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2022 Sep 12, 2:18pm   13,786 views  261 comments

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Here I will collect bold predictions so we can see what came true and what didn't.

It goes without saying that everybody is welcome to add their favorite predictions.

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232   RWSGFY   2022 Dec 27, 12:20pm  

Bd6r says


RWSGFY says


.. or the raging midget is completely off his rocker

People say he is hitting bottle too hard.

You may want to post link to his telegram so persons here know these predictions came from him.



Oh, the persons who would question the veracity of it are also the same persons who bragged profusely about their mad google-fu skills. There should be no problem for xem to find the Raging Alco Midget's Tele.

PS. Here it is in all drunken glory:

https://t.me/medvedev_telegram/237

Before the new year, everyone likes to make predictions

Many exercise in futuristic hypotheses, competing in the proposal of the most unexpected and even absurd. We will also do our part.

What could happen in 2023:
1. Increasing oil prices to $150 per barrel and gas prices to $5,000 per 1,000 cubic meters. m.
2. The return of the UK to the European Union.
3. The collapse of the European Union after the return of the UK and the abolition of the circulation of the euro as the currency of the former EU.
4. Capture by Poland and Hungary of the western regions of the former Ukraine.
5. Creation of the Fourth Reich on the basis of Germany and the satellites that joined it (Poland, the Baltic countries, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, the Kyiv Republic, and other outcasts).
6. War between France and the Fourth Reich. Partition of Europe, including a new partition of Poland.
7. Separation of Northern Ireland from the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and accession to the Republic of Ireland.
8. The American Civil War, the separation of California and Texas into independent states. Creation of the union state of Texas and Mexico. The subsequent victory of Elon Musk during the US presidential election in some of the states assigned to the Republicans after the civil war.
9. Transfer of all major stock markets and financial activity from the US and Europe to Asia.
10. The collapse of the Bretton Woods financial system, including the collapse of the IMF and the World Bank. Rejection of the euro and the dollar as world reserve currencies. The return of the gold standard. Transition to the active use of digital fiat currencies.

Happy New Year to you, Anglo-Saxon friends and their happily grunting gilts!
233   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 27, 12:37pm  

richwicks says


I'm not going to waste my time discussing this with you, especially with you.

Every single one of the settlers, in Jewish only settlements in Gaza were given new homes in the West Bank.

Based on land claims from before the Jordanian illegal annexation and expulsion of the Jews. Israel brought off some of those claims and gave them to the settlers.

It also left behind in Gaza Hundreds of millions in infrastructure, including a vast greenhouse complex, which the Gazans smashed and looted.

richwicks says


Doesn't matter what Israel states or says, it's quite obvious what they are going to do. There will NEVER be a two state solution, and there's no plans for one. If Israel wanted a two state solution, they would UNILATERALLY declare their borders, and whatever was left would be "Palestine", they don't need ANY cooperation from the Palestinians to do this and they could have done this any time in the last 40 years.

Yep, there can never be a two state solution anymore. That plan is over since the Pallies never follow through. Israel can and has made concessions to both Jordan and Egypt, which were upheld. The Palestinians do not uphold their end of any bargains.

richwicks says


It's a racist, ethnocentric state and Americans either don't know what it is, or don't care.

Judea is home of the Jews. Otherwise, return ireland to Great Britain who had 5 centuries of occupancy.

Funny, nobody is annoyed about the Turkish invasion of North Cyprus, a completely illegal act, including the forcible expulsion of most of the Greeks.

richwicks says


It's not worth my time arguing about the obvious here. If you can't see it your either blind or just know nothing about the situation.

I know much about the situation, but I don't buy Arab Supremacist propaganda.

richwicks says


The situation that exists now is EXACTLY what both governments want. Both are thug governments that don't give a fuck about the people they pretend to represent.

Israel would shit itself to have a resolution. Just as they were happy to return the oil and chemcial rich Sinai for a Peace Treaty for which Sadat was executed.

The existence of Israel is God's Will and a freakin' miracle. He gave the entire rest of the Middle East to the Arabs, they'll be fine.
234   richwicks   2022 Dec 27, 1:06pm  

AmericanKulak says

Based on land claims from before the Jordanian illegal annexation and expulsion of the Jews. Israel brought off some of those claims and gave them to the settlers.


There is no law. Grow up.

If UN resolution 181 is valid, so is 194.

