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After Mass Deception and fraud is revealed, you may discover the world is not as you were taught to believe.
The sources of information and the various researchers may not agree with each other, or may not have a conclusion.
This is a open discussion and you are invited to research further and think for yourself.
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ANTARCTIC Treaty System (ATS)
Wouldn’t a few requirements be needed for a breakaway civilization to move to Antarctica?
- Covert Funds
- Advanced Technology
- Treaty or Restricted & Protected Region
Interestingly, the UNITED NATIONS and the international monetary system provides all of those requirements, although we can question if the motive and purpose is for a “Breakaway civilization”.
Yes indeed, the U.N. has it all and more!
The U.N. goes beyond what is required and treats the charted territories in the image (U.N. logo) above as 10 regional groups.
Imagine the known world divided into 10 manageable kingdoms, and an unknown region is restricted and protected.
Progress continues to be made on international cooperation in tax matters. There is important ongoing work in this area in several international forums, including the OECD, the G20 and the United Nations system. Some steps have been taken, for example, against base erosion and profit-shifting, and towards developing a widely applicable system of automatic exchange of tax information between countries. In all areas of international tax cooperation, it will be critically important to ensure that the developing world, and in particular the poorest countries, are able to participate in, and benefit from, new developments. Domestic resource mobilization will be central to raising resources to finance sustainable development. Measures which aim to support the developing world in mobilising more domestic resources for development, such as through capacity-building, are critically important and have high development paybacks.
Timely implementation of the 2010 IMF quota and governance reforms would have been an important first step towards bolstering the credibility, legitimacy and effectiveness of the institution.
Rapid adoption of the 2010 IMF reforms will pave the way for the next round of quota and voice reforms. Successful completion of further reforms will boost the coherence and stability of the global financial system. Additionally, United Nations Member States agreed in April 2010 that the next round of World Bank governance reforms in 2015 should move the institution towards equitable voting power and protect the voting power of the smallest poor countries. Agreement should be reached on these reforms in a timely fashion.
It also is crucial to enhance international policy coordination and cooperation in the global efforts to promote sustainable development.
The United Nations Member States are formulating an ambitious and transformative post-2015 development agenda. –UNITED NATIONS (global economic outlook 2015)
Note this about the UNITED NATIONS:
- Antarctic Treaty System (designated a restricted and protected territory)
- Created a Division of Early Warning and Assessment
- identifying “Emerging Environmental Threats”
- Collaborates with Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF), G20, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), World Bank (WB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), and many other NGOs and government organizations.
Even without evidence of ill-will, these actions and secrecy hints to it.
Waring nations can not reach unanimous peaceful agreements in the known world but miraculously all of them can unanimously agree to peace and protection for a unknown and allegedly uninhabited region!
The inner circle is the arctic circle, but Antarctica is beyond the outer-circle, out there somewhere…
See The Deception
Title: FLAT EARTH CONSPIRACY EXPOSED! Rob Skiba Proves NASA Fakes Photos and Videos
Video re-uploaded 13 Jun 2015 by Josh Peck
Title: Flat Earth: THE ONLY PROOF YOU NEED – NASA HOAX
Video posted 1 Aug 2016 by Antarctic Warrior
Title: NASA SATELLITE LAUNCHED FROM BALLOON NOT ROCKET: BUSTED IN ANTARCTICA
Video edited and re-posted 15 Oct 2016 by James Munder
PLANET VERITAS VIDEO: NA KARA CHANNEL: THERE ARE NO SATELLITES IN SPACE! JUST BALLOONS ABOVE THE FLAT EARTH. HERE’S THE LINK:
Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyeicJTp_ro
Some explorers and researchers have claimed fresh water lakes and green vegetation in Antarctica.
We need more recent evidence, but what is important is that the claims do exist:
Title: The Warm Freshwater Lakes of Antarctica
Video posted 29 Apr 2012 by ORION Our Race Is Our Nation
Title: Man Dies After FINDING The Flat Earth DOME Firmament in Antarctica (NO TRESPASSING) | FE Proof 5 pt3
Video posted 28 Nov 2016 by Feed Your Mind
Why are Billions allegedly spent exploring “space” when no independent exploration of Antarctica exists?
