Skip to comments.The ‘World In 2019’ Economist Magazine Cover Hints At The Arrival Of The ‘End Game’
Posted on 11/06/2018 8:20:22 AM PST by bitt
Close to the end of the year each year going back decades, The Economist magazine puts out an issue in which they take a look at the coming year and 2018 is no exception. As we had reported on ANP back on July 11th of 2017, back in 1988, The Economist put out a story in which the cover photo featured the mythical phoenix rising out of the ashes of burning dollar bills and other paper/fiat money, wearing a gold medallion with the year 2018 on it with their title, Get Ready For A World Currency.
Reporting in their story that 30 years from then, Americans, Europeans, the Japanese and people from other rich countries would probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency, what they called The Phoenix, their story argued that in The New World Economy (yes, they use that exact phrase but NO, there is no such thing as a new world order!) the phoenix zone would impose tight constraints on national governments. There would be no such thing, for instance, as a national monetary policy.
Closing their 1988 story with pencil in the phoenix for around 2018, and welcome it when it comes, its clear by looking at the events of the last two years that the globalists plans for the phoenix were severely derailed with the arrival of President Trump in office in January of 2017 though theyve been fighting him and his #MAGA agenda tooth and nail every step of the way since then.
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what might be/have been ping
Which comes first, a world currency or a cashless society?
Sounds like the Globalists had a 30-year plan that was going really smoothly. The Plan was really peaking with 8-years of Obama, and all it needed to finalize everything was for Hillary to win in 2016. Voila! Global currency would be basically assured.
But Trump became president in 2017 and pretty much said, “Let’s go with nationalism instead of globalism.” No wonder the globalists’ heads exploded. They were so darn close.
FIRST of all, who ever thought that communist countries would go along with it? Or dictatorships? Not much difference these days between the two.
Second, The Economist is a rag.
Third, they never saw Trump coming :)
Its a shame what happened to the Economist. They used to have their own view and their own voice. I didn’t always agree with them but they did put forth their view intelligently and they were willing to reconsider their positions if what they initially supported did not work. I used to read it religiously cover to cover every week for about 10 years starting in the early 1990s.
Then sometime around 2003 or 2004 it changed. You could clearly see a change in what the Economist supports. No longer did it have its own voice. Now its just another Yurp rag supporting all the same globalist, Gaia Worshiping Multi-Culti BS as all the rest of the European and American Leftists. It became unreadable so I quit.
They’ve been wishing for that for as long as I’ve been alive (74).
Looks like the leftist rag was wrong. Possibly because they are a bunch of stupid globalist marxists.
I’ll be happy when I read that they are in bankruptcy court.
>> “Which comes first, a world currency or a cashless society?” <<
Yeshua’s return for his Sheep! (fall, 2024, end of Gabriel’s 70th Sabbath)
It will come. Countries can’t continue to run up multi trillion dollar debts. Eventually all currency will become bits on a computer screen with the value determined by a world currency exchange. It’s the only way to stave off massive worldwide bankruptcy, i.e. Zimbabwe. That’s been the plan for decades, hence wild government overspending to get us to the point of no return. Look what Obama did in just 8 years. This country alone is in debt to the tune if $100T if you figure in SS/Medicare. There is no way out of that unless money becomes extinct and is replaced by a universally accepted international fiat currency.
It will not come!
That is the chief reason for the establishment rage against Trump.
The “666” is the appearance of the Arab script “Allahu Akbar”
It will be chanted from Turkey.
All this angst over a magazine cover?
Get an effing grip.
... and what does that imply?
Rising from the ashes of a (man-caused) economic disaster.
“Second, The Economist is a rag.”
A snooty, socialist rag at that.
It’s not about Trump. It’s about unsustainable debt that can only be corrected by changing to universal currency that can be easily manipulated.
All of this is right on schedule. It has been 80 years since the beginning of the last major crisis, and they have come every 80 years for the last few centuries at least. And Israel's history shows the pattern long before that. Read "The Fourth Turning."
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