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    Submission Processing Center - Pun Intended

    They demand I submissively submit my submission of money and papers to the Submission Processing Center.  is a Submission Processing Center, a new land of USA bought and set up for the purpose of not obeying the laws of USA since its outside of USA. Newsflash... If you expand your country's land, the laws of the land apply to that land too. But in this Submission Processing Center, prisoners are tortured into submission for information.

    On May 20, 2009, the United States Senate passed an amendment to the Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2009 (H.R. 2346) by a 90-6 vote to block funds needed for the transfer or release of prisoners held at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. As of May 2011, 171 detainees remain at Guantanamo.

    In other words, they don't have the money to release innocent prisoners and/or to stop torturing people for information. How much different is that from the other Submission Processing Center who makes us all submissive slaves to money?

    If claims by 1 police officer or a few agreeing civilians in a courtroom is proof "beyond a reasonable doubt", then so is anything on Wikipedia that survives many edits. "Beyond a reasonable doubt" is sometimes wrong, and so is Wikipedia, but because of the  which describes a big part of the way Wikipedia is updated, something staying on a Wikipedia through many edits is proof "beyond a reasonable doubt", regardless of the judges and lawyers who disagree because of their ignorance of math. I've observed agreeing variations of that quoted statement on Wikipedia, and it fits with other things we know about Guantanamo Bay, so the quote should be accepted as true beyond a reasonable doubt.

    The words they use are important. Its a psychology thing to make us more submissive.

    We have our own Submission Processing Center, targeted at the central banks...

    Government must submissively submit to democracy.

    Wed, Dec 14, 2011  Permanent link
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