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[From "I Am The Peasant Revolt"]

It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. I’m not supposed to be sharing the truth with you. They had a specific plan for me, but I figured out what it was and revolted against it[…]
In 1965, a certain demographic in America agitated for a looser immigration law. Historically, most immigrants came from Christian Europe, but the law changed, opening the borders to anybody, including the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. My father was one of the first to benefit[…]My mom immigrated with her entire family[…]
The plan of the regime was simple: culturally sterilize the white population, their greatest threat to power (as clearly evidenced by the recent Canadian truckers’ protest), and replace them with atomized non-European people who will obey any directive to come and reside in the United States to enjoy its first-world comforts. Through the pursuit of their material self-interests, my parents unknowingly consented to this plan[…]Their son abided by this plan and exceeded it to a foul degree[…]
Within history you will find stories of the slave girl catching the eye of a member of the noble class[…]His spawn, sent back to the slum, is obviously smarter than the rest of the slaves[…]This half-breed then speaks for his people[…]How many peasant “half-breeds” are there in America right now, not racially but in socioeconomic class, knowledge, and faith, who were educated in atheist universities[…]
They gave me a degree in microbiology to use in developing vaccines, and I now use that knowledge to forcefully speak out against vaccines. They gave me the internet and computer technology to be programmed by their words[…]
The second I started to speak the truth outside of their Overton window, the regime activated against me. Their peasant was not behaving correctly



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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