“Elon Musk Will Win The Presidential Election” And Other 2023 Predictions By Ex-Russian President

The Russian Security Council’s current deputy chair is predicting the Twitter chief will win the US presidential election in some states despite the South Africa-born billionaire being ineligible to run.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is joining the bandwagon of making 2023 predictions—with some futuristic scenarios so drastic, one could wonder if a year is enough to make it happen.

Medvedev, who sits as the deputy chair of the Russian Security Council, is not only predicting that Ukraine will lose the war, but is also theorizing that Poland and Hungary will take over the western regions of the ”formerly existing” country.

“The Fourth Reich will be created, encompassing the territory of Germany and its satellites, i.e., Poland, the Baltic states, Czechia, Slovakia, the Kiev Republic, and other outcasts,” the former president predicted.

He added that the so-called Fourth Reich will have a war with France, dividing Europe—and apparently, Poland—in the process.

However, he also predicted that the United Kingdom will renege on its years-long Brexit process and rejoin the European Union next year. It’s Northern Ireland who will break off the Kingdom and consolidate with the Republic of Ireland—potentially reverting a decades-long diplomatic policy.

Northern Ireland held a “border poll” referendum in 1973 to determine whether it should remain a part of the United Kingdom or join a united Ireland. The referendum was boycotted by Irish nationalists, and only 57% of the electorate voted, resulting in an overwhelming majority in favor of remaining in the UK.

In the United States, Medvedev believes another civil war will break out in the country, which will lead to California being a separate state and Texas breaking off from the union to form an allied state with Mexico.

Of course, Musk

In an unsurprising move, Twitter CEO Elon Musk weighed in, saying the thread is ”epic.” This may be partly because the ex-Russian leader also predicted that Musk will win the presidential election in a number of states which would apparently flip Republican after the civil war.

Medvedev predicted this despite the fact that Musk isn’t eligible to run for the highest executive office as he was born outside of US soil–specifically in Pretoria, South Africa.

Multiple US intelligence reports have concluded that certain Russian forces have interfered with the American elections in 2016 and 2020. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released an intelligence community analysis in March 2021 that found Russian intelligence proxies promoted and laundered misleading or unsubstantiated narratives about Joe Biden “to US media organizations, US officials, and prominent US individuals, including some close to former President Trump and his administration.”

The Tesla chief, who reportedly voted Republican for the first time in the last midterm elections, has recently announced he would support Florida Governor Ron DeSantis if the latter challenges former US President Donald Trump for the GOP presidential nomination.

However, Musk supporters are just saying he’s trolling, doubling down on the rhetoric that it’s the users and viewers who have to understand the context of what the social media platform owner is putting out.

This is not the first twitter exchange between Musk and Medvedev. Back when the Tesla chief was rumored to be discussing Ukraine with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the two had a friendly thread that simulates a private messaging conversation.

READ: Elon Musk Denies Speaking With Putin Just Prior to Tweeting Pro-Russian ‘Peace Plan’

However, whether as a joke or viewed with seriousness, Musk’s reply to thread did not sit well for some of Tesla investors, mainly due to the thinly-veiled connection to Russia made by engaging with Medvedev’s posts.

End of Bretton Woods

In global economy, Medvedev thinks the Bretton Woods model will collapse, leading to the International Monetary Fund and World Bank crashing.

“All the largest stock markets and financial activity will leave the US and Europe and move to Asia,” he added.

The security council deputy chair also said that digital fiat currencies will dominate the dollar and euro out of circulation—at a time when bitcoin has plummeted to record lows amid the uncertainty posed by the implosion of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX.

In addition, Medvedev believes oil price will soar to $150 per barrel and gas price will reach $5 per cubic meter. Energy prices have soared this year after Russia launched its invasion against Ukraine, putting the global supply chain in disarray.

READ: Zoltan Pozsar: Gold At $3,600 Is Not Improbable If US Refill Reserves With Russian Oil

While these are predictions, it has long been observed that mere sentiments can affect real world changes to the markets and geopolitical landscape.

But I guess we’ll see in a year what happens, like Musk.

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