1. I've never lived through a presidential assassination. It could be fascinating, who knows?

    about 8 months ago from web
    1. @scribus I technically have. No it was not shot on camera, but here is an incident of what happened prior. Oddly enough noone thought to up security around him for some reason

      I happened to be in the Netherlands when he was killed. He would have been voted the Prime Minister if he would have lived through the election process because enough people still voted for him even though he was dead.

      For normal civilian life nothing happened that day which was out of the ordinary.

      Meanwhile a friend of mine lived through the 2016 Turkish coup d'etat attempt while being in Ankara. Which was frightning for ALL the reasons you could think of.

      "Ohh, tanks are too big for pedestrian roads, wait hold on, ITS COMING RIGHT FOR US !"

      about 8 months ago from web