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June 9, 2017-Will Donald Trump Go?


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In my video I told you all I am not asking any of you to do something I haven’t done myself.  I just gave $200.00 to begin helping the 3 orphans in Vietnam. I am telling you this not to brag but, to show you when Jesus calls and asks something of you, you just do it. I look forward to see who Jesus touched?

The battle to get rid of President Trump started during the Trump campaign. It has become very obvious the main stream media and, the Democratic Party are doing everything they possibly can to toss Trump out of office.  So what is going to happen?  Well, if Mark Taylor is correct everything that comes against President Trump will fail.  According to Mr. Taylor God is going to use Donald Trump for His purposes.  So far everything Mark Taylor has said  back in 2011, about what was going to happen with Mr. Trump has in fact taken place. So, if this is a true prophecy from God every news organization and, every Democratic member who is working to oust President Trump will see all of their efforts will come to nothing. 

Let me turn to another time and place where men were trying to stop the Word of God and, the men preaching the Lord’s message. The Apostle Peter is the person I am talking about.  In the 5th chapter of the book of Acts verse 34 you will see one of the Pharisees by the name of Gamaliel stand up and give some sound advice to the rest of the council: and the high priest. Read verse 34.  “34 Then stood there up one in the council, a Pharisee, named Gamaliel, a doctor of the law, had in reputation among all the people, and commanded to put the apostles forth a little space;”  This is what Gamaliel told them. Acts 5:38-39 “And now I say unto you, Refrain from these men, and let them alone: for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: 39 But if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it; lest haply ye be found even to fight against God. All we have to do is sit down and watch the events unfold.  If the Lord did speak to Mark Taylor back in 2011, that would mean that every news organization and, every Democratic member fighting against Trump in reality is fighting against God. Who in their right mind would want to fight against God?  If only you could ask  pharaoh, the leader of Egypt during the days of Moses if it was wise to fight against God?


Headline: Defense Minister: Closer than ‘ever before’ to agreement with Palestinians

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas could hold direct peace talks for the first time in seven years, Channel 20 said on Thursday night in a report on a three-way Washington meeting with US President Donald Trump scheduled next month. The report comes just two months after Trump began to formally work to bring Israelis and Palestinian back to the negotiating table. Since 2010, the Palestinians have refused to hold direct talks unless Israel freezes West Bank settlement activity and Jewish building in east Jerusalem. Israel has refused to cede to that demand insisting that talks should be held without preconditions. Bloomberg News on Thursday reported that the Palestinians have temporarily dropped that demand, quoting Abbas’s senior economic adviser and former deputy prime minister Muhammad Mustafa. “We have not made the settlements an up-front issue this time. We think it’s better for all of us right now to focus on giving this new administration a chance to deliver,” Mustafa told Bloomberg. The Prime Minister’s Office said it did not know anything about the Channel 20 report regarding the meeting. The reporter “did not check with us first,” a spokesman in the Prime Minister’s Office said. Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman told Channel 2 that Israel was closer to a peace deal with the Palestinians than at any other time in its history. “We are closer than ever before to an agreement. I hope that we will take advantage of this opportunity,” he told Channel 2 on Thursday night. The possibility for a new agreement is due both to Trump and to a new clarification by Arab states that their problem is not Israel, Liberman said, adding that the moderate Arab nations now believe Israel could help them solve their problems.
June 9, 2017

Headline: Hamas member killed, 6 wounded in clashes with IDF soldiers near Gaza border

A Hamas fighter was killed and six were wounded during clashes with IDF troops on Friday near the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip. “Aeid Jumaa, 35, was killed and six other Palestinians were wounded during clashes along the Gaza border (with Israel) north of Jabalia,” the Hamas-run Interior Ministry’s spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. The terror group issued a statement saying that Jumaa was one of its members. The group said he was killed by Israeli gunfire, a charge the IDF could not confirm. An Israeli army spokeswoman, contacted by AFP, said hundreds of Palestinian demonstrators had burned tires and been throwing stones the length of the security fence between Israel and Gaza. “Our forces had to arrest suspects to prevent damage to the security fence,” she said, but was unable to confirm the casualties from gunfire.
June 9, 2017

