Guardian Abuse: You Cannot Fix What Is Not Broken

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Marti Oakley

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“Also, by not declaring it a crime and providing equal access to the law, you and your family are trapped in these civil tribunals with no way out. You cannot get out of the civil tribunal and into a court of common law, and instead are subjected to statutes, codes and regulations that separate you from the law. Here you have no rights, no protections and cannot claim any, most especially anything Constitutional. The Constitutions, both State and Federal have no application here. And this also is intentional. This is not an oversight, or something they just simply forgot to include. They know exactly what they are doing, or not doing whatever the case may be.”


Most of us who have been battling the abuse of the elderly or those who just simply have assets that a predator in this system has decided they want, have operated under the idea that the system just needed repairing. If we just passed a new law. If we just readjusted the statutes. If we just went to the right representative or senator and got their attention, a lot of this corruption would be done away with; we would be safe from this growing class of predators who game the system for profit. It is my opinion that we have been addressing this issue from the wrong angle.

The system is not broken or not functioning as it was intended; it is operating exactly the way it was intended. That is what we failed to realize.

There are few of us who have met with politicians and other officials who have not come away with the deep sense of disbelief with what we encountered while visiting with them. The feigned ignorance of the issues. The platitudes and pandering along with the condescension can be stifling. Always these meetings come with the promises that they will look into it and do what ever they can to help. Only they don’t. Many elected officials openly express their disdain for the fact that they were confronted with these issues. After all, plausible deniability is paramount to escaping accountability. Once they are faced with the evidence, many become quite irritated.

You are talking about the organizations and professional unions like the BAR Associations who not only contribute massive amounts of money to political re-election coffers, but who also put all of this in place to begin with. You just caused a tremor in their bank accounts. And besides, they have really important things to worry about…and obviously the kidnapping, psychological torture, estate theft and eventual medical murder in many cases, of the elderly, isn’t one of those things. More



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Rnee Nal – The Brenner Brief


It is past time for Americans to take another look at the process which allow rules and regulations to be regularly imposed on Americans without proper representation.

Government mandates in the form of rules equal legislation without representation. “Agencies get their authority to issue regulations from laws (statutes) enacted by Congress,” according to the government’s Federal Register website. “Typically,” the fact sheet continues, “when Congress passes a law to create an agency, it grants that agency general authority to regulate certain activities within our society.”

1461111_657716987585122_125931567_nThe Federal Register Act received approval on July 26, 1935 under Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Since then, “the Federal Register system expanded and evolved as the nation’s leaders gained experience using the system to conduct the business of government in times of peace and war.”

Not surprisingly, there is a lack of transparency in the rule making process, as not every rule is in the Federal Register, thanks to the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), which called for the public commenting process, yet “permits agencies to finalize some rules without first publishing a proposed rule in the Federal Register,” such as when “for good cause [an agency] finds that notice and public procedure thereon are impracticable, unnecessary, or contrary to the public interest.”

Why would any rule ever be “contrary to the public interest?” And who makes that determination? And why would taxpayers ever agree to a rule that is “contrary to the public interest”? More



 Miss American

Copyright 2012 All rights Reserved


The first time I heard that the Post Office was considering cutting out Saturday deliveries, my antenna went up. “Oh no! They want to wreck that too”! But I wrote it off as a normal cost cutting measure given our dismal financial state of affairs. The next warning then came as an announcement that they were 8 something billion in the red on their pension commitments, and were talking about closing hundreds of regional centers, rural post offices, and lay workers off. My anger, when I hear about the neglect and demise of something that is so basic to our country, such as our Postal Service, goes over the top. You could say I go postal.

There’s always plenty of millions/billions for the bankers bonuses, trillions for wars and killing, and the latest weapons and technology to be used against Americans, but not a penny in sight to shore up the basic foundations of our society. When it comes to anything for us, the taxpaying consumers as we are known, “we’re broke” they tell us.

What Americans need in the way of help from our loving, caring government is a drop in the bucket compared to what they decide to spend to “keep us safe”!! I’ll take the odds and keep myself safe!! Just let me keep my freedom, please!!! Anyway, I don’t appreciate how many innocent people they have to kill, and how many other countries they have to obliterate to keep me safe. Hey! Anyone want to invest in a new airline? It’s called ‘Fly At Your Own Risk Dream Trips’. More

Female Opt-Out Alert! TSA Miami


Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2011 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

I normally don’t read Time Magazine, but today this blog section caught my eye: Stay Classy, TSA.

When it was my turn, I politely said that I would like to opt out. “Seriously?” the first TSA worker asked me with a raised eyebrow. Yes, seriously.

