Thursday, October 19, 2017

North Korea Wants Peace, Does America Want War?


The rising tensions between the United States and North Korea should have everyone worried. We are standing on the cusp of a nuclear war, the likes that this world has never before seen. Will tensions once again settle down, or is war inevitable this time around?

- Video Source, The Trends Research

Monday, October 16, 2017

Gerald Celente: Will Rising Interest Rates End Market Rally?


It is being predicted that the FED will raise interest rates in December 2017, will this be the spark that finally brings this bull market to an end? Is the bubble being set up to be popped, or will the market continue on rising higher, until the day it crashes and destroys the Western economies as we know it? Gerald Celente discusses this and much more.

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Friday, October 13, 2017

Gerald Celente: Tax Plan Enriches Rich


Gerald Celente breaks down the recent tax proposal coming out of the US government and exactly what it means to you, the everyday man and woman. Will this tax plan help the man on the street, or will it simply be another bail-out for the fat cats on Wall Street?

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Gerald Celente Says Gold Is Going To Shine In His Latest Report



Gerald Celente likes to say that his Trends Journal is history before it it even takes place, and for the latest edition of the Trends Journal, there is some interesting commentaries about gold.

As one can imagine, the commenting focuses on gold, the Chinese yuan, and the US dollar demise, dipped in oil.

In addition to looking forward on gold, Gerald hits several key topic areas this month including:
  • Cryptocurrency
  • European Union
  • Interest rates
  • Global move from the US dollar
  • American war apparatus

- Source, Silver Doctors

Sunday, October 1, 2017

This Is What Has The Elite Worried Across The Globe



Downward Pressure On The US Dollar

Gerald Celente: “The market was waiting for signals from the ECB and from the Fed on what they were going to do with unwinding their massive debt that they’ve accumulated with the bond buying schemes and the future of interest rates. Neither of those were addressed. All they did was blab. And that’s when you started seeing more downward pressure on the US dollar…

So looking at what the government knows and what they are telling us, they don’t know at a lot of levels what to do. And one of them is how to unwind this massive debt. You’re talking about just six central banks having over $15 trillion of debt that they’ve accumulated. How are they going to get rid of this debt? They don’t know how. So they are going to try to stop gold from going up every time they can, but they don’t know…

- Read More at King World News

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Historic Kingston sites tagged with anti-Trump graffiti

Anti-Donald Trump graffiti has been scrawled across historic structures in Uptown Kingston.

“Corrupt. Expensive. Useless. This is our president. Now, traitorous to?” spans the top of the carriage step, in front of the historic stone house, circa 1700, at the corner of John and Crown streets.

The thick strokes are written in indelible black ink.

Three other stone houses, including the Persen House, which Ulster County owns and operates as a museum, grace the other plots on the corner.

Taken together, they constitute the only place in America where pre-Revolutionary War buildings still stand on each corner.

Gerald Celente owns and maintains three of those buildings. Celente is founder of the Kingston-based Trends Journal Institute and publisher of the Trends Journal.

Celente is uncertain how to clean up the graffiti without making it worse. He does not think the graffiti is targeted at him or the historic buildings.

“It is just a moron expressing his anger without concern for what he is destroying,” Celente said Wednesday in his offices in the former Mohican Market on John Street.

But it is bigger than just a matter of mindless expression of a political view, Celente said.

“To me, it is an expression of the divided states of America,” he said, laying on the table a recent issue of the Trends Journal with a cover aimed at that point.


“People have lost respect for others. ‘It is only about me, what I believe. I don’t care about anybody else.’ It’s a free-for-all and a divisiveness we have not seen like anything else in our lifetime,” he said.

Trump supporter Roger Rascoe, chairman of the Ulster County Republican Committee, said he hopes authorities catch and prosecute those who wrote the graffiti to the fullest extent of the law.

For eight years, Rascoe said, he and others like him had disagreed respectfully with then-President Barack Obama and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

“It is a shame and disgraceful that folks on the other side do not share the same values we do,” Rascoe said.

Kingston Police Lt. Thierry Crozier said the department is following leads in the case but has made no arrests.

Several instances of the anti-Trump graffiti have been found in the past several weeks.

“If anyone has information about who is doing this, we would greatly appreciate them contacting us,” Crozier said.

“If you care about history, if you care about your city, you should be turning them in.”

- Source, Record Online

Monday, September 25, 2017

Gold, credit, and Japan: Making sense of it all

It’s a jam-packed Tuesday, but the Boom Bust team is ready to roll! Bailouts may have saved banks and certain companies in the past, but we’ll be footing the bill for years to come, while Italy hopes for the best as they look to an economic confidence boost. Gerald Celente joins us as we break down Japan’s economic woes. Bianca Facchinei tunes in to HBO as the company reels from a massive Game of Thrones data hack. We’ve got gold in our eyes and Peter Schiff looks at the highly-prized commodity, while Lionel of Lionel Media takes us for trip as Americans now have the highest credit card debt in US history! That and more on Boom Bust.

