– posted in the evening of the 4th of July

On this, our Independence Day from all forms of tyranny – especially religious – I simply cannot wait to post what I have been finding out in my research for another article. That is, the true nature of Christianity (Roman Catholic Church).

I want to show you just what one Pope after another has said about our forefathers magnificent plan as it was first-born  – not what they are trying to force us to have instead.

Important Note: When a Catholic “leader” uses the words: state, society, civil government, etc. the words do not mean what you, as an American (or as a free person) think they do.

They mean, primarily, UNDER THEIR RULE, and BY their rules.

The following are primarily quotes from 19th century Popes. The 1800’s, in other words. These views have never changed, no matter what you might think.

First of all, the Catholics believe that we are all in exile on this planet (note: now you know where that stupid prison planet idea comes from) and that we must be made to suffer, toil, and die, because we are “disobedient”, and that we MUST DIE before we can really live.

…the grand Christian dogma on which religion rests as on its foundation – that, when we have given up this present life, then shall we really begin to live. God has not created us for the perishable and transitory things of earth, but for things heavenly and everlasting; He has given us this world as a place of exile…

the other pains and hardships of life will have no end or cessation on earth; for the consequences of sin are bitter and hard to bear, and they must accompany man so long as life lasts. To suffer and to endure, therefore, is the lot of humanity; let them strive as they may, no strength and no artifice will ever succeed in banishing from human life the ills and troubles which beset it. If any there are who pretend differently – who hold out to a hard-pressed people the boon of freedom from pain and trouble, an undisturbed repose, and constant enjoyment – they delude the people.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891

Let them remember that the world will never be able to rid itself of misery, sorrow and tribulation…

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


Not only that, it is good to suffer!

Jesus Christ, when He redeemed us with plentiful redemption, took not away the pains and sorrows which in such large proportion are woven together in the web of our mortal life. He transformed them into motives of virtue and occasions of merit; and no man can hope for eternal reward unless he follow in the blood-stained footprints of his Saviour. “If we suffer with Him, we shall also reign with Him.”(7) Christ’s labors and sufferings, accepted of His own free will, have marvellously sweetened all suffering and all labor. And not only by His example, but by His grace and by the hope held forth of everlasting recompense, has He made pain and grief more easy to endure; “for that which is at present momentary and light of our tribulation, worketh for us above measure exceedingly an eternal weight of glory.”(8)

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


Only god can make you feel perfectly happy again, and this is withheld from the unworthy, ergo, everyone on earth is currently “unworthy”.

…God Himself, who alone can make either men or angels absolutely and perfectly happy; that each and all are redeemed and made sons of God, by Jesus Christ, “the first-born among many brethren”; that the blessings of nature and the gifts of grace belong to the whole human race in common, and that from none except the unworthy is withheld the inheritance of the kingdom of Heaven.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


Many Popes have repeatedly made clear that only a two-class system (feudalism) is acceptable to God.


The Rich

and everyone else – the workers.


It is not true that all have equal rights in civil society. It is not true that there exists no lawful social hierarchy.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


…The great mistake made in regard to the matter now under consideration is to take up with the notion that class is naturally hostile to class, and that the wealthy and the working men are intended by nature to live in mutual conflict…so in a State is it ordained by nature that these two classes should dwell in harmony and agreement, so as to maintain the balance of the body politic. Each needs the other: capital cannot do without labor, nor labor without capital.

point 48 – …the two classes

…… The members of the working classes are citizens by nature and by the same right as the rich; they are real parts, living the life which makes up, through the family, the body of the commonwealth; and it need hardly be said that they are in every city very largely in the majority.

…Some there must be who devote themselves to the work of the commonwealth, who make the laws or administer justice, or whose advice and authority govern the nation in times of peace, and defend it in war. Such men clearly occupy the foremost place in the State, and should be held in highest estimation, for their work concerns most nearly and effectively the general interests of the community. Those who labor at a trade or calling do not promote the general welfare in such measure as this…..it is only by the labor of working men that States grow rich.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


…there will ever be differences and inequalities of condition in the State. Society cannot exist or be conceived of without them.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


Why do you have to labor for these rulers? Because it is your punishment for disobedience by God!

…As regards bodily labor, even had man never fallen from the state of innocence, he would not have remained wholly idle; but that which would then have been his free choice and his delight became afterwards compulsory, and the painful expiation for his disobedience. “Cursed be the earth in thy work; in thy labor thou shalt eat of it all the days of thy life.”(5)

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


…Our own Encyclical on the Reconstruction of the Social Order[14] adapted these principles to present needs.

