Rosemary W. Pennington
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Rosemary W. Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

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Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) AS WITH Biden’s cabinet and the Supreme Court, Jews are greatly overrepresented in the 117th Congress, which will sit from 2021 through 2023. Although Jews claim that they make up only about two per cent. of the US population, nearly seven per cent. of the 117th Congress…
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EssaysNews

THERE’S BEEN too much negativity here as of late and I feel we need to focus more on the wonderful vibrancy and enrichment within our globalist kosher bodega. Consider the following inspirational quote from a truly great man: “So the best way to get something done, if you, if you hold near…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany ON ONE OF those unattained, and unattainable pinnacles that are known as the Bleaks of Eerie, an eagle was looking East with a hopeful presage of blood. For he knew, and rejoiced in the knowledge, that eastward over the dells the dwarfs were risen in Ulk, and gone to war with the demi-gods.…
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Essays

by Douglas Mercer A PANEL exists in this former nation of ours called the “Commission on the Naming of Items of the Department of Defense that Commemorates the Confederate States of America or Any Person Who Served Voluntarily with the Confederate States of America.”  It was created by…
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CommentaryDavid Sims

by David Sims (Commentary on “Does Diversity Create Distrust?” by Daisy Grewal, Scientific American) THERE ARE flaws in Grewal’s thinking that might arise from an implicitly racist definition of racism on her part. The racism in the definition of racism consists of some notion…
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CommentaryDavid SimsNews

Butler. Like the vast majority of non-Whites in the arts heavily promoted by Jews, her work repeatedly screams “I’m Black [or fill in oppressed group name here] and I’m female and we haven’t been treated equally!” to the eternal boredom of most readers, even those…
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Fiction

by Lord Dunsany IN THE harbour, between the liner and the palms, as the huge ship’s passengers came up from dinner, at moonrise, each in his canoe, Ali Kareeb Ahash and Boob Aheera passed within knife thrust. So urgent was the purpose of Ali Kareeb Ahash that he did not lean over as his enemy slid by,…
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David SimsNews

Fat lot of good this did you, traitor. Didn’t you know that the Jews’ motto isn’t “What have you done for us?” — it’s “What have you done for us lately?” by David Sims NEW YORK Governor Andrew Cuomo has become a textbook case of Jewish vengeance…
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David SimsEssays

Katherine Johnson in 1980 by David Sims THE FILM Hidden Figures — which makes the claim that several Black women made the Apollo moon program possible, but were denied proper credit because of White “racism” — is mostly a myth. It’s true that Katherine Johnson, one…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer DURING HIS tenure as US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions was speaking to an assembly of sheriffs and said that the office of the sheriff is a critical part of our Anglo-American heritage. No sooner were these commendable words spoken than all Hell broke loose. I’m pretty sure…
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