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shows your intellectual worth: Devoid of substantive evidence supporting your claim.

Leaked and declassified Government documents relating to the Gulf of Tonkin incident are not opinions. The private writings of Edward M. House and Woodrow Wilson on the sinking of the Lusitania are not opinions. The prosecution of US banks under the Trading With the Enemy act in World War II is not an opinion. The works of the Hoover Institute of Stanford's Antony Sutton are not opinions, nor are the writings of Georgetown Professor Carrol Quigley.

They're quantitatively factual works implicating the fascist cabal of bankers, the military industrial complex, and governments in virtually every war in American history.

The fecal matter you're intent on spouting is the only opinion to be seen here.

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