  • insisting anew on the age-old doctrine of the Church concerning the individual and social character of private property
  • the right and dignity of labor


  • a sound prosperity is to be restored according to the true principles of a sane corporative system which respects the proper hierarchic structure of society;

he has been endowed by God with many and varied prerogatives:

  • the right to tend toward his ultimate goal in the path marked out for him by God –
– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


You cannot choose your own path…

Thou shalt not revolt! – sayeth the Slave masters.


The duties of a slave –

  1. Of these duties, the following bind the proletarian and the worker: fully and faithfully to perform the work which has been freely and equitably agreed upon; never to injure the property, nor to outrage the person, of an employer; never to resort to violence in defending their own cause, nor to engage in riot or disorder; and to have nothing to do with men of evil principles, who work upon the people with artful promises of great results, and excite foolish hopes which usually end in useless regrets and grievous loss.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


When work people have recourse to a strike and become voluntarily idle…such paralysing of labor not only affects the masters and their work people alike…The laws should forestall and prevent such troubles from arising…

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


The same Pope, while trying to complain about “communism” said:

  • absolute equality rejecting all hierarchy and divinely-constituted authority

Not only is that a point-blank acknowledgement that the Catholic Church definitely imposes and supports a hierarchal “social order”, but that authority comes from God.

That’s the Nesilim credo – the double-headed eagle “I am the divine ruler”.


But, as no society can hold together unless some one be over all, directing all to strive earnestly for the common good, every body politic must have a ruling authority, and this authority, no less than society itself, has its source in nature, and has, consequently, God for its Author. Hence, it follows that all public power must proceed from God. For God alone is the true and supreme Lord of the world. Everything, without exception, must be subject to Him, and must serve him, so that whosoever holds the right to govern holds it from one sole and single source, namely, God, the sovereign Ruler of all. “There is no power but from God.”(1)

… in civil society, God has always willed that there should be a ruling authority, and that they who are invested with it should reflect the divine power and providence in some measure over the human race.

… Over this mighty multitude God has Himself set rulers with power to govern, and He has willed that one should be the head of all, and the chief and unerring teacher of truth, to whom He has given “the keys of the kingdom of heaven.”(9) “Feed My lambs, feed My sheep.”(10) “I have prayed for thee that thy faith fail not.”(11)

… [the church] its authority the most exalted of all authority, nor can it be looked upon as inferior to the civil power, or in any manner dependent upon it.

… Jesus Christ gave to His Apostles unrestrained authority in regard to things sacred, together with the genuine and most true power of making laws, as also with the twofold right of judging and of punishing, which flow from that power. “All power is given to Me in heaven and on earth: going therefore teach all nations… teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you.”(12) And in another place: “If he will not hear them, tell the Church.”(13) And again: “In readiness to revenge all disobedience.”(14

… the only-begotten Son of God established on earth a society which is called the Church, and to it He handed over the exalted and divine office which He had received from His Father, to be continued through the ages to come.

…Then, truly, will the majesty of the law meet with the dutiful and willing homage of the people, when they are convinced that their rulers hold authority from God, and feel that it is a matter of justice and duty to obey them, and to show them reverence and fealty, united to a love not unlike that which children show their parents. “Let every soul be subject to higher powers.”(3)

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


[still with the two classes crap]

Today more than ever the acute world crisis demands that those who dispose of immense funds, built up on the sweat and toil of millions, keep constantly and singly in mind the common good.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

No of Chartres wrote to Pope Paschal II: “When kingdom and priesthood are at one, in complete accord, the world is well ruled…

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


In the roots of the Catholic Church, the Nesilim (in the area of Turkey), the King’s most important role was that he was the chief priest of the land, and was the conduit of “the gods”.

Sound familiar?

Just like in the Catholic Church, when presiding at religious ceremonies the king of the Nesilim (the chief priest) carried a crook called a kalmush and wore the robe and cap of the sun god. The king is depicted in that exact attire on many Nesilim carvings, including those at Alaca Huyuk and Yazobkaya.


Double-headed eagle and carrying “crooks” in a procession of Nesilim gods and goddesses

You can see the curved crook in the below carving of Nesilim King Tudhaliya IV (the shorter person) who is in the protective embrace of the taller god Sharrumma.

The Catholic Crook

cardinal_justin_rigali - the nesilim crook

pope-benedict-xvi - the nesilim crook


Roman Catholic Pope Nicholas V

proudly wearing his Nesilim Kings-and-Priests hat. Looks just like the Nesilim “god” Sharruma’s hat

Pope nicholas V by Peter_Paul_Rubens in 1616

  • The mitre (the Pope’s hat) – even in this picture from a movie, you can see the similarity to the Nesilim carvings in Turkey.


