MSM's "fatal attraction" for $hitler's List

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Flash Gordon

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jan 19, 2013
The Winnipeg Sun and QMI tried to kill $hitler's List by attacking the messenger. They failed miserably. Once again,$hitler's List has found its way into hundreds of newspapers across North America and continues to spread worldwide.$hitler's List persists because like art, it has taken on a life of its own. It's organic!

It resonates with everyone on different levels. It transcends geography, religion and culture. It exposes corruption and greed in a way that seems impossible to ignore. At the same time, it points out the perpetrators and promises justice. The guilty feel threatened by its rhetoric, knowing people have grown tired of the lies and deception they are spoonfed by Mainstream Media.

People are demanding truth and justice. They know the only way to get it is to confront their oppressors head-on, expose their criminality for all the world to see & bring them to justice.

$hitler's List cuts through censorship the same way it cuts through the B.S. of Mainstream media. If it bleeds, it leads.

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