He directed me through the nearby metal detector (the one that would have been good enough if I’d just chosen another line) and motioned for me to wait for a pat-down agent: “Female opt-out!” A female agent led me to a table where she set my bags and then skeptically asked if I knew what the pat down involved. Yes, indeedy (thanks, Jeff Goldberg!) “Do you want to do this somewhere private?” No, thank you. The agent calmly explained what she was going to do before she performed each part of the procedure, and very briskly but thoroughly went through the pat-down. The whole thing was over in a matter of minutes and was a completely professional experience.

Or it was, until a male TSA agent walked behind us and More

Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock: S510

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Listen to Ernie and Barb discuss S.510  – Dec. 1 show! More

European Milk Quotas and United States Trial By Public Opinion

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Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Today we have two completely different stories. While not connected – the irony in both of these is priceless.

First of all you have the heinous act of producing too much food product in a world where apparently no one ever goes hungry.

Three EU member states have been ordered to pay a total of €19m in fines for exceeding milk quotas in 2009/2010, according to provisional figures published by the Commission. More

The Ruthie Report: Blogtalk radio

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Thursday, 9/9/10 at 8:00 PM CST – LIV

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Your Body Is Your ID – Book & DVD Set

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Live Link:  Constitutional Alliance

$20.00 includes book and DVD. 

A person cannot live in a surveillance society while at the same time living in a free society. All citizens want accountability from our elected leaders regardless of what political party they represent. We are accountable as well to future generations and to honor those that have defended our freedom. It is said that ignorance is not an excuse for breaking the law. Ignorance is no excuse for losing our freedom. For yourself, for our children and for those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country, read this short book and decide if freedom still lives. The author has written legislation, testified about that legislation and worked with groups/organizations at the state/national level to protect your freedom.

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Wheat, Weed, and ObamaCare: How the Commerce Clause Made Congress All-Powerful


reason.tv: “How did a clause intended as a restriction on states wind up giving Congress a green light to regulate noncommercial, local, and purely private behavior? How will ObamaCare stand up against the legal challenges brought by the states? Legal titans John Eastman (Chapman University Law Professor) and Erwin Chemerinsky (Founding Dean, University of California, Irvine School of Law) slug it out to to determine whether or not Congress has been abusing the commerce clause.”

An open letter to politicians & bureaucrats:

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  Author is unknown/annonymous.                                  September 1, 2009


You say you can’t understand the anger and frustration of taxpaying citizen voters in this country, so you are reacting with “punching” back, or bewilderment, cowardice, or outrage.

You are so far removed from “ordinary” life you can’t understand why we ordinarily polite, mostly middleclass people are so angry. 

For generations we have treated you with respect, even when you betray us time and time again.  You steal our money, our freedoms, our futures, our Bill of Rights, our hopes and dreams and still think we should respect you?

For all the “Honorable’s”, pleases, begging, cajoling,  and polite acceptance of your cat of nine tails…what did it get us?  Only more, and more arrogance, corruption, rudeness, chicanery, brutality, and utter disregard for our wishes and well being.  While we were being polite and respectful you were busy weaving your protection racket scheme to cover each others’ rears, feather your nests, and keep us in the dark. More

HR 2749: Food Safety’s Scorched Earth Policy

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By Barbara H. Peterson
Farm Wars

HR 2749 is being rushed through Congress, and the house may look to suspend the rules and fast track the bill at Obama’s request. Just what can we expect from this legislation? A lot more of the following: 

Dick Peixoto planted hedges of fennel and flowering cilantro around his organic vegetable fields in the Pajaro Valley near Watsonville to harbor beneficial insects, an alternative to pesticides. 

He has since ripped out such plants in the name of food safety, because his big customers demand sterile buffers around his crops. No vegetation. No water. No wildlife of any kind.  More

Blitz of “Cyber Attacks” as Rockefeller Bill Approaches

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Rockefeller Computer copyKurt Nimmo
July 8, 2009

A determined propaganda blitz is well underway as the government sets the stage for the passage of Cybersecurity Act of 2009, introduced in the Senate earlier this year. If passed, it will allow Obama to shut down the internet and private networks. The legislation also calls for the government to have the authority to demand security data from private networks without regard to any provision of law, regulation, rule or policy restricting such access. In other words, the bill allows the government to impose authoritarian control over electronic communications. READ MORE…

NAIS – A Way to Control Rural Population

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wcn logo-mainBy Pat Kopecki

Source: Wilson County News

July 7, 2009

Agriculture leaders, as well as farmers and ranchers, are watching the outcome of the many congressional bills that are being discussed on Capitol Hill. They question whether farmers and ranchers will survive if additional permits and taxation are implemented. Two of the issues currently being discussed are the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) that is included in House Resolution (HR) 875, the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009, and the probable taxation of cattle by means of changes in the Clean Air Act. READ MORE…

Food Safety Scam: The Letter of the Law Makes Criminals of Us All

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NICA_Prison_BarsBy Barbara H. Peterson

There is a big difference between the spirit and the letter of the law. The key to analyzing the effects of any type of legislation that ultimately results in setting rules and regulations in motion through a set of laws is in understanding the difference between the spirit and letter of the law, and how this concept is applied towards enforcement of any particular law. READ MORE…

The USDA…An unelected bureaucracy gone wild.

