Zeek, you say, "Jesus is obviously was speaking in the future tense about the abomination of desolation, plus, he lived some several hunred years after Daniel."
There's no doubt about this. The setting up of the abomination of desolation and the destruction of the temple, even if (as I contend) he was speaking about the 70 A.D. war with Titus, WAS future in 30 A.D.
You say, "I believe we are on the doorsteps of the last 7 years. We are the "last generation" to live before the fulfillment of all these thing. Ours is a generation that the prophets spoke of, and longed to see themself."
Do you know how many people from how many generations have said that before? All of them had Scripture and current events to "prove" they had it right. It is plain now that all of them were wrong. This doctrine inevitably leads to an inflated, elitist, "we-are-the-greatest- generation" kind of thinking, followed by great disillusionment and humiliation among people that believed it.
If you're interested in the damage this teaching has done over the last couple of thousand years, there's a great book on the subject, called, "The Last Days Are Here Again", by Richard Kyle.