What in the World is
A Website With Too Much Sensitive Information
NewsFocus.org, by Tim Watts - 070816
In October of 2015, the internet yielded another interesting nugget of curiosity
from it vast mine of information and endless tunnels of deeply hidden data. This
one would cause quite the stir.
A website came to light, named Deagel.com.
It originated August 31, 2003, as an international defense oriented website,
coalescing extremely sensitive military infrastructure information, referenced
from other military organizations, into one site.
The site raised internet concerns when it published predictions for a US
population of just 65-million people in 2025, a decrease of
over 245-million people!
It has been alleged to have ties with the
the World Bank,
Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development (OECD),
Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe OSCE, as well as the
Russian Defense Procurement
One look at their website, and you understand how these connections might be
possible, because there is a ton of sensitive information detailed on this one site.
Since its inception in 2003, the site has expanded into global economic information as
The excitement came about as discoverers of the site noticed that Deagel's
prediction for 2025 US population is just
Since the US is estimated to be well over 310-million right now, that is quite
an alarming decrease to be predicting.
As alarm started to spread across the internet, Deagel reportedly tried to say
that it had been hacked, and the low US number was the result of that hack, but a careful
examination of the website shows a different story that should raise a "Spock
eyebrow" for some.
According to their own website, Deagel has been
speculating on population since 2008. (No predictions previous to 2008 were
Since that time, Deagel has been consistently predicting an ever diminishing US
population, so for them to suggest that their site was hacked to lower
their estimate is extremely disingenuous at the least, and a bald faced lie at the worst.
Here are the actual projections from Deagel for the last seven years:
||65M (in 2025)
||88M (in 2025)
||182M (in 2025)
||187M (in 2025)
||248M (in 2020)
||264M (in 2020)
||271M (in 2020)
The interesting thing is, not all countries drop in population. Some do,
while others don't. The US appears to show the worst drop of all.
China is one of those countries that continually shows growth, according to
Deagel.com. According to the site's predictions, China is set to become the new
world economic leader.
Perhaps most surprising of all is the revelation of who is behind Deagel, and to
find that answer, Whois was the
solution. Early researchers were able to uncover that the person behind the
website was none other than former government insider, Edwin Deagle.
Deagle was Undersecretary of the Air Force under President Bill Clinton. He
later became Assistant to the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of
Defense under Clinton in 1994.
Edwin Deagle is also listed as an active member of the CFR.
Perhaps most telling of all is the interesting fact that Deagle is the Director for International Relations
for the Rockefeller Foundation, one of the leading eugenic supporters in
Just as interesting, it appears that once this information became public, in 2015 a concerted effort was made to
hide Deagle's name from the Whois information directory, as shown below.
It is no longer listed, as of October 2015.
This Whois registration change coincidentally took place at the same time
when all the internet talk was going on over the discovery of the website, back
many positions under the Bill Clinton administration.
Deagle wrote the foreword to the book, World Energy Survey, by Ruth
Sivard, 2nd edition (1981), in which he predicted a mass exodus from the US.
(see the end of this article)
One thing is clear from looking at Deagel.com... someone with highly placed
connections has published a ton of highly sensitive military and economic
information onto one website and is making dramatic predictions about world
For someone to be able to coalesce this kind of information takes incredible
effort and vast government and military resources.
To forecast a dramatic drop-off in US population is no small feat. It certainly
has garnered a great deal of world attention.
To this author though, perhaps the most important question might be, who the
site was originally developed for and how this strategic information is used by
those meant to receive it.
Given the public alarm over
the Georgia Guidestones, which suggest to many a
culling of the earth's population to the designated 500-million engraved on the
stones, coupled with the concern over GMO food and
government aerial spraying of
our skies with toxic chemtrails, it is no wonder people are concerned about
a predicted drop in population.
Now that the numbers are out, it will be interesting to watch population figures
over the next decade.
For the present, a little more scrutiny of Deagel.com is certainly in order, as
well as a close inspection of all others who are behind this bizarre defense
related information website.
[From the book...World Energy Survey, by Ruth
Sivard, 2nd edition (1981]
Foreword by Edwin A. Deagle, Jr.
"The massive energy transition the world has been undergoing
since 1973 continues to be full of surprises. Past predictions of energy
independence based on a diversity of supplies; of the unlikelihood that
conservation based on higher energy prices would be much help; of the prospect
that OPEC countries would drive prices higher and higher have all proven wrong.
Many people now interpret the current surplus in he oil market as evidence that
the power of OPEC is broken and the energy crisis is essentially over. This
prediction is undoubtedly wrong too."
"What is true is that energy will remain high on the policy agenda of most
countries for a decade and probably longer. New sources of supply require vast
sums of capital and long periods of time to bring to the market. The promise of
renewable sources of energy at reasonable prices remains in the future.
conservation in reaction to high energy prices has been the most successful
public response to the energy transition to date, greatly overshadowing the
efforts of governments."
"Nevertheless, governments and international agencies have begun to act. We note
that the United Nations is holding a Conference on New and Renewable Sources of
Energy at Nairobi, in August 1981. It is the first international effort in some
time to attempt to fashion strategies for international action; and we hope that
it will be successful."
"In the belief that informed public opinion is both the prerequisite and the
guarantee of effective public policy, The Rockefeller Foundation is pleased to
support the work of Ruth Sivard in preparing this volume. Revised and expanded
from an earlier version published in 1979, the volume is intended to provide an
overview of the world energy situation and prospects for the future. Its merit,
in our judgment, lies in the useful way it marshals complex facts and issues for
the lay reader. The foundation takes no formal positions on matters of public
policy and therefore does not, by its sponsorship, necessarily endorse the
substantive views expressed in this report. We are pleased, however, to support
this useful work with the hope that it will contribute greatly to public
understanding of these complex and vexing issues."
Edwin A. Deagle, Jr., Ph.D.
Director, International Relations
The Rockefeller Foundation