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The Destruction Of Black America Was A Practice Run For Global Collapse

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Published on 26 Aug 2022 / In News and Politics

The Destruction Of Black America Was A Practice Run For Global Collapse

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TheCozmikTruth
TheCozmikTruth 3 months ago

It's all true!

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hard-drive
hard-drive 3 months ago

francois holande is michel ponatiowski son :
francois ver huell de morny le hon ponatiowski hollande

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hard-drive 3 months ago

... from ver huell de morny

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hard-drive 3 months ago

this is why they call him "holande"
"Lucotte et al. published in October 2013 the extended Y-STR of Napoleon I based on descendant testing, and the descendants were E-M34, just like the emperor's beard hair tested a year before. The persons tested were the patrilineal descendants of Jérome Bonaparte, one of Napoleon's brothers, and of Alexandre Colonna-Walewski, Napoleon's illegitimate son with Marie Walewska. These three tests all yielded the same Y-STR haplotype (109 markers) confirming with 100% certainty that the first Emperor of the French belonged to the M34 branch of haplogroup E1b1b.
However, Professor Lucotte also tested the Y-DNA of Napoleon III's hair and that Jean-Marc Banquet d'Orx, a presumed descendant through one of Napoleon III's illegitimate sons, the Count of Orx. The results revealed that Jean-Marc Banquet d'Orx was indeed Napoleon III's patrilineal descendant, but that the two men belonged to haplogroup I2, and therefore did not share the same paternal lineage as Napoleon I."
"Another possibility is that Napoleon III was the son of Carel Hendrik Verhuell, a Dutch admiral and statesman who is rumoured to have had a liaison with Hortense when she was Queen of Holland"
"Napoleon, Eugénie, their son and their entourage, including the American Colonel Zebulon Howell Benton, settled at Camden Place, a large three-story country house in the village of Chislehurst, Kent, a half-hour by train from London. He was received by Queen Victoria, who also visited him at Chislehurst."
"Louis-Napoleon had a longtime connection with Chislehurst and Camden Place: years earlier, while exiled in England, he had often visited Emily Rowles, whose father had owned Camden Place in the 1830s. She had assisted his escape from French prison in 1846.
Napoleon was originally buried at St Mary's, the Catholic church in Chislehurst. However, after his son, an officer in the British Army, died in 1879 fighting against the Zulus in South Africa, Eugénie decided to build a monastery and a chapel for the remains of Napoleon III and their son. In 1888, the bodies were moved to the Imperial Crypt at St Michael's Abbey, Farnborough, Hampshire, England"

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hard-drive 3 months ago

it reminds holande disturning national budget with vichy spawns, osarn, csar, cagoule noire behind lvmh, bollore, bouygues, lagardere pretending to be affiliated to cia with dalai lama and diana crew for hiding sea org fraud and pedonazi imposture

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