October 19, 2014 SnyderTalk: Elections Matter

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: may they prosper who love you.” Psalm 122: 6



The next SnyderTalk post will be on October 27th.



2--SnyderTalk Editorial 4


Elections Matter

Maggie Fox at NBC wrote:

Nearly 9,000 people have been infected with Ebola, and half have died. But the World Health Organization says that’s an underestimate. Experts have been trying to project just how bad the epidemic could get. But it’s a moving target.

WHO says about 1,000 people a week are being infected with Ebola and WHO’s Dr. Bruce Aylward says this could rise to between 5,000 and 10,000 a week. “The disease continues to expand geographically” in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, Aylward said this week.

One scenario from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed as many as 1.4 million people infected by January. But CDC says that’s just a rough guess. For one thing, no one is exactly sure how many people actually are infected.

In its latest report, WHO says a whole week of data is missing from Liberia, for instance. “These challenges remain particularly acute in Liberia, where there continues to be a mismatch between the relatively low numbers of new cases reported through official clinical surveillance systems on one hand, and reports from laboratory staff and first responders of large numbers of new cases on the other,” WHO said in a statement.

Many patients are being treated at home, dying in their own beds, or even creeping off to die in the forest, uncounted.

“It is clear, however, that the situation in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone is deteriorating, with widespread and persistent transmission of Ebola virus disease,” WHO says.

Fox’s article is informative, and the title is on the money: “How Bad Will Ebola Get? Experts Are Still Guessing”.  The guessing part is key.

I take issue with two things that Fox said, though.  She said that 9,000 people have been infected with the Ebola virus so far.  That’s wrong.  A better guess is that more than 12,000 people have died from Ebola already, but that’s just a guess and guessing is all that experts can do right now.  She also said that half of those infected with the disease have died.  The death rate is actually 70%.

Several things about Ebola are becoming clear:

  • There are no Ebola experts. Just because you have an M.D. degree and specialize in infectious diseases that doesn’t mean you understand Ebola.
  • The flippant approach to this horrific disease displayed by the Obama administration’s so-called “medical experts” borders on criminal. The precise legal term is “criminal negligence”.
  • Anyone who thinks that Obama didn’t personally approve bringing Ebola patients to the U.S. even though we were not prepared to handle them doesn’t understand how government at the highest level works.
  • Saying “I’m sorry” is not good enough. It’s like saying “I’m sorry that I let your child play with a rattle snake.”
  • This problem isn’t over yet.

Mayors of Chicago have been known to lose their jobs because they didn’t deal effectively with the aftermath of one snow storm.  How many critical mistakes should we allow Obama and his political party to make before we give them the boot?

Before the 2008 presidential election, a person that I know and love told me that she was going to vote for Obama because he’s black.  She simply wanted the U.S. to elect a black president.  That’s exactly what she said.

Then she asked me a question—actually, it was more of a statement than a question: “What harm can he do?”

Well, let’s see:

