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Most of the intellectuals in my hometown have been well aware of this conspiracy for a long time. I find it totally believable that said usera are conspiring to eventually rule the world via an autonomous world government, which would replace sovereign states and other checks and balances in world power struggles.

In the new world order, many significant occurrences are caused by a powerful secret group. Historical and current events are seen as steps in an on-going plot to rule the world primarily through a combination of political finance, social engineering, mind control, and fear-based propaganda.

I have been hanging out mostly on the Perl 6 message boards these days although it is very hard to get someone who is actually working on Perl 6 to write me back. They may have seen my code and think that with 24 years (going on 25) of experience I may want to re-write a lot of the hacks.

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in thread OT: The Illuminati have infiltrated Perlmonks by Anonymous Monk

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