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Commentary :: Politics
Prophecy 2004
11 Jan 2004
The following piece is intended to be 'inspirational', another attempt to share a 'virtual experience' you might say. In an attempt to save on disk space, I include links to one location. On Earth Day, April 22nd, 2001, I released a set of predictions describing how events would unfold up to and including the year 2004. Given how eerily accurate those prognostications turned out to be I anticipate that the predictions concerning 2004 will also follow the same pattern and come to pass.
Prophecy 2004 - Part One, some background discussion
http://southafrica.indymedia.org/news/2004/01/5157.php
Typically at the end of the year the top stories of the previous year is reviewed, and pundits also appear to discuss what they forecast for the year ahead, as well as reviewing their predictions from the previous years. This piece provides some background information that places into context the discussion of some predictions concerning how events should unfold in 2004.

Prophecy 2004 - part Two - predictions concerning the year ahead
http://southafrica.indymedia.org/news/2004/01/5156.php
Typically at the end of the year the top stories of the previous year is reviewed, and pundits also appear to discuss what they forecast for the year ahead, as well as reviewing their predictions from the previous years. I begin this discussion by introducing you to some of my 'prognistications' concerning 2002 and 2003, and then move on to 2004.

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