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Born in San Francisco in 1951, I enjoyed an amazing post World War II life quality. Except for the air raid sirens that blared every Tuesday @ Noon, it was the most tranquil and exceptionally beautiful place to live.

Departing The City to reside in Los Angeles in 1977 and then Florida in 1984, I still regularly returned on business or pleasure always embracing what Tony Bennett sang:

"I left my heart in San Francisco High on a hill, it calls to me To be where little cable cars climb halfway to the stars The morning fog may chill the air, I don't care

My love waits there in San Francisco"

Returning in 2018 after a 10 year hiatus, it was a totally different environment. The income disparity between the "haves" and the "have nots" grew exponentially.

The super rich 20-something millennials working 1 hour away in Silicon Valley @ Google, Yahoo, FaceBook, Apple, Hewlett Packard, Oracle, etc., were living high on the hog before the plannedemic hit.

While the Silicon Valley geeks were draining several $3,000.00 bottles of wine at some of the world's most expensive restaurants and living in multi-million dollar palaces, today there are more than 15,000 HOMELESS people in San Francisco.

While Christine and I walked South on Mission Street from Salesforce Headquarters in city center, we witnessed over 2 miles of fellow human beings sleeping next to each other on tattered shower curtains, rain-soaked cardboard boxes, etc., as well as some urinating and defecating on the streets, while others were totally brain-baked on GMO super powerful marijuana stumbling around like apocalyptic zombies.

Turn the page 2 years to the present with over 20,000 businesses totally or partially shut down. Those businesses employ 270,000 people that generate $6 Billion per month.

The City will lose hundreds and hundreds of millions in revenue in 2020 ~ a sudden and precipitous drop so much sharper and faster than The Great Depression, 9/11 or the 2007 purposely engineered Satanic Freemason 1 World Order Cult's dot-com bust.

To make matters worse, the United States is cursed with the worst president ever SELECTED ~ not elected, at the worst time in its history; and California's governor is cut from the same set of scissors.

As dire as these circumstances are, nothing is more pressing or concerning and horrifying than the humanitarian crisis facing San Francisco and every city.

Lives are at stake ~ lots of them!

The remainder of 2020 is going to be very ugly.

Thank God, they finally approved a safety net on The Golden Gate Bridge to keep people from committing suicide.

Steven Miller ~ the bridge's manager, confirms that an estimated 1,700 people have killed themselves by jumping off the span since its construction was completed in 1937.

Bridge patrol officers encounter jumpers at a rate of once every other day, if not every day.

Since there are 7.7 Billion people living on our Earth today compared to only 1.8 Billion during the 1929 depression, the 2 New York skyscraper jumpers tremendously pales in comparison.

We must act NOW upon Christ Yeshua's teaching:

"Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world; for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me."