Headline: One missile takes out ISIS command on Golan edge

A single mystery missile, which could have been fired from the ground or the air early Wednesday morning, June 7, wiped out the entire top Islamic State command on the Syrian Golan, debkafile’s military and intelligence sources report. All 16 officers of the 2,000-strong Khaled Ibn al Waleed army, the ISIS operations arm on the Syrian Golan, were present in the targeted building in the town of al-Shagara, located in the triangle where the Israeli, Syrian and Jordanian borders meet opposite the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel. The unidentified missile blew up in the middle of a hall where the top command echelon were gathered to break their daily fast during the month of Ramadan and draw up plans. None of them survived. Among them were the group’s chief, Gen. Abu Mohammed al-Makdessi; commander of operations, Gen. Abu Udai al-Homsi; and the group’s explosives expert who doubled as its religious leader, Abu Ali Shabat. They operated under these aliases to conceal their real identities as former high Iraqi army officers who served in the late Saddam Hussein’s armed forces. They were also in senior command positions at the ISIS Syrian command center in Raqqa, when ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi decided to transfer them to the Syrian Golan to spearhead attacks that were planned to take place inside Israel and Jordan. It took Al-Baghdad just a few hours to replace Magdessi as Khaled Ibn al-Waleed chief with a new man, Mohamed al-Refaei-Abu Hshem al-Askari. On Tuesday, June 6, the day before the mysterious missile decapitated the Islamic State’s Golan force, US warplanes acted on another front to bomb a convoy of Iranian, Syrian and Hizballah forces that were traveling eastward from the southern town of Derra in the direction of the Al-Tanf border crossing. Al Tanf, where US and Jordanian special forces units have established a garrison, is located in the triangle where the Syrian, Jordanian and Iraqi borders converge. The US planes destroyed several tanks, troop carriers, artillery pieces and antiaircraft systems, causing also fatalities and injuries, and so halted the convoy’s advance on the strategic crossing. This was the second US air strike in three weeks on a similar target. The first was on May 18.
June 8, 2017


Headline: First “Jacob’s Lambs” in 2,000 Years Born in Israel, Heralding Return of Biblical Identity

After a journey as dramatic as anything in the Bible, the first Jacob’s Sheep born in the land of Israel in over two millennia made their auspicious appearance last month in the Jordan Valley. One Torah Codes expert found an amazingly precise and detailed description of the flock’s arrival and the role it will play in bringing the Third Temple. The precious flock of 119 Jacob’s Sheep, a rare breed experts believe originated in Israel, finally returned in November after a journey of 2,000 years. Experts believe the unique breed, originally raised by Jacob, accompanied the Hebrews into slavery in Egypt and spread from there to North Africa. The Moors traded them to Spain, and then to England. Collectors have since brought them to North America. Considered a ‘heritage’ breed, meaning the sheep retain many of their genetic traits, they thrive in desert climes and have four horns.Gil and Jenna Lewinsky, who battled intense bureaucracy to bring the flock to Israel from Canada, see the return of the sheep as an integral part of the return of the Jewish People to the Holy Land. Their name comes from their striking speckled appearance, conforming to the description of the flocks that Jacob took with him when he left the house of his father-in-law, Laban.Gil emphasized the importance of sheep to the people of Israel, explaining to Breaking Israel News that after the plague of darkness, Moses refused Pharaoh’s offer to leave Egypt since it did not include the sheep. “The Jews need the sheep to serve God in the Third Temple,” Gil explained. “Their wool is used in making the clothes for the kohanim (men of the priestly caste), and they are the breed that was offered up as a sacrifice in the First and Second Temples.” It is for this reason that Gil applied to the Agriculture Ministry to change the status of the sheep. For the first time, the ministry has declared a breed of sheep a protected species.
June 8, 2017



