“And I applied my heart to know wisdom and to know madness and folly.” (Ecclesiastes 1:17)
The world is entering into a state of utter madness, blood lust and war. Within this phenomena of madness, we can see a continual timeline starting at September 11th, 2001. After the mass murder of thousands of Americans in New York City, the United States invaded Afghanistan and then Iraq. The overthrowing of Saddam Hussein led to the rise of Iran, with its fanatical and cultic fixation on sparking the next global conflict through nuclear weapons in order to usher in the return of the 12th Imam. With its Shia fanaticism, its ritual of hysteria for the reverence of its saints, and its adoring of Adolf Hitler, Iran has been rising as a regional power, and this began with the toppling of Saddam who was the main check against the creeping Persian nation. The destabilization that sparked in Iraq due to America’s policy, boiled over into Syria in March of 2011 and a civil war between Sunni fanatics and the Alawite regime of Assad commenced. In December of 2011, the United States left Iraq, leaving the country to its own hell. Another thing happened in 2011 and that was the overthrowing of Gaddafi which led to a civil war in Libya. 2014 was marked by the rise of ISIS in Iraq, and the chaos that was occurring in this country offered the opportunity for both Russia and Turkey to enter Iraq as forces of stability. Turkey’s rise thus further commenced with the horrors that were happening in Iraq. With Turkey’s rise, Russia invaded Crimea in Ukraine, thus expanding Russia’s presence so as to keep Turkey in check from across the Black Sea. Fighting broke out in the Donbas region of Ukraine wherein pro-Russian separatists fought both the Ukrainian military and Ukrainian paramilitaries many of whom were part of the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. In 2015, a major refugee crisis bursted forth from Iraq and Syria and hundreds of thousands of migrants would flood Europe, sparking racial tensions and causing a horrific shift in the political atmosphere wherein fascist, racist, far-Right organizations and parties would rise to substantial popularity.
Both Russia and Turkey would also enter Libya where they are still vying for political dominance. In 2019, Turkey entered northern Syria to fight the Kurds, but truly this was the further expansion of Turkish power in the Middle East. In 2020, while America was being devastated by anti-police riots, a war was brewing in the south Caucasus between Armenians and Azeris. The war finally broke out in September of 2020, with Turkey backing Azeris who used NATO technology (drones) to defeat the Armenians and retake Nagorno-Karabakh. A grizzly series of murders took place, with Azeri soldiers beheading civilians and even sexually torturing Armenian soldiers. With Azerbaijan taking control of Nagorno-Karabakh, and with the Azeri government being a proxy for Ankara, Turkey gained a foothold right in Baku and thus a direct line right into the Caspian Sea and thus right to Central Asia, the motherland of the Turkish race. Another country lies in Central Asia that is deeply connected to this whole story: Afghanistan. The US left Afghanistan in August of 2020, and now Turkey is being esteemed as the nation to fill in the place of the US. The pieces come together, and these events all mark the madness of the world. We are seeing the revival of empires — of Turkey and Russia –, and the revival of religions — of Islam and paganism. Let us not forget Mexico where horrifically bloody and demonic rituals are being done by narco cultists. In one event (as will be seen briefly in the video below), these cultists held a man down as one of them carved out his heart and ate a chunk of it. It is as if the darkness of history is returning, and we are entering into madness. I put together a video, taking clips from real events and arranging them to illustrate what this madness is: