Bernie Sanders is the Gatekeeper of the Democrat Monopoly of the Left

Bernie the Bomber’s Bad Week

by Will Miller

In late April I was among the 25 Vermonters who occupied Congressman
Bernie Sanders’ Burlington office to protest his support of the NATO
bombing of Yugoslavia and the ongoing war against Iraq. Calling ourselves
the “Instant Antiwar Action Group,” we decided to bring our outrage at
Bernie’s escalating hypocrisy directly to his office, an action that resulted
in 15 of us being arrested for trespass.

Many of us worked on Bernie’s campaigns through
1980’s, the years he was–as the local press repeatedly put it–
the “avowed socialist” Mayor of Burlington, Vermont. His descent
into de facto membership the Democratic party has been a major setback
for the task of building a real electoral alternative to the
two factions of the corporate property that monopolize what passes
for political choice in the United States. Bernie’s selling out
says clearly to working people and those unable to find work
that even leftists become mainstream politicians, when and if
they win office.

Sanders presented himself to the left outside of Vermont
as the leader of the third party movement, vanquishing the two major
parties in every Mayoral election from 1981-88.

When he first got elected Mayor of Burlington he was
the only elected U.S. official to attend the anniversary of the Sandinista
Revolution in Managua. The Gannett owned Burlington Free Press
said he had to be removed from office “by any means necessary.”
Now that same Burlington Free Press endorses his Congressional

Bernie became an imperialist to get elected in 1990.
In August, 1990–after the Bush administration enticed Iraq into
invading Kuwait–Sanders said he wasn’t “going to let some damn
war cost him the election,” according to a staff member who was
present at the time. So Sanders backed the buildup in the Persian Gulf
and dumped on the left anti-imperialist peace movement, singling
out his former allies like Dave Dellinger for public criticism.

He lost in 1988 Congressional race, the last time
the Democratic party ran an official candidate against him. In
that election Sanders and the Democrat, Paul Poirer, split the
majority of votes and the election went to the Republican, Peter Smith.

Bernie–out of office for the first time in eight years–
then went to the Kennedy School at Harvard for six months and came
back with a new relationship with the state’s Democrats. The
Vermont Democratic Party leadership has allowed no authorized
candidate to run against Bernie in 1990 (or since) and in return,
Bernie has repeatedly blocked third party building. His closet party,
the Democrats, are very worried about a left 3rd party forming in
Vermont. In the last two elections, Sanders has prevented
Progressives in his machine from running against Howard Dean,
our conservative Democratic Governor who was ahead of Gingrich in
the attack on welfare.

The unauthorized Democratic candidate in 1990, Delores
Sandoval, an African American faculty member at the University of
Vermont, was amazed that the official party treated her as a nonperson
and Bernie kept outflanking her to her right. She opposed the
Gulf build-up, Bernie supported it. She supported decriminalization
of drug use and Bernie defended the war on drugs, and so on…..

After being safely elected in November of 1990, Bernie
continued to support the buildup while seeking membership in the
Democratic Congressional Caucus–with the enthusiastic support of t
he Vermont Democratic Party leadership. But, the national Democratic Party
blew him off, so he finally voted against the war and returned home–and
as the war began–belatedly claimed to be the leader of the anti-war
movement in Vermont.

Since 1991 the Democrats have given Bernie membership
in their Congressional Caucus. Reciprocally, Bernie has become an
ardent imperialist. Sanders endorsed Clinton in 1992 and 1996. In
1992 he described Clinton as the “lesser of evils,” (a justification
he used to denounce when he was what the local press called an
“avowed socialist”). By 1996 he gave Clinton an unqualified
endorsement. He has been a consistent “Friend of Bill’s” from
since 1992. One student I know worked on the Clinton Campaign
in 1996 and all across Vermont, Bernie was on the stage with
the rest of the Vermont Democratic Party Leadership, while the
unauthorized Democratic candidate for his Congressional seat was
kept out in the audience.

Sanders continues to support sanctions even though the
Iraqi body count has now passed 1.5 million. Just as he has supported
every bombing of Iraq since 1992. When Clinton sent military
units to Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in October, 1994 because Iraq
moved troops inside Iraq closer to the Kuwait border (apparently
about 100 miles away), Bernie supported this because “we cannot
tolerate aggression.”

As a Congressman in Vermont he has allied himself the
MIA/POW crowd, the American Legion and the VFW, the very groups that
red baited him as Mayor. At the same time he and his staff “forget”
to invite the Green Mountain Veteran’s for Peace–the only anti-
imperialist veterans group in the state–to his sponsored Veterans
events. He sends out mailings to veterans that supports the US
having “the strongest military in the world,” while praising
our sacrifices as veterans “for the freedom of Americans.”

Bernie regularly rides out with the rest of the Vermont
Congressional delegation defending the military contracts in Vermont
against cuts by the Pentagon, while arguing that some moderation in
military spending is possible on the grounds “that the threat of communism
is over” (WCAX interview, 10/94).

Incidentally, Sanders now has a stronger record voting
on the Democratic side in the Congress than either Bonier or Gephardt
–the Congressional Leadership of the Democratic Party. It is
tempting to situate Sanders within the framework of the Congress
as a whole. By that standard he doesn’t look so bad–though that’s
a very low standard to use. But remember, unlike Maxine Waters
or Ron Dellums who moved continuously to their left during their
Congressional careers, Bernie got where he is now by a lurch
to the right. He promises working people, the aged, the poor,
and the “vanishing middle class” that he will defend them while
he repeatedly blocks the building of the anti-capitalist political
movement and party that might actual make such promises legitimate.
Indeed, when challenged publicly about his failure to help build
a left alternative to the major capitalist parties, Sanders claims
he is now too busy with his work in Congress to be

Among his other discredits, Sanders supported the
Federal Crime Bill that give the gave the capitalist state more than
50 new pretexts to execute members of the working class–because
those without capital get the punishment. He did this while courting
the Vermont Police Chief’s Assn. Sanders also voted to extradite
Assata Shakur from Cuba in violation of the existing treaties with Cuba.

Recently, Bernie championed in Congress the dumping
of Vermont’s nuclear waste near Sierra Blanca, Texas, a low income
border community with a mostly Latino population that is overwhelmingly
opposed to the dump project. Environmental racism and classism
seem not to bother him.

On a related issue, Bernie was recently asked by the local
press why he was the only member of Vermont’ s three member
Congressional delegation who had no person of color on his staff.
Bernie responded that “we’re hiring the most qualified people
we can.”

For all of these reasons, we are sitting-in at Bernie
Sander’s Office. We call on all Vermonters who shares our concern
and horror at what U.S. Empire is doing in Yugoslavia and Iraq to
make your voices heard.

The response to our occupation of Bernie’s office was, unfortunately,
consistent with his lurch to the mainstream. At 6:30 PM, one half hour
after closing time, Philip Fiermonte of Bernie’s staff had 15 of us
arrested for trespass. Sanders refused a conference call with those in
the occupation, which was carried out nonviolently and with no
disruption to his staff. Fiermonte claimed he could not contact Sanders
for the four hours of the occupation– if true, it still another way Bernie
has gotten out of touch in the Congress.
Ironically, Fiermonte was one of the defendants in the celebrated Winooski
44 case in 1984, where the conservative U.S. Senator Robt. Stafford’s (R-VT)
office was occupied for his support of Reagan’s murderous wars in Central
America. At least Stafford’s staff let the occupation continue for three days
before having anyone arrested.

In the following week, Bernie, doing quick damage control, ducked
responsibility for arresting the “Sanders 15” and got himself included at
the last minute with a Congressional delegation going to Austria to meet with
representatives of the Russian Duna to bring the Russians in to help broker
a settlement in the US/NATO war in Yugoslavia. But, before leaving to see
the Russians, he voted in favor of the continued bombing of Yugoslavia,
a bombing that the Russians had already said would have to stop as a
precondition for any settlement. A general town meeting has already been
scheduled for the following Monday, so he turned it to a “town meeting on Kosovo.”

