In February 2012 George Zimmerman, a Hispanic male, born in 1983 confronted a suspicious person wearing a hoodie walking down a street at night. Zimmerman, a neighborhood appointed block watch captain was on patrol in response to a rash of recent burglaries. A confrontation took place and Zimmerman was injured. He shot the person in self-defense. While he was prosecuted, tried and ultimately acquitted, this incident historically defines the beginnings of volatile, current and ambiguous racial tensions in the United States which would eventually become a “social movement” called #blacklivesmatter (BLM). We would learn the power of social media as a weapon capable of derailing decades of progress and spinning a nation into rebellion and turmoil. (February 26th, 2012) But, that’s not the whole story.
Trayvon Martin, a teenager staying with his father as a result of being suspended for drug-related charges was the young man killed by Zimmerman. Zimmerman was found by arriving officers on the ground and injured. Martin was dead, having been shot in the chest at close range. Zimmerman claimed self-defense. He was acquitted by a jury of his peers, but a public outcry ensued mostly on Facebook, followed by a hashtag posted that ultimately became fueled by President Obama’s careless interference with the justice system and due process.
I really believe that if Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were still alive, he would be saddened and even angered by the slanderous misuse of his dreams, tenacity and ultimately, his life sacrifice.davidHENDERMAN
Look, as a professional, I see issues with the incident and with an untrained person taking the responsibility of confronting a suspicious person after dark; especially after police dispatch advised him to stay in his vehicle and wait for the police to arrive. That’s exactly what he should have done. But, I ask you to answer this question honestly… What does this have to do with the incredible value of the lives of African Americans? I will show you, the incident was really not the issue, nor is it the issue today that drives the BLM movement. I really believe that if Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were still alive, he would be saddened and even angered by the slanderous misuse of his dreams, tenacity and ultimately, his life sacrifice.
How Easily We Forget
President Barack Obama, on March 23rd, 2012 (CNN), essentially took ownership of the incident. In a completely unprecedented act, the president not only derailed the investigation and the justice system, but he incited racial fears and tensions and positioned the incident as a political matter to be tried in the public eye rather than by Lady Justice. This, itself was a tragedy, but one that would lead to years of turmoil and tensions between blacks and whites. Ironically, Zimmerman was Hispanic.
Even now, former president Obama continues to very subtly create turbulence by speaking to those less educated and those who align with his socialistic agenda. In his comments he aligns himself with the poor and struggling. Remember, he is a wealthy and entitled African American. A political maneuver, but a brilliant strategy. I have to ask you, what does Barrack Obama know about the struggle of the average Black American? What does he know of struggle at all?
Marxism would provide doctrinal training that would say something like, “If you can align yourself with the struggles of those who suffer, you will gain their allegiance.” Karl Marx was very clear on how to deceive, derail and confuse the people into believing lies in support of the agenda of the social elite. But, what if we were to spend time educating black men who struggle on the side of education and who are currently uninformed when it comes to the truth of history and politics? What if we take the time to work together to educate the average poor white man who entangles himself also in the emotions of hate-filled doctrines? I will share some of what others in the black community and the white community have to say about this in the next two articles. Fortunately, and unfortunately, I had to work in both investigative and undercover roles learning about those who hate.
Socialism is really at the center of this matter, and you can be sure it is what matters to the leadership of those who run and benefit from the corporate efforts of BLM. Marxist-Lenin doctrine demands that local law enforcement be defunded and federalized. Many, while they believe they are supporting a “slogan” and a “cause,” are actually ascribing to Obama’s, Sanders’ and Biden’s roots in Marxist doctrine. In some sense, these tactics and strategies literally hamstring the current administration from accomplishing anything. The nation is too sidetracked and “offended” to see the big picture.
On July 13th, 2013, after the acquittal of George Zimmerman, Alicia Garza posted a hashtag on Facebook and claimed #blacklivesmatter as her own. It wouldn’t be long before this “outcry” would become the forerunner for big business and an unprecedented social movement born in social media.
