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Ten thousand Roman soldiers marching to war. Shiny spears, swords, and shields carrying the mafia’s propaganda. Animals chained in a cage of military discipline. War is suffering, death and destruction.

People working the land, harvesting food, hoping the mafia, its thugs and terrorists armed to the teeth, don’t come near them. They know war can be prevented. Intelligent people don’t harm others.

Centuries later – Quack quack… left-right, Hee haw… yes sir, Bang bang… kill kill.

The bloodbath, called the invasion of Australia. The Frankenstein British terrorist law.

Had Australia been settled by peaceful, tolerant people, a place over there for a hospital, school, shop, houses, place to grow crops, animals. Humanity, sharing and caring.

British terrorist law is six thugs surrounding a boy and five accessories. One clubbing the boy 16-plus times. Vicious assault, grievous bodily harm. Delay of trial, interpreted, obstruction of justice.

British terrorist law caught on camera. British terrorist law howling, the pixels lied. Missing backpacker? Plausible.

Since the Roman era, the mafia, its thugs and armed terrorists haven’t changed.

Forget about the mafia’s religion. The mythical cash cow, Jesus, won’t intervene. The real Jesus was crucified and Saint Julian Assange for displaying the truth about the mafia.

Eyes open, peaceful people.

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