From the cover of the current issue of The Economist - Why? What are they signalling?
Is the world going to end soon - with the annihilation of life, maybe the planet itself?
Some people think so; maybe including The Economist, who are the house-magazine of the Global Establishment (who are, I think we agree, already and increasingly demonically-controlled).
What could possibly count as 'evidence' for such an assertion? Well, there isn't any at all - not what we would usually call evidence; i.e. based on observation, measurements, predictive models etc.
How could we ever have 'scientific' evidence to predict an unprecedented, one-off event (assuming the annihilation of earth is indeed one-off, assuming the situation of earth is unique)? If our prediction was an extrapolation of what we already know, then this isn't much; and predictive models only include what are put-into-them, only include the assumptions; they can only predict what is predicted...
How could The Economist know, or at least think it knows, that this is a possibility worth mentioning, or that something is about to happen? Well, only by some kind of 'supernatural' knowledge - by drawing upon the knowledge of spiritual beings, perhaps. They might know that something was going to happen (e.g. that it was planned, or that the causal factors were already operating), or they might strongly suspect it, anyway.
How could You know what was coming, if anything? Perhaps by prayer, from the guidance of the Holy Ghost. But if you did know by such means; then you could not convince other people, and would be unwise even to try.
Each person would need to discover for himself. And that would mean asking, which would mean at least enetrtaining the possibility. And this is exactly what The Economist is doing.
So - since the visible representatives of Satanic evil are currently considering this possibility, maybe you ought to be considering it too?