Agency forecasts that the U.S. will receive the biggest loss of life over and above all nations of the world as a result of a disaster that’s coming by 2025
The highly-rated government-linked intel agency Deagel has updated its latest annual report which now forecasts that over two-thirds of the United States populace will not be living by 2025 which if true would be a reduction of 227 million people from the current count which includes a total of 327 million U.S. inhabitants. The question is: what type of imminent event or natural disaster does the agency’s think tank know is coming?
Based on a list of the agency’s clients and partners, it’s safe to say that something is likely headed our way. Take a look at the list for yourself. Does it look like these organizations dabble in conspiracy theories or the make-believe?
- National Security Agency
- The World Bank
- United Nations (UN)
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO – OTAN)
- Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Russian Defense Procurement Agency
Moreover, the updated report forecasts that there will be only 10 living inhabitants per square kilometer in the U.S. by 2025 as opposed to the 34 inhabitants per square mile that are currently listed. That’s a 69.5% decrease over the next 53 months.
The report also forecasts the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to be reduced by a whopping 87.4% knocking it down from $19 trillion to a mere $2.4T.
On world-scale things are also looking rather grim. In fact, Deagel forecasts an 18.2% drop in the world’s population by 2025. That’s a reduction of about 500 million people worldwide.
So with the forecasted 69.5% reduction of the U.S. population by 2025 versus the forecasted 18.2% drop worldwide, it seems as if the United States may be heading into a shitstorm of some type.
Could this be related to Intellihub founder and editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas’ original theory in which the radio talk show host speculates that a massive celestial object may have entered our solar system and will be causing great disturbances, earth changes, and potential asteroid strikes?
According to the American Civil Liberties Union that runs analytics for their operations, two-thirds of the U.S. population lives within the 100-mile border zone.
Let that sink in. Could the threat be the borders or possibly the coastlines? Why does the 100-mile border zone map match up perfectly with the Deagel report’s forecasted numbers?
H/T: David Wilson