Burning Books in Cyberspace? Orwell lives!

Spying on Everyone

I am an Indy author with five Award Winning Thriller novels published and a new one on the way. Link.

I’ve been “noticed.” I have a following on social media. I have to be there to market my novels. The Internet is the best way that authors who are not with a major publisher can promote their books.

Other than those active on social media, most are unaware that the society-changing “Fake News” war to suppress truth and free speech has spread into Cyberspace. The left has always wanted to censor its critics and erase history. Conservative authors are being targeted, personally attacked, and aggressively censored.

This conflict is now raging all over social media, mostly below the surface. It has aspects of what we saw in fiction in The Matrix, is an updated version of what Orwell put in 1984, and is also what I put in my own novel Privacy Wars.

According to Constitutional Law experts, there are no 1st Amendment rights in Cyberspace. Yet.

As huge corporations continue to exploit and abuse this omission to support their own agendas and political biases, I expect there will be a Supreme Court ruling on this.

I was blacklisted in 2016 on Amazon.

Censorship and intimidation will get worse as the next election cycle approaches. From Google, to Facebook, to Twitter, to YouTube, and beyond the social media firms – now the most prosperous companies in America – are a major part of the “Deep State.” Some of these firms have developed their own “cult” cultures and are purging  their firms of any who disagree.

Orwell’s Truth

“Guardians of allowed opinion” are in power. The so-called “Google Manifesto” is a recent example that has gone viral. Link 

This post is to share what’s going on in my small corner of this world with you and to request help from my readers and those who value Free Speech and First Amendment rights. It would help a lot if you would post reviews for my novels on Amazon. I’m blocked from posting there, even under my own author’s pages, and also for reviewing books.  LinkToMyBooksOnAmazon

Here are tidbits from my corner of the war in Cyberspace: Books. In the run-up to the amazing 2016 election crazy things were happening.

The New Hate Speech

I was early to Amazon. I was there doing book reviews since about 1996. Virtually all my reviews were positive, as why read a book if you hate it? Over the years, I posted about 120 reviews.

Here is the last review I posted on Amazon – it was there for only a day or so before it was deleted. I then got this note.

Hillary Lost

Your review could not be posted.

Thanks for submitting a customer review on Amazon. Your review could not be posted to the website in its current form. While we appreciate your time and comments, reviews must adhere to the following guidelines:

  from John D. Trudel on September 28, 2016

Straight propaganda. Don’t waste your money.

Straight propaganda. Don’t waste your money. See some book or film like “Stealing America” or “Clinton Cash” if you want the straight words about lying Hillary.

Yes, Hillary is the first woman candidate for the office of President of the United States. This woman is arguably the most corrupt person to ever be a serious candidate for the office, and — depending on what polls you believe — 60-70% of the U.S. public (including some who will vote for her) think she’s untrustworthy.

Deep end of the Swamp

Kennedy’s Warning

Hillary Clinton’s book broke records for its horrible reviews. Here are some of the early reviews. I found them clever.

[It’s now been puffed up to being 4.5/5 stars, so I expect all these are long gone. I didn’t check.]


Top Reviews for “Stronger Together” (9/28)– Hilarious

Top positive reviews

Showing 1-10 of 239 reviews (positive). Show all reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars I feel safe now.

By S. Mainon September 23, 2016

I was going to give this book an unfavorable review but I fear for my life.

77 comments| 905 people found this helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars The best review ever!!!!

By Pendeplume on September 25, 2016

Format: Paperback

The five stars are for the review written here by Daniel B., NOT THE BOOK! I had to re-post as it, NOT THE BOOK, is well worth the read.

“I was going to read this book … I really was. But just as I got started, I found myself under sniper fire, passed out, and fell and hit my head. After that I got double vision and had to wear glasses that were so damn thick I couldn’t even see to read. As if that wasn’t enough, I then had an allergic reaction to something and started coughing so hard I spit out what looked like a couple of lizard’s eyeballs, my limbs locked up, and I passed out and fell down again, waking up only to find out I had been diagnosed with pneumonia 2 days earlier. Somehow I managed to power through it all, but it’s a good thing I was able to make a small fortune on this random small trade in the commodities market (cattle futures or some such thing) and then, miracle of all miracles, a few banks offered me a few million to just talk to their employees for a few minutes – and all that really helped out because I swear I was dead broke and couldn’t figure out how I was gonna come up with the 6 bucks to pay for this book, let alone pay the $1,500 for my health insurance this month. I still want to read it, but, honestly, what difference at this point does it make? I hear it sucks anyway.”

