Sunday, February 26, 2017

WHO IS TOM PEREZ?
Can You Say Marxist?

Tom Perez, newly elected chairman of the DNC

Former United States Secretary of Labor


Thomas Edward "Tom" Perez is an American politician, consumer advocate, and civil rights lawyer, who has been Chair of the Democratic National Committee since 2017. Wikipedia

Born: October 7, 1961 (age 55 years), Buffalo, NY

Nationality: American




Here are ten key facts about radical progressive leftist Tom Perez that you may not know:

1. Tom Perez supports Islamic Sharia Law in America which is antithetical to the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

2. Perez had his own Hillary Clinton-like email scandal, secretly using a private email account to do government business while at the Department of Labor. Perez “likely violated both the spirit and letter of the Federal Records Act” by using his private email to hide what he was doing from federal officials, according to The Wall Street Journal.

3. Tom Perez radically supports amnesty for illegal aliens and is anti-border enforcement. “Bringing 11 million undocumented workers out of the shadows and on a path to citizenship will give them access to higher wages and greater economic opportunity,” he said on October 29, 2013.

4. Perez is a racist who fought to expand alleged hate crimes, which he characterizes as a predominantly white-on-black phenomenon. He believes that if minorities commit more crimes, it is only because they are discriminated against. He calls it “disparate impact.

5. In 2012, while at the Obama Justice Department before becoming labor secretary in 2013, Perez sued Jacksonville, Florida, because black firefighter applicants got lower test scores on exams than white applicants. Perez believes that written tests for firefighters and police officers is somehow discriminatory.

6. Perez had the radical view that the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division’s mission was to help those “living in the shadows” (helping illegal aliens). Perez believes that applicants to certain professions should be given preferencebased on skin colors other than white.


8. A lifelong bureaucrat, Tom Perez was deputy assistant attorney general for civil rights under Democrat president and serial woman abuser Bill Clinton. Perez worked under nutjob Janet Reno.

9. Perez was previously president of Casa de Maryland, a communist front group and a notorious advocacy group for illegal aliens funded by George Soros and socialist madman Hugo Chavez. (Big donors to Casa de Maryland include Soros’s Foundation to Promote Open Society –$270,000 since 2010– National Council of La Raza –$70,000 since 2004– and two government-supported entities, Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp. –$40,000 since 2011– and Maryland Legal Services Corp. –$630,203 since 2005.)


10. Perez is a proponent of “Critical Legal Studies,” which is a legal theory derived from anti-American Marxism.

[NOTE: Checked with Snopes and Politifact neither of whom reported a word on this.]

42 comments:

  1. He's even worse than the other nominee they were considering, the Muzzie who was swarn in to office on the Quran.

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    1. I doubt THAT very much, Anon. THAT guy is anathema. Poor Tom Perez is just another product of the Poison Ivy League –– a person whose life has been predicated almost entirely on Leftist Theories. The Poison Ivy League long ago became America's largest producer of Marxian Marionettes who dance unquestioningly to the tunes called by the likes of George Soros.

      Ellison came up the Hard Way. He has Street Smarts, and is, therefore, far more dangerous than a limp-wristed lightweight like Tommy the Commie Perez.

      The Poison Ivy League does not want to produce THINKERS. Their aim is to produce asn army of mindless, soulless, obedient AUTOMATA condtioned to do the bidding of The Bosses (Oligarchs) who pull all the strings behind the scenes.

      Disbelieve htat at your peril.

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    2. Last election...DemRats only garnered 38% of the white vote. And the majority of that was silly fema-nazis with poozy hats. One can see where this party is going now. Anarchists, marxists, snowflakes, BLM, uniformed blacks, illegals and mooslems...which I'll never understand. Since moozies are really very much opposed to libs favorite pets.

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    3. Hi, Imp.

      Leftists are so busy taking pot shots at successful, responsible, high-achieving people trying to make them feel guilty for being strong, capable, healthy and prosperous, the leftists rarely take stock of themselves, and remain unaware of what's wrong there. No common sense might be a better way to put it.

      The Left is so obsessed with minding Other People's Business that Leftists generally don't bother to learn to do what would be best for themselves and their families.

      Remember Eleanor Roosevelt? She was so busy "Saving the World," she took poor care of her home, her husband and her children.