Are independent Antarctic explorers murdered?
Or, are these stories announced to the masses to discourage independent explorers?
Title: PROOF NASA x Antarctic Treaty EXIST to Hide Flat Earth’s DOME Firmament!! | FLAT EARTH PROOF 5 pt1
Video posted 18 Apr 2016 by Feed Your Mind
Title: Occult Science 1.1 – UN Space Connections & Theosophy
Video posted 2 Jan 2017 by schism206
Title: Antarctica Mysteries Are Growing ✅
Video posted 4 Jan 2017 by Alien Secret
*Now obviously suspicions that the globalization system has secrets and deception within it, are based on the evidence that contradicts the official public statements.
Unsolved mysteries invites speculation, but more individuals each day are doubting the official stories.
“The World Is Not What You Were Taught“.
When investigating or researching crimes and mysteries, the advice is to “follow the money“.
Title: Secret Space Program 2015 Conference in 3 minutes
Video posted 26 Oct 2015 by SECRETSPACEPROGRAM
I dismiss claims of space travel and the “Standard” cosmological model of the universe, however evidence and observations reveal that spending from many science research projects have a secret component, as in black budgets and covert funding operations.
One possibility for the massive funds could be for developing underground and under ocean tunnels, transportation for habitats, food production, advanced technology in Antarctica.
Other worlds may remain science fiction, and the “aliens” may be terrestrials from a breakaway civilization or the mythological watchers, giants, angels and demons.
Keep searching for the truth, because the governments are deceiving the world.
Title: Richard Dolan: A Breakaway Civilization
Video posted 8 Feb 2011 by Richard Dolan
Catherine Austin Fitts shares documents about approximately $12 Trillion missing (or stolen) U.S. funds over the decades in what she calls:
“A global financial cabal engineered a fraudulent housing and debt bubble, illegally shifted vast amounts of capital out of the US; and used ‘privatization’ as a form of piracy – a pretext to move government assets to private investors at below-market prices and then shift private liabilities back to government at no cost to the private liability holder Clearly, there was a global financial coup d’etat underway.” ~Catherine Austin Fitts
By Catherine Austin Fitts
We have had several requests to provide links for summaries of what I refer to as the “missing money.”
This was a commentary I wrote during the bailouts to help put what was happening in a global context. We also published several compilations of the bailouts, including Bailout Mo’ Money
I put together a timeline in the 2013 Annual Wrap Up published in January 2014 to show an overall timeline and numbers to help our subscribers understand the numbers I used in various estimates.
I started writing about the missing money in 2000 when my attorney discovered reports of enormous amounts of undocumentable adjustments at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This was a webpage the Solari team used through 2004 to collect stories about money going missing from DOD, HUD and NASA.
This was a website and petition we did in 2003-4 to try to raise awareness.
More recently, I have mentioned money missing from DOD during Fiscal 2015, see Crazy Man Versus Criminal: Cut and Run, Monica Lweinsky II & Real Trouble Ahead
In response to your requests, I will dig in and take a closer look at the 2o15 DOD report and post comments here.
Trillions of dollars are missing from the US government. What’s going on? Where is the money? How could this happen? Where are the checks and balances? How much more has gone missing? What would happen if a corporation failed to pass an audit like this? Or a taxpayer? Who is responsible for this? Would your banks continue to handle your bank account if you behaved like this? Would your investors continue to buy your securities if you behaved like this? Learn more in the articles below.
CBS News coverage of Donald Rumsfeld’s Pentagon speech on September 10, 2001
Watch the YouTube Video
CSPAN coverage of Donald Rumsfeld’s congressional testimony
Watch the YouTube Video
Articles on Catherine Austin Fitts’ Blog:
Billions over Baghdad
by Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele – Vanity Fair
Those Who Blow Whistle on Contractor Fraud in Iraq Face Penalties
Deborah Hastings – AP
“The technology revolution has transformed organizations across the private sector, but not ours, not fully, not yet. We are, as they say, tangled in our anchor chain. Our financial systems are decades old. According to some estimates, we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions. We cannot share information from floor to floor in this building because it’s stored on dozens of technological systems that are inaccessible or incompatible.”
