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If you have one of these in your wallet you must read this urgent free Public Service Annoucement

If you have a RFID chip enabled card, passport or ID please read this urgent report right away to protect yourself.

This urgent Public Service Announcement is a Must-Read for all Americans.

Jack Benson

American Survivor

P.S. This is a 16 Billion Dollar per year ring of theft affects us all - educate yourself today to ptotect yourself tomorrow. Visa, Mastercard and AMEX know what's going on, they're just not telling you...

Protect your identity and money today while you still can...

ne of the most influential royal houses in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. It originated in 1163 the tiny Principality of Orange, a feudal state of 108 square miles (280 km2) north of Avignon in southern France. The Principality of Orange took its name not from the fruit, but from a Roman-Celtic settlement on the site which was founded in 36 or 35 BC and was named Arausio, after a Celtic water god;[13] however, the name may have been slightly altered, and the town associated with the colour, because it was on the route by which quantities of oranges were brought from southern ports such as Marseilles to northern France. The family of the Prince of Orange eventually adopted the name and the colour orange in the 1570s.[14] The colour came to be associated with Protestantism, due to participation by the House of Orange on the Protestant side in the French Wars of Religion. One member of the house, William I of Orange, organised the Dutch resistance against Spain, a war t!
 hat lasted for eighty years, until the Netherlands won its independence. The House's arguably most prominent member, William III of Orange, became King of England in 1689, after the downfall of the Catholic James II. Due to William III, orange became an important political colour in Britain and Europe. William was a Protestant, and as such he defended the Protestant minority of Ireland against the majority Roman Catholic population. As a result, the Protestants of Ireland were known as Orangemen. Orange eventually became one of the colours of the Irish flag, symbolising the Protestant heritage. His rebel flag became the forerunner of The Netherland's modern flag.[14] When the Dutch settlers of South Africa rebelled against the British in the late 19th century, they organised what they called the Orange Free State. In the United States, the flag of the City of New York has an orange stripe, to remember the Dutch colonists who founded the city. William of Orange is also remem!
 bered as the founder of the College of William & Mary, and Nassau County in New York is named after the House of Orange-Na