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North American Union to Replace USA? ("is this the plan?" alert!) ^ | 5/19/2006 | Jerome R. Corsi

Posted on 05/19/2006 6:56:03 AM PDT by Dark Skies

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To: Larousse2
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Snippets: ... A small group of Republican senators, led by Jim Inhofe of land-locked Oklahoma, has blocked American ratification of the treaty, claiming that it would impinge upon U.S. sovereignty. The Bush administration, a majority of the United States Senate, and the Pentagon favor ratification, as do representatives of scientific, international legal scholar, mining, and environmentalist groups.

"The treaty... would put 70 percent of the Earth's surface under the despot-loving, corrupt and unaccountable "governance" of the United Nations." -Oliver North

The arguments against the treaty fall into these main categories:

-National sovereignty: The treaty limits US legal authority by granting power to a United Nations-created agency with its own court and bureaucracy, as part of a general expansion of international power. Ultimately treaty-based laws could be enforced against the US.

-War on terror: The treaty limits US military activities especially relevant to anti-terror operations, such as intelligence collection and submerged travel in coastal waters (Articles 19, 20) and the boarding of ships for anti-terror purposes (Art. 110). Other provisions such as Articles 88 and 301 limit the sea to "peaceful purposes," which is said to restrict all military operations.

-Navigation rights not threatened: One of the treaty's main selling points, legally recognized navigation rights on, over, and under straits, is unnecessary because these rights are not currently threatened by law or by any military capable of opposing the US.

-Redistribution of wealth: The treaty would force the US to pay taxes to the United Nations, further increasing the UN's power.

-Redistribution of technology: The treaty would force US businesses to turn over economically and militarily relevant technology to other countries.

-Undesirable precedent: The treaty paves the way for increased power of Non-governmental organizations over the US and other nations.

1,401 posted on 06/12/2006 10:52:49 PM PDT by MamaDearest
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To: Smartass
Obtaining forged ID'd etc., in Los Angeles was about as bad as it gets. Forgers were, and still are selling their wares within the shadows of city hall, state and federal court houses. They had, and still have stalls setup in McArthur Park on 7th and Avarado street. The LAPD and FBI know all about this, yet, for window dressing, occasionally make a raid. The rest of the time, it's a flurishing tax free, illegal operation!

I read somewhere that applications for passports were down - could it be that what's good enough for the illegals (who don't have to abide by our laws) is good enough for us! If it works for them, isn't it discriminatory that it can't work for us? (sarcasm)

1,402 posted on 06/12/2006 10:58:36 PM PDT by MamaDearest
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To: nicmarlo
***City officials had hoped that the first foreign customhouse on U.S. soil would be built and opened by June, but federal approval has bogged down.***

Do you imagine their motto is "Build it and they will come....?"

1,403 posted on 06/12/2006 11:01:40 PM PDT by MamaDearest
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To: MamaDearest


1,404 posted on 06/13/2006 7:08:03 AM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: Smartass
I wish it never existed, but it is reality.

That's a fact.

1,405 posted on 06/13/2006 9:39:25 AM PDT by nicmarlo
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To: MamaDearest

Thousands of jobs "Americans don't want to do," from practically EVERY field. I thought they were here just to be lettuce pickers.

1,406 posted on 06/13/2006 9:43:00 AM PDT by nicmarlo
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To: MamaDearest
"Build it and they will come....?"

I think more it's like, build the SuperTransnational Corridor and they'll all come.

1,407 posted on 06/13/2006 9:44:28 AM PDT by nicmarlo
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To: MamaDearest
You're right about obtaining passports, the U.S. Department State have cracked down and make it more difficult, as it shouldv'e been all along.   The forging being done in Los Angeles has been going on for well over twenty years, that crossed at least four presidential administrations.   If my memory serves me, local TV had a three part series on it.   It was a no joke serious presentation of the ease of obtaining forged documents of your choosing, right in the heart of Los Angeles.   It was like the forgers were defying local, and federal authority then, and are still doing it now.


1,408 posted on 06/13/2006 12:38:43 PM PDT by Smartass (Vaya con Dios - And forgive us our trash baskets as we forgive those who put trash in our baskets)
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To: MamaDearest; Smartass; nicmarlo

Holey, Moley!

I've been watching the History Channel's series on the early Colonists' fight for Freeedom from England's rule.

I had forgotten that it was "The Sons of Liberty" who dressed up like Mohawk Indians and dumped over 340+ crates of tea into the Boston Harbor, thereby creating the "Boston Tea Party."

