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    2020 Economist cover: Trump to win,Xi.Die,Rat,Recession,War,Russia...

    I see some glaring tips from the 2020 Economist magazine cover.
    It's reputation is well-known.

    THE WORLD IN 2020
    -(TO) diag (WIN)+ (2020)+TRUMP
    -TRUMP
    -BREXIT
    -AI
    -TOKYO (summer olympics)
    -MARS (Mars 2020 rover mission)
    -CLIMATE
    -XI (Chinese dictator Xi Jinping)
    -RECESSION
    -MO (?) modus operandi?
    -DIE
    -XP
    -OS (xp operating system?)
    -DGS (?)
    -BOND (Bond movie)
    -BEETHOVEN (250 ann.)
    -VISIONS (20/20)
    -BIODIVERSITY - population control for increased biodiversity?
    -RAT (Year of the Rat) - or as spreader of plague?
    -NPT (Non-Proliferation Treaty)
    -WAR
    -WAR-REN (Elizabeth)
    -RAPHAEL (500 ann. death)
    -NIGHTINGALE (florence 200 ann.)
    -RUSSIA



    easier seeing: https://pasteboard.co/ITMnN6E.jpg



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    (TO) diag (WIN)+ (2020)+TRUMP
    On the other hand, what is the first four letters under Trump's name? EXIT.

    -MO (?) modus operandi?
    -DIE
    Modi- India's Prime Minister.

    Then "Expo". Dubai World Expo

    SDGs- Sustainable Development Goals

    Issue was from November. What the Economist says about their issue in a press release:
    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...300962898.html

    The World in 2020, the annual publication from The Economist, predicts that 2020 will be a testing year ahead, citing decisions to be made in the US election and Brexit, concerns over a faltering world economy and worries about nuclear proliferation. But there will be many events to celebrate such as large global sports events in Japan and Australia and exploration on Mars.

    Now in its 34th year, The World in 2020 will be available within The Economist app, and online on Thursday, November 21st and on newsstands on Friday, November 22nd. The magazine can also be purchased at The Economist Store at shop.economist.com


    Twelve themes emerged out of this year's publication:

    It's judgment time. That's doubly true for President Donald Trump: first in Congress with the Democrats' drive to remove him from office (the Republican-controlled Senate will save him), then in a febrile election in November. It will be ugly; the artificial intelligence we consulted reckons Mr Trump will lose. Britons, meanwhile, probably will get a chance to pass judgment on Boris Johnson.

    Economies wrestle with negativity. Banks, especially in Europe, will battle with negative interest rates. America will flirt with recession—but don't be surprised if disaster fails to strike, and markets revive.

    China highlights positivity. It will claim to have met its target of achieving "moderate prosperity" by 2020. Other countries will have to work out how to position themselves, in trade and technology, between a Chinese sphere of influence and an American one.

    Sport has a jumbo year. The Tokyo Olympics will draw a huge global audience. The Euro 2020 football championship will be spread across 12 countries. Cricket hopes for a smashing success in Australia with the t20 World Cup—and in England with a new, even shorter version of the game called The Hundred.

    Worries about nukes proliferate. The five-yearly review of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty will be a fraught affair, 75 years after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Fears of a new arms race will grow as nuclear arms-control agreements fray.

    Sustainability is all the rage. At least, talking about it is. In Kunming countries will discuss biodiversity. In Glasgow they will make pledges on carbon emissions. Business leaders will vow to support sustainable capitalism—as long as shareholders let them.

    The Gulf welcomes the world. Dubai hopes its World Expo will have a lasting impact. More awkward, Saudi Arabia hosts the g20 summit.
    Multiple missions head to Mars. America, Europe, China and the uae all plan missions.

    Tech has both highs and lows. The highs include flying taxis, electric supercars and personalised medicine; the lows involve tech giants bracing themselves for more regulation, taxation and critical scrutiny. Instagram will find itself in the spotlight of controversy in this American-election cycle.

    Big anniversaries resonate, especially Beethoven's 250th. It's also 500 years since Raphael's death, 400 since the Mayflower sailed to America, 300 since the South Sea Bubble burst, 200 since the birth of Florence Nightingale (the World Health Organisation has designated 2020 the Year of the Nurse), 100 since Prohibition, 75 since the founding of the UN and—while their fans gently weep—50 years since the Beatles broke up.

    A torrent of entertainment comes on stream. Television's streaming wars intensify, as streaming opens new vistas for gamers, too. But James Bond fans will head to old-fashioned cinemas for the 25th film in the franchise. And a new national museum in Cairo will show that physical presence still matters.

    It's the decade of…the "yold", or the young old, as sprightly baby-boomers hit 65. For the first time, the world will have more people aged over 30 than under. The 2020s promise to be a bad decade for African dynasties, a disruptive one for countries facing separatist pressures and an exciting one for plant geneticists, who in ten years' time aim to be drawing down carbon dioxide from the atmosphere at a global scale.

    "The start of a new decade prompts bigger-than-usual thoughts about the future" and the year ahead "will not be short of drama," says Daniel Franklin, Editor of The World in 2020, who after 17 years is stepping down to focus on his role as Diplomatic Editor. From next year Tom Standage will take over from Franklin, working on the annual issue alongside his current role as Deputy Editor of The Economist.
    Last edited by Zippyjuan; 02-08-2020 at 09:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowball View Post
    I see some glaring tips from the 2020 Economist magazine cover.
    It's reputation is well-known.

