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We received offers to buy us out, which culminated in an offer of around

We received offers to buy us out, which culminated in an offer of around $1 billion to bribe us to stop pursuing alternative energy.Dennis rejected the offer made by European interests, given through a CIA man, and a month later Dennis was thrown into jail with a $1 million bail on fabricated charges.I was largely raised in Ventura, California; my mother ran the household while my father worked to support the family.His entire career was spent working for the federal government, and all but one year was spent working for the Department of Defense.As Dennis attained national visibility with his free energy promotion, numerous people approached us who had tried similar ventures, and we were told nightmarish accounts of being wiped out by conspiratorial activities.

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We received offers to buy us out, which culminated in an offer of around $1 billion to bribe us to stop pursuing alternative energy.

Dennis rejected the offer made by European interests, given through a CIA man, and a month later Dennis was thrown into jail with a $1 million bail on fabricated charges.

I was largely raised in Ventura, California; my mother ran the household while my father worked to support the family.

His entire career was spent working for the federal government, and all but one year was spent working for the Department of Defense.

As Dennis attained national visibility with his free energy promotion, numerous people approached us who had tried similar ventures, and we were told nightmarish accounts of being wiped out by conspiratorial activities.

Kangaroo courts, prison, murder, threatening phone calls in the night, and hiding from the murderers were common tales, and were the kind that few Americans hear firsthand.

I was taught that the Soviets were the bad guys, and my family generally supported politicians from the Democratic Party.

billion to bribe us to stop pursuing alternative energy.Dennis rejected the offer made by European interests, given through a CIA man, and a month later Dennis was thrown into jail with a

We received offers to buy us out, which culminated in an offer of around $1 billion to bribe us to stop pursuing alternative energy.Dennis rejected the offer made by European interests, given through a CIA man, and a month later Dennis was thrown into jail with a $1 million bail on fabricated charges.I was largely raised in Ventura, California; my mother ran the household while my father worked to support the family.His entire career was spent working for the federal government, and all but one year was spent working for the Department of Defense.As Dennis attained national visibility with his free energy promotion, numerous people approached us who had tried similar ventures, and we were told nightmarish accounts of being wiped out by conspiratorial activities.

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We received offers to buy us out, which culminated in an offer of around $1 billion to bribe us to stop pursuing alternative energy.

Dennis rejected the offer made by European interests, given through a CIA man, and a month later Dennis was thrown into jail with a $1 million bail on fabricated charges.

I was largely raised in Ventura, California; my mother ran the household while my father worked to support the family.

His entire career was spent working for the federal government, and all but one year was spent working for the Department of Defense.

As Dennis attained national visibility with his free energy promotion, numerous people approached us who had tried similar ventures, and we were told nightmarish accounts of being wiped out by conspiratorial activities.

Kangaroo courts, prison, murder, threatening phone calls in the night, and hiding from the murderers were common tales, and were the kind that few Americans hear firsthand.

I was taught that the Soviets were the bad guys, and my family generally supported politicians from the Democratic Party.

million bail on fabricated charges.I was largely raised in Ventura, California; my mother ran the household while my father worked to support the family.His entire career was spent working for the federal government, and all but one year was spent working for the Department of Defense.As Dennis attained national visibility with his free energy promotion, numerous people approached us who had tried similar ventures, and we were told nightmarish accounts of being wiped out by conspiratorial activities.

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Their perspectives can be divergent, but sometimes are nearly identical.

Our efforts at developing alternative energy were definitely the targets of conspiracies.

Policemen and others committed felonies while pursuing us, leading to the death of one woman.

The police may throw people in jail for curing cancer, but may not know the real reason they threw them in jail (or even care). It seems afflicted by too-often rejecting the notion that people can be consciously malicious and act in concert.

Only a small proportion of our populace is devoted to evil.The first alternative political literature that I read, other than the Christian Science Monitor (which is only slightly alternative), was conspiratorial literature, from conspiracies regarding instigating our wars, to controlling the banking system, to eliminating the USA's sovereignty.While Dennis was still in jail, I was introduced to Noam Chomsky and the political left.Fundamentalist Christians populate the right and academics populate the left.



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