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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Economic Relevance - Gerald Celente and Max Keiser - January 26, 2016

Gerald Celente on USA Watchdog with Greg Hunter - Trends researcher Gerald Celente predicts, “It’s a global recession and it’s already on. What they could do to prop up the stock markets, I don’t know, but our forecast is they won’t be able to. It’s also very important to understand that the people will not blame Obama for the declining economy. They are not tuned in enough, and they have been pushed down to I don’t care and I don’t believe in hope and change anymore. It will be neutral as to the party preference.”

On the upcoming 2016 election, Celente says, Conservatives aren’t conservative anymore and liberals aren’t liberals anymore. . . . We see it as Trump and Clinton, at this point, and Trump is not going to get the woman vote. At this point, I think Clinton can beat Trump.”

On the subject of the stability of the banks, Celente says, “The only money I keep in a bank is money to run our business because here is the deal. If there is a terrorist strike, false flag or real, there will be a bank holiday and . . . bail-ins. The global banking system is in a bear market. China . . . Japan . . . . France bear market . . . UK is in a bear market. We are told everything is going to be okay. I wouldn’t put my money in the banks and I’ll tell you why. (They’ll say) We got your money and will give it back if and when we want to. Look what happened in Greece. Look what happened in Cyprus. . .”

Max Keiser on Infowars - Alex Jones talks with expert economist Max Keiser about the current state of the American dollar as well as the Russian Ruble. Speaking from Red Square in Mockba about Currency issues,  China's implosion and warnings to George Soros, Deutsche Bank and European QE, the failure of QE, Deflation, Putin and Russia, Donald Trump and the Presidential election, the Kleptocrats, Oil implosion and Shale, Gold, Flint, Michigan's poison water and infrastructure falling apart...

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