– Remarks as Delivered by Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, The Pentagon, Monday, September 10, 2001
Independent Audit Report – Department of Defense
Re: $1.1 Trillion Missing from DOD
February 26, 2002
Testimony of the Inspector General – Department of Housing & Urban Development
Re: $59 Billion Missing from HUD
March 22, 2000
Discrepancies in America’s Accounts Hide a Black Hole
By Daniel Gros, Financial Times
June 15, 2006
Road to Ruin
by Eric Sprott, Sprott Asset Management
Regarding the $11 Trillion Deficit in the US Government in FY 2004
U.S.’ Missing $Trillions Make Mainstream At Last
Scoop Media’s version of the Chronicle Story with more links added
May 26, 2003
Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Stock Profits
by Catherine Austin Fitts
A case study of two teams each with competing visions for America.
Estimate $3.3 Trillion Missing From U.S. Treasury
by Buddy Grizzard
An excellent overview integrating coverage by key investigative journalists
Where is the Collateral? and So, Where is the Collateral?
A two-part series by Chris Sanders of Sanders Research Associates in London
These articles connect the dots between the missing money, the Where is the Money? litigation, questionable HUD deals, and the impact on the investment community
October 2003 and July 2004
U.S. “Could Be Going Bankrupt”
by Edmund Conway, Economics Editor
Web site documenting the missing money — includes petition, FAQs, Who’s Who … also available in Spanish
Independent News Coverage
The Great “Incompetency” Heist
by Catherine Austin Fitts, Scoop Media
May 17, 2006
US Government “Misplaces” Trillions of Dollars
Anxiety Culture Bulletin News
September 3, 2003
US’ Missing Trillions Make Mainstream At Last
May 26, 2003
On the Money Trail
September 5, 2002
Questions for a Congressman
July 4, 2002
The Myth of the Rule of Law
Sanders Research Associates
Testimony of the HUD Inspector General
House Government Reform
Corporate News Coverage
Auditor Quits with NASA Finances in Chaos
By Arindam Nag and Deborah Zabarenko
May 15, 2004
The War on Waste
Citing “cooked books” at DoD, Rumsfeld on the missing $2.3 trillion, …
January 29, 2002
Military Stashes Covert Millions
St. Petersburg Times
September 28, 2003
‘High Risk’ Finance at the Federal Level
Insight on the News
August 21, 2003
Congressman Kucinich on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’
NPR, June 28, 2003
Pentagon Fights for (Its) Freedom
May 19, 2003
Color Codes: The Deja Vu View Back to Abnormal
San Francisco Chronicle
May 25, 2003
So Much for the Peace Dividend
May 22, 2003
Military waste under fire $1 trillion missing
San Francisco Chronicle
May 18, 2003
HUD’s Financial Woes Continue
Insight, April 18, 2003
HBO The Sopranos: “Watching Too Much Television” (Scamming the Feds)
Sopranos Episode 46
Brian lays out a way to use bogus real estate deals to con money out of the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development…
November 1, 2002
US Treasury Web Site Reveals $ Half-Trillion Deficit
May 14, 2002
Government Fails Fiscal Fitness Test
Insight on the News
April 29, 2002
From Insight Magazine’s investigative journalist Kelly O’Meara
Treasury Checks and Unbalances
April 14, 2004
The 2003 financial statements mark the seventh year in a row that the federal government could not audit, let alone balance, its books…
Is the US Going for Broke?
July 14, 2003
‘High Risk’ Finance at the Federal Level August 21, 2003
The US Government reports that its financial management systems are seriously unreliable…
HUD’s Financial Woes Continue
April 18, 2003
Government Fails Fiscal Fitness Test
April 29, 2002
This article cites both the $1.1 Trillion and the $59 Billion…
All That Glitters Is Not Gold
What Does It Take to Lose a Contract?
Cuomo leaves HUD in Shambles
Inside HUD’s Financial Fiasco
A Financial Fiasco is in the Making
Rumsfeld Inherits Financial Mess
Total Lack of Trust
Bureaucrats Circle Their Wagons
Why is $59 Billion Missing from HUD?
