Bracing for the Indo-Pak War that Goes Global

We will, of course, jump into this morning’s GDP report, but first, we need to have a little “come to Jesus” about nuclear war because there are relatively high odds of one this summer.

Tensions between India and Pakistan (Indo-Pak) have perhaps never been higher.  Because both sides have nuclear weapons, as our military affairs contributor “warhammer” reminds us, the odds of the WMD’s coming out are rising quickly:

When the locals start fretting over military escalation between India and Pakistan, the rest of the regions should take heed.

Neither nation joined the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, joining Israel, North Korea, and South Sudan in rejecting that accord.

India and Pakistan lack a rock solid non-aggression treaty with each other, although in 1991 each signed The India-Pakistan Non-Attack Agreement, which generally follows Articles 56 and 15 of the first and second protocols to the Geneva Convention. These articles state, “Works or installations containing dangerous forces, namely dams, dykes and nuclear electrical generating stations, shall not be made the object of attack, even where these objects are military objectives.”  Still, the use of nukes or attacking the other nation’s populations or military forces is not prohibited, nor is the use of nukes.

So the heat is rising in what is an already hot kitchen.  What worries me is that there have been some impressive technological developments made in nuke weapons construction and delivery methods which keep a nuclear military blast low yield with high and tight impact.  These developments could potentially lead a nation’s military and civilian leadership to think nuclear war is achievable and winnable with only localized effects.  The fatal flaw with thinking a nuclear exchange can be limited is that the history of warfare shows us a strike by one nation leads to counter-strikes by the other.  Such tit-for-tat mentality, with nukes now in the mix, could escalate sharply into a very, very dark place.

It’s time for the major nuclear powers (U.S., Russia, China, the U.K. and France, all of which are on the UN Security Council) to put on their big boy trousers and effectively contain this situation before things really start to spiral out of control.”

This, in and of itself should worry you. But even more worrisome is that the 72-year War Cycle is likely in play.  Of all the cycles we’ve studied, this one carries the potential for “largest impacts.”

To begin with some history:  When America was founded, (specifically 1789), that’s when our clock began to tick. 72-years from that date, the U.S. Civil War broke out.  A further 72-years along finds the U.S. at the bottom of a Great Depression.

Taking time off from his ski trip up at Tahoe (where there’s so much snow only secondary lifts were running Wednesday and both I-80 and the pass up to Reno we closed) my consigliere checked-in with an interesting observation about why things didn’t collapse in 2005.

The Foundation for the Study of Cycles has long held that some cyclical economic wave forms run in a 3-3-4 sequence.  In this case, the 72-year cycle multiplied by one-third more yields a 96-year cycle.  This would put the U.S./Global War out in the 2029 region.

His call, however, proposed that we consider a variant of economist Martin Armstrong’s 8.6-year cycle and that we might toss 17.2-years on the tail of the 72-year cycle date – 2005 – and that would place U.S. entry into the Global War about 2022.2, or so.

His original thesis (lawyer, CPA etc. BTW) was 2024 which his work forecast in 1979.

WAIT!  I thought a hand went up at the back of the room.  “What Global War are you talking about, Ure?”

Oh, the one that starts this summer (at least in cycle theory).  And drags out in stages for a half-dozen years.

This morning, a small ray of hope as “Pakistan to release captured Indian pilot in effort to defuse Kashmir conflict.”  But,, history is mighty powerful stuff.

I want you to pick a country on the shores of the eastern Med that is Jewish and the target of militant Islamists as a second place that’s “in another coutnry’s nuclear sights.”

Keep in mind the 72-year War Cycle and follow-along.

On 14 May 1948, the day before the expiration of the British Mandate, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, declared “the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz-Israel, to be known as the State of Israel.”

.That would lead us to expect a massive attack 72-years later which is May of 2020.  Except for one minor detail:  The actual cycle (over lots of historical examples) is a month shy of 72-years.  So we would expect that the outbreak of hostilities would begin against Israel in March or April of 2020.  One year shot-clock from now.

Which leads to a logical question about the date that the Indo-Pak line was inked.  A question I put to “warhammer“…

“If you refer to the India Pakistan partition, it formally took place at midnight between 14-15 August.  Scribes tell us that 20,000–25,000 Muslims in Delhi alone were terminated by Hindus, with somewhere between 1 and 2 million dying during associated violence.

So using that defining moment, and if my math is correct, we’d be looking at early July this summer for the 71.916-year cycle.”

Will it begin non-nuclear and how long is that escalation path?  That, unfortunately is what my consigliere and I see as possible, as well.

I won’t pretend this will be highly accurate but the descent into seven years of global war could, paradoxically, be a slow, drawn-out affair, due to how information dynamics will play.

It has been clear for more than a dozen years now, that violent episodic depressions occur when there are high levels of information asymmetry.  As information becomes more widely dispersed, in say among 40,000 agents being modeled, the changes in the economy become less sharp, but they do happen, nevertheless and to approximately similar amplitudes.

So, let’s line-up the SloGloWar, which we’ll call it:

  • This summer we see the Into-Pak 72-year war cycle kick-off.
  • The success of the Pakistanis inflicting heavy losses (asymmetry) on the Hindus, will embolden and harden Islamic states who will see Pakistan’s “success” (if there’s such a thing in hard-foght conventional run-up to nukewar, right?) and will ramp up their plans such that…
  • A year later around the March or April of 2020 time-frame, Israel is attacked by a consortium of hard line Islamic regimes.  Exactly on point, and just this week, the UK Guardian reported “Javad Zarif’s resignation: blow for nuclear deal and win for Iran’s hardliners — Exit of Iran’s foreign minister means the loss of a major proponent of US-Iran negotiations.”  For now, moderates have refused to accept his resignation so political turmoil at the top in Iran.
  • We then face an interesting analytical challenge:  Will the existential war for Israel’s survival be a “strong open, slow close” or, will it be a “slow-open, short close” campaign? A ground Intifada first?
  • Either way, we anticipate that the Israeli existential war will still be in play in 2022.2 when possible US entry into the SloGloWar begins.
  • Before that, look for lots of high profile talk and markets in denial.  We can imagine the U.S. and Europe on one side, talking with China and Russia.  No one will be trusted.

There are two more 72-year numbers to roll around.  The first being Taiwan which China wants back (they’re intent on playing repo-man).  But pinning a precise 72-year count on Taiwan’s future is problematic due to Mid-points and complexities:

“After the Surrender of Japan on 25 October 1945, the US Navy ferried ROC troops to Taiwan in order to accept the formal surrender of Japanese military forces in Taipei on behalf of the Allied Powers, as part of General Order No. 1 for temporary military occupation. General Rikichi And?, governor-general of Taiwan and commander-in-chief of all Japanese forces on the island, signed the receipt and handed it over to General Chen Yi of the ROC military to complete the official turnover. Chen Yi proclaimed that day to be “Taiwan Retrocession Day” (25 Oct. 1945), but the Allies considered Taiwan and the Penghu Islands to be under military occupation and still under Japanese sovereignty until 1952, when the Treaty of San Francisco took effect.”

Mid-pointing the 1945 event and the 1952 date yields 1948.5, so we logically would anticipate a Chinese move to re-occupy Taiwan while the rest of the world wraps into the Israel existential war.

Which leave only North Korea to be understood in the timing model:  With a war declaration June 25, 1950 as a start.   This would put a North Korean plunge south in 2022, or about proximate to the breakdown of talks and the lighting up of missiles (and EMP) all around.  That’s your (no pun  intended) planning “drop dead date.”

Against this potential future, I hope you can understand why some of our reports on the Peoplenomics.com side may seem, at times, almost “esoteric.”  But, it’s my plan to evolve subscriber content so that upon seeing this possible future coming, from of the articles can make reasonable preparations for events to come easier.:

  • Rugged and reliable power from non-mains sources.  EMP survival is part of it.
  • Assessment of, and and then relocation away from, major target areas.
  • Gardening and survival in a somewhat radioactive world.
  • And understanding mass casualties and social responses that would arrive if such a projected future actualizes.

