Your alleged prophecies are so vague as to be meaningless. There's always some sort of war going on. Vague prophecies can always be shoe ironed to fit events. People have been doing it with Nostradamus for years.
Everyone is doomed to die, but AIDS is no longer the death sentence it once was.
The Spratly Islands are highly disputed, it stands to reason something will happen this year. There's always something happening, arrests of fishing vessels, American battleships sailing past, artificial coral reefs being built, los of stuff.
Do I think the Philippines will be erased from the map?
Given time yes. Pangea would have been erased from the map if there were any maps back then, and when the sun eventually goes nova it will all be erased.
Those are all fairly likely events. Anyone could predict something like that. The South China Sea is a flashpoint between China and its neighbours.
Vague predictions with no time limit aren't proof of anything. The problem is that when people stick their necks out and say something specific they're wrong, like when self proclaimed son of God David Icke said Cuba would sink beneath the waves in 1999.
The group people with the best track record of predicting the future are science fiction writers. That's not because of divine inspiration, it's down to a good imagination and a sound understanding of current events and trends.
[I guess you are familiar with Jesus Christ. When was He born, and when was He crucified and died? The spirit of Ama said when and they are both correct.
Sez you. There's no hard evidence he even existed. What he did do was follow the mythology of the sacrificed god. Osiris, Odin and Marduk all died and rose again before Christ got in on the act. He wasn't exactly original.
Look you can believe what you like, and as long as you're not preaching hate I don't have a problem with it. Just don't try claiming there's any real evidence for what you actually believe, because there isn't any. It's all hearsay and vague prophecies. Most of the Bible is 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th hand accounts of what happened. A lot of it is plain wrong. There was no census in Israel during the reign of Augustus, and there never was one where people had to return to their birthplace.
That was Matthew trying to massage events to fit in with prophecies.