Politics, Marketing Plans and Global Business are Exploiting Racism and Building Political Agenda
So, what do we do? Do you believe me? Will you dismiss what I have to say before you read this because I am a white man, a law enforcement and security professional, and a minister? What if I told you the truth and shared a way that you and I could realize the DREAM that we both long to see come to pass? What if I shared that it is possible for the HUMAN RACE to UNITE and we can do it ALL through the local church? Would you give this dream a chance? If I shared with you how we can believe a statement in full without falling prey to the predators behind the marketing plans, would you at least be willing to listen?
Did you ever see the movie the Matrix? What if I were to give you the “red pill” and all of a sudden you could see the truth? Would you be willing to turn your back on those who are drawing masses of people into a false narrative and a hate designed to fuel a nation into chaos, divide people of all colors and to build a massive revenue stream for a big business machine and a political agenda that actually has nothing to do with racism or any color of skin?
My question to the Christians who are reading this blog, especially the pastors – the shepherds of God’s flocks… are you willing to hear the truth – because as you know, it will set you and me free. Jesus told us this. What if in a moment, the smoke cleared from your eyes and you were face to face with the truth that not everything is as it seems and you were to realize that you had been deceived into supporting “a cause” that was actually rooted in an effort to subvert the United States and to unravel the Church in America?
What if that cause were also rooted in leaders who behind the scenes were known affiliates of terrorism and anti-establishment politics? What if you suddenly realized that what you thought was reality was actually a facade and a brilliant marketing plan designed to cause you to pay attention to the “shiny objects” of racism (which we all agree is wrong), all the while the fat cats of a global business were profiting and deliberately working to use social media and what sociologists call “network theory” to bring democratic process to her knees? Do you know American history enough to know that Lady Justice is blind? What if you suddenly opened your eyes and discovered that not only is Lady Justice no longer blind, but even though you were fighting for what you thought was right, is now wrong, and you are now in the cross hairs of injustice?
You see, you don’t have to be stupid or even ignorant to fall for the deceptions of socialism and Marxism. It is the enemy of a free society. It is an enemy that props up the social elite while deceiving the average person into believing that “the people matter.”
Social media, as defined by platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok and others, have created a false notion that “everyone’s opinions matter.” They don’t. I’ll deal with these topics in much more detail and depth in the book ElusiveFreedom, but for now, let’s just skim the surface and deal with some of the toxins that are obvious. The days are evil and Evil is on the rise. The Church is the answer to this problem of racism, but we’ve connected our cart to the wrong set of horses and they are pulling us at a high rate of speed toward the edge of the cliffs.
Walk with me and let’s talk about this matter a little further. The facts are that we have all fallen victim to racism at some level. We have all fallen victim to fraud in Washington. We have all fallen victim to a vile and wicked world that is destroying our families, killing our youth, taking the lives of our military and law enforcement professionals, and slavery in many forms continues to exist across the globe – not just ethnocentrically here in the United States.
We’ve got to slow down and become deliberate in our approach and methodology. Chaos and confusion are destroying relations all over the nation today. It does not have to be this way.
I too have been the victim of hate. I know what it is to suffer as a helpless child in a broken family and at the hands of abuse. I know what it is to be falsely accused and hated for reasons such as the color of my skin, my chosen occupation and even to be hated for no reason at all. I understand living with loss of promotions, jobs, and to suffer violence inflicted for unjust reasons.
I also know that many of you reading this also know these pains and hurts and you go on day after day without a voice – in silence. Sometimes it feels like the pressure of having to be silent because you aren’t currently in the “in crowd” for social justice, is about to make you explode. I get it.
This blog series and the following book is for you. It’s for me. It’s for all of us. It is for real justice, who is still blind and whose scales are still in balance. You know, violence can change a narrative and lies can deceive even the multitudes. But, the truth is always the truth and eventually, it will prevail.
TOGETHER, we can win the fight against racism. Together we can find unity as a human race. Let’s start with Black Lives Matter and let’s open the gates to a new way of thinking. Maybe a way that Jesus would have taught had he been here in the flesh during our turbulent days. There are answers and solutions to these problems we all share. If you think it is time to get up, dust off and keep going… if you think it is time to stop pandering to a few who want to keep throwing gasoline on a fire that has been long turned to ash… if you think it is time to see racism gone from the American Dream and a unified people standing together… then walk with me. Give it a chance. You’ll see the truth. You’ll see how the local church – your local church, can be the focal point of the solutions.
