These Are Some Of Michel Hayek’s 2022 Predictions For The World That Came True

On New Year’s Eve, Michel Hayek made some interesting predictions. As the year 2022 is almost ending, Hayek has hit some of the predictions for the world.

Here are the most notable ones:

England

  • Boris Johnson will stand on quicksand. And anxious about his political and personal future
  • Waves of resignations on many levels in Britain
  • Britain on a date with a female face that ranks highest
  • Prince Harry will not be able to regain his peace
  • On the horizon of the Royal castle, a reminder of the days of Lady Diana, and all the mystery that affected those days
  • Two noises inside Buckingham, one who will take the throne and the second regarding the females: Camilla, Megan, and Kate.

UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigned after more than 50 MPs quit the government. Liz Truss was appointed as Britain’s Prime Minister, taking over from Boris Johnson at a time of economic peril and political upheaval in the United Kingdom.

2022 was an “annus horribilis” (horrible year) for England, as it has seen major historical events. The most recent event that shook not only England, but the world, was the death of Queen Elizabeth II, on September 8, 2022.

Upon her death, thousands of people flooded Buckingham Castle and other royal residences with letters, toys, and thousands of flowers, in a scene that reminded people of the days following the death of Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997.

Prince Harry didn’t get to bid farewell to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, before her death, and make peace with her for absconding his royal duties and role and relocating to the United States.

Noises inside Buckingham palace: Prince Charles takes the throne after his mother while talks and expectations for years were that his son William will succeed his grandmother on the throne.

United States

  • Very urgent news about Biden’s health adviser: Anthony Fauci

One of the prominent faces of the Covid-19 pandemic was Dr. Anthony Fauci who announced his resignation from several positions in December to pursue the “next chapter.”

Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) as well as chief medical advisor to U.S. president Joe Biden.

France

  • It will not be easy to break Macron
  • The French woman will be on the top and they will take her power into account

Emmanuel Macron, from La République En Marche (LREM), defeated Marine Le Pen during France’s 2022 presidential elections and was re-elected as French president.

The Élysée Palace has also revamped the cabinet under the new Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne, which is France’s second-ever female PM. 

Canada

  • Protests in Canada, some not peaceful

At the beginning of 2022, Canada saw the so-called “Trucker Protests” or “Freedom Convoy,” which began in Ottawa. The protests were sparked by a mandate that required Canadian cross-border truckers to fight Covid-19 vaccine requirements.

Russia

  • Russian oil will carry the world
  • An incomplete step costs Putin dearly
  • The mass destruction in Russia and Ukraine will make Putin back down
  • Putin’s defender will be silenced by Biden’s contacts

So far from Hayek’s predictions involving Russia:

Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, were the center of attention in 2022, since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022.

Since then, the Russo-Ukrainian war caused at least 25,000 people dead (Source: The New York Times), around 12 million people displaced (Source: United Nations), and the property damage may cost approximately $350 billion (Source: Reuters).

Reports showed that the war is causing devastation to both countries, including protests in Russia against the invasion of Ukraine, arrests, and the signing of a petition by over 1 million Russians.

The war has also caused higher energy prices, which has affected the cost of living in the UK and European countries, as well as several parts of the world.

Il Dolomiti

There was a recent assassination deep inside Russian territory a few weeks ago, raising questions about its brazen operation and who is behind it. The target was an ultranationalist and fierce commentator and defender of Putin, Daria Dugina, 29, who was killed by a car bomb in Russia.

Her associates claimed that Ukraine was behind it, a claim denied by Ukraine. Russia vowed to retaliate.

Miscellaneous around the world

  • Shakira between performance and attack. Between quake and quake, she will shake her fans

2022 was a tough year for the Lebanese-Colombian singer Shakira, as news immerged about her split from her partner, Gerard Pique. In Addition, Spanish prosecutors also called for an eight-year prison sentence for the singer over an alleged $15.5 million tax fraud.

  • A financial storm on Europe
The Economist

Europe is facing a deep inflation crisis. According to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, the euro-area annual inflation rate was 9.1% in August 2022, up from 3.0% a year earlier.

The Economist Intelligence Unit expects “a recession in Europe in the winter of 2022-23 as a result of energy shortages and sustained elevated inflation.”

Adding, “The winter of 2023-24 will also be challenging, and so we expect high inflation and sluggish growth until at least 2024.”

  • A large portion of Europe will be under Nature’s mercy
Programme of the European Union – Copernicus

Bloomberg reported in early September that “Europe is living through its worst heat wave since the Renaissance,” and that “almost two-thirds of the region is under a drought warning or alert, wreaking havoc on broad sectors of the economy.”

  • News reminding of Chernobyl

Russian troops have also captured the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine. This action has raised alarms across the international community. However, Ukraine later reclaimed the nuclear plant as Russian forces withdrew.

Related: Here’s What Michel Hayek Predicted About Lebanon’s Elections

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