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Aldous Leonard Huxley, 1894-1963. British writer
his best-known work, Brave New World (1932), paints a grim picture of a cabal organized utopia as shown in this quote

Idi Dada Oumee Amin, born circa 1925. Ugandan dictator (1971-1979) whose brutal and repressive regime ended when he fled the country after being deposed in a coup d'état

apnea.also.apnoea.noun,.plural.apneas
temporary absence or cessation of breathing; never consent for your loved ones to get what they call an apnea test, which is not a test at all, but a procedure, just like the covid con PCR test, which is also not a test, but called a test to hide the criminal procedure - here's why and how they do it in order to take advantage of you https://youtu.be/5IRQtONl2fs
apneic.adjective
apneic.noun,.plural.apneics

awning.noun,.plural.awnings
a rooflike structure, often made of canvas or plastic, that serves as a shelter, as over a storefront, window, door or deck

autopsy.noun,.plural.autopsies
examination of a cadaver to determine or confirm the cause of death; an assessment or examination after the fact; also called necropsy, postmortem, postmortem examination; from Greek 'autopsia' meaning 'a seeing for oneself', comprised with 'auto-' meaning 'self' + 'opsis' meaning 'sight'
autopsic or autopsical.adjective
autopsist.noun,.plural.autopsists
those who do autopsies

ago.adverb
before the present (used with a measurement of time)
ago.adjective
gone by; past (it was two years ago we had a vacation); in the past (the cabal has gotten worse over time, but their plans have been ongoing for millennia of time); when the word 'ago' is followed by a clause, the clause should be introduced by the word 'that' rather than the word 'since', such as in the sentence 'it was sixty years ago that I left this place', not, 'it was sixty years ago since I left this place')

ahold.noun
a grip onto; ahold onto (can you please grab ahold of the other end of this table so we can move it over here? she took ahold of the old lady's arm to assist her in walking over the gravel road); if you get ahold of someone or something, you manage to contact or find them
get ahold.phrasal_verb
if you get ahold of someone or something, you have contacted them or it (after searching the Internet to find her, I finally got ahold of her email)

army.noun,.plural.armies
a large group of people organized and trained to protect good people from criminals of any kind
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