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The Only Conspiracy Theory Anti-Vaxxers Won’t Believe

Senor Supersol2016 via Wikipedia Commons

Suppose for a moment you’re in control of the US government, either overtly or covertly. There’s a growing anti-government movement which is increasingly committing acts of domestic terrorism. This is a problem you need to nip in the bud, but you can’t do so in a brazenly violent way.

If you do, then you suffer immediate, severe loss of legitimacy with your allies. For…




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