It is impossible to predict the future, and reality is not linear cause-and-effect. Usually, it's a cybernetic feedback system.
I met people who really think there is a world-wide conspiracy by incredibly brilliant but demonic people to impose some sort of New World Order on the globe. Oh really? The entire Middle East is falling apart, as I predicted when the retarded George Bush, influenced by the traitors and cowards known as neocons, invaded Afghanistan and Iraq. Everything I predicted came true, including Iran invading Iraq (Iran is a country thousands of years old: Iraq isn't a country at all).
United States of Europe? The place is falling apart. Muslims taking over Europe? They'll be expelled at best, slaughtered at worst.
People like to believe in conspiracies several hundred years old, and witches, and demons, because it allows them to make simple sense of a world increasingly complex and chaotic world. And it allows them to blame their problems on other people, which is the first defense humans engage in.
I read about people "taking the Red Pill" and getting out of the Matrix and other such things. To which I smile and say: sure, whatever, not when you believe everything is a conspiracy.
Look up what Isaiah says about conspiracies. You don't know? You should. Google it. I've quoted it several times here.
I personally like the World English Bible translation.