the wholly rotten establishment of British power (including that of the slimy Monarchy).

But lets get back to the torture issue. Binyam Mohamed was a victim of Guantanamo Bay torture prison, and is one of the latest people released – just a few days ago – and tells his story via his lawyer. Guantanamo Bay is of course, the prison which this very day is still torturing its captives, in defiance of anything remotely associated with humanistic values…. Thanks to Information Clearing House for reprinting this article…

 

 Worse Than My Darkest Nightmare

As I gain my freedom, I am determined that neither those who remain in detention, nor their abusers, are forgotten past.”

By Binyam Mohamed
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February 24, 2009 “The Guardian” – – I hope you will understand that after everything I have been through, I am neither physically nor mentally capable of facing the media on the moment of my arrival back to Britain. Please forgive me if I make a simple statement through my lawyer. I hope to be able to do better in days to come, when I am on the road to recovery.

I have been through an experience that I never thought to encounter in my darkest nightmares. Before this ordeal, “torture” was an abstract word to me. I could never have imagined that I would be its victim. It is still difficult for me to believe that I was abducted, hauled from one country to the next, and tortured in medieval ways – all orchestrated by the United States government.

While I want to recover, and put it all as far in my past as I can, I also know I have an obligation to the people who still remain in those torture chambers. My own despair was greatest when I thought that everyone had abandoned me. I have a duty to make sure that nobody else is forgotten.

I am grateful that, in the end, I was not simply left to my fate. I am grateful to my lawyers and other staff at Reprieve, and to Lt Col Yvonne Bradley, who fought for my freedom. I am grateful to the members of the British Foreign Office who worked for my release. And I want to thank people around Britain who wrote to me in Guantánamo Bay to keep my spirits up, as well as to the members of the media who tried to make sure that the world knew what was going on. I know I would not be home in Britain today, if it were not for everyone’s support. Indeed, I might not be alive at all.

I wish I could say that it is all over, but it is not. There are still 241 Muslim prisoners in Guantánamo. Many have long since been cleared even by the US military, yet cannot go anywhere as they face persecution. For example, Ahmed bel Bacha lived here in Britain, and desperately needs a home. Then there are thousands of other prisoners held by the US elsewhere around the world, with no charges, and without access to their families.

And I have to say, more in sadness than in anger, that many have been complicit in my own horrors over the past seven years {lwtc247’s emphasis}. For myself, the very worst moment came when I realised in Morocco that the people who were torturing me were receiving questions and materials from British intelligence. I had met with British intelligence in Pakistan. I had been open with them. Yet the very people who I had hoped would come to my rescue, I later realised, had allied themselves with my abusers.

I am not asking for vengeance; only that the truth should be made known, so that nobody in the future should have to endure what I have endured. Thank you.

This is the statement issued by Binyam Mohamed on his return to the UK.
Specifically, this article appears at Information Clearing House HERE.

Related articles fast vanishing from the state propaganda organisation (BBC):

Release Binyam torture data – MP
15:41 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7907129.stm

Guantanamo debate occupies papers
05:53 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7907060.stm

Guantanamo agents ‘used torture’
16:40 GMT, Wednesday, 14 January 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7828126.stm

Guantanamo ex-prisoner detained ( – Adding insunt to injury – lwtc247)
22:38 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7909137.stm

Straw vetoes Iraq minutes release
19:17 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/7907991.stm

Binyam Mohamed touches down in UK( – Inc brief words by Moazzam Baig – another victim of USUK torture – and inocent of course of anything wrong.)
Monday, 23 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7906129.stm

That Nuclear Issue again

Today I had the opportunity to hear a talk by Professor Philippe Quentin of the Nuclear Study Center of Bordeaux-Gradignan, Bordeaux 1 University. Although the professor was pro-nuclear, it was refreshing to hear some honesty on the subject.  He was speaking at the Department of Physics in University Malaya.

The biggest problem Prof Quentin identified, was the long-life radio active fission products and daughter nuclei of the fission decay series. The Prof gave some very vague mention of some research that had been done to address the problem, but of course, there is no problem to the nuclear waste issue….

Mu Jaw nearly hit the floor when the Prof’s  chapperone, a gentleman who I presume was a member of the Physics department said

 “There is no nuclear waste, it’s just that we don’t know how to use/deal with the isotopes formed from nuclear processes.” – member of the Physics department, University Malaya  

To use that logic, there isn’t any waste anywhere and will never be any waste ever! That is the kind of silly thing I had become accustomed to and is spoken freely by nuclear advocates. It really is sad that such otherwise intelligent people become so silly because of their passion for nuclear energy. I should say Professor Quentin didn’t say those words, but he didn’t interject or make a correction either, not helping to remove any false perceptions arising as a result. 

