A repost of a Deagle.com prediction.I have reposted this information as it meshes perfectly with the World Bank Document below, posted by Weaver. 

Deagle.com (or Someone) Has a Dream

Kevin Boyle – No One To Vote For Aug 9, 2020

Screenshot of Deagle’s website. Click to enlarge

The following information was extracted from www.deagle.com, which claims to be a “Guide to Military Equipment and Civil Aviation”
There are online discussions about authorship of this site. One such comment is …
According to their own website, Deagel provides news and intelligence on international military aviation and advanced technologies. The majority of the economic and demographic data used in the making of the forecasts is widely available by institutions such as the CIA, IMF, UN, USG, etc. You can see the most relevant data at every single country’s page. There is a tiny part of data coming from a variety of shadow sources such as Internet gurus, unsigned reports and others.
I do not know if deagle.com’s predictive ‘information’ is based on seriously considered assessment re coming events we know little about or absolute rubbish. However, the numbers involved are worth noting. There are worlds of pain in these figures if they are even close to being correct. Of particularly interest are the countries that ‘deagle.com’ predicts will be be”hardest hit”
In order of misfortune:
The UK (77% of the population [50 million people] will die)
Ireland  (74% [3,700,000 people])
The USA (69% [227,000,000 people])
Germany (65% [ 49,000,000 people])
… Gulp …
Here is a partial summary:
Country                             Current Population    Population (2025)   % Survival Rate
1 United States of America        326,620,000          100,000,000                       31
2 China                                     1,380,000,000          1,380,000,000                   100
3 Japan                                     126,450,000              103, 000,000                    81
4 Germany                               80,590,000                28,000,000                         35
5 France                                  67,100,000                 39,000,000                         58
6 United Kingdom                  65,650,000                 15,000,000                         23
7 India                                   1,280,000,000              1,300,000,000                   100
8 Brazil                                  207,350,000                210,000,000                      100
9 Italy                                    62,140,000                 44,000,000                           71
10 Canada                            35,620,000                   26,000,000                           73
11 South Korea                    51,180,000                   37,000,000                           72
12 Russia                             142,260,000                  142,000,000                         100
13 Australia                        23,230,000                     15,000,000                             65
14 Spain                             48,960,000                     28,000,000                             57
15 Mexico                          124,570,000                    125,000,000                          100
16 Indonesia                       260,580,000                    267,000,000                          100
17 Turkey                           80,840,000                       72,000,000                           89
18 Netherlands                  17,080,000                        17,000,000                          99.5
19 Switzerland                    8,240,000                          5,300,000                            64
20 Saudi Arabia                28,570,000                         25,000,000                           88
21 Argentina                    44,290,000                         41,000,000                           93
22 Taiwan                        23,510,000                         19,000,000                           81
23 Sweden                        9,960,000                            7,200,000                          72
24 Poland                         38,480,000                           33,000,000                        86
25 Belgium                      11,490,000                             8,100,000                         70
26 Israel                           8,300,000                             4,000,000                           48
27 Iran                             82,020,000                          82,000,000                         100
28 Austria                        8,750,000                             6,200,000                            71
29 Nigeria                      190,630,000                         187,000,000                         98
30 Ireland                       5,000,000                             1,300,000                              26

 

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3 Responses to “A repost of a Deagle.com prediction.I have reposted this information as it meshes perfectly with the World Bank Document below, posted by Weaver. ”

  1. Tapestry says:

    Cold could be a primary factor in this prediction. If fuel gets cut off, and the climate heads for a massive freeze with the Grand Solar Minimum already happening, people would find it hard to survive. Britain falls to bits with a couple of inches of snow. How would several feet affect things, combined with months a frozen temperatures round the clock? Warmer countries seem unaffected. Netherlands doesn’t fit the pattern. Do they have a strategic food reserve? I am reading Miles Mathis on Mandela and South Africa, and he comes round to telling us that ‘the Dutch’ are the Phoenician Navy…..worth a read http://mileswmathis.com/mandela4.pdf

    • ian says:

      Hi Tap’, yes definitely cold will play a part. Food shortage ond power outages would do the rest. No electricity = no fuel at the pumps and therefore no food supplies. It could all be deliberately orchestrated, while supply lines are affected by the reset plandemic. I will read the Miles Mathis article, thank you.

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