OH, MY GOODNESS!!! On June 30, 2019, President of the United States, Donald Trump, met with Kim Jong Un (Supreme Leader of North Korea), at the demilitarized zone (DMZ), between North Korea and South Korea & then, steps into North Korea…&…the news media has a fit! This media frenzy, of course, stems in part from the “in love” status, as described by Donald Trump, between him and Kim Jong Un. Another reason is that no other sitting President has ever gone to North Korea.
On June 30, 2019…NBC News reports… “Trump Meets Kim Jong Un, Becomes First Sitting U.S. President To Step Into North Korea.”
Likewise, on June 30, 2019, the Washington Post…prints out… “Trump Becomes First Sitting President To Set Foot Into North Korea.”
Then, on June 30, 2019, CNN quotes James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence, as saying … “I think it’s a great historic moment … and it’s the first time a sitting president ever set foot in North Korea.”
First of all…THIS SHIT AIN’T NO NEWS!!!
What the hell do I care about Donald Trump stepping foot into North Korea??? What is the BIG DAMN DEAL…about 1 devil…befriending…another devil??? That’s what devils do!!!
Everyone should know by now that Donald Trump holds high esteem for tyrants like Kim Jong Un. Trump is a “wanna be” dictator… a “wanna be” Hitler. So, him going to North Korea are just “two birds of a feather, flocking together.” THAT’S IT AND THAT’S ALL!
Now, if you want to know…some “REAL NEWS,” about somebody going to North Korea, then, I got some shit to tell you…
What was historical…& TRULY newsworthy, was when (former NBA player) Dennis Rodman, a Black man, went to North Korea…and lived to tell about it. Not once, but several times. Now, that shit is something!!!
You tell me… Besides, Dennis Rodman, how many Black folk have you seen in North Korea??? I’ll tell you…NONE!
Why??? Because they KILLED them all !!!
It appears that spotting Black folk in North Korea…is RARER than, Bigfoot sightings.
It’s the truth!
I know because I use to watch…Finding Bigfoot, on the Animal Planet…religiously & there were many town meetings held, where folks stood up…while holding a rabbit’s foot…and testified, that without a shadow of a doubt…swearing on their grandmother’s cat, Mitzy… “THEY SAW BIGFOOT!” YES!!! Now… If that doesn’t prove to you that Bigfoot is real…then, hell…I don’t know what to tell you.
What Black man do you know of…besides Dennis Rodman…who would even think about going to North Korea…let alone, ACTUALLY go there??? Huhh!!! I know what might have happened. Growing up…Rodman…was probably watching all them damn kung-fu movies with Bruce Lee. Yeah…his ass got caught up. Somebody needs to tell him…one, Bruce Lee is dead!!!…and two, Bruce Lee was from Hong Kong, not North Korea.
On June 23, 2017, the Chicago Tribune…in reporting on Rodman’s strange fascination with North Korea, reports… “As always, I advised him not to go, but he doesn’t listen to anyone,” said his friend Elaine Lancaster, a Miami actress who met Rodman in the early 1990s. “I said Dennis, you realize they have gulags and they have oppressive regimes, right?” Lancaster said. “He said, ‘Yeah, but I haven’t seen it.’ Of course you haven’t seen it!””
But, what can I say??? (mmmmhhhh)…
In an interview with ABC news, Rodman says he and Kim Jong Un have sang karaoke and ridden horses together. During the interview, Rodman…smiles…while holding up a picture, with him & Kim John Un hugging one another. He goes onto say… “This is a friendship hug. You rarely see this in the world. Even with his grandfather and his father. You don’t see the leaders do this. Especially with an African-American. You never see this.” When asked about Kim Jong Un starving the citizens of North Korea…Rodman says… “A lot of people in the world are starving. Even though they say he is a bad man…to me he is not a bad man. I did not see that part.”
So, I say this to Dennis Rodman… “Man…if you are an alcoholic…doing illegal drugs, then, I got a message for you. JUST SAY…NO!…got damn it! You heard me!!! STOP all that GOT DAMN drinking! STOP all that GOT DAMN drugging! SAY NO…because doing this shit…ain’t working for you!!! Why??? Because you are ending up in places…like North Korea! That’s just like a Black man…volunteering to sell barbeque chicken at a KKK rally in Mississippi. WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON…WITH YOU??? When Black folk were told back in the day…to go North…that didn’t mean to North Korea…man!!! THEY MEANT WITHIN THE CONTIGUOUS 48 STATES…plus the District of Columbia. DAMN!!!”
