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From: RavYBNMay-22 10:17 AM 
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1st of all as I've mentioned before, all this is the work of the Sitra Ahhra/ Samekh Mem/ Dark Side. The intention is to destroy as much as possible before its end.

It is also what we have learned that as the Geula comes closer & closer, things will be more extreme. People will have to wake up & choose sides, Good & Light or Evil & Darkness, there is no middle ground. in the end, Good & Light will prevail & continue in existence. Darkness & evil will not.

BTW I read a few years ago that almost all the abortion clinics are operated by members of witchcraft covens who consider the dead fetuses/newborns as sacrifices to their dark lord!!!

 
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-22 11:03 AM 
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Shalom Rav Yaakovi,

       "BTW I read a few years ago that almost all the abortion clinics are operated by members of witchcraft covens who consider the dead fetuses/newborns as sacrifices to their dark lord!!!"

        I have an article somewhere in the queue where the Church of Satan is suing to be allowed to have abortions on the basis that it is one of their religious rituals.

 

 
From: RavYBNMay-22 1:24 PM 
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Yes, same filthy crew.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-24 7:35 AM 
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May 24, 2022

         "While red states eagerly ushered kids of all backgrounds back to school, blue states led by Democrats campaigning on solving racial inequality kept impoverished black and Hispanic children at home, thus widening learning gaps between vulnerable, low-income students and high-income students."

Working-Class Minority Kids From Covid Overreach

While blue states floundered to resume classroom learning for large swaths of students, Republican-led states protected working-class, minority children against the severe learning losses caused by Democrats’ Covid-19 overreach by encouraging classroom teaching, new data suggests.

According to a study conducted by Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research, students in low-income areas suffered years worth of academic depletion, especially in math, after spending larger amounts of time in remote learning.

“Within school districts that were remote for most of 2020-21, high-poverty schools experienced 50 percent more achievement loss than low-poverty schools,” the study noted.

All students suffered educationally during the pandemic due to forced remote learning. Ultimately, however, it was the low-income, minority kids who suffered the most. While red states eagerly ushered kids of all backgrounds back to school, blue states led by Democrats campaigning on solving racial inequality kept impoverished black and Hispanic children at home, thus widening learning gaps between vulnerable, low-income students and high-income students.

Most of these students attended schools in large, Democrat-controlled urban hubs in California, Illinois, New Jersey, Virginia, Washington, and Washington D.C. which, even The New York Times admitted, were far more susceptible to anti-science lockdowns and pressure from teachers unions to keep kids remote than those schools in red areas. As a result, these high-poverty students often lacked the parental oversight, home stability, electricity, strong internet, or even a computer required to fully participate in online schooling.

Early in the pandemic, science showed that school closures were not only unnecessary to protect children who are far less likely than adults to contract severe Covid-19 or die from it, but also harmful. While kids in countries like Sweden safely attended class during the height of the virus, students in the U.S. were sentenced to learning online for large portions of 2020 and 2021.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-25 7:19 AM 
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May 25, 2022  

         A lot of people object to student loan forgiveness because they view it as “unfair.”

        One of the unfortunate aspects of this is that education has cost students way too much. When government becomes involved, prices go way up. Then they give the students "loans," to cover the costs. That is only one of the horrendous problems that comes with government involvement. Government should never be anywhere near education at any level.

Student Loan Forgiveness: Who Pays?

Student loan forgiveness has been in the news lately. There are a number of different plans being floated, from blanket debt repudiation up to various amounts, to more limited income-based schemes.

Who will pays? Well, you will.

I think most Americans think Joe Biden or Congress can just wave some kind of magic wand and student loan debt will just disappear. Poof! No harm, no foul. In fact, I think a lot of people believe student loan forgiveness will stick it to the evil banks who lent out all of that money.

But it doesn’t work that way.

Most student loans are backed by the federal government. That means the taxpayer is on the hook. The “evil” lenders will still get their money. The only thing that would change is who foots the bill. Instead of the person who signed their name promising to pay off the loan, the American taxpayer will get stuck with the bill.

A lot of people object to student loan forgiveness because they view it as “unfair.” After all, the borrower willingly took out the loan. This is certainly a valid objection. But most people don’t care about your moral scruples. They’ll just call you uncaring and move on. ~~~~~~~

The Scope of the Problem

Currently, 46 million Americans have outstanding student loans. Of that number, 45.4 million hold federally-backed loans. The total student loan bill stands at $1.75 trillion.

In 2020, the US government stopped defaults and allowed borrowers to pause payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At that time, 11.1% of student loans were 90 days or more delinquent or were in default. This doesn’t count the people who were in various deferment programs and were not counted as delinquent. ~~~~~~~

Ironically, the blame for this glut of student loan debt falls squarely on the shoulders of the US government – the same people promising to fix the problem. Had Uncle Sam not guaranteed all of these loans, lenders would have never been willing to loan a bunch of college kids money to begin with.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-25 7:45 AM 
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May 25, 2022 - #1 of 2

       "While the communique only referenced recruiting volunteer agents in Florida, it indicated that the program is a nationwide initiative."

Mandatory  They may not make such good neighbors anymore.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/patriotism-unity/state-farm-donating-transgender-books-for-5-year-olds-to-schools-in-florida

State Farm donating transgender books for 5-year-olds to schools in Florida

The auto insurance company State Farm is encouraging its agents in Florida to donate books promoting transgenderism to 5-year-olds to their local schools or public libraries, according to an email shared by a whistleblower.

The email, obtained by the nonprofit organization Consumers' Research and shared with the Washington Examiner, revealed that State Farm has partnered with the GenderCool Project, which promotes issues of gender identity in children through various advocacy and public awareness programs, to donate a packet of three books to local schools and public libraries.

