Monday, March 4, 2013

The Illuminati Were behind Church's Chicken's Push to Sterlize Black Men

Back in the early 1990s, African Americans began claiming that secret and unknown ingredients used in Church's fried chicken were sterilizing males. This conspiracy theory has seen much press but has largely been dismissed as urban legend. To believe this to be nothing more than hyped up folklore is to be duped by the New World Order.

Current theories about who was behind the Church's conspiracy revolve around the Ku Klux Klan, and they sound highly plausible too. The company has its headquarters in Georgia (a state renowned for bigotry and racial tension) and serves a high number of African American customers. The ideas about KKK indicate that the hate group planned to use the chicken restaurants as a secret means of sterilizing black men. According to the theories, the KKK did this in order to prevent blacks from reporducing and thus reducing their population.       
Many of those theories have been debunked thanks to the "objective" investigations and conclusions from the FDA, and that's where the Illuminati have left their calling card. The proof and testimonies that accuse Church's of attempting to sterilize people are too many to ignore. Besides, it'd be too easy to slip in a toxic ingredient that could have such devastating effects on the human reproduction system. Once discovered, Church's had to move fast to avoid being fully exposed as the culprit, and given that they're controlled by the Illuminati (like all other mega-chains), they received backup from the federal government. In order to assure the good citizens that Church's fried chicken was safe, the FDA released its reports. Everyone felt better and the sterilization efforts ceased. Unfortunately for those who maintained that they were sterilized by the chicken chain, they were branded as irrational and paranoid loons.

The Illuminati have employed a high number of methods to implement their selective breeding programs. At the beginning of the 20th century, it was the eugenics movement. Then it was genocide. Now, it's subtle tactics that will take more time but will nonetheless be highly effective. Whenever someone claims that they're being persecuted or destroyed by a corporation, the government, etc., pay attention. They know what they're talking about, and their enemies want you to think that they're delusional nuts. Don't fall for it.

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