Official racism. Reality is so very different from the ‘official’ / MSM narrative / fairy tale – DON’T MISS THIS !

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Official racism is a very important fact to consider, and because it is is based on propaganda, can be easily missed for what it really is. Yet once seen, it is all so clear.

Us and Them - is the sales pitch of supremacists and bomb companies. That is ALL it is.

There is no 'us and them'; that is just a scam to fool you into obedience / subservience / enslavement.

The real schism is that there are real / open-eyed people, and then there are the brainwashed / believers people. Simple as that.

Puppets at the top; puppets at the bottom.

One life, one world, one family.

One has love, or one does not. Real love doesn't have targets; real love is a light that shines in all directions.

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What is more important - life or money (power) ?

Simply believe ? Or be free to see reality ??

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Because it is not about 'me' (that is the scam / fantasy, and a big topic in itself - 'your problems are all your fault', is part of it); it is really about 'WE'.

In China, the people are family. In the West, the people are livestock. And that is the 'threat'.

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Racism is racism is racism. There is NO excuse, no matter how 'official' it is sold to you.

Something like 3 million died in the Vietnam war (not including the carpet bombing of Laos and Cambodia), alone. This is what racism entails. How many times will this lie play out ?

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