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  2. While Perez did have the backing of Obama's people, the hard Bernie left was in Ellison's camp. So this was really a compromise between the far left and the extreme radical left. And that is what the Dems now look like. It's a struggle between the far left and the sort of extremists who deem them Neo-Liberals for not wanting to abolish the United States tomorrow.

    The Dems are descending deeper into the swamps of radical political extremism as they named Anti-Semitic, Anti-Israel Keith Ellison to the DNC Deputy Chair.

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  3. This is a 'good' thing, right? Because let's face it, Perez's policies are NEVER going to "bring back the White working class".

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    1. Yes, of course, Thersites, but isn't THAT the true motive behind the Leftist Agenda –– to stamp out "WHITENESS," and possibly even the MEMORY of it?

      These bastards are determined, quite literally, to FUCK us OUT of EXISTENCE.

      FIGHT for the RIGHT to DELGHT in BEING WHITE.

      Marry a blonde!

      ];^}>

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  4. Wow! You have a LOT there!

    1. Sharia - I clicked on the link to AT but aside from the headline, and just maybe the part about speech laws, I couldn't find anything about Sharia Law. The most I could find on this Perez/Sharia thing came from Pam Geller (but she's really, really, like psychotically, anti-Islam, http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2012/01/new_docs_reveal_how_doj_kowtows_to_muslim_brotherhood.html). The trouble is, none of this showed anything untoward. In his position, and given the spot American Muslims found themselves after 9/11, of course he would be in touch with Muslim civil rights groups. Heck, some crazy dude just shot three Indians the other day thinking they were Muslims! Not a first for that either. I'm sure Perez was in touch with all sorts of civil rights groups. I see no record of supporting the idea of allowing Sharia Law to override US Law.

    2. Emails - This one kinda goes round in circles. He did release everything in the end. There was no illegal activity. The "quid pro quo" with Minneapolis didn't seem like anything other than sorting out jurisdictions and arguments, but there's no clear bad thing here.

    3. Immigration - I agree with Perez. This is getting ridiculous. We can't have millions and millions of people here, most of whom for more than ten years now, the average around eight, many for decades, living and working and going to school and using services and even fighting in the military, and just keep them in non-citizenship like Helots forever. It's not going to end well for anyone if we keep that, historically proven to be stupid, status quo. We need to mainstream them into the society they are now and have long been already a part of.

    4. Racism - this is completely misstated (I know this is not from you personally, FT, so I'm not putting that on you). This has to do with a legal concept that patterns of institutional racism can be shown as evidence just as direct proof of intent. It's a legal theory that's been around for a long time. It's debatable, and is currently a popular debate, but it's not "racism." That's just silly.

    5. Jacksonville - I read enough to see there were some problems in Jacksonville worth the DOJ's attention. This popped out of another case. This time it was weirdly irrelevant questions on tests for supervisors. For anyone in the modern workforce who has experienced how companies play around with tests to get results they want (a relatively new phenomena you may not be familiar with, FT), this seems to be an example of that. The multiple complaints regarding this and other issues are still being sorted out.

    6. Racial preferences - I think this is another misrepresentation of Perez' position. It's just the Jacksonville thing again.

    7. Tuition - I agree with Perez.

    8. This is just silliness.

    9. Conspiracy theory silliness.

    10. Marxism - this is another misrepresentation. It came of the realist movement, it has some communist heritage from way, way back, but now it's just a legal theory having to do with fairness, common sense, and reality, balanced against strict "rule following." Really, it's about giving more latitude to the courts. It's interesting, and shouldn't be reduced to commie baiting silliness.

    Ooosh... that was a LOT of ado about very little... But it made for some interesting reading!

    JMJ

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    1. Jersey you sure give a fellow a lot of work to do@ WHEW!

      All I can say right now is that if the information given in #9 are, indeed, factual, then it cannot be dismissed as "mere silly conspiracy theory."

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    2. Much more "sillness" like this from the DNC midget circus, and they'll be holding their 2020 convention in a phone booth.

      Go loony left! Resist! Shout! Scream! Turn over Cars! Burn things! Riot in the streets!

      The DemonCraps are scaring off the normals. Look at how they turned Wisconsin red.

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    3. Jersey's been smoking hopium with Uncle Bernie again.

