2012: Trend Projections For The Year
2012: Trend Projections For The Year
The operative word to characterize the year 2012 will be the word, “chaos.” The reality is that the year 2012 will be able to be characterized afterwards as a year of chaos, much like the year 2011.
Indeed, “chaos” was the operative word for 2011 and as 2011 began, we had projected 2011 would be able to be characterized as a year of chaos. We were not wrong. In fact, before we begin our 2012 trending projections let’s look at our 2011 trend projections that we made as 2011 began. Let’s just see how accurate our projections turned out.
Results for our 2011 Trend Projections:
In looking at the critical issue of Iran’s nuclear program and the possibility for military action in 2011, we noted the following about possible military action by either the US or Israel as follows:
“In fact, shifting changes could force a roll back in plans until 2012 or thereafter.”
The A-O Report never predicted or projected any military action against Iran in 2011. Will we step on onto such a limb for 2012 and make such a projection? Read on and see what we come up with later in this article.
On other issues we projected in 2011:
# 1. Lebanon and Hezbollah:
We made a projection concerning the assassination of Lebanon’s former Prime Minister Hariri and UN efforts to prosecute those responsible.
“watch for reactions to an announcement by the UN of indictments against Hezbollah leaders. If this happens, there is a very good chance that Hezbollah will take military action to overthrow the Lebanese government and nullify the UN action.”
We were right on target with this projection. The UN Tribunal did hand down indictments in February and consequently, Hezbollah took control of the Lebanese government without even firing a shot. Since then Hezbollah has managed to nullify UN prosecution of the case.
#2. Hamas, Gaza & Israel
Our projection as 2011 began:
“Look for Israel to wage war against Hamas, IF, Hamas allows a resumption of rocket barrages into southern Israel. The Netanyahu government is looking for an excuse to take on Hamas and dismantle it.”
The operative word in that projection was “IF.” There were serious incidents of rocket barrages into southern Israel from the Gaza Strip. For the most part these were actions taken by splinter groups which Hamas had a hard time controlling. For this reason, the Netanyahu government chose to live with the incidents hoping the situation would soon go away with Hamas gaining control over the situation.
#3. Relations Between Turkey & Israel:
As 2011 began we made the following Trend Projection concerning relations between Turkey and Israel:
“Look for a further rift in relations between Turkey and Israel, despite efforts by the two nations to patch up their differences. The radical Muslim faction in Turkey has silenced opposition from the Turkish military chieftains, giving the radical Muslim politicians in Turkey a free hand to engage in provocative diplomacy to interact with Iran against Israel. Expect relations between Turkey and Israel to continue to deteriorate.”
We were certainly right on target with this projection. Turkey threatened to go to war with Israel in the early fall of 2011, even to the point of dispatching warships to the Mediterranean Sea area where Israel was conducting drilling operations. Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan warned Israel, Cyrpus and Greece to not exploit the areas energy riches as Turkey was laying claim to those resources. Earlier in the summer, Turkey again threatened war with Israel over the Gaza naval blockade. In both instances, America and NATO were able to dissuade the Turks from further confrontation. One thing we can say is that a rift in relations between the two nations emerged in 2011. Once again, our trending projections were right on target.
#4. Jordan and relations with Iran & Syria
"Look for Jordan to make tentative moves that would pacify Iran and Syria as those two nations continue to joust with Israel"
In 2011, Jordan’s King Abdullah made a stunning reversal in policy and made an historic first trip to Tehran asking that Jordan not be caught in any crossfire involving Syria’s Revolution or any problems involving sectarian violence in Iraq. Jordan’s King wished to be viewed as a neutral third party. The very fact, that the King made the trip at all, was considered a diplomatic feather in Iran’s cap as a demonstration to the Arab world that Iran was a power to be reckoned with.
#5. Iraq and Iran
Our Trend Projection:
"Look for Iran to consolidate its hold on Iraq in 2011, now that a new government has formed with Iran’s assistance. Prime Minister al-Maliki is now beholden to the Sheikh Moqtada Sadr’s militia forces who just recently threw their political support behind the Prime Minister in exchange for certain promises geared to ensure the militia remains the dominant force in Iraq. Look for Sunni Muslims to be forced into major territory concessions or face civil war."
