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Ted Rudow III, MA
World Leaders have often used smokescreens, red herrings or other clever diverting tactics to distract the public mind from important but embarrassing issues. This is also a very common military device: to create a diversion, such as a pretended attack in one sector when actually the main drive is going to be in another.
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