Headline: Netanyahu, Haley discuss UNIFIL mandate vs Hezbollah

Anticipating the possibility of another war in Lebanon, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on Wednesday with Nikki Haley, Washington’s ambassador to the UN, about a possible Security Council resolution calling for the removal of Hezbollah forces from southern Lebanon, The Jerusalem Post has learned. According to senior government officials, Netanyahu and Haley – who arrived early on Wednesday for a three-day visit – spoke about strengthening the mandate of UNIFIL, the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, to make it more effective in enforcing Security Council Resolution 1701, which put an end to the 2006 Second Lebanon War. Under terms of that resolution, the area from the Israel-Lebanon border to the Litani River is to be an “area free of any armed personnel, assets and weapons other than those of the Government of Lebanon.” In actuality, however, Hezbollah is ensconced there with tens of thousands of missiles pointed toward Israel. One senior government official said that even if it was not realistic that UNIFIL would be able to clear Hezbollah – now a powerful political and military force in Lebanon – out of southern Lebanon, it is important for the issue to be placed before the Security Council. “If there is another conflict and we will have to hit missile launchers that are placed in private homes, it will be difficult for the Security Council to condemn us if the matter is brought to the Security Council now,” the official said. “We want to bring to the world’s attention, now, that Hezbollah is arming and using schools and hospitals to place launchers so that if there are victims in the future the world does not come to us with complaints.” Netanyahu also talked with Haley about the likelihood that the humanitarian crisis in Gaza will come before the Security Council in the near future and the need to prepare for that eventuality.
June 8, 2017

Saudi Arabia

Headline: Arab diplomatic crisis deepens with new terror-related sanctions

Saudi Arabia and its Persian Gulf allies have targeted dozens of organizations and individuals with new terror-related sanctions — escalating a diplomatic crisis in the Middle East, particularly with Qatar. The sanctions target dozens of organizations and nearly 60 individuals with purported links to militant groups. Many of those sanctioned are from Qatar.  The new sanctions come as many Gulf allies continue to single out Qatar for alleged ties to terrorist groups. Earlier this week, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates formally cut diplomatic ties with the small Arab nation. The Saudi Press Agency on Monday accused Qatari officials of repeatedly violating “their international obligations and the agreements they signed under the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council for Arab States to cease hostilities against [Saudi Arabia] and stand against terrorist activities.”
June 9, 2017


Headline: US Shoots Down Pro-regime Drone that Fired Upon Coalition Forces in Syria

A U.S. military aircraft shot down an armed, pro-Syrian government drone Thursday after it fired upon U.S.-led coalition members on patrol in southern Syria, a spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition said. The incident was the first time that pro-regime forces attempted to strike coalition forces in the area surrounding al-Tanf, an army base where members of the coalition are training Syrians to fight Islamic State, U.S. Army Colonel Ryan Dillon told reporters at the Pentagon by video call from Baghdad. Local counter-Islamic State fighters were patrolling with coalition troops about 60 kilometers east of al-Tanf base when the drone, similar in size to an MQ-1 Predator, launched a munition that failed to detonate, multiple officials told VOA. “It hit dirt; it didn’t hit any coalition forces,” Dillon said, adding that the munition caused no casualties and no damage to equipment, but was “clearly meant as an attack.” Another U.S. military official told VOA that American troops were part of the targeted patrol.
June 8, 2017

Headline: US-backed force advances in fight for Daesh-held Raqqa

US-backed Syrian fighters Friday seized part of a district on the western edge of the Daesh group’s Raqqa bastion and battled to advance inside the city’s east, a monitor said. The Kurdish-Arab alliance known as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) broke into Raqqa city for the first time earlier this week, months after they launched an operation to capture the jihadist stronghold. They are backed by the US-led coalition which carried out heavy air strikes on Raqqa and its surroundings overnight and into Friday. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said SDF fighters took parts of the suburb of Jazra just west of Raqqa’s city limits on Friday. The monitor said heavy clashes were continuing in other parts of the neighborhood, where at least 15 civilians were killed on Thursday night in the air strikes that hit an Internet cafe. The casualties in Jazra were among 23 civilians killed in over two dozen US-led coalition strikes on and near Raqqa on Thursday night, the Observatory said. SDF spokesman Talal Sello said fighters were advancing on several fronts on Friday. “The SDF has control of Al-Meshleb district (inside eastern Raqqa) and is clearing it of mines and explosives at the moment,” he told AFP. He said SDF forces had also advanced on the northern front outside the city. Al-Meshleb was the first neighborhood in Raqqa city entered by SDF fighters.
June 9, 2017


