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  Electrogravitics: Gravity Control & Energy from the Aether
Posted by: Amaterasu Solar - 4 hours ago - Forum: Science and Space...the Other Final Frontiers - Replies (1)

One of My latest vids - a bit over 8 minutes.

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  Do You have,,,, abduction insurance
Posted by: guohua - 4 hours ago - Forum: Off Topic - No Replies

By the way, that is Alien Abduction Insurance!! 
Yes you can get insurance for Abductions, pacifically for being Abducted By Aliens!  tinywhat

Quote:Alien Abduction Insurance Information
Do You have your policy?
Quote:Is There Such a Thing as Alien Abduction Insurance?

You've heard about all the different kinds of insurance you should have, but what about Alien Abduction Insurance?
You can buy something called "Alien Abduction Insurance" if you are worried about the impact an alien abduction might have on your life. Alien abduction insurance does exist, here's a complete overview, of what Alien Abduction Insurance coverage is, along with where you can buy coverage and how it works.

What Is Alien Abduction Insurance?
Quote:Alien Abduction Insurance (AAI) also known as UFO insurance is supposed to cover you in the event that you can prove that you have been abducted by non-human life forms, more commonly known as aliens provided the terms and conditions of the policy are met along with conditions that would substantiate the proof. 

Different companies have taken different approaches to Alien Abduction Insurance, some are more gimmicky and suggest you give their insurance as a "gift" and other products of Alien Abduction Insurance have actually come from, or are currently being developed by serious home or life insurance companies. In the cases we review, whether gimmicky or not, some have actually paid claims.

Are you interested?

Quote:Where to Buy Alien Abduction Insurance?
  • Lloyds of London has apparently sold approximately 20,000 policies, according to Sunlife UK
  • According to Insurance Business Mag in 2018, Budget Insurance in the UK, based in Peterborough has started promoting a new Alien Abduction Insurance policy option, and offering to add their homeowner policyholders to a waiting list for it if they are interested This is a very interesting approach because of the fact that it is based on current discoveries by NASA rather than the fear of the past.

There is more information.
UFO Abduction Insurance:

$10,000,000 Policy Available!

The St. Lawrence Insurance Agency of Alamonte Springs, Florida, has been marketing UFO abduction insurance since 1987. The policy offers to pay $10 million to anyone with a sense of humor who is abducted by aliens and returned to earth. The amount is doubled if the aliens insist on conjugal visits. The policy costs $19.95 plus $2 for shipping.
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Yes, there are companies that do insure you, here is one.
Quote:1. Alien Abduction Protection and Liability Insurance from AIG
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Quote:Concerned about alien abductions? Looking to protect your family from a close encounter? Look no further than Alien Abduction Protection and Liability Insurance from AIG.

The “policy” on offer to AIG customers in Hong Kong promises to cover hiring Hong Kong’s scientific minds to locate you after an abduction and the costs associated with negotiating your release and ransom.

The plan sounds comprehensive, but after you click for eligibility, you’re greeted with a message highlighting your foolishness: Alien Protection Ransom Insurance and Liability cover For Overcoming Outerspace Lifeform Seizures.
Outer Space Seizures!!?? So are they saying,,,,,, Alien are REAL!!??
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Quote:The term Alien Abduction describes “subjectively real memories of being taken secret against one’s will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures.”

Quote:More recently the Alien Abduction Insurance Corporation has launched the idea of abduction insurance certificates as a unique gift for a lifetime premium and sell it at $9.95.
The very first company to offer UFO abduction insurance was the St. Lawrence Agency in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
The company says that it has paid out at least two claims under Alien Abduction Insurance when two people claimed that they have been bitten by vampires (they were actually bitten by a bat).

The company pays the claimant $1 per year until their death or for 1 million years whichever comes first. Over 20, 000 people have purchased the insurance.

The insurance is normally purchased by the “feeble-minded”, according to Burgess, a former Lloyds of London Underwriter.

