Skip to comments.VIDEO:French Psychic In 1980 Predicts 9/11 & Black Men Being President (Years In Advance)
Posted on 01/13/2012 2:53:53 PM PST by OUTKAST
Somebody's been reading their Albert Pike docs., lol
I blame time travelers.
Obama is no more black than he is white. He’s bi-racial, just identifies himself as being black. I guarantee on his birth certificate (if he has one) it states his race as bi-racial. On that fake birth certificate floating around it said his father was “African”. There is no such thing as an “African” race. African would be your nationality. I know then it had been doctored. It would have said “negro” or “black”.
He predicted William the Impeached, the first black president?
good one Sarge
"my guess is this "physic" saw me calling him a douche too eh?"
1960 was before African and before black. At that time there was the Negro Race. I don't think that had any negative connotations at all, that was the proper way to describe the race.
So how do we know this is really from 1980? I can shoot a video tomorrow predicting every that happened in 2011 to the letter and claim I made it in 1990.
Did he predict 9-11?
Not exactly. He said sometime after 2000 America will be attacked in New York and LA by ‘bombs’. Pretty off. (he also talked about levitating cars, yet said the world will end in 2012 so we only have a few months for that to happen).
But those cool glasses convince me it has to be real!
Good catch. That does look like a CD jewel case laying in front of the Carousel record cover. Oops.
Big deal. I predicted it too.
I predicted it would come right after 9/10 and right before 9/12.
I am John Titor.
All that effort... the furniture, the LP’s, the clothes, the glasses, the sideburns... and they leave a CD jewel case in plain view. Doh!
To be honest, I cannot see the area in question that well to be sure it is “CD jewel cases”.
The “Carousel” was not a book, but a Kodak slide projector (our organization has this very model, just as old). More evidence you cannot tell what those slivers of light on the shelf are, certainly if you cannot tell the big thing is not a book.
However, I think the film seems very fresh. It’s possible, but doesn’t seem to usually happen.
He’s more cracker than black and 1/4 arab I think
You are right, it is difficult to confirm that it is a CD-jewel case, but it raises doubt, none the less.
I called it a book, frankly I was focused on the “jewel case” and did not give the “carousel” too much thought.
CDs were around in the late 1970s, just not in the US; they appeared in popular mags as the next big thing sometime around 1977 or 1978, and audiophiles (with serious cash) were enjoying them before 1980. I didn’t see my first CD until 1981 or ‘82, and they didn’t hit in the US until about 1984, when “Born in the USA” came out.
But no, he’s not a psychic.
Thanks for the info. I first saw CD’s around 83’-84’ time frame.
The first ones I bought were used, at a store (long gone now) near 28th St and Breton here in Grand Rapids, that was approximately 1983 (by comparison, I bought my first home computer in 1984). I also joined Columbia House for what was at that time a great selection (basically nothing in the local stores but expensive import CDs, and those were in the high-end audio joints), right about the time I finally got the first player I bought. The second player I bought is still hooked up in the living room, although I’m not sure who was president when I last used it. :’) At this point in my life, some of my old friends and all those 20-somethings at work poke fun at me because I still buy CDs. :’)
BTW, did you do your predictions thread this year?