What will happen in 2022?

tom

Sparrow
There are a number of important elections in 2022, including the US, Brazil, France, South Korea, Australia, and Sweden. The globalists will likely use various techniques to prevent any populist leaders from being elected, including increased COVID hysteria where they think it will work, and a rollback on restrictions if they think it will work better. It looks to me like the US is one of the places where they're pulling back on the Covid hysteria, so their focus will be on "election/voting reform" and some kind of economic incentive to try to bribe voters to vote for Democrats. We may see more trumped-up, kangaroo-court criminal prosecutions of populist candidates like they're trying to do to Trump in the US.

They will ramp up the climate change hysteria because it works well with leftists, including moderate ones. We may see more violent climate protests in some countries like the UK in the same manner as we saw Antifa/BLM riots in US cities last year.
Incredibly important that we leverage previous predictions that they will use the climate weapon.
 

palsofchaos

Sparrow
Catholic
What would such a policy accomplish? The vast majority of Boomers are double-jabbed.

Its not so much what the policy can accomplish, but rather its a policy that the federal government can implement. These are federal benefits and thus can be mandated by the federal government. The federal government can only attack federal benefits because that's all it has jurisdiction over. Large sweeping mandates over anything that isn't a federal benefit will not work in the United States. Our governing system isn't designed to do that and some part or form of the government will strike it down.

An example of this would be the mask mandates last winter. These were mandated by the states and not by the federal government. The federal government didn't even try.

However, what the federal government can't do through policy it can do through money. States can always be strong-armed by the withholding of federal funds.

An example of this would be when every state changed its drinking age from 18 to 21. The last holdout was Wisconsin. The federal government had to threaten the withholding of highway funds to get Wisconsin to change their drinking age to 21.
 

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
I can't see this climate change stuff getting traction unless those weather manipulation methods they have are better than I think they are.

To me if the current trend of the 'rona narrative unravelling continues, 2022 will see either massive economic crash or war. They will have to change the channel at a level where people respond. I know they like climate change but people just aren't passionate about it, especially when their lives are interfered with (gas and home heating prices)
It's kind of funny but that is what we thought pre-Covid hoax. I think many of us assumed such false flags would just be done incompetently and lead to nothing, but two years later so much has changed. I am sure they have a lot of power to manipulate weather, but most importantly they have the ability to control the perception of weather. Even if a crisis takes place somewhere in La Palma for example (as we saw) they could theoretically say that it imminently threatens America, or wherever they want to change. The beauty of the climate thing is that it literally permeates pretty much everything. Actually they will probably fuse the disease narrative with climate somehow by saying that climate change has created a perfect storm breeding ground for new dangerous covid variants.
 

Padouk

 
Banned
Non-Christian
It might be just the UK (and partly USA) for now but as I said in the opening post they are reverting the narrative.

Treat Covid like the FLU: Ex-chief of the UK's vaccine taskforce calls for 'new targeted strategy' to manage the virus and says population-based jabs should be scrapped after boosters as daily cases fall by almost TWENTY PER CENT on last week to 146,390​

 

Nordwand

Pelican
Other Christian
As with last year, my eyes will be on music festivals and, to a lesser extent, rock concerts. The early cancellation of the Glastonbury Festival proved to be a pretty good barometer for the year as a whole, so I'm watching intently with that one.
 
It might be just the UK (and partly USA) for now but as I said in the opening post they are reverting the narrative.

Treat Covid like the FLU: Ex-chief of the UK's vaccine taskforce calls for 'new targeted strategy' to manage the virus and says population-based jabs should be scrapped after boosters as daily cases fall by almost TWENTY PER CENT on last week to 146,390​


This is really promising.
 

Louis

Chicken
Catholic
France is folding too

France should not impose mandatory vaccination, government spokesperson says​

A mandatory vaccination order would not be the most efficient way to encourage people to get vaccinated, French government spokesperson Gabriel Attal said. Source

Sadly I don't think France has folded or intends to soon. Yes, they don't intend to make the vaccine mandatory but only because, in the government's own words, there are better ways to make it mandatory than to "mandate" it. Rather than a mandate they have put in place a digital pass without which you can do very little. Up to now the pass could be obtained with a negative test (valid only 24 hours so already not practical), but the testing option is going away as early as next week. Afterwards the only way to get the pass is to be fully vaccinated (this includes boosters), and the only way to live a normal life is with the pass. It's effectively a mandate, it is supported even by some of Macron's challengers on the right for this spring's election, and most of the other contenders have largely avoided the topic which gives little hope they would forcefully oppose it, even if they were elected, which seems unlikely.

Maybe the day will come, but it has not arrived yet that anything about the narrative or direction has changed in France.
 

Padouk

 
Banned
Non-Christian
Sadly I don't think France has folded or intends to soon. Yes, they don't intend to make the vaccine mandatory but only because, in the government's own words, there are better ways to make it mandatory than to "mandate" it. Rather than a mandate they have put in place a digital pass without which you can do very little. Up to now the pass could be obtained with a negative test (valid only 24 hours so already not practical), but the testing option is going away as early as next week. Afterwards the only way to get the pass is to be fully vaccinated (this includes boosters), and the only way to live a normal life is with the pass. It's effectively a mandate, it is supported even by some of Macron's challengers on the right for this spring's election, and most of the other contenders have largely avoided the topic which gives little hope they would forcefully oppose it, even if they were elected, which seems unlikely.

Maybe the day will come, but it has not arrived yet that anything about the narrative or direction has changed in France.

Give it few months and they'll drop that too. You have presidential elections in April, I understand, so some populist is likely to pick up the narrative from across the channel in hopes to win some votes.
 

DenizenJane

Woodpecker
Non-Christian
I predict a lot of restaurants closing, at least in the USA. I also predict that the ones surviving are going to be compelled to pay a full hourly wage and discard the tipping system for the sake of keeping employees.

This will primarily happen in the largest cities, for obvious reasons. With all the new to-go order business they get by not allowing a third or so of their clientele to dine-in, there's inevitably going to be tiny retaliations without technically losing customers. A guaranteed no-tip will be one of them.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Sadly I don't think France has folded or intends to soon. Yes, they don't intend to make the vaccine mandatory but only because, in the government's own words, there are better ways to make it mandatory than to "mandate" it. Rather than a mandate they have put in place a digital pass without which you can do very little. Up to now the pass could be obtained with a negative test (valid only 24 hours so already not practical), but the testing option is going away as early as next week. Afterwards the only way to get the pass is to be fully vaccinated (this includes boosters), and the only way to live a normal life is with the pass. It's effectively a mandate, it is supported even by some of Macron's challengers on the right for this spring's election, and most of the other contenders have largely avoided the topic which gives little hope they would forcefully oppose it, even if they were elected, which seems unlikely.

Maybe the day will come, but it has not arrived yet that anything about the narrative or direction has changed in France.
Exactly plus the fact that they always introduce the words first. So by reading this message you already have the word compulsory vaccination in your head. Then later when it gets back again because the omnidelflurona variant has come and it's so bad, you're already prompted and have some familiarity with the word, which will make the shock less when they ''have'' to make it compulsory.
 

Nomadiccat

 
Banned
Oriental Orthodox
Their method is 2 steps forward, 1 step backwards. Never believe them when they're backing out of anything, this is just to
distract their victims and prevent resistance.
They have a Plan they must follow at any cost. They might change the forms of tyranny and timelines but they need to finish vax passport-isation, digital-everything transformation, transhumanist stuff, one-world-government enslavement plan.
If they seem to be backing out, it's tactical, only to re-group. They don't plan to cancel the tyranny neither there'll be a way of quietly complying out.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Their method is 2 steps forward, 1 step backwards. Never believe them when they're backing out of anything, this is just to
distract their victims and prevent resistance.
They have a Plan they must follow at any cost. They might change the forms of tyranny and timelines but they need to finish vax passport-isation, digital-everything transformation, transhumanist stuff, one-world-government enslavement plan.
If they seem to be backing out, it's tactical, only to re-group. They don't plan to cancel the tyranny neither there'll be a way of quietly complying out.
Exactly, same as Denmark stopping with the QR, then getting the QR, stopping the QR, getting the QR. The masses must maintain a baseline of hope, otherwise they'd go mad, just like someone knowing he'd be in jail for the rest of his life would go mad if he had no hope of getting out.
 

Nomadiccat

 
Banned
Oriental Orthodox
Exactly, same as Denmark stopping with the QR, then getting the QR, stopping the QR, getting the QR. The masses must maintain a baseline of hope, otherwise they'd go mad, just like someone knowing he'd be in jail for the rest of his life would go mad if he had no hope of getting out.
And Denmark are the good guys compared to much of the rest of Europe. Same as recurrent lockdowns, curfews, masks. They make a restrictive mandate, and cancel less restrictive one, then bring it back. Or declare near end of coronahoax, then hit with new variant and worst restrictions.
They know people need to blow off steam.
This is well-known "Waves of Terror" manipulation technique.



Sweden remains unmolested by this war, but I believe it's only because they're in the forefront of some of the stuff, like socialism, wokeness, climate agenda, voluntarily vaxing, microchipping, it probably not random that vax passport microchips had been recently showcased in Sweden.
 
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Nordwand

Pelican
Other Christian
As with last year, my eyes will be on music festivals and, to a lesser extent, rock concerts. The early cancellation of the Glastonbury Festival proved to be a pretty good barometer for the year as a whole, so I'm watching intently with that one.

We have the year's first postponements. Finnish rock band Nightwish have put back a clutch of dates in the far east, already rescheduled at least once, from this month to Jan 2023. The album they're promoting was released in April 2020!
 

presidentcarter

Ostrich
Protestant
Gold Member
Exactly, same as Denmark stopping with the QR, then getting the QR, stopping the QR, getting the QR. The masses must maintain a baseline of hope, otherwise they'd go mad, just like someone knowing he'd be in jail for the rest of his life would go mad if he had no hope of getting out.
Isn't it great to be rooted and grounded in Christ? Like riding in the ark in a storm.
 
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