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On Animal Planet, they caught one of the largest bears named Grandfather on camera verifying it's existence.  The DNA proved it is a polar / black bear mix.



Grandfather, who lives in Angoon Alaska, on all fours top his shoulders to the ground is 6 1/2 ft. which means when he stands up on top of his head to the ground is 13 ft. His DNA tested out as hybrid a mix between a Polar bear and Black bear they figure his weight to be at least 2650 lbs.




Called a Grolar


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On 9/3/2020 at 12:48 PM, hamradio said:

Those spit hoods or guards are made so one can breath through, only to prevent one from spitting.  Like to know how one can suffocate?



If you're a black man, like the one who died in Rochester New York oh, you suffocate when a racist police officer forces your head down to the pavement and you can't breathe.

I saw the video, but if you don't believe me,

you can always stage a demonstration.

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Don’t Blame Climate Change For Raging Wildfires, Blame Bad Management
Despite common sense, the historic record, and scientific evidence, leftist environmentalists would fight and protest for a utopia we will never see, all while the world burns.

California and Australia share a common enemy: overzealous environmental regulation. In both places, the unintended consequences of a radical environmentalist agenda has been massive wildfires.

California suffered from two horrible fire seasons in the last three years, one of which burned down an entire town. Australia has been battling fires for months. More than 135 fires are still burning currently. So far, the fires have scorched 12 million acres, killed 25 people, caused 240,000 Australians to evacuate their homes, burned alive an estimated half a billion animals, and caused $3.4 billion worth of damage.


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live in a state where the DeSoto National Forest exists with a huge amount of forests ... we have drought here too ... severe ... but our forests are actively managed ... trees are cut ... and reseeded when needed ... active management ...

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A-Z on Civil War's Bloodiest Battle

History Net September 16, 2020

Battle Of Antietam Summary: The Battle of Antietam, a.k.a. Battle of Sharpsburg, resulted in not only the bloodiest day of the American Civil War, but the bloodiest single day in all of American history. Fought primarily on September 17, 1862, between the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland, and Antietam Creek, it ended Gen. Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of a northern state.

Battle Of Antietam Facts


Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland


September 17, 1862


Union: Major General George B. McClellan

Confederate: General Robert E. Lee

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Just watched "The Lost Lincoln" on the Discovery Channel.  This is the deathbed photo of Abraham Lincoln.  Now if the internet could show the rest of it! The bulging eye and the clinched fist is evidence of the gunshot injury. Facial recognition verify this is Lincoln.

Secretary of War Edwin Stanton whom tried to control everything is spinning in his grave.



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On 9/14/2020 at 12:53 PM, JakeHolman said:

Don’t Blame Climate Change For Raging Wildfires, Blame Bad Management

Yea if we let them Clear Cut like they wanted too there wouldn't be anything to burn.....

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This is a 1964 Documentary Film on the Slave Trade at that Time in Africa and the Middle East

Posted By pcr3 On October 19, 2020 @ 7:05 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

This is a 1964 Documentary Film on the Slave Trade at that Time in Africa and the Middle East

Notice that the slavers are blacks and Arabs.  No white slavers.  White people, accused today of being “systemic racists” and “white supremacists,” are trying to stop the slave trade.  

You can rest assured that this documentary will never be shown in a black studies course or mentioned by the New York Times anti-white “1619 Project.”

http://www.renegadetribune.com/1964-documentary-on-slave-trade-in-middle-east-and-africa/ [1] 

Some browsers appear to be programmed not to open the URL.  It opens with DuckDuckGo

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