Political leaders who almost predicted what would happen next…

  • Martin Luther King (USA, 1968).
  • Pim Fortuyn (Netherlands, 2002).
  • Abraham Lincoln (USA, 1865).

 

Martin Luther King’s last speech.

 

Fortuyn vertelt over hoe zijn moeder zich zorgen maakte over hem. Specifiek noemt Pim Fortuyn, hoe ze gedacht hebben aan het lot van John F. Kennedy.

 

Lincoln is said to have had a dream predicting his assassination.

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4 Responses to Political leaders who almost predicted what would happen next…

  1. nn sidonia says:

    JOHN LENNON was told he’d be “shot on an island” over a decade before he was gunned down outside his apartment building on New York’s Manhattan Island.

    The Beatles legend was given the warning by a local astrologer while holidaying in Greece with Yoko Ono in 1969, 11 years before he was murdered by Mark Chapman in December 1980.

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    wat voor atsroloog zou dit gaan zeggen tegen een klant?
    dat is toch regel no 1 als stroloog !!!!

  2. nn sidonia says:

    james dean.

  3. nn sidonia says:

    and they all lost a parent at an early age….

    bono
    mc cartney
    lennon

    freemasons stories to get attention

  4. nn sidonia says:

    when you loose a parent at an early age
    it is not logical to opt for a career in the music industry.
    1) you have more trouble focussing on things to achieve
    2) you have to do more work in the household (cleaning etc)
    3) you realie you have to be responsible and try and earn money or do well at school etc.

    the above 3 are already a heavy load on your table. way too much actually.
    so who can do the above and ALSO decides to learn music (which has a very small chance of success and a required learning curve…. )

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