That weeble…wobbling ass Kim Jong Un. While he’s starving his countrymen to death, he doesn’t look like he is missing any meals. In between poisoning his brother & shooting his uncle…I see somebody is bringing his fat ass a plate…or 2…or 3.
And, YES!!!… Kim Jong Un…did have his uncle, Jang Song-thaek, executed in December 2013. Jang Song-thaek was said to be the 2nd most powerful person in North Korea…only after Kim Jong Un. And, you wanna know why Kim Jong Un had him killed??? The word on the street is…it was all about “the clap.” And, NOOOO, I’m not talking about the venereal disease. I’m talking about hand-clapping.
It appears that Jang Song-thaek didn’t clap loud enough…or…long enough at a ceremony they had for Kim Jong Un when Kim was elected vice chairman of the Central Military Commission. On December 13, 2013, NPR news reported… “…there seems to be a lot of genuine personal dislike that Kim Jong Un had for his uncle, and it’s also a way of showing force. Kim seems to be angry that his uncle disrespected him. The Korean Central News Agency – it’s a state-run news agency – said that when Kim was elected vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, his uncle only clapped, quote, “half-heartedly.”
DAMN!!! Let this be a lesson. So, if you happen to find yourself in North Korea, in attendance at a ceremony for Kim Jong Un…where clapping is required, make sure you clap your ass off. Clap loud enough…clap long enough. Clap your hands…clap your feet…clap somebody else’s hands. Just a tip. So, hopefully you will not be…shot in the head…like poor Uncle Jang Song-thaek.
Well, I’ll tell you one thing… If you hear about me being in North Korea…you will know that I’ve been kidnapped & drugged. O.k… My daddy didn’t ride on airplanes. He would often say… “If God meant for me to fly…He would have given me wings.” Well… In that same vein, I say this… “If God meant for me to be in North Korea, He would have made me North Korean.” And, the last time I checked, I was a Black woman…not of Korean descent. Now…
According to the United Nations…Kim Jong Un…has really been pulling his ass!!!
LISTEN TO THIS SHIT!!!…
The United Nations estimates the population of North Korea to be approximately 25.67 million. In case you didn’t know it…North Korea, under Kim Jong Un…is one of the most repressive countries in the world. According to the United Nations Human Right Council… “On 21 March 2013, at its 22nd session, the United Nations Human Rights Council established the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Human Rights Council Resolution 22/13 mandated the body to investigate the systematic, widespread and grave violations of human rights in the DPRK, with a view to ensuring full accountability, in particular, for violations that may amount to crimes against humanity.”
This Human Rights Council produced a report of its findings in 2014. According to a 2014 United Nations Inquiry Report…the North Korean government has been off the %$#@$# chart! From what I see, we have a leader…Kim Jong Un…whose evil deeds come from nowhere but the pits of hell. And, I don’t say this shit lightly. The United Nations Inquiry found, in part, the following:
“These crimes against humanity entail extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political, religious, racial and gender grounds, the forcible transfer of populations, the enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act of knowingly causing prolonged starvation,” adding that “Crimes against humanity are ongoing in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea because the policies, institutions and patterns of impunity that lie at their heart remain in place.”
“1. Indoctrination from Childhood: Children are taught to revere and idolize Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il, and now Kim Jong-un. Plaques with slogans, posters and drawings expressing gratitude to the Supreme Leader are found in kindergartens irrespective of the children’s ability to fully comprehend these messages.
There are two basic themes central to the North Korean indoctrination program. One is to instill utmost loyalty and commitment towards the Supreme Leader. The other is to instill hostility and deep hatred towards Japan, the United States of America (USA), and the Republic of Korea (ROK).
Children are taught that they should aspire only to emulate Kim Il-sung. Such messaging and indoctrination serves not only to create loyalty to the leader from a young age, but effectively works to fracture familial ties as children are expected to display greater respect and commitment towards the Supreme Leader than their own parents.
2. The Mass Games and other compulsory mass propaganda events: Children and university students in the DPRK are regularly required to participate in parades, mass rallies and other choreographed performances which serve a political purpose. The largest of these performances is the annual mass gymnastics, today generally referred to as the Mass Games.
The Games feature approximately 100,000 children and young adults in a minutely choreographed display of gymnastics, dance, acrobatics, and dramatic performance.
The strict training routine for the Mass Games over such a long period and in such conditions is dangerous to the children’s health and well-being.
3. Ubiquity of propaganda: Citizens in the DPRK are constantly exposed to ubiquitous state propaganda. The Propaganda and Agitation Department within the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea is primarily responsible for generating propaganda directives.
The propaganda units in local administrations, schools, places of work and at various other levels are responsible for reproducing messages determined at the centre.
Pictures of the Supreme Leaders and monuments dedicated to them are omnipresent. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported in April 2013 that, “44.8 per cent of the total state budgetary expenditure for the economic development and improvement of people’s living standard was used for funding the building of edifices to be presented to the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Kim Il-sung, the consolidation of the material and technological foundation of Juche-based, modern and self-supporting economy and the work for face-lifting the country.”
As the following accounts illustrate, any damage to or destruction of the images of the leaders is considered a political crime subject to the harshest of punishments –
One witness described how his father had unintentionally soiled an image of Kim Jong-il printed in a used newspaper which he had used to mop up spilt drink and was consequently sent to a political prison camp (kwanliso). The rest of the family was spared this fate, but was rendered as a family with hostile songbun and thus suffered decades of harsh official discrimination.
4. Control of information through tightly controlled State media and prohibition of any external information, including non-political information: There are four television channels that are broadcast in the DPRK. One channel is for the “ordinary people”, i.e. outside Pyongyang, called Chosun Central Television. Another channel is only for Pyongyang residents called Education and Cultural Broadcasting. A third channel, Kaesong Television, is broadcast to the ROK. On weekends, there is a fourth channel for foreigners called Mansudae Television.
When people buy television sets in the DPRK, they have to register the television with a government authority, the Transmission Surveillance Bureau of the SSD, referred to as Department or Bureau 27. This bureau is responsible for modifying the equipment so that it is able to receive only the approved channel(s) and to block off television channels broadcast from the ROK, China and Russia.
Due to the different capabilities of radio wave frequencies and the changing radio signals depending on atmospheric conditions and solar activity, it is much harder to control radio transmissions. For this reason, the state does not normally permit ordinary DPRK residents to own radios. Radios inside cars and automobiles are removed before ordinary DPRK citizens can acquire a vehicle.
In 2009, the DPRK informed the Human Rights Council that there are 480 newspapers published and circulated in the DPRK at national and provincial levels, factories, enterprises and universities. It was also claimed that there “were hundreds of kinds of magazines published by scores of publishing houses.”
A witness who worked in the state media apparatus in the DPRK told the Commission that all of these newspapers, despite their different titles and reporters, have essentially the same content. All media content, including television, newspapers and radio, is controlled by the Publication and Broadcasting Department which operates within the Propaganda Department of the Workers’ Party of Korea. There is no editorial freedom in the DPRK; all stories published at all levels are pre-determined and centrally controlled.
The Commission learned that while it is possible for an individual to have a telephone installed in the DPRK, it is restricted and extremely expensive. Wiretapping of such telephones was also found to be “enforced in an effort to cut off and control the flow of information.”
5. Suppression of freedom of expression and opinion through surveillance and violence: Intensive state indoctrination occurs in an environment where the exercise of the right to express facts and opinions critical of the state or its official ideology is not tolerated. One submission received by the Commission highlighted that,
[L]ack of freedom of expression does not only mean a prohibition of certain things. It rather means that everybody has to talk and behave in a certain manner. If, for example, a DPRK citizen who participates in a mass gathering fails to shout “man se” (“May he live 10,000 years!”) and to applaud at the appearance of the “Dear respected Marshall” Kim Jong Un, he might be denounced and punished.