Nesilim statue guarding King's Gate - Hattusa Nesilim_hat

See Scientology Roots – Chapter Five: Actual Jewish History for more information.

This diagram shows the basic progression of the hat (the mitre), and you can see that its earliest form was exactly like the Nesilim priest/king hat. Even more interesting, they have reverted to that original Nesilim shape in modern times!



* * *

In the years leading up to the American Revolution, the most barbaric atrocities were perpetuated on the “second class” – the workers – in the name of quelling rebellion.

From then on up to now, this is still justified, and is what is behind all forms of behavior modification, including the brutal and soul-killing aspects of psychiatry and pseudo-cults like scientology.

There are occasions, doubtless, when it is fitting that the law should intervene to prevent certain associations, as when men join together for purposes which are evidently bad, unlawful, or dangerous to the State.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


Man cannot be exempted from his divinely-imposed obligations toward civil society, and the representatives of authority – have the right to coerce him when he refuses without reason to do his duty.

Some restraint is necessary for man considered either as an individual or in society.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


To despise legitimate authority, in whomsoever vested, is unlawful, as a rebellion against the divine will, and whoever resists that, rushes willfully to destruction. “He that resisteth the power resisteth the ordinance of God, and they that resist, purchase to themselves damnation.”(4) To cast aside obedience, and by popular violence to incite to revolt, is therefore treason, not against man only, but against God.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


The chief duty of all men is to cling to religion in both its reaching and practice-not such religion as they may have a preference for, but the religion which God enjoins, and which certain and most clear marks show to be the only one true religion – it is a public crime to act as though there were no God.

…Jesus Christ gave to His Apostles unrestrained authority in regard to things sacred, together with the genuine and most true power of making laws, as also with the twofold right of judging and of punishing, which flow from that power. “All power is given to Me in heaven and on earth… “In readiness to revenge all disobedience.”

“The mighty shall be mightily tormented.”

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885




  1. But that harmful and deplorable passion for innovation which was aroused in the sixteenth century threw first of all into confusion the Christian religion, and next, by natural sequence, invaded the precincts of philosophy, whence it spread amongst all classes of society. From this source, as from a fountain-head, burst forth all those later tenets of unbridled license which, in the midst of the terrible unheavals of the last century, [American Revolution] were wildly conceived and boldly proclaimed as the principles and foundation of that new conception of law which was not merely previously unknown, but was at variance on many points with not only the Christian, but even the natural law.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


This particular Pope, Gregory XVI, is mightily pissed at what President Jackson is about to do to their enforced class-making stranglehold organization – the Bank of the United States.

This is being said as if these things are wrong!

Thus, Gregory XVI in his encyclical letter Mirari Vos, dated August 15, 1832, inveighed with weighty words against the sophisms which even at his time were being publicly inculcated-namely, that no preference should be shown for any particular form of worship; that it is right for individuals to form their own personal judgments about religion; that each man’s conscience is his sole and all-sufficing guide; and that it is lawful for every man to publish his own views, whatever they may be, and even to conspire against the State.

On the question of the separation of Church and State the same Pontiff writes as follows: “Nor can We hope for happier results either for religion or for the civil government from the wishes of those who desire that the Church be separated from the State, and the concord between the secular and ecclesiastical authority be dissolved. It is clear that these men, who yearn for a shameless liberty, live in dread of an agreement which has always been fraught with good, and advantageous alike to sacred and civil interests.” To the like effect, also, as occasion presented itself, did Pius IX brand publicly many false opinions which were gaining ground, and afterwards ordered them to be condensed in summary form in order that in this sea of error Catholics might have a light which they might safely follow.(22)

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


More complaining about America –

Now, when the State rests on foundations like those just named – and for the time being they are greatly in favor – it readily appears into what and how unrightful a position the Church is driven. … finds herself forbidden to take any part in the instruction of the people…. They claim jurisdiction over the marriages of Catholics, even over the bond as well as the unity and the indissolubility of matrimony. They lay hands on the goods of the clergy, contending that the Church cannot possess property. Lastly, they treat the Church with such arrogance that, rejecting entirely her title to the nature and rights of a perfect society, they hold that she differs in no respect from other societies in the State, and for this reason possesses no right nor any legal power of action, save that which she holds by the concession and favor of the government. If in any State the Church retains her own agreement publicly entered into by the two powers, men forthwith begin to cry out that matters affecting the Church must be separated from those of the State.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

 Oh, the horror...

come on!


These people hate our democracy.

