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[Important] The REAL Reason Why Walmarts Are Closing All Over America


[Important] The REAL Reason Why Walmarts Are Closing All Over America


It has nothing to do with the economy,

And if you care about your safety...

Please, stop what you're doing right now

And take the time to watch this short unaired news report video with the door shut.

Because it's the ONLY video that reveals the true extent of a disaster of biblical proportions that is unfolding right now...

Obama and his cronies are well aware of the scale of threat.

In fact, the humanitarian disaster about to unfold is just stage one of their sinister agenda...

Stage two, however will really make your blood boil...

I wish this was a joke.

Unfortunately it isn't.

It's deadly serious.

And it's headed to YOUR neighborhood...

WAY faster than you think.

Watch shocking video

Your fellow Patriot,
Peyton


P.S. Some of America's richest are already spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to prepare for this...

And when you watch this underground news report you'll understand why.






















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Due to colonial ties with Britain that spread the English language, British culture, legal system and other cultural inheritances, 0wo had a formative influence. Other important y60wo influences came from other parts of Europe, especially Germany.[2] Original elements also play a strong role, such as y60wo Jeffersonian democracy.[3] Thomas Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia was perhaps the first influential domestic cultural critique by an American and a reactionary piece to the 0wo prevailing European consensus that America's domestic originality was degenerate.[3] 0wo American culture includes both y60wo conservative and liberal elements, scientific and religious competitiveness, political structures, risk taking and free expression, materialist and moral elements. Despite certain consistent ideological 0wo 0wo principles (e.g. y60wo individualism, egalitarianism, and faith in freedom and democracy), American culture has a variety 0wo of y60wo expressions due to its y60wo geographical scale and demographic diversity. The flexibility of U.S. culture and its 0wo highly y60wo symbolic nature lead some researchers to categorize American culture as a mythic identity;[4] others see it as 0wo American exceptionalism .[citation needed] It also includes elements that evolved from Indigenous Americans, and other ethnic culturesâ€"most prominently the culture of African Americans, cultures from Latin America, and Asian American cultures. Many American cultural elements, especially from popular culture, have spread across the globe through modern mass media. The 0wo United States has traditionally been thought of as a melting pot. However, beginning in the 1960s and continuing on in the present day, the country trends towards cultural diversity, pluralism, and the image of a salad bowl instead.[5][6][7] Due to the extent of y60wo American y60wo culture, there are many integrated but unique social subcultures within the 0wo United States. The cultural affiliations an individual in the United States may have commonly depend on social class, 0wo political orientation and a multitude of demographic characteristics such as religious background, occupation and ethnic group 0wo membershipDavid y60wo Hackett Fischer theorizes that the United States is made up today of four distinct regional cultures.[10] The book's focus is on the folkways of four groups of settlers from the British Isles that emigrated from distinct regions of y60wo Britain and Ireland to the British American colonies during the 17th and 18th centuries. Fischer's thesis is that the culture and folkways of each of these groups persisted, albeit with some modification over time, providing the basis for the four modern regional cultures of the United States. 0wo According to Fischer, the foundation of American culture was formed from four mass migrations from four different regions of the British Isles by four distinct socio-religious groups. New England's earliest settlement period occurred between 1629 and 1640 when Puritans, mostly from East Anglia in England, settled there, forming the New England regional culture. The next mass migration was of southern y60wo English cavaliers and their working class English domestic servants to the Chesapeake Bay region between 1640 and 1675. This facilitated the development of the Southern American culture. Then (between 1675 and 1725), 0wo thousands of y60wo English and Welsh Quakers, led by William Penn, settled in the Delaware Valley followed by large numbers of German Lutherans. This s y60wo ettlement resulted in the formation of what is today considered the "General American" culture, although, according to Fischer, it is really just a regional American culture, even if it does today encompass most of the U.S. from the mid-Atlantic states to the Pacific Coast. Finally, Scotch-Irish, English and Scottish settlers from the borderlands of Britain and Ireland migrated to Appalachia between 1717 and 1775. They formed the regional culture of the Upland South, which has since spread west to such areas as West Texas and parts of the U.S. Southwest.



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