Apparently, Bernie Sanders has forgotten what a Town Meeting is.
Perhaps he lived in Burlington (too “big” for town meetings) and Washington
(scared to death of town meetings) for so many years he cannot recall how a
democratic town meeting actually works. No one is allowed to appoint themselves
the moderator for the town meeting and persons who are partisans on the issues
before the town are excluded from the moderator’s election in favor of persons
who can moderate fairly and evenhandedly.

Sanders as the self-appointed moderator/boss opened the evening with naked
self-justification. “It is a very complex situation…” followed by the ritual of
demonization of Milosevic–a technique he has perfected over the last eight years on
Saddam Hussein of Iraq. Then he presented the false dilemma that the only alternative
to bombing is doing nothing. Sanders said his situation was the same as that of Joschka
Fischer’s of the Green Party, Germany’s Foreign Minister, who has outraged his Green
Party membership by supporting the bombing his coalition government is carrying
out as part of NATO.

Back in Vermont the assembled citizenry moaned audibly.

He continued by subjecting the packed room of over 200 people to more than
an hour of a panel presentation by people of his own choosing; even then, only one
panelist overtly supported his position–Bogdan Denich, a professor from New York
City and leader of the pro-imperialist wing of the Democratic Socialists of America.
Another panelist, Shirley Gedeon, a UVM Economist whose speciality is the Balkans,
undercut Sander’s historical analysis and a third, Roddy Cleary, a feminist and
religious activist, challenged he support of the bombing directly.

Apparently, with all the college and universities in Vermont, Bernie had to
travel far into flatlander territory to find an academic willing to support his
“bomb now, talk later” position. In fact, Denich went beyond Bernie’s present position
and called for sending in ground troops, immediately.

After allotting the panelists and himself 12 minutes each and now more than an
hour and a half into the meeting, the people finally had a chance to speak. But only for 2
minutes each, dictated the self-appointed moderator Bernie! And this after having
lectured us on how “complex” the issue of the US/NATO War on Yugoslavia really is.
When he was challenged by a few members of the meeting about his undemocratic
restriction of peoples’ speech, he said anyone who didn’t like it could leave. It seems
when Sanders was in college in Chicago, he learned more from Mayor Richard J. Daley
than from his academic studies.

The overwhelming majority of the people present were against Sander’s support for the
bombing. Even with all his attempts to control the meeting, the people had at him for
more than an hour and a half. He was denounced for his selling out to the Empire and
it’s war machine and for his support for the 9 year old war against Iraq and his active
support for every US intervention since he has been in Congress–Iraq, Somalia,
Haiti, Bosnia, Liberia, Zaire (Congo), Albania, Sudan, Afghanistan and Yugoslavia.
He was further criticized for his refusal to ban or even object to the use of depleted
uranium with it’s long term toxicity in both Iraq and Yugoslavia. Sanders even tried
to escape responsibility for arresting 15 of his constituents in his office one week ago
for the crime of wanting to talk to him without an appointment by blaming those arrested
for their arrest, as if they went out and brought the police in to arrest themselves.

Sanders was repeatedly unresponsive to questions put to him. He evasiveness
and arrogance did not serve him well. In the end, only a few people defended him.
Whatever else Sanders gets for his joining the other side in the global struggle for
social justice–he has lost the left and the peace movement here is Vermont.
Maybe in the next election he will finally have to run officially as the Democrat he
has been for the last 9 years! And then the people of Vermont will be free to build t
he anti-capitalist political movement and party that Sanders has worked so hard to
block for more than a decade.

People left the meeting resolving to escalate the antiwar movement before
the US escalates the war with an invasion of ground troops. The latest leaks out of
NATO sources in Europe suggest that the current plan is to invade with troops
by the end of May.
Remember Vietnam!
Never again!