Sorry for the longish and essentially a free Peoplenomics report.  But this is where things seem to be heading.  Which leaves only the question of when we begin sliding into our Gen2 economic Depression here in America.  Markets will nail that down for us.

There is a weak, but evolving chance, that everything could work out well – in which case being short the market would assure loss of personal assets.  But, should grim outlooks materialize,, the greatest timing challenge of a lifetime could be calling the instant to exit from the fiat (paper) markets and turn paper into useful goods which might not be available in a radioactive, post-EMP world.

Remember, with EMP in an outlook, that means the instant end of all credit, cryptos, and clearing of stocks, bonds, and so forth.

Is all this a crazy view?  Back to “warhammer” notes:

I’d completely forgotten 72 year cycles.  I remember 72 as being associated with the Mayans and tied to stock market crashes, which you no doubt have pondered on at length.  E.g. the 9/11 attack to the WTC happened in 2001, 72 years after the 1929 stock market crash (war and economics).

I’d honestly not thought of it in terms of war and revolution.  Yet interestingly, if one takes 1917 (the year of the Russian Revolution) and moves out 72 years to 1989, the Russian empire in E. Europe collapsed and the wall began to fall.  Karma?

So in terms of Korea, that war broke out in 1950, so we only have 3 years to win-over Kim and his generals…

And we have to point out that’s not going very well – see “Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi collapses after negotiations fail.” Back to point…

“We mentioned the partition of India in 1948 – in January of that year Gandhi was assassinated.  Doing the math, another peace maker may bite the bullet in December of this year.

Israel was reestablished as a nation on May 14, 1948.  71.916 years later would be early April 2020.  Passover (Pesach) begins April 9th, 2020 (Jewish year 5780).  Should we expect something there as well?  Next year could hold interesting developments in the land of the bible/torah/koran.

In October 1948, the Arab/Israeli war broke out.

On December 28, 1948, Muslim Brotherhood members assassinated Egyptian Prime Minister Mahmud Fahmi Nokrash

Finally, old Ma Earth experiences one degree of axial precession ever 72 years.  A hyper dimensional correlation, perhaps?”

Is the “future written in the stars?”  While we look to the market to provide early lead-times, we also remember how information asymmetries work.

Is the West in the process of “being snookered?”

The GDP Report

“Real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 2.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018 (table 1), according to the “initial” estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the third quarter, real GDP increased 3.4 percent.

Due to the recent partial government shutdown, this initial report for the fourth quarter and annual GDP for 2018 replaces the release of the “advance” estimate originally scheduled for January 30th and the “second” estimate originally scheduled for February 28th.

The Bureau emphasized that the fourth-quarter initial estimate released today is based on source data that are incomplete or subject to further revision by the source agency (see “Source Data for the Initial Estimate” on page 3). Updated estimates for the fourth quarter, based on more complete data, will be released on March 28, 2019.”

Meanwhile, over in Asia “China February factory activity shrinks to three-year low, export orders worst in a decade.”

After the data, markets crawled back to flat for the open.

AWK (Also Worth Knowing)

The UK Daily Mail offers an interesting “EXCLUSIVE: Gambino mob heir predicts Michael Cohen will get WHACKED in prison because ‘inmates love Trump and hate rats’.”

Over in the WSJ this morning a great run-down in Canada’s evolving crisis at the top in “Political Scandal Worsens for Canada’s Justin Trudeau –Former justice minister says prime minister’s top aides repeatedly pressed her to drop the prosecution of SNC-Lavalin.

And if you’re following our context of Digitalnte’s and Digital Mob Rule be sure not to miss a word of Project Varitas’Facebook Insider Leaks Docs; Explains “Deboosting,” “Troll Report,” & Political Targeting in Video Interview.”

