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how can nastradamus predict mt mckinley destruction

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how can he do this.... typical rename it to the first suv he got laid in. Jk he didn't do it:padllbli:

http://news.yahoo.com/tallest-mountain-north-america-renamed-white-house-225058462.html?soc_src=copy

 Mount McKinley, the tallest of North America's mountains, is officially being renamed Denali, the White House said Sunday, on the eve of President Barack Obama's historic visit to Alaska.

 

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 Progressive political correctness ,  Obama was angry that the Washington Redskins wouldn't change their name .  So he gave the native Americans a bone .

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it's because he's not a native.... American.... get it:chuckle::64pwFDH:

he's from AfricaAfrica

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Obama has set his sights on Native Americans.More divide for the race war they're desperate for.

http://www.conspiracyoutpost.com/topic/2439-stirring-the-indian-pot/#comment-14941

europeans and Americans gave the Native Americans a bad deal I will admit that Hands down.

 

 but in modern history their own tribal leaders are screwing them ,  not many people will take that into account .  Everyone would rather play the guilt card .

"Another explanation for reservation poverty is that they lack high-quality natural resources. Many reservations, however, encompass hundreds of thousands of acres including valuable natural resources. For example, in the 1980s the Crow tribe had $27 billion worth of coal, or over $3 million per tribal member. Unfortunately, the asset earned a paltry 0.01 percent return, leaving 55 percent of tribal members on public assistance.

Physical and human capital are surely important to economic prosperity, but are lacking on reservations mainly because the institutions that govern Indian economies do not encourage investment. Indians cannot borrow money because their land—held in trust by the federal government—cannot be used as collateral and because tribal judicial systems may not consistently enforce contracts. Moreover, education rates lag behind the national average.

Just as a growing number of studies show that private property, a consistent rule of law, and a lack of burdensome governmental regulations are crucial for encouraging investment in the developing world, the same holds for reservations. Agricultural productivity on Indian lands is 30 to 90 percent less than on similar private lands. Furthermore, tribal judicial systems are noted for their biased decisions that discourage outsiders from contracting with tribes or individual Indians. Indeed, tribes that have relinquished their judicial authority to the states wherein they live had growth rates for 1989–99 that averaged 20 percentage points higher than tribes without equivalent state oversight."

- See more at: http://www.perc.org/articles/wealth-indian-nations#.dpuf

 

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it's because he's not a native.... American.... get it:chuckle::64pwFDH:

he's from AfricaAfrica

Here's how innocent  we are before we are molded .  My granddaughter is nine a friend of hers was born to Dutch ancestry in south Africa .

 

 My granddaughter claims her friend is an African American color doesn't even cross her mind .

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europeans and Americans gave the Native Americans a bad deal I will admit that Hands down.

 

 but in modern history their own tribal leaders are screwing them ,  not many people will take that into account .  Everyone would rather play the guilt card .

"Another explanation for reservation poverty is that they lack high-quality natural resources. Many reservations, however, encompass hundreds of thousands of acres including valuable natural resources. For example, in the 1980s the Crow tribe had $27 billion worth of coal, or over $3 million per tribal member. Unfortunately, the asset earned a paltry 0.01 percent return, leaving 55 percent of tribal members on public assistance.

Physical and human capital are surely important to economic prosperity, but are lacking on reservations mainly because the institutions that govern Indian economies do not encourage investment. Indians cannot borrow money because their land—held in trust by the federal government—cannot be used as collateral and because tribal judicial systems may not consistently enforce contracts. Moreover, education rates lag behind the national average.

Just as a growing number of studies show that private property, a consistent rule of law, and a lack of burdensome governmental regulations are crucial for encouraging investment in the developing world, the same holds for reservations. Agricultural productivity on Indian lands is 30 to 90 percent less than on similar private lands. Furthermore, tribal judicial systems are noted for their biased decisions that discourage outsiders from contracting with tribes or individual Indians. Indeed, tribes that have relinquished their judicial authority to the states wherein they live had growth rates for 1989–99 that averaged 20 percentage points higher than tribes without equivalent state oversight."

- See more at: http://www.perc.org/articles/wealth-indian-nations#.dpuf

 

I know. There's corruption everywhere. It's a truly sad situation.
People who have lived without often get greedy when they get even a little.

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my point in this abd it's relevance to c.t. is that if a prophecy exist for a town or place called ?Israel? why not rename that town to ?Palestine?.  or ?Jewish? to ?khazarian?... or if bible condemns Christians to one thing does it include sub religion of Lutheran or MormonMormon

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Somebody stated that Mt McKinley was natively referred to as Denali.  He's renaming it to something it's already called?  Hope and change?  Maybe Denali means something to muzzies or a secret code for something else. 

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