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The Trump Administration

The Trump Administration

President Donald J. Trump download-8 Nationalist
Vice President Mike Pence download-8 Establishment

White House Advisors

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download-7White House Chief Strategist
Stephen K. Bannon was also considered for chief of staff, but Mr. Trump instead named him chief strategist and senior counselor in the White House, saying that he and Mr. Priebus would be “working as equal partners” in the administration.

Stephen K. Bannon download-8 Nationalist
a right-wing media executive and the chairman of the president’s campaign. He is a leading conservative voice in overturning globalist policies.

download-7National Security Adviser
The national security adviser, although not a member of the cabinet, is a critical gatekeeper for policy proposals from the State Department, the Pentagon and other agencies

Michael T. Flynn download-8 Military Nationalist
A retired Army lieutenant general and former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. General Flynn has been outspoken about his view of the threat posed by Islamist militancy and was an ardent supporter of Mr. Trump during the campaign.


download-7White House Counselor

Kellyanne Conway download-8 Nationalist
President Trump’s  former campaign manager, confidante and spokeswoman. Ms. Conway also has a pollster background and therefore may rely on this skill set to keep tabs on public sentiment. She will be the mouthpiece to combat MSM propaganda.

download-7White House Counsel


As the president’s adviser on legal matters, the White House counsel may have an unusually daunting job in the Trump administration, given Mr. Trump’s far-reaching business empire and potential conflicts of interest.

Donald F. McGahn II download-8 Establishment
Mr. McGahn, who served as general counsel for the Trump campaign. Mr. McGahn, a Washington lawyer who pushed to deregulate campaign finance and election laws, served on the Federal Election Commission for five years.

download-7Special Adviser on Regulatory Reform


This new position will oversee the president’s promised effort to unwind as many regulations on business as he can.

Carl Icahn download-8 Nationalist
Mr. Icahn, a billionaire investor and famed “corporate raider” who buys large stakes in companies and then forces policy changes to benefit shareholders. Mr. Icahn, who was an economic adviser during the campaign, is a longtime friend of Mr. Trump. He will deal with the Wall Street, K Street, and Silicon Valley crowd, and keep them in check. He supports a 21st Century Glass Stegal Act to regulate excess. 


download-7White House Chief of Staff

The chief of staff manages the work and personnel of the West Wing, steering the president’s agenda and tending to important relationships. The role will take on outsize importance in a White House run by Mr. Trump, who has no experience in policy making and little in the way of connections to critical players in Washington.

Reince Priebus download-8 Establishment
the chairman of the Republican National Committee.


download-9C.I.A. Director

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The new C.I.A. director will have to decide whether to undo a C.I.A. “modernization” plan put in place this year by Director John O. Brennan, and how to proceed if the president orders a resumption of harsh interrogation tactics — critics have described the tactics as torture — for terrorism suspects.

Mike Pompeo download-8 Military Nationalist
 A representative of Kansas and a former Army officer, as his nominee. Mr. Pompeo is a member of the House Intelligence Committee and was a sharp critic of Hillary Clinton during the congressional investigation into the 2012 attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

download-10Director of National Intelligence

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The person who holds this post is the president’s principal adviser on intelligence and oversees the entire military and civilian intelligence apparatus. The coordination between the intelligence agencies of the military and civilian wings will be vital for the war on the Islamic State

(Likely Choice) Rudolph W. Giuliani download-8 Nationalist
Former New York mayor

download-30Secretary of State

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Whether Mr. Trump picks an ideologue or a seasoned foreign policy hand from past Republican administrations, his challenge will be that the State Department is the centerpiece of the post-1945 experiment of alliance-building and globalism, which Mr. Trump said he would dismantle.

(Likely Choice) David H. Petraeus
download-8 Military Nationalist
Former four-star Army general and director of the Central Intelligence Agency, who resigned amid a scandal involving the mishandling of classified material

download-43U.N. Ambassador

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Second to the secretary of state, the United States ambassador to the United Nations will be the primary face of America to the world, representing the country’s interests at the Security Council on a host of issues, from Middle East peace to nuclear proliferation.

