Billy Meier on what’s ahead for Brazil and South America
On July 27, Billy Meier was asked about the future of Brazil and South America, as it becomes even clearer now that the western powers are driving the world into more devastating wars. Meier said that Brazil is still one of the upcoming countries regarding the near and distant future. But his concern is about the still huge and strongly delusional belief in Catholicism that can be found almost everywhere in Brazil.
Brazil and the rest of South America are mentioned as among the very few places around the world that could be considered as safe, if a big and “nasty” war would take place between the West and the East. In that case, it’s absolutely possible that millions of refugees would try to move especially to Brazil.
Huge Increase in Immigration
Unofficial reports confirm an influx of immigrants from African countries in the north of Brazil. This is still not officially acknowledged. Also, over 125,000 Venezuelans have crossed into Brazil, as they try to escape the societal breakdown there.
In the last 10 years, immigration to Brazil jumped 160%. In 2015, almost 120,000 immigrants, mainly from Haiti, Bolivia, Columbia, Argentina, China, Portugal, arrived in Brazil, as well as 4,747 North Americans.
The American Taliban
Speaking of Americans, who would’ve thought that American leftists would go so far as to emulate the statue destroying Taliban, in their hell bent rush to roll over the rights of their fellow Americans while trying to delegitimize an election they disagreed with?
So insipid and pathetically weak are those who kowtow to the bullying and political correctness from the left that they’ve gone to even greater lengths to avoid “offending” these losers. And does anyone else see the irony in all of this being related to a…football game, that all-American pastime where (supposedly) manly men crash in concussion-causing collisions while trying to “gain territory” in this mock war?
It’s not that there’s something really new in terms of American policies; we were warned about the dead-end course and, more recently, the lurking dangers, the causes of which are to be found in these policies. So now, the citizens of this country also have a ringside seat* to the fulfillment of the prophecies. While it would be, and would’ve been, much preferred that the people paid attention to and responded reasonably to the many decades of warnings, it seems instead that we’re very much at the point that Billy Meier lamented regarding those “who can’t do anything to stop what’s going on”.
Clueless in Canada, or Just as Dumb 2
To the north of us, the prime minister of Canada appears to be having an uh-oh moment as some reality seems to be seeping into his coiffed cranium.
Maybe we can see a pattern here, how dumb charmers get put into office, like Trudeau and the make-up happy Marcon, as part of the globalist agenda. But while that dubious kind of charm may have influenced gullible voters in their countries, it doesn’t exactly explain the appeal of the dreadful, psychopathic “Angel” of Germany, who’s condemned her citizens, and much of Europe, to a rather nasty fate. Nonetheless, Sfath also forewarned Meier, in 1946, that this “irresponsible, naive-sick woman might-holder in Germany will contribute all the more to the fact that millions of refugees will stream to Europe from politically and economically underdeveloped as well as unsafe war-burdened countries which have fallen prey to terrorism.”
Ain’t Got No Beef with This Idea
But Look Out
Speaking of food, with Amazon purchasing Whole Foods, they’re well on their way to facilitating a one-source-only, Orwellian way to control almost everything people need and want…which is a way to control everyone. Maybe Bezos himself will ultimately be a casualty of the monolithic machine he’s created. Kinda like how robots will turn against their creators, as not only Elon Musk has warned but, long before him, Billy Meier.
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