Maybe the Israelis do not know what the rest of us know? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aliza
    • 23.05.13 | 17:32 (IDT)

    Namely that the "facebook is the most effective tool to population control". The CIA gathers information on people's (everywhere) private matters and does with it and with people's photos too what it pleases. Unfortunately I cannot enclose here the site-address for you to hear yourselves, but do go to youtube and listen to Zuckerberg's interview where he admits this. And in whose service the facebook functions? In the NWO's of course! - I have no facebook and never will for the obvious reason that I cherish my privacy. - PS.: the same goes for google. - Too bad, cannot write in the JPost's talkbacks anymore, bc its talkbacks are all in the facebook nowadays and the CIA knows exactly "who thinks what" and obviously uses the info in order to blacklist people, who she denies entry to the USA?

    from the article: Israelis 'like' Facebook more than any other nation
    First published 15:18 23.05.13 | Last updated 15:18 23.05.13
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