  • Obama’s apology tour ignited the radical Muslim uprising that has led to untold numbers of deaths in North Africa and the Middle East, untold numbers of Christian slaves being taken and sold, and the toppling of several governments.
  • Obama’s Middle East peace initiative led to war between Israel and Hamas. Now Obama plans to press ahead again with reckless abandon to achieve peace between Israel and Hamas/Fatah despite the fact that the Palestinian and Hamas charters still call for Israel’s annihilation.  Nothing that either Hamas or Fatah has done suggests that they have changed their ways or their minds.  “Peace” for them is an opportunity to rearm for the next assault and nothing more.  That’s what they say.  It’s not my opinion.
  • Obama inherited the Iran mess, but he owns it now. It goes with the territory if you are president.  No one enters office with a blank slate.  By the time a “deal” with Iran is reached, Iran will have nuclear weapons or it will be one step away from having them.  That will set off a nuclear arms race throughout the Middle East.  Try to imagine what might happen if every Middle Eastern country had nuclear weapons.  Imagine the worst case scenario and double it.
  • Obama’s “reset” with Russia led to Russian adventurism unlike anything that we have seen since the Cold War ended in the early 1990s. I’m not scoffing at good relations with Russia.  I’m questioning Obama’s judgment and the way he went about trying to improve relations with Russia.  We know a lot about Russia, and this much is certain: her leaders still see Russia as an empire—especially Vladimir Putin.  Pretending that it isn’t so won’t change a thing.  Hillary Clinton’s toothy grin didn’t help when she gave a big red reset button to the Russian foreign minister and the one word written on it in Russian was incorrect.  That was humiliating.  Doesn’t anyone at the State Department know how to speak Russian?  I’m sure someone does.  Maybe it was 3:00 in the morning and she forgot to ask.
  • Obama’s foreign policies have infuriated our allies and emboldened our enemies. He said that he wanted to improve America’s image in the world.  Well, at least he changed it.  Now we’re a laughingstock to our enemies and an unreliable partner to our allies.
  • Under Obama, the IRS became a Gestapo-like organization whose purpose is to attack individuals and groups that don’t support Obama’s agenda. Eventually when historians write about Obama and compare him with other presidents, I think he will make Richard Nixon look like a choirboy.
  • Obama’s handling of the economy led to a jobless recovery. It’s the worst recovery since the Great Depression, and it’s his fault.  He used the recession as an opportunity to enrich his friends and supporters and left everyone else behind.  (Remember Rahm Emanuel’s advice at the time: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”)  A few weeks ago, a Democratic Party supporter told me that this recession wasn’t Obama’s fault, and she was using the present tense.  I asked her if she meant that we are still in recession.  She assured me that she did.  Then I explained to her that the recession ended in 2009 and that this is what a jobless recovery looks like.  When I told her that recessions occur every few years and that we are due for another one soon, she was dumbfounded.
  • Obama told us that sodomy is natural and that we should accept it as an alternate lifestyle. His followers have taken to the airwaves and to the press with messages like this: we live in a free country and no one is trying to force you to marry anyone or to have sex with anyone.  Live and let live, they say.  Of course, that’s just a pithy way of saying that we had better get used to perversion as normal behavior.  He failed to mention that there are many perverted groups in America, not just one or two or three, and they are standing in line hoping to be the next one on the front burner.
  • Obama forced Obamacare down our throats so that 4.2 million Americans would have health insurance. Now that we have Obamacare, 13.4% of Americans still don’t have health insurance.  Stated simply, we have wasted a lot of time and money because we have not accomplished a thing.  Actually, we did accomplish one thing: we revamped health insurance so that the federal government is more involved in healthcare now than it has ever been.  That will come back to haunt us.
  • He told us that Islam is a peaceful religion and that Islamists aren’t really Muslims. You can’t make up stuff like that, but he didn’t stop there.  He told us that people who think that Islamists are trying to kill us are “Islamophobes”.  But he didn’t stop there either.  He said that Islamists were on the ropes and later that ISIS was composed of bush-leaguers.  You know the rest of the story.
  • Now we have Ebola, and Obama is just as in charge as he’s ever been. The results speak for themselves.

Obama can’t run for president again, but his fingerprints are all over the Democratic Party.  Working together, Obama and the Democratic Party did those things.  He needed them and they needed him.  They are joined at the hip.  I would even go so far as to say that they are one and the same.

If a Chicago mayor can lose his job for mishandling one freak snowstorm, Democrats at the national level should be held accountable, too.  I’m not endorsing anyone for political office and I’m not a Republican, but Obama’s and the Democratic Party’s policies are leading our nation toward self-destruction.  That’s a factual statement that’s supported by mountains of evidence.

We go to the polls in a few days to elect Senators and Representatives.  Elections matter.  If you have any doubts, remember Barack Obama.  What harm could he do?