- Source, Russia Today

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Ukraine Could Explode Again, Causing Oil and Thus Gold to Rocket Higher

The other wildcard to watch also, by the way, is the rhetoric against Iran. That keeps going on and on. Iran has not invaded a country for 250 years. Yeah, but they’re in Syria. Well, that’s because Assad invited them in, and whether you like him or not, he was elected, and an international forum said it was a fair and free election. But the hatred that the United States has against Iran … And again, people know nothing about the history of how the United States, the CIA and the MI6 in the UK overthrew the democratically elected government of Mosaddegh in Iran in 1953, because the guy had the nerve to nationalize the oil company, and that’s when they brought in the Shah. And the oil companies that were going to be hit by that were Anglo-Iranian Oil, better known as British Petroleum (BP) and Standard Oil better known today as Exxon-Mobil.

So we believe the one to really watch, the wildcard there, that could really be a destabilizing force, driving up oil prices, driving up gold prices and really causing major destabilization not throughout just the Middle East, but through much of the world, is if there’s a real war with Iran. And also, keep your eye on Ukraine. That’s very unstable, and that could explode yet again at any moment.

- Source, Gerald Celente

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Gerald Celente On Markets: “When Interest Rates Go Up, This Thing Goes Down”

Go back to when Trump got elected, and going into the beginning of the year, so from November to the beginning of 2017, the dollar was soaring, and it all of a sudden started reversing. I've been around a long time, and I've never seen anything like this in my life with so much hatred is being sent out by the media, not only against Trump, but the Russians, and any other person or country that they don't like. Of course, I'm no Trump supporter, I'm a political atheist, I didn't vote for either of Trump or Clinton in the last election. And I'm not one of these people that say, "Oh, you have to go out and vote. If you don't vote then you deserve what you get." No, if you vote, you deserve what you get, because I don't support the Bloods and the Crips, and that's what the Democrats and Republicans are to me. They're murderers and thieves, their track records prove it. So, what I'm saying about Trump has nothing to do with me being a Trump supporter.

The hatred that the media has been selling, with hating the Russians, no evidence at all that they hacked into the Democratic National Committee, it's our assumption, it's our belief, it's our analysis. Can you imagine going to a court, Mike, and saying that to a judge? (The judge might say) "Show me some evidence." "How dare you ask me to show you evidence, judge? Don't you know who I am? I'm a presstitute for the Cartoon News Network, I'm a presstitute for the New York Times, the toilet paper of record. I'm a presstitute for MSNBC. I'll shove any crap I want down your throat and you repeat it to the American people. I don't need proof, all need are assumptions, and you know how good those are. You might remember that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and ties to Al-Qaeda." So, what I'm saying is they sell lies, and they sell hatred and dissent in the United States like I've never seen before in my life. Every time somebody got elected that you didn't like, the media would say, "Well you may not have supported that person, but now it's the president of our United States and we have to all work together. “

So now going back to the dollar. The war against Trump is actually the war against the economy in many ways, because when the Trump rally began, and anybody could go back to the facts, when Trump looked like he was going to win on November 8th, in the morning of November 9th, the Dow futures dove by over 800 points, thinking that he was going to win because the markets wanted Hillary. And then it reversed. And it reversed on the belief that his programs, again whether you like them or not, not the issue, only talking about business, were good for business because of tax reform, because of deregulation – again, whether or not you agree with it isn't the issue, we're talking about business – and with also the rebuilding of the infrastructure. None of that happened. That boosted of the dollar, now we're going into reverse. And, also, the rhetoric keeps heating up. Not only against Russia, but across the globe.


- Source, Gerald Celente via Value Walk

Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Financial Elite in America Are Too Big to Jail

Well, they're too big to jail, you remember that little freak, Eric Holder. Yeah, you remember him, he was brought in by Obama, the most transparent president he says in his campaigning for the presidency back in 2008. Yeah, so transparent that you could see right through him. He was a guy that promised to bring the banksters to jail. And Eric Holder, where does he go, he goes back to work for one of the white-shoe boy's firms over there on Wall Street, and wants to protect the banksters, and he says they were basically too big to jail.

We saw, what, $150 billion worth of fines, and not one head roll? It's a neo-feudal society, there are different rules for the political nobility and the economic elite. As you point out, yeah, Trump didn't drain the swamp, he just brought in new swamp creatures. Whether it's Mnuchin or all the generals that he brought in. I've never seen a White House filled with so much military brass and a bunch of Wall Street billionaires. So, when we're looking at it, no, I don't see any of that change coming.

But again, going back to the dollar and the strength of it, there may be some positives coming out of it. Wilbur Ross who's the Commerce Secretary, this isn't a guy I'd want to do business with, but if this is the guy that's going to defend my interest on the business field, and he's going to renegotiate these lousy trade deals, that's great for America. So, there's a give and a take on it, but right now it's only been a one-way street and that is when you look at the polls, that Trump is down at historic lows, and look at Congress, what, only 10% of the people look up to Congress? And yet people argue that their bunch of crooks is better than your bunch of crooks? So, I don't understand what's going on, how people could take orders from these jerks that play politicians.


- Source, Gerald Celente via Value Walk