- Department of Treasury
- Department of Treasury — Internal Revenue Service
- HUD Office of Inspector General
- DOD Office of Inspector General
DOD News Articles:
- Reforming Financial Management System Can Save Big
American Forces Press, Department of Defense, April 3, 2002
- Remarks as Delivered by Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld
The Pentagon, September 10, 2001
- Zakheim Seeks To Corral, Reconcile ‘Lost’ Spending
American Forces Press, Department of Defense, February 20, 2002
- Testimony before the House Budget Committee on the FY 2002 Defense Budget
As Given by Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz and Comptroller Dov Zakheim, Cannon House Office Building, American Forces Press, Department of Defense, July 11, 2001
- House Committee on Government Reform,
Government Management, Finance & Accountability SubcommitteeWikipedia on House Committee on Government Reform
- Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs
- Senate Government Affairs Thompson Report
— Government at the Brink, Vol. 1
— Government at the Brink, Vol. 2
- House Appropriations
- Senate Appropriations
- Congressional Audit, Evaluation and Investigation:
General Accountability Office (GAO)
Case Examples of Missing Money
Where is the Money? Litigation
Ervin & Associates and the US Government shut down Hamilton Securities after it developed software for citizens to learn about HUD spending by place, seized the software, bankrupted the company, and never produced any evidence of wrongdoing … see http://www.dunwalke.com/gideon/
Tennessee’s Get Our Money Back Campaign — 2002
Includes: The Story of the Missing Money; A State by State Breakdown of What the Missing Money is Costing You and Your Family; Questions to Congressman Van Hilleary (R-Tenn.) on Actions a Congressman Could Take to Get Our Money Back
1. Lockheed Martin
Federal Lawsuit Adds to AMS Woes Company Also Faces Trouble in Ohio, Vermont
A Taxing Dilemma by John Berlau
IRS Boss Snagged a Clinton Waiver by John Berlau
News Alert: Eizenstat Explains Why He Gave Waiver to IRS Commissioner by John Berlau
How Can Rossotti Reform the IRS?
News Alert: Grassley Questions Rossotti’s Ties to AMS by John Berlau
Rossotti Hires Raise Red Flags
CSC DynCorp & the Economics of Lawlessness
The Real Deal about Enron — An Interview with Catherine Austin Fitts by Daniel Armstrong
6. The Carlyle Group
Carlyle’s Way — Making a mint inside “the iron triangle” of defense, government and industry by Dan Briody
January 8, 2002
Missing Money in Iraq
Iraq Audit Can’t Find Billions
Boston Globe, October 2004
US Probes $100 Million Missing in Iraq
MSNBC, May 2005
So, Mr. Bremer, Where Did All the Money Go?
The Guardian, July 2005
Billions Wasted in Iraq
CBS News, February 2006
Iraq’s Missing Billions (video)
Journeyman Pictures, March 2006
Halliburton Watch: US Mismanaged $8.8 Billion in Iraqi Funds, August 2004
Iraq Revenue Watch: Reports & Briefings
Open Society Institute, December 2004
The Not So Strange Case of Phillip Merrill
Joe Quinn, Signs of the Times, June 2006
Balancing Our Bank Book: The Missing $9 Billion and More (Windows Media Audio; PDF Transcript )
Rep. Cynthia McKinney, June 2006
Those Who Blow Whistle on Contractor Fraud in Iraq Face Penalties
Deborah Hastings, Associated Press, August 2007
A ‘Fraud’ Bigger Than Madoff
Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, February 2009
All That Glitters Is Not Gold by Kelly O’Meara, March 2002
Is a Silver Scandal on the Horizon? by Kelly O’Meara, March 2004
From Kelly O’Meara ~ Treasury Checks and Unbalances April 2004
Robert E. Rubin, 1997, Unauditable
“We believe that the publication of these audited statements is an important step in providing American citizens with more information about the operations of their government.”
Robert E. Rubin, 1998, Unauditable
“We believe that the publication of this financial report is an important step in providing the AMerican public with useful information about their government’s assets, liabilities and operations.”