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13--Perspectives 2


Caroline Glick: New York Times post – There should be no Palestinian state—The New York Times online debating forum Room For Debate asked me to participate in an online forum regarding the rationale for recognizing the non-existent state of Palestine. Here’s what I wrote: When Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced his decision to recognize the non-existent state of “Palestine” earlier this month, he inadvertently gave the game away. Lofven said, “A two-state solution requires mutual recognition and a will to peaceful coexistence. Sweden will therefore recognize the State of Palestine.” The Palestinians refuse to recognize or peacefully coexist with the State of Israel. Like his coalition partner Hamas terror master Khaled Mashaal, and despite his sweet talk to Western audiences, PLO chief Mahmoud Abbas has pledged, repeatedly, over decades that he will never, ever recognize Israel. During his speech to the UN General Assembly last month he reverted to PLO language from the 1970s, referring to Israel repeatedly as “the occupying Power,” and “the racist occupying State.” So when Lofven recognized “Palestine,” he joined the Palestinian campaign to destroy Israel. He used the language of the “two-state solution,” to reject the Jewish state. Former British foreign minister and Labor MP Jack Straw went a step further this week as he addressed his Parliament before its lopsided 274-12 vote to recognize “Palestine.” The vote, he explained, was not about advancing peace. It was a straightforward bid to harm Israel.

SnyderTalk Comment: The facts are indisputable.  Hamas and Fatah have made it crystal clear that they will never recognize Israel and that peace for them is simply a pause in the fighting so that they can prepare for the next assault.  I’m not guessing or exaggerating.  Their leaders say it publicly in writing and on television.  It’s part of the record.

Both the Hamas and Palestinian charters call of Israel’s annihilation, so what is the problem with world leaders?  They refuse to acknowledge the obvious and they demand that Israel accept the unacceptable.

Most people are so ignorant about the facts that they believe what they are told, but they are being told a bunch of lies.

As Alice of Wonderland fame said, things are getting “curiouser and curiouser.”

Ruthie Blum: ‘Step by step’ toward a nuclear Iran—While Americans began to panic this week about the spread of Ebola in the United States, and Israelis mourned the tragic loss of young hikers killed in a snowstorm in Nepal, something with far more lethal consequences was taking place in Europe that barely elicited a yawn. Representatives of Iran and the P5+1 countries (Russia, China, France, Britain, the U.S. and Germany) met in Vienna to hold yet another round of talks on the Islamic republic’s nuclear program. Key players in these negotiations were Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Though this was the eighth such gathering since the beginning of the year aimed at “ironing out” differences between the sides, it was highly significant.

Michael Curtis: History Repeating Itself in the White House— Karl Marx was not as funny as Groucho, but he made at least one amusing quip. It occurs in his critical comparison of Louis Bonaparte, the French ruler in 1848, with his uncle Emperor Napoleon. In his essay, “The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon”, Marx wrote, “Hegel remarks somewhere that all world-historic facts and personages appear so to speak twice. The first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.” Although 130 years apart, there is an uncanny resemblance between the foreign and military policies and actions of the political leaders William Gladstone in Britain in the 1880s and President Barack Obama in Washington today. Both leaders were (and are) characterized by their reluctance or hesitation to become involved in international affairs. Both were more concerned and interested in domestic than in foreign affairs.

Craig Whitlock and Karen DeYoung: U.S.-Led Coalition Targeting Islamic State Is Beset by Strategic Differences—Military chiefs from the U.S. and 21 other countries convened Tuesday in Maryland to discuss the campaign against the Islamic State. President Obama cited some preliminary “important successes,” but warned that “this is going to be a long-term campaign.” 60 countries are now participating in the coalition, according to the Obama administration. Shadi Hamid, a Middle East scholar with the Brookings Institution, noted, “The coalition partners have very different conceptions about the regional order and don’t even agree on what the primary threat is….You have all these different actors who want different things and in some cases also strongly dislike each other.”