17 comments| 970 people found this helpful.

5.0 out of 5 stars I liked the way someone at Amazon manipulated the numbers on …

By william vaughn on September 25, 2016

Format: Paperback

I liked the way someone at Amazon manipulated the numbers on theses reviews proving once again that hitlery Clinton is the most corrupt person to ever run for president just like she was the most corrupt Secretary of State ever. She needs somebody to alter results of reviews and polls because she is so dishonest that she has to hide how dishonest she is by being dishonest

9 comments| 726 people found this helpful.

5.0 out of 5 stars 5+Stars to the Authors….OF THE REVIEWS!

By suz702 on September 18, 2016

Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase

I didn’t buy this book or read this book, but I have read the reviews, and enjoyed hours of entertaining, fun filled reading, expressing the TRUTH, about a crooked, lying, corrupt, terminally ill Presidential candidate, who stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders, and who is about to steal the Presidency with the use of election fraud. 10 Stars to the authors of these reviews. Proof that not only are Amazon.com shoppers of superior intelligence, but they call it like they see it. More reviews please!

Amazon shows this as a verified purchase, when I didn’t buy the book…..how fun!

14 comments| 910 people found this helpful.

5.0 out of 5 starReviews are more entertaining and truthful than the book!

By jaws48 on September 24, 2016

Format: Paperback

Looked through the book preview…boring and full of BS. That said, however, the reviews are the best entertainment I’ve had in days! Amazon customers are the best. Sorry Amazon management sees fit to delete some of their customers’ best work!

5.0 out of 5 stars Please don’t suicide me…

By Greg. T on September 18, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

Truly the Mein Kamf for a new generation. I have never in my life been more inspired than I was after reading this magnificent account of Hillary’s struggles, particularly in regards the truth and her inability to avoid pandering. The mellifluous prose she employs makes it obvious that it took a village to raise this idiot and that one can overcome every hurdle in life, up to and including your husband using an intern as a cigar humidor.

I have a new found appreciation for the women who was heaved unceremoniously like a sack of potatoes into the back of her van and who then reemerged hours later, her Cyberdyne Systems microprocessor fully rebooted, to continue her run for our nation’s highest office: Commander and Thief.

17 comments| 760 people found this helpful.

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars

By Heck yeah! on September 16, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

My only disappointment with this book is that it ended before Batman showed up to haul her to jail.

3 comments| 626 people found this helpful.

5.0 out of 5 stars DIsappointed in Amazon

By Bill NE on September 25, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

The virtue of this book is that it has revealed Amazon’s scandalous practice of manipulating reviews for political objectives. I actually do find this hard to believe, and even harder to accept. Maybe I’m just a gullible fool, but I always looked to Amazon customer reviews for useful information. No more.

8 comments| 600 people found this helpful.

 Top Customer Reviews

1.0 out of 5 starsThe Case of the Missing Reviews

By Sherwood 4ust on September 23, 2016

Format: Paperback

Four days ago (the morning of Sept 19) there were 898 reviews of this book. By evening there were 983 reviews. The reviews were merciless and many quite funny (though mostly accurate). This morning I look and there’s 209 reviews. Hmmmmm, what happened to all those other reviews? Apparently Clinton has friends at Amazon.

Edited to add: In the WND article there was a comment “This may be the first book to receive more reviews than sales” and I think that’s possible. Meanwhile Hillary is laughing all the way to the bank. First she gets an $8 million dollar advance from Simon and Schuster for her last abysmal failure and now she’s getting somewhere around $14 million for this book. The woman could hustle Bernie Madoff.

1.0 out of 5 stars It came with a certificate good for one free ambassadorship and a guaranteed seat on …

By The One on September 21, 2016

Format: Paperback

I ordered this book from the Clinton Foundation for 2.5 million USD. It came with a certificate good for one free ambassadorship and a guaranteed seat on the State Department advisory board. I only give it one star because when I received the book I found all the pages had been deleted.