Indeed, very many men of more recent times, …say that all power comes from the people; so that those who exercise it in the State do so not as their own, but as delegated to them by the people, and that, by this rule, it can be revoked by the will of the very people by whom it was delegated. But from these, Catholics dissent, who affirm that the right to rule is from God, as from a natural and necessary principle.

..as regards political power, the Church rightly teaches that it comes from God, for it finds this clearly testified in the sacred Scriptures and in the monuments of antiquity; besides, no other doctrine can be conceived which is more agreeable

…And they who say that this power depends on the will of the people err in opinion first of all; then they place authority on too weak and unstable a foundation.

From this heresy there arose in the last century a false philosophy – a new right as it is called, and a popular authority, together with an unbridled license which many regard as the only true liberty. [which it was]

Hence we have reached the limit of horrors, to wit, communism, socialism, nihilism, hideous deformities of the civil society of men

….the Roman Pontiffs are to be regarded as having greatly served the public good, for they have ever endeavored to break the turbulent and restless spirit of innovators, and have often warned men of the danger they are to civil society.




Based on even just that?

I would have to say:

No one who is Catholic should ever have the right to call themselves an American.


…[in their “society”] the laws aim at securing the common good, and are not framed according to the delusive caprices and opinions of the mass of the people…

The sovereignty of the people, however, and this without any reference to God, is held to reside in the multitude; which is doubtless a doctrine exceedingly well calculated to flatter and to inflame many passions, but which lacks all reasonable proof, and all power of insuring public safety and preserving order.

… For the opinion prevails that princes are nothing more than delegates chosen to carry out the will of the people; whence it necessarily follows that all things are as changeable as the will of the people, so that risk of public disturbance is ever hanging over our heads.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

Risk of public disturbance – egads! Anything but that.



  1. So, too, the liberty of thinking, and of publishing, whatsoever each one likes, without any hindrance, is not in itself an advantage over which society can wisely rejoice. On the contrary, it is the fountain-head and origin of many evils. Liberty is a power perfecting man, and hence should have truth and goodness for its object. But the character of goodness and truth cannot be changed at option. These remain ever one and the same, and are no less unchangeable than nature itself. If the mind assents to false opinions, and the will chooses and follows after what is wrong, neither can attain its native fullness, but both must fall from their native dignity into an abyss of corruption. Whatever, therefore, is opposed to virtue and truth may not rightly be brought temptingly before the eye of man, much less sanctioned by the favor and protection of the law.

….it is a part of this theory that all questions that concern religion are to be referred to private judgment; that every one is to be free to follow whatever religion he prefers, or none at all if he disapprove of all. From this the following consequences logically flow: that the judgment of each one’s conscience is independent of all law; that the most unrestrained opinions may be openly expressed as to the practice or omission of divine worship; and that every one has unbounded license to think whatever he chooses and to publish abroad whatever he thinks.


it is not lawful for the State, any more than for the individual, either to disregard all religious duties or to hold in equal favour different kinds of religion; that the unrestrained freedom of thinking and of openly making known one’s thoughts is not inherent in the rights of citizens, and is by no means to be reckoned worthy of favour and support.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


“…is not inherent in the rights of citizens..”


You have no right to think what you want ….



Now we know where book-burning and bans originated from.

The Catholic Church

Book burning


Not only that, this insane man tries to say to have these rights we have in America, this casting off we did of monstrously evil slavemasters – the fact that we did that makes us slaves!

casts off the obedience due to lawful authority, for this is not liberty …and is most correctly styled …the “liberty of self ruin,” and …the “cloak of malice.”…it is a true slavery…

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


wiley-double yikes

Oh, the Horror – the Catholic Church lost its “place” in America.

Thus, as is evident, a State becomes nothing but a multitude which is its own master and ruler. And since the people is declared to contain within itself the spring-head of all rights and of all power, it follows that the State does not consider itself bound by any kind of duty toward God. Moreover, it believes that it is not obliged to make public profession of any religion; or to inquire which of the very many religions is the only one true; or to prefer one religion to all the rest; or to show to any form of religion special favour; but, on the contrary, is bound to grant equal rights to every creed, so that public order may not be disturbed by any particular form of religious belief.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

  1. Amongst these [deplorable and harmful] principles the main one lays down that as all men are alike by race and nature, so in like manner all are equal in the control of their life; that each one is so far his own master as to be in no sense under the rule of any other individual; that each is free to think on every subject just as he may choose, and to do whatever he may like to do; that no man has any right to rule over other men. In a society grounded upon such maxims all government is nothing more nor less than the will of the people, and the people, being under the power of itself alone, is alone its own ruler.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


Deplorable and Harmful?

