||The year is 1990.Margaret
Thatcher & Michael Gorbachev are in power, comrade Yeltsin is
portrayed as a pathetic drunkard by the Western media (not knowing
yet how useful he would be soon, forcing them to reverse his image
President George Bush (Sr.) is preparing for the Gulf War against
Saddam Hussein, his former ally against Iran (who just 3 years earlier
was pardoned when he attacked the US Navy frigate 'Stark'
killing 37 American sailors).
The Berlin Wall has fallen just a few months ago, and the European
Community has 12 member countries, still not merged into the
European Union that will appear 3 years later.
The Soviet Union is on the map as it has been for 45 years, and so
is Yugoslavia and the rest of Europe, East & West.
In that context, the November 26,
1990 issue of Newsweek magazine presents a special
report on the future of Europe as seen by its reporters (Pascal
Privat and Michael Meyer, Scott Sullivan, Fred Coleman, Daniel
Pedersen & Andrew Nagorski). The report includes the following
two maps of Eastern Europe & Yugoslavia [please have patience
||The remarkable similarity
to the present map of Europe & especially Yugoslavia, 11
years later, can be explained by one of the following:
- The reporters had an impressive
skill to foretell the future, perhaps using Tarot cards or other
- The reporters have been very lucky
in their wild guess or wishful thinking.
- The reporters had very good
connections to those that shape the New World Order today; thus
they managed to obtain an outline of the goals set by those
powerful circles, a plan that has been promoted with impressive
persistence & efficiency during the subsequent decade.
The bloody 'chess game' in
Yugoslavia during the '90s, with a clever series of obvious 'forced moves'
leading to the demolition of an 80 years old federation that had
been 'too independent', and the recent extradition of the defeated 'Black
King', indicate that the third interpretation cannot be too far from
Or do you believe in magic?