This projection is only now reaching into its own fulfillment level. Within days of the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Iraq, a dozen terror bombings took place in Iraq, signaling the start of sectarian strife between the Sunni and Shia Muslims in Iraq. Prime Minister al-Maliki also issued an arrest warrant for his Vice President, a Kurdish Sunni Muslim. As American troops left the country, the “Mahdi Milita” forces of Sheikh Moqtada Sadr flexed their muscles in support of the Shia-led government. Many expert pundits now believe that a religious civil war has begun inside Iraq with Iranian strings moving the Iraqi Shiites, such as Sheikh Sadr and his Mahdi Militia. Once again our projections are right on target.
Our Trend Projections stated:
"In Afghanistan, look for further gains bthe Taliban as U.S. surge forces begin to be withdrawn if the White House promise to begin troop withdrawals holds."
Here again, our projections have held correct. The Taliban has made gains in Afghanistan as American troops began to be withdrawn following the departure of General Petraeus.
#7. Egypt and Regime Change in 2011
Our Trend Projections stated the following:
"Finally, look for chaos to emerge in Egypt. Egyptian President Mubarak is suffering from terminal cancer and is slotted to give up power in 2011. It remains unclear who is successor will be but whoever succeeds him will find a challenge from radical Muslims residing in Egypt. By the end of the year, it’s entirely possible that radical Muslims could take control of Egypt."
Our projection comments did not envision the events unfolding the way that they did. We only projected that radical Muslims would take control of Egypt by the end of 2011 and indeed with two preliminary elections now finished, radical Muslims, led by the Muslim Brotherhood are firmly in the lead to take total control of Egypt. The recent round of street protests and riots are part of a radical effort to force the military to give up power far sooner than they’d initially agreed upon. Once again, our projection has proven to be on target, if indeed in a round-about manner.
#8. The European Union in Crisis
Our Trend Projections for the EU were:
"2011 will be the year of intense trial and tribulation for Europe along economic lines that will carry over into political chaos and turmoil.
"Look for continued civil turmoil throughout Europe if economic conditions deteriorate.
"Look for nations in economic turmoil to experience not only riots but regime changes in emergency elections.
"There are late indications as the New Year begins that China has signaled that it is prepared to support and purchase EU bonds to stabilize the Euro currency and preserve consumer demand for Chinese products to avoid a collapse of the Chinese economy.
Every aspect of these projections for 2011 turned out to be correct including Chinese involvement. Were it not for China’s assistance, the EU would have collapsed in 2011 but China’s assistance has kept the EU breathing a bit longer and into 2012.
We had some conditional trend projections based upon a “what if” situation. In other words, “if such and such should happen, then ‘look for such and such to happen.”
We had several of those instances, but these were not explicit trend projections per se. We did mention a trend of closer cooperation between Russia and Israel but that trend has apparently ended at a dead end. There was a diplomatic trend suggesting China was moving away from supporting Iran, but that trend seems to have also ended in 2011. We made no specific trend projections on either of those subjects.
We essentially had 9 projections hit target, including our trend suggesting that military action against Iran might be delayed beyond 2011. We mentioned this at the very start of our article, before we began counting the listing of the other 8 projections.
We do not attribute this success to divine revelation or any occult activity. We simply used our ability to note trending issues and then look out and see where those trends are headed and then make a projection accordingly. Some of those trends pan out. Others do not. Just because we note a trend doesn’t mean we make a future projection of that trend.
Our point in making note of this success is not to brag, but rather, to let you know that such efforts can be worthwhile in anticipating what may or may not unfold in a coming year. With that in mind, let’s now look forward to what trend projections we are noting as we go into 2012 and what those trends may lead to or not lead to in 2012.
Trends Going into 2012
SPECIAL TRENDING #1:
Muslim World Splitting Along Sectarian Lines in Violence.
Both sides, particularly the Shia under Iranian pressure are seeking to control Islam. The epicenter of this battle is shaping up to be within Iraq. Furthermore, Iran seeks to control Iraq as a puppet state, meddling behind the scenes in the clerical movement within Iraq and setting up a Persian-oriented clerical system. Sunni’s and Kurds are reacting violently employing the old “Al Qaeda” tactics for now.
Trend Projection: We can expect more terrorism to emerge inside Iraq in 2012. Look for it.