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The USDA is an unelected bureaucracy which seems to have come to its own conclusions regarding the law and is busying itself with attempting to implement the illegal and unconstitutional National Animal Identification System.


Because the proposed system is blatantly unconstitutional and a direct assault on our right to own private property and to be free of encumbrance or interference from the government as long as our activity remains lawful and legal, I began wondering just how USDA and its globalist, corporate pandering, minions were intending to not only implement but to also enforce this illegal attack on private homes and businesses. 


How does an agency of the federal government set about avoiding a conflict with the Constitution and its Bill of Rights, and implement a program that assaults and renders as useless those very same rights? 


Please look at the list below and see if you can find any law, any proposed bill, or in fact any indication that we even have a congress that might have had a say in this.  These of course are not all the players and this list does not include the Frankenfood corporations like Monsanto and Syngenta among many others, but it should give you a clear picture of how the USDA intends to circumvent the Constitution and your rights to be left alone by government: to be secure in papers, person and effects.


  • International Animal Court Treaty
  • International Criminal Court
  • International property Code
  • International Standards.org
  • International Committee on Animal Standards
  • International Standards for Electric Identification of Animals
  • World Organization for Animal Health
  • International Phytosanitary Agreements
  • World Trade Organization


This is kind of like finding Waldo…..only the Waldo in this puzzle is congress and they are no where to be found.  No mention of US laws or the Constitution either. 


Everyone of these organizations or treaty’s is directly tied to the World Trade Organization. 


The World Trade Organization is tied to the World Bank  


The World Bank is tied to the International Monetary Fund


All of these are subject to the International Criminal Court


And every treaty, organization, trade organization, bank, money handler, committee, standard and code is all tied to AGENDA 21 from the United Nations.


The USDA has neither the power nor the legitimacy to mandate or attempt to make mandatory any program or plan that is derived from international policies and agendas intended to usurp and replace Constitutional laws and protections and rights.  These international laws, codes and regulations are being utilized specifically because our laws would prohibit not only implementation, but enforcement.  Enforcement, by necessity requires lawful validation which could not be gained under US laws or the Constitution.


The recent Federal Register entry, January 13, 2009 citing the USDA’s claim that mandatory implementation will supersede and preempt any local or state laws that have been passed allowing NAIS registration to be only voluntary an dnow making it mandatory, is null on its face.


The USDA is nothing more than an agency and as such cannot lawfully make such a declaration.  The 10th and 14th Amendments gives states rights over those of the government.  In this case, this is only an agency of the government…..not Congress or the President.  And it is one of these two only, who can legislate or pass laws which must be attended by the population.  The USDA, no matter how grandiose their thinking, is neither of these bodies.


And, no matter what international plan or organization is hiding behind this infringement on our sovereignty, we as American citizens are bound by one set of laws originating from the Constitution.  If the USDA is so enamored with international organizations, holding them in higher regard than our own Constitution then please let me be the first to invite each and every one of them, including Colin Peterson (D) MN and Tom Harkin(D) IA, to take their leave. 


I’ll help raise the money for tickets to anywhere you want to go…..as long as it is far, far away from the US.


© 2009 Marti Oakley


Charles Key on Radio Free Oklahoma 1/2/09

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Announcement from axiomuse:


Radio Free Oklahoma 1/2/09 Interviews Oklahoma State Rep. Charles Key

December 30, 2008 ·

 Charles Key will be a guest  Radio Free Oklahoma 1/2/09.  He is scheduled for the first portion of the show and will give his thoughts on the Tenth Amendment Resolution, anti-Real ID legislation and current political situation in Oklahoma and tell us about the “Citizens Assembly for Oklahoma Sovereignty” to be held on 1/2/09 in OKC beginning at 7pm.

The show is now broadcast on FOUR FM stations in Oklahoma [107.1FM – OKC / 91.1 FM – Tulsa / 93.5 – Durant / 95.3 FM – Guthrie ]
along with our flagship station on Austin, TX – 90.1 FM and one in the west side of Madison, WI. 



