June 2013, The Beginning of a New Era


June 2013, the beginning of a new era

Although from a scientific point of view that most doomsday scenario are mostly unlikely for the near future, there are worldwide signs all over the planet indicating that earth and mankind is now experiencing major changes, a major shift in civilizations is about to happen.

Since the origins of man, many societies especially have been ruled by religious and spiritual belief and all over the world, for years and years, the Apocalypse has been predicted.

It doesn’t take a nuclear physicist or a spiritual leader to predict that one day, this earth is going to die. All planets die one day and, when this will happen, if there are still men on earth, they will also die. This will be the end of the world, as we know it but certainly not the end of the universe. New planets are born everyday and the universe is still in expansion.

But, what about a possible global disaster that may happen in our days that could means the near extinction of man on earth?

History, science, studies and researches teach us that in the past, entire highly developed populations and civilizations suddenly disappeared from the surface of the planet on behalf of natural disasters. Entire species disappeared from the surface of the planet in a very short time period, even in minutes and all of this, without any warning. If this happen in the past, why can it not happen today?

An easy answer would be to say that with all the scientific equipment that we have around the world and in space, if there was something to happen, something to hit us we would see it coming days, weeks, months if not year in advance.

How arrogant and presumptuous!

What is worrying me is not what we know; it is what we do not know. Three thousand years ago, Egyptians were performing knee surgery, they were building pyramids and temples with unsurpassed, almost surgical, engineering and mathematical precision; two thousand years ago, Romans were building aqueducts, roads, amphitheaters…  What about the Babylonians and the days before?

What did they know that we do not know?

For most of them, most of these lost civilizations; they disappeared because of human wicked behavior and for most of them, they predicted that this was to happen again to the future for future generations and it did happen and, it will happen again.

Over the centuries, because of natural disasters and cataclysms, because of wars or human nature, we lost a lot of information and knowledge and a lot of the remaining information has often been locked or hidden in obscure vaults of the rich and powerful or a select few and even today, we are still wondering how they could have done it. Some would even pretend that aliens assisted them.

Today, to pretend that humanity is not going to be hit by a global disaster is foolishness. Today, because of our communication networks, because of the way we communicate and interact with everyone and every nation of the world, everything that we do on a local basis has an immediate impact or consequences on the rest of the planet. Changes that were taking days, weeks, months and year to happen now happen instantly. Everything that we do anywhere on the planet take global proportions.

Even though we know that are not going to be hit by a giant meteor tomorrow morning, even though we know that we are not going to be hit by a disastrous solar kill shot in the days to come, there is absolutely no guarantee that we are not going to be hit by a major volcanic eruption somewhere, by major earthquakes, by the inevitable tsunamis to follow, by major hurricanes or tornadoes or any other major surprise that mother nature may have in store for us. What about these possible men made events and disasters that can cause an entire population or civilization to vanish or disappear? Look at the Mayas, the Holocaust, and The North American natives, Syrians …

Whatever the predictions and the situation may be, we are living in times and days indicating that major events are to happen that will directly impact the life of many if not everyone on the planet. The signs are there and the date is June 2013.



North Korea now playing a very dangerous game


North Korea will chicken out

North Korea has been angry since new U.N. sanctions were imposed following its third nuclear weapons test in February and warning that nuclear war could break out at any time, has now asked foreign countries to consider evacuating their embassies in Pyongyang causing the United States to strengthen its Pacific missile defences and Russia to express its concerns.

While most experts do not believe that North Korea does not have missiles capable of either long-range or accuracy and that North Korea’s nuclear threats are more rhetorical than practical, playing chicken game with the most powerful nations of the world is still a very dangerous game with a lot at stake for most of the nations of the world.

Will North Korea declare war to the United States, Russia or China?

Never in a lifetime!


Obama unlikely to take action against Iran

Obama: “Compromise is not a dirty word”

Either Israel is engaged in the most elaborate ruse since the Trojan Horse or it is on the cusp of a pre-emptive strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities. What’s alarming is not just Iran’s increasing store of uranium or the growing sophistication of its rocketry. It’s also the increasingly menacing annihilationist threats emanating from Iran’s leaders. Israel’s existence is “an insult to all humanity,” says President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. “Anyone who loves freedom and justice must strive for the annihilation of the Zionist regime.” Explains the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Israel is “a true cancer tumor on this region that should be cut off.” Everyone wants to avoid military action, surely the Israelis above all. They can expect a massive counterattack from Iran, 50,000 rockets launched from Lebanon, Islamic Jihad firing from Gaza and worldwide terror against Jewish and Israeli targets, as happened last month in Bulgaria. Yet Israel will not sit idly by in the face of the most virulent genocidal threats since Nazi Germany.

It’s time to end the ambiguity about American intentions.


North Korea Plans to Launch Long-Range Rocket

North Korea Long Range Ballistic Test

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) – North Korea announced plans to blast a satellite into space on the back of a long-range rocket, a provocative move that could jeopardize a weeks-old agreement with the U.S. exchanging food aid for nuclear concessions.