Nikki R. Haley download-8 Tea Party Nationalist
Ms. Haley, the governor of South Carolina. The daughter of immigrants from India, she was a prominent and frequent critic of Mr. Trump early in his run.

download-33Defense Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The incoming secretary will shape the fight against the Islamic State while overseeing a military that is struggling to put in place two Obama-era initiatives: integrating women into combat roles and allowing transgender people to serve openly. Both could be rolled back.

James N. Mattis download-8 Military Nationalist
General Mattis, who led a Marine division to Baghdad during the 2003 invasion of Iraq and led the United States Central Command from 2010-13. General Mattis, now retired, has been a critic of the Obama administration. He would need a waiver from Congress to lead the Pentagon because he has been out of uniform for less than seven years.


download-11Attorney General

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The nation’s top law enforcement official will have the authority for carrying out Mr. Trump’s “law and order” platform. The nominee can change how civil rights laws are enforced.

Jeff Sessions download-8 Nationalist
Senator Sessions, of Alabama, as his nominee. Mr. Sessions is a strong proponent of strict immigration enforcement, reduced spending and tough-on-crime measures. His nomination for a federal judgeship in 1986 was rejected because of racially charged comments and actions, which are very likely to become an issue as he faces another set of Senate confirmation hearings.


download-15Homeland Security Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The hodgepodge agency, formed after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, has one key role in the Trump administration: guarding the United States’ borders. If Mr. Trump makes good on his promises of widespread deportations and building a wall, this secretary will have to carry them out.

John F. Kelly download-8 Military Nationalist
A retired four-star Marine general, whose son was killed in combat in Afghanistan.


images-10Energy Secretary

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Despite its name, the primary purview of the Energy Department is to protect and manage the nation’s arsenal of nuclear weapons.
(Likely Choice) Harold G. Hamm download-8
Chief executive of Continental Resources, an oil and gas company


download-17Secretary of Veterans Affairs

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The secretary will face the task of improving the image of a department Mr. Trump has widely criticized. Mr. Trump repeatedly argued that the Obama administration neglected the country’s veterans, and he said that improving their care was one of his top priorities.
Jeff Miller download-8 Establishment
Retired representative from Florida who was chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee

download (12).pngTreasury Secretary

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The secretary will be responsible for government borrowing in financial markets, assisting in any rewrite of the tax code and overseeing the Internal Revenue Service. The Treasury Department also carries out or lifts financial sanctions against foreign enemies — which are key to President Obama’s Iran deal and rapprochement with Cuba.

Steven Mnuchin download-8 Nationalist

Mr. Mnuchin, who served as his campaign finance chairman. Mr. Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive, has deep roots in Hollywood but no government experience. An Anti-globalist, who has inside knowledge of the economy.


download-13Commerce Secretary

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The Commerce Department has been a perennial target for budget cuts, but the secretary oversees a diverse portfolio, including the census, the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Wilbur Ross download-8 Nationalist
Mr. Ross, an investor whose fortune is estimated by Forbes to be $2.9 billion. Mr. Ross has said the United States must free itself from the “bondage” of “bad trade agreements,” and has advocated threats to impose steep tariffs on China. He will help in renegotiating trade deals, and applying tariffs on companies shipping jobs oversees. 


download-14Labor Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The Labor Department enforces rules that protect the nation’s workers, distributes benefits to the unemployed and publishes economic data like the monthly jobs report. The new secretary will be in charge of keeping Mr. Trump’s promise to dismantle many Obama-era rules covering the vast work force of federal contractors.

Andrew F. Puzder download-8 Establishment
The chief executive of CKE Restaurants — and a donor to his campaign — who has criticized the Obama administration’s labor policies. 


download-34Education Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

Mr. Trump has said he wants to drastically shrink the Education Department and shift responsibilities for curriculum research, development and educational aid to state and local governments.