The three books, A Kids Book About Being Transgender, A Kids Book About Being Non-Binary, and A Kids Book About Being Inclusive, contain various descriptions about gender and identity meant to disprove the notion that gender is the same as biological sex and establish that it is therefore changeable.

The GenderCool Project markets the "three book bundle" to children ages 5 and over, a fact noted in the whistleblower email.

"The project's goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children age 5+," the email said.

Dated Jan. 18, the email was sent by Jose Soto, a corporate responsibility analyst for State Farm in Florida, and in addition to promoting the company's partnership with the GenderCool Project, it sought to recruit six State Farm insurance agents in Florida to "[receive] these books in March, then [donate] them to their community by the end of April."

"This is a fantastic way to give back and an easy project that will help support the LGBTQ+ community and to make the world around us better," the email added.

While the communique only referenced recruiting volunteer agents in Florida, it indicated that the program is a nationwide initiative.

"Nationwide, approximately 550 State Farm agents and employees will have the opportunity to donate this three book bundle to their local teacher, community center, or library of their choice," Soto wrote in the email.

But the promotion of the project in Florida is notable because Gov. Ron DeSantis recently signed into law the Parental Rights in Education Bill, prohibiting classroom instruction of gender identity and sexual orientation through third grade.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-25 7:47 AM 
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May 25, 2022 - #2 of 2

        "State Farm, the household-name insurance company, has abandoned its program to distribute LGBTQ0themed-books to teachers, community centers, and libraries, explicitly targeting children as young as kindergartners, after a media exposé based on a whistleblower email caught the company by surprise on Monday."

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https://www.nationalreview.com/news/state-farm-abandons-lgbtq-childrens-book-program-after-whistleblower-email-leak/

State Farm Abandons LGBTQ Children’s-Book Program after Whistleblower Email Leak

State Farm, the household-name insurance company, has abandoned its program to distribute LGBTQ0themed-books to teachers, community centers, and libraries, explicitly targeting children as young as kindergartners, after a media exposé based on a whistleblower email caught the company by surprise on Monday.

In an email to all State Farm agents and staff members sent just hours after multiple news outlets revealed the book initiative, Victor Terry, chief diversity officer and vice president of public affairs, announced the cancellation of its collaboration with GenderCool, an organization that promotes LGBTQ teaching via speaking events, mentorship programs, DEI/HR consulting, and advising for parents of transgender children.

“State Farm’s support of a philanthropic program, GenderCool, has been the subject of news and customer inquiries. This program that included books about gender identity was intended to promote inclusivity,” the email, obtained by Libs of TikTok, read. “We will no longer support that program.

In the book Non-Binary, one of the three-book bundle offered in the GenderCool Collection, a character named Gia is introduced to young readers as a transgender girl who uses she/her pronouns. “When you’re born, a doctor looks at you and says, ‘It’s a boy!’ or ‘It’s a girl!’ based on your body. But gender isn’t that simple. You see, when I was born, the doctor said, ‘It’s a boy!’ But . . . this wasn’t true,” Gia narrates.

“The project’s goal is to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+,” the original email said.

The email was sent by Jose Soto, State Farm’s corporate responsibility analyst, to all Florida agents, six of whom would have the opportunity to participate in the program. However, the email’s language suggested a large and national scope.

“Nationwide, approximately 550 State Farm agents and employees will have the opportunity to donate this 3 book bundle to their local teacher, community center or library of their choice,” the email said.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-26 7:36 AM 
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May 26, 2022

             "By the close of business Monday, after the CEO reportedly heard from more than 2,000 independent State Farm agents nationwide (and probably a flood of customers)"

State Farm Exec Apologizes to Angry Agents, Says 'We Made a Mistake With Our Involvement' With GenderCool

State Farm agents across the country fielded angry phone calls on Monday from customers who were either threatening to cancel their policies or who flat-out canceled them after hearing news that the company had partnered with The GenderCool Project to donate books regarding transgenderism and gender fluidity to schools in order to “increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, empowering, and important conversations with children Age 5+.”

The story contained a January 22, 2022 memo from Jose Soto announcing the program. By the close of business Monday, after the CEO reportedly heard from more than 2,000 independent State Farm agents nationwide (and probably a flood of customers), the company announced that it was ending its partnership with The GenderCool Project, as RedState first reported.

But how did this happen? And did State Farm agents know about this partnership and agree with it?

Obviously, the Florida agents who received Soto’s January email and at least a few other agents across the country were aware of or participated in the program, but more than two dozen State Farm agents I heard from since Monday say they were not aware of the program and were furious that State Farm was involved with GenderCool. Due to their contractual agreements with State Farm, none of the agents I spoke with wanted their names to be printed.

Numerous agents mentioned that State Farm’s 100th anniversary convention is about to take place in Las Vegas, and they expect that executives will be bombarded with questions, complaints, and demands that agents have a say in decisions about the company’s philanthropic efforts, since agents are the first line of contact for customers and these philanthropic efforts are ostensibly undertaken in the agents’ names.

 

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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member IconMay-29 7:29 AM 
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May 29, 2022 - #1 of 2

US Air Force Base holds Drag Queen Story Hour for kids

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Ramstein Air Force Base is holding a Drag Queen Story Time for kids. The event, hosted by the Ramstein & Vogelweh Air Force Libraries, will be held on June 2.

"We're celebrating Pride Month at the Ramstein Library with Drag Queen Storytime!" The event details read. "Join us with special guest reader Stacey Teed! Be sure to wear your brightest and most colorful outfits!"

 

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