Projection Political Projection – the Democrat and Republican blind spots October 4, 2019 09:40 Posted in: Politics - Psychological projection is a defense mechanism in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence while attributing them to others. When it comes to politics, what this means is, what you believe your opponents are doing, in fact, one does themselves. Another way to say this is to ask oneself, what are our blind spots?  We shall focus here on the U.S., but these may be similar political attributes… Continue Reading
African colonization, serial enslavers? October 1, 2019 07:08 Posted in: Economy, Politics - There are a couple of memes that have been floating around for some times concerning African colonization and African slavery in the U.S. Theses memes are: Meme #1) The world is plundering Africa's wealth of "billions of dollars a year." Meme #2) Historian and author Edward E. Baptist explains that American slavery helped (even instrumental) the U.S. go from a "colonial economy to the biggest industrial power in the world." In this article, Baptist gave his arguments for this idea… Continue Reading
Qanon QAnon – is it real, doing what and who are they? September 29, 2019 13:40 Posted in: Politics - "Q" is a mysterious and anonymous online figure. Q began posting on anonymous Internet message boards around October of 2017. The person or persons behind the Q persona claim to possess a top-level security clearance and evidence of a worldwide criminal conspiracy - including the Clintons, globalists, Satanic cults, sex trafficking rings, drugs, money laundering and parts of the Democratic Party operatives. Q is identified as the core inner circle, where Q+ or QAnon are those identified by Q, though… Continue Reading
Tytler Democracy Cycle Tytler Cycle of Freedom – where are we? September 28, 2019 09:34 Posted in: Politics - Alexander Tytler was a Scottish advocate, judge, writer and historian who served as Professor of Universal History, and Greek and Roman Antiquities at the University of Edinburgh. Tyler lived at the same time as the American founding fathers and described a repeating cycle in history. Tyler found that democratic societies went through this same cycle again and again and that the cycle lasted roughly 200 years each time. The idea states that democracy is temporary in nature. It is difficult… Continue Reading
Joe Biden Impeach Trump! Ukraine quid-pro-quo or nothing-burger? September 26, 2019 07:12 Posted in: News, Politics - The 5 pages of a rough transcript of Trump's call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is now released - it rocked the U.S. political world. This was the culmination of the recent impeachment calls from Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the House Democrats when they opened a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump. A "so-called" whistleblower and this Trump telephone call are the source evidence provided for the impeachment inquiry. The Democrats' case is that Trump asked a favor of the… Continue Reading
MKUltra A MKUltra mind-control program guide to cause mass shootings? September 25, 2019 17:58 Posted in: Politics, Science & Technology - For those who traffic in conspiracies about men in black doing highly immoral and illegal things, project MKUltra is for you. As revealed by the Church Committee and the Rockefeller Commission in 1975, MKUltra was an officially sanctioned CIA program that conducted mind-control experiments (even to have subjects perform covert activities) on unwitting subjects. It was highly illegal, but it nevertheless formally ran from 1953 to 1973. It is said to be non-operational today. Still, mystery surrounds the conspiracy-sphere on… Continue Reading
Trump At UN Trump launches war on the globalists, can he win? September 25, 2019 09:41 Posted in: News, Politics - President Trump addressed the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, September 24, 2019, touching on topics including Iran, the trade war with China, border security, and an attack on globalism. The key takeaways of Trump's U.N. speech were when he said, "Nations should put their own citizens first. The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots." Trump goes on to say, "If you want freedom, take pride in your country. If you want democracy, hold on to… Continue Reading
Republicans fleeing Congress, are they running scared? September 24, 2019 10:01 Posted in: News, Politics - Republicans are fleeing Congress with mass retirement announcements, are they running scared? A media narrative has formed that many Congressional Republicans are retiring to avoid the coming bloodbath in the U.S. 2020 elections. There is a divisive nature of politics in America today, brought on by current President Donald Trump - says the narrative. This divisive nature will no doubt affect the Congressional down-ballot - whether it be positive or negative. This presents a problem for Republican Party leaders. Incumbents… Continue Reading
Trudeau Blackface Mr. Blackface Trudeau to win the Canadian election? September 23, 2019 10:22 Posted in: News, Politics - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (47) is in the spotlight after being mocked for images showing him in blackface, which have threatened to derail his re-election campaign. Pictures first emerged showing him in brown makeup at a 2001 Arabian Nights party when he was a 29-year-old teacher - then there were two other occurrences of his love for this behavior - he implied there could be more. Trudeau held a hasty press conference on his plane and apologized for the… Continue Reading
Joe Biden Impeach Trump! Whistleblower says somebody said something – Omg! September 21, 2019 05:20 Posted in: News, Politics - President Trump may have betrayed the United States after a whistleblower lodged an "urgent" complaint about something Trump promised some another world leader - the details of which no one really knows. So they finally "got em." Impeach Trump! because ... somebody said something. Omg! It has been a steady, planned drip-feed (do we really need to go into the details) over past few 24-hour news cycles from none other than America's favorite so-called journalists at The Washington Post and… Continue Reading
