Game over: We crossed the red line years ago and no one is telling you: The world as we know it is collapsing like a pack of cards
04/14/2017 / By News Editors / Comments
Game over: We crossed the red line years ago and no one is telling you: The world as we know it is collapsing like a pack of cards

When the White House’s top spokesman, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said this week that President Bashar al-Assad had committed atrocities worse than Nazi leader Adolf Hitler… Hitler, as the rest of the world knows, gassed 6 million Jews in WWII… And a CEO of a top world airline company claimed one of “his” customers acted “disruptive and belligerent” as he was dragged helplessly, screaming and bloodied by 4 airline thugs, down the aisle of a jet after refusing to give up his seat voluntarily, why should he anyway? He paid for it! Or when world leaders are threatening to nuke each other, not each other personally you understand but the millions of poor innocent people who are governed by these people, well it gives us all an idea, just where the state of our global union is at the moment. Not surprising then, suicide has reached epidemic levels around the world…

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Mutual assured destruction (MAD)

As our world appears to head to a mutual assured destruction (MAD) our leaders appear to be lacking in intelligence, commonsense or are just too corrupt to fix anything. Some of you will agree and some of you will say it’s always been like this and you would be correct.

However, it’s when you put the current geopolitics in the same basket as the current geophysics together, we begin to see a very disturbing picture of a disaster coming our way that is unprecedented in its magnitude and size, a disaster which will destroy the planet, very soon and not one politician or world leader can stop it from happening because we have already crossed the point of no return years ago, we as a planet are on death row waiting for sentence to be carried out.


Let us indulge…

WWF: Wild animals living on Earth is set to fall by two-thirds by 2020

It’s already over for many animal species: In just three years’ time the World will have lost two-thirds of all wild animals.

This amazing statistic from The Living Planet Index goes on: The number of wild animals living on Earth is set to fall by two-thirds by 2020, according to a new report, part of a mass extinction that is destroying the natural world upon which humanity depends.

By 2050 they will all be gone but don’t worry the world we know won’t be here to witness the event.

The analysis, the most comprehensive to date, indicates that animal populations plummeted by 58% between 1970 and 2012, with losses on track to reach 67% by 2020. Researchers from WWF and the Zoological Society of London compiled the report from scientific data and found that the destruction of wild habitats, hunting and pollution were to blame.

Oceans just as bad

Our oceans are in a similar condition, with the Fukushima accident poisoning the Pacific and the stricken nuclear plant sinking deeper into the ground and no known way to fix the problem, the only option is to wait and see what happens in the next 50 years! It really is that bad.

Warming seas are causing toxic dead zones all over the world’s oceans killing billions of fish, tropical barrier reefs around the world are dying due to the warmth and with massive over fishing we are causing too much stress on the fish which are left, without doubt, we are too far down the line to save our oceans, they too, soon will die just like the fish inside them and the animals on land.

A study by Boris Worm, PhD, of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, — with colleagues in the U.K., U.S., Sweden, and Panama claims all ocean life will be extinct within the next 25 years. Once again the world we know won’t be here to witness the event

Major quakes up by more than 400% since 1900

Major earthquakes have risen more than 400% since 1900 despite USGS telling us otherwise, in the first 16 years of the 20th century 97 major quakes were recorded on Earth compared to 2, 697 in the first 16 years of the 21st century.

Volcano activity shows a similar spike to the quakes.

Droughts and floods

Ethiopia, South Sudan, Somalia, Niger, Kenya and Cameroon are enduring their worst drought in 50 years with millions suffering severe hunger.

In a new phenomenon ”the weather bomb” which drops incredible amounts of water in an area very quickly has wiped out other crippling droughts around the world more or less overnight…

Peru, Colombia, California, Zimbabwe, New Zealand and Madagascar, Namibia and Angola, all have had yearlong droughts virtually wiped out this year, overnight, by massive amounts of rainfall often bringing many casualties and damage with it.

Wild fires

With nearly half a billion dead trees in California and Colorado it’s not surprising wildfires are accelerating in the U.S. However, it’s not just America it is a global phenomenon which is rising at an alarming rate just in the last year.

In Florida the first three months of 2017 saw a 250% increase in wild-fires but the new “super fire” are not only destroying millions of acres of bush but appear to be cable of destroying entire cities.

Recently, Christchurch, New Zealand was hit hard by wild-fires with thousands evacuated; Chile had its biggest ever wild-fire with a whole town destroyed.

Wildfires across several states in central U.S. in March, consumed an incredible one million acres killing thousands of calving cattle causing evacuation of thousands.

The monster ‘Blue Cut’ and Sand Canyon fire’s last summer caused the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people and caused devastation on a Biblical scale.

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