A witness related to the Commission how he was discouraged since his youth by his parents from aspiring to become a writer as no one could write freely. In the DPRK, one can only write about matters which put Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il and the Workers’ Party of Korea in a good light. Writers who write beyond this remit were liable to be arrested and treated as political criminals.
At the Seoul Public Hearing, Mr Jang Hae-sung told the Commission: “My friends, people who used to be writers … [w]e are never allowed to write our ideas, our thoughts … for example, this writer, he slipped when he was talking to someone else. He was drunk at the time, he slipped and he said that writers are never allowed to write their ideas and just by saying that, he was sent to Yodok, Camp No. 15…”
The population is in fact encouraged to denounce any conduct that may pose a threat to the political system and its leadership. The Commission received a document, reportedly issued by the Ministry of Public Safety in January 2013, which provides a list of 18 acts or “behaviours” that are to be reported to the security forces. This list includes: committing anti-state, anti-national crimes and promoting to commit them; meeting foreigners illegally and exchanging letters and goods; behaviours which corrupt public morals; and all other kinds of “abnormal behaviours”.
The state has established a vast surveillance apparatus to become aware of the expression of sentiments deemed anti-state or anti-revolutionary. This includes the setting up of a large network of secret informers, who operate in all areas of life. In addition to the monitoring carried out by the officials of the mass organizations, of which membership is compulsory for all citizens, there is also the Neighbourhood Watch.
The Neighbourhood Watch (Inminban) is made up of about 20-40 households with a leader appointed to report to the police or SSD on unusual activities in the neighbourhood including unregistered visitors and monitor for anti-state activities and expressions of dissent. Sometimes villagers are also given orders by security agents to spy on their neighbours. The Neighbourhood Watch scrutinizes the intimate details of family life. It also has the authority to visit homes at any time, even at night, to determine if there were unregistered guests or adulterous activities, and to report these to security organs for action.
Having come from South Korea, Mr Lee Jae-geun, who provided information to the Commission in Seoul, felt that he was under close surveillance. He stated how there were seven levels of surveillance monitoring him, and that everyone was watching every single word he uttered, every single act he undertook. Anything that appeared suspicious was reported to the SSD.
One witness, whose parents were born in Japan and then “returned” to the DPRK, believed that their family was closely monitored because they were returnees. Her parents never talked about their former life in Japan. They advised her never to talk about Japan in her school. Party officials came to their home and questioned the family, particularly when they received mail from Japan.
There have been recent commentaries regarding DPRK citizens increasingly expressing openly their anger about the economic conditions. It was reported, for example, that when women under 50 were banned from trading in the open markets in North Hamgyong Province in early 2008, a protest staged by groups of women led to a relaxing of the ban. A wave of protests was said to have taken place during the DPRK’s failed attempt at currency reform towards the end of 2009. People were seen burning old currency notes in public in protest. This was however followed by reports of around 50 executions taking place including of the officials supposedly responsible for the policy reform.
6. Denial of freedom of religion and of religious expression: At the London Public Hearing, the Reverend Stuart Windsor provided testimony regarding the institutionalization of “the personality cult and requirement of unwavering obedience” such that “no political deviation is tolerated”. The reverence and idolatry of Kim Il-sung was compared to a religious belief, and several sub-principles of the Ten Principles were highlighted to contain elements indicating the religious nature of the state ideology. In particular, Principle 4 of the Ten Principles states: Accept the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il-sung’s revolutionary thought as your belief and take the Great Leader’s instructions as your creed. Accepting the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il-sung’s thought as one’s own belief and taking his instructions as one’s creed is the most crucial element requested for one to become an endlessly loyal Juche communist warrior. It is also a precondition for the victory of our revolutionary struggle and its construction.
The independent exercise of Christianity grew in the 1990s, as people who fled to China during the height of the food crisis came into contact with, and often received aid from, local churches. Witnesses claimed the existence of underground churches in the DPRK referring to instances where Christians congregate secretly in homes or other places to practise their religion. It has been suggested that clandestine religious activities have increased since the early 2000s, although more specific details have been difficult to obtain. One estimate suggests that there are between 200,000 and 400,000 Christians still professing their religion secretly in the DPRK despite the high risks.The Commission finds that despite the establishment of several churches with state approval apparently confined to Pyongyang, the messaging from the state to the people regarding Christianity clearly suggests that ordinary citizens in the DPRK are not permitted to be open to Christianity. It has been compared to a drug, narcotics, a sin, and a tool of Western and capitalist invasion. Christian missionaries are portrayed as the product of USA capitalism and work akin to vampirism. This appears in line with what Kim Il-sung has been quoted to have stated regarding religion: “Religion is a kind of myth. Whether you believe Jesus or Buddha, it essentially believes a myth.” He had also further directed that, “we cannot take religious people to the socialist society” and “religious people should die to cure their habit”.