A Woman is Killed and a Man Dies from Positional Asphyxiation and Self-Inflicted Pre-existing Conditions.
Yes, those things happened. Two nights ago, we were driving home and an oncoming vehicle was in our lane. We avoided the vehicle and later learned that a rolling protest involving violent young people had started downtown and made its way through various parts of the city. These careless and violent protesters rammed two police vehicles that evening and were vehemently brandishing AK-47 rifles that were seen by multiple residents, drivers and the police. So, what of this matter?
March 13, 2020 Breonna Taylor was killed. Kenneth Walker, her boyfriend, a suspected drug dealer, was the subject of a no-knock search warrant executed at Breonna’s apartment. A careless officer returned fire in an unsafe manner in response to the shots fired on police. It appears the officer panicked under fire, and shot into the apartment without due regard, killing Breonna. It seems the fact that Breonna was also under investigation has been lost in the details. It also seems many of the details have been skewed in one way or another to create a very ambiguous smoke screen with respect and in support of further violent demonstrations by an unruly crowd and a crowd with little to no regard for human dignity or life. Let’s stay focused on what people are protesting and not on what we don’t know for sure.
Can you see the unreasonable backlash in this incident and “social justice” outcry? Do the facts of a matter mean anything to us any longer in an age where everything can become a social movement on social media and create a rise of violence by angry and hate-filled people? Are we content to camouflage the truth of matters in the facades of legitimate phrases and causes like stating that “black lives matter?” Will you stay with me and journey a little further? Let’s talk about George Floyd.
In short George Floyd (incident happened May 25th, 2020) was a thief and serious drug user who needed to go to jail. He was black. The cop who arrested him was white. His name was Derek Chauvin (2 reprimands and 20 complaints). His partner was an Asian American (with an open complaint) and another officer, who stood by and did nothing while Chauvin displayed deliberate indifference, was African-American. There were four total officers who killed this man by omission and commission. How exactly is this a racial issue? Let’s go a little further. How about agency leadership? Are you aware that the Chief of Police for Minneapolis Police Department is a Black-Latino male who ultimately is responsible for these officers. Why?
So as not to arm-chair quarterback this situation, let me simply say, as a 30 plus year veteran and Sr. Instructor of law enforcement and homeland security operations, we are all trained to NEVER leave a suspect handcuffed and laying on his/her stomach. We ALL know that positional asphyxia can occur, as it apparently did with Floyd. Everyone is upset about is Chauvin’s disregard for the life of another, by kneeling on a handcuffed suspect without providing appropriate medical aid. This was a tragedy regardless of the facts that led to the arrest. Race had nothing to do with this ignorant and careless act.
A mixed-race group of officers were responsible for this debacle. Simply a professional opinion, but this incident appears to involve what would and should be investigated as negligent training, supervision and retention. If law enforcement reform is to take place, then the country and our states must look at the standards by which all officers are trained and ensure that leaders are adequately trained and not appointed to answer to political wills of politicians.
Before you jump so quickly in agreement, let me say that it is also my professional opinion that in MOST cases, agencies and officers are adequately trained and they do a hero’s job of upholding and enforcing the laws of our communities and the U.S. Constitution. What if you were to view all of this through the lens that at least two of the three founders of BLM are Marxists and openly discuss their affiliations with anti-government and pro-socialist agendas and training? What would this mean for your current position? You see, the difficulty at this point is, many have fallen prey to the “trap” and do not see how to separate supporting racial unity from a very clearly Marxist/socialist agenda, backed by big business and liberal politic.
I would ask you this question and ask you to dive deep into it in your discussions, leaving political business organizations, like BLM, out of the dialogue. Here it is: What do either one of these incidents have to do with race? Further, given the numbers of police officers there are in the United States, don’t you think that law enforcement is doing a pretty good job holding it together in today’s chaotic climate? I’ll share those numbers just below.
So… We Should Defund Law Enforcement?
