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Did 1981 Movie “Early Warning” Predict the Future?


The film industry loves predictive programming.

If you pay attention to movies and television, it’s funny how you’ll find films that provide a glimpse into future events.

With COVID-19 hysteria, “The Hamburg Syndrome” and “Utopia” offer textbook examples of using a virus to trick mass populations into taking a vaccine.

Do the global elite use movies and television to reveal their sinister plans?

Or, does film inspire their wicked plans to control humanity?

Either way, we should pay close attention for clues.

Another movie from the archives has shocking parallels to the world’s current problems.

The 1981 film “Early Warning” makes a cold shiver run down your spine when you watch this clip:

-United States energy crisis

-The dollar’s devalue

-Food shortage

-Control of all institutions and resources

-Cannot buy or sell anything without a number


Just a quick look at the plot on IMDb will make your jaw drop:

A Christian woman (Delana Michaels) wants a newspaper man (Greg Wynne) to publish a story about a One World Foundation being set up whose only goal is to control the world. She wants him to warn people that this is coming and explain how it ties into the end times spoken about in the Bible. The newsman is opposed to such an idea until he sees the woman being pursued by the Foundation. As this adventure unfolds, the newspaper man begins to realize that what the woman is saying could be true. This evangelistic, classic end times film presents the truth about Jesus Christ and has interesting insight into what might be coming in the last days.

Did this 40 year old movie accurately predict the times we’re living now?

You be the judge.


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