Global Crisis: A Hypothetical Prelude to World War III
In what appears to be a meticulously orchestrated series of events, the world teeters on the edge of an abyss, with geopolitical tensions escalating to levels that hint at the ominous possibility of a third World War.
The initial tremors of this crisis will be felt through populist uprisings, with notable revolts by farmers in the UK and France and a significantly larger second Freedom Convoy movement in Canada anticipated. These movements are expected to be marked by their sheer scale and to provoke severe subsequent responses from governments, signalling a deep-rooted dissatisfaction with the prevailing political and economic systems.
Concurrently, a critical blow to global infrastructure is dealt by the Houthis, who sever a vital sea cable in the Red Sea, disconnecting Europe from the internet. This action triggers immediate chaos, disrupting essential services and financial transactions, and overwhelms systems ill-prepared for such unprecedented loads.
US Internal Crisis and Global Military Posturing
Following civil unrest, the United States government has undertaken drastic actions, seizing and nationalizing all assets of SpaceX and detaining high-profile individuals such as Elon Musk and Donald Trump after they declared their support for the people. This leads to further widespread civil unrest within the country, significantly weakening its international military posture. The US is forced to reallocate its focus and resources to address its domestic turmoil.