From The Oklahoma Rebellion by Walter E. Williams

Federal usurpation goes beyond anything the Constitution’s framers would have imagined. James Madison, explaining the constitution, in Federalist Paper 45, said, “The powers delegated … to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on external objects, [such] as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce. … The powers reserved to the several States will extend to all the objects which, in the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people.” Thomas Jefferson emphasized that the states are not “subordinate” to the national government, but rather the two are “coordinate departments of one simple and integral whole. … The one is the domestic, the other the foreign branch of the same government.”  [. . . ]One of the more disgusting sights for me to is to watch a president, congressman or federal judge take an oath to uphold and defend the United States Constitution, when in reality they either hold constitutional principles in contempt or they are ignorant of those principles.
State efforts, such as Oklahoma’s, create a glimmer of hope that one day Americans and their elected representatives will realize that the federal government is the creation of the states. A bit of rebellion by officials in other states will speed that process along

Hope you will all listen and call in!

Radio Free Oklahoma”      Fridays 6-8pm CST



In defense of us…things I would like to see happen, but won’t.

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We have a new president which will hopefully mark a new day for America.  Unfortunately, we are still saddled with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid whose agendas seem far removed what the majority of American people want.   


If I could be the person who could determine the first 100 days of this new presidency, these would be the first things I would make sure were done.


  • End the use of [and for other purposes] that ends the titling of each and every bill in both houses.  The use of this phrase signals the insertion of pork barrel spending costing taxpayers billions in deficit spending each year.  It also allows the insertion of non-related attachments to the legislation the bill is supposed to be about in order to pass laws that could not pass on their own, usually to our detriment.



  • Demand that each and every bill be read in full by the persons voting on it.  There is no excuse for any elected official to vote on a bill they have not even taken the time to read.  [1]



  • Repeal, rescind, strike down, nullify, wipe out and eradicate every Executive Order that has been issued with the express intent of expanding presidential powers beyond the scope of the Constitution, and used to limit, erase and obliterate civil liberties.


  • While our country slides further into recession and another 250,000 lost their jobs in October of 2008 bringing our total unemployment numbers to more than 3 million, enforce our immigration laws; penalize those companies that offshore jobs and end the massive trade deficit with China that is in part responsible for the state of our economy.  We need to re-establish our manufacturing base here at home using American workers.  A consumer based economy cannot survive, and was never meant to, especially when the consumers have no discretionary money to spend.


  • As a direct result of the created financial crisis, suspend all foreign aid except to the poorest countries.  Why we continue to send 8 billion plus, yearly to Israel when their economy is booming and they were somehow not affected by the global crisis, is beyond me. 


  • Immediately suspend all the tax credits, tax subsidies and cash subsidies to oil companies.  The idea that these companies netted as much as 30 billion in 2007 and will see at least that much for this year while America struggles to stay afloat, is beyond me. 


  • Remove Social Security funds from the general fund.  Secure these funds against raiding by the federal government.  Currently, there is 2.6 trillion in worthless I.O.U.’s  sitting in Social Security as a result of theft by the federal government.  Since this debt, created by stealing the retirement investments of American workers cannot be paid back (and in fact, there was never any intention to pay it back) the federal government now lists this debt by theft as an [unfunded liability];  which should explain the continual scrambling to try and “fix” the system before we find out just how much damage they have done.


  • Remove us from the United Nations and tell them to build their multi-billion dollar new complex somewhere else…..and to provide the bulk of the financing they are expecting us to provide.


  • Cut the bloated White House Staff that is costing taxpayers more than 32 million a year. [2]


  • Cut the bloated congressional staffs.


  • End the lobbyist faction.  Special interest groups and persons should be required to conduct all their efforts in front of the CSPAN camera’s.  That alone could end this nightmare that money creates for all of us, in the halls of congress.


  • Suspend all retirement payments to former members of congress and their spouses.  The millions spent each year for this largesse is more than we can afford, especially for people who most likely don’t need the money.  If those of us out here in no-man’s land have to tighten our belts and sacrifice, these people should be more than happy to contribute their fair share.


  • Begin the ending of the wars.

Seems like a lot doesn’t it?  The truth is, all of these things could be accomplished in a matter of days.  The fact is, nothing remotely similar to this will happen.  Congress will continue to operate as an entity with no obligation to the population.   


What we can do is to remain vigilant, remain involved and continue to speak our minds where ever and when ever possible.  Our reticence and our apathy is what got us into the situation we find our selves in now.  This is not the time to revert back to old habits and feeling that with this new president, everything is fine……it isn’t.  Whatever your political leanings, now is the time to stand up and speak out. 


