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Ninety Five Theses For Justice: a People's Petition for Redress from Federated Repression

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When a people feel unjustly targeted for repression and subjugation, they have a God given right to seek relief from the yoke of oppression. We are a people born free and we have a right to live our lives free of systematic and state-sponsored maltreatment. I thus rise in the defense of freedom and liberty to present this petition to our government. I wrote this on behalf of all Americans and people globally who are suffering under the boot of federated corruption where a few rule by coercion while the rest of us suffer the duress of economic distress.--Teodrose Fikre 

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