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    “Syme had vanished. A morning came, and he was missing from work: a few thoughtless people commented on his absence. On the next day nobody mentioned him. On the third day Winston went into the vestibule of the Records Department to look at the notice-board. One of the notices carried a printed list of the members of the Chess Committee, of whom Syme had been one. It looked almost exactly as it had looked before—nothing had been crossed out—but it was one name shorter. It was enough. Syme had ceased to exist: he had never existed”
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Presidential Commission approved use of Directed Energy Weapons on the populace, experiments

Sinister government experiments currently afoot

(INTELLIHUB) — In the dawn of 2012, many Americans, still left in the dark and unawakened to the fact that their omnipotent government and floundering leaders in Washington would have anything less than the peoples best interest at heart, will now face one of their biggest fears.

Factions within the U.S. Government’s Military Industrial Complex have been and indeed are testing Directed Energy Weapons along with chemical, nuclear and biological agents on the civilian populace.

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Source: Presidential Commission approved use of Directed Energy Weapons on the populace, experiments

Additional info courtesy Renee Pittman Books

https://www.bigbrotherwatchingus.com/technology-approval.html

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