I'm not going to argue this shit. It's all BS anyhow. There's no "good guys" in this stupid conflict, just a group of asshole mafias pretending to be governments and you cite "law". Israel doesn't give a shit about laws, neither does the United States, or Russia, or Europe, or any government for that matter.
235   Bd6r   2022 Dec 27, 7:46pm  

RWSGFY says

PS. Here it is in all drunken glory:

CGI!! CGI!!! CGI!!! CANT BE TRUE! BUT VICTORIA NULAND!!!
236   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 27, 10:43pm  

richwicks says


There is no law. Grow up.

If UN resolution 181 is valid, so is 194.

I'm not going to argue this shit. It's all BS anyhow. There's no "good guys" in this stupid conflict, just a group of asshole mafias pretending to be governments and you cite "law". Israel doesn't give a shit about laws, neither does the United States, or Russia, or Europe, or any government for that matter.

Don't complain about Israeli settlements then.
237   richwicks   2022 Dec 27, 11:03pm  

AmericanKulak says

Don't complain about Israeli settlements then.

When the US taxpayer doesn't pay for them, I'll stop.

If you want to pay for them, it's your money, do what you want
238   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 28, 12:53am  

richwicks says


AmericanKulak says


Don't complain about Israeli settlements then.

When the US taxpayer doesn't pay for them, I'll stop.

If you want to pay for them, it's your money, do what you want


We don't pay for them. We give a gift certificate for mostly aerospace equipment. F-35s don't really play a role in reoccupying squatter's land.

The $4B is nothing compared to the budget, but it still gets a disproportionate amount of attention. Certainly these days with Ukraine, which is what, 3-4 decades of Lockheed-Martin gift certificates in one year - and much of it, unlike Israel gifts, is flat out loans and guarantees to keep the government and economy afloat
239   richwicks   2022 Dec 28, 1:05am  

AmericanKulak says

We don't pay for them. We give a gift certificate for mostly aerospace equipment. F-35s don't really play a role in reoccupying squatter's land.


We pay for them.

Money is a fungible commodity. If I give you 500 a month to pay for your utilities, gas, and food, that's no different than me paying your 500 a month to pay for your mortgage.

AmericanKulak says

The $4B is nothing compared to the budget, but it still gets a disproportionate amount of attention


If the US simply abandoned the Middle East 20 years ago and let them work out their own shit among one another, the US would have at least 10 trillion dollars of less debt.

That's the true cost of interference. Not just our nation's moral bankruptcy, but our actual bankruptcy. The national debt doubles every 8 years. It will be over 60 trillion dollars in just 8 years. I suspect it's already over 40 trillion and the Federal reserve is just lying about it.
240   Onvacation   2022 Dec 28, 5:42am  

Ceffer says

Civil war in USA

Is ongoing. The government has been attacking our sovereignty for a long time.
242   HeadSet   2023 Jan 8, 3:11pm  

Patrick says

https://trungphan.substack.com/p/the-worst-tech-predictions-ever

Upton Sinclair quote (“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it”)

Damn, I thought Patrick coined that. Now I can't push the "1st Law of Patrickdynamics."
243   Patrick   2023 Jan 11, 7:46pm  

https://headlineusa.com/sellers-10-conspiracy-theories-validate-2023/


Top 10 Conspiracy Theories that Will Be Validated in 2023
In the spirit of New Year’s predictions, I will boldly assert that the same may be true of 2023’s future word of the year, “conspiracy theory.”

The role that the intel community and the Justice Department played in fomenting violence through psy-ops on Jan. 6, 2021, will be exposed.

The deadly impact of the COVID vaccines will become undeniable.

The scope of China’s control over the U.S. government will become clearer.

The true nature of David DePape’s relationship with Paul Pelosi will be revealed.

We will find out what Trump’s purloined Mar-a-Lago files really contained.

We will learn what the Democrats intend to do with Joe Biden and who will be tapped to replace him.

We will discover the truth about the U.S.–Ukrainian partnership to research and develop bioweapons.

The Left’s plans to normalize and mainstream pedophilia will come to fruition.

The World Economic Forum will lead the way in trying to turn humans into glorified Matrix-style batteries.

As the relationship between Big Tech and the spy agencies becomes clearer, we will learn that our personal devices are tracking our every move.
244   HeadSet   2023 Jan 12, 8:22pm  

Patrick says

We will find out what Trump’s purloined Mar-a-Lago files really contained.