Oh, Sons of Liberty, where are you?

1,409 posted on 06/13/2006 1:13:39 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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To: MamaDearest; Smartass; nicmarlo

I read on the State Dept.'s website about 2-3 weeks ago that Pasport applications have really increased.

Could it be from stolen identities?

Are Americans ready to bail?

Your thoughts???

1,410 posted on 06/13/2006 1:20:23 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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To: Smartass; nicmarlo; MamaDearest

Passports are going digital in a couple of years. Also, now you have to apply in person, which did not used to be the case.

1,411 posted on 06/13/2006 1:24:23 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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To: The_Reader_David

You know, that kind of name calling was what they said when I read Gary Allen's "None Dare Call it Conspiracy" back around 1980. I thought the same thing myself at the time.

I went to live in France for a few years and found several Frenchmen who asserted the same things, about secret societies, a cabal of old-monied banking families, fremasons, etc. I thought those guys were crazy too.

Then, as part of my Air Force training, they taught us a class in world affairs that used Cleon Skousen's "The Naked Communist" and the companion volume, "The Naked Capitalist." I bought both books and read them. That led me to read (in a herculean effort) Carroll Quigley's "Tragedy and Hope."

After giving more than 20 years observation, to the assertions of these books, I'd have to say that I don't see anything in modern world affairs that was not predicted with a great deal of accuracy in their pages.

This kind of study and detached observation is not characteristic of your depiction of "conspiracy theorists." The only inaccurate description of world affairs is the term conspiracy, because it does not operate in covert manner in the least. Globalists are open about their plans to bring to pass world federalism. Name calling only serves the purposes of those who seek to subvert your freedom.

I would encourage you to read any of the works I referred to above, however I would advise not waiting 20 years to form an opinion. It may be too late by that time.

If you also would like more current reading on this topic, try reading Henry Kissinger's book "Diplomacy." Get it straight from the horse's mouth.

1,412 posted on 06/13/2006 1:49:35 PM PDT by gregwest
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To: mjolnir

China is a model of the New World Order...a place where markets are free, yet people are not.

1,413 posted on 06/13/2006 2:04:55 PM PDT by gregwest
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To: Larousse2; MamaDearest; Smartass

I just read somewhere the opposite information. (Don't remember where.)

1,414 posted on 06/13/2006 2:10:19 PM PDT by nicmarlo
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In a revealing admission the Director of Resource Management for the U.S. Army confirmed the validity of a memorandum relating to the establishment of a civilian inmate labor program under development by the Department of the Army. The document states, "Enclosed for your review and comment is the draft Army regulation on civilian inmate labor utilization" and the procedure to "establish civilian prison camps on installations." Cherith Chronicle, June 1997.

Civilian internment camps or prison camps, more commonly known as concentration camps, have been the subject of much rumor and speculation during the past few years in America. Several publications have devoted space to the topic and many talk radio programs have dealt with the issue.

However, Congressman Henry Gonzales (D, Texas) clarified the question of the existence of civilian detention camps. In an interview the congressman stated, "the truth is yes - you do have these stand by provisions, and the plans are here...whereby you could, in the name of stopping terrorism...evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention camps."

The concept of mass internment camps was implemented during the decade of the 1930's when the idea was either integrated into national security planning or put to actual use in the world's three socialistic experiments - the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany and the United States under Roosevelt.

On March 9, 1933, Adolph Hitler put his Dachau detention center into operation where thousands of his own countrymen were sent. (Source: Martin Gilber,The Holocaust). Stalin exterminated 7 to 10 million in his rural collectivization program from 1931-1933 and another 10 million in the purges of 1934-1939. It was this decade that the Soviet Gulag proved its worth. On August 24, 1939, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover met with FDR to develop a detention plan for the United States. Five months after this meeting, Hitler opened the Auschwitz detention center in Poland.

On August 3, 1948, J. Edgar Hoover met with Attorney General J. Howard McGrath to form a plan whereby President Truman could suspend constitutional liberties during a national emergency. The plan was code-named "Security Portfolio" and, when activated, it would authorize the FBI to summarily arrest up to 20,000 persons and place them in national security detention camps. Prisoners would not have the right to a court hearing or habeas corpus appeal. Meanwhile, "Security Portfolio" allowed the FBI to develop a watch list of those who would be detained, as well as detailed information on their physical appearance, family, place of work, etc. (David Burnham, Above the Law).

