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A Business In Tarboro Had A Grand Opening On Saturday April 22, 2018 And A Canon And Confederate Flag Was Used But The CommentsThough

I got a notification from Tarboro 27886 about a loud boom in Tarboro yesterday.

After reading the post on Tarboro 27886 I found the conversation to be quite interesting especially after the owners participated in the conversation and didn’t try to seize the moment but shared their ignant comments but want all folk to patronize them. 740 more words

IGNANT RACIST WHITE FOLKS

Genetics is the new term for eugenics, hear how GMOs were developed & who funded the research - a must watch

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Published on Jan 4, 2014

F. William Engdahl is an American German freelance journalist, historian and economic researcher. “Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation” This lecture at the Open Mind Conference 2013, focuses on how a small socio-political American elite seeks to establish its control over the very basis of human survival, the provision of our daily bread. 106 more words

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DANCING WITH THE DEVIL

      Engaging the enemy to advance one’s present cause will demand eventual future payment, and the latter will be much greater than the former.

         Therefore the chief priests and the Pharisees convened a council, and were saying, “What are we doing? 1,320 more words

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Don't Believe the World Elite are Satanists;Watch This

The Gotthard Base Tunnel is the longest railway tunnel in the world. It spans about 35 and a half miles in length and is a whopping total of 94.3 miles of tunnels, shafts and passages. 2,705 more words

Purim... The Invisible Hand - By Marc

Growing up, Purim was a super fun holiday that involved costumes, noise makers and Hamentashen. Because my family was one of those twice a year Jews… Yes, I had a Bar Mitzvah and went to Hebrew School… I did not give the holiday as much thought as I have as an adult. 652 more words

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Croc too close for comfort at Kewarra Beach

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