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    ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

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    The ‘World In 2019’ Economist Magazine Cover Hints At The Arrival Of The ‘End Game’
    OCTOBER 14, 2018 · UPDATED OCTOBER 14, 2018
    https://thedailycoin.org/2018/10/14/...-the-end-game/
    All the money that exists cannot buy Earth, and the evidence is that we destroy our habitat as a result, thinking that we can just seize and pillage as we see fit. If crowds endorse the pursuit of wealth at their own level, they cannot prevent multinationals from doing exactly the same. The “dystopian endless growth paradigm” is going to end with a bang but will open the door to a premise endorsing that Earth is the only wealth we truly have while journeying through life.

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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    Why an armadillo? Portends an overturning of the present order?


    Armadillos in myth and story

    An ancient Maya legend says that the first armadillos were created to teach a lesson in humility to a couple of minor gods. According to the legend, Hachakyum, the Maya Sun God, sat the two unruly deities down on a bench before all the other gods. The bench was suddenly transformed into a pair of armadillos, which immediately jumped up in the air — tumbling the two disobedient gods onto their backsides in disgrace.


    Vitruvian man (us - the unwashed masses) holding weed, and a baseball and mark-of-the-beast on the one hand - population anesthesized, distracted and accounted! Notice his virtual reality goggles!
    Vitruvian man's other hand holds GOLD over a balance of populations: those who have the GOLD (China, Russia and members of the Silk Road initiative) make the rules; populations without GOLD (USA and EU) sink into third world status.

    Whitman and Gandhi: get used to a simply subsistence lifestyle

    Four horsemen of the Apocalypse underneath Putin's pipelines: Russia's natural gas to Europe and Asia will deliver the final deathblow to the Petrodollar and an American economic apocalypse comes.

    Elephant with upgoing tusk - the rise of India

    Da Vinci's 14th century flying machine going to the moon: has as much a chance of getting there as USA landing on the moon in 1969 (it didn't)

    Pelican delivering a barcoded package: demise of brick and mortar retail and rise of internet commerce

    Mobile satellite dish and "New horizons to Ultima Thule," a traditional name for distant places beyond the known world

    Trump undergoing facial recognition - just another slave like the rest of us



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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    Dunno what that’s supposed to represent but it doesn’t come close to looking like an armadillo.

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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

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    Dunno what that’s supposed to represent but it doesn’t come close to looking like an armadillo.

    Pangolin, cousin of armadillo, an endangered species. Are TPTB trying to tell us something?


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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    Pangolin, cousin of armadillo, an endangered species. Are TPTB trying to tell us something?
    We don't need the Rottenchilds telling us we're in the sixth mass extinction which has been going on for nearly 50 years.

    NO shortages of armadillos in this part of the country.
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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    Quote Originally Posted by midnight rambler View Post
    We don't need the Rottenchilds telling us we're in the sixth mass extinction which has been going on for nearly 50 years.

    NO shortages of armadillos in this part of the country.
    Heard they're good eats - and the scales make excellent pavers!
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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    Dine on armadillo? Ewww, gross (I have, unbeknownst to me until after the fact, it was not a pleasant experience). Don't you know that armadillos have been known to be leprosy vectors?

    FYI, the 'armor' on armadillos is pretty lame, it's more like skin. When one of my dogs chomps down on one (on the 'armor') it instantly dies with the armor skin being penetrated. Surprised me first time that happened but I've seen it replayed many times - an armadillo's 'armor' is just useless against any predator with the armadillo not surviving the initial bite (nothing special about the bite of the medium sized dogs I had at the time). If a 50# dog gets an armadillo in it's mouth it's certain death for the armadillo.
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    Re: ‘World In 2019’ Economist Mag Cover Hints At The ‘End Game’?

    I haven't seen anything on their covers that merit anything happening in real life.

    I'm sure in their minds they are pushing for globalism but it's backfiring in big ways all around us.

    Look at the French, chased Macaroni right out of France.

    Where is he hiding now, Marrakesh i think i heard last signing away more rights of the French people to the UN globalists.

    Other countries in euroland are saying no to the global agenda as well.

    I don't pay attention to their rag at all anymore.

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