Two years later Congress approved the Internal Security Act of 1950 which contained a provision authorizing an emergency detention plan. Hoover was unhappy with this law because it did not suspend the constitution and it guaranteed the right to a court hearing (habeas corpus). "For two years, while the FBI continued to secretly establish the detention camps and work out detailed seizure plans for thousands of individuals, Hoover kept badgering...[Attorney General McGrath for] official permission to ignore the 1950 law and carry on with the more ferocious 1948 program. On November 25, 1952, the attorney general...caved in to Hoover." ibid.

Congress repealed the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 more than twenty years later in 1971. Seemingly the threat of civilian internment in the United States was over, but not in reality. The Senate held hearings in December, 1975, revealing the ongoing internment plan which had never been terminated. The report, entitled, "Intelligence Activities, Senate Resolution 21", disclosed the covert agenda. In a series of documents, memos and testimony by government informants, the picture emerged of the designs by the federal government to monitor, infiltrate, arrest and incarcerate a potentially large segment of American society.

The Senate report also revealed the existence of the Master Search Warrant (MSW) and the Master Arrest Warrant (MAW) which are currently in force. The MAW document, authorized by the United States Attorney General, directs the head of the FBI to: "Arrest persons whom I deem dangerous to the public peace and safety. These persons are to be detained and confined until further order." The MSW also instructs the FBI Director to "search certain premises where it is believed that there may be found contraband, prohibited articles, or other materials in violation of the Proclamation of the President of the United States." It includes such items as firearms, shortwave radio receiving sets, cameras, propaganda materials, printing presses, mimeograph machines, membership and financial records of organizations or groups that have been declared subversive, or may be hereafter declared subversive by the Attorney General."

Since the Senate hearings in 1975, the steady development of highly specialized surveillance capabilities, combined with the exploding computerized information technologies, have enabled a massive data base of personal information to be developed on millions of unsuspecting American citizens. It is all in place awaiting only a presidential declaration to be enforced by both military and civilian police.

In 1982, President Ronald Reagan issued National Security Directive 58 which empowered Robert McFarlane and Oliver North to use the National Security Council to secretly retrofit FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) to manage the country during a national crisis. The 1984 "REX exercises" simulated civil unrest culminating in a national emergency with a contingency plan for the imprisonment of 400,000 people. REX 84 was so secretive that special metal security doors were installed on the FEMA building's fifth floor, and even long-term officials of the Civil Defense Office were prohibited entry. The ostensible purpose of this exercise was to handle an influx of refugees created by a war in Central America, but a more realistic scenario was the detention of American citizens.

Under "REX" the President could declare a state of emergency, empowering the head of FEMA to take control of the internal infrastructure of the United States and suspend the constitution. The President could invoke executive orders 11000 thru 11004 which would: 1- Draft all citizens into work forces under government supervision. 2- Empower the postmaster to register all men, women and children. 3- Seize all airports and aircraft. 4- Seize all housing and establish forced relocation of citizens.

FEMA, whose black budget comes from the Department of Defense, has worked closely with the Pentagon in an effort to avoid the legal restrictions of Posse Comitatus. While FEMA may not have been directly responsible for these precedent-setting cases, the principle of federal control was seen during the Los Angeles riots in 1992 with the federalization of the National Guard and during the siege at Waco, where Army tanks equipped with flame throwers were involved in the final conflagration.

The Deputy Attorney General of California commented at a conference that anyone who attacks the State, even verbally, becomes a revolutionary and an enemy by definition. Louis Guiffreda, who was head of FEMA, stated that "legitimate violence is integral to our form of government, for it is from this source that we can continue to purge our weaknesses."
U.S. concentration camp?

It is significant to note that the dictionary definition of terrorism - "the calculated use of violence" - corresponds precisely to the government's stated policy of "the use of legitimate violence." One might ask, who are the real terrorists? Guiffreda's remark gives a revealing insight into the thinking of those who have been charged with oversight of the welfare of the citizens in this country. If one's convictions or philosophy does not correspond with the government's agenda, that individual may find himself on the government's enemy list. This makes him a "target" to be "purged" by the use of "legitimate violence."

If one forgets the past, he will not be prepared for the future.

Written 9/8/97

1,415 posted on 06/13/2006 4:43:30 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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To: gregwest

China has only freed up its markets somewhat--- yet I don't think anyone would claim the people of Red China are LESS free than in, say, the seventies. Increased freedom to buy and sell has made China a virtual utopia compared to the hellhole Castro has made out of Cuba, which by all rights should be rich and productive.

