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  • n. Plural form of brainwashing (alternative spelling of brain-washings).


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  • Yes you are right presently in the UK everything becomes skewed by a dreadful quality of population, and all types of related - corruptions, brainwashings, sanctifications of mediocrity, and even open betrayals.

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  • During the Korean War he becomes a symbol for both sides and undergoes a series of contradictory brainwashings and re-indoctrinations.

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  • Most British people have been spoon fed years of brainwashings to hate communism and hate

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  • Some time ago, nostalgically reminiscing about it, I figured that there had to have been covert groundwork laid-out long before the Visitors’ arrival, maybe even years in advance – infiltrations, abductions and brainwashings of Important People (or use of impostors), earlier contacts with certain corporate and political personalties, secret deals under the table, threats, blackmailings, etc.

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