Moron the ‘morrow…

51 thoughts on “Bracing for the Indo-Pak War that Goes Global”

  1. Joe Biden on the history of our country & today:

    “It’s one of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. I believe that as much today as I did when I got elected to the United States Senate as a 29-year-old kid. But we have to remember who we are. At our best, America has always thought big. That’s why the negativity, the pettiness, the small-mindedness of our politics today drives me crazy. We’re better than this.

    It’s time to reach deep into the soul of this country and once again give everyone — and I mean everyone — the opportunity to achieve the impossible. It’s time to look beyond 24-hour news cycles and 140-character arguments. It’s time to treat each other with dignity and respect. Not as opponents, but as fellow Americans. Because that’s what we are.”

    If I had said Presiden Trump said this instead of Joe Biden, everyone would be cheering.

    • I don’t know.. I personally love it. A great saying and wonderful goals. Unfortunately
      I don’t think it’s obtainable with the way politics is run in our country.

    • Sorry but this sounds awfully “Hopey/Changey”. No thanks. Right now we sure as hell don’t need pie in the sky pontificating. Especially from a borderline pedophile like Biden.

  2. I’ve always thought of it being the ‘grandfather effect’, as when the generation that is your grandfathers, passes – then direct knowledge of history and life in general (unless you read – even so . . .) is gone.

    The lessons of the grief of conflict fade leaving only the thought of opportunity . . .

    The thought of an Indo-Pak war worries me also.

    • Exactly what I was thinking MDS….
      It always Seems like history repeats itself.

      Which has me wondering. If you read of the rise and fall of past civilizations and the theories of past advanced civilizations. I wonder just how many times it has happened?
      It Kind of seems to futile to try to stop.

  3. War and Rumors of War..
    Lets not forget the Serbs, Croats and Muslims – these folks can and will get nasty.

    The ancient Daoist recognized that around times of solar minimum, EVERYBODY was negatively affected by incoming NRG’s from space. They recognized among themselves how easily they themselves fell into anger and arguments, and endeavored to guard against it.
    Unfortunately in todaze modern world, not many people are sensitive enough or “tuned in” enough to understand how to cope..must be time to buy some long dated Call Options in Raytheon/LockheedMartin/Boeing/Northrup ect.

    Cry Havoc! and Slip the Dogs of WAR.
    WmShakespere/J.Cesaer

  4. Rather doubt there will be any war between India and Pakistan for Russia and China which have far more influence there then we do are already defusing that,and as for the Trump and Kim meeting there was nothing surprising about that outcome,for we always ask for far more then is realistic or that we are willing to give, and are to well known for never keeping any agreement we agree to, as the man said “we are treaty or agreement incapable” and that will continue as long as we think we are the junkyard dog of the world>!!!

    • Well said Robert about the NK talks. How about lifting all sanctions for a year to show our good faith & maybe Kim will see finances overrule nukes. PT said before the meeting that he wanted them to feel comfortable denuclearizing. In war, why not go after the source of the problem. Patton – lets go after Russia while we have our Army here instead of having to return. MacArthur – Let’s go into China while we are here. These are 2 reasons the military is not in charge. Robert has it right.

  5. George,

    One prospect you didn’t address is the possibility of full blown civil war and collapse in Mexico, causing a massive influx of refugees across the border.

    Arguably, they’ve bene in the early stages of such for years now.

  6. All should read “The Fourth Turning” by Strauss & Howe. It details not only the ~80 year cycles of total war, but the reasons why the generational archetypes cause the cycles to repeat. These cycles have been borne out since the Old Testament; it should be no surprise that it is happening again now.

    In other news, I like the direction you want to take with the subscriber side. Both timely and necessary.

  7. I hope that the Trumpsters finally realize that he is way, way over his head. The stupid talking point of him being a businessman and running our country like a business is ridiculous. He ran his own business under his own name. If he had a board of directors, he would have been fired after the first bankruptcy…he endured 6. It was just a family run business that he overvalued possibly 20X. I think we will hear it further from Michael Cohen…he is not a billionaire by any stretch…Bob Woodward already pointed that out in his book.

