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"Yosef's Russian Disconnection" by Dumb Like a Fox - 6.1.17

Entry Submitted by Dumb Like a Fox at 5:13 PM EDT on June 1, 2017

Have you ever been frustrated as you read the intel of our gurus?

Do they make undocumented predictions and share information based on unverifiable sources?

If someone says "Grandfather told me...", or "Joseph Dunford did..." or "Ascended Master So-and-so told me such and so...", how do you verify that? Especially if you don't have Grandfather in your contact list or don't know anybody in the Pentagon or haven't been visited by some higher vibrational ascended entity from the astral plane or Hollow Earth or the mother ship?

Maybe this doesn't describe you, but it does me. I don't have contacts high up in government or in intelligence circles. I've met some spooks, both US and Israeli, but they don't exactly share top secret info with me. I also personally know quite a few military folks, both active duty and retired, including ex special forces operators, but they don't seem to have the inside scoop on this stuff either, or else they aren't talking to little ol' me. The only extra-terrestrial I talk to on a regular basis is the resurrected and ascended Lord Jesus Christ.

So, if you're like me, you have no recourse except to evaluate what the gurus say based on a combination of spiritual discernment, how it makes you feel and how it meshes with your particular world-view.

Or else you just wait and see if their predictions come true. For me, that's huge. When someone ends up with a zero percent accuracy rate over dozens of very specific predictions, I begin to question their credibility. But that's just me. Maybe they just had bad intel, or things changed or something. I understand that. But I still wish there was something I could verify. Just once.

Then yesterday, it happened. Yosef comes on the Real truth Call, May 31, 2017. I didn't listen to it live, but according to reports, the following exchange occurred:

Caller: Someone said Trump’s tweet “CovFeFe” means “I resign in Russian”

YOSEF: “That’s true.”

Bingo! Finally I had something to sink my teeth into. I may not know shadowy high-level leakers...I may not have a fly on the wall in Cabal enclaves...but I do have solid contact with Russians. Lots of them. I know dozens of Russian-speaking people. Some of them I consider my closest friends. I talk to them on a daily basis. I work with them. I worship with them. I recreate with them. I even speak a little Russian.

When Yosef makes a statement that a word means something in Russian, I can verify that. I got busy. I began contacting my Slavic Facebook friends via Facebook Messenger. Here is what I wrote:

"Hey, I just wondered if you could clear something up for me. I'm trying to figure out the truth. The media and internet are saying that President Trump's tweet using the word 'covfefe' is a message in Russian. Some are even saying that it means 'I resign' in Russian. Is this true? Does 'covfefe' or 'совфефе' mean anything in Russian that you know of? Thanks for your help."

Back came the replies from Slavic people of both sexes ranging in age from 18 to 50. Here is a cross-section:

Katerina B.: Hey there. I haven't heard or seen this word before. But I will ask my husband. He's more fluent in Russian lol

Dennis K.: I have no clue what that word means lol sorry man

Lyudmilla D.: No it is not true. I'm sure he just misspelled something he was trying to say in English.

Alex D.: I honestly do not know that word.

Irina T.: This is not Russian or Ukrainian words ..i don't know what this means.

Not one of them had a clue what the word could mean in Russian, even though for some of them Russian is their first language.

So what's the deal?

Is Yosef misinformed?

Is he just making things up?

Does he have some ulterior agenda?

Or is this some sort of--ahem, wink, wink--secret Russian code in some obscure Russian slang or dialect?

I personally don't buy the latter.

Just sayin',
Dumb Like a Fox



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