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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Good to see more cracks in the EU appearing though. lol

 

Yes indeed. I won't let my personal experiences with these wet blankets spoil the bigger picture of EU destruction. Eye on the prize 🤗

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On 2/15/2021 at 4:58 PM, oddsnsods said:

Red or dead? 🤔

 

Sexy as hell! PVC-clad models clutch demonic dolls and sprout devil's horns in bizarre Chinese catwalk show that is the stuff of nightmares

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3517748/Hu-Shegang-s-Chinese-Fashion-Week-saw-models-clutching-demonic-dolls-sprouting-devil-s-horns.html

 

Repugnant! I hope people tell them the truth about how grotesque and ridiculous they look instead of jumping on the crack whore demon chic bandwagon.

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Sweden: Clinic in Gothenburg experiences second explosion in a month
https://rmx.news/article/article/sweden-clinic-in-gothenburg-experiences-second-explosion-in-a-month

 

Sweden: Violence from migrants has train operator threatening to cancel service in certain areas
https://rmx.news/article/article/sweden-violence-from-migrants-has-train-operator-threatening-to-cancel-service-in-certain-areas

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Amazon has just unveiled the plans for its new corporate headquarters that will stand in Arlington, Virginia, directly across the Potomac River from Washington DC. The announcement inaccurately describes the design as a “double helix” but scholars of ancient history and the Bible will readily recognize the ancient model for the design: the Tower of Babel.

 

Construction on their second corporate headquarters is expected to begin next year and when completed in 2025 at a cost of $2.5 billion. It will include 2.8 million square feet of new office space distributed across three 22-story buildings.

 

The location is less than four miles from the Capitol Building. John Schoettler, head of Amazon’s global corporate real estate portfolio, announced the second half of the project designed by architecture firm NBBJ.

 

“The natural beauty of a double helix can be seen throughout our world, from the geometry of our own DNA to the elemental form of galaxies, weather patterns, pinecones, and seashells,” the company said. “The Helix at our Arlington headquarters will offer a variety of alternative work environments for Amazon employees amidst lush gardens and flourishing trees native to the region.”

 

Though it is true that DNA is arranged in a double-helix, the architectural design is not, in fact, a double helix that appears like a ladder that has been twisted into a corkscrew. The design of the building is, perhaps, a single helix with a spiral walkway ascending the exterior of the building.

 

The architectural design of the Amazon building does, in fact, closely resemble that of a ziggurat, a type of massive structure built in ancient Mesopotamia.

 

 

https://endtimeheadlines.org/2021/02/amazon-reveals-plan-to-build-modern-day-tower-of-babel/

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Six local schools in Siberia are taking part in a first-of-its-kind project in Russia, according to Siberian Times. The project is run by Novosibirsk city’s department of education, the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, and the company VedaGenetics.

The experimental research studies genes allegedly "influencing levels of aggression, creativity and intellect" in student aged from 11 to 17 years old. Participation is voluntary. Families pay 1800 roubles - 600 roubles for each gene - for genetic tests based on a mouth swab.

 

Generic results go back to schools, where teachers combine them with earlier psychological tests, and decide if a child’s behaviour needs to be corrected to ‘re-channel energy into more peaceful direction’ with help of extra-curricular activities and psychologists. 

 

Sampling has already started in two Novosibirsk schools.

 

https://www.highnorthnews.com/en/experimental-genetic-testing-siberia-teenagers-detect-and-correct-deviant-behaviour

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

Six local schools in Siberia are taking part in a first-of-its-kind project in Russia, according to Siberian Times. The project is run by Novosibirsk city’s department of education, the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, and the company VedaGenetics.

The experimental research studies genes allegedly "influencing levels of aggression, creativity and intellect" in student aged from 11 to 17 years old. Participation is voluntary. Families pay 1800 roubles - 600 roubles for each gene - for genetic tests based on a mouth swab.

Generic results go back to schools, where teachers combine them with earlier psychological tests, and decide if a child’s behaviour needs to be corrected to ‘re-channel energy into more peaceful direction’ with help of extra-curricular activities and psychologists.

 

yes it has got nothing to do with modernity and the smashing of those peoples culture by the communism of the soviet....not its their 'genes' that are at fault!

 

bastards

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The internet is full of freaky shit.

Beware ... why do you put it in your eyes?

You think that doesn't harm you?

It does harm you.

At some point you have to turn away from this world and everything in it - if not then you like it here and you will live and die here.

There is no good being "informed" of insanity and nastiness.
You do not need to be informed of this shit.
 

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