Headline:Suicide bomber kills at least 31 in crowded Iraqi market

A woman suicide bomber killed at least 31 people and wounded 35 in a crowded market in the town of Musayab, 80 km (50 miles) south of Baghdad, on Friday, security sources said. Islamic State claimed the attack, as well as one at the main bus station in the Shi’ite holy city of Kerbala, just west of Musayab, which killed three people and wounded 15. A security officer said the bomber in Musayab was a woman and had hidden the bomb under her full-body veil. Islamic State’s statements identified both bombers as men.
June 9, 2017

Headline:Iraq’s Kurdish leaders uses Twitter to announce independence referendum in September

Iraq’s self-governing Kurdish region announced on June 7 it will hold a referendum on independence, a move opposed by the nation’s ruling Shi’ite coalition. “I am pleased to announce that the date for the independence referendum has been set for Monday, Sept. 25, 2017,” Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani said on Twitter.The Kurds said the referendum will include disputed areas claimed by Kurdistan, but not recognized as part of the autonomous region by the central government, Barzani aide Hemin Hawrami said. Hawrami said the question put to voters would be “do you want an independent Kurdistan?” The president of Iraq’s ruling Shi’ite coalition told Reuters in April it would oppose a Kurdish referendum. Ammar al-Hakim especially warned the Kurds against any move to annex oil-rich Kirkuk.
June 9, 2017










Headline:Car bomb in southeast Turkey wounds three people: governor’s office

Two soldiers and a civilian were wounded when a car bomb exploded outside a gendarmerie station in Turkey’s southeastern province of Batman on Friday, the local governor’s office said. The bomber was a suspected Kurdish militant who drove a stolen car through a police checkpoint and blew it up in front of the station in the Bekirhan district, the governor’s office said. The bomber was killed in the attack, it said, without elaborating. No one immediately claimed responsibility, although the governor’s office said the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) was believed to be responsible. Two PKK militants had stolen the car hours before and had then opened fire on a car belonging to the local mayor, who was not in the vehicle at the time, the governor’s office said. A teacher in a separate vehicle was killed in the gunfire and a bystander was wounded, it said. Separately, two Turkish soldiers were killed and three were wounded in clashes with PKK militants at a military outpost in the southeastern province of Sirnak, security sources said.
June 9, 2017

Headline:Turkish president approves troops to Qatar

Headline: Trump Says He Backed Saudi-Led Diplomatic Isolation of Qatar

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved legislation for increased military cooperation with Qatar, including a deal for the deployment of Turkish troops there. The move is a sign of support for the Gulf state in its dispute with its regional neighbors. The legislation, which also foresees cooperation in military training, was rapidly passed in parliament on Wednesday, a day after Erdogan openly sided with Qatar and criticized other Gulf countries’ moves to isolate it. Erdogan approved the legislation late on Thursday, his office said. It was published in the Official Gazette on Friday. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and other Arab nations cut off relations with Qatar after accusing it of supporting terrorism. Turkey and Qatar have developed close ties over the years and reached an agreement in 2014 to set up a Turkish military base in the tiny Gulf nation. Government officials said the military would decide on the number of Turkish troops that would be deployed in Qatar and the length of their stay.
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Headline: Iranians rail against US, Saudi, Israel in mass funeral for terror victims

Iranian leaders on Friday accused the United States and Saudi Arabia of supporting the Islamic State-claimed dual attacks that killed 17 people in Tehran this week, as thousands of Iranians attended a funeral ceremony for the victims. “Death to America,” “Death to the Saud” ruling family, and “We are not afraid,” shouted the crowd gathered behind a lorry bearing the coffins of 15 of the 17 people killed in Wednesday’s attacks. Burials were held in the provinces for the two others killed when gunmen and suicide bombers stormed Tehran’s parliament complex and the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Fifty people were wounded. An Israeli flag appeared alongside the US and Saudi flags in a poster during the ceremony displaying all three dripping with read ink, ostensibly meant to symbolize blood.
June 9, 2017