    The North Korea debacle was a waste of time and a huge waste of taxpayer money. The U.S. lost face in the entire Asian region. Vietnam was a gracious host for nothing. China is laughing at Trump, as is South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Sinagapore and other strong economies in the east.

    I think we are at the point where we must invoke the 25th amendment. With all of the distractions, losses and General buffoonery, it’s time to reset and although Pence is a moron as well, he at least is a dignified moron that will allow more qualified GOP candidates to enter the 2020 race.

    I went to a conference yesterday in San Francisco and listened to Jill Abramson, the former chief editor of the NYTimes talk…and even she said…it used to be that the entire media world would have hated to see Trump go due to the huge revenue gains they have been enjoying, but even that has waned and seems to be on the downside of the revenue curve…Of course, when that slide down the backside increases in speed, watch out..and when it affects the conservative side too…things will move quickly to the negative on Trump. What a world we live in.

    • We need to stop assigning credit or blame for the economy and state of the world to any current leader. Geopolitics is far greater than that. There was no candidate in 2016, IMHO, who had any reasonable chance of preventing such macro-events such as global thermonuclear war, even those that wanted to. This would require a lot more than a leader – it would require that the majority of the people of the world just say no, and that’s not going to happen. People are far too easily manipulated. I’m not sure that any individual could prevent such things, though I’d hope to be wrong. My own intention is to get by, help those I can, and stay out of the way. I felt and did the same on 911.

      I can think of trigger events that could unleash such an event with no way to curtail it. I won’t detail such a thing since George hasn’t either, and probably for good reason. I believe that a trial run has already occurred.

      • Eli,

        I am not sure what that means…San Francisco is the heartbeat of the world right now, both in job production and economic growth. I think the rest of the country needs to stop being so critical of the big cities that produce like New York, Chicago, Boston, Dallas, Seattle and L.A. to name a few. You don’t have to live in any of these cities…You don’t have to agree with our politics either…(Although we are more diverse politically than you think) We are not for everyone. But I live here in the San Francisco Bay Area along with 8 million others and I like it…a lot.

      • Mark, given the rapidly increasing number of videos describing the “crappy” conditions of a once incredible city the only conclusion I can come to is that you’ve become overwhelmed with the methane of all the homeless out there. You may be in the suburbs but all too many people are swearing off of the business sector due to the literal crap on the streets and other intolerable conditions. I was collecting a number of videos to reference because I knew you’d be singing the praises for your city over and over again but I’m sure you’re well aware of them.

      • Bill, why don’t you show me out here with your own video camera/camera phone and show me what the heck you are talking about. I will personally give you a tour. We can go in search of the crappy conditions. Yes, you may find a few homeless. Every city has them. We have actually far, far less than most cities our size. You won’t find crappy however. You will find progress. Once you are awash in amazement with the beauty, building, modernity, energy and expansion of this city…I will even treat you to the best Pizza this country has to offer in North Beach, our Italian section…Called Tony’s Napoletana.

      • Here’s a good one — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld6qYJe4pRs. I challenge you to consider the information, not the people conveying it. Type in San Francisco homeless in YouTube and you’ll come up with many more videos from totally unrelated sources documenting the same things. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=san+francisco+homeless

        You may have become quite skilled in maneuvering between the eyesores that SF is becoming better known for but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s a city that’s sinking in its own refuse – human and human produced.

    • “I hope that the Trumpsters finally realize that he is way, way over his head”

      Unfortunately..I suspected he was way over his head ten years before he decided to run for office.
      Yup when old Ross Perot was running for office..he to had great ideals as a businessman. He also first decided to run as a proverbial wrench in the system. I don’t think DJT expected to win either.
      I don’t think he realized just how frustrated the working man is about the way our political system is being ran.

