Predictive Programming — US Civil War? – Dec 11, 2019

Andrew follows up on his 2018,  CIA-Controlled Media Pushing Civil War Narrative 
“Let’s remember that Civil Wars (like Revolutions) ARE NEVER SPONTANEOUS. The quiet elite plan them years ahead.”
Do you think the US is headed for a civil war?

by Andrew — (

There are too many articles predicting America is in for another Civil War Since the beginning of 2019, there’s a new one every week.
I’ve come to see these stories as PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING which is psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes.
When these changes are put through, the public is already be familiar with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening public resistance and commotion. For example, March 2, 2019, The Washington Post:
“At a moment when the country has never seemed angrier, two political commentators from opposite sides of the divide concurred recently on one point that was once nearly unthinkable: The country is on the verge of “civil war.”


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3 responses to “Predictive Programming — US Civil War?”

  1. High profile jews have said for some while that america was doomed to civil war and this is why migrants are being packed in by the million
    “Palestine today tommorrow America ” said Nutenyahoo”
    when america is bled dry israel will let it destroy itself
    Same a s the UK where several studies show more migrants than brits now in these isles
    the UK is also destined for race riots and civil war, its been planneda long while
    Enoch Powell told the public what was in store as did Oswald Mosely

  2. It does not look good for the USA. The average citizenry is deluded by propaganda and false paradigms and cannot think independently, logically or rationally about the issues that are affecting liberty, freedom and constitutional justice. We have been completely re-educated and pacified over a long period of time. I believe that the next civil war will be fought at the ballot box by headstrong ignorant egotistical social warriors who will vote to imprison us all with draconian legislation. The next civil war will be won without a shot being fired. Instead “the state” will just enforce increasingly more restrictive and controlling laws that will be instituted in the name of our own safety and equality. In my opinion Americans are so badly informed about how the Constitution, Government and the Justice system work that the Dog & Pony shows ( like the impeachment hearings ) will be the new normal and face very little resistance or opposition from the public at large. The Warren commission, 911 commission, and Iran Contra debacles are proof of how far the deceptions can be played out to protect the guilty parties from being unmasked or even looked at with a discerning eye. The Nuremberg trials are another good example of casting diversions away from the guilty parties so that further advancement of the cause goes on without a hitch. The stakes for the next civil war is the mind and they have conquered the weakest already by taking advantage of the dearth of Spiritual knowledge and the strength of Luciferian ideologies that have been disguised as “social justice” causes. The “bread & circuses” of everyday life have sufficiently preoccupied the masses and diverted their attention from the temperature of the water in the pot worldwide. People cannot smell the stench of what is going on because they have allowed themselves to be led around by clinched fingers on the nose.

  3. ellis taylor.. An old but very good saying.. Believe half of what you see and nothing of what you hear!
    In 2018, people born outside the UK made up an estimated 14% of the UK’s population, or 9.3 million people

    The size of the foreign-born population in the UK increased from about 5.3 million in 2004 to almost 9.3 million in 2018 (Figure 1). The small decline in the estimated number of foreign-born people between 2017 and 2018 was not statistically significant, and other data sources suggest that net migration to the UK in recent years remains positive (see the Migration Observatory briefing, Net migration in the UK).

    Although the numbers of EU migrants have increased more rapidly than non-EU migrants over the past decade, Non-EU foreign born still make up a majority of the foreign-born population. In 2018, 39% of migrants were born in the EU. More information about EU migration is available in the Migration Observatory briefing, EU Migration to and From the UK.