Pope Francis, 85 Dead Jews, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Iranian Muslims & Dead Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
In these, such difficult times, I wish to make my support felt with my prayer for you and for the complete recovery of your health. I hope you can feel my support through these words. I assure you of my prayers and of my solidarity. I pray to the Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Luján, to strengthen you, so that you may keep your hopes high and return once again to your daily duties. I do not forget your family at this difficult time, nor the doctor who assists you, praying to the Lord to shed His light on them, so that they might make the right choices in their decisions.
May Jesus bless you and the Holy Virgin take care of you.
Evil Portent For Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner: Pope Prays For Recovery Of Argentina's President - She'll Probably Die Now! FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
The above was originally published one year ago - Kirchner didn't die, instead she is embroiled in a conspiracy to cover up the July 18, 1994 AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) bombing killing 85 and wounding hundreds. It has been said that the bombing was the work of Iranian Muslims.
Here is the scheme that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is said to be involved in:
Fernandez had opened a secret back channel to a group of Iranians suspected of planting the bomb. He had said the scheme intended to clear the suspects so Argentina could start swapping grains for much-needed oil from Iran, which denies any connection with the bombing. YahooThe man who accuses Fernandez of the cover up is now dead:
Dead Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
The prosecutor was found dead in his bathroon with a bullet to the temple and a 22-calibre handgun by his side.
The prosecutor was to give evidence today in a closed-door hearing.
Easy way out?
The prosecutor & his conspiracy may have been a laughingstock to his colleagues and he was not fully prepared to give sound evidence against the President - meaning that after his failure to give evidence of a conspiracy in front of the closed door session he would have been more of a laughing stock and most likely disgraced and kick out of office and so he took the easy way out:
The prosecutor probably raised as a Catholic but as an adult was most likely godless and suicide seemed like the easy way out.
Or could have been murder...
To early to tell