Trend Projection: As long as the current Iraqi government stays in power … look for the al-Maliki government in Iraq to continue to be subservient to Iranian prodding. At some point, we can expect the Sunnis to develop their own militia-military to counter the government’s army and The Mahdi Militia of Shiite Cleric al Sadr. At this point, look for a religious and tribal civil war to unfold in Iraq.
So much for those Bible Prophecy ‘experts’ claiming that Iraq is the “Mystery Babylon” of Revelation. Iraq will never be the “Babylon” of Revelation 17 and 18. America is Babylon, the Great, not Iraq. In “America, The Babylon” volume 2, I point out in one full chapter 60 reasons why Iraq cannot be the Babylon of future Bible Prophecies. Those who claim that Iraq must be Babylon, simply have failed to interpret the scriptures properly. They make invalid assumptions about the scriptural texts. They fail to realize that Revelation chapter 17 makes it clear that Babylon the Great is a “mystery” which means we are not to take a literal interpretation that Babylon is the Babylon of old.
As modern events unfold and Iraq is cast into the dustbin of history, writhing in sectarian violence, and tribal warfare, while Biblical Prophecies are fulfilled, any Bible Prophecy experts who held the notion that Iraq would be reborn and rebuilt as a super-power will find themselves quickly disillusioned, if we’re still all around.
Islamic Civil War Elsewhere:
Expect further sectarian violence to unfold in other key nations such as Bahrain, and other Persian Gulf states as well as in Lebanon, Syria, and wherever Shia exist in minority positions. We will begin to see this play out in 2012.
SPECIAL TRENDING #2: The Arab Spring Revolts
It now appears that the revolts in northern Africa are re-fomenting. Egypt’s civilians are waging more protests in the streets, unhappy with reforms. The same is happening in Tunisia and unhappiness extends even into Libya, Algeria and the Sudan. The struggle still unfolds in Syria, but look for that to continue, even after Syria’s President Assad is gone, which most experts think will happen with 6 to 12 months, IF not much sooner.
The Arab revolts will continue to percolate across all nations. Look for revolutions to spread to Lebanon, Jordan, Pakistan, and the Persian Gulf states, plus possibly Turkey.
Depending on circumstances, we may even see a new attempt at Revolution in Iran as new and debilitating sanctions take hold crippling Iran’s economy.
Middle East Nations:
Turkey has been trending away from supporting Iran and towards confrontation with Iran. Expect that trend to continue unless or until Israel angers Turkey such as over the natural gas fields located out in the Mediterranean Sea. We consider this to be a distinct possibility as Turkey seems to be part of the Ezekiel prophecy of confederated nations joining Magog in an invasion of Israel. Some believe that Turkey is Magog, while some
Rabbinical scholars believe Iran is Magog and Turkey is merely part of the Magog confederation. Still others believe that Russia is Magog, but even those who do, most still believe Turkey to be part of the confederation.
Despite Turkey’s present aversion to Iran and Syria’s current regime, we may see that trend conflict with a dual trend of animosity against Israel due to economics and the energy riches now claimed by Israel in the Mediterranean Sea. Turkey’s economy is in shambles and is facing a potential credit meltdown in 2012, like much of the EU. Furthermore, Turkey’s Prime Minister is in failing health, reportedly suffering from cancer and has been hospitalized for unspecified reasons. Turkish pundits are noting that PM Erdogan has been absent for key events of late, furthering speculation that he is suffering from a debilitating disease such as cancer.
If such speculation is true, Turkey’s future actions may become unpredictable, depending on who takes control of the nation’s government.
Projections: Look for Turkey to become unpredictable in 2012. Look for chaos in foreign policy and possibly a reversal of alliances. Look for Turkey to become anti-Israel if indeed Turkey is part of the Magog confederation as we interpret Ezekiel’s prophecies:
We should not be surprised to see Turkey turn hostile against Israel in 2012. Indeed Turkey already has to a limited extent, but in 2012, don’t be surprised if Turkey takes military action at some point against Israel or turns around and provides assistance to the Magog confederation in some way shape or form.
The Iranian regime’s relentless march towards nuclear weapons has reached a point for a showdown with the West and Israel. Either a military showdown takes place in 2012 or Iran becomes a nuclear power and an existential threat to Israel and the world in outlying years or say, 2014 and 2015, when Iran will have a small, but formidable arsenal and the ability to “nuke” nearly any nation on earth with ICBM missiles and or its connections with radical, terrorist networks.
