Who Is in Control of Your Future, and Your Children and Grandchildren's Future? | Beaufort County Now | Most people live for today, maybe for the week in some cases, but hardly anyone lives today in anticipation of the future, even for six months ahead. | beaufort observer, children, grandchildren, your future, media, july 9, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Who Is in Control of Your Future, and Your Children and Grandchildren's Future?


    Most people live for today, maybe for the week in some cases, but hardly anyone lives today in anticipation of the future, even for six months ahead. We tend to leave the future to chance, or at least to others to worry about. In fact, however, there are those who do focus on the future...near term, mid-term (5 to 20 years) and longterm. It would appear that most of these futurists are very rich, perhaps because they invest for the future or were lucky. Few people who depend on a salary, paycheck to paycheck, are among that group that plans for the future based on current conditions or trends.

    Consider, for example, the reporting of news. Used to be that all the news most people knew was the thirty-minute nightly news. Even though there is a quantum amount of information available these days that was not available when Walter Cronkite reported "that's the way it is (tonight)..." the news still is limited to a minute amount of the information that could be reported.

    So, what does this mean? It means that our future is either shaped by accident and we simply respond or there is a "force" somewhere that decides what is going to happen. Pause here to ponder that statement. Not all that long ago the futurists simply predicted what was likely to happen. There "model" was to track trends. But today there is a group that is actively attempting to control what will happen in the future.

    Who are these Wizards Behind the Curtain that are putting great effort and money into shaping the future to their liking? The following will give you some clues:

    By Spiro Skouras as reported in activistpost.com:

  • Welcome everyone, thanks for tuning in and congratulations! If you are reading or watching this, that means you have officially survived the first half of 2020. Something tells me, the second half will be just as crazy, if not more crazy than the first half was.
  • In this report we will be taking a glimpse of what the not-too-distant future may look like. Yes, some of this will be speculation, but it is speculation projecting forward based on the facts we have today.


    Read the full article HERE on Activist Post.


Latest Op-Ed & Politics

More evidence that the Jan. 6 Capitol riot was a leftist False Flag
New research finds that federal regulation leads to an increase in deaths, and North Carolina is one of the states most affected.
This is a profile of the terrorists who attacked the US Capitol...in 1983
Kevin Daley of the Washington Free Beacon highlights a campaign to punish two high-profile U.S. senators.
Sixty percent of battleground voters view Democrats’ latest effort to impeach President Donald Trump as another “waste of time and money” and are seeking an orderly transition of power, a leaked internal shows.
Another example of how the globalist Facebook uses its power to impose its political ideology


Come with us on Part II of Wolfman and The Guardians' journey through the streets of our nation's capitol. These stories are only available exclusively here at BCN!
In a year of bad actions by very bad people, this is by far the worst done to destroy this Constitutional Republic. Anyone telling you different is either a liar, a Stupid or those that truly hate our United States Constitution.
David Harsanyi writes for National Review Online about recent signs of Americans’ collective embrace of extreme political positions.
This man sets and example for us all
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner reports on special plans for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration next week.
Less than a year after an audit of the N.C. Department of Transportation found massive overspending, a blue-ribbon panel is recommending the department get a 40% budget hike.


Today, America's second Fake Impeachment of Donald J. Trump, just days before he leaves office, may speak more about those Impeaching the President than he who is indicted.
For the last four years, Donald Trump kept back the tide. But now, it’s up to Congress.
In her fine opinion piece for the Martin Center, Megan Zogby bemoans the “Quixotic” requirement that North Carolina college and university students take between two and four courses in a language such as Spanish, French, or German.
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online admits early in his latest column that he believes President Trump has “committed impeachable conduct.”
With civic and political conflict headlining the news nearly every day, I’ve been searching for a bright spot on which to pin my hopes for reconciliation in this country.
According to Politico, Sunday’s rehearsal for Joe Biden’s inauguration has been postponed due to safety concerns, with the rehearsal now being planned for Monday.
Get a good cup of coffee and decompress with The Wolfman as he gives us his account of what really happened on the ground in DC. This is an exclusive series that will not be found anywhere but BCN.


Back to Top