Benjamin Fulford on the sudden resignation of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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6 thoughts on “Benjamin Fulford on the sudden resignation of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe”

  1. The speed is God’s engine rumbling! Really going to take off around 2/2021! Can’t wait! Remember it may seem bumpy but we can do it, just remember it’s about sending this garbage to raw Sewage Status, so expect it all to crash!

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    • Hello Brenda Nickel, please think about it for a second: is your sending of this garbage to raw Sewage Status truly the rumbling of God’s engine? In both metaphors, you seem to exclude yourself from what they represent, except your mind. Holding up your personal Bible, opened at Chapter Judgment Day.

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  2. Finally we are seeing some movement for the positive with this resignation. I keep thinking of the the Bette Davis quote, “Fasten your seatbelts, we’re in for a bumpy ride.”

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    • It’s been a bumpy ride for humanity for many, many decades, centuries and I am more than happy and willing to fasten my seatbelt a little longer. 🙂 🙂

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