Mr Kim Song-ju at the London Public Hearing told the Commission: “To my knowledge, North Korea believes that religion is like narcotics or drugs, and, as a result, it should be completely rooted out. This is expressive of the Marxist belief that religion is the opiate of the masses.”
Although the practice of Christianity is not explicitly criminalized, effectively the authorities consider it a political crime. The Commission finds that the SSD makes concerted efforts to identify Christians. One report describes how security agents are trained to suppress religious activities, and how they are rewarded for uncovering clandestine activities on the basis that religious practitioners are deemed political offenders. These agents also spoke of being trained in religion so that they might infiltrate prayer meetings or pose as religious leaders, and even set up false underground religious meetings. Identified Christians are interrogated for longer periods, usually under torture, in an effort to identify other members of underground Christian churches. The SSD also monitors the activities of the Korean churches in China and systematically interrogates persons repatriated from China to identify practising Christians among them.
One submission, based on extensive testimonies from Christians clandestinely practising their religion within the DPRK, presented three reasons why Christians are sought by the authorities and seen as political criminals: “(1) [They] do not genuinely worship the leaders, adhere to another ideology and therefore pose a threat to the stability of the society; (2) [They] are considered to be spies of ‘Christian states like South Korea and the United States’; and (3) [They] are held responsible for the end of the communist bloc in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
The Commission received the following testimony:
One witness explained that she had been specifically questioned following repatriation about whether she had gone to church in China. She was caught again another time when she left the DPRK for China and was tortured and detained for one year to confess that she was a Christian. She was informed that her friend had told the authorities of her belief in Christianity. She refused to confess and was sent to Kyohwaso No. 11.
Both of Mr A’s sisters were punished severely for their religious belief and activities. One was discovered to be preaching Christianity to a friend and was caught with a Bible resulting in a 13 year sentence in an ordinary prison camp (kyohwaso). The other was caught in China. As a result of the starvation rations and horrendous living conditions, the first sister almost died in prison and only survived after Mr A paid a substantial bribe to free her after three years of confinement. The other sister was labelled a political criminal because it was discovered that she had practised Christianity in China and had also attempted to flee to the ROK. She was sent to Yodok Camp and was never heard from again.
7. Discrimination based on social class and birth: the songbun system, past and present: Through the Songbun system, the state places citizens of the DPRK into three broad classes with approximately 51 more specific categories, although the actual categories seem to have been adjusted over the years. Decisions about residency, occupation, access to food, health care, education and other services have been contingent on songbun. Songbun is also reflected through geographic segregation.
Elites are concentrated among the population officially permitted to live in Pyongyang, which has a population of 3.3 million according to the 2008 population census. The ruling elites among them are assigned to live in the most modern part of the capital. Goods and public services in Pyongyang are superior to those in other regions. Ordinary citizens of low or medium songbun are precluded from residing in Pyongyang, and even obtaining the right to visit Pyongyang is difficult.
Mr Kim Soo-am of the Korea Institute for National Unification [of the Republic of Korea] described the continuing impact of songbun at the Seoul Public Hearing:
“Family background is also a core factor in discriminating between people, allowing different levels of access to the right of food. The core elites who live in Pyongyang or other major cities still receive benefits in terms of medicine, and those who live in the ri [villages], the level of residents, they have very limited access to medical facilities, so the rights to enjoy healthy life [are] also discriminated and not guaranteed…”
The highest songbun was awarded to family members of guerrillas who fought with Kim Il-sung against Japanese forces (although many of them were eventually subject to purges over the years). The lowest songbun was given to, among others, formerly wealthy industrialists, alleged spies, Catholics and Buddhists. In effect, a family’s history even before the establishment of the DPRK pre-determined a citizen’s destiny in the DPRK.
