When everyone was shocked at the Brexit vote, Craig Hamilton-Parker saw it coming a mile away. Again, in November 2016, the world was stunned when Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Hamilton-Parker was not. Now, he’s making more predictions, which all point to 2018 being a rough year.
He starts by saying, “2018 will be a year of political turmoil and environmental crisis caused by dramatic and unprecedented weather.”
The environment is one of his main concerns, with a massive break” in the Antarctic ice shelf, and to give to world a change of pace from hurricanes, we’ll see more seismic activity, like the eruption of Vesuvius, a serious earthquake in New Zealand, and a “general increase in seismic activity worldwide in unexpected places.”
Then comes his predictions for terrorism and world conflicts. In North Korea, a trade embargo will fail, leading the US to bomb a railway line and bridge. But it all ends with North Koreans overthrowing Kim Jong-un, whose body will never be found. Japan and America will make a military deal as the island’s pacifist mandate is withdrawn. Ukraine will be caught selling missiles with nuclear technology. Terrorists will use drones to spread an airborne chemical weapon in Europe. And a big American corporation will be caught committing bitcoin fraud, which funds terrorism.
But don’t worry, because “2018 will be a bad year for the world economies” too. The Euro will plummet, an Italian Banking Crisis will leave many Italians homeless, and so on.
Then there are the predictions for the United States. And it’s going to be a bad year, if Hamilton-Parker is right. Mainly, there will be an attempt to impeach Trump in mid-2018…which will fail and “make him more popular as a result.” Then there are trade wars, with US losing trade to both China and Russia while making deals with the UK. Maybe that’s why we’ll be renting nuclear weapons to Japan. And, most frightening of all, Melania Trump and her step-grandchildren will release a charity song.
Hamilton-Parker does acknowledge that a lot of these might not come true, or he might be off. He states as a disclaimer:
As I said last year some psychics make massive lists of predictions and only talk about the few they get right. Again I like to think of this as a bit of an experiment to see how much I can get right. I have done very well over the last few years and got a lot right but remember I’m fallible … so let’s see how I do.
Maybe he’s partially right on the impeachment, and it doesn’t fail. But we can only hope. The way things are going, he’s right about at least one thing—2018 is probably going to be worse than 2017.