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A typical example of how EMDEU sees chain letters.

Recently, a surprisingly large number of chain letters has been posted on videos at YouTube. Several copyright violators have expressed their disdain and are marking such letters as spam, in order to prevent people completely lacking a life or experiencing severe mental disorders from posting them. However, this dogmatic and superstitional way of thinking, caused by some persons' unexplained stubbornness and refusal to copy and paste these chain letters, has resulted in a constantly increasing number of deaths. Recent polls have revealed that most YouTubers do not realise that chain letter posters actually wish to save them by increasing their lifespan, as can be seen from the following chain letter.

READ THIS! In 1997 a girl called lauren was walikng in a forest and then a she just disappeared no one ever found her until 2000 when a yoing girl called Mary found her body and markings on her chest saying: I wasn't pretty enough" and now you have read this she will appear in your mirror saying your not pretty enough and kill you. by the way the girl called mary died shortly after. To be saved paste this to 5 other videos. THIS TRUE

Chain letters such as the above have irritated the "Everything Must Die Except Us" agenda, one of the most influential and evil secret YouTube societies. After the vast increase of the chain letters being posted, its angered members promptly launched an informal campaign to mark chain letters as spam, or, even worse, prevent YouTubers from copying and pasting them after reading them, resulting in many deaths in all the improbable ways that can be imagined. The "We Are Not Secretive Or So You Know Therefore We Are Good" Society is desperately trying to undo the damage the EMDEU has inflicted to innocent YouTubers. However, despite the society's constant struggling, its members have encountered bitter ridicule and continuous downgrading, and are constantly ordered to stop their noble mission to "copy and paste the way to the light", as their quest is narrowly known among the society.

"We honestly don't understand what the fuss is all about", says one of the foremost chain letter posters, head of the WANSOSYKTWAG. "We are simply trying to help the rational people out there, and convince them to do as they are told, but, so far, all we've come up against is hate and rejection. I can't understand all the EMDEU's propaganda trying to prevent people from copying and pasting chain letters. I mean, what would they have to gain? Do they think they're funny, letting people die like this? Well. I'll tell you what's funny, EMDEU. If you think that all this is nonsense, the next time you see a chain letter, don't mark it as spam. Read the whole letter first, and we'll see who has the last laugh."

Meanwhile, the EMDEU is on a destructive rampage, marking chain letters as spam and letting death tolls reach new levels, while the WANSOSYKTWAG is desperately trying to flag videos instructing YouTubers not to copy and paste chain letters as inappropriate, so as to prevent underage members from being brainwashed.


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