This is an interesting topic. The answer is No. “Why?” you ask. Here’s three reasons:
- Marxism & Socialism lead to communism. Let’s be sure you realize a couple notions as to why this is very important. First, enforcement is necessary in Marxism once the people realize they have been tricked or taken captive by the government. In the United States, our system provides for Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies and jurisdictions. This works as a sort of check and balance against tyranny and against the federal government becoming too strong or out of control. It’s not a perfect system – but it works. This also shines a light on why it is not only ignorant, but incredibly dangerous for any politician to advocate doing away with state and local law enforcement. A totally federal system will become just another para-military branch of a rising Marxist regime. Defunding the police is short sighted in the context of BLM and AOC ( Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.)), but perhaps more than the ignorance displayed here is the failure to see the “big picture.” We’ll talk about that more later.
- For Christians and Pastors: Well, I’ve seen and heard some of you supporting protests and anti-law enforcement efforts. Some are calling it “police reform,” but in truth, it is purely rebellion. On the part of many, it is only a naive response to a well-orchestrated fraud. Don’t hold me to exact numbers, but there are approximately 18,000 law enforcement agencies in the United States. Do the math. There are also approximately at any given time 700,000 to 1,000,000 police officers nationwide that make up the body of these 18 or so thousand agencies. Are you seeing anything yet? Think about it. Please… For every single bad cop or incident where a police officer used poor judgement, there are literally thousands and thousands of good police officers and millions of good cases. So, what does this mean? It means we live in a time where emotion and some very bright manipulators are maneuvering what could be the best days in the history of the world, back into darkness. But if that’s not enough for you, consider the scriptures.
- Romans 13: 1 – 7. So, if you are a Christian, please take a minute to consider these words from the Apostle Paul:
1Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. 2Therefore whoever resists the authority resists the ordinance of God, and those who resist will bring judgment on themselves. 3For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to evil. Do you want to be unafraid of the authority? Do what is good, and you will have praise from the same. 4For he is God’s minister to you for good. But if you do evil, be afraid; for he does not bear the sword in vain; for he is God’s minister, an avenger to execute wrath on him who practices evil. 5Therefore you must be subject, not only because of wrath but also for conscience’ sake. 6For because of this you also pay taxes, for they are God’s ministers attending continually to this very thing. 7Render therefore to all their due: taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor.Romans 13: 1 – 7, Bible, NKJV
It’s pretty clear, don’t you think? The real issue is that the scriptures do not align with socialist or Marxist doctrine. Defunding the police, or any support for it are clearly not within the Christian worldview. We are to pray for our leaders (1 Timothy 2) and all who are in authority. Are we doing this?
BLM clearly states on its website that law enforcement should be defunded and replaced with what amounts to psychological support for urban neighborhoods. Can we just think about this for a moment? Is it possible that there is another solution rather than following a Marxist-led organization that actually provides very little support to the black community? Let’s explore together some of the things we can do to build racial unity and at the same time address concerns for ALL PEOPLE. Let’s stop living in the past and start looking at the present and planning toward the future?
Black Lives Do Matter – That’s Not the Issue, and That’s Hard to Hear for Some.
Black Lives Matter, as an organization, began conveniently at a time when social upheaval was taking place and the nation had become turbulent over a matter that was believed to be an example of injustice. There are so many brilliant marketing slogans that hit the market, but few actually create a social movement. Social media has created a medium by which literally millions can be “moved” to action in just a short amount of time. This phenomenon has been experienced in history in several events, but a few examples you might remember that have faded into history include, but are not limited to the Arab Spring, Antifa Monument Attacks and even the historical Mexican Zapatista Movement. There are many movements that take place across the globe in modern days. Social media has made these movements possible.
But, what about BLM? Does it matter to you that the organization was founded specifically rooted in Marxism and has a focus on black women’s rights? More specifically, there are multiple focal points on support for LGBT (homosexual rights) for African Americans. The issue that spans a great spectrum of good people with good intentions is that the WORDS have been spun into a tapestry of emotion. The words are most definitely true and we should all support the concept that every human life matters and that we must be in a constant journey with each other to unite and align our human race. But, that is not what is happening and this is at the root of why tensions are rising all across the United States and even the world.
Let me talk with the Christian community for just a moment please. I have to ask you to put your social justice hat on for a moment… OK, now, take it off… Putting that on was your first mistake. There is a better way that Jesus modeled for us all and it’s not social justice. But, you say, God is a God of Justice! Yes, He is and the Word is clear on this matter. Justice matters. Justice for all matters. But, you can’t sow seeds of the Gospel and attempt to create right from wrong. You know this. Emotion has clouded your sensibilities and the enemy has created a trap that will swallow you whole.
