UFO warnings about dangerous US policies reached “global intelligence” company in 2006
I just discovered, thanks to Matt Knight, that WikiLeaks has included correspondence from me to Stratfor, a “global intelligence” company. In another one of the emails, John Gibbons of Stratfor wrote, “The name alone scares me. theyfly.com.”
In my 2006 email to Stratfor – which I didn’t know “fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations” and “government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency” – I conveyed some of the warnings from Billy Meier about the threat posed to our future survival by US policies. Other people also contacted Stratfor to inform them about Meier’s information.
Now, 10 years later, the prescient nature of Meier’s very specific warnings are ceaselessly, inescapably fulfilling, with indications that they could reach fatally irreversible proportions.
The USA after 2020
In 2012, discussing information first given to him in 1975, Meier pondered that “the superpower USA could come to an end after 2020, if nothing in this country changes for the better by then, and if those who are the USA’s allies continue to dissociate from that country, or even become open enemies of that country, etc.”
In responding to him, Ptaah stated:
“That could be so, but also to consider is that which the Obama followers will do next and which internal and external policies they pursue, because this will also determine that which will happen after 2020.”
It was later clarified that the more correct translation from the German is “the Obama successors”. We are now only a short time away from learning who will directly succeed Obama and what policies they will pursue. It’s also no secret that one of the presidential candidates is already saber-rattling, deliberately and senselessly trying to provoke Russia into a suicidal nuclear war.
As asked several times before, the people were warned…and did they listen? Apparently not.
Maybe Stratfor – and the so-called intelligence agencies – weren’t “scared” enough.