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originally posted by: liveandlearn
originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: liveandlearn
7) May 2015 Baltimore - Beginning of Soros funded attempted FEDERALIZATION of police. This is an attempt to usurp States rights by the Federal Govt./Soros. Basically, this is the LAST ELECTION, LAST CHANCE - Trump has been pushing this for a long time now.
What dies all of this mean?
I find it too confusing. Maybe I am missing some pieces.
Yes, I would find it confusing as well if I had not been reading so much.
There are missing pieces and that is why the push to get people to look in the right direction.
As has always been said "Follow the Money"...the Clinton Foundation and sex trafficking for money...as I see it.
Too much attention on piazzagate and none to CF and their money trail. Not to mention the total corruption of our gov and our compromised congress and multiple corp executives.
The understanding of red shoes proposed by Andersen was not just the result of a literary imagination. The writer was informed by precise ideas and concepts related to red footwear that had been developed in the period before he wrote his story. The peculiar psychological intensity of red shoes must also be further examined by considering Andersen’s life and personality. The Danish author’s neurotic self-obsession remained a constant feature of his literary production.Many of the features included in
The Red Shoes have a psychological endurance in contemporary culture. Andersen’s concepts of sexuality,mobility, magic, and gender are here traced through time by considering red shoes from the mid-nineteenth century, the time he wrote his famous tale, to the present day.
This chapter also associates red with the concept of passion, a cultural sentiment characterized by erotic desire as well as obsessive urges, spiritual exaltation and suffering. A “red shoe” con- joins a highly charged color and a form that is also not entirely “innocent.” As Julia Pine explores in her chapter in this volume, the very form of shoes presents associations around the body, identity and sexuality. Shoes retain the imprint of the wearer’s foot, and their hollow shape can indicate a vessel for identity, a substitute for the self. This intimacy of body and spirit has caused many superstitious traditions to develop around footwear.
What is there to wonder about? Agents and employees follow the feed and unclassified memos, guides, manual and odds and ends are linked to from there.