Hey Galvak! Revolucionari!
Vyjadris se k tvym bludum co tu blijes? Omluvis se, ze jsi udelal chybu a nebo
to nechas plavat s tim, ze kazdej uz stejne vi, ze jsi moron? Mej trochu
smilovani - motas MAGAturds mozky (nebo co to v prdelich maji). A jak jsem te uz
poprosil, udelej nam sluzbicku/radost a pracuj na odpojeni Texasu … texit.
Genius GalvaK prohlasil:
malej detail,Texas zakladali cesi. Prvni noviny vydavany v TX byli v
cestine...cestina byla dokonce nejakej cas treti uradny jazyk....nevim odkud TX
vzal vlajku ale tusim odkud vzali inspiraci cesi.
Hele "poorly educated", alespon si vygoogluj veci o kterych tu pises a nemas
o nich poneti.
In late August 1851, 16 families from northeastern Bohemia left Hamburg,
Germany, to begin an arduous 17-week voyage to the Texas coast. Those first
Czech immigrants arrived in early 1852 and were followed in 1853 and 1854 by
other Czech families..
The official flag of Texas was adopted in session by the Third Congress of
the Republic of Texas in Houston, January 25, 1839, on motion of William H.
Wharton, Oliver Jones and others.
Nevim jestli to vis, ale 1839 (kdy texasky prapor by prijaty) je mensi cislo
nez 1854 (kdyz Cesi prijeli do Texasu).
Tohle jsou takove hlavni datumy z texaske historie :
similarly to Spanish Texas.
Mexican Texas: 1821–1836
Republic of Texas: 1836–1845
Spanish Texas: 1690–1821
French Texas: 1684–1689
Nikde ani zminka o Cesich.
The first Czech immigrants started their journey to Texas on August 19, 1851,
headed by Jozef Šilar. Attracted to the rich farmland of Central Texas, Czechs
settled in the counties of Austin, Fayette, Lavaca, and Washington. The
Czech-American communities are characterized by a strong sense of community, and
social clubs were a dominant aspect of Czech-American life in Texas. By 1865,
the Czech population numbered 700; by 1940 there were more than 60,000
Czech-Americans in Texas.
Hele smudlo, tohle jsem taky nasel na Googlu. S tema novinama jsi si to taky
vytahl z prdele. Ale co ja vim, mozna prdel a mozek mas ve stejnyhm miste. Ja
bych se za neco takovyho stydel, ale vim, ze to u tebe nepripada v uvahu.
MAGAtardi takovy veci nedelaji. Jsi neschopnej a chces delat revoluci? Nedelej
si z nas prdel
The Daily News, formerly the Galveston County Daily News and Galveston
Daily News, is a newspaper published in Galveston, Texas, United States. It was
first published April 11, 1842, making it the oldest newspaper in the U.S. state
of Texas. The newspaper founded The Dallas Morning News on October 1, 1885, as a
sister publication. It currently serves as the newspaper of record for the
City of Galveston as well as Galveston County.