World Events…December 2, 2009

How we get these Future News Predictions


We have 3 main areas to comment on for world events in the coming year.  The first event that will engage much of the world is the prolonged war in Afghanistan.  This war has gone on for many years without resolve or an exit strategy.  President Obama last night pledged 30,000 more American troops to the war effort and the allies of the U.S. may also pledge more. (NEWS proof)  30,000 more troops is not a solution for this conflict.  We predict that these additional troops will not be able to stop the advance of the Taliban.

At best, they may slow down their progress with the hope of the U.S. being able to train more Afghan military and police to take over the security of the country.  This will not happen as the U.S. has problems in Afghanistan on more than one front.  They have to secure the cities and most populated areas keeping the Taliban in the rural areas ruled by warlords.  In addition, the U.S. has the challenge of defeating Al-Qaeda insurgents coming over the border from Pakistan.  Even if the U.S. is able to train Afghan troops, they will not have much influence out- side of the capital city and maybe one or two more cities.  The Taliban in the meantime, while the U.S. is taking 6 months to deploy these additional troops, is advancing in as many areas as possible as quickly as possible.  The Afghan military will not be able to fight the Taliban and Al-Qaeda and cover the entire country to insure security for the people. 

(NEWS proof) The Taliban will end up ruling most of rural Afghanistan.  And, even before a pullout of U.S. troops begins, the U.S. will realize that the only way to a stable future in Afghanistan is to engage the Taliban in political discussions.  However, that may be difficult now that the U.S. has stated the time table for troop withdrawal.  Even if the U.S. is able to isolate Al-Qaeda along the Afghan border and into Pakistan, we predict Al-Qaeda will move to another part of the world to establish future training camps.  We predict that they will centralize operations in Indonesia.   Soon the U.S. will understand that it is not a country at war, but a military-industrial complex involved in a war that is becoming more and more unpopular.  We also predict that tired troops will be brought home and deployed to the Mexican border during 2010.  Another major world event that will occur in 2010 will be the World’s Fair in Shanghai, China.  For the first time since the Olympics, where the world had a peek into the Chinese economy and lifestyle, countries from around the world will be there for an extended period of time.  During this World’s Fair, China will be on display for the world to see.  We predict that the world will now begin to see that China will become the premiere economic force in the world in less than 10 years.  India will also have a major presence at this World’s Fair.  With economic growth rates 5 to 6 times greater than the U.S., China and India will become the dominate world economies.  The third world event we would like to comment on is (NEWS proof) the upcoming World Cup games in South Africa.  This will be the largest sporting event ever held in South Africa and we are sorry to predict that it will be marred by violence.  There will not only be fan violence, but violence from the normal criminal element that is present in South Africa.  Much still has to do with racial tension.  The eye of the world being on the games offers a fitting stage for criminals or terrorists to make a statement.

QUESTION: Explain the overall essence of your message today?

ANSWER: Our message revolves around how quickly the world is changing.  The economic balance is quickly being thrown another way toward countries that have a growing industrial, as well as, economic base.  The first shall be last and the last shall be first.  It is the way of balance in the world.

QUESTION: Why do people need to know this information right now?

ANSWER: People have been reluctant to change.  In fact, many thought that the future would be much like the past they knew so well.  The countries that have prospered over the last 50 years will no longer lead the world’s economy or dictate their principles to the world.

QUESTION: What will the U.S. and its allies learn from the conflict in the Middle East?

ANSWER: They will learn as others have learned for thousands of years that it is impossible to control and dominate Afghanistan.  Many armies have come before and have all gone home in defeat.  The country works on a feudal warlord type of government.  When the U.S. troops finally pull out, the Afghan military will have great difficulty securing any parts of a vast rugged country other than metropolitan areas.

QUESTION: With China and other emerging economies taking over the top spots in the world for economic growth, how will the former economic leaders change?

ANSWER: People have admired the Chinese and Indian people for their spiritual leadership and traditions.  Now they will take the forefront in world economic leadership and former financial leaders will be relegated to a lesser position.  This will give those countries a chance to develop spiritually.  The same things they admired about China and India.  These former leading countries will migrate from a money-based society without a conscience into a more conscious society with a lot less money.

QUESTION: How does an individual apply this information to their life at this time?

ANSWER: People don’t hear on the news how their future will change drastically.  They only hear how things are getting worse at a slower pace and that’s supposed to be good news.  For many Westerners, the world and life as they have always known it is about to change forever.


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