Sadly, the old anthropogenic CO2 thingy raised it’s head, and had a couple of slides dedicated to it, including the “correlation” between CO2 and global temp over thousands of years graph. Sadly, no mention of the effect of global temps by the Sun. An accompanying graph showed the CO2 content said to have raised from about 30% – from something like 300 ppm to about 400 ppm (note: approx figures!)

At the end I put forward the following point:

‘Exhaust’ gases from a gas fired station is about 95% (note: cooling tower function) steam with about 5% CO2. {Those were the figures told to me after a plant operative took us on a school tour of an Irish gas-fired powerstation in Co. Cork many moons ago) If we have a nuclear power station instead of a CO2 producing powerstation, that vapour will still be present, and given water vapour is a very much more significant greenhouse gas than CO2, it makes the issue of CO2 a near irrelevance.’

My point wasn’t dealt with properly. The best the Prof. could offer was that that there isn’t a mechanism of removing CO2 from the environment. Which of course lead to me saying ‘yes there is, the oceans absorb huge amounts of CO2″, but the point was just kind of hanging.

Some points were made that why can’t Malaysia have nuclear energy too, like India and Pakistan? There was also an pseudo-politic appeal made like “the (far)West hasn’t any right to stop developing countries embracing nuclear energy.” A daft point really, drawing on an emotive issue – that of western imperialism to garner pro-nuclear support, which is a trivial or non-issue.

Prof Quentin said the French govt (who the French embassy in KL were supporting his trip) was encouraging of countries to go ahead with nuclear energy, and mentioned collaboration with the Vietnamese.

One good point was about the holistic nature of science and the body of ‘nuclear knowledge’ that having a reactor must involve. One student said something like: 

“If we are weak on the envirnomental protection/management aspect of nuclear energy/waste, doesn’t that give a case for not going ahead with a nuclear program”

It was a good point, but I knew how it was would be replied to. The Prof replied saying something like “It’s important to develop that sector too”

At the end I had a chance to mention that Germany (I’ll provide details later) win something like 2023 is set to abandon it’s nuclear energy program, despite it being fully aware of the problems with aquiring other and  sufficient energy sources. I said this in response to some people coming out with the old “there is no other choice” type ‘logic’. The Prof said he disagreed with the German decision and predicted they would have problems later. He pointed to Sweden who had also preciously decared they would shut down their nuclear generators but never actually did do, and I think he said they might have opened new ones.

I tried not to hog the Q session (and look too aggressive – partly in recognition of the Prof’s general sincerity and overall honesty – plus he looked a bit like my Dad so I kept seeing my dearest father standing in front of me) so didn’t mention that something like an institute of German consumer affairs said 20+ power stations could be rendered superfluous if all buildings were made to adopt the standards that new German building standards must adhere to. That is a very large reduction in the amount of power necessity.

I also didn’t put forward these points, but they are very relevant.

1) It’s said we need energy sources to replace the ones that are currently running out. Why? This is saying we want to maintain this lifestyle, in which a significant proportion of energy is spent making super massive profits for globalised corporations, leaving the workers pecking at the crumbs. We should be looking to change lifestyle and design life in to be able to take part in a sustainable and highly energy efficient way, but this isn’t being discussed. There is no merit in continuing this crazy situation.

2) If nuclear advocated were to sign an agreement in which they agreed to clean up any nuclear disaster and decommission nuclear power plants and do the labwork containing and reprocessing waste, I suspect there would be few if any people in favour of nuclear energy. You see, such advocates sit safely in their ivory towers knowing some poor sod will be the one who develops complications due to nuclear power exposure.

3) Energetically speaking, it seems to LOT easier to me to capture CO2 (via point of origin) and trnasform it into non-CO2(g) products (polycarbonates for example – a high strength transparent polymer for use in construction) to remove CO2 from a possible (!) connection with global warming, rather than try and bombard waste with say 1 GeV particles from a cyclotron, or via MOX fuel / 4th Generation stations etc.

The case against nuclear energy still FIRMLY STANDS.

My thanks to UM (and the staff member who I’m sure would realise the folly of his ‘there is no nuclear waste’ statement) and to Prof. Quentin for today. The more honest and accepting approach to the debate is very welcomed shoudl relegate all the pro-nuclear rubbish arguements into the bin where they they firmly belong. I could be persuaded that there is a case for nuclear energy, but that’s still a million miles away.

Endnote:

Curiously(?), the event was billed as “Co-founder of Greenpeace making a case for nuclear [energy]” which is completely wrong, and once again, seems typical of the kind of rubbish pro-nuclear ‘lobby’ droll out in an attempt to inflict their nuclear nightmare upon us all. Add the NIMBY issue to point two above that the prosthelytizers of nuclear energy have the ‘no waste, waste’ buried in their own back garden, et voila, case closed.


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