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Deleted From History

Riss Flex reports that elite liberal males, all connected to the Military Industrial Complex, have been exposed trying to manipulate the timeline of history and change it to benefit themselves by removing all people of color from the list of innovators. Sadly, Flex emphasizes, this has happened multiple times throughout our history, demonstrating that if these breakthrough innovators and investors didn’t fit the Military Industrial Complex academia paradigm required, they were deleted from history.

Perhaps the most high-profile case in recent generations surrounds Shiva Ayyadurai, who as a 14-year-old Indian-American in 1978, developed the concept of email. He went on to earn a doctorate degree from MIT in biological engineering. Despite the facts documenting and confirming Ayyadurai’s invention, confusion still emerged later on the internet over his accomplishment. Dozens of professional witnesses surrounding the young inventor–from doctors to engineers, to journalists and scientists–stated what they witnessed. Says Flex, “Where is all this confusion coming from? We narrowed it down and all these people come right back to the Military Industrial Complex.”

In the following presentation, she pares down her probe to the four most intense protagonists, who engaged in the smear campaign against Dr. Ayyadurai–Walter Isaacson, former CEO of CNN, David Crocker, of Rand Corporation who created email.net, Nick Denton, of Gawker Media, and Ray Tomlinson, of Raytheon. Here’s more on her investigation.

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