Betsy DeVos download-8 Nationalist
Ms. DeVos, a former chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party and an education activist who is a passionate believer in school choice, as his nominee. 


download (16).pngSecretary of Housing and Urban Development

Requires Senate confirmation

The secretary oversees fair-housing laws, the development of affordable housing and access to mortgage insurance. As a real estate developer, Mr. Trump is attuned to the tax breaks for housing development.

Ben Carson download-8 Nationalist
A former neurosurgeon and presidential candidate to be his nominee to lead HUD. Mr. Carson had previously said he did not want to work in government.


download-35Health and Human Services Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The secretary will help Mr. Trump achieve one of his central campaign promises: to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The department approves new drugs, regulates the food supply, operates biomedical research, and runs Medicare and Medicaid, which insure more than 100 million people.

Tom Price download-8 Establishment
Mr. Price, a six-term Republican congressman from Georgia and orthopedic surgeon who has led opposition to the Affordable Care Act. Mr. Price has said the law interferes with the ability of patients and doctors to make medical decisions.


download-37Transportation Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The next transportation secretary will oversee Mr. Trump’s campaign pledge to increase infrastructure funding to rebuild America’s roads, bridges, airports and transit systems.

Elaine L. Chao download-8 Establishment
Ms. Chao, the labor secretary under President George W. Bush. Ms. Chao, who is married to the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, has been a fixture of the Republican establishment in Washington.


download-38Interior Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The Interior Department manages the nation’s public lands and waters. The next secretary will decide the fate of Obama-era rules that stop public land development; curb the exploration of oil, coal and gas; and promote wind and solar power on public lands.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers download-8 Nationalist
Representative from Washington


download-40Agriculture Secretary

Requires Senate confirmation

The agriculture secretary oversees America’s farming industry, inspects food quality and provides income-based food assistance. The department also helps develop international markets for American products, giving the next secretary partial responsibility to carry out Mr. Trump’s positions on trade.
Sid Millerdownload-8 Nationalist

Commissioner of agriculture for Texas


download (18).pngU.S. Trade Representative

Requires Senate confirmation

The president’s chief trade negotiator will have the odd role of opposing new trade deals, trying to rewrite old ones and bolstering the enforcement of what Mr. Trump sees as unfair trade, especially with China.
Dan DiMicco download-8 Nationalist

Former chief executive of the Nucor Corporation, a steel production company, and a critic of Chinese trade practices

images-11E.P.A. Administrator

Requires Senate confirmation

The Environmental Protection Agency, which issues and oversees environmental regulations, is under threat from the president-elect, who has vowed to dismantle the agency “in almost every form.”

Scott Pruitt download-8 Establishment
he Oklahoma attorney general, who is a close ally of the fossil fuel industry.


download-45Small Business Administration

Requires Senate confirmation

The agency guarantees loans for small businesses, helps them get government contracts and supports their interests on Capitol Hill.

Linda McMahon download-8 Establishment
The former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment to lead the agency. Ms. McMahon, a failed Senate candidate from Connecticut, was with her husband, Vince, one of Mr. Trump’s biggest donors.



#PizzaGate: Disturbing Evidence of Satanic Ritual Abuse of CNN’s Anderson Cooper by Mom, Gloria Vanderbilt

The Pizzagate Files

Source: Disturbing Evidence of Satanic Ritual Abuse of CNN’s Anderson Cooper by Mom, Gloria Vanderbilt

PATRIOT NEWS: The following are a compilation of excerpts from various other sites and commentary via our site. All of our commentary is marked “P.N.” :

Affair: Gloria created something of a sensation by having an affair with Frank Sinatra and leaving her internationally famous husband, maestro Leopold Stokowski. She got custody of Stan and Chris

P.N. – Anderson Cooper is one of the foremost paid/brainwashed liars in the CIA, and is one of the top Jesuit CIA “go-to” traitors for their neverending False Flag Gun Grab Psy-Ops. His Sandy Hook Hoax performances will live on in infamy throughout the annals of history as some of the saddest, most disgraceful actions in American television “journalist” history. We asked him if his being molested by his notorious Jesuit/Illuminati mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, might have skewed his…

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