2024 Predictions

Alas, I should have had this article ready to publish on New Years. Oh well, better late than never.

I love making predictions. Of course, I can’t see the future, so I generally shy away from specific predictions. In short, I tend to predict the obvious, though I have still been wrong on occasion. For example, I predicted that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 pResidential (s)election. (I never voted for Hillary or Trump, both of whom I revile.)

This time around, I’m predicting Trump will win. Biden’s signature issue is his mental health. His supporters don’t seem terribly enthusiastic about supporting him. In contrast, Trump’s fan club treats their man like the Messiah. In fact, I predict that Trump will win by a landslide, at least in relative terms; the overall voter turnout could be a record low.

Ukraine will surrender before the end of the year. If I’m wrong, then it must surely fall in 2025. The Ukrainians simply can’t win a war of attrition against Russia, and the news from the front has been overwhelmingly bad for Ukraine lately.

It’s hard to guess what’s going to happen next in the Middle East. In the long run, Israel’s future is looking increasingly shaky. I’m even daring to dream the unthinkable, that I might live to see that bastard nation erased from the map. Unfortunately, there appears to be no relief in sight for the wretched people trying to survive in Gaza.

When Ukraine collapses, I wonder if Russia might get more involved in the Middle East.

The Chinese have been making steady progress on almost all fronts and are now said to be just a generation behind the West in the manufacture of computer chips. I predict China will be on a par with the West by 2030, and I wonder if it might possibly declare victory by the end of 2025.

The extraordinary explosion of China’s military power is simply breath-taking. If I was in charge of China’s military, I would go on the offensive. Now that the Chinese are capable of defending themselves from Western aggression, it’s time to acquire a few strategic military bases in other countries. I predict China will add at least one such base to its empire in 2024, quite likely in West Africa. It also seems likely that China might acquire one or more bases in the Middle East in the near future.

My hope that China might build a military base in Argentina was dashed when that lunatic Javier Milei was (s)elected pResident. What will happen next in that poor country is anyone’s guess. However, I can’t imagine how that assclown could possibly succeed, and I’m hoping Argentinians will revolt and topple his regime. It would be delicious if he was assassinated in the process.

The economic news from around the world is dire, particularly in the West. Japan had the world’s second biggest economy until it was eclipsed by China. Now, it has reportedly fallen into fourth place behind Germany, which is itself struggling for survival. The UK is also said to be in bad shape. In fact, most of Europe appears to be stuck in an economic morass, largely created by the U.S., which has also stabbed Japan and South Korea in the back.

Some people are predicting that BRICS will lower the boom on the U.S. economy in 2024, further predicting that it will collapse. I’m not bold enough to make any predictions there, but I do think our economy is on the precipice. I certainly expect it to collapse by 2030.

In other good news, hatred of Jews will continue growing as those bastards continue arrogantly carrying out their campaign of genocide in Palestine, continuously interrupted by hysterical claims that the Jews are the ones who are being persecuted.

It looks like Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) may grab the headlines in Africa. From the legendary King Leopold of Belgium to the White House controlled by the Jews, the West’s hands are drenched in Congolese blood. It appears that the situation may be worsening, and growing publicity will encourage other countries to rally behind the DRC. It would be too ambitious to predict that the Congo will throw off its Western yoke in 2024, but it may make a leap in that direction.

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