What About the Ferguson Incident?
There is absolutely no justification to launch a social movement to hate or defund state and local law enforcement – unless you have a socialist or Marxist agenda.davidHENDERMAN
On August 9th, 2014 Michael Brown was killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Do you know what actually happened in this incident? Maybe the question to ask is, “Do you care?” Yes, the officer was white and Michael Brown was black. Beyond that, what do you know to be factual? I’m willing to bet that most of you who have dared to read this far don’t know much, if anything, about the incident or the facts of the case – or the local socio-political climate in Ferguson at that time. Do you think before you join a social movement, it might be a good idea to know the TRUTH?
Are you aware that Michael Brown was a violent man involved with drugs and under the influence of Marijuana at the time he assaulted a police officer on his way to work? The officer was still in his car when Brown reached into his car to assault the officer. Did you know this? Or, did the facts of the case get lost in the outcry of false narratives screaming louder than the local, state and Obama-Department of Justice investigations that all stated the officer was fighting for his weapon after Brown assaulted him?
The intent here is not to try the case or for you or me to even state what we believe as to whether the officer was right or wrong. The issue here is purely racial and the determination must be, was this a white on black incident? Further, you must in truth ask yourself, did this incident align with the aftermath and the uprising of a political agenda called #blacklivesmatter? In the next blog/article, I’ll share with you some details specifically with the intent of understanding why Christians must become better educated and why the Local Church, rather than a Marxist organization and leaders need to be followed. Shepherds, your flocks deserve this. They deserve you doing your research and protecting them emotionally, spiritually and physically. Let’s consider a couple more dynamics that were in play at the time of the Ferguson incident before moving on…
I’m not going to argue one way or another here, but I am going to show you that there is no position here to launch a social campaign in protest of white law enforcement officers. There is absolutely no justification to launch a social movement to hate or defund state and local law enforcement – unless you have a socialist or Marxist agenda. It is factual to note that Ferguson, the town, had a lot of issues, including violence and murder. The police department did not reflect the demographic of the town, as the department was predominantly white and the town was two thirds or more black. Do you see a problem – or at least the makings of an issue? If the police department had issues, then does it stand to reason that a rational and emotionally balanced community would have been moving on this years prior to this incident?
The thing is, #blacklivesmatter (BLM) had already begun it’s journey to becoming a “legitimate movement,” and Ferguson provided the right fuel at the right time to launch a social media campaign strategy and to incite local African-Americans, and then ultimately multiple communities all over the nation. Oddly, the white mayor at the time was re-elected by a predominantly black community. All African-Americans do not follow the rhetoric, nor do they fall prey to the emotional frenzy created by three very intelligent, well trained Marxist leaders. Make no mistake, this movement today is a very well-orchestrated movement designed to sway up-coming elections and to gain popular votes from those who do not have the education or know-how to dig and reveal the TRUTH. The issue I see is larger than that though… the real systemic issue here is that the United States is threatened within by a growing socialist and Marxist agenda, and the conservative side of the aisle seems to still be asleep. I’m not trying to become political in this blog or these articles. However, I am not ashamed of the Gospel, and aligning with a pagan Marxist belief system is not going to happen. That’s why I have taken time to share with you what I know to be true about these matters. Most of them I have experienced first-hand and can look back on 34 years of experience fighting against racism and campaigning for UNITY. I hope you’ll stay with me in this short journey. Let’s discuss the trap briefly before closing this long attempt to shine light on what has become a very complicated set of facts and a very savvy strategy to topple a nation and the Church.
We all believe that black lives matter. That’s not in question. And, the truth, although no longer popular to say, is that all lives matter. And, again… we all believe that blue lives (police) matter – don’t we? Can you see that a phrase that is TRUE has been used to create what is called an “agreement”? This is a tactic that is used in information operations – warfare. It is also a tactic used in marketing and sales. In other words, if I can get you to agree to what I am saying about a similar matter or you will concede with me on one level, then I can get you to agree more easily on another. Eventually, the pendulum swings and you are following [my] lead.