As the year 2011 ended, Iran was acting defiantly over the Strait of Hormuz and new U.S. sanctions and possible EU oil sanctions. The combination of these debilitating sanctions could force the hand of the Iranian clerics towards a pre-emptive military clash perhaps as early as January or February of 2012 when the first of these sanctions take effect. Other key sanctions won’t take effect until summer.
At some point, the Iranian clerics risk an Arab Spring revolt from within the Iranian population as these new sanctions will cripple Iran’s economy. The regime’s only real option is to go to war, probably by seizing the Strait of Hormuz and triggering a U.S. military response that stirs the Iranian citizenry to Iranian patriotism and rallies around the clerical regime.
As the New Year of 2012 rang in, the Iranians announced they were willing to resume negotiations with the “Big 6 Powers” concerning the Iranian nuclear program. No one believes the Iranians are seriously willing to negotiate. Instead the announcement is seen as another ploy to “buy time” until their nuclear program has built and tested a nuclear device and become a defacto nuclear power. Also negotiations would buy time for Iran
to finish relocating all of their nuclear program to embedded bunkers, safe from conventional bombing. By continuing to delay a military response, Iranian leaders hope they can prevail by obtaining nuclear weapons and outlasting the Western opposition.
By accounts from numerous officials, experts and government leaders, 2012 is the critical year. Iran’s nuclear program must either be halted now, in the first 3 to 6 months or else learn to deal with a nuclear Iran. It should be noted that Iran’s nuclear program was sidelined by sabotage involving a computer virus known as Stuxnet. The Iranian efforts were further set back by the murder of key scientists as well as “accidents” all of which slowed down the Iranian efforts. Otherwise, by now, Iran would most likely have become a nuclear power, perhaps as early as 2010 or 2011.
Since mid-December new intelligence presented to the White House by Israeli intelligence and IDF Defense Minister Ehud Barak, the Obama Administration has been forced to reconsider its military option and put it forward as a real and imminent option.
This was signaled by Defense Secretary Panetta and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs in public comments made just before Christmas. This coincides with a series of follow up meetings between Israeli and American military personnel as well as diplomats. The U.S. is also now further engaged in consultations with its NATO allies concerning the Iranian nuclear issue.
On the flip side: Russia is signaling its displeasure with the treatment of Iran’s nuclear program, but more importantly its displeasure over policies related towards Syria and the internal revolt in Syria. Russia may continue to stand in the way of any sort of military action against Iran. China, also, has expressed continued displeasure for any military options against Iran.
No matter how we slice it, the stage is being set for some sort of military conflict with Iran. It may just be that Israel goes it alone, or trusts Obama just enough to give the White House as much as 90 days to do the job. Otherwise, our Israeli sources are indicating the Netanyahu government will no longer take further chances. Israel’s government is insistent that Israel cannot live with a nuclear Iran.
Of course, Syria’s President Assad may take matters into his own hands, IF he feels his regime is about to go down. He may then follow through on his promises and attack Israel first. IF Assad strikes Israel prematurely, then the Israelis will respond. Israel will take on Syria, Hezbollah and Iran; all at once. Israel will have no other choice than to take the initiative and attack Iran’s nuclear facilities while it has the option and excuse to do so.
From what we can discern from contacts, media reports and official statements, it appears the first 90 days will be the most likely period for military action involving Iran’s nuclear facilities. There are reports that Obama wants to wait until the fall and then attack, but circumstances strongly suggest that such an option will not be available by the fall of 2012. By then, many believe Iran will have anywhere from one to five nuclear warheads.
Saudi Arabia Trending:
2011 saw the Saudis beginning to build up their own armed forces. At the end of 2011, the US and the Saudis signed a deal for the sale of 84 additional F-15 jet fighters along the upgrade of older F-15s already in Saudi possession. The deal is worth $30 Billion.
The Saudis are trending for a doubling of its armed forces in the next few years. The trend will give the Saudis one of the largest standing armies in the world, larger than Iran’s standing army. Based upon this trend, look for the Saudis to purchase additional naval warships in the near future, probably in 2012.
