Thursday, July 18, 2019

96 99 110 213 | Clerk tells customers to 'go back to their country', July 18, 2019 news






https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/18/us/convenience-clerk-go-back-comment-trnd/index.html

Monkey see, monkey do.



Freemason = 96

I spy a 'racism' connection.



8 comments:

  1. Shane Lowry, the Irishman, will win The Open 2019. It is about both battles of Bull Run. Brooks Koepka and JB Holmes are both Taurus. Proof Here: https://thebsdetectordaily.blogspot.com/2019/07/the-open-2019-two-battles-of-bull-run.html

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  2. "Go Back to Their Country" = 250, 97 <<< 25th Prime

    "Escape from Los Angeles U.S." = 250
    "Number You Should Find" = 250 , 246

    "The Eleventh Day of a Month" = 246 <<< 246 + 642 = 888
    "Two Thousand Nineteen" = 246

    "Communist Conspiracy" = 88, 250 <<< Illuminati Card Game

    "Escape from Los Angeles U.S." = 88
    "Message from Trump" = 88
    "Who is Neo" = 88
    "California" = 88
    "Messages" = 88
    "Decoded" = 88
    "Planned" = 88
    "Trump" = 88

    457 <<< 88th Prime

    "Goy" = 457
    "Earthquake" = 457
    "Ongoing Federal Agenda Code" = 457

    "Make Goyem Run for their Lives" = 333, 369, 333 <<<

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  3. They act like people haven't forever been telling other people to "go back where they came from.." "back to their country.." etc. It's not newsworthy until it's politically useful, if it happened at all.

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  4. I told some jewish ladies to go back to Israel the other day and all I got was the stink eye.

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  5. Of course Naperville's population is 76.5% white.
    Since everything nowdays is about advertising, it can't be ignored that Naperville is where the main characters in Netflix's "Ozark" are from. And Marty Byrd -- the lead -- just happens to be a white accountant who is laundering money for a Mexican cartel.
    Season 3 will be airing later in 2019.

    "Ozark on Netflix" = 73 red
    "Carolina Buitron" = 73 red
    And look - counting the spaces, they both have 16 characters.

    Yep -- another "amazing coincidence" ... :D ;D

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  6. Zach, nice job. I found out the date August 11, 2019 is in itself a prime date whether written as: 20190811, 1182019, 11819, or 8112019, etc. I just don't know what order in the long list of prime numbers it is. Thought you should know.

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  7. Check out this app for prime date numbers:
    http://hamukazu.github.io/primedayapp/

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