The Simpsons Predicted That Donald Trump Would Run As President and Would Like Us Believe That He Would be a Failure if Elected

A single episode of an animated show takes anywhere between six and nine months to produce. So, it’s really quite amazing that less than a month after Donald Trump announced his presidential run, the subject of an episode of The Simpsons would be just about that.

Rather creepily, the episode already contains scenes of Trump’s campaign that have played out in real life:

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Does The Simpsons contain hidden messages about Trump? This is what Illuminati-researcher Fritz Springmeier, who was writing on his Facebook page, opines:

THE SCRIPT REVEALED. (24 MAR ’16)The Simpson Cartoons have had episodes where secret societies run the world, where t.b.m.c. “follow the yellow brick road” code words are given, where Ebola and the Higgs-Boson Particle are predicted, where 9-11 is predicted…and now as some of you are realizing that had an episode from July, 2015 where Trump is running for President and a woman being a better president. I interpret the show as an attempt to program us to think a woman will be better than Trump as president. (How’s that for mind control, predictive programming and showing us their script!) Like an Illuminati Grand Master said to another member, who then quoted it to me: “The world’s a stage.”

TRUMP as PRESIDENT. The way the Simpson episode plays out, Bart is shown a vision of his future, which is basically one of failure; but Lisa Simpson becomes the first female president of the USA. This episode of the Simpson’s is called “Trumptastic Voyage” and was aired on 7/7/2015. The reason it is name after Trump is that he was the president just prior to the first female president and he was a dismal failure. The cartoon goes into detail how Trump had screwed up everything, and how Lisa is a much better prez. As I have been reporting for over two years now, Hillary is the Illuminati’s choice of president. Someone knew that Trump was going to run for president back in early 2015. It is being reported on several conspiracy sites that the show aired in 2000, but I think that is incorrect. I will quote David Icke to show you want his site said.


The cartoon foretold a Trump presidency in a surreal episode where Bart is given a window into the future – and found a country brought to its knees by financial mismanagement and a crime wave ushered in by The Donald

In Bart to the Future, first aired in March 2000, a fortune teller gave Bart a glimpse of 2030 – just weeks after Trump vacated the White House.

The episode’s alternate universe reveals that Trump, who will be 84 in 2030, left the country in an impossible amount of debt, and reliant on foreign aid from Europe and China.

This sorry state of affairs is the exact opposite of Trump’s current campaign promise to ‘Make America Great Again’, and stop ‘losing’ to other nations.

The recently-unearthed episode is the latest in a series of eerie Simpsons predictions, in which the show has foreseen the Arab Spring, the Ebola crisis and the discovery of the Higgs-Boson particle.

In the episode’s vision of the future, America is also at the mercy of an army of genetically-enhanced thugs, brought about by Trump programs designed to help the nation’s youth which dramatically backfired.

The only person who can save the shattered United States is none other than the newly-elected President Lisa Simpson.

Despite her lofty ambitions to ‘refill the oceans’ and build the world’s biggest book-mobile, her biggest task becomes rescuing the nation from its crippling debt.

An exchange from Lisa’s first cabinet meeting, meeting a balding Millhouse in charge of the nation’s finances, starts with a sobering financial summary.

Lisa says: ‘As you know, we’ve inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump. How bad is it, Secretary Van Houten?’

He holds up a graph showing a financial death-plunge and replies: ‘We’re broke’.

Lisa later asks whether there is any money to fund her campaign pledges – to which another official replies: ‘No. We borrowed from every country in the world.’

Lisa is later forced to announce an enormous tax hike in an attempt to right Trump’s wrongs, which kills her approval ratings.

It also does nothing to placate the nation’s creditors.

But the nation is eventually saved by Bart, a failed musician in the future vision, who uses his well-practiced ability dodging debt repayments to win the United States a reprieve.

As well as its prediction of Trump’s presidential ambitions, which he has entertained since at least the 1980s, The Simpsons has given The Donald its signature treatment more recently.

Not long after his controversial campaign launch, where he called Mexican immigrants ‘rapists’ and ‘drug dealers’, The Simpsons published a short video featuring Homer and Trump in close quarters.

In the video Homer was slipped $50 by a campaign official to cheer on Trump at the launch, riffing on real-life allegations that The Donald had paid for support.

The snippet of The Simpsons episode can be found here:


Gordon Brown’s Ex-adviser Warns Britons to Stock Up “Bottled Water, Tinned Goods and Other Essentials”

A former adviser to UK’s ex-Prime Minister Gordon Brown has urged Britons to stock up on canned goods, bottled water and other essentials as stock markets around the world slide.

In a series of Twitter posts, an increasingly-distressed Damian McBride advised people to prepare for a financial crisis worse than that of 2008.

According to The Express, the ex-Head of Communications at the Treasury urged British families to put their cash in a safe place, stock up on bottled water and tinned goods, and organise a meeting point with loved ones in case transport and communication networks in Britain go down.

He wrote: “Advice on the looming crash, No.1: get hard cash in a safe place now; don’t assume banks & cashpoints will be open, or bank cards will work.

Crash advice No.2: do you have enough bottled water, tinned goods & other essentials at home to live a month indoors? If not, get shopping.

Crash advice No.3: agree a rally point with your loved ones in case transport and communication gets cut off; somewhere you can all head to.

Damian McBride

Mr McBride said that Britain was close to reaching a similar point in 2008 – when he was within the Treasury’s top team – and predicted that a crisis 20 times worse is about to kick in.

For a full chronology of what Mr McBride had said on Twitter, read: