Studying an airport to try and get 8 families, 36 people to safety

August 23, 2021

Studying this google image to try and learn how my Afghan friends, trainees, mentors, beloved people can get out of this terror. They must reach Abbey gate and there are tens of thousands trying to do the same. No whisper, no message, no signal.

Friends have faced their child falling on top of the infant crushed by being stepped on with its guts spewed by Biden today, as they have tried in desperation to access the bellies of C17s.

In a world lit by the same full moon on August 22, 2021.

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