Prominent policyholders have included Shirley Maclaine and a Harvard University professor who has written on aliens. Owner of St. Lawrence Agency read Whitley Streiber’s true-life novel Communion in 1987 and learned about the threat of alien abductions.
I ask You again, do you have your policy?

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  Who believes in Curses?
Posted by: guohua - Yesterday, 02:34 AM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (2)

Curses, are they real, do you believe in a Curse or Of Being Cursed?
As Traditional Chinese will say Yes.



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  Just another reason Why,,,,
Posted by: guohua - 06-16-2018, 03:16 AM - Forum: America's President D. Trump - No Replies

Yes, just another reason why the Tax-Payers love Him.
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  Here is the mention of 10 things.
Posted by: guohua - 06-16-2018, 01:37 AM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (1)

Yes I know, doesn't make sense,,,,,, The videos will though, I hope you all enjoy and contribute.




 Ok, so that's just a few, what do you think?

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  Anxiety Reduction by 65%
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 06-16-2018, 12:51 AM - Forum: Psychological Well Being - Replies (1)

A neuroscientist has discovered how to reduce stress and anxiety by 65% simply by listing to the music in the video below. It's just over 8 minutes long, so anyone should be able to fit this into their day when needed.
Lord knows we all need an anti-stress program right now with all the nonsense going on in the world.  Enjoy!

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Quote:Music is a powerful catalyst for consciousness healing and evolution. Listening to music is a whole brain activity that helps restore proper balance and functioning of the mind/body system. But not all music is created equal. Some can invoke powerful states of wholeness and balance while others can increase anxiety. A team of researchers discovered that one song, in particular, has an incredible power to restore emotional balance in the same way meditation can.

Anxiety is a state of stress that reduces whole-brain processes and higher functions. Creativity, intuition, inspiration, happiness, reverie, love, and bliss are whole brain activities that cannot be invoked while also suffering from a state of fear and stress. Fear and anxiety—especially due to lack of performance in school, social situations, and the workplace—can leave people in a crippled state that often goes unaddressed, becoming a form of trauma leading to PTSD. What’s more, competition culture—which we can also think of as comparison culture—has become the norm for most of the modern world.

The Creation Of The Ultimate Anti-Stress Music

Researchers at Mindlab International in the U.K. wanted to know what kind of music induces the greatest state of relaxation. The study involved having participants try to solve difficult puzzles — which inherently triggered a certain degree of stress — while connected to sensors. At the same time, participants listened to a range of songs as researchers measured their brain activity, heart rate, blood pressure and rate of breathing.

What they found is that one song — “Weightless” — resulted in a striking 65 percent reduction in participants’ overall anxiety, and a 35 percent reduction in their usual physiological resting rates.

Interestingly, the song was specifically designed to induce this highly relaxed state. Created by Marconi Union, the musicians teamed up with sound therapists to carefully arrange harmonies, rhythms and bass lines, which in turn slow a listener’s heart rate and blood pressure, while also lowering stress hormones like cortisol.

In fact, the music is so effective, that many of the female participants became drowsy — to the point where lead researcher Dr. David Lewis-Hodgson advises against listening to it while driving.

But don’t take their word for it. Experience it for yourself here:

There is much more I left out of this article. Read it in full here:  LINKY

I listened to over half of this before I had to stop to answer the phone.  It does seem to work.   minusculethumbsup

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  A View On The Inspector General's Report.
Posted by: BIAD - 06-15-2018, 09:12 AM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (2)

This summary of the Inspector General's Report is from Time.com.
Usually, I'd expect it to be riddled with innuendo and intrigue to spice it up a bit, but after reading many
of the MSM reports of Michael E. Horowitz's findings, it's less 'salty' than some.

Quote:The Inspector General's Report Criticizes James Comey.

'A Department of Justice report found that former FBI Director James Comey and other top officials did not
follow standard procedures in their handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, but did not
find any evidence of political bias.

The report, which was released Thursday afternoon, concludes that Comey hurt the agency’s reputation for
impartiality, though it says he did not do so out of political bias.