      It should have been a red flag to everyone in office. An opportunity to show the people see we can work together we can accomplish something. Instead they still act like toddlers arguing over a toy.
      They still haven’t accomplished anything at all.
      Where my curiosity is..what kind of candidate will the people try this time.in the past this is where in past history citizens of other countries have allowed leaders with a more radical outlook gain power.
      the standard two parties have pretty much destroyed themselves and their credibility in my opinion.
      Will it be Bernie or someone with his message and outlook be the most likely to win.
      Or someone with an outlook and charisma of Karl Marx, or the dignity and strength of someone like putin or ping.
      Or will they just say the hell with it and vote a or b or the we are defeated viewpoint of give them what they want position it doesn’t make any difference anyway.

      Or is the voting system controlled and whoever the puppeteers want get the position. Then why even have a vote.

      I think its going to be interesting anyway..
      I wonder what kind of leader will bring us out of the pit we will slide into once we have slid into it. What will have to be done to bring our country under control and financial stability.
      I had my hopes about DJT and bringing back American oride, industry, jobs and border security. at this point our attention will be redirected to the new candidates and them dragging the dead horses around.
      Telling us they are the only ones capable to finally of dealing with the dead horse and its rotten smell.

    • Mark, why don’t you go bash President Trump somewhere else. He’s our President for the next two years, so get over yourself. And who else is even out there that doesn’t virtue signal and play identity politics? Trump’s not perfect, but then none of us are. Hell, we survived “W” didn’t we (even though that 9/11 thing).

      BTW George, this is one of your best daily columns, ever. Thanks for all the time it takes you to offer it up.

      • I personally love to read Mark’s posts.
        They are well thought out and the aspects are usually from a point that I haven’t considered.
        Giving me a completely different perspective to contemplate.
        A movie set in the movies looks complete and three demensional.yet If you go and view them you’ll discover its only a one sided view. Mark gives me the dimensions I’m missing.
        I am a trump supporter he’s strong yet weak he has great ideals and is definitely a fighter..I would have caved a month in. He’s giving it a good fight. Unfortunately I didn’t even realize it was broken to the point it is. That those pulling the strings have as much power as they do.

        We are as a nation truly screwed..

    • It is no surprise the Trump summit went nowhere! With all the crap going on in the US against him how can he retain face in front of nations where “saving face” is far more important than anything else! How can a leader of a communist country who has “order” at home be seen giving in to a leader that is being attacked on all sides? If that were to happen NK would lose face. Not a problem giving in to a powerful leader, but giving in to one whose office is in disarray would definitely be a loss of “face.” The summit was a failure before it began

      • If they attempted that in NK…. Kim would feed them to the dogs.when his own family was suspected of selling out to the puppeteers that is exactly what happened. Have you noticed the puppeteers don’t screw around with politicians and leaders in countries where the leaders wouldn’t hesitate handing out retribution for disrespecting them.

  8. It’s hard to imagine a WWIII scenario between nuclear adversaries where nuclear WMDs are not used. War is all about destroying the enemy and when the enemy is destroying you, you’re going to resort to whatever weapons you have to stop the enemy. This would likely cause rapidly increasing escalation.
    India and Pakistan each have an estimated 150 nuclear WMDs. If they’re used against urban targets that’s more than enough to trigger a global temperature drop. Let’s also consider that we are already entering a GRAND solar minimum cycle with an associated increase in vulcanism.
    It’s equally scary to hear how ignorant humans are about these things. I’ve often heard the “let’s just nuke em” opinion when these things are discussed. Sure, that will work as long as they don’t nuke you back. However, when you bring up the Fermi Paradox in the discusson, they have no idea what you’re talking about. Extinction by nuclear WMDs or other destructive technologies is one of the explanations for the Fermi Paradox. This might be mother nature’s way to determine if a species is fit for extinction or further evolution. George, thanks for bringing up and covering this poignant topic.
    On another note, check out the Hoisington Economic overview for some excellent analysis.
    http://hoisingtonmgt.com/economic_overview.html

    • “It’s hard to imagine a WWIII scenario between nuclear adversaries where nuclear WMDs are not used.”

