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Your government made it illegal for you to put humans in cages, but they made deals with aliens to put humans in cages and to kill them and eat them. Now what do you think of your government?
Dulce, New Mexico is a small town, but it's a bee hive of activity for aliens. This article by Sherry Shriner will tell you more about it. These aliens eat humans and they keep them in cages, until they are ready to kill them. They love children! If you want someone to sit down and tell you all about the Dulce underground base, for the next 30 minutes, this video will do that for you. You'll get an earful. It took Sherry years to accumulate this information and I've read a lot about Dulce and what she writes is in accordance with what I've read. This report is the best I can do to working up to doing the Thomas Castello Story.
When I get up the nerve, I'm going to tell you the Thomas Castello story. He was an eye witness who saw thousands of humans in cages. Andy Pero saw them too and I have already done the Project Superman series. Look for the playlist on this channel.
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Venezuela's deteriorating oil quality riles major refiners Alexandra Ulmer, Marianna Parraga
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CARACAS/HOUSTON (Reuters) - Venezuela’s state-run oil firm, PDVSA, is increasingly delivering poor quality crude oil to major refiners in the United States, India and China, causing repeated complaints, canceled orders and demands for discounts, according to internal PDVSA documents and interviews with a dozen oil executives, workers, traders and inspectors. FILE PHOTO: The logo of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA is seen next to a mural depicting Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez at a gas station in Caracas, Venezuela March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo
The disputes involve cargoes soiled with high levels of water, salt or metals that can cause problems for refineries, according to the sources and internal PDVSA trade documents seen by Reuters.
The quality issues stem from shortages of chemicals and equipment to properly treat and store the oil…