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All of them. what power exactly, there is so much power. and what government exactly i know of the roots of all Government, which begins with a nucleur family and to and extented level (Ruling body of a country). most of this families to not demonstret power but Love, well maybe behind the Curthen the strings are on the other side of the galaxy but back at home the great Politician is a slave to his 18 year old.

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the way they get and use power

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