The report finds fault with multiple decisions by Comey and individual agents, determining that former Attorney
General Loretta Lynch’s decision to meet with former President Bill Clinton on an Arizona airport tarmac in 2016
was an error in judgement.

The report by the Justice Department’s inspector general is the latest bombshell in the seemingly never-ending
fight over the 2016 election. President Donald Trump previously tweeted he was eagerly awaiting it, and both
Democrats and Republicans are watching to see how it will affect public opinion.

FBI Director Christopher Wray told reporters Thursday evening that the FBI was already taking steps to address
the “errors of judgement” identified in the report, which included the implementation training processes to
emphasize objectivity.

“We need to hold ourselves accountable for the choices we make and the work we do,” Wray said.
“We’re going to adhere to the appropriate disciplinary process, and once that process is complete we won’t
hesitate to hold people accountable for their actions.”...'

I'm never a happy-bunny when a media outlet delivers this below. It's managing a narrative with dubious sub-titles
and enigmatic phrasing, but it is was it is and does offer simple explanations in some parts.

Quote:'...Here’s what you need to know.

What does the inspector general do?
The Office of Inspectors General is responsible for examining allegations of wrongdoing, fraud or misconduct
within various federal agencies.
The Inspector General of the Department of Justice, Michael Horowitz, currently leads a nationwide team of
more than 450 agents, attorneys, auditors and other such employees who all work together to conduct these

Often called the “watchdog” of the federal government, inspectors general work to hold government officials
accountable to an honorable standard of behavior, promoting efficiency and integrity.

Who is Inspector General Michael Horowitz?
Michael Horowitz is a Harvard Law School graduate and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District
of New York. Prior to practicing law for a private firm from 2002-2012, Horowitz worked in the Department of
Justice Criminal Division between 1999 and 2002, where he was the Deputy Assistant Attorney General and
then the Chief of Staff.

Former President Barack Obama nominated Horowitz as inspector general of the Department of Justice in
July of 2011. In 2012, he was confirmed by the Senate without objection and sworn into office that spring.

What is the Inspector General’s report about?
Horowitz announced in January 2017 that the Department of Justice would examine how the FBI handled the
probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server under Comey.

It will review a number of Comey’s controversial acts, including his choice not to prosecute Clinton for sending
classified information over her private email server and his decision to publicly resume the Clinton investigation
in October of 2017.

The report was welcomed both by Democrats, who thought Comey’s reopening of Clinton’s email server
investigation just days before the election cost her the race, and by Republicans, who felt Clinton deserved
criminal charges for using a private server to send emails related to her work as Secretary of State.

The report has nothing to do with Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but since Trump fired
Comey in May of 2017, it has taken on added relevance.
Trump’s official reason for firing Comey was his mistreatment of Clinton, although he argued at other times
that the FBI director was actually too nice to her.

Trump's Tweet:
 FBI Director Comey was the best thing that ever happened to
Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!
The phony...
3:51 AM - May 3, 2017"

What happened during the Clinton email investigation?
In March of 2015, the New York Times published a front-page article indicating Clinton exclusively used a
private email server and personal email address to send work-related emails and that the use of the
account “may have violated federal requirements” that she retain all officials’ correspondence.

Breaking the tradition of not discussing FBI investigations with the public, Comey held a press conference
in July of 2016 saying that though the FBI did not find evidence Clinton and her colleagues intended to violate
laws regarding careful email practice, they were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive,
highly classified information.”

On Oct. 28, 2016, Comey sent a letter to Congress suggesting more emails had been discovered that appeared
to be pertinent to the investigation of Clinton’s email server.

Finally, on Nov. 6, 2016, just two days before the 2016 election, Comey told Congress the additional emails the
bureau analyzed would not change the FBI’s conclusion Clinton would not be prosecuted.

What does the report say about James Comey?
The report states Comey departed “clearly and dramatically from FBI and department norms,” though not on
account of political bias on Comey’s part.

“The decisions negatively impacted the perception of the FBI and the department as fair administrators of justice,”
Inspector General Michael Horowitz said in the report’s conclusions.

Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch also faces under scrutiny in the report.
During the initial email probe, Lynch privately met with former President Bill Clinton on an airplane tarmac in Arizona.
Though it is not clear what Bill Clinton and Lynch discussed on the plane in the midst of the email investigation,
she expressed regret: “I certainly wouldn’t do it again.”

What about his emails?
The report reveals that Clinton was not the only person at fault for using a private email account -on “numerous instances,”
Comey also used his personal Gmail account to “conduct FBI business.” These occasions are listed and described in
the report; in all of them, Comey is forwarding attachments or email drafts to or from his FBI account.

The report then states that, in an interview, Comey said “I did not have an unclass[ified] FBI connection at home that
worked… for unclassified work, I would use my personal laptop for word processing and then send it to the FBI
” When asked if he thought this adhered to FBI regulations, Comey stated “I don’t know... I had the sense that it was okay.”

Clinton took in this news with a cheeky tweet.

Clinton Tweet:
 But my emails.

IG found that on numerous occasions, COMEY used a personal
GMail account to conduct official FBI business, according to
source briefed on the report.
10:36 PM - Jun 14, 2018"

How did Comey react?
In a New York Times op-ed published this afternoon, Comey expressed his respect for the inspector general’s
report and upheld the validity of the investigation, even though he disagreed with some of its findings.
“I do not agree with all of the inspector general’s conclusions, but I respect the work of his office and salute its
professionalism,” he wrote.

He commends the report for concluding that the FBI was not affected by bias and that there was no legal case against
Clinton. However, he also writes about the difficulty of two decisions he made in 2016: to make an announcement
without Attorney General Lynch’s input and to publicly reopen the investigation. In hindsight, he stands by the choices
he made, believing that they were the “most consistent with institutional values.”
Although the inspector general’s office disagreed, “that’s O.K.,” he said.

He hopes that the report will preserve the facts of 2016 and guide future FBI leaders. He wrote, the “detailed report
should serve to both protect and build the reservoir of trust and credibility necessary for the Department of Justice
and the FBI to remain strong and independent and to continue their good work for our country.”

How did Republicans respond to the report?
Earlier today, three Trump-supporting Republicans drafted a letter expressing concern about the final version of the report.
Reps. Andy Biggs, Ron DeSantis, and Matt Gaetz wrote to Horowitz asking him to release the report’s initial drafts along
with the final published form due to concerns that the report may have been weakened over time and editing.

Although they commend the report for being “thorough and accurate,” they write that “people may have changed the report
in a way that obfuscates your findings.” They expressed worries that members of the DOJ and FBI may have changed the
draft over the past month.

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina also reacted negatively to the report on Thursday.
“I am alarmed, angry and disappointed by the Attorney General’s findings of numerous failures by DOJ and FBI in investigating
potential Espionage Act violations by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,” he said in a statement.
“The FBI’s actions and those of former Director Comey severely damaged the credibility of the investigation, the public’s ability
to rely on the results of the investigation, and the very institutions he claims to revere.”

Horowitz, in a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley accepted an invitation to speak before the committee
on Monday. “The American people have waited a long time for answers on whether Justice Department and FBI leadership
treated Secretary Clinton with kid gloves instead of impartially investigating.
I look forward to reviewing the report and hearing directly from the Inspector General on Monday,” Grassley said in response.

How did Democrats respond to the report?
For many Democrats, the report vindicated their view that James Comey mishandled his examination into Hillary Clinton’s
private email server by publicly reopening the investigation in the days before the November election.

In a statement released earlier this afternoon, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) said, “this report makes clear that FBI Director
Comey and FBI personnel failed to follow the rules, and in doing so, hurt Hillary Clinton’s campaign and helped Donald Trump’s.”

The report also concludes that the FBI investigations were not impacted by political bias, contradicting past statements by
President Trump. Durbin addressed that in his statement, stating that the report discredits Trump’s claims of FBI conspiracy
against his campaign and administration.