But don't be fooled. China is NOT economically free.

Its explosive growth is being driven in large part by foriegn investors who don't want to be left out in the cold when China removes its head out of its ass enough to compete with the U.S. and Japan.

Economic freedom works AGAINST political tyranny, not with it:

That's why Putin stopped listening to the American-style free market conservative Andrei Illarianov and kicked him out. Illarianov's advice, if followed, would have loosened the control of the government via corporatism.

1,416 posted on 06/13/2006 4:50:38 PM PDT by mjolnir ("All great change in America begins at the dinner table.")
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Sorry--- I meant to say Illarianov's advice, if followed, would have loosened the the government's control over the people, which the government currently maintains via corporatism. Obviously, as a free market proponent,Illarianov is against the corporatism of the Putin regime.

1,417 posted on 06/13/2006 5:54:09 PM PDT by mjolnir ("All great change in America begins at the dinner table.")
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To: nicmarlo; Smartass; MamaDearest; Kimberly GG; Calpernia; JustPiper; pissant; All

Bonfire for the Constitution

On June 3, 1994, President Clinton signed Executive Order #12919 gathering together into a single document all the power and authority of a multitude of Executive Orders issued by preceding presidents from John Kennedy on. Recent examination of this Executive Order has brought to light that the consolidation of previous presidential orders deliver unprecedented authority into the hands of the Chief Executive that exceed those powers granted him under the U.S. Constitution.

Incorporated under the aegis of President Clinton's EO #12919 are powers originally claimed by President Kennedy in a series of Executive Orders signed into "law" in February of 1962 which, if invoked, would virtually suspend the greater portion of liberties guaranteed by the United States Constitution.

In Section 3 of Kennedy's original EO #10995 entitled, "ASSIGNING TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS" there is the vague statement, "Such authority shall include the power to amend modify, or revoke frequency assignments." Innocuous as this sounds, it embodies the power of the Chief Executive, in time of "national emergency", to seize control of all radio and other telecommunications.

On the same day that President Kennedy signed EO #10995, he also gave birth to four successive Orders that Clinton included in his EO containing provisions to disable constitutional rights. Executive Order #10997 empowers the Secretary of the Interior to seize all energy production facilities--specifically, "electrical power", "petroleum", "gas", "solid fuels", and "minerals". Section 3, subsection (d) of that order, entitled "Claimancy" states:

Prepare plans to claim materials, manpower, equipment, supplies and services needed in support of assigned responsibilities and other essential functions of the insure availability of such resources in an emergency. [emphasis and supplied]

Note the word "claim" in reference to "materials, manpower, equipment, supplies and services". The legal definition, as supplied by Black's Law Dictionary is, "To demand as one's own or as one's right...means by or through which claimant obtains possession or enjoyment of a privilege or thing. Demand for money or property as of a right...." This means that the government may, upon declaration of a state of local or national emergency, seize any of the above, private or otherwise, including "manpower".

As to what constitutes a national emergency again Black's definition is quite revealing:

"A state of national crisis; a situation demanding immediate and extraordinary national or federal action. Congress has made little or no distinction between a "state of national emergency" and a "state of war." Brown v. Bernstein, D.C.Pa., 49 F.Supp. 728, 732. [emphasis supplied]

EO #10998 places all food resources under authority of the Secretary of Agriculture.

EO #10999 invests the Secretary of Commerce with control over all means of transportation, public and private.

EO #11000 provides for the establishment of manpower resources at the discretion of the Secretary of Labor, with the authority to "claim" services (labor) and involuntary relocation of workers. Collateral authority for this conscription of labor is given in Title 50 app. United States Code, Section 2153 "WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENCE" under the section addressing civilian disposition entitled, "DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT OF 1950" in which is set forth that civilian personnel may be assigned work without regard to payment or reimbursement.

It is important to note that according to the "War and Emergency Powers Act" the United States has legally been under a state of national emergency since its enactment in 1933. It has never been repealed, thus leaving the president with instant powers to suspend the constitution. Most legal scholars and legislators who have studied the matter concur that the War and Emergency Powers Act has, in reality, already suspended the Constitution since the moment the act was signed into law by President Roosevelt. The actual suspension of those consitutional rights awaits only the impetus of a national emergency requiring it.