Lawrence H. Summers, 1999, Unauditable
“We are committed to producing and reporting financial information that meets the highest standards of integrity and to provide to the American people the accountability and professionalism they expect from their government.”
Paul H. O’Neill, 2000, Unauditable
“I am committed to producing and reporting financial information that meets the highest standards of integrity and to provide the American people the accountability and professionalism that they expect from the government.”
Paul H. O’Neill, 2001, Unauditable
“I believe that the American people deserve the highest standards of accountability and professionalism from their government, and I will not rest until we achieve them.”
John W. Snow, 2002, Unauditable
“I intend to continue the commitment to producing and reporting financial information that meets the highest standards of integrity and to provide the American people the accountability and professionalism that they expect from their government.”
We thought we would dig out the data to update Bloomberg’s calculation of November 2008 that totaled the bank bailouts at $8.5 trillion.
Here is our list of additional commitments:
I. $750 Billion for Bank Bailout
There is reportedly $750B in the President’s 2010 FY budget for “the banks.” An MSNBC article on 2/26/08 [http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29415050/] quotes Treasury Secretary Geithner as saying this is merely a “placeholder” in case of further deterioration of the economy and indicates the purpose of such funds would be further purchases of troubled assets. CBO scoring of this budget item results in a net expenditure estimate of $250B (meaning that, based upon the quality of assets purchased in the TARP program so far, the government would recover $.78 for every asset purchase dollar). OMB’s recovery estimate is a more conservative $.66 for each purchase dollar. Of course, this is not a final number until appropriated by Congress, and many changes will be made to the budget before it is final.
II. $787 Billion for the Stimulus Package, adopted by Congress as part of the American Recovery and Relief Act of 2009.
III. $1 Trillion for the Financial Stability Plan:
- $500B has been deposited into a Stability Trust.
- $500B – $1 Trillion is set for later deposit into a Public/Private Investment Fund.
The government’s fact sheet does not make clear whether the whole amount is public investment, however, as some press reports would seem to imply. Treasury Secretary Geithner’s speech as reported in the Washington Post seems to indicate that $1T is the total available to lend, so that amount would also include the private money being “leveraged.” This interpretation would be consistent with the $500B figure reported by the New York Times as the amount of the bailout related to the Public/Private Investment Fund.
IV. TALF – funded from TARP
On March 3, 2009, Treasury and the Federal Reserve announced the creation of the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Fund (“TALF”) “designed to catalyze the securitization markets by providing financing to investors to support their purchases of certain AAA-rated asset-backed securities” as a “component” of the Consumer and Business Lending Initiative (“CBLI”), which is established under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. This seems to indicate the government component of this facility would be funded with TARP funds. The Treasury press release states that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will lend up to $200B to eligible owners of AAA asset-backed securities secured by auto, student, credit cared and SBA-guaranteed small business loans. CBLI guidelines provide that the government’s investment comes in the form of a Treasury investment in special purpose vehicles of Federal Reserve banks (like TALF). Notably, it also states that TALF was formed “to purchase collateral that borrowers from the SPV may forfeit” and that Treasury will share in the gains and losses of the SPV.
V. Exchange Stabilization Fund – Fed liabilities for money market fund losses – potential $46 – $50 Billion reduction in bail-out costs as reported by Bloomberg
According to the U.S. Treasury website, the $50B facility at Exchange Stabilization Fund to cover potential losses at money market funds only lasts (as extended) until April 30, 2009 unless the facility is extended again. Statements on the site seem to anticipate that Treasury probably will not extend it. Assuming there are no additional money market fund claims for losses, $46B would be SUBTRACTED from the Bloomberg list after April 30, 2009. [NOTE: The Bloomberg chart shows $50B under Treasury programs, Treasury Exchange Stabilization Fund with the description “buys and sells short-term notes to moderate fluctuations of foreign securities” and a $540B commitment ($0 tapped) by the Fed described as “buys financial assets from financial companies to bolster money-market mutual funds.” Recall earlier that the bailout chart offered by the New York Times in early February shows that Treasury spent $4B to cover losses on the liquidation of the Reserve US Government Fund. If the NYT account is accurate, ESF and not the Fed took this loss.]
