I had intended to post a more optimistic blog post last month entitled “The People Have the Power.” How so much can change in the span of a month. As sad as it is to say, that piece has to be put on hold for the moment. We’re entering a very dark timeline. If my and Fefelove’s visions are wrong, then praise be God. However, unless there’s a major course correction soon (a socialist US president or a change of heart amongst the elite), then this is where we are about to be going as a planet. It is not a pretty future, to say the least.
The hopi tribe of Arizona forewarned of two paths that society could go down. The lower path and the jagged path. As hard as so many tried to go down the better path in recent years, we’ve entered the jagged path instead. Time has been given to change our collective ways, but this has not occurred. As a result, our world is about to face its darkest hour yet, as punishment for our apathy and complacency to the cruelty of our society. This is the worst case scenario for humanity as a whole, so be warned that what you are about to read will not comforting in the slightest.
Many are concerned with the fatality count that will come from the Coronavirus. As high as it might get, possibly in the tens of millions, that isn’t the main problem we face. Rather, the pandemic is just the very start of our troubles that are to immediately follow. It will seem like a time to celebrate when a cure approaches sometime between August and September. When the virus is finally eradicated and put under control by the end of the year, there will be cause for celebration and jubilation throughout the world. Things can go back to normal, in the minds of the public. However, the parties will be grossly premature.
For starters, the anger by the world comes as a result of the lives lost to Covid19. Quickly, the demands pile up for an investigation to take place into the origins of the virus. China, facing the lions share of the blame, won’t cooperate when the UN and the WHO come knocking on their door. This fuels further speculation of a sinister motive behind the virus, especially with the mysterious disappearance of the original Wuhan doctors. Angry at China’s refusal to cooperate with UN and WHO investigators, the international community, led by the US, begins with a series of tit for tat sanctions, unraveling the already fragile world economy even further. It leads to a worldwide depression, greater than the one faced a century ago. Wanting to hold onto power by any means necessary, Trump sees this as an opportunity to suspend the November election this fall, successfully averting the Tecumseh curse, as he declares war on China (Note: This war and declaration of martial law occurs regardless of whether Trump, another Republican or the female Democrat I have foreseen in my visions is in charge).
Military operations begin quickly, as invasions into disputed territory commence. Taiwan, Hong Kong, North Korea and the South China Sea see a massive build up of international troops. Led by the US, they storm the shores with tanks, planes and ships, as China pushes them back aggressively. However, despite China’s show of force in defense, their troops are quickly overwhelmed by the sheer size of the international forces at their doorstep. China’s soldiers are forced into a hasty retreat, working on a more defense based strategy.
The goal of the communist leaders in power is defend as much of their border are they can protect, while pushing back the invaders from their door. The goal of the west is to push troops into the main land of China with the intention of topping the government. Battles take place throughout the Asian continent, as international forces push in from many sides and China tries to push them back out. Once the troops manage break through the final defense barrier, the international troops rush in and the communist government of China is soon toppled. This will happen only a few years after my original vector of prediction for this to occur.
Other powers use the crisis in China to declare military actions of their own. Turkey and Syria declare war with each other over their long standing feud. Kurds are sent to the slaughters, bombed by both sides of the conflict. Iran and Israel declare war, both using nuclear weapons, incinerating millions of their own citizenry in the process. Ironically, the only part that remains habitable for human life is the area put under siege by the apartheid regime of Israel; the Gaza strip. India and Pakistan declare war, with India annexing land from Pakistan, including Kashmir. This leads to yet another century of bitter divisions and hatred across new borders.
Countries that don’t declare war with their neighbors will find their own citizens declaring war against them. Russia, which would normally seek to use this instability to annex more Eastern European territory, finds that instability in their own nation leads to an overthrow of Putin’s regime instead. Many EU countries see their citizens revolt, most notably in France and Spain. However, those efforts are put down by aggressive force, though the simmering embers are not doused out.
The US, the big instigator of all of the conflicts raging worldwide, does not fare as well as Europe when it faces its own citizens uprising. A poor, malnourished and discontented citizenry refuse to serve in Donald Trump’s draft. Instead, they take arms and turn them on lawmakers in DC instead. Martial law is declared across the land, trying to hold off a civilian uprising from reaching the capitol. The military fails to stop the internal conflict, despite citizen roundups to concentration camps. After a long and bloody conflict, the government of Trump and his enablers is toppled, with both Democrats and Republicans forced out of office. Many lawmakers manage escape and flee for their lives overseas. Those that are not so fortunate face the guillotine at home.
For the first time in two centuries, the US faces an invasion by foreign troops. Thinking it will get international troops to leave, China sends troops to storm the cities of San Fransisco and Los Angeles. They occupy the cities for several months, before they are forced out as a result of US citizens demanding it, not from the demands of its government.
A big part of the death count comes from mass genocide. There are concentration camps activated all throughout North America and Europe, with millions sent away for thought crimes or being the wrong race or religion. The most horrific and tragic of these mass killings occurs in Europe, with the deaths of nearly all of the Syrian refugees who fled there during the war. Mass graves can be seen from the heavens, as rotting flesh is left to decompose and rot.
As this fighting occurs in various parts of the world, nuclear weapons are dropped in major cities. In addition to the fire burning in the Middle East, New York will face incineration by a nuclear weapon, though the fatality count will be significantly less due to evacuations made beforehand. Other European and Asian cities are at risk of facing hellfire as well.
The aftermath of world war 3 will be scary and desolate. It will not be the same world we are used to now. Billions will have been wiped out in the period of a year, two years tops. Many of the readers of this site may not even live to see what happens next. Those that survive will surely know close loved ones who perished in the war, from combat, disease, bombs, murder or starvation. Everyone on Earth will lose someone to this war, one of the hardest things to bear as a result of any conflict.
Food scarcity and water shortages will be a common occurrence immediately following the end of the war, seeing more deaths come as a result. The environmental impact will last for centuries. A baby boom follows, possibly greater than the one after world war 2. Society will rebuild into something better over time, but history will damn the people of our time for having it come about with such blood shed and horror to get there. Over all, this war will be remembered as the cleansing of the Earth, poisoned by humanity’s cruelty to Mother Earth and the living things that inhabit it.
We have come too far to turn back now. I begged the heavens for years to intervene more peacefully, but such aid never came. God may have said he would never flood the world again after Noah built his ark (allegedly), but that doesn’t mean he can’t burn it all down instead.