In 1933 a U.S. Congressman entered the following statement into the Congressional Record:

"I think of all the damnable heresies that have ever been suggested in connection with the Constitution, the doctrine of emergency is the worst. It means that when Congress declares an emergency, there is no Constitution. This means its death. It is the very doctrine that the German chancellor is invoking today in the dying hours of the parliamentary body of the German republic, namely, that because of an emergency, it should grant to the German chancellor absolute power to pass any law, even though the law contradicts the Constitution of the German republic. Chancellor Hitler is at least frank about it. We pay the Constitution lipservice, but the result is the same....the Constitution of the United States, as a restraining influence in keeping the federal government within the carefully prescribed channels of power, is moribund, if not dead."

The introduction to Senate Report 93-549, entered into the Congressional Record forty years later in 1973 states:

"A majority of the people of the United States have lived all their lives under emergency rule....For 40 years, freedoms and governmental procedures guaranteed by the Constitution have, in varying degrees, been abridged by laws brought into force by states of national emergency....And, in the United States, actions taken by the government in times of great crisis have from, at least, the Civil War, in important ways shaped the present phenomenon of a permanent state of national emergency."

Following the introduction the report's opening statement goes on to say:

"Since March the 9th, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency....This vast range of powers, taken together, confer enough authority to rule the country without reference to normal constitutional processes. Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the President may: seize property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication; regulate the operation of private enterprise; restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens."

Not overlooked by those drafting the Constitution was the possible need to address national emergencies. The document contains certain provisions indicating that its signatories conceived of the possibility that some guarantees of personal liberties may, in the national interest, require suspension.

Article 1, Section 9 states: The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion [an internal occurrence] or invasion [external] the public safety require it." This grants the citizen the freedom from imprisonment or detention without due process. The proviso "unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety require it" indicates the necessity to provide for some contingencies that may also carry with them the possibility for abuse. No document of liberty, however, could possibly proscribe all potential for misuse of those liberties without actually eliminating them in the process. It has been said that communism is nothing more than democracy with all potential for abuse legislated out.

As a result of the Executive Orders listed above, in concert with the War and Emergency Powers Act, there exists within the United States a government within a government. It is hidden, semi-covert in nature, and does not recognize the U.S. Constitution or its constraints. It functions autonomously as a form of totalitarian regime in suspended animation, awaiting its time of activation. It is a government driven by presidential Executive Orders to be executed by federal agencies run by non-elected officials.

Executive Orders amount to ready-wired buttons by which the president can suspend constitutional rights at any moment he determines that a "national emergency" exists. The great problem inherent is that no binding legal definition exists as to what constitutes a "national emergency". That definition lies entirely with the Chief Executive. When he declares a state of emergency, the aforementioned documents can be used to activate whatever federal agency is most suited to address the emergency. Those agencies include, but are not limited to, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (BATF), the FBI and the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA)(Homeland Security).

Because this nation is under a continual state of emergency due to the War and Emergency Powers Act, and the Constitution granting somewhat elastic powers of emergency in "cases of rebellion or invasion", the president can circumvent such fundamental protections as the Posse Comatatus Act which forbids the use of the military against U.S. citizens.

This slow motion decay of constitutional rights was not unforeseen by the Founding Fathers. In a letter to Thomas Jefferson, James Madison once wrote, I believe there are more instances of abridgment of freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations...."

The Constitution of the United States of America, once the hub of American law and freedoms, has been moved to the position of the hubcap. It has become merely an ornamental relic that serves no real function other than that of making the American people feel as if the document still matters to those who govern.

It appears that the modern electorate chooses their leaders for the same purpose that they attend a magic show. Their actual desire seems to be that the performer deceive them.

"The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their money; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?" Jer 5:31

Written 6/24/97

1,418 posted on 06/13/2006 6:07:38 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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To: Larousse2

I hear tell that Bush has a problem with our constitution?
And this so ties into the bilderberg conference/meeting/spies whatever, did you see hillary was in Canada and her constituents didn't even know she went on R & R ;)

1,419 posted on 06/16/2006 1:11:59 PM PDT by JustPiper ("I have one voice, one vote to make a difference.")
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To: JustPiper

Yes, so I'm told. I think his behavior does indicate it.

Yeah, no doubt hilly slithered in to "B" meeting. Billy belongs. I suppose she attend in his stead.

1,420 posted on 06/16/2006 6:11:47 PM PDT by Larousse2 (Like June Carter Cash, "I'm just tryin' to matter.")
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