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They Live We Sleep.. Wake Up!
St. Petersburg

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Ты похож на человека, который ничему не удивляется, считая происходящее сном и веря, что вот-вот проснётся… Как ни странно, это не далеко от истины. Миллионы людей живут “полноценной” жизнью… во сне. В искусственном состоянии сознания, напоминающем СОН!.. Миллионы людей стали ничего не подозревающими сообщниками чётко слаженной Системы Подавления. Безразличные, малодушные, думающие только о собственной выгоде, многие уже настолько отравлены и так безнадёжно зависимы от Системы, что будут драться за свое право НИЧЕГО НЕ ЗНАТЬ.

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