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Tag: Gerald Celente
  • And the Beat Goes On

    The war drum is slowly beating louder and louder. However, instead of being heard in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, it is being heard in Iran. The potential for a war with Iran is reaching a frightening point. Newly released military contracts detail the US plan to “carry many thousands of military items from Concord, California, …

  • Angry, “progressive-libertarian,” 3rd party on the way?

    Apart from the GOP “liberty forum,” which includes as few as two or dozens of 2010 candidates depending upon whom you ask, there is little to offer in the way of choices in next year’s elections. Thus, I’m excited to see Gerald Celente’s prognosis of a 2010 “progressive-libertarian” third party arising. It’s always good to be skeptical of …

  • Ron Paul on the recession: ‘None of this is behind us’

    The Hill has a new article explain Ron Paul’s view on our economic woes, his assignment of blame to the Federal Reserve, and his conviction that Wall Street is still “a shaky place to be.”  Read it here. Trends researcher Gerald Celente agrees, predicting that “the worst is yet to come.” Dubbed as the world’s …

  • Is the worst still to come?

    Gerald Celente of the Trends Research Institute says yes: Conditions will continue to deteriorate. The global economy is terminally ill. The recession is in a brief remission, not the early stages of recovery. Cheap money, easy credit and unrestrained borrowing brought on an economic crisis that cannot be cured by monetary and fiscal policies that …

  • Unemployment Rate Under-Reported

    The most common figure floating around as the current unemployment rate tends to be about 9.5 percent, or 14.7 million people.  However, this is apparently a somewhat misleading figure:  it excludes “discouraged workers who’ve stopped looking,” “marginally attached workers who say they’d take a job, but haven’t looked in a month,” and “part-timers looking for …

  • “And God help us if he is right — again.”

    A Human Events interview with Gerald Celente, the President the Trends Research Institute posted on LewRockwell.com reports his dire predictions for our near economic and national future. A well-known forecaster, Celente has been following about 300 trends — for example, “family, crime, war, education, consumer & business patterns” — for upwards of thirty years, and …