Now, that’s not the end of it. If I can get you to agree with me that we are on the same side of a matter, then I can also move you to move others in [our] direction. Pretty soon, we have a “movement.” That movement then begins to develop a “mind of its own,” fueled by group think and an emotional intelligence quotient only as strong as its group identity. The problem is the group, as it spreads, has no real identity. The only ones to really benefit are the ones who started the “movement.” Now propaganda begins to spread and the movement begins to move the AGENDA of the initial organization forward. Money begins to flow. Power begins to build. All the while, thousands of unknowing protesters and participants are giving their money, time and energy to something very different than what they thought they were “fighting” for…
Christian, I encourage you to read 2 Timothy 2 – 3. There’s more. Much more. From a spiritual point of view, you may also choose to dig into some of John Eldredge’s work on prayer and spiritual battle. One book he wrote dives pretty deeply into the issues of making “agreements,” and dealing with “judgments.” The book was written in 2017 and is more relevant in our day than ever. This link is just a sample of one of John’s promotional videos for the book where he talks about the power and importance of prayer. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon if you are interested.
Do you understand that the actual Black Lives Matter organization is led by three women who all champion not only Marxism, but subversive anti-government agendas? Look into them yourself. Ties to organizations you may recall like the Weather Underground. This should cause you immediate concern – but does it? Or, are you so deeply invested at this point that you need to believe that this is all about supporting our African American brothers and sisters? The younger generation of “good people” will fall for this because they do not have the emotional or historical maturity yet to know better. The older generations must try harder and stop blaming everything on the “millennials.” After all, we created them… Let’s stay in the fight WITH them. All of them.
“We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories.BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors
Let me close with this. I wonder if it will make you angry as it has me. Are you aware of the rise of assaults on elderly people? Do you know anything about the demographic of the perpetrators and the victims? Why doesn’t this matter? Maybe there should be a hashtag #elderlypeoplematter. Or, #allelderlypeoplematter. But, that won’t happen. Why, because you can’t make money off of a slogan that’s not inflammatory and rooted in partial truths. That’s the way Marxism works. Lies told enough times become “truth” in the ears of the ignorant. Remember, BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors said and stated clearly that she is a “well trained Marxist”
I am eventually going to ask you, “do #whitelivesmatter”? and we are going to talk about #alllivesmatter and #bluelivesmatter… as well as #redlivesmatter, #yellowlivesmatter and you name it… If you find this inflammatory, then you may not want to read the second and third articles. I post these hashtags not because I support them, but because of their relevance to the BLM hashtag. I was originally against #bluelivesmatter becoming a “thing.” Why? Because, when you acknowledge a cause, even negative acknowledgement gives the cause power to thrive. If there were a hashtag that matters, and perhaps it already does, it might be something like “unitymatters”. But, it is my hope that we, as a unified people, a human race, can get beyond social manipulation and slogans to represent us. What matters are the people in front, and behind them.
If you are curious or care about the human condition and how we can cure the toxic contagion of racism, then I encourage you to stick with me in this journey. I traveled this dark and lonely path for years and now can look back and see how it all fits together. My end-game is to bring people together. If that’s your end-game, then let’s work TOGETHER – because we are stronger together. I plan to share some of my own story with you, that started in high-school and was galvanized while I was employed with a major law enforcement agency in the South.
Dear reader and Christians, I hope to make you aware of the toxic nature of social media and the enemies of our nation. Specifically, I hope you will begin to see and surface truth for yourself on how social media is weaponized as an act of information warfare. Creating a turbulent political system, exacerbated by a facade of social injustice creates wide-spread fear, anxiety and anger. These rapidly become the fuels necessary to topple a nation and to maneuver a people against its leaders. It is my sincere hope you will follow along with me and then begin to launch your own “resistance,” based in truth and factual information. The third article I will add to this trilogy will deal with how the local Church can be the focal point to address and push forward the real DREAM that Martin Luther King, Jr. cast over a nation in struggle. I appeal to all of you to not let his dream die in the false narratives surfacing that are supporting a purely political and violent methodology to derail the current administration and to topple a nation in turmoil. Don’t fall for it!
Stay with me! The second posting will be published in just a few days. Shalom. #essequamvideri
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