Sunday 19 January 2020


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At 19 January 2020 at 05:13 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting. Having not long flown through their brand new airport (which is brilliant) in Jakarta. Seems to be a huge investment to 'keep afloat' a sinking ship.

That said, as I understand it, Jakartas' days appear to be numbered. A new administrative capital is to be built on Kalimantan (the Indonesian part of Borneo).

Their are enormous (NWO) Djinn inspired mega infrastructure projects currently ongoing worldwide and earmarked around the earth too. A new capital for Cairo to be built in the desert, the uber strange Astana in Kazakhstan, likewise Baku 2.0 in Azerbaijan. Dubai and its expo and massive expansion plans.

Beijing, Muscat, Incheon, Istanbul with brand new airports, including La Guardia 2.0 likewise.

Closer to home, check out London with cross rail and the volume of tower blocks to be finished as early as 2025. An honorary mention to the equally scaled projects in Saudi and Johor, Malaysia too.

Muscat and Oman appear to be following the rest of the desert states too. The scale of hospitals, motorways, marinas, shopping malls and the like under construction surprised me a little too on my last visit. Although not on the scale as their near neighbours, large nevertheless.

Are the mega cities of the future with their smart city agendas starting to appear.

The rhetorical question is thus: What happens to the inhabitants of the places left behind?

Jakarta might very well be the weather vein that shapes things to come.

The poor Australians (have been deliberately) used as a burnt offering sacrifice with the Biblical style floods closely following. The 20s, it would appear, are going to be about weather and its impact on human life. The weaponisation of the weather will impact us all.

Like the Protocols of Zion, a document called: Owning the Weather by 2025, A Force Multiplier is available on line.

He who owns the weather............

Peace to the humans.

At 19 January 2020 at 09:28 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Short vid on London and its near term proposals and ongoing developments.



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