      Its hard to rape a land and enslave people, steal their raw resources. If you’ve turned it into a virtual glass uninhabitable parking lot.
      Has it happened before?

      THE RAMAYANA (“The Deeds of …
      PDFWashington and Lee University › home › …

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.holybooks.com/mahabharata-all-volumes-in-12-pdf-files/amp/

      The Ramayana
      PDFPepperdine University › dt › gbv-15 › 6…

      The first time I read the translations was when I was a kid traveling and walking through ohara and some guys handed me a couple if books.. If you believe it..then there’s a possibility that it’s all happened before.

  9. Well, one must be relieved that the Saudi Crown Prince’s well-received visits to Pakistan and India had concluded just prior to the ramping up of hostilities. It’s in the public domain that the Pakistani army offers a layer of protection to the crown prince at home in The Kingdom.

    • Not to remind you of this, our dear Winnipeg news analyst, but we seem to recall that in addition to threshold protections at home, the Pakistanis are the providers of choice for at least one, and likely a few big flashy bomby things.

  10. My, my, my. Sooo many ways for the World to come to a screeching halt all coming into play here at the end of all things as, I think, Frodo said.

    Let’s throw something else into the mix. Anyone reading, listening or subscribed to Suspicious0bservers.org? According to Ben’s collection of scientists we’re looking at a little over 10,000 days of a reoccurring nova event from our Sun that seems to have happened like clockwork over at least four successive 12,026 years or so of our immediate past. They’re saying we have around 27 years left, give or take, before it happens again then it’s BOAKYAG. The good news, they say, is that we are all descendants of SURVIVORS. The depressing news, in my opinion, though, is that all the DUMBs are going to be populated by the upper crust idiots that could care less about the Common Man, ok, Person. In other words, they’ll be full of the Elites. Surely they’ll have to have a few “commoners” in with them to do their bidding or perhaps this is the reason for the push to AI. But the last time this happened was when so many of the under ground tunnels were dug that stretch all around Europe and to the ME that some say are all connected. That’s a lot of digging for pre-Gobekli-Teppi people to do.

    Here’s one of the Earth Catastrophe Cycle videos but there’s many more – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui6BLAyXLZA.

    Could this be the reason it doesn’t seem that anyone with any kind of authority seems to give a rat’s patoot about what’s going on any more? They’re just going to let the crazies run rampant through our government and let it fall apart because it’s all going away in a short time any way?

    Stay tuned …

    • “in my opinion, though, is that all the DUMBs are going to be populated by the upper crust idiots that could care less about the Common Man”

      I’ve been in some …
      They shouldn’t be called D.U.M.B….instead they should be called T.O M.B.s most of them are great but sealed away as an ant colony..how will the get there. If its a surprise.. And if your nuked up ..might as well
      Head to mars

      • This is pretty much what I figure as well. If the crust doesn’t “twitch” and crush them then they’ll probably wind up trapping everyone with the surface being unlivable for an extended amount of time after a cataclysmic event. Lots of nuclear reactors that’ll be untended will poison just about everything when little Fukashimas happen all over the place and that’s just the start.

        No, I’m beginning to believe that reincarnation will be the ultimate survival technique. You can come back with a body that’s better adapted, if we have any say in it at all, and be part of the survivor and reconstruction group.

  11. Hmmm.. I wonder.It is so hard to tell what is real and what isn’t. so. is this just another situation where the puppeteers are manipulating again..trying to gain more.. than they already have.. more stuff,, more power.. MORE..