Headline: South Sudan rebels claim responsibility for deadly convoy attack

South Sudan’s rebels have claimed responsibility for an ambush on a convoy of buses and other vehicles traveling on a major highway that killed at least 14 people, the opposition said on Friday. Gunmen attacked the convoy as it drove towards Juba on a highway linking the South Sudan capital with Nimule, on the southern border with Uganda. Rebel troops were targeting government troops although civilians were killed in the crossfire, opposition spokesman Lam Paul Gabriel told Reuters, warning the public not to travel with soldiers. “We are taking the responsibility (for) the ambush. We targeted government groups, those who are escorting the civilians,” Gabriel said, adding that all the government vehicles in the convoy were destroyed. Gabriel said its fighters killed 40 people, including at least two colonels, in an attack that included the use of rocket-propelled grenades. But South Sudanese police spokesman Daniel Justin Boulogne said 14 people had been killed, without giving details of whether they were soldiers, civilians or both.
June 9, 2017


Headline:    Teen, soldier killed after protests in Venezuela

A teenager and a national guardsman were killed this week after another round of violent protests in the Venezuelan capital Caracas. Anti-government protesters blamed soldiers from the government of President Nicolas Maduro for the death of Neomar Lander, 17, who had joined the march against Maduro’s government. Protesters said Lander died when a government soldier fired a tear gas canister directly into Lander’s chest. Video immediately after the teen was injured showed rescue workers attempting to revive Landers to no avail. As has frequently been the case in nearly 70 protest-related deaths, the official government conclusion blamed the opposition. Venezuelan rights ombudsman William Tarek Saab, a member of Maduro’s government, said the teen died when a homemade explosive detonated in his hand. He said autopsy results showed the teen did not die due to being struck by a tear gas canister.
June 9, 2017

Headline: Al-Shabab fighters storm military base in Somalia

Somalia’s militant Islamist group al-Shabab says it has carried out a major assault on a military base in the semi-autonomous region of Puntland. Its fighters killed 61 government troops and seized 16 vehicles in the dawn raid, the group said. A Puntland government minister has denied the high death toll, but did not give separate casualty figures. In the the latest attack, the militants withdrew after more than three hours of fighting with government forces, residents told the BBC. The attack took place on the base near the remote Galgala Mountains, about 70km (43 miles) from the port city of Bosaso. Confirming the attack, Puntland Security Minister Abdiaziz Hirsi said that an investigation was under way and details would be given later. The Galgala Mountains are a stronghold of al-Shabab, but a faction of militants broke away in 2015 to affiliate themselves with the Islamic State group.
June 8, 2017

Headline: Three peacekeepers killed in northern Mali attack: UN

Three UN peacekeepers were killed and eight others wounded when they came under sustained attack in Kidal in Mali’s troubled north, the UN said Friday. The UN mission in Mali, MINUSMA, began work in 2013, providing security and assisting Malian troops struggling to keep the country safe. It has been targeted constantly by militants, with dozens of peacekeepers killed. On Thursday the UN camp “came under heavy rocket/mortar fire” and “a little later a position nearby was attacked” outside their base, the UN mission said in a statement. The three peacekeepers were killed in the second incident. Their last attack killed two peacekeepers on May 23 near Aguelhok, near the border with Algeria, while a Liberian peacekeeper was killed earlier in May close to Timbuktu. Both attacks were claimed by a powerful militant alliance, the Group to Support Islam and Muslims (GSIM), a fusion of three Malian militant groups with previous Al-Qaeda links. France on Tuesday asked the UN Security Council to authorize the deployment of a five-nation African military force to fight militants in the Sahel region, with its base in Mali. The force will be under a separate command from MINUSMA and France’s own counter-terror force in the Sahel region, but will be backed by the UN and the EU.
June 9, 2017

