Political breakup or global depopulation

A global forecast site is predicting a 70 percent decline in the US population… by 2025:

As we had reported on ANP back on December 31st of 2017, Deagel was previously forecasting the US population to drop to 54 million people by 2025, down from what was then 324 million people in 2016. Well as we see now in the screenshot above taken from their website page for the United States this morning, Deagel is now forecasting that the 2025 population of the USA will be a nice, round 100 million people – nearly doubling their previous 2025 forecast for America of 54 million.
Yet as it’s easy to see, even a 2025 forecast of 100 million people living here in less than 8 years is STILL DOWN 227 million from the 2017 population of America. How will America LOSE 227 million people by 2025?
We’d love to know why Deagel is forecasting the population of the US to drop from 327 million in 2017 to only 100 million in 2025, with them also forecasting a 2025 US military budget of 32 billion dollars, down from our 2017 military budget of $637 billion, while forecasting our population density to drop from 34 inhabitants per square mile to only 10 inhabitants per square mile in 2025. While our emails to Deagel have gone unreturned, what does Deagel know that we don’t know?

I suppose it is theoretically possible that Deagel is simply anticipating the same political breakup of the United States that I am, especially given that it is forecasting a 78 percent decline in the population of the increasingly not-United Kingdom, versus a 30 percent decline in the aging population of Italy.

But then, given the forecast of a 54 percent decline in the population of Israel and a 1 percent increase in the population of India, it’s considerably more likely that they know something about the not-vaccines that Bill Gates is pushing on the world in order to reduce the global population.

UPDATE: Actually, their core logic isn’t unreasonable. They are looking at pretty much the same thing I’ve been anticipating, which is the catastrophic failure of the neoliberal order beginning with the financial sector. The real question isn’t whether the collapse will happen or not, but if Soviet society was actually much 5x-8x more resilient than the Western societies.

The Soviet system was less able to deliver goodies to the people than the Western one. Nevertheless Soviet society was more compact and resilient under an authoritarian regime. That in mind, the collapse of the Soviet system wiped out 10 percent of the population. The stark reality of diverse and multicultural Western societies is that a collapse will have a toll of 50 to 80 percent depending on several factors but in general terms the most diverse, multicultural, indebted and wealthy (highest standard of living) will suffer the highest toll. The only glue that keeps united such aberrant collage from falling apart is overconsumption with heavy doses of bottomless degeneracy disguised as virtue.