Deagel’s Doomsday Scenarios Never Happened

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INTELCASTER – For more than a decade has been ‘predicting’ a collapse in population numbers for the U.S. That collapse never happened and when the time came for the numbers to drop Deagel simply pushed the time frame forward by making a new prediction 5 to 10 years in the future.

In 2009 Deagel ‘predicted’ for the U.S. a drop in population from 304 million to 271 million people by 2020. In reality, the U.S. its population was around 328 million people by mid 2019.

In 2010 Deagel ‘predicted’ for the U.S. a drop in population from 307 million to 264 million people by 2020.

In 2011, from 313 million to 248 million people by 2020.

In 2012, from 314 million down to 187 million people by the year 2025.

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Deagel has never been correct at all and is therefore as reliable as Sorcha Faal. Nonetheless, both Deagel and Sorcha Faal are regularly used as a source by numerous conspiracy theorists and “alternative” media outlets.

In fact, Sorcha Faal and Benjamin Fulford have a lot in common as well.

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4 thoughts on “Deagel’s Doomsday Scenarios Never Happened

  1. And the late Christopher Story, aka Edward Harle…for a year or two I actually bought into his nonsense! All his Leo Wanta-Nesara crap!

  2. This is hard to believe. Sorcha Faal and Benjamin Fulford have both been outed as lying sacks of dung at least a decade ago. It’s hard to believe they’re still operating under those same names.

    We move forward very slowly, because people new to the movement don’t know what’s already been discovered. There’s no handing-down of info. Everyone starts from square #1

  3. Apparently he didn’t account for the millions of illegal immigrants flooding the Southern border each year.

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