Those docs were not "purloined."
245   RWSGFY   2023 Jan 13, 9:40am  

Are elections over now? Where's the $1 gas price spike? I say we mark that particular prediction as false.
246   RWSGFY   2023 Jan 23, 8:07am  

Cucker Tarlson predicts Sleepy Joe will be removed from tge office either like Kennedy or like Nixon: https://patrick.net/post/1378362/2023-01-23-paul-craig-roberts-how-troublesome?start=1#comment-1918926
247   Onvacation   2023 Jan 23, 8:19am  

RWSGFY says

Cucker Tarlson predicts Sleepy Joe will be removed from tge office either like Kennedy or like Nixon:

Looks like it will be like Nixon.
248   cisTits   2023 Jan 23, 10:35am  

More like LBJ.
250   RWSGFY   2023 Jan 24, 3:59pm  

Oldie, but goodie:

"If for some reason Russia was forced to conduct military operations, to repel the aggression of a country comparable in its potential to Ukraine, then I hope that everyone understands how many days this conflict would last: two, three, maximum four days" - - Speaker of the State Duma 🤡 Sergey Naryshkin, 06 APRIL 2016


https://www-tvc-ru.translate.goog/news/show/id/89907?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-US&_x_tr_pto=wapp
251   Onvacation   2023 Jan 24, 5:54pm  

RWSGFY says

"If for some reason Russia was forced to conduct military operations, to repel the aggression of a country comparable in its potential to Ukraine, then I hope that everyone understands how many days this conflict would last: two, three, maximum four days"

EXACTLY!

This is not a war between Russia and Ukraine. It is a proxy war. If we are going to fight against Russia, Congress should declare war.

I vote no, but I don't have a vote.
252   PeopleUnited   2023 Jan 24, 7:11pm  

Ukraine sovereignty is about as real as joe Biden as POTUS. Both Ukraine and Biden are puppets. And the woke globalists shills and sheep are eating up the puppet show and cheering for a real war in defense of ongoing puppeteering. Disgusting.
253   AmericanKulak   2023 Jan 24, 7:53pm  

RWSGFY says


Oldie, but goodie:

"If for some reason Russia was forced to conduct military operations, to repel the aggression of a country comparable in its potential to Ukraine, then I hope that everyone understands how many days this conflict would last: two, three, maximum four days" - - Speaker of the State Duma 🤡 Sergey Naryshkin, 06 APRIL 2016


https://www-tvc-ru.translate.goog/news/show/id/89907?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-US&_x_tr_pto=wapp


Yeah, the performance of the Russian Army is downright embarassing. Even IF Western Mercs are being employed. And especially given the almost ideal nature of the terrain, short of desert, for mechanized forces that clearly outnumber the opponents.
254   komputodo   2023 Jan 24, 8:19pm  

AmericanKulak says

Yeah, the performance of the Russian Army is downright embarassing. Even IF Western Mercs are being employed. And especially given the almost ideal nature of the terrain, short of desert, for mechanized forces that clearly outnumber the opponents.

Has anyone ever actually WON a war without the other side surrendering? And as long as the ukraines leader won't surrender, it will slowly be demolished bit by bit until it becomes an inhabitable wasteland. Which would be horrible for the common folk but not so much for the newly created multi billionaire leader of the ukraine. The usa couldn't beat the viet cong and they weren't supported by NATO and billions of dollars of support
255   tomtomtom   2023 Jan 25, 8:37pm  

They stopped draining the strategic oil reserve early January 2023: https://ycharts.com/indicators/us_ending_stocks_of_crude_oil_in_the_strategic_petroleum_reserve
The oil prices are high and the DOE is waiting for a lower price to replenish it. Meanwhile, the demand is growing.

tomtomtom says

Gas prices will jump about $1 after the upcoming elections (once they stop spending the strategic reserve).
256   NuttBoxer   2023 Jan 25, 11:23pm  

tomtomtom says

DOE is waiting for a lower price to replenish it.


I heard Rockefeller got it classified as a fossil fuel, and replenishment isn't really a thing. More likely same reason as the shipping interruptions, lack of items at the store, and for business's that has been going on for two years now. Centralization is cratering in front of our eyes.
259   richwicks   2023 Jan 27, 9:00pm  

Eric Holder says







Um, and? What exactly are you pointing out or think you are pointing out?

Edit: Oh I see. You're marking it as a prediction. Hope I'm wrong. I hope this war ends as soon as possible.
260   Patrick   2023 Jan 27, 9:06pm  

Onvacation says

This is not a war between Russia and Ukraine. It is a proxy war. If we are going to fight against Russia, Congress should declare war.

I vote no, but I don't have a vote.


@Onvacation Note that the German defense minister also recently said "We are fighting a war against Russia."

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/01/26/ww3-watch-german-foreign-minister-declares-we-are-fighting-a-war-against-russia/

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