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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did Elvis really play a guitar that had that many strings?

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Phillip4Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

yeah, white Christian immigrants have not typically been problematic in the USA, so I'm not alarmed by the current influx of Ukrainians. In fact, they help to offset some of the cultural degradation being inflicted by the Muslims, Chinese, and Africans.

I recently visited a Texas classroom (far from the border, btw) that had only one native English speaker, a white kid who was forced to learn alongside 20 illegals from Mexico. It was ridiculous that he alone could understand what the teacher was saying.

I asked the teacher how often he assigns homework to this class. He laughed and told me that he has an unspoken agreement with this students: He won't assign homework, and they won't bring guns to class. I guess it was a win-win?

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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have to say that the Ukrainian kids are actually not a problem. Most of them arrive in the U.S. speaking English pretty well as a result of movies and video games. They are super sharp, especially in math and science, and they have Christian values. They quickly fit into traditional American society the same way that Eastern European immigrants from a century ago did.

As far as English proficiency goes, the Ukrainian kids usually push themselves very hard to master writing and academic vocabulary. They tend to beat themselves up if they make grammar mistakes. Their attitude is the polar opposite of the Arabs.

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Phillip4Trump 2 points ago +2 / -0

in Texas, the way many schools are "serving" these non-English and non-Spanish speakers you mention is to actually hire teaching assistants who speak Arabic, Urdu, etc. These assistants sit at the tables with the students and interpret for them, help them do their assignments, etc.

Why not? It's only taxpayer money. I've seen classrooms of 20 students together with one teacher and four teaching assistants (translators). It's a circus, and the taxpayer-funded salaries of the teaching crew easily reaches $1000/classroom/day.

In spite of all this bending over backwards to reach the students who can't or won't learn English, academic results are still exceedingly poor.

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Phillip4Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

it's increasingly common. In many Texas schools, there is a TV monitor in the classroom that "hears" whatever the teacher is saying in English and automatically translates it into written Spanish. So many of the kids keep their eyes glued to the TV screen for the closed captioning, rather than actually looking at the teacher.

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Phillip4Trump 2 points ago +2 / -0

saw this too, agree it is notable even if dense reading.

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Phillip4Trump 9 points ago +9 / -0

probably just that they were treated decently by the Russian military.

This sort of thing was common in the Vietnam War too. North Vietnamese POWs would usually be killed by their own government after being released by the South Vietnamese military in a prisoner exchange.

The reality was, the Hanoi commies didn't want these POWs telling their friends and family that the South Vietnamese and Americans were not, in fact, the devil incarnate. It would have gone against the socialist narrative.

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Phillip4Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, brainwashed family members like her. When I ask them why, they say: "She was an international diplomat so she knows the world stage [their exact phraseology], and she won't tear the country apart the way Trump did."

Needless to say, I keep the Thanksgiving and Christmas conversations focused on other subjects.

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Phillip4Trump 2 points ago +2 / -0

maybe she took the submarine entrance. there was one...

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Phillip4Trump 4 points ago +6 / -2

Cheerios, other GMO foods, plastics/styrofoam, as well as vaccines play a huge role in this. A lot of parents point the finger at their gender-bending kids but fail to understand how their own bad choices in terms of nutrition and pediatric care caused the whole damn mess to begin with.

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Phillip4Trump 4 points ago +4 / -0

I've notice the same in my family. I think it goes back to the culture of the 1950s and 60s, when families would sit around the lone TV set in the house and watch the same program together. The warm fuzzy feelings of family togetherness that they experienced in those moments get rekindled even today when sitting in front of that box.... they watch it for the warm fuzzy feelings more than anything else.

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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Totally there are 10 little icons (5 on the left and 5 on the right). Here is how I understand them: 1) Gold 2) Silver 3) copper 4) ??? 5) petroleum 6) securities 7) agricultural commodities 8) real estate 9) industrial machinery/equipment 10) breakthrough energy

A few days ago, the tenth icon was different and referred specifically to the element Thorium on the periodic table. So it raises the question of why they changed that icon.

I'm befuddled by the fourth icon. To me, there is a whispy "U.S." there but the background looks vaguely like the Looking Glass technology that Bill Brockbrader talked about. It might be a reference to quantum computing in general.

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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

it's interdasting that a few days ago, the graphic on the right-hand side referred to the element Thorium, whereas in today's graphic the Thorium icon has been replaced by a funky energetic image.

The debt dlock's thorium reference was discussed a few days ago in this thread: https://greatawakening.win/p/17s5I8uQCW/debt-clock-1220-as-per-request-i/

The blue/pink energetic illustration in today's image has sometimes been used to refer generically to 'zero point energy', so maybe the creators of the debt clock have started to re-think how they want to present to the public their planned changes to the energy economy.

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Phillip4Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

so the new currency is gonna be backed in part by... thorium? (look carefully at the bottom right of the image). I presume the implication here is that thorium based nuclear reactors are gonna get the green light.

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Phillip4Trump 13 points ago +13 / -0

it's only a matter of time till American citizens decide to pose as undocumented "refugees" coming across the border, just so they can get their $3000/month in cash and free sheeeyut.

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Phillip4Trump 10 points ago +10 / -0

it's sad, but pregnant women in the USA practically need to be living on an organic farm/ranch to have a decently healthy diet.

the other big trap I've seen is that the DNA tests docs are demanding around the 1st to 3rd month of pregnancy have a high rate of false indications that the baby has a genetic abnormality when really the baby is totally fine. Based on these false readings, docs are able to convince many parents to abort their very healthy babies.

If your local health administrator requires such DNA tests then fine, but by no means should a decision to abort the baby be made on the basis of these tests, which Big Pharma will insist are 99.9% accurate but in reality are generously 80% accurate.

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Phillip4Trump 16 points ago +16 / -0

In my limited experience with vaxxed relatives, friends and co-workers, the main thing I notice is a big increase in anger, hatred, and hostility... overall negative feelings, which may or may not be based in fear.

I think the vax weakened people's natural spiritual shield (aura, or whatever one chooses to call it), thus making them much more susceptible to demonic influence. Some people I knew who were very gentle and kind before the vax, now spew the most demonic-sounding vitriol at completely innocent people around them.

They need to detox from the spike protein, sure, but a lot of them also need an exorcism.

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Phillip4Trump 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dark occultists believe (with good reason) that an individual covered in gold can more easily and more fully be possessed by a demonic spirit. So when the cabal wants to commune/converse with an actual demon, they cover a person in gold and that person channels or temporarily embodies the demonic entity.

Not coincidentally, the ancient Cambodians covered the entirety of the Angkor Wat temple in gold leaf until the gold was stolen by the army of Thailand 600 or 700 years ago. Very likely, they did this so that demonic spirits could more easily manifest within the temple.

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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

what if interplanetary trade becomes a thing in our time, and it turns out off-worlders have lots of gold to trade. What would that do to the price of gold on Earth? There is a decent chance that this is the future we're headed for.

X by Kingslea
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Phillip4Trump 8 points ago +8 / -0

dos equis beer!

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Phillip4Trump 7 points ago +7 / -0

Captain Cook?

It's a separate discussion entirely, but I'd wager that when the dust of The Great Awakening settles, by 2040 or so, Hawaii will be granted independence by the United States.

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Phillip4Trump 6 points ago +7 / -1

son is vaxxed? that seems to be a big factor in this kind of thinking and behavior. there are detox protocols out there...

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Phillip4Trump 1 point ago +3 / -2

do you think one or both of your children might have taken the vax? Your daughter's behavior, especially sounds like it might be the result of vax damage. I see a lot of 20-somethings needing to detox from the vax.

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