VI. $2.274 Trillion Fed overnight lending facility
According to the New York Times, the Fed’s overnight lending was expanded to $2.4T. The Bloomberg chart seems to be counting $128B in that category — $10B under “overnight loans” and $118M under “secondary credit.
VII. $50 Billion More for Citigroup
On Friday, February 27, the government announced a conversion of $25B of Citigroup preferred stock into common stock, resulting in a 38% government stake in Citigroup. Reportedly, there is no additional cash infusion, but, according to the Option ARMageddon site:
“The move is an acknowledgment that more than $50 billion in government capital and a backstop on more than $300 billion in troubled Citigroup assets haven’t been enough to stop the bank’s slide.”
VIII. $ 50 Billion Additional AIG bailout [see: Federal Reserve Press Release]
The AIG bailout (originally, all in the form of an $85B line of credit for an 80% stake in the company) grew, but by how much is not clear. The Bloomberg chart indicates that $123B was committed by the Fed and $87B was actually taken down [all other sources refer to an $85B line of credit, so Bloomberg either knows something no one else does, or this is a mistake].
On March 3, CNN’s online site reported as follows:
“The U.S. government’s role as a savior to AIG began in September, with a two- year, $85 billion credit line. Since then, it has grown; currently, the government is offering up to $173.3 billion in assistance.”
This $173.3B appears to include the original $85B.
The Wall Street Journal [http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123599072033008283.html] reports the following sequence of events [March 3]:
“The bailout of AIG has gotten bigger, and taxpayers have taken on more risk:
- Sept. 16: The government extends AIG a two-year loan of up to $85 billion, and gets a 79.9% stake in return.
- Oct. 8: Bailout loans increase to nearly $123 billion due to problems in AIG’s securities-lending program.
- Nov. 9: The rescue package increases to $150 billion, including a new $40 billion federal investment.
- March 1: The government makes $30 billion in TARP money available and cuts the loans to up to $25 billion.”
It is not clear what the “$40B federal investment” is. The Fed’s website says that the government exchanged its $40B cumulative preferred shares in AIG for new preferred shares that more closely resemble common equity, so it is likely there is no “new” $40B investment. The reduction of the “government” loans to $25B is actually a reduction of the $60B revolving credit facility put up by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, not the government, so, essentially, the government’s commitment of TARP funds reduces the obligation of FRBNY. The Fed website [http://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/press/other/20090302a.htm] discloses that FRBNY holds a lien on a substantial portion of AIG assets as well as preferred stock in two new entities formed to hold all of the stock of two life insurance holding company subsidiaries of AIG (valued at $26B). The lien position means that the FRBNY has a superior position to that of Treasury as equity holder.
A third update on Bloomberg on March 3 reports:
“AIG is getting as much as $30 billion in new government capital and relaxed terms on its bailout announced yesterday.”
In a March 2 article, Reuters reports that the government’s exposure following the new bailout terms is $163B. On March 8, the International Herald Tribune, apparently using Reuters as a source, pegs the exposure at $160B. Other headlines in the first week of March report that Senate leaders grilled regulators about the “$180B AIG Bailout”.
Note: Bloomberg originally reported that the initial line of credit was backed by Treasury, but no other reports on the increased commitments mention a Treasury back-up. One thing is clear: the blurring of the distinctions between the interests of the “government” and of the FRBNY in the press and the failure of the press to give accurate, complete and critical accounts of the AIG bailout terms, including the superior position of FRBNY to that of Treasury, has left the taxpayers largely in the dark.
IX. $470 Billion Proposed increase in authority of FDIC to borrow from Treasury:
On March 3, Senator Dodd introduced a bill to expand FDIC’s line of credit with Treasury from $30B to $500B until the end of 2010. End-of-2008 reserves at FDIC were only $19B. The new borrowing authority would be limited to $100B unless consent of FDIC, Treasury Secretary Geithner, the Federal Reserve Board and the White House have been obtained.
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Tracking the $700 Billion Bailout
The New York Times (02 March 09)
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