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18 Year-Old Cyberbullied for Wearing Chinese Dress to Prom

Yahoo! News Article

I’m not seeing any problems here


Funny that this story about a girl in a Chinese dress getting heat on social media comes the same day as this story:

Chinese military lasers injure US military pilots in Africa



24 and 42 are two numbers I’ve documented as being commonly stamped into racial propaganda. Great examples came up recently in the stories of two black men arrested at Starbucks, and a racist school firing their football coach.

This story discusses a phrase I haven’t heard before – cultural appropriation.

"Cultural appropriation" = 1224 (Jewish)

12 is of course half of 24, just as 24 is the reflection of 42. If we gematrinate the entire headline, we find a 4-2-4 sequence using the same cipher, Jewish, which I believe to be of utmost significance to this study.

High School Senior Fighting Back After She’s Accused of Cultural Appropriation Over Prom Dress

“High School Senior Fighting Back After She’s Accused of Cultural Appropriation Over Prom Dress” = 4024(Jewish)

Comically, the other headline has this gematria too:

“Chinese military lasers injure US military pilots in Africa” = 424 (All Exceptions)

So what’s up with this story? Keziah Daum is from Utah, a deep root in the Jesuit / Masonic community. We should see a 13 or 33 hoax code here."Keziah Daum" = 45 (Full Reduction)"Keziah Daum" = 99 (English Ordinal)

"Racism" = 45 (Reverse Full Reduction)"Racism" = 99 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Thirteen" = 45 (Full Reduction) Thirteen = 99 Ordinal

"Keziah" = 33 (Full Reduction)

The 33rd prime number is 137. She goes to Woods Cross High School"Woods Cross High School" = 137 (Single Reduction)"Woods Cross High School" = 1370 (English Extended)

"Woods Cross High School" = 1660 (Jewish)"Secret society" = 166 (English Ordinal)

"Keziah Daum" = 449 (Satanic)"Bullshit" = 449 (Jewish)

Why fake a story like this? Again, it’s about building a culture of people who don’t express themselves in fear of saying or doing the wrong thing, or offending someone. If anyone who is Chinese is offended by this, then the problem sits with them somewhere.
It would be one thing if she was wearing the full geisha garb, carrying chopsticks, and playing stereotypical Chinese music wherever she went. Then, I’d have a problem with it.
I wouldn’t call her out on it though

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