What did Krzysztof Jackowski see in his latest vision?
As the” Interia “portal reminds us, Krzysztof Jackowski regularly shares his feelings about the future with internet users. It does so mainly through its official YouTube channel. The prophet's visions are not particularly optimistic. Was it like that this time?
Krzysztof Jackowski's vision raises concerns.
Krzysztof Jackowski regularly shares his feelings with his admirers about what may happen in the near or long term. In the broadcast, which took place on July 20, it is hard to find any particular optimism. It announces that we are facing a conflict much more serious than that which our eastern neighbors are currently facing.
Krzysztof Jackowski said that Russian aggression against Ukraine is only “the foundation” and the real conflict is still ahead of us. “For several days I have had such a feeling that the world will surprise” – he said to his sympathizers. In his opinion, there are two groups in the world, and with each passing day this division will become even more visible.
Jackowski argues that our country suffers from isolation and loneliness. In his gut, our country will cease to count in matters of political and military interests. “The moment has passed when our country was very important in what was going on” – added the clairvoyant from Człuchów.
The agreement that, in his opinion, is to be established between several countries, will admonish the rest of the countries, kt & oacute; re will be outside of it.
Co do you think about the latest prophecy of Krzysztof Jackowski? What do you think exactly can be about the events announced by him?
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