Wednesday, October 21, 2020

escape to Johnson City Tennessee white people Universities Took Billions in Unreported Foreign Funds, U.S. Finds

Dear Professor Kaufman,

Tennessee is a zero income tax state

Tennessee is the "mother state" where white explorers and settlers first moved from the east coast, and filled Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and most of the south central areas…

Johnson City Tennessee is in the
whitest population center of the continent, Appalachia a multi-state region including the
whitest state West Virginia,
whitest parts of Virginia, North and south Carolina, Georgia,…

Johnson City has the third medical College in the state
and a large teaching hospital
and a large VA medical Center.
Tennessee also has Ivy League Vanderbilt Medical in Nashville.
And an 8 hour drive to Johns Hopkins Annapolis Maryland, a top 3 hospital and medical college.
Whole east coast not so far away.

Tennessee has the best weather in the USA, mountains block off the worst of the winter weather.
Further south gets too hot and humid and hurricanes and minorities.
Shady people inhabit sunny hot climates.

Appalachians mountainous hilly and rugged area with some altitude and skiing
and some bands of Cherokee Indians hiding in the woods for 20,000 years.
Mostly uninhabited, uninhabitable.

Great Smoky Mountains are the most visited national park, along with Yellowstone Wyoming.

Atomic City is an hour away.
Oak Ridge was established in 1942 as a production site for the Manhattan Project—the massive American, British, and Canadian operation that developed the atomic bomb.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Y-12 National Security Complex,
scientific and technological development still plays a crucial role in the city's economy and culture in general.

You may still be able stay at the same hotel as Robert Oppenheimer father of the atomic bomb.
Alexander Inn, originally known as The Guest House,
is a historic building in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
that was built during the Manhattan Project to house official visitors and that later was used as a hotel.
it served as guest quarters to a number of dignitaries during the top-secret Manhattan Project, including
Enrico Fermi,
Robert Oppenheimer and
General Leslie Groves.
In November 2015 the building re-opened as a senior living center,
The facility offers memory-care and assisted-living housing.

> On Oct 21, 2020, at 10:50 AM, K wrote:
> Hi Joe:
> Do you have any good places to move?
> Rich
> The Wall Street Journal: Top Universities Took Billions in Unreported Foreign Funds,

> U.S. Finds
> China theft.
> Hijack
> Takeover of usa
> Universities
> Wall Street Journal: Top Universities Took Billions in Unreported Foreign Funds, U.S. Finds.

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