Nostradamus popularly predicted the Great Fire of London in 1666, the French Revolution, beginning of WW2, the Atomic Bomb, Hitler’s ascension, JFK’s assassination, 9/11 and many more world changing events that have been confirmed by the passing of time.
Some say Nostradamus was a prophet of the devil. If so, the events he foretold for 2021 are even more plausible. You know, those little prophecies he made for this year. The ones that will change the landscape of human living forever which I discuss in today’s video…
WARNING: Not for Mentally, Spiritually and Physically Unprepared Viewers!
You might well ask – was George Orwell clairvoyant too?
If you still haven’t read 1984, and for that matter Animal Farm, buy the damn books. Read it together with The Controlled Demolition of the American Empire to blow open your mind.
1984 was published in 1949 and set in the dystopian ‘future’ of 1984, where the main character, Winston Smith, lives under the watchful eye of a ‘Big Brother’ government that not only controls the actions of its people, but also seeks to have full commandment of their thoughts. In the book, Big Brother has twisted reality to manipulate the human mind by implementing ‘Newspeak’ and instates the Thought Police in an effort to limit people’s ability to express themselves. And it works.
Just days after permanently banning President Donald Trump from its platform, Twitter went on the record Tuesday afternoon concerning the Ugandan election and made some statements about “freedom of expression” and “access to information” that reinforces everything I’ve said about 2020/21 – you just can’t make this shit up:
“Ahead of the Ugandan election, we’re hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging apps,” Twitter Public Policy began. “We strongly condemn internet shutdowns — they are hugely harmful, violate basic human rights and the principles of the #OpenInternet.”
Then came the kicker: “Access to information and freedom of expression, including the public conversation on Twitter, is never more important than during democratic processes, particularly elections.”
If you’re not laughing, hopefully you’re crying, because it’s that bad.
If you want to laugh and cry together, or you just need to get out of wherever you are and be surrounded by sane people on a beach in Mexico for a week, join me and Lucy at Anarchapulco in March!
I have no doubt it will be the best week of your life.