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  1. ... of 20,000 attendees at once. Around 430BC the citizen population was up to 35,000 to 40,000. By 317BC, at the time Athens...

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  2. Asking people who have no idea what life was like at the time will result in nothing but opinions based on what they've been taught to believe rather than take the initiative to educate themselves. Using this as a source of truth will never work because people tend to view the...

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  3. It's all about power and money. No other reason for it to even exist. The elite invented a "power" that "watches" you 24/7, to keep you in fear, and to keep you paying. If dullards didn't pay preachers for lying to...

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  4. Yes and still does, and they are the wealthiest and most educated blacks in Atlanta today

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  5. In England, 1% of people were Peers.  In Scotland, it was 10%. There were many Lords of the Manor, who were technically noble, but, had no Peerage titles.  Still...

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  6. Yes, there's a good movie based on true events made right after the end of WW2 about Nazi spies living in New York City called The House on 92nd Street. Some...

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  7. Germany has an ageing population due to a low birth rate and for a long time has ...the Germany) to similarly boost the working age population . Many of the refugees have above-average ...

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