Jonathan Spyer: The Broader Nature of the Conflict in Iraq and Syria—Seeing Syria, and increasingly Iraq, as wars between central governments taking on insurgencies challenging the nature of their rule is increasingly a redundant way to see this conflict. A better frame for seeing both conflicts is as a single sectarian war taking place across borders in Iraq, Syria, and increasingly Lebanon. We can see a united Shia/minority alliance, a much more confused picture on the Sunni Arab side, and a Kurdish contiguous area of control separated by the rivalries of two pan-Kurdish political organizations. The heartland of the Islamic State is in Raqqa city in Syria. If you want to destroy the Islamic State, you – or someone on your behalf – will have to go into Raqqa city and take on and defeat them. It is not clear who that candidate could possibly be. If somebody believes that the Syrian rebels are going to march into Raqqa city and defeat the Islamic State, they are dreaming.

Hannah Roberts: Now ISIS boasts about invading the Vatican: Propaganda magazine says terrorists will ‘conquer’ Rome and ‘break your crosses’— Islamic State jihadis today issued a clear threat to the heart of Christianity, as they published an image of their black flag flying above the Vatican. In a picture on the cover of their official magazine showing a mock-up of Caliphate-controlled Rome, the militants’ flag is superimposed on the obelisk in St Peter’s Square. It is the front cover of the fourth edition of the ISIS online propaganda magazine Dabiq, which calls in its latest issue for a war against the Catholic Church.

Lena H. Sun, Lenny Bernstein and Joel Achenbach: CDC director’s challenge: Deadly Ebola virus and outbreak of criticism—“I am not protecting West Africa,” Tom Frieden, pacing in his office, tells an unhappy U.S. senator on the other end of a call from Washington. “My number one responsibility is to protect Americans from threats.” Then: “Respectfully, sir, I don’t agree with you.” A moment later: “I hope to regain your confidence.” When he hangs up, Frieden doesn’t identify the senator, other than to say he was a Republican who wants an absolute travel ban on people from West Africa because of the Ebola epidemic. Frieden thinks that’s a misguided idea that will backfire, but the senator would not be persuaded. “It was pingpong ball against iron safe,” he says.

Piotr Zalewski: ISIS Retreats From Besieged Syrian City—The Syrian city of Kobani, just across the border from Turkey, breathed easier Thursday as U.S. coalition airstrikes helped dislodge jihadist fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) from several neighborhoods. Speaking by phone from Kobani on Thursday, Anwar Muslim, the head of the local government, told TIME that the People’s Protection Units (YPG), the Kurdish forces defending the enclave, were now in control of “65 to 70 percent” of the besieged city. In neighborhoods in the south and east, he said, ISIS fighters were in partial retreat. In the west, they remained about three miles away. But he cautioned against premature optimism. ISIS had lost “many men,” he said, “but they keep sending car bombs, mortar shells, and yet more fighters into the area.”

Ron Prosor: Israel: The Road to Peace Does Not Pass through the UN, the House of Commons, or Stockholm—In November 2012, the PA asked the international community to grant it observer status at the UN; and 138 countries chose to disregard the regime of terror in Gaza, the lack of governance and the rife-with-corruption civilian services, thereby signaling that terror trumps dialogue. Ever since, Mahmoud Abbas has been channeling his efforts towards finding ways to bypass negotiations, by appealing to various international institutions. The road to peace between Israel and the Palestinians does not pass through New York or Stockholm. The Palestinians need to internalize the fact that a state created through paperwork will remain a state on paper only. True peace will be achieved only via direct negotiations.

Gonen Ginat: Win, lose or bestiality—The government of Denmark is trying to pass a law that would prohibit bestiality — sex with animals. Denmark is the only country in Europe that does not already have such a law on the books. As a result, animal lovers from all over Europe flock to Denmark. The Danes have had enough of this popularity and they decided to legislate an end to this phenomenon. Incidentally, the official justification for the legal prohibition is that animals cannot express consent, or lack thereof.

SnyderTalk Comment: For those who think that the homosexual agenda is the last thing that the perverted among us want to shove down our throats, it helps to keep in mind that there are many other groups standing in line hoping to be next.  Man-boy sex and beastiality groups are just two of them.  I can imagine what some of their slogans might be: “Kids have a right to choose.”  Sound farfetched?  Think it can’t happen here?  Just wait.  You’ll see.




