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亲爱的墨西哥人:我怎样才能让我的墨西哥新女友对特朗普冷静并被驱逐出境? 我们安全地生活在圣所中。 除非发生可怕的事情,否则我不打算嫁给她,但我想帮助她。 她是一个善良,理性的人,简直是接受了特朗普正在向她灌输的恐惧心理。 而且,尽管三度性高潮可能会让她感到暂时的缓解,但我如何才能让她意识到,除非她公然违反了严厉的法律,否则我们将不会被驱逐出境?

好加巴乔谁给它好

亲爱的加巴乔:哇,你真是特别 pendejo。 拥有庇护权的城市地位对特朗普或美国司法部长杰夫·塞申斯(Jeff Sessions)并不表示遗憾,后者威胁要削减向此类城市提供的联邦资金。 避难所城市不能停止 拉米格拉 除了没有证件之外,没有其他原因可以接人。 墨西哥人知道有人在人行道上骑自行车被驱逐出境的情况。 您不是墨西哥人或没有证件的人,而且您显然是一些受骗的w夫, 加巴乔斯 特权使他对他所谓的爱的严重关注视而不见。 您确定您没有投票支持特朗普吗? 我很希望你 新娘 和你分手,找到一个真正的同志,他的头没有抬起头 屁股。 最后,三重高潮? 每当从Pornhub下载剪辑时,您下车的唯一女孩就会发生。

 

多年来,我与墨西哥人一起工作,并与他们一起上大学,这些人通常是罗马天主教,长老会,后期圣徒和其他基督教宗教。 但是,大约十年前,我很幸运地与两位犹太墨西哥人一起工作。 墨西哥犹太文化的历史是什么?

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亲爱的加巴乔:长话短说:犹太人陪伴埃尔南·科尔特斯(HernánCortés)征服墨西哥-实际上,造船的人是 朱迪奥 埃尔南多·阿隆索。 他还因实践犹太教而在1528年被处死刑,因为西班牙天主教徒是今天的ISIS。 由于这种恐怖手段,许多犹太人要么躲避宗教,要么搬到新墨西哥州,尽可能远离宗教裁判所。 快闪了500年,墨西哥城现在有一个重要的犹太社区,墨西哥犹太人早已在该国的上层社会接受,其中最酷的一个是名人厨师Pati Jinich。 但并非全部都是犹太洁食:正如我在第一本书中写到的那样 专栏 早在2004年,“例如,当墨西哥人认为某人是不道德的行为时,我们称该人为 科奇诺·马拉诺-一个肮脏的犹太人。 而且,当您的西班牙老师退出韦伯斯特大学并读到marrano意味着“猪”时,请不要相信她-韦伯斯特大学不知道 mierda 关于西班牙词源。 “马拉诺”确实是指猪,但它也是用来嘲笑为躲避西班牙宗教裁判所而隐藏信仰的犹太人的术语。” ¡Puro pinche parr!

 

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  1. Anonymous [AKA "Doctor Rosenpenis"] 说:

    What is the history of “jews” anywhere? non, they are a fake tribe of Khazar converts that “somehow” always put themselves in trouble. Mostly because their “religion” tells them that they should nestle themselves into the power structure of their host countries and that non-“jews” are worthless cattle.

    There was a town in Spain that has been called “Matajudios” (until recently) since the middle ages, that’s how popular they were back then and when you see AIPAC it doesn’t make them anymore so now.

    • 回复: @biz
    , @LauraMR
    , @Thirdeye
  2. biz 说:
    @Anonymous

    they are a fake tribe of Khazar converts

    Sure, if you ignore every shred of genetic, linguistic, and historical evidence.

    Why is there so much taqiyya on this website?

    • 同意: Logan
    • 回复: @Blake
  3. Mexican would leave Good Gabacho’s Mexican girlfriend with too much to worry about. This sanctuary stuff is just like semi-legalized marijuana: yeah, Federal law still treats marijuana just like it does heroin or cocaine, but nobody worries much about it.

    What Mexican didn’t say is that the girlfriend wants to get married, obviously … and then you can say Goodbye to those triple orgasms … or am I too cynical in my old age? Maybe Gabacho and Mexican girlfriend could live happily ever after …. it’s just that the marriage (and divorce!) laws in, say, California, are not exactly motivating young American males to run to the altar (for the sacrifice).

  4. Texan1 说:

    I asked family friends about their backgrounds, and some of them freely discussed their
    Jewish roots. It wasn’t boasting or anything, it was just part of their family history. These family friends may have been more willing to talk about themselves with me because our families may have been close for a long time.

  5. not only is she not safe from arrest and removal, she might not be eligible to return with papers for five years or maybe ten years if she has been in the usa without authorization for more than a year…you might want to talk to a reputable immigration attorney…on the other hand, you are such a dick you might just get out of her life and let her pursue a decent human being/

  6. Pepe 说:

    Jews are hugely overrepresented among the ruling class in Mexico.

    Even more than the Arabs. And that’s saying a lot.

  7. republic 说:

    I think Fred Reed is an expert on this subject.

  8. anon • 免责声明 说:

    was any local Jew involved in Mexican Parliament attack in 2001 ? The ambassador and Israeli citizen were captured and freed .But what about locals?

  9. LauraMR 说:
    @Anonymous

    There is also a Matamoros, meaning, “killing moors”.

  10. Thirdeye 说:
    @Anonymous

    ……they are a fake tribe of Khazar converts…..

    Not the Sephardim who settled in Spain.

