The harm these women and men do is often horrible, there have been numerous men murdered by Philippine women and their families. government forget it guys , immigration actually helps protect these women.
Their have been many men lose 1000 to 5000 dollars in these scams . maybe our government has a secret agenda because they most certainly are aware of these crimes.
It was used by the Nazi Party to symbolize German nationalistic pride.
To Jews and the enemies of Nazi Germany, it became a symbol of antisemitism and terror. The earliest known textual use of the word swastika is in Panini's Ashtadhyayi, where it is used to explain one of the Sanskrit grammar rules, in the context of a type of identifying mark on cow's ear.
It makes me sad that so many wonderfully deserving and quality women out there are in situations or relationships where they even feel they have to ask this question. From readers, from friends, across social media, and Lord knows I’ve heard the same cry from my own heart at least a dozen times: “How do I know if he really loves me and wants to be with me?
” The truth is…I can’t tell you some magical formula for how to figure out if he really loves you and wants to be with you. (The answer to that final question, by the way, is YES. Too much woman for too little man.) But finally…I should say that all these signs and all this evidence really means nothing, because you answered your question when you asked it.
You will constantly be walking on quicksand or eggshells. He’ll even leave you feeling as though him doing this is a huge favor to you.
He will subtly let you know that spending time with you is not a privilege but an inconvenience to him…so you should savor every precious moment he allots to you because you weren’t worthy of it in the first place.
A swastika generally takes the form of a rotationally symmetrical arrangement (a cross) with four equally spaced legs of identical length each bent at 90 degrees in a uniform direction to create a pattern akin to a four-armed spiral.
The swastika was adopted by several organizations in pre–World War I Europe and later, and most notably, by the Nazi Party and Nazi Germany prior to World War II.
under the commonly used IAST transliteration system, but is pronounced closer to "swastika" when letters are used with their English values. Left: a left facing swastika, also called counterclockwise, appears in the Bon tradition; Right: a right facing swastika, typically called clockwise, appears commonly in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.
The first attested use of the word swastika in a European text is found in 1871 with the publications of Heinrich Schliemann, who while crudely digging the Hisarlik mound near the Aegean Sea coast, for the lost history of Troy (Trojan war), discovered over 1,800 ancient samples of the swastika symbol and its variants. Although all swastikas are bent crosses based on a chiral symmetry, they appear with different geometric details: as compact crosses with short legs, as crosses with large arms and as motifs in a pattern of unbroken lines.
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