2.0 out of 5 stars Enslaved Together: A Utopian Blueprint for Nationalizing America’s Future

By Always Write on September 21, 2016

Format: Paperback Verified Purchase

On a technical level, the book is well written in that the authors give concise details of all their plans for America once they get their hands on her, if they do, that is. But I couldn’t stand listening to more than an hour of the Audible version I wasted a credit on and skimmed the remainder of my Kindle version, all the while shaking my head.

The book details ambitious plans for overhauling everything from infrastructure to manufacturing to clean energy, etc. and much within their first 100 days because they say that they aren’t going to wait for people such as “defeatists in Congress to take action.” The book also documents their plans for making debt-free college available to all Americans, but that section doesn’t say who’s going to foot the bill just a small statement that they are going to “Push employers to contribute to student-debt relief.”

The book also has sections on regulations for companies to make them “share profits with employees” and lots more promises of goodies for everyone, no doubt, in an attempt to buy their votes. All this, and the authors plan on defeating ISIS and global terrorism too.

And that’s only the first half of the book! Skimming, skimming, skimming…

I don’t believe the authors can do all that they say they are going to do in this book, and I don’t want them to even try. Not one single progressive proposal in this book is going to make you and me as fellow Americans, “Stronger Together.” If you decide to read the book yourself and manage to get through it all, please read between the lines and keep asking yourself who will pay for everything proposed and at what price will it come?

1.0 out of 5 starsEvery time I write my review it gets deleted. …

By Robert S Lionel JR on September 23, 2016

Format: Paperback

Every time I write my review it gets deleted., it’s so weird. Does anyone know where the servers are hosted that contain reviews? Seems to resolve to bathroom.mailserver.bathroom.dc That seems very odd. I’m sure this one will get deleted as well. Oh well.

1.0 out of 5 starsAmerica is great because vote for me!

By Amy Sterling Casil on September 16, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

This book begins well. The first sentence says, “America is great because America is good.” It goes downhill from there. My experience has been that people want to know the inside truth about their role models. I read page after page looking for tips on how to ask for big payments from rich foreign money launderers, military dictators or junk food manufacturers. It was just a bunch of malarkey even more boring than a 6th grade Common Core history book. I wanted to find out how to delete hundreds of thousands of voter registrations and emails, but no such luck. This book talks about how every vote counts. As long as it’s for Hillary Clinton! [seriously: I did skim it and it is sooooooo boring and these are two boring people with very little to say except “vote for me!”]

1.0 out of 5 stars Put In Your Basket…Waste Basket

By SusieMoon on September 16, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

Tried reading the book but developed an instant case of narcolepsy. Then tried using it as a back yard pooper scooper, but it’s already so full of feces that no dog poop would fit. Bummer.

1.0 out of 5 starsGreat majority were negative

By Amazon Customer on September 25, 2016

Format: Paperback

It’s tragic that Jeff Bezos is willing to risk the integrity of the ratings system to protect his Presidential Candidate of Choice.
Hillary Clinton. A couple of days ago there were over 2000 reviews. Great majority were negative. Bezos had them removed to puff up Hillary’s reputation. What else is Jeff tilting the scales on?

1.0 out of 5 starsBeware

By happyreader on September 17, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

Strangely, every time I opened this book I was hit with a wave of nausea, followed by uncontrollable coughing. I believe it is a horcrux. Take caution, friends!


The Hillary review was my last for Amazon. I’m no longer allowed to post reviews there. Rather than close on a negative note, here are two of my last reviews. Feel free to share them.

Amazon Review Posted, July 9, 2016 (5 stars – my 4th from last review)

Defeating Jihad

Here is my review of “Defeating Jihad.” Most thought that the end of the Cold War signaled an age of endless peace. Just as those who survived World War One thought there could never again be such horrors visited on the world. They were wrong.

The delusion that we were seeing the end of evil, the end of history, ended on 9/11/2001. We have now blundered into a time where we seem to be living through some demonic confluence of the 1930s (world socialism) along with a resurgence of red, raw, radical Islam from 1,000 years ago and, yes, even a resurgence of the Cold War on top of this. This time we are facing fanatical terrorists with nuclear weapons.