    Now.. hearing this about the possibility of a nuclear war.. has me wondering..what is the key trigger component that is truly getting this dispute started. and who is the one behind the curtain instigating this one while Manipulating governments all around the world at the same time.. one side not getting the response they want.. so they shimmy to the left and shimmy to the right.. watch over here while I jiggy over there..

    https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/tapi-gas-pipeline-in-trouble-with-india-pakistan-and-afghanistan/

    https://www.outlookindia.com/website/story/pipeline-politics-oil-gas-and-the-us-interest-in-afghanistan/213804

    https://www.heritage.org/asia/report/the-proposed-iran-pakistan-india-gas-pipeline-unacceptable-risk-regional-security

    https://www.dawn.com/news/249024

    https://homerdixon.com/environmental-scarcity-and-violent-conflict-the-case-of-pakistan/

    https://www.dw.com/en/water-security-the-new-front-in-kashmir-struggle-between-india-pakistan/a-5935413

    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/earth-insight/2013/aug/30/syria-chemical-attack-war-intervention-oil-gas-energy-pipelines

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1772155/2-incoming-govt-start-laying-tapi-pipeline-pakistan/

    https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/11/13/afghanistans-rivers-could-be-indias-next-weapon-against-pakistan-water-wars-hydropower-hydrodiplomacy/

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/07/opportunities-and-risks-the-china-pakistan-economic-corridor/

    https://www.usip.org/publications/2018/11/conflict-resource-economy-and-pathways-peace-burma

    https://www.un.org/press/en/2018/sc13540.doc.htm

    https://www.prb.org/environmentalscarcityandtheoutbreakofconflict/

    https://asiafoundation.org/2018/06/20/seven-takeaways-on-asian-approaches-to-conflict-prevention-and-peacebuilding/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7ndRwqJYDM

  12. Globally, there doesn’t seem to be any shortage of WMD’s, or soreheads with grievances both real and imagined looking for an excuse to use those WMD’s. Predicting the oncoming WW is easy; stopping the disaster is difficult.

  13. Has anyone viewed the Kill Shot Video by Major Ed Dames? I haven’t but I think NK may be a trigger event to its beginning.

    PS: Don’t let anyone know where your Sanctuary is or you will get more visitors than you bargained for & it will be useless. Per the Major. Good advice.

  14. George,

    For two weeks prior to this one, I’ve been seeing 666 in various places. License plates, numbers in computer logs, bug reports, reservation numbers, support case numbers, flight information, it’s been stunning. This week has so far yielded two instances of 6666. My friend said it’s Baader-Meinhof, but as a life long heavy metal fan, I think I’d have noticed this many 6’s in a short time. Seriously, it’s just weird at this point.

    -P

  15. George I know you have a PV array. I have two arrays putting out 8000 watts. I do not see how our arrays will survive an EMP attack.
    The circuits on the back side of the panels will cook.
    The combiner will probably survive for no active circuits are in them.
    The charge controllers, Inverter, and control equipment will also fry.

    Do you know of any tricks of how to protect PV equipment from an EMP?
    Mark “Red Dog”

    • Go to Mouser.com and load your system with TVS (transient voltage suppressors). The grounding of the negative should be solid and the TVS’s should be fast and handle large current. But, as we’ve been talking about in the book on PN (I know, people don’t have time to read, lol) but in radio energy there’s a simple calculation called “milivolts per meter). Since the wire length is important, especially given the low-frequency energy concentration, the risks are concetrated on the grid and telco gear, epecially above ground.

      Three per device (on set at the array and one at the cvhargers) ought to protect those elements, at least for the first 3 EMPs. Since an EMP is an act of war, other problems will fosllow shortly thereafter…

  16. George, an Indian here & been reading this & Peoplenomics over half a decade now, admit it not a regular though. On your Indo-Pak comments, 1) Muslims killed equal or more number of hindus during partition on the Pak side of the border, 2) While the odds of nukes are high, the media is over estimating the dangers. Pak is a failed state and a country with WMD reserves in the hands of army & militants. Even if they are trigger happy, India has the capacity to neutralize a few of them. Moreover Pakis are running short on fuel big time – https://www.opindia.com/2019/03/pakistan-airspace-shutdown-after-india-airstrikes-balakot-more-than-what-meets-the-eye-energy-fuel/. So an eye-for-an-eye approach may lead to a situation that would be over in less than a week. Diplomacy is the solution here and both sides know it. Turning off water & trade is enough for them to back out.

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