World War Three Updates

SusanB

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Has anyone noticed that when they show immigrants after they are already in the US at the hotels being provided for them or other places housing them, we rarely see the Chinese coming into the country, although there are plenty of them coming in recently. Listen to this guy who says they are disappearing into the country and they aren’t accepting free phones, free debit cards, etc.

 

Joseph Stephan

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Has anyone noticed that when they show immigrants after they are already in the US at the hotels being provided for them or other places housing them, we rarely see the Chinese coming into the country, although there are plenty of them coming in recently. Listen to this guy who says they are disappearing into the country and they aren’t accepting free phones, free debit cards, etc.

There at my communist Chinese neighbors house.

Nuclear scientist
Very suspicious
Always heading back to the homeland
Always housing exchange students
Dosen't fill out the census
Shady as F 🤬
 

SusanB

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There at my communist Chinese neighbors house.

Nuclear scientist
Very suspicious
Always heading back to the homeland
Always housing exchange students
Dosen't fill out the census
Shady as F 🤬
During COVID I became convinced there is a “business” that is a front for Chinese spies in the US and I think I had some in my car as Uber riders. I have also given a ride to men from Colombia who went to the same “business” and they looked to me like cartel guys, which makes sense because the fentanyl trade is about drugs coming from China to Mexico and then the cartels bring them into the US.
 
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alan ford

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I have it on good authority that it will be more like this:
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kenmuldoon55

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The video below shows an American mercenary captured by Russian soldiers lying on the ground holding his head while shouting “Don't shoot.” The group of American mercenaries was captured during the Russian advance west of Avdiivka, Pronews reported. The Russians treat the Western mercenaries in the service of the Ukrainian regime very harshly, in contrast to the Ukrainians (with the exception of the members of the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion), who treat them well and send them to the safety of the rear. The Russians do not recognize their status as 'prisoners of war' and subject them to summary trials before transferring them to Siberian prison camps... War is cruel…

I’m surprised these American mercs stayed in Ukraine as long as they did. I remember an account of a few of these types a year or two ago who had to escape on account of how poorly they were treated by the Ukee military.
 

kirmmy

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During COVID I became convinced there is a “business” that is a front for Chinese spies in the US and I think I had some in my car as Uber riders. I have also given a ride to men from Colombia who went to the same “business” and they looked to me like cartel guys, which makes sense because the fentanyl trade is about drugs coming from China to Mexico and then the cartels bring them into the US.
Yeah, but how did they tip? :)

And once more, we play our dangerous game...
 

Pattie29

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i know we been talking about WW3, but today that reality hit me. Can’t go into too much details. The place I was sent to work are doing fit test to all the healthcare works with a new (respiratory mask) I asked the facilitator the reason, she looked at me in the eyes and said “ well there will be New viruses. She hope it doesn’t come out when she’s still working 🤣🤣🤣😭. Time to stock up for sure.
 

BARNABY THE DOG.

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I do admire a Russian men's choir.
Have you seen the Don Cassock choir? They were a Russian choir that fled communist Russia in the 1950s I think and performed in America. Beautiful basso profundo and an amazing range too. The 1950s is a bit scratchy but the emotive power is beautiful and the bass in contrast to the falsetto is just amazing to hear. The second is a more modern version sung by an ethnic Russian - beautiful beautiful voice - but watch the lady behind him - voice like a glass flute!! The song is called Monotonously rings the bell. The song was found on the body of a carter that froze to death circa 1865 in the Russian outback and the poem was found in his pocket, written by him it seems. You can still get the translation on the internet. Quite moving. It became one of the most famous traditional songs of the Russians.


 

kenmuldoon55

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In which direction?

Have you seen the Don Cassock choir? They were a Russian choir that fled communist Russia in the 1950s I think and performed in America. Beautiful basso profundo and an amazing range too. The 1950s is a bit scratchy but the emotive power is beautiful and the bass in contrast to the falsetto is just amazing to hear. The second is a more modern version sung by an ethnic Russian - beautiful beautiful voice - but watch the lady behind him - voice like a glass flute!! The song is called Monotonously rings the bell. The song was found on the body of a carter that froze to death circa 1865 in the Russian outback and the poem was found in his pocket, written by him it seems. You can still get the translation on the internet. Quite moving. It became one of the most famous traditional songs of the Russians.


Beautiful vocals! The basso profundo almost sounds like it’s coming from a synthesizer.
 
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