There will be War against a monstrous enemy – radical jihad, those who preach a homicidal interpretation of Islam. They are at war against America AND moderate Muslims. Unfortunately, Western Nation States, despite constant conflict, the Mideast being in flames, and the march of terrorism into America and the Western world, still don’t know this enemy. Worse yet is that, increasingly, we don’t even seem to know ourselves, who we are and what we stand for.

“In 1940, we knew who we were, we knew who the enemy was, and we knew the dangers and the issues…. It is different today. We don’t know who we are, we don’t know the issues, and we still do not understand the nature of the enemy.”

— Bernard Lewis, Historian

Dr. Gorka has written a phenomenal book. He explains why BOTH political parties have failed to effectively combat radical Islam — and it’s not for the reasons you hear on the media. He explains how and why Bush failed, and how Obama has made matters worse….


I thought that was one of my better reviews, so I tried to repost it. I cannot. Here is the note I got when I tried.

“Sorry, we are unable to accept your review of this product for either one or both of the following reasons:

Your previous review of this product did not comply with our Customer Reviews Guidelines. Amazon does not permit reviews from customers whose relationship to the product or seller may be perceived as biased.”

Amazon.com: John D. Trudel’s review of Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War


Here is what’s left of a later one that I posted for an interesting little book by Michael Connelly, the Constitutional Lawyer titled The Rag.

Michael is a radio host and he’s had me on a few times. Here is a link to his broadcasts.

Amazon Review Posted, July 9, 2016 (5 stars – my 3rd from last review)

The Rag

from John D. Trudel on July 25, 2016

Highly recommended. Read this book, but let’s not live it. Tell your friends BEFORE the election.

Pastor Greg Young has a good one sentence summary of this book on the cover: “1984 meets the Hunger Games meets the Patriot.”

What genre best fits? Most would say “Political Thrillers.” To me, this book is more of a “Future History.” It’s a cautionary tale, a parable…

See your full review


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8 Responses to Burning Books in Cyberspace? Orwell lives!

  1. john1994hero says:

    Under Amazon’s CIA Cloud: The Washington Post

    News media should illuminate conflicts of interest, not embody them. But the owner of the Washington Post is now doing big business with the Central Intelligence Agency, while readers of the newspaper’s CIA coverage are left in the dark.

    The Post‘s new owner, Jeff Bezos, is the founder and CEO of Amazon — which recently landed a $600 million contract with the CIA. But the Post‘s articles about the CIA are not disclosing that the newspaper’s sole owner is the main owner of CIA business partner Amazon.

    Even for a multibillionaire like Bezos, a $600 million contract is a big deal. That’s more than twice as much as Bezos paid to buy the Post four months ago.

    And there’s likely to be plenty more where that CIA largesse came from. Amazon’s offer wasn’t the low bid, but it won the CIA contract anyway by offering advanced high-tech “cloud” infrastructure.

    Bezos personally and publicly touts Amazon Web Services, and it’s evident that Amazon will be seeking more CIA contracts. Last month, Amazon issued a statement saying, “We look forward to a successful relationship with the CIA.”

    As Amazon’s majority owner and the Post‘s only owner, Bezos stands to gain a lot more if his newspaper does less ruffling and more soothing of CIA feathers.

    Amazon has a bad history of currying favor with the U.S. government’s “national security” establishment. The media watch group FAIR pointed out what happened after WikiLeaks published State Department cables: “WikiLeaks was booted from Amazon’s webhosting service AWS. So at the height of public interest in what WikiLeaks was publishing, readers were unable to access the WikiLeaks website.”

    How’s that for a commitment to the public’s right to know?

    JDT NOTE: I certainly am NOT a fan of Huffington Post, but it is interesting that one of the few things the right and left agree about is the dangers posed by “Big Brother.” With that said, I personally think that firms like Google and Facebook are larger threats than Amazon. Amazon is, at the core, a cyberspace storefront. Goggle and Facebook essentially are in the business of collecting and selling your personal information.

