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What is Alpha Beta Six-One-Nine

Updated on June 13, 2011

In the state of California a bill was passed without notice. Many Californians are unaware of the Bill. The Bill is directed toward the bidders of the high speed rail project. The Project is worth millions. Many countries want to bid for a share of the mufti- billion dollar project. However, prior to submitting a bid they must reveal some of their history. According to the bill authored by a Woodland Hills Assemblyman. In a nutshell the participants must reveal whether they were involved with the transportation of people to concentration camps.If they were involved the survivors should receive restitution.

During this time period many industrialist were involved in the transportation of people to death and concentration camps and many of them have been exposed and have paid and continue to pay for their part they played during the Nazi Holocaust. The number of people terminated during the height of the Third Reich number in the millions. Survivors of the people have created a network that allows them to come in contact with those involved and work out a monetary agreement. Alpha Beta six-one-nine makes it impossible to secure a contract with the state of California without disclosing a companies involvement. The Third Reich using the "final solution" exterminated a total of six million of the people involved. However, it is rarely spoken of the massive number of Africans or Gypsies exterminated. This is what the The Third Reich did. When ever I see a pattern, my first question is where did this originate. Now, if there is a Third Reich then it stand to reason there must have been a Second Reich. The pattern for the Third Reich was formulated by The Second Reich.The number of Africans slaughtered the Second Reich is quietly dismissed. Are there any assemblymen designing bills that will cause industrialist to disclose and pay restitution for the African lives?

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      Coolmon2009 

      7 years ago from Texas, USA

      Thanks for sharing this article, I found it interesting and informative.

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      Elena 

      7 years ago from London, UK

      Interesting but sad to read.

      People should know this, so its good you wrote about it.

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