My prediction: the frog continues to slowly boil. There will be no collapse, nor serious threat to the regime ruling the west. The economy and outlook for the average person will continue to descend, but gradually, not enough to cause serious discomfort that might stoke actual revolutionary impulses, at least not in the US.
Russia and Ukraine will be locked in a dour stalemate with both sides perpetually convinced victory is imminent, but in fact the war will drag on indefinitely with no real change in status quo. Europe will feel the effects of this, but Americans won't, because the elites will insulate us from it. Look at the gas price situation earlier this year - people were getting upset about paying more at the pump, so the powers that be manipulated things to drop prices back down. Can't have the American populace getting too uppity now, can we? Expect more of this. And more socio-cultural brainwashing with increased insane propaganda. Of course, this is the easiest and most reliable prediction of all.
More people will continue to awaken to the truth of things, but it won’t practically affect much. Complaining on the Internet about how the world seems to be falling apart may be cathartic, but we've been doing it for a long time now and it's not changing anything. The reason why we can still speak here and these kinds of venues haven't been shut down a long time ago is because if we have an "outlet" like this for grumbling about the degenerate state of the world, we're less likely to actually do anything about it. Not that I'm any better, aside from raising my family, I hardly know where to start with such a thing.
I don't think we'll see another incident of medical tyranny yet. We will see more chronic issues, lowered birth rates, and random deaths as a result of the Covid injections, but projections of massive numbers of the injected dropping dead all of a sudden clearly aren't happening and the catastrophic predictions of critics of the injections were overblown. There will be various pushes for booster shots and such, but otherwise, not much movement here. I think it'll be a few more years before the next big push for vaccine passports and increased controls restricting dissidents from working, buying, speaking publicly.
We may see an increase in climate change propaganda, which could be used to push the agenda forward. It'll be interesting to see if there's any meaningful revolt against this, as it seems possible depending on how hard they push. Otherwise, I suspect 2023 will be somewhat understated and a consolidation of the Globohomo status quo with no meaningful political or social victories for our "side."
On the other hand, I think the outlook for Orthodoxy in the West is positive and think we'll see more growth as Christians continue to grow disillusioned with the shallowness of evangelicalism and continued ecclesiastical turbulence of Rome. However, expect to see Orthodox Christians become acceptable targets for persecution as the media ramps up associating us with Big Bad Putin.