“Such a missile launch would pose a threat to regional security and would also be inconsistent with North Korea’s recent undertaking to refrain from long-range missile launches,” says the U.S. State Department.

After Iran, North Korea!



Iran’s Nuclear Agenda Resulting in a missile defence shield being deployed in Europe by 2018

Mahmoud Ahmedinajad: The Iranian nuclear programme is peaceful

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Iran, facing growing international pressure over its nuclear programme, is calling for more talks with the United Nations. While Iran says its nuclear programme is peaceful, negotiations with the International Atomic Energy Agency have stalled and Western powers are increasingly concerned over the possible Iranian military dimensions of Tehran’s nuclear research.

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran is significantly stepping up its uranium enrichment, a finding that is sending oil prices higher on fears tensions between Tehran and the West could escalate into military conflict. While the Iranian government is still refusing to address intelligence reports about covert research relevant to developing nuclear weapons, Israel is threatening to launch preventive military strikes against Iran. For many, Iran’s failure to comply with its international obligations regarding its nuclear programme could easily escalate into possible military dimensions and for some, the West is guilty of double standards when backing Israel, the only Middle East state outside the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

There are only two possible issues of this conflict: one is engagement, cooperation and interaction; the other is confrontation and conflict.


Europe is now protected by a continent-wide missile defence system, developed and deployed by the US military. This continent-wide missile defence system been established in phases between 2011 and 2018.

Phase 1 saw the deployment of a land-based early warning radar system which Turkey agreed to host as well as ships United States of America in the Mediterranean. Phase 2 saw the creation of a land-based SM-3 interceptor site in Romania, a missile system initially used by the US Navy to intercept short to intermediate-range ballistic missiles. Phase 3, to counter short-medium and intermediate-range missile threats, added a more advanced SM-3 interceptor and a second land-based SM-3 site, which Poland agreed to host, located close to the Baltic Sea and Lithuania, roughly 50 miles from the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.

Initially, this defence shield resulted in a cooling of relations between the US and Russia, which initially expressed concerns over the presence of missiles so close to its border, viewing it as a security threat despite assurances from the US that the shield was for potential threats from Iran and the Middle East. and was neither designed nor capable of threatening the large numbers and sophisticated ability of Russia’s strategic forces.

At the end, after years of engagement, cooperation and diplomatic interaction, by 2035, Israel will lie in ruins.

William Hague Warns Against Stiking Iran

William Hague, UK Foreign Minister

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LONDON — An attack on Iran would carry huge costs. Striking Iran could lead to a dangerous nuclear standoff in the Middle East. Striking at Iran’s disputed nuclear program would have enormous downsides. Britain’s foreign minister warned.

While allowing Iran to proceed with its nuclear program unchecked would lead to a Cold War-style arms race in the Middle East, with neighboring countries rushing to match the Iranian arsenal, we are very clear to all concerned that we are not advocating military action, he said. We couldn’t assume that a strike would be over quickly. There would be large scale and long-lasting repercussions. And so, the most serious round of nuclear proliferation since nuclear weapons were invented would have begun with all the destabilizing effects in the Middle East. That would be a disaster for world affairs.

Tensions over Iran’s nuclear program are running high. Israel, the U.S., Britain and others suspect that the Islamic Republic is using the program as cover for the manufacture of atomic weapons and observers fear that a pre-emptive strike may be in the works.

Related article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/18/william-hague-iran-strike_n_1286322.html

The World in 2050

Space tourism is becoming commonplace

The main players in the world are now: the USA, China, Europe, India, Japan, Russia and Brazil, with China and India exercising now a huge economic influence on global politics.

Since the beginning of the millennium, the frantic pace of globalisation has continued and the intercultural connection has now resulted in white Caucasians becoming a minority in the USA and elsewhere in the world.

One in five Europeans is now a Muslim.

Radical Islam and its resentment toward the West continues to produce Jihadists.

Large amounts of nuclear material had been missing from Russia since the early 1990s, and some of this inevitably fell into the wrong hands leaving a deep psychological scar on many people and fuel much paranoia and suspicion between nations.

Despite this tension and the fact that Israel has been the victim of a nuclear attack, progress has been achieved on certain key issues.

Thanks to advanced nanotechnology, across-the-board improvements in energy efficiency and power conservation, widespread deployment of solar, wind and wave power, as well as 4th generation nuclear power, carbon emissions have fallen substantially. However, the delayed reaction of carbon emissions from previous decades is continuing to affect weather patterns and climate stability.

Sea levels have risen over half a metre and are beginning to affect much of the world’s coastal real estate.

Space travel has taken a big leap forward.

Space tourism is becoming commonplace with middle-income citizens enjoying orbital flights. For the super-rich, lunar orbits and even brief excursions to the Moon’s surface are becoming possible. The first permanent scientific station is being planned for Mars.