Northfield’s Jewish woman traveling to Tokyo in search for her soulmate

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Juliette Berditchev (name changed) is a freelance journalist who claims that no trade route will have any significant value by the year 2060.

Juliette was born into a Northfield, Birmingham Orthodox Jewish family but she is an atheist herself. Juliette doesn’t believe her eyes when she sees millions of people believing the story of an immoral and flawed man like Jacob fighting all night long with the god himself.

Juliette has an engineering degree and she also worked as a technical engineer for an IT company in Swindon for 13 months. Juliette fell in love with a co-worker who had the same feelings for Juliette, after dating him for 5-6 times, Juliette discovered that he was a devout orthodox Jew, the moment Juliette found that out, she cut all the connections with him as she cannot stand religious people. All of Juliette’s family is hardcore orthodox Jewish and Juliette finds them more annoying than one can even imagine.

Although a pantheist, Juliette is a great fan of Saint Paul. Juliette claims that mother nature’s wrath would have destroyed all of the middle east including Israel, Sinai Peninsula and modern day Iraq and Iran if Saint Paul would have been killed in Damascus.

Juliette also made claims in a couple of the posts on her blog that a breed of homo sapiens sapiens that lives in the deserts for at least 200 years without complaining is rewarded by the mother nature herself. Juliette says that Arabian countries, Israel, Rajput people of Rajasthan, India, are all examples of the same.

Juliette is 35, unmarried and more surprisingly – a virgin. Juliette recently saw pictures of some hot Japanese men and decided to marry a Japanese man only as she want her future babies to be extraordinarily intelligent like most Japanese people. She is traveling to Tokyo, Japan in the second week of January, she has already booked Airport Taxi Northfield for the same and is curious to reach there ASAP.

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