If you have not read the latest blog post for this month, please do so. It is an urgent message that I hope is received before it is too late. With that said, I’ll share a few more dreams and predictions for this month.
1) In a dream I had a few weeks ago, I saw Kamala Harris, her husband and adopted children being executed by the guillotine. This, I presume, occurs at the end of the uprising as punishment for crimes against humanity.
2) Tensions are forming at the US border and will explode when border patrol opens fire on refugees seeking asylum in the US. This will be a major scandal for the Biden administration.
3) Expect more riots this weekend, not necessarily tied to any event in particular.
4) Boris Johnson seems to be leaning towards holding new parliamentary elections soon. I’m not sure when they will take place, if they occur at all.
5) An assassination attempt on the dictator of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse. It will start getting to a point where the US and the UN will no longer be able to support his government.
6) Lenín Moreno attempts to postpone the upcoming runoff presidential election. This will lead to major unrest in the streets and the toppling of his government. He will either be forced into exile or assassinated for this act.
7) There are attempts to take down the governments of Colombia and Guatemala which forces the US to expend precious military capital to save them. They only manage to salvage one for a short period of time before both eventually go under.
3/8 ETA: Let me just say that while I am relieved that the Pope was not assassinated on his trip to Iraq, I’m still unsettled by the visit. It still feels like it shouldn’t have happened and the consequences may not be apparent right away. As I try to hope that my unsettled feelings aren’t correct, I will move on to other predictions for the month.
8) There may be a delay in the Derek Chauvin trial by a week or two. We may not see a resolution until May.
9) Trouble over passing the stimulus bill in the House.
10) France is on the verge of turmoil as Macron makes a decision on the lockdowns that is extremely unpopular.
11) The European Union makes an ominous decision for how they are going to handle the remaining refugees from the Syrian war.
12) An assassination attempt on Myanmar’s dictator Min Aung Hlaing leads to the deaths of several innocent victims. I believe this will occur this weekend.
3/16 ETA: First off, I’d like to point out that once again Pope Francis, who narrowly avoided being assassinated earlier this month in his extremely ill advised visit to Iraq, is provoking more anger by attacking the gay community. This news, surprisingly, has gotten far more attention than his trip to Iraq, which saw relatively little coverage in the press. It would be ironic if, having avoided assassination in Iraq, he ends up getting assassinated elsewhere by anarchists or other left leaning groups. It is advised that he not take any trips this spring. He especially should not go to the United States, which he may be tempted to do when the uprisings begin again next month. Unlike the Iraqi people, Americans will not take kindly to his visit. The warning signs will take place at St Patrick’s cathedral in New York. If it gets vandalized again in the near future, he will be marked should he make such an ill fated visit. Something for the Vatican to keep in mind, as Francis’ stubbornness caused a huge spike in COVID cases in Iraq and blood is on his hands. With that out of the way, here are some more predictions.
13) London will see big riots next weekend, likely in response to the murder of Sarah Everard.
14) Italy will propose legislation to limit the number of tourists into their country this summer. I am inclined to believe it will pass, pissing off the IMF and other European lawmakers.
15) I have been convinced for a number of years that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, Mu’ammar Al-Qadhdhāfī’s son, will eventually become the leader of a post war Libya. The signs of this will take place later this year, as he reestablishes himself on the world scene.
16) The US will be caught off guard when Iran shifts its focus from military actions in the Middle East to fanning the flames of unrest in Minneapolis and other US cities. This will anger many in the Biden administration, who call off the Iran deal in response. It will also serve to shift popular opinion domestically, seeing a higher support for the country amongst the population and a significant decrease of support for Israel and Saudi Arabia.
17) A Putin associate is indicted on a money laundering scheme in US court, sometime in April.
18) Jared Kushner makes the decision to move to Israel. I expect the move to be announced sometime this summer. He will live to regret this, however.
19) An attempted break in at Mar-A-Lago leads to an arrest.
20) A new anti semitic figure rises in the Republican ranks. He is denounced by the party at first, but his opinion becomes the default norm in the near future.
21) An attack on infrastructure in Pennsylvania. White man, could be a Q supporter. Thinking it’s a cell phone tower attack or on a water based plant.
22) A medical breakthrough on cancer sometime this year. Uses the MNRA technology in the COVID vaccines. Not sure how safe it is.
3/20 ETA: With the recent rise in hate crimes against the Asian American community and with this scene from the recent Marvel series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” on my mind (they are known for performing Satanic rituals that turn into real life curses, see the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman last year), I feel that someone in particular needs a warning.
23) Andrew Yang is extremely vulnerable to being assassinated on the campaign trail in the next two months. As his lead in the mayoral primary becomes more solidified, he will become more of a target to those who wish to eliminate him. Don’t assume that it’s just some random person trying to off him. His political rivals, particularly a former cop in the race, have an interest in his forced ouster. Something to keep in mind, especially as May feels chaotic in New York City this year.