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12/21/2011 | 2:38:18 PM
re: IBM Acquires Social Services Software Developer
Elizabeth ~ First regarding your IBM Social Service Article I thought you should be aware of some of their prior SOCIAL SERVICE WORK IN GOV. Keep in mind that IBM had their software in every concentration camp and that same software is on trial with fed judge Shira Scheindlin for APARTHEID WAR CRIMES and they and Lockheed have that software/killware in the US Census Bureau now tracking you and your family and friends and all your assets. Welcome to the United Concentration Camp of America, exactly what you would expect with Fascist Sellout UnPatriotic UnAmerican Nazi Fry Lovin Elitist Pigs running, I mean ruining, the country.

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IBM accused of WAR CRIMES in APARTHIED LAWSUIT before Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin of the US District Court - Southern District NY. IBM also a named Defendant in Iviewit Inventor Eliot I. BernsteinG«÷s Federal 12 Trillion RICO patent theft lawsuit. Have they disclosed all this to IBM Shareholders???
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IBM Gets An Ugly History Lesson
Betsy Schiffman, 02.12.01, 4:35 PM ET

NEW YORK - Like any efficiency-driven organization, the Nazis were big on technology. It wasn't just to order and track office supplies--they had to keep track of all the Jews in concentration camps. And to do that, they used IBM equipment.
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