A man who goes by the name of “Alexander Smith” and claims that he had been involved in highly-classified CIA experiments in the 80s, has claimed that the third world war will happen in 2118.
Speaking to conspiracy YouTube channel ApexTV, the man who claims the experiment has given him the ability to time travel, revealed “new details” about what would happen in the future. A clash between United States and North Korea will be the harbinger of the mother of all wars, Smith claimed.
The man said: “The world as we know it is abut to change a lot and I felt it being beneficial to humanity to know not only about this change but also about the secret technologies being withheld from the public.
“After my original video and after my second interview I did, in which I showed the photo taken in the year 2118, I have decided it is time to share every detail of my experience.”
He added: “The conflict started off small, however, it soon spread and Russia soon took the side of North Korea.
“Tensions began to escalate and eventually missiles were fired.
“However, as a result of this conflict, the world began to become one.
“As a result of that, of the conflict, which some might describe as WW3, the world became a better place.”
While “Mr Smith” presented no evidence to support his claims, he went into great detail about the apparent future conflict.
The claims by Smith have attracted over 8 million views on Youtube. Although recorded in November of last year, the video is again trending on social media now, probably because Kim Jung Un today said that he plans to shut down his country’s nuclear complex.
The North Korean leader said that besides shutting down his nuclear facility, he would also halt missile testing and cease hostile acts toward South Korea as part of a new agreement.
“We have adopted a military agreement to end the history of tragic confrontation and the history of hostility once and for all and promised to aggressively work towards making the Korean Peninsula … a land of peace that is freed from nuclear weapons and nuclear threats,” he said while standing next to South Korean President Moon Jae-in.