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    Kidist Paulos Asrat or Kidist P. Asrat as she likes to be known in her professional ventures, is the blogger behind cameraluc.blogspot.com and kpasrat.blogspot.com , beautyforbodymindandspirit.blogspot.ca and has contributed to the American Thinker.


    Kidist was born in Ethiopia and identifies herself with the Amhara people and considers herself to be Caucasian. Kidist and her family fled Ethiopia around 1974 after the fall of Emperor Haile Salassie. At the time Kidist was roughly 11 years old, the family moved first Paris and then London, and the United States after which they finally settled in Canada. Today Kidist lives in the multi-cultural hub of Toronto, a fact in itself that is baffling with her views.


    Kidist works at a clothing store; however there is speculation that she must have family money or support to fund her lifestyle and travels (mainly to NYC).


    Kidist is a firm believer in belief that her blog is an intellectual treasure trove, dealing with high-class fashion, architecture, art and social issues affecting North America (Canada & The United States). Not only is her work of a very high quality but greatly appreciated.


    However her blog reads far more as her own personal diatribe against, Gays, Muslims, Liberals, Women, Asians, interracial couples and immigrants. Kidist is all for equal opportunity hating.


    Kidist's Greatest Hits/WTF Moments:

    As a child Kidit presented flowers to the Emperor, this memory is clearly very important to her and has possibly allowed her to build up her elite status in her mind now that she lives in a world far from that of her childhood.




    Kidist is not of the opinion that Asian's can understand or play classical music or dance in the ballet. Her expertise in the matter is the fact that she has studied, violin, piano and sung in classical choirs in her youth. The fact that the National Ballet had Chinese principal ballerina, performing in 'white roles' appears to cause her much rage.




    Kidist is creepily obsessed with the child of her neighbors, a young white couple they have a child who is approximately three years old. This little boy has a Chinese caretaker/Nanny. Kidist is not pleased by this arrangement and is constantly spying on the child and caretaker, and approaching the parents to 'warn' them. She is also very worried that the caretaker is attempting to lure the child into accepting other races to the point where he will marry an Asian woman.




    Not understanding the presence of Native American's in the Thanksgiving Parade.




    Immigrants of the Asian/ Muslim persuasion

    Kidist has a lot of pent up rage for immigrants, these range from delightful complaints that they are spending more money that herself to the fact that they bring their own language and culture to Canada. Women who dress in their native attire and speak their own language trying to ruin the real Canada (not the native Canadian's mind you). Immigrants ruin the prices of homes and bring with them their own food and scents changing the landscape. Multi -cultural Canada will be the death of Kidist.




    Kidist enjoys attacking the Obama’s (everyone including Bo is fair game), apparently The President is incapable etc and Michelle and the girls have appalling clothing choices.




    Kidist occasionally ventures an opinion on movies and award shows. Popular Movies = bad, especially if they have a tinge of race to them. Oh and Tina Fey has a potty mouth.


    Kidist is friends with Lawrence Auster and Laura Wood (The Thinking Housewife), and keeps in touch not only by email but has visited them. She treats their words and thoughts as high intellect and quotes them regularly.




    Kidist also goes out of her way to not only stare and complain about interracial couples to people serving her in restaurants but does the same for Gay couples. The lack of response she receives from others is perceived by her to be agreement and she appears to be convinced that Canada is full of people who like her are appalled by interracial couples, gays and immigrants but are too cowardly to say so publically and need her to speak out.


    Kidist doesn't allow comments on her blog. While you can email her, she is very quick to threaten to report you to the HRC ,the dissonance is strong with this one. You are however encouraged to contribute to her endeavors at publish a book.


    Notable Kidist threads include.

    http://freejinger.org/forums/viewtopic. ... st#p469746

    http://freejinger.org/forums/viewtopic. ... st#p460765

    http://freejinger.org/forums/viewtopic. ... st#p171601

    http://freejinger.org/forums/viewtopic. ... st#p200416



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    • 6 minutes ago, hauntedoklahoma said:

      Doesn’t he have a brother and sister in law in Florida?

      Yes, Andrew & Kori!

    • NarcissismKills


      2 hours ago, finacial ice said:

      yes, but Elizabeth does not like public settings. So the phone calls are going to be a common thing I'm sure.  I highly doubt the church will be allowed to fail, too many businesses are tied into the church. Members would not have the income or wealth that their business brings in, if it wasn't for the congregation.  It would be a travesty if the church went under, lifestyles would change dramatically!

      Awww, doesn't like to get up on stage and sing for her millions. The poor thing. Gag. 

    • Eventually, we'll just get: 

      "OK 🧑‍🤝‍🧑, the Hawkins family will be 🚙 to OH today.  We will put up the  at Grace Baptist .  Come and 🙏 with us.  We need to 🏋️‍♂️ up ✝️.  We need to save :lost: souls."

    • hauntedoklahoma


      Doesn’t he have a brother and sister in law in Florida?

    • Cartmann99


      I don't want to continue clogging up the main governor's thread for those who have no interest in Abbott's shenanigans.

      New order strips local officials' ability to set capacity limits amid high hospitalizations, stresses 'personal responsibility'


      DALLAS — A new executive order issued Thursday from Gov. Greg Abbott stripped local officials' ability to limit capacity at businesses or to require vaccines or face masks.

      Abbott tweeted that the order "emphasizes that the path forward relies on personal responsibility rather than government mandates."

      The new order overrides previous orders, so local officials can't restrict business capacity, even if hospitalization rates are over 15% in an area. 

      That option was in place last year during the height of the pandemic, and businesses in North Texas were limited to 50% at one point.

      The new order comes as hospitalizations reached over 15% on Thursday in the Galveston region, according to the state health department. Other areas are increasing close to that threshold, such as the Belton/Killeen region at 14% and Bryan/College Station region at 12%, according to the state.

      On Wednesday, WFAA reached out to county judges who said, at the time, still had the option to limit business capacity if hospitalizations were at 15%.

      Now, here can be no COVID-related limits for operating a business or any other establishment, the new order said. School districts or local officials also can't enact mask requirements.

      In a virtual interview with WFAA, Dallas County judge Clay Jenkins reacted to the new order, accusing Abbott of making decisions based on what’s best for him politically instead of what’s best for public health.

      “The governor will tell you what’s legal based on polling that will help him," Jenkins said. “The virus doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican or whether you’re tired or not tired. It’s just relentlessly looking for a host.”

      On Wednesday, Dallas County and Texas both reported the highest number of daily cases since early February.

      Texas also set several COVID milestones, Thursday:

      More than 10,000 confirmed cases for the first time since Feb. 9. (10,086)

      Positivity rate above 15% for the first time since Jan. 27 (15.48%) 

      More than 5,000 COVID hospitalizations for the first time since March 4, 2021, at 5,292

      Only 52.44% of the eligible Texas population has been fully vaccinated, according to the state.

      The CDC's community transmission map measures the level of COVID-19 spread for every county in the U.S. The order says that in areas where the transmission rate is high (the orange and red areas seen in the map below), people are encouraged to wear face masks in areas where it's not feasible to social-distance.


      "Texans are strongly encouraged as a matter of personal responsibility to consistently follow good hygiene, social-distancing and other mitigation practices," the order said.

      It said state and local officials should continue to make the vaccine available for eligible people.

      Hospitals must submit daily reports of hospital bed capacity to the state. Public and private entities must continue to share COVID test results with the state.


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