Egypt is in the midst of a revolutionary upheaval with radical, fundamentalist Muslims on the verge of taking control. In 2012, they will complete that task and take control of the government. Based upon public statements by various Muslim Brotherhood leaders who are engineering the take-over in Egypt, we can expect a formal end to the peace treaty established in 1979 by Egyptian President Sadat and Israel at the Camp David accords engineered by Jimmy Carter. Whether or not Egypt ever actually takes up arms against Israel again, remains to be seen, but Israel can and should expect Egypt to no longer be a partner for peace as it once was under Presidents, Sadat and Mubarak.
By all accounts of the “experts,” Syria’s President Assad is finished. He is “toast.” His days in power are numbered. The Syrian revolt is not going away, no matter how many civilians are killed. As 2011 drew to a close, the political opposition forces were beginning to unite, despite various differences, into a single, united front. What’s more
Assad’s military is falling apart with a serious number of defections from enlisted soldiers and some key officers. Even more so, the Syrian Army is now unable to recruit or draft new replacements. Potential draftees are no longer cooperating and instead hiding out to avoid being drafted.
Arab nations such as Qatar, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Turkey are aiding the rebels in their efforts to overthrow Assad. It may take 6 months or even a year, but the likelihood of Assad’s departure in 2012 is almost 100% according to many pundits.
We tend to concur with such conclusions and therefore we look for President Assad to be gone from power by the end of 2012 as a New World Order dawns in December of 2012.
Indeed, Assad may well be gone before the end of January. Assad has indicated that before he is removed from office he would attack Israel, holding Israel responsible for his demise. While we tend to doubt that such a thing will transpire, we’d never underestimate Assad’s wishes and desires to do so. We won’t trend this as a definite projection, but simply as a very distinct possibility.
If Assad attacks Israel with WMD missiles, you can take it to the bank that Israel will respond by destroying Damascus totally. Israel may well use nuclear weapons to do so, but one thing seems certain. IF Assad uses WMDs against Israel, Israel will fulfill the prophecy of Isaiah chapter 17:1 stating that Damascus will become a ruinous heap.
If this happens, Syria as a nation is finished. It will likely be broken up and absorbed into neighboring nations such as Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon. Expect Israel to retain the Golan Heights region and probably portions of Lebanon that were once historically Israel’s promised land, including Mt Herman.
IF, however, in 2012, Assad leaves office and does not attack Israel and Israel does not destroy Syria as part of a war with Iran, then look for the Muslim Brotherhood to take control of much of Syria, although Syria itself runs the risk of breaking up into separate little nation-states. If this happens, there will then be a future day of reckoning between the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood and Israel in which Israel destroys Damascus.
The European Union
In 2011, the European Union began a nosedive descent towards disintegration. As the year 2011 ended, the EU was gasping for its last breaths. France is slowly collapsing. So too are Britain, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece. Germany is hanging on, trying to bail out the system but it will be to no avail.
We’re hearing from some insider sources that already alternative ‘unions’ are being considered. We’ve heard of a “Northern Europe Union and a Southern Europe Union.”
There are other proposed groupings under consideration but nothing is being publicized for now. The Euro currency is in its death throes.
It seems difficult to think the Euro can last more than a month or two and more likely a matter of days or weeks. However, the Illuminati plan for a New World Order requires an implosion timed to coincide with a third world war or massive and bloody regional war in the Middle East. Such a war is needed to ‘cover’ the excuse of a collapse and reorganization into a global monetary system and a one-world global government.
With this in mind, we may well see an outbreak of war in the Middle East timed to coincide with the collapse of the European Union and the Euro currency. Whether or not the EU collapses and triggers a war thereafter or a war triggers the collapse of the EU remains to be seen. We’re not even sure that a regional war will break out.
The trends strongly suggest some sort of Mideast war, but its not an absolute that transpires in 2012. Instead, we can only project that a major, regional war is destined to break out at some point but not necessarily in 2012. It does seem hard to believe that the EU can continue much longer and therefore we project the demise and disintegration of the European Union as we know it at some point in 2012.
What we expect will happen is that some sort of union will form out of the lands that were once part of the old Roman Empire. This would mean only southern Europe and perhaps Britain would be part of a revived Roman Empire. We would also suspect it would be composed of 10 nations that were once part of the old Roman Empire. This would fulfill Daniel’s prophecy of the beast with 10 toes made of a mixture of iron and clay.
We consider it a very real possibility and a strong likelihood, based upon trends that a 10 member nation organization will be born in 2012 to fulfill Daniel’s vision and also Revelation 17: 12-14 in which 10 “ambassadors” vote power to the “beast” (aka Antichrist). Indeed, 2012 may be the year culminating in the arrival of The Antichrist coming to power at the end of a terrible war, to take control of a new, global government.