    THE WORLD IN 2020
    -(TO) diag (WIN)+ (2020)+TRUMP
    -TRUMP
    -BREXIT
    -AI
    -TOKYO (summer olympics)
    -MARS (Mars 2020 rover mission)
    -CLIMATE
    -XI (Chinese dictator Xi Jinping)
    -RECESSION
    -MO (?) modus operandi? ---- MODI (india)
    -DIE - Expo (Dubai)
    -XP
    -OS (xp operating system?)
    -DGS (?) - SDGs (Agenda 2030)
    -BOND (Bond movie) - (Also Treasury bonds)
    -BEETHOVEN (250 ann.)
    -VISIONS (20/20)
    -BIODIVERSITY - population control for increased biodiversity?
    -RAT (Year of the Rat) - or as spreader of plague? - Chinese new year started the year of the rat, also when Coronavirus went mainstream. History.com: The plague was carried by fleas that usually traveled on rats, but jumped off to other mammals when the rat died.
    -NPT (Non-Proliferation Treaty)
    -WAR
    -WAR-REN (Elizabeth)

    -RAPHAEL (500 ann. death)
    -NIGHTINGALE (florence 200 ann.) - Nightingale is also an instrumental song by George Raphael on album called Reiki 2 - listening to it now on YT. Album cover is Israeli flag star/ aka Star of David/ aka Seal of Solomon/ aka Saturn hexagon - jews worshiped Saturn and is the real reason for the star on the Israeli flag. Saturn worship. Saturn represents Lucifer and Satan. Google Saturn astrology. Google reiki. Reiki is traditionally used to treat pain, anxiety, stress. Seems like that's what in store for 2020 for a lot of people.

    Saturn in Capricorn (ends 3/2020) from tarot.com: "Capricorn and Saturn want us to strive for security. Unfortunately, this can lead to feelings of doubt, insecurity, and anxiety during this transit. We’ll fear failure more than we normally would, possibly spending too much time worrying about whether everything we’ve worked hard for will fall apart or never come to fruition. Instead of letting it deter us, we should use this as motivation to push forward even harder than before."

    Also, 500+200 year anniversaries equals 700 years. Year 1320 was start of black plague.

    Most, if not all, things on Economist covers, especially the yearly ones, have at least two explanations. An exoteric (outward, for the sheep) and an esoteric (inward, for those in the know) explanation. Usually even more.

    -RUSSIA



    easier seeing: https://pasteboard.co/ITMnN6E.jpg
    I filled in some blanks of your list in your quoted post above. Btw, no way would the Economist that plainly and obviously put who wins 2020 on the cover. You could also easily see TWIT tied in with Trump too lol.

    Decent comments posted to this video point out additional things.
    One of the better comments is that since it's an eye chart 20/20 vision and maybe a red/green color blindness test (which I always fail badly since I'm red/green colorblind lol), you cover one eye to read an eye chart. One eye=all seeing eye, illuminati signal all over media. https://vigilantcitizen.com/pics-of-...e-month-01-20/ Everyone that does that makes the one eye handsign.

    There's lots of connections and inferences that can be drawn from the covers. I also looked at it like an autostereogram (3D) picture. That was trippy but nothing really stood out, except maybe 202020, which was the date of the Superb Owl and the 33rd day of the year. I'm not great at 3d picture viewing so maybe others can look and see if anything stands out? There does appear to be a few focal point letters to use to view it as a 3D picture.
    Last edited by devil21; 02-09-2020 at 10:06 PM.
    "Let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    The entire internet is the domain of paid shills and bots. If you don't know this by now....

    Israel, under control of the Crown and, ultimately, the Vatican, own the USA. If you don't know this by now....

    Talk to people about liberty. You won't find it on websites, you won't find it in politicians.

    But now you can't talk to people because of "social distancing"....brought to you by shills and politicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil21 View Post
    I filled in some blanks of your list in your quoted post above. Btw, no way would the Economist that plainly and obviously put who wins 2020 on the cover. You could also easily see TWIT tied in with Trump too lol..
    TWIT for TWITTER and TRUMP being a TWIT when he abuses TWITTER
    is a perfect fit, but it doesn't take away from the TO WIN, it is separate.

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    One speculation I saw said Russia was the last and in the smallest due to their declining significance in the world. ( I don't see how you could find an autostereogram (3D) picture).

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    MAGA

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    You only show up to attack Trump when he is wrong
    DACA S**thole Dreamers - Make America Great Again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    One speculation I saw said Russia was the last and in the smallest due to their declining significance in the world. ( I don't see how you could find an autostereogram (3D) picture).
    The visual relaxation of the eyes is the same. I just trained my eyes a bit on real 3D pictures online then did the same thing with a full screen version of the cover. If you can view a 3D picture generally, just use the red/green 2020 on the cover as the focal point to start viewing as a 3D picture. The 2020 turns into 202020 and takes on a different depth than the rest of the letters, which looked intentional. There are other letters that can be used as focal points for 3D picture viewing also, like the two I's under Trump or the two O's in Modi. Just unfocus until both letters "overlay" each other as a single letter. Any way, with those Economist covers you always have to think outside the box.
    "Let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    The entire internet is the domain of paid shills and bots. If you don't know this by now....

    Israel, under control of the Crown and, ultimately, the Vatican, own the USA. If you don't know this by now....

    Talk to people about liberty. You won't find it on websites, you won't find it in politicians.

    But now you can't talk to people because of "social distancing"....brought to you by shills and politicians.



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