© 2008 Marti Oakley


[2] A look at the real numbers… by Dan Martin



[1] Read the Bills Act ….downsizedc.org



How the Senate worked its “magic”

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It looks like the U.S. Senate did it the old-fashioned way:


“Besides the tax breaks, senators also made a change that had drawn widespread support in recent days – a temporary increase in the amount of bank deposits covered by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, to $250,000 from $100,000.  And the entire package was attached to legislation requiring insurers to treat mental health conditions more like general health problems, a long-sought goal of many lawmakers who demanded such parity.”  (Italics added for emphasis.)




I’ve puzzled over what the impetus is behind all of the scaremongering and running amok that has been going on in our Capitol.


The reason might be simply this:


“There are powerful foreign interests threatening to pull their money out of the market if we don’t pay them back for the bad mortgage securities they were fool enough to buy into.”


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Perhaps, if the President and/or Congress had shared this with us, we could have gotten down to the business of reassuring foreign markets and shitcanning the people who drove our economy into this sad state of affairs.

Bailout to be attached to non-related legislation in the Senate

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Bailout to be attached to non-related legislation


As reported in mainstream media all evening, the Senate is preparing to attach the bailout legislation to some other piece of non-related drivel.  The Senate has announced that it will vote Wednesday evening to pass the bailout plan as an attachment to a non-related bill without waiting for the House to attempt to pass a revised bill.


This maneuver is the reason that all legislation ends its title with the phrase, “and for other purposes”.  This is a signal to you, to the body voting and to the government that non-related items such as earmarks, assaults on civil liberties and expansion of powers not granted in the constitution, are contained in the bill. 


In this particular piece of theft by the government of the people’s wealth, the Senate will find a bill that most likely contains needed funding for some unrelated program, and will attach the bailout bill to it. 


Congress as a whole is so detached from the people it claims to represent, it never occurred to them that all the threats and scenarios posited as possibilities if this bailout was not passed, would be taken with a grain of salt.  Washington has cried wolf so many times in these last years and many of us have come to realize that the wolf is hiding under our flag.


We have endured eight years of one created crisis after another under this administration and the neo-cons.  We have been told repeatedly that if we did not act swiftly and immediately…. untold horrors would befall us all.  And we went along with all of it only to find out that the horrors we would endure would emanate from our own government.


I feel as though the American people are being driven to revolt.  Maybe that is what they have been after all along.  Then this dolt in the Oval Office could declare a national emergency and martial law. 


Get on those phones, faxes and emails.  Let your Senators know in no uncertain terms that you do not support the bailout, and demand that they represent the people and not the corporations that have corrupted their system.


I have no sympathy for these greedy, unethical and corrupt institutions…..even a dog knows better than to crap where it eats.



UPDATE on crisis legislation for bailout…

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It was reported this evening that the original three page demand from the Bush administration laying out what Bush believed was another slam dunk, has now ballooned to more than 100 pages.  Voting is expected to take possibly Monday, September 29, 2008.


Voting to take place with no public hearings, no publication on the net of the actual text of the bill, and no chance for the American people whose money is being stolen to shore up corrupted corporations and companies to voice their opinion or make any demands.


The theory put forth by those writing this odious piece of legislation is that if they threaten us enough with not being able to get a home loan, a car loan or credit for small businesses (those worth 5 million minimally) somehow we are all going to suffer.  I think not.


If we can’t buy homes, cars and some of this other cheap foreign made crap that fills the shelves in all of our stores, so what?  That might make us unhappy, but it won’t hurt us.  But think about this….If we can’t buy homes, cars or get credit we will still survive.  On the other hand, if THEY can’t sell homes, cars or extend credit, they’ll go broke.  It all goes back to the guys at the top. 


We are tough and can survive a depression.  It won’t last long.  The greed is too engrained, the corruption to great to pass up the greatest consumer market in the world.  After all this is supposed to be what this is about, isn’t it?  Those great, wonderful economy boosting free markets that were going to grow the economy at such a rate it would be nearly impossible to keep track of it?


I find myself still asking why those in the upper 3% who enjoy those special tax cuts and who more than likely profited from this corruption of the markets, and those who raped and plundered these companies driving them into the ground, and those who knowingly acted unethically and illegally…..why aren’t they being tapped for this bailout?


Those who became wealthy or increased their wealth won’t be losing anything.  They’ll still be wealthy.  And we’ll still be struggling to pay for their retention of their wealth.


We are being blackmailed plain and simple.  If this bailout isn’t enough to vote the bums out of office…what is?




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