The New World Order:
One World Government Takes Over in 2012
If you’re a long-time reader of The Alpha-Omega Report and or are a tenured student of Bible Prophecy, then you probably have heard of the Illuminati plans for a one-world government and the dawn of a New Age, New World Order to begin in or by December of 2012.
Indeed, you may have heard of all the hype about the Mayan Calendar and the “end of the world” on December 21, 2012. The Mayans were not alone with such a calendar. The Babylonian calendar also refers to this same astrological timing. It is really nothing new.
In 1985, while talking with an Illuminist, I was told of their plans to form a one-world government by the end of 2012. I was told that a New Age and New World Order with a one-world government and global dictator (King/President) were expected to transform the world at the end of 2012. This source told me that just prior to this change, a horrific world war would erupt starting in the Middle East. It would pit the major religions of the world against each other and lead to a new type of one-world, universal religion of peace.
My Illuminist source was heavily involved in politics at the highest levels of the U.S. government including The White House and the US Federal Reserve. My Illuminist source’s various predictions of what would happen in the future years have all been born out, including his naming of future presidential candidates of each political party and the winners from the elections of 1988 to the year 2000. After that my source understood it was likely that one of then Vice President Bush’s sons would become president in 2000 and 2004. After that, my source ventured no other names for the White House. This Illuminist source went on to add that there would be one-world government and the disintegration of the concept of paper/coin money. My source stated that in its place there would be an electronic currency utilizing tiny micro-chip computer implants in the hand or forehead to be used as a form of ID and keep track of a person’s wealth electronically.
My Illuminist source stated that all of these things would be in place by the end of 2012. Whether or not this source’s information is fulfilled by the end of 2012, remains to be seen. So far, the source’s predictions have been 100% accurate.
The United States
The trends for the United States include diabolical new laws passed by Congress in the final weeks of 2011. These include nearly totalitarian powers given to the President and various departments within the Executive Branch of the Federal government. These include the powers of censorship and the ability to detain and imprison individual American citizens indefinitely without following Constitutional guidelines. All of these are under the guise of fighting the war on terror.
Indeed, American Christians could be deemed to be terrorists by the Department of Homeland Security, (DHS). They primarily point to Christian conservatives, fundamentalists and evangelicals as one day possibly being “terrorists.”
New regulations within the DHS indicate that any one having more than 7 days worth of food stored in their homes may be deemed to be a terrorist. Gun owners may be deemed to be terrorists by the DHS.
New legislation is being considered that would enable the Federal government to take control of and censor the internet. Indeed, censorship of political ads is also being written into the new SOPA legislation that was originally intended to stop online piracy and violations of copyright laws, particularly music and video-movies.
New laws and bureaucratic regulations came into existence in 2011 that will regulate food and farms beginning in 2012. Family farms will face severe restrictions on what can be raised on any given farm. Permission must be obtained. Single family homes will NOT be allowed to grow gardens, without prior governmental permission.
At some point, regulations will be enforced as to how much food you will be allowed to buy and possess in your home at any one time. Such regulations are intended to coincide with massive, global food shortages. Hoarding of food will not be permitted, according to what we’ve been able to understand from those who are monitoring such issues.
All of these developments are trending towards a leap into totalitarianism in 2012. Whether all of this survives court challenges, remains to be seen. Yet, clearly the trend towards totalitarianism exists today within the United States.
Meanwhile, the U.S. economy continues to languish. Unemployment remains exceptionally high. America’s debt crisis has reached apocalyptic proportions much like that in Europe.
Then we have a new phenomenon developing as a trend. The rise of street protesters, aka as “Occupy Wall Street” and “Occupy _____ “ fill in the blank for city name, etc. We expect many more street protests to emerge in 2012. It appears the idea of the NWO crowd is to create turmoil and chaos within American society in order to have the excuse to declare Martial Law and suspend the Constitution and perhaps even suspend the Presidential and general election of 2012. We put nothing past these totalitarianists.
What can we conclude about America’s future in 2012? In a word, “Chaos.”
If nothing else, America will be in a state of continuing “chaos” in 2012 and with it a lot of turmoil in ways never before seen in American history. That is our trend prediction for America in 2012.