  11. bjondo 说:

    Catholics were cleaning Spain
    Jew were the ISIS then
    same as they are today

    The Sephardim who settled in Spain
    were Berber converts to Jew
    Went into Iberia with Muslims

    They were not from Palestine

    • 回复: @polskijoe
  12. Blake 说:
    @biz

    Sure, if you ignore every shred of genetic, linguistic, and historical evidence.

    Let’s pick your 3 point claim apart one by one:

    1. Of course it would be tough to pinpoint a gene when your identity is based on mythology. Herod destroyed all genealogical records in 68 AD as recorded by Jewish historian of that time, Flavius Josephus. What Jew can prove what tribe he’s from? He can’t.”‘Finding Your Roots’ explores Jewish genealogy” (3 well know American Jews tested. All 3 have 98% + European dna admixture) http://www.pbs.org/wnet/finding-your-roots/blog/ashkenazi-jewish-dna-potential-piece-together-shattered-family-branches/

    2. “Modern Hebrew is a slavic language not a ‘rebirth’ of the dead old semitic hebrew which is “impossible because there are no natives to provide a native norm.” “Modern Hebrew simply embodies syntax & sound system of eastern yiddish language spoken by first modern hebrew planners in Ottoman Palestine, while its lexicon….was systematically replaced by Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew vocabluary.”” – “The Schizoid Nature of Modern Hebrew: A Slavic Language in Search of a Semitic Past” – Prof Paul Wexler (1990)

    3. It is one of those great historical shibboleths that tend to exist in any age: however the strange thing about the ‘Kingdoms of Israel’ is that its not mentioned textually by anyone else – the only evidence we have is from Jewish religious writings written after the fact.

    • 回复: @Texan1
  13. Anonymous • 免责声明 说:

    “Pati Jinich” ..yes – her and her husband both worked as diplomats iirc, and they’re both ethnically European. Her husband I believe currently works for the State Dept and they live outside of DC, very comfortably(I’d wager not on her cooking show money, which she started because she was unfulfilled in her diplomatic job). Anyway her family in Mexico City is the very definition of “elite” – and as far as I can tell, extremely secular in their “Jewishness”.

  14. Texan1 说:
    @Blake

    1. Of course it would be tough to pinpoint a gene when your identity is based on mythology. Herod destroyed all genealogical record s in 68 AD as recorded by Jewish historian of that time, Flavius Josephus…

    Not all the records, apparently. Ever hear of the Desposyni ?

    2. “Modern Hebrew is a slavic language not a “rebirth” of the dead old semitic hebrew which is “impossible because there are no natives to provide a native norm.”…

    You still have native speakers of Aramaic, a sister language to Hebrew. It would be neat to know what ancient spoken Hebrew sounded like. Perhaps there are clues in other languages.

    3. It is one of those great historical shibboleths that tend to exist in any age: however the strange thing about the “Kingdoms of Israel” is that its not mentioned textually by anyone else – the only evidence we have is from Jewish religious writings written after the fact.

    There’s this thing called the Crusades.

    Ever hear of the Jewish kingdom of Septimania ?

    • 回复: @bjondo
  15. bjondo 说:
    @Texan1

    Ever hear of the Jewish kingdom of Septimania ?

    没有

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septimania

    “this thing called the Crusades” has what to do with “Kingdoms of Israel”?

    Did the traveling knights establish a kingdom of israel somewhere? did they write about one? don’t recall.

    any where a jew a jew kingdom

  16. Anonymous [AKA "Darío Fernández-Morera"] 说:

    The implication that Alonso “built [Cortez’s] ships” is inane. He was a blacksmith and carpenter’s assistant.

    Clearly, Mexicans are as uninformed about their history as Americans or Europeans are theirs. Spanish Catholics were not “the ISIS of their day”. And no Jew was ever persecuted by Black Legend Boogeymen Inquisitors – Jews who converted to Christianity, but chose to follow their old religion in secret, were. New Christians, not Jews. So if they were “hiding their religion” then they were guilty of breaking the laws of the state, which, against all concepts of biology, allowed both Moors and Jews either to convert or leave Spain. It’s how one makes a unified country – the same creed for all. As for New Spain, the Edict of 1523 forbade these same two groups from ever taking up residence. If the future real estate dealer and meat supplier Alonso was indeed “judaizing” (e.g. not allowing his wife to attend church while menstruating, etc…) then he knew what he was risking, based on the laws of the land.

  17. polskijoe 说:

    Jewish people…

    I spend lots of time researching and have convinced myself that
    you cant blame all Jews. Some of them are decent people.

    Maranos and Conversos Jews went to the New World (and other places).
    Probably tens or hundred of millions of people have distant Jewish ancestry (in tiny amounts).

    Which groups would have this? Spaniards, Portugues, Italians, Germans, Poles, Russians, Arabs, etc.

    Khazar Theory…

    Claims that Askhenazi Jews are all Khazar origins is wrong.
    Khazar input in Jewish dna is probably very little.

    This theory caters to Muslim Arabs who would prefer Jews be in Europe rather than Israel.

  18. polskijoe 说:
    @bjondo

    Jews worked with people who supported them.

    When the Moors invaded Europe, Jews were supporting Moors/Muslims.

    Probably 20% of Spanish have North African or Jewish Ancestry (distant).
    And I dont really care about that. Since that ancestry is tiny and doesnt affect them.

    • 回复: @bjondo
  19. bjondo 说:
    @polskijoe

    Jew use not support.

    this loses me:

    Probably 20% of Spanish have North African or Jewish Ancestry (distant).
    And I dont really care about that. Since that ancestry is tiny and doesnt affect them.

    the Spanish Jew ancestry (distant) would be Berber.

    the Ashkanazi would be Khazar. like it or not.

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