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    4. Well, on the CASA thing, I read a few sources and saw a pretty harmless group trying to do some good things. The piece from the CRC makes the whole thing sound like some secretive cabal, and it clearly is not.

      JMJ

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    5. Wolves in sheep's clothing, Jersey

      Wolves in sheep's clothing.


      What "sources" do you consult?

      Most today being to the ENEMEDIA.

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    6. I'm a pretty smart guy, my friend. I'm not easily fooled. That's why in my old life, my job was to argue contract and law with people trying to fool me. And I was very good at my job. Always in the black. You can agree or disagree with what CASA does - I think they are doing something genuinely good - but they are quite open, you can read about them from a whole slew of sources, they make no bones about where they're coming from, and the only disingenuousness I see here is the dark representation from your CRC. They use all this dark language but have no substance to back it up.

      JMJ

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  5. It is fitting that this nation's preeminent socialist party be led by a socialist. Finally, some honesty from the Demon Crap Party.


    I still would have preferred the Nation of Islam guy.

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    1. Veronica Rivers said

      RU kidding? THAT one shouldn't even be allowed to VOTE much less hold PUBLIC OFFICE.

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    2. Muzzlo-Commutard Ellison is the ideal spokestard for the Dummocraps

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  6. Bottom line …

    While those liberal progressives morons are freaking out over President Donald Trump, we see the progressive socialist democrats openly embracing a communist like Bernie Sanders and considering the appointment of an Anti-Semitic, un-American racist Keith Ellison, and electing a whit hating Communist like Tom Perez to head the Democraticenclaves of progressive idiocy, and have completely turned their backs on those who are destroying America from within?

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  7. Fab comments all! Making America Great Again.

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  8. JMJ, The democrats support all kinds of rights for people in this country illegally. Is it your belief that because they are breaking the law they should be given special treatment?
    That like saying that you only have to obey a law if you like it. There is a reason they are called ILLEGAL.

    During the past eight years the former PBHO had ample opportunity to revamp our immigration policy yet he chose to ram a bill through penalizing the majority of taxpayers with the obamacare debacle.
    The liberals riot over immigration but the last president to try to do anything was GWB.

    As to Perez, I think it was a great choice. The liberals lost with a shoe in because they are out of touch with the average working American and this just keeps that ball rolling. IF DJT is effective with 20% of his agenda the nation can rebuild itself after 8 years of middle class meltdown and economic stagnation.

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    1. Good to see you, Skud. Thanks for stopping by,

      It's a complicated issue. I've never been one to believe "The Law is the Law. Period!"

      Much of what Jersey says has merit just as much does not. ;-)

      When a law fails to serve the most HUMANE interests, it needs to be reinterpreted or revised.

      For instance the idea that a person who has lived here since he was a baby or a tiny toddler –– a person who has known no life there than that of being a de facto American –– should NOT be punished for his parents' infraction of the law.

      The gangsters, the drug dealers the thugs, the murderers, the bums, and those women who came here primarily to deposit ANCHOR BABIES in our midst who then collect BENEFITS from the Public Till for the children they produce –– ALL of THEM should be DENIED ENTRANCE and THROWN OUT BODILY.

      On the other hand, the many who work hard, serve useful purposes, live good, clean, resectable lives, make every effort to learn English, and raise their children to become good American citizens should NOT be molested by the authorities.

      So yes, I'll say it straight out, I most fervently believe in DISCRIMINATION. You may call it "A Nuanced Approach," if you, like. ;-)

      Like the Beadle in Dickens's Oiiver Twist, I think "The LAW is a' ASS" –– in far too many instances at least.

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    2. I do agree that we need to have a path to citizenship and someone who has been a productive citizen needs to be on that path. I disagree with the liberal opinion that a we should overlook the laws that we disagree with.
      The kick the can has worked for too long and now we have someone who wants to stop the can. Although I don't agree with a lot of DJT's ways of getting things done he is doing what he said he was going to do.

      Obama and the democrats had years to tackle immigration reform and didn't do squat. If you are not going to enforce the law why have it. If we have a city who accepts federal dollars and says we are not going to enforce the federal law, they no longer get federal dollars. If you don't agree with a law, change it.

      Most people believe in discrimination as long as it is not against them.

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    3. Skudrunner, hey! It's good to hear from you! I'm blogging again if you'd like to visit (https://jerseymcjones.blogspot.com/)!