Headline: ISIS claims killing of Chinese hostages in Pakistan

The Islamic State terror group has claimed that it had killed two Chinese hostages, including a woman, who were abducted by armed gunmen from Pakistans restive Balochistan province recently. The hostages were studying Urdu language at a local teaching center in the provincial capital of Quetta when they were forcibly kidnapped by unknown gunmen last month. Another Chinese woman had escaped the abduction. The ISIS on its propaganda news agency Amaq uploaded a statement in Arabic yesterday, saying it had killed the two abducted Chinese nationals. Confirming reports of the killing of its nationals, China today said the murders have not been connected to China- Pakistan Economic Corridor but asserted that such risks are unavoidable as its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) goes global. China had worked closely with Pakistan to rescue them but “the two may have unfortunately been killed”, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said in Beijing, stating that Pakistan has informed China about their deaths. This incident will not have any connection with the BRI, nor with the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting being held in Astana, Hua said.
June 9, 2017


Headline: North Korea fires suspected land-to-ship missiles as South Korea delays THAAD

North Korea fired what appeared to be several land-to-ship missiles off its east coast on Thursday, South Korea’s military said, a day after the South postponed full deployment of a controversial U.S. anti-missile system designed to deter a North Korean attack. The launches, the latest in a fast-paced series of missile tests by North Korea defying world pressure to rein in its weapons program, come less than a week after the United Nations Security Council passed fresh sanctions on the reclusive state. South Korea on Wednesday said it will hold off on installing remaining components of the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system that has angered North Korea’s main ally, China, amid early signs of easing tensions between the two countries. U.S. President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson discussed the Korean situation, including THAAD, at the White House on Thursday, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told a news briefing. North Korea missile launches showed that THAAD was “important to, not only to protect U.S. forces, to protect our alliance and to … help to further strengthen the region,” Nauert said. “We are aware, certainly, of the situation and the suspension of additional launchers,” she said. “We would continue to say that THAAD was an alliance decision at the time, and we continue to work closely with (South Korea) throughout their process.”
June 8, 2017


Headline: JIM ROGERS: The worst crash in our lifetime is coming

Legendary investor Jim Rogers sat down with Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget on this week’s episode of “The Bottom Line.” Rogers predicts a market crash in the next few years, one that he says will rival anything he has seen in his lifetime. Following is a transcript of the video.

Blodget: One of the things I’ve always admired about you as an investor is that you don’t talk about what should be. You figure out what is going to be and then you do that. So what is going to be with respect to the stock market? What’s going to happen?

Rogers: Well, it’s interesting because these things always start where we’re not looking. In 2007, Iceland went broke. People said, ‘Iceland? Is that a country? They have a market?’ And then Ireland went broke. And then Bear Stearns went broke. And Lehman Brothers went broke. They spiral like that. Always happens where we’re not looking. I don’t know. It could be an American pension plan that goes broke and many of them are broke, as you know. It could be some country we’re not watching. It could be all sorts of things. It could be war. Unlikely to be war but it’s going to be something. When you’re watching Business Insider and you see, ‘That’s so interesting. I didn’t know that company could go broke.’ It goes broke. Send me an email and then I’ll start watching.

Blodget: And how big a crash could we be looking at? 

Rogers: It’s going to be the worst in your lifetime.

Blodget: I’ve had some pretty big ones in my lifetime.  

Rogers: It’s going to be the biggest in my lifetime and I’m older than you. No, it’s going to be serious stuff. We’ve had financial problems in America — let’s use America — every four to seven years, since the beginning of the republic. Well, it’s been over eight since the last one. This is the longest or second longest in recorded history, so it’s coming. And the next time it comes — you know, in 2008, we had a problem because of debt. Henry, the debt now — that debt is nothing compared to what’s happening now. In 2008, the Chinese had a lot of money saved for a rainy day. It started raining. They started spending the money. Now, even the Chinese have debt and the debt is much higher. The federal reserves, the central bank in America, the balance sheet is up over five times, since 2008. It’s going to be the worst in your lifetime, my lifetime too. Be worried.
June 9, 2017


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