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Las noticias del día - 20/09/19 description

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Josín

mil gracias don César y equipo por su labor informativa

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Grande Cesar y sin pelos en la lengua... en España el hombre blanco, heterosexual y Español estamos destinados a sifrir, por culpa del feminismo y las leyes de Ideología de Genero. Por cierto, yo tampoco encuentro parecido entre Cristina Almeida y Sofia Loren... Jjjaaaa

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