      "The democrats support all kinds of rights for people in this country illegally."

      This is kinda vague. Let me see if I can add a little direction. As we are in fact a country of relatively recent immigrants (with the exception of Native Americans) compared to the Old World, and the further back you go the more so, the Constitution does address this issue:

      "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

      Note that this clause uses "citizens" and "persons" distinctively, the privileges and immunities of citizens, and the rights of all persons. So, yes, even person's who've come here illegally, or over-stayed their visa, or whatever, do have rights.

      As a matter of human decency, I'm glad that's so. If and when Democrats, or any politicians, make sure those rights are protected, as far as I am concerned, they are doing their jobs, well.

      I don't know what you mean by "special treatment," or "all kinds of rights."

      Obama had a two-year span when he could have addressed immigration, but the Dems chose to go the healthcare route and just didn't have the political capital left for immigration. It's a fair argument whether immigration should have been tackled first, but really the better argument would have been why not both then? He had another chance with the Senate GOP, but the House GOP didn't want it. GWB had the same problem, with the same partisan stage, ironically.

      I don't think you understand the ideological dynamics of the of the DNC. The "liberals" were all over the place. I was for Perez from the beginning, and I'm as "liberal" as you get. Perez has a better understanding of how to get the party into the service sector labor demographic. He's also more pragmatic, a technocrat. Ellison is a movement guy, and as Perez' deputy, the two of them should be a pretty good combo.

      "IF DJT is effective with 20% of his agenda..."

      Like what?

      "...the nation can rebuild itself after 8 years of middle class meltdown and economic stagnation."

      What? Are you joking? 8 years? WTF? Skud, certainly you are older than 8 years old!

      JMJ

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    4. I have one little beef with the "throw out the criminals" argument, FT...

      One thing I noticed seeing all these sensationalist news stories about illegal immigrants committing crimes or being in gangs and whatnot, they seem to always mention something about how these bad guys kept reentering the country - 1 time, 2 times, 8 times, more times than than a progressive jazz piece. So, wouldn't it be better to just punish them here? How does sending them back do anything? If I could get out of doing a stint at Sing Sing, and get sent to Mexico, how has that made anyone safer? Now, Jersey McJones is loose in Mexico, those poor people, if you build a wall, I'll just rent a boat and come back if I like, and wallah! Back to building the Doomsday Device! ;)

      JMJ

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    5. Jersey you've just made a near-perfect case for why we MUST build Trump's Great Wall.

      And don't take that term too literally. It must be a many-sided BARRIER that is EFFECTIVE in barring entrance to unwanted aliens. Besides a physical WALL that would have to include armed stationed at frequent intervals, regular monitoring by Air Patrols, electronic monitoring, and possibly even MINING certain areas, though I hope that never becomes necessary.

      If we only treated Mexicans the way MEXICO treats US and other visitors to their country –– we would put ourselves WAY ahead of the game.

      The problem is not really the illegal aliens' fault; it has been created by our own incredible LAXITY, cupidity, and stupidity.

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  9. The ACLU may done a few good things, (but so did Hitler)... but their bad things far outweigh the good.
    When I was in the Army if you were a member of ACLU or had ties to ACLU you could not get a security clearance.
    Not only that, but they have an agenda that is antithetical to the USA. This organization was started at the turn of the last century, and is today perpetuated by, communists/socialists who wish to destroy just about everything that makes our nation great only to have it remade on a communist/socialist model. And this is old news! The ACLU has been an admitted Communist organization since its' founding. Also George Soros is very connected to this Communist Organization as is the terrorist Bernardine Dohrn to its Advisory Board. Is anybody really surprised?

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    1. How man ways can you say ACL-JEW!

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  11. On a night when much of America was honoring celebrities who play make-believe heroes in films, the president preferred the company of those who provide real heroism for their nation.

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    1. I'll bet none of them had a coloured lapel ribbon to "honor" them, either. Acta non lapel ribbon!

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    2. We contemplate why Trump was not patriotic in 1966 and avoided service during Vietnam.

      Confounding and perplexing.

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    4. Irrelevant, inappropriate, and misleading wind be more like it, Anon.

      See you are one of those Born Troublemakers who plague the nation with endless DISTRACTIONS designed to DERAIL constructive agendas.