SnyderTalk Comment: This is a Democratic Party political ad.  Who are the racists?



9--Jerusalem Post


Danon determined to prevent PM from giving in to Washington pressure

US rejects Bennett’s criticism of Kerry’s remarks on ISIS, peace process

Report: Egypt arrests commander of Sinai jihadist group

Nigeria says reaches deal with Boko Haram over abducted girls

Abbas: PA will maintain peace in Gaza to boost reconstruction efforts

The struggle continues

Comment: How the US first agreed and then refused to help locate a missing IDF soldier

Report: Spanish parliament to vote on Palestinian state recognition

Kerry: With volatile Mideast, Israeli-Palestinian peace is more important than ever

Report: Palestinians reject US request to hold off on Security Council statehood bid






10--Arutz Sheva


Bennett Blasts Kerry’s Comments Blaming Israel for Rise of ISIS

SnyderTalk Comment: It’s hard for the Israelis to believe that anyone in such a high government position in the U.S. can be that stupid.  Well, Kerry is that stupid, and he’s like his boss.  They don’t listen.  They think they know, and they tell.

Minister Erdan: Kerry ‘Broke Record’ for Lack of Understanding

Iran’s Red Line: Centrifuges for 38 A-Bombs Per Year

Syria Tunnel Blast Proves Hezbollah Terror Tunnel Threat

ISIS in Jets for First Time, US Reportedly Trains Rebel Pilots

 ‘Greater Jerusalem Area’ Plan Key to Sovereignty?

Torah Celebrations in Tel Aviv Club 

Third Time’s The Charm? Housing Min. Slams Freeze

Arab Terrorists Try to Burn Jews Alive in Capital 

Watch: Muslim Women Attack Border Police




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While the world watches IS, Iran quietly advances

Think the Islamic State is bad? Check out the ‘good guys’

US denies Kerry linked stalled peace talks to rise of IS

Abbas: ‘Settlers’ have no right to ‘desecrate’ Temple Mount

SnyderTalk Comment: He means that Jews have no right to be there at all.  I wonder what Yahweh thinks about that.  I also wonder what Yahweh is going to do about it.  When Yahweh acts, I expect something spectacular.

Militias rule the day in strife-torn Middle East

Living in Israel, traveling to Beirut, singing for Palestine

The Hamas body parts stock exchange

Klinghoffer’s bloods cry out

Ten lessons the Shalit deal taught us

Top-secret space plane lands on California coast



12--Other News


Evangelical Christian prayer vigil blocked by rabbis

Kerry: Israeli-Palestinian peace more critical than ever

SnyderTalk Comment: I’m tempted to conclude that John Kerry knows how much damage he is causing and that he’s doing it on purpose.  But then I think about all of the ridiculous things he has done and said over the years and realize that he is just stupid.  He can’t learn.

Kerry: Defaming Islam is as Bad as Rape

SnyderTalk Comment: As I said, John Kerry is stupid.

Turkey loses out on UN Security Council seat

Vatican Waters Down Gay References in Translation of Divisive Paper

Tories vow to slash £100m a week migrant tax credits: New pledge as Cameron says it’s time to give EU one last go

David Cameron pledges further action on EU immigration

Nasrallah: Border Attack on Israel Was Revenge for Slain Hizbullah Operative

Christian persecution in the US: Openly gay Houston mayor demands pastors turn over sermons

SnyderTalk Comment: The fact that the Houston mayor has demanded that pastors turn over their sermons for review has gotten a lot of press coverage.  The fact that she is openly homosexual hasn’t.  The day may be coming when people who oppose sodomy are seen as and treated like criminals.  Don’t rule it out, because it could happen—even in the U.S.

Houston Mayor Backs Off From Subpoenas to Pastors

SnyderTalk Comment: The fact that the Houston mayor backed off after political pressure was applied doesn’t negate the fact that pressure is mounting to criminalize the belief that homosexuality is perversion.