  2. John Trudel says:


    “Once again, the Top Down people are going to learn, the hard way, that this genie can not be put back into the bottle. The little boy with his finger in the dike is going to need more fingers than a Hekatoncheire to stop the leaks now. And the more people learn of the suppression of Truth by self-annointed elites, the uglier the battle will become.

    I think the bottom line will become a “clothesline” (not the kind for laundry, but for football) for all those media elites. If Trump would undo the European patent law we accepted about seven years ago, the start-ups would eat those big, soft, ideology ridden media companies.”

  3. John Trudel says:

    Why I Was Fired by Google

    James Damore says his good-faith effort to discuss differences between men and women in tech couldn’t be tolerated in the company’s ‘ideological echo chamber’

    Former Google software engineer James Damore.
    James Damore
    Aug. 11, 2017 3:54 p.m. ET

    I was fired by Google this past Monday for a document that I wrote and circulated internally raising questions about cultural taboos and how they cloud our thinking about gender diversity at the company and in the wider tech sector. I suggested that at least some of the male-female disparity in tech could be attributed to biological differences (and, yes, I said that bias against women was a factor too). Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai declared that portions of my statement violated the company’s code of conduct and “cross the line by advancing harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace.”

    My 10-page document set out what I considered a reasoned, well-researched, good-faith argument, but as I wrote, the viewpoint I was putting forward is generally suppressed at Google because of the company’s “ideological echo chamber.” My firing neatly confirms that point. How did Google, the company that hires the smartest people in the world, become so ideologically driven and intolerant of scientific debate and reasoned argument?

    We all have moral preferences and beliefs about how the world is and should be. Having these views challenged can be painful, so we tend to avoid people with differing values and to associate with those who share our values. This self-segregation has become much more potent in recent decades. We are more mobile and can sort ourselves into different communities; we wait longer to find and choose just the right mate; and we spend much of our time in a digital world personalized to fit our views.

    Google is a particularly intense echo chamber because it is in the middle of Silicon Valley and is so life-encompassing as a place to work. With free food, internal meme boards and weekly companywide meetings, Google becomes a huge part of its employees’ lives. Some even live on campus. For many, including myself, working at Google is a major part of their identity, almost like a cult with its own leaders and saints, all believed to righteously uphold the sacred motto of “Don’t be evil.”

    Echo chambers maintain themselves by creating a shared spirit and keeping discussion confined within certain limits. As Noam Chomsky once observed, “The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum.”

    But echo chambers also have to guard against dissent and opposition. Whether it’s in our homes, online or in our workplaces, a consensus is maintained by shaming people into conformity or excommunicating them if they persist in violating taboos. Public shaming serves not only to display the virtue of those doing the shaming but also warns others that the same punishment awaits them if they don’t conform.

    In my document, I committed heresy against the Google creed by stating that not all disparities between men and women that we see in the world are the result of discriminatory treatment. When I first circulated the document about a month ago to our diversity groups and individuals at Google, there was no outcry or charge of misogyny. I engaged in reasoned discussion with some of my peers on these issues, but mostly I was ignored.

    Everything changed when the document went viral within the company and the wider tech world. Those most zealously committed to the diversity creed—that all differences in outcome are due to differential treatment and all people are inherently the same—could not let this public offense go unpunished. They sent angry emails to Google’s human-resources department and everyone up my management chain, demanding censorship, retaliation and atonement.

    Upper management tried to placate this surge of outrage by shaming me and misrepresenting my document, but they couldn’t really do otherwise: The mob would have set upon anyone who openly agreed with me or even tolerated my views. When the whole episode finally became a giant media controversy, thanks to external leaks, Google had to solve the problem caused by my supposedly sexist, anti-diversity manifesto, and the whole company came under heated and sometimes threatening scrutiny.

    It saddens me to leave Google and to see the company silence open and honest discussion. If Google continues to ignore the very real issues raised by its diversity policies and corporate culture, it will be walking blind into the future—unable to meet the needs of its remarkable employees and sure to disappoint its billions of users.

    —Mr. Damore worked as a software engineer at Google’s Mountain View campus from 2013 until this past week.

    Appeared in the August 12, 2017, print edition as ‘Why I Was Fired By Google.’