      Well, a POX on you. ;-

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    5. That Anonymouse is Lestard Crapentar!!!!

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    6. Please, Frank, don't bore us by bearing down so hard on the obvious.

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  12. Think about this, these Hollyweird actors cant even read cards right. Their producers completely screwed up their biggest awards show for the year and they want to slam on Trump when he has a far more complex operation going on like trying to straighten out the mess that Obama created. Right now President Trump is laughing his ass off, and so am I!
    I would not waste a penny seeing any of them and I would not waste a second watching those self-admiring communist idiots glorifying themselves. And not only for their miserable lack of talent, but more for their even more miserable compulsion to turn an award presentation into a childish political forum filled with vulgar profanity!
    Ingrid Bergman, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Edward G. Robinson must be rolling in their graves.

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  13. Former president Bill Clinton, the beloved hero of the left an the “Presumed” husband of the flawed democratic Candidate for President served as honorary chairman for GEMS Education from 2011 to 2014, according to federal tax returns he filed with his wife, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

    His biggest paycheck from the closely-held company — which is incorporated in the Cayman Islands — was in 2014 when he pocketed $2.1 million. It is unclear if Bill received income from the Middle Eastern firm in 2015, since Hillary has not yet released her tax return for that year.

    Sharia law is the Islamic religious legal system that many in the West see as intolerant of human rights and other religions, as well as violating the rights of women and gays. Sharia law is considered by Muslims to be superior to all secular authorities. Islamic jihadis regularly call for the imposition of Sharia law and want to impose it on the West.

    GEMS boasted in a 2013 bond prospectus that it is the “only foreign group approved for educational services in Saudi Arabia.” The GEMS facilities in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, taught 1,600 students in 2013.

    Saudi Arabia is where Wahabism, the strictest form of Sharia, is observed. The Middle Eastern kingdom bars women from driving cars, requires women to wear the strictest form of the hijab, which covers everything but the eyes and hands. Gay men and women are persecuted in Saudi Arabia.

    This is outrageous. Imagine the arrogance it takes for Bill to think he can get away with this while his wife runs for President.
    We all know about the lying and corrupt Clinton’s and we are now finding out the other corrupt that are backing the Clinton’s whether they are Liberal Democrat’s or traitorous criminals
    The Clintons are corrupt, and they deserve serious prison time. We the American people are helpless to their crimes, and their crookedness. . They continue to get away with horrific criminal activity. Even the FBI seems to be helpless to stop their crimes or do they just turn a blind eye at it..
    And this is what you Liberals wanted for your President? And you protest against Donald Trump? Oh the Hypocrisy! Sure Trump has made mistakes and not always said the right thinks but that is only because he is not a polished politicians and to me that is a good thing, but at least his heart is in the right place, and he really wants what’s best for thus country!
    .I will take Trump and his policies and temperament before Hillary’s any day. Hillary has already proved she is dangerous.

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  14. So, the Democratic Party hasn't moved toward the center, after all -- as has been touted by various mainstream media outlets.

    Why am I not surprised?

    Great post, FT!

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  15. Wearing his baseball cap backwards hat, and back form his vacation of playing golf and chilling out with the other Cool Dudes Barack Obama is back at slinging med at Donald Trump.
    Obama is throwing out the old unwritten rule book that says a former presidents should remain silent and not say anything negative about their successors, but give him a chance to govern his own way. But instead he’s going to make speeches and speak out as forcefully as he can against Trump, and do his best to get him out of office. He and his money man, George Soros and other I’ve, Socialist’s money men will make a huge war chest available for his crusade against President Trump..
    Why am I not surprised?

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    1. All that crapola began with the post-presidency of Wm. Jefferson Clinton, who couldn't give up the limelight. Monica's ex-boyfriend just LOVES being the Center of Attention. For this World Champion Attention Hog there's no such thing as bad publicity. He need notoriety the way most need oxygen.

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  16. "Nationality: American"???

    What I've observed with 95% of those who's name ends with a "Z" is that they're tribalists and very much un American. Mexi-Americans are more concerned about the moniker that precedes the hyphen rather than what follows that hyphen.
    They'll consistently resort to waving that filthy flag in our faces.... which is giving us the middle finger. They'll hunt down and beat our kids for flying an American flag on their cars to school or on a T shirt and scream "racism". Or demand that illegals are citizens and have "rights".

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