Over the years, several well-meaning people have told me that I should set up SnyderTalk as a 501(c)(3) organization and raise support for it.  My first response was and is that I will never raise support for SnyderTalk.  If Yahweh wants someone to support SnyderTalk, He’ll tell them to do it.

I also tell them that people are mistaken if they think the 501(c)(3) designation is a good thing for Christian organizations.  While it’s true that 501(c)(3) status enables Christian organizations to raise money from donors who can deduct their contributions from their taxable incomes, it’s also true that 501(c)(3) status places onerous restrictions on organizations.

The Houston mayor was following the letter of the law when she attempted to censure pastors’ sermons.  501(c)(3) status prohibits political activity.  Since homosexuality is a hot button political issue, very easily the IRS could rule that pastors of churches that have 501(c)(3) designation cannot say negative things about homosexuality even though Yahweh says a lot about it, and nothing that He says about it is good.

I will never allow the federal government to have any say in SnyderTalk content.  The day is coming when the IRS will use 501(c)(3) status as a weapon.  They won’t be able to use it against me for anything that I say or write.






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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Genesis 34: 25-31

25 Now it came about on the third day, when they were in pain, that two of Jacob’s sons, Simeon and Levi, Dinah’s brothers, each took his sword and came upon the city unawares, and killed every male. 26 They killed Hamor and his son Shechem with the edge of the sword, and took Dinah from Shechem’s house, and went forth. 27 Jacob’s sons came upon the slain and looted the city, because they had defiled their sister. 28 They took their flocks and their herds and their donkeys, and that which was in the city and that which was in the field; 29 and they captured and looted all their wealth and all their little ones and their wives, even all that was in the houses. 30 Then Jacob said to Simeon and Levi, “You have brought trouble on me by making me odious among the inhabitants of the land, among the Canaanites and the Perizzites; and my men being few in number, they will gather together against me and attack me and I will be destroyed, I and my household.” 31 But they said, “Should he treat our sister as a harlot?”

SnyderTalk Comment: Read His Name is Yahweh.


5--HNIY Print form 3

His Name is Yahweh explains why the Name of God, Yahweh, is so important.  It’s available in eBook format and in paperback.  It’s also available for free in PDF format.

  • God also said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘Yahweh, the God of your fathers—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.’ This [Yahweh] is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation.” (Exodus 3: 15)
  • “Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
  • “Behold, the days are coming,” declares Yahweh, “when I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; and He will reign as king and act wisely and do justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah will be saved, and Israel will dwell securely; and this is His name by which He will be called, ‘Yahweh our righteousness.’” (Jeremiah 23: 5-6)
  • Yeshua said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was born, I am.” (John 8: 58)


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14--Blessings from Revelation 2

Blessings in the Book of Revelation is a book that you need to read, especially now.  There are blessings throughout the Scriptures but Revelation is the only book in the Bible actually containing a specific blessing for reading it. It’s repeated twice, once at the beginning and again at the end. This is the reason that I believe Revelation should be the first step toward studying biblical prophecy. Though not easy to do, Revelation can be broken down and understood by anyone, not just the academic elite. So, Revelation’s blessings are for everyone.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.


Other Books by Neil Snyder

  • Stand! is a suspense novel that exposes the lies, corruption, and greed underlying the theory that man-made CO2 emissions are responsible for global warming. Professor Wes Carlyle and Karen Sterling, his research collaborator, carefully scan the audience for their would-be attacker—a member of the enviro-gestapo who has been following them for days.  Wes spots his man in the back of the room leaning against the wall.  Suddenly, another man in the audience steps forward and moves toward Karen at a menacing pace.  With a vicious stroke, he swings a billy club at her head.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? deals with a question that every Christian has to consider: what should I do with my life? Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • Falsely Accused is a true story about a young woman who was accused of committing a double homicide. It’s about a travesty of justice, and it reveals Yahweh intervening in the life of a believer to rescue her from danger in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.  Everyone will enjoy the book, but young people in particular need to read it because the mistakes made that led to the problem could have been avoided.  They were the kinds of mistakes that young people are prone to make.  As they say, forewarned is forearmed.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.

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