What has Trump said about the inspector general’s report?
Trump eagerly anticipated the release of the Inspector General’s report. He has openly criticized how long it took the report
to be published, by tweeting, “Numerous delays. Hope Report is not being changed and made weaker!”

Trump hasn’t spoken publicly about the report since its release, but White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders
said Thursday that it “reaffirmed the president’s suspicions about Comey’s conduct and the political bias among some of the
members of the FBI.”

Sanders said specifically that the text messages between FBI staffers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page “[cause] a great deal of
concern” and “[point] out the political bias” that the Administration has “ found to be a huge problem.”
Earlier, she had said that the president wanted the report to be transparent but also “expedited and completed quickly.”

“I think the President would like to see this process move faster,” she said at a press briefing in early June.
“They’ve been obsessed with a number of other issues in which they’ve spent a great deal of time on. I think he’d like to see
some of that spread out and some time spent on that.”

He has also expressed desires for the report to validate his decision to fire James Comey by providing evidence of Comey’s
incompetence. He recently tweeted “When will people start saying, ‘thank you, Mr. President, for firing James Comey?” and later
commented to the press that the June 14 report may turn out to be “a nice birthday president.”

 What is taking so long with the Inspector General’s Report on Crooked Hillary
and Slippery James Comey. Numerous delays. Hope Report is not being changed
and made weaker!
There are so many horrible things to tell, the public has the right to know. Transparency!
11:38 AM - Jun 5, 2018"

Trump is expected to use any negative findings about Comey to attempt to further undermine his credibility, since Comey has
also testified under oath that the president asked him to drop an investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael
Flynn and sought to secure his personal loyalty, claims that the president denies vehemently.

What does the report say about Peter Strzok and Lisa Page?
The report includes discussion of text messages between Peter Strzok, a former FBI counterintelligence official, and Lisa Page,
a former lawyer for the FBI on their FBI-issued cell phones.
Among the 40,000 plus texts reviewed include: “God trump is a loathsome human,” sent from Page, and “Just went to a southern
Virginia Walmart. I could SMELL the Trump support….,” sent from Strzok’s device.

Though Horowitz suggests these texts, among one that says, “We’ll stop [Trump from becoming president],” are indicative of
bias and “a willingness to take official action to impact a presidential candidate’s electoral prospects,” his conclusion is that
their views did not affect the investigation.
“We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected
the specific investigative actions we reviewed,” the report reads.

Strzok’s lawyer released statements regarding the report, calling it “critically flawed” for saying that it could not rule out, with
confidence, that Strzok’s potential biases “may have been a cause of the FBI’s failure.”

Strzok and Page have recently been under media scrutiny for their anti-Trump texts, some of which have already been released
to the public. Strzok was removed from Mueller’s Russia investigation and demoted to the FBI’s Human Resource Bureau in
December, and Page resigned from her position in May.

Trump has previously raised concerns about these two FBI employees, questioning their integrity and credibility in earlier tweets.
He has claimed that they exchanged incriminating text messages, and that they were involved in alleged illicit and defamatory
spying activity into the Trump campaign.

On June 5, 2018, he wrote “Wow, Strzok-Page, the incompetent & corrupt FBI lovers, have texts referring to a counter-intelligence
operation into the Trump campaign dating back to December, 2015. SPYGATE is in full force!”

 Wow, Strzok-Page, the incompetent & corrupt FBI lovers, have texts
referring to a counter-intelligence operation into the Trump Campaign
dating way back to December, 2015.
SPYGATE is in full force! Is the Mainstream Media interested yet? Big stuff!
1:37 AM - Jun 6, 2018"

What does the report say about Lynch’s meeting with Bill Clinton?
In the summer of 2016 — one week before Comey’s press conference about Clinton’s email server -former President Bill Clinton
met with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on an airport tarmac in Arizona.

The meeting had not been planned, and although both parties insisted that nothing was discussed about the investigation,
questions still persisted about the timing, given Lynch’s responsibilities in overseeing the FBI. Lynch did not comply with the
calls, which were mainly from Republican lawmakers, to recuse herself, and instead accepted Comey’s July 5 recommendation.

