Venezuela Vote Triggers Violence

This prediction continues to unfold. I do hope for your peace and calm Venezuela.

On 7-30 AFP reported “Venezuela vote triggers deadly war in the streets”

Next for Venezuela   “War is brewing.. South America in discord.”   “That fool of a leader in Venezuela is unwilling to curve his direction.. they will demand is removal.. there is a united front to oust the Venezuelan president.. war is brewing.” — Spirits Voice

Predictions 6-13-17   I had a visual of cars turned on their side, fires burning in the background. It looked like anarchy.   Venezuela protest turns to riots on the streets, extremely violent.. power turned off and on like rolling black outs.

In other news we are waiting until after the 1st before stepping away from the California earthquakes, the timing is already a off.

 

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5 thoughts on “Venezuela Vote Triggers Violence

  1. The world is not peaceful right now; let’s pray for peace and calm and that people around the world find a peace consciousness to bring harmony and peace to all on our planet. We are all Gods children ; whether someone is a different religion or has different beliefs from us! Pray for these people; pray US doesn’t go to war with N Korea. I am concerned about that and the devastating consequences for all involved too.. any word on this from Spirit, Eric?

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    • Yes, we definitely need peace and calm now. I don’t want conflict with North Korea either, but sometimes conflicts are forced on us.
      IMO, Kim Jong Un wouldn’t be working so hard to create weapons to strike the US unless he had a mind to do it…some people doubt he would risk losing a war, but there’s something about him that suggests he’s more deluded than we really know.

      I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Kim Jong Un decided to launch a missile at the US or Japan or Seoul…sometimes a country’s leader’s don’t act in a rational way. For example, there was no rational benefit to Hitler trying to take over other countries, kill people, and getting the rest of the world mad at him…but he did.
      And if no one had stopped him, the Holocaust would have been a lot worse. As it was, the world waiting so long to act cost lives.

      Don’t get me wrong, I still hope the North Korean people will overthrow KJU before he does anything. I hope we can solve this peacefully.
      But thus far, KJU has disregarded negotiations, tested more missiles than his father and grandfather combined, threatened us and their neighbors, and–though he’d been educated elsewhere in the world and knew about other ways of life–he chose to keep his countrymen under an oppressive regime. I hope I’m wrong, but I don’t think negotiations will work on someone like that. They haven’t seemed to so far.

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  2. This is so sad. I’ve been following the news and the people want change and are trying to do what they can to make it happen. So many lives lost.
    I often wonder if people have a say in their government or not anymore.
    I am proud that people around the world are standing up and speaking their truth. Change will come about.
    I pray for the people of Venezuela and that their voices will finally be heard, sooner rather than later.

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