  4. John Trudel says:

    thanks to SamB


    Yes James Damore was right. It was carefully phrased and grossly misinterpreted.
    He’s got an excellent chance of a profitable settlement on his suit.

    Evolutionary psychology professor Geoffrey Miller says that he was spot-on.

    “For what it’s worth, I think that almost all of the Google memo’s empirical claims are scientifically accurate. Moreover, they are stated quite carefully and dispassionately.

    Its key claims about sex differences are especially well-supported by large volumes of research across species, cultures, and history. I know a little about sex differences research. On the topic of evolution and human sexuality, I’ve taught for 28 years, written 4 books and over 100 academic publications, given 190 talks, reviewed papers for over 50 journals, and mentored 11 Ph.D. students. Whoever the memo’s author is, he has obviously read a fair amount about these topics. Graded fairly, his memo would get at least an A- in any masters’ level psychology course. It is consistent with the scientific state of the art on sex differences.”

    Ah. But does Miller know about gender differences? Behind the woodshed! Now!

    But that comment about “across species…” Does that include bivalves?

  5. John Trudel says:

    “Liberals have lost the public’s confidence by embracing the divisive, zero-sum world of identity politics.”

    The Liberal Crack-Up
    Dr. Mark Lilla
    Wall Street Journal, Review Section, August 12-13, 2017

    As a conservative, I am pleased to see that Prof. Lilla has misdiagnosed the problems of progressivism. The cause of the left’s disease isn’t that it took identity politics too far—that is just one symptom. The root cause is that the left has abandoned truth for power. The central teachings of the left (welfare cures poverty, only whites can be racist, capitalism is oppressive, gender is malleable, abortion is just a choice, unions help workers, trace levels of CO 2 control the climate) are false, no matter how often they are repeated. Progressive policies (socialized medicine, taxing the rich, alternative energy, centralized control over the economy) don’t work, no matter how often they are tried. I have no worry that I am tipping off the adversary. Liberals never admit that what they are doing is wrong, they just insist that they haven’t done enough of it yet.

    Brad Tupi

  6. John Trudel says:

    It is not just books being censored in Cyberspace.

    There has been an industry of “Alt-News” where Indy reporters post videos on YouTube — some of which are not “Politically Correct,” and many of which differ from what the “Mainstream” Fake News is reporting and/or the recently exposed internal views of the Google culture.

    Now that Google bought YouTube, many of these videos are being “demonetized” to deny these reporters the income stream they needed to produce this content. The tag line used to justify this purge is “Anti-Diversity.”


  7. John Trudel says:

    Google Insiders Warn ‘Outright Censorship’ of the Internet Is Google’s Top Priority… and Everyone Has Been Intimidated Into Silence

    August 16, 2017/by Jason Veley

    If the right to bear arms is the most important right outlined in the United States Constitution, then the freedom of speech is a close second. The Founding Fathers understood better than anyone that those who are in positions of power ought to be distrusted to a certain degree, and that tyranny will come to America unless those with authority are restrained. One way we restrain these authoritarian figures (namely the politicians in Washington DC) is by practicing our First Amendment rights to speak about, praise or criticize the direction in which the country is going. The freedom of speech allows us to hold politicians accountable, elect leaders that will govern in our best interests, and expel those who don’t. Without the ability to speak freely and openly, none of this is possible.

    Currently, and sadly, the freedom of speech is under attack in America. The mainstream media, Hollywood and leftists on college campuses across the country have been the main culprits of the assault on free speech, however recently it has also been undermined on the Internet. More and more frequently, stories are emerging of conservative voices being suppressed or even silenced by various social media websites, search engines, and even Google.

    Recently, a Google employee who goes by the alias “Hal” spoke to Breitbart News about the political bias that allegedly runs rampant throughout the company. Hal’s interview with Breitbart is the first in a series entitled “Rebels of Google,” which will be published in full within the next few days….


  8. John Trudel says:

    “Google wants everyone to look different, but think the same. This is the world our colleges are creating.”

    Charlie Kirk on Twitter — https://twitter.com/charliekirk11


    I personally find this notion terrifying. Right out of an end-of-the-world SF novel. Lord of the Flies with mind control.

    This was how an AI destroyed the world in the Netflix series The 100. Everyone was chipped.

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