Kermit the frog excited


Once upon a time… otherwise known as –

The Dark Ages

 for humanity

– when they Catholics ruled


Note: The Catholics call it The Dark Ages when they no longer ruled all the states, through a King (The German Holy empire) who would go out and kill people that weren’t co-operating with “the one true religion”.

civil society was renovated… nothing more perfect had been known before, or will come to be known in the ages that have yet to be.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891
  1. There was once a time when States were governed by the philosophy of the Gospel. Then it was that the power and divine virtue of Christian wisdom had diffused itself throughout the laws, institutions, and morals of the people, permeating all ranks and relations of civil society. Then, too, the religion instituted by Jesus Christ, established firmly in befitting dignity, flourished everywhere, by the favour of princes and the legitimate protection of magistrates; and Church and State were happily united in concord and friendly interchange of good offices. The State, constituted in this wise, bore fruits important beyond all expectation, whose remembrance is still, and always will be, in renown, witnessed to as they are by countless proofs which can never be blotted out or ever obscured by any craft of any enemies. Christian Europe has subdued barbarous nations, and changed them from a savage to a civilized condition, from superstition to true worship. It victoriously rolled back the tide of Mohammedan conquest; retained the headship of civilization; stood forth in the front rank as the leader and teacher of all, in every branch of national culture; bestowed on the world the gift of true and many-sided liberty; and most wisely founded very numerous institutions for the solace of human suffering. And if we inquire how it was able to bring about so altered a condition of things, the answer is-beyond all question, in large measure, through religion, under whose auspices so many great undertakings were set on foot, through whose aid they were brought to completion.

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


THIS is what (and who) we fought against in the American Revolution.


and this – which this pope decries as evil and harmful and communism –

…a paradise where each would “give according to his powers” and would “receive according to his needs.”

  • Utopia of a really classless society
  • the political State, …will have lost all reason for its existence and will “wither away.”
– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937

is exactly part of what we fought for and should still be fighting for.


While trying to ascribe this onto “atheistic communism”, this same pope inadvertently shines a light on what the Catholic Church, together with British and other SLAVEMASTERS have been engaged upon –



  • a propaganda so truly diabolical that the world has perhaps never witnessed its like before.
  • It is directed from one common center.
  • It is shrewdly adapted to the varying conditions of diverse peoples.
  • It has at its disposal great financial resources, gigantic organizations, international congresses, and countless trained workers.
  • It makes use of pamphlets and reviews, of cinema, theater and radio, of schools and even universities.
  • Little by little it penetrates into all classes of the people and even reaches the better-minded groups of the community, with the result that few are aware of the poison which increasingly pervades their minds and hearts.
– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


It follows clearly, therefore, that Catholics have just reasons for taking part in the conduct of public affairs…use their best endeavours at the same time to infuse, as it were, into all the veins of the State the healthy sap and blood of Christian wisdom and virtue.

“We are but of yesterday,” wrote Tertullian, “yet we swarm in all your institutions, we crowd your cities, islands, villages, towns, assemblies, the army itself, your wards and corporations, the palace, the senate, and the law courts.” [Apoplget, 27 (P4 1, 525). ]

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885


[the church] strives to influence the mind and the heart so that all may willingly yield themselves to be formed and guided by the commandments of God.

– Pope Leo XIII, Rerum Novarum (of revolutionary change) May 15, 1891


The minds of men must be illuminated with the sure light of Catholic teaching, and their wills must be drawn to follow and apply it as the norm of right living in the conscientious fulfillment of their manifold social duties.

– Pope Pius XI DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) 19 March 1937


Anyone that supports these people (slavemasters and their ideas) should be ridiculed, exposed, and unendingly revolted against.

There is no ‘reason’ possible within the Catholic Church or with people like them. A fact well-expressed by Thomas Jefferson.

Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions. Ideas must be distinct before reason can act upon them; and no man ever had a distinct idea of the trinity. It is the mere Abracadabra of the mountebanks calling themselves the priests of Jesus.

– Thomas Jefferson Letter to Francis Adrian Van der Kemp (30 July 1816), denouncing the doctrine of the Trinity; taken from The Jefferson Cyclopedia – available to view online at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.


Anyone who is willingly supportive of these insane peoples designs on the world, be you catholic or covert-catholic (such as scientology, muhammedism, etc. etc.) YOU are supporting evil, oppression, controlled thought, torture in the name of penance, and just about all the actual causes of suffering in this world.

In that case –

YOU are the cause.

and the solution is simple –

Stop supporting them.

Independence Day

Light-bulb-moment aha it must be true

That is all.


Virg sig script

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