The determination of songbun is recorded in a comprehensive resident registration system with detailed files on all adult citizens and their families. The systematic compilation of these files by security agencies and institutions of the Workers’ Party of Korea is not a transparent process, and determinations cannot be contested.
Songbun appears also to be an important factor when considering the punishment for a criminal offense. As one witness explained, when someone with higher songbun commits the same crime as someone with lower songbun, the one with the higher songbun will get the lighter punishment.
Administratively, the Songbun system is based on carefully recorded information on every DPRK citizen and his or her family. The state authorities established a comprehensive resident registration file on every citizen aged 17 and older. These files contain biographical information including genealogy and indications of ideological steadfastness and political loyalty, which are ascertained through evaluations of a person’s performance in different circumstances such as acts at work and through the weekly “confession and criticism” sessions.”
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I have a question. Based on the findings of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights…what does North Korea sound like to you??? Because for me, it sure sounds a hell of a lot…like Nazi Germany. It also sounds an awful lot… like Apartheid…South Africa.
NOW…if I didn’t know that the Heavenly Father is real…& therefore, reincarnation does not exist…I WOULD SWEAR…on Jethro & Grannie (I’ll leave Jed & Ellie Mae out of this)…that Kim Jong Un…was Adolf Hitler…REINCARNATED!!!
If I don’t know anything else about North Korea…I do, know this… The Devil, yes, the one & only…who is also known as Satan…is ruling his human minions in North Korea. Kim Jong Un…is surely of his father, the Devil…and the work of his father…he does. Hands Down!
The shit that Kim Jong Un is doing in North Korea…is right up Donald Trump’s alley. Donald Trump, wishes with all of his might…that the United States could operate just like North Korea…with him as the “Supreme Leader.” People…you better know who you are dealing with. This shit is REAL and happening in REAL TIME! This is not make-believe…this is no myth. As you go about your daily business…know that millions of North Korean’s are living in pure hell.
What is happening in North Korea today…WILL happen in the United States tomorrow… if God’s children aren’t diligent in resisting the Devil, his demons and human minions.
One reason that millions…upon millions…were killed during WWII…was because too many people…slept on the fact…that Adolf Hitler was also a child of the Devil. While a few were trying their damnedest to sound the alarm…the multitude was scurrying about…blind & deaf to all of the warning signs. Many were viewing Hitler the same way…Dennis Rodman…views Kim Jong Un. On 4/28/19, History News Network.org…reports… “Throughout the pre-war period, FDR (President Franklin D. Roosevelt) strove to maintain cordial diplomatic and economic relations with Nazi Germany. He sent Secretary of Commerce Daniel Roper to speak at a German-American rally in New York City in 1933, where the featured speaker was the Nazi ambassador to Washington, and a large swastika flag was displayed on stage.”
Many waited too long to react to Hitler’s evil ass. This gave him the ability to gain a stronger footing. This stronger footing allowed Hitler to fight on longer…which led to so many more deaths.
We must fight…24/7… against Donald Trump, those who support him and those who carry out his evil deeds. Tyranny & oppression must be fought against…everywhere we find it. The Heavenly Father punishes those who are tyrannical and oppressive.
Zecharia 7:8-14 tells us… “The word of the Lord came to Zechariah, saying: 9 Thus says the Lord of hosts: Render true judgments, show kindness and mercy to one another; 10 do not oppress the widow, the orphan, the alien, or the poor; and do not devise evil in your hearts against one another. 11 But they refused to listen, and turned a stubborn shoulder, and stopped their ears in order not to hear. 12 They made their hearts adamant in order not to hear the law and the words that the Lord of hosts had sent by his spirit through the former prophets. Therefore great wrath came from the Lord of hosts. 13 Just as, when I called, they would not hear, so, when they called, I would not hear, says the Lord of hosts, 14 and I scattered them with a whirlwind among all the nations that they had not known. Thus the land they left was desolate, so that no one went to and fro, and a pleasant land was made desolate.”
All I can say is this… “I would have fainted but for knowing the goodness of my Heavenly Father in the land of the living!!!”
Iris Whiting ©