Happy New Year! - 2003

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Welcome to the first Newsletter using this Forum technology and a continuation of earlier Newsletters which formerly were at MSN Communities. OK, what does the near future hold for us?

President Bush and the Administration and our Allies have had it right right from the beginning. This is indeed an extremely deadly conflict, world-wide, long duration and one which civilization cannot afford to lose.

Iraq goes down. Just in time too. Our economies world-wide are in desperate need of cheap oil to deaden some of the pain of a steep economic downturn. Saudi Arabia's royal family leadership will start to see their final curtain but not till 2004 conclusively.

Actually, on the Predictions site, there are numerous predictions covering this upcoming year or two, all within the 'Near Future' sections. May I suggest you simply read them there rather have me try to re-write them here? Simply click on the 'Publisher' link from the top level of the forum and take it from there. Sad to note that the crazy sponsor pop-up covers the beginning text and the date I wrote the predictions.

I really enjoy doing these Newsletters and the feed back I receive from net surfers who happen-chance upon the Predictions site. I'll be writing other things which are on my mind from time to time here.

Again. Happy New Years everyone.


-- Gary (g_a_halonen@hotmail.com), January 02, 2003


Well, well. The old forum has magically re-appeared at MSN Communities (for now anyway) so if you 'newbies' wish to get caught up on the last years Foresight Newsletters, there is an active link on the bottom of the Topics page at http://www.geocities.com/g_a_halonen/topics.htm

Knock yourself out.

P.S. Some people have asked why I'm so cocky with my predictive abilities? Probably because my predictions are more accurate percentage-wise then most everyone else out there, including high priced govt\ military\ academia think tanks.


-- Gary (g_a_halonen@yahoo.com), January 27, 2003.

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