Stacey Abrams Stacey Abrams, still won’t concede – civil elections gone? September 17, 2019 04:07 Posted in: Culture, Politics - Stacey Abrams lost her 2018 bid for the Georgia governorship in a contentious race against then Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Despite acknowledging Kemp as the legal victor, Abrams has refused to concede the election. Abrams said, "Concession in the political space is an acknowledgment that the process was fair ... and I don't believe that to be so." News Forecasters asks, is Stacey Abrams just a sore loser? And what are the ramification to the democratic process, when… Continue Reading
Abqaiq Saudi Oil Saudi oil facility attacked, Oil price spike, what next? September 16, 2019 05:27 Posted in: Economy, News, Politics - Early Saturday (September 14, 2019), the Khurais oilfield operated by Saudi Aramco, the state-owned oil giant, and the Abqaiq oil processing facility was attacked by a number of drones. Saudi officials say the strikes have cut production by 5.7 million barrels per day - about 50% of their total output and 5% of global supplies. Yemen's Iranian-backed Houthi rebels have claimed credit for the attacks, but U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo directly blamed Iran. Iran denied Sunday U.S. accusations that it was behind… Continue Reading
Mitch McConnell Can the Socialist agenda be STOPPED, the filibuster? September 14, 2019 09:01 Posted in: Economy, Politics - In the event, the current U.S. President Donald Trump loses the 2020 election, there is a belief that the socialists will come to power and dramatically change America - and it would. Many believe that Joe Biden, the current Democrat leader to challenge Trump, won't be the eventual Democrat nominee - too gaffe-prone and too old. Next up are the Progressives, Bernie Sanders (a declared socialist) and Elizabeth Warren (who has similar views as Bernie Sanders). Usually, the political party… Continue Reading
How many genders are there? bread and circus? September 14, 2019 02:41 Posted in: Culture, Politics - How many genders are there? If you thought two, you apparently are not keeping up with the times. In 2014 Facebook proclaimed there were 58 genders. The BBC recently tells primary school children that there are over 100 genders. In 2019 we are up to 112 now. Since we are told gender is fluid, mathematically we could theoretically have infinity, correct? News Forecasters will keep our opinions to ourselves in terms of how many genders there are, but nevertheless these… Continue Reading
Hanging Chad Florida demographics, Trump loses in 2020 by 28,000 votes? September 13, 2019 05:02 Posted in: Politics - We are rapidly approaching the 2020 presidential elections. One does not have to speculate much to know that this is a pivotal election. Will America go socialist or continue on its current path, a pseudo capitalist society. Pulling the rest of the world with it. Despite what you think of the current U.S. President Donald Trump, understanding his declared election chances will be critical in understanding what happens next on the global stage. News Forecasters believes despite the other election… Continue Reading
Population Control Bernie Sanders, population control because climate change? September 12, 2019 09:07 Posted in: News, Politics - Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sparked outrage after linking abortion to population control during a climate change town hall discussion on how to combat global climate change. "I realize this is a poisonous topic for politicians, but it is crucial to face," an audience member asked. "Well ... the answer is yes," Sanders responded. The world's leading climate scientists have warned we have only 12 years before global warming hits a tipping point to where the global heating process we are… Continue Reading
French Killer Green Slime Killer green slime, is modern agriculture killing us? September 11, 2019 08:09 Posted in: Economy, Politics, Science & Technology - Six French Brittany beaches were closed because of a mass of dangerous killer green algae slime. The bay of Saint-Brieuc was the focus, with bulldozers piling so much green algae into trucks on the beach, that an inland treatment center, where green algae are dried out and disposed of, briefly closed due to an unbearable stench. Local residents complained the smell was so bad it woke them up at night. Several people have died, including 30 wild boars. Environmentalists say… Continue Reading
Dylann Roof Is a race war winnable? September 10, 2019 11:23 Posted in: Culture, Politics - Dylann Roof, the white supremacist terrorist behind the 2015 Charleston massacre, which killed nine black churchgoers, issued his manifesto and stated he wanted to kick off a race war in America. Others have also chimed in and posed the concept of a race war beginning to be waged in our current politics. News Forecasters asks, is a race war winnable? The short answer is - it depends. The key elements in winning a race war are an ideology, demographics, and… Continue Reading
Sharpie Gate Sharpie-Gate, is the U.S. controlling, weaponizing hurricanes? September 9, 2019 09:22 Posted in: Politics, Science & Technology - Now that hurricane Dorian is fading both on the weather map and the news, events turn to the rescue and recovery of those that suffered in its path. Still others in the conspiracy world are raising questions of what really happened during the events of Dorian. Not only the strange path of hurricane Dorian, but as well the seemingly strange manufactured stories that accompanied it. The conspiracy story says that the U.S. was secretly involved with weather modification in order… Continue Reading
Trump Economy It’s the economy, stupid – Trump’s Achilles’ heel? September 8, 2019 16:46 Posted in: Economy, Politics - According to a recent poll by Harvard-Harris, 57% of Americans would blame President Trump if the U.S. slid into a recession in the next year (see this article's featured chart). Early on in the Trump presidency, some Democrats were touting the good economic numbers as Obama's legacy - the previous U.S. president. Now, the economy is showing some rough edges. For sure, it is now Trump's economy.  "It's the economy, stupid," a slogan James Carville coined as a campaign strategist… Continue Reading