In the inspector general’s report, Lynch said she became increasingly concerned as her meeting with Clinton continued,
but did not step aside because she did want to give an impression they had discussed something inappropriate.
The IG report did not find evidence contradicting Lynch’s initial statements, but concluded it was an error in judgment for her
not to cut the meeting short, and she did not appropriately address subsequent concerns about her role in the investigation.

Lynch also said that, overall, she was rarely briefed on the investigation; it was not discussed at her daily morning meetings
and she was not involved in the daily decision-making process...'

What's being missed here is that the overall scandalous actions have been accepted by dissecting the
whole and rationalising sections. Regardless of preferred political views, it's like seeing sensible reasons
of performing a bank robbery.

It's shitty conduct of those who are well rewarded in order to serve. It's swampy behavior.

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  Living in the Ancient Times.
Posted by: guohua - 06-15-2018, 06:27 AM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (2)

I find this topic to be interesting.
I'll attach videos for your learning enjoyment.



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  Berkeley declares
Posted by: guohua - 06-14-2018, 05:34 AM - Forum: Man Made Disasters - Replies (1)

I put this thread in the "Man Made Disaster" area because,,,,, The Berkeley City Council is Blaming All Of YOU and wishes to propose Depopulation of us "The Undesirables" the Heal Mother Earth,,,,,, Yes, they should stat in California,,, the Berkeley Area!

Quote:Berkeley declares 'climate emergency' worse than World War II, demands 'humane' population control
What Exactly is Humane Population Control,,, they already have Abortion Clinics!

Quote:The Berkeley City Council on Tuesday night declared what it called a "climate emergency" with more global significance than World War II, and called for an immediate effort to "humanely stabilize population" and "reverse ecological overshoot."

The resolution, which invokes the global conflict between the Axis and Allies, charges that Americans bear an "extraordinary responsibility to solve the crises" facing the environment.

"[D]uring World War II, the Bay Area came together across race, age, class, gender and other differences in an extraordinary regional mobilization, building and repairing Liberty ships, converting car assembly plants into tank manufacturing facilities," the resolution reads.
A similar effort is necessary today to confront an even greater threat, according to the document.

"[W]e can rise to the challenge of the greatest crisis in history by organizing politically to catalyze a national and global climate emergency effort, employing local workers in a mobilization effort building and installing renewable energy infrastructure," the resolution says.

More than 60 million people died during World War II, according to most estimates -- a huge portion of the global population.

But according to the Berkeley City Council, another thinning of the herd might be needed.

The resolution notes that "reversing ecological overshoot and halting the sixth mass extinction requires an effort to preserve and restore half Earth’s biodiversity in interconnected wildlife corridors and to humanely stabilize population."

Yes, Yes, Yes, This is California Elite Craziness,,,, You need to read the article here: [url=http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/13/berkeley-declares-climate-emergency-worse-than-world-war-ii-demands-humane-population-control.html]Source
 and watch the short video.

And the Follow-up article: ”Berkeley Declares Official Millennial Castration Day, Thousands of Beta Males Line Up for Procedure”  smallgreenbananadancer

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  Well done Singapore for acting as hosts for the USA/NK/SK peace summit talks.
Posted by: OmegaLogos - 06-13-2018, 04:42 PM - Forum: War, Peace and Inbetween - Replies (3)

Explanation: In all the excitement the gracious neutral host country of Singapore seems to have been overlooked and I for one would like to commend them FIRST before I go posting other threads about Mr President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un's part in the peace summit talks.

Well Done Singapore!!! minusculebeercheers

You are the literal neutral rock that this USA/NK/SK peace deal has been struck and signed upon and I thank you for boldly hosting this historic event! tinysure

Personal Disclosure: I'd be willing to call Singapore the Switzerland of Asia and I wonder if my fellow members would also agree to that definition?

If you agree that my opinion is worthy then please feel free to add anything that you would like to say positive about Singapore's part in the historic momentous occasion.

If you don't agree that my opinion is worthy then please detail why I am wrong.


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