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Celente Warns Of Coming Riots: “The Collapse Is Engulfing The World”

February 1, 2014

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He accurately predicted the trends that have shaped the last decade. Ahead of  the collapse of 2008 his Trends Journal newsletter issued a forecast  that stock markets, which had just hit all time highs, would buckle in the first  quarter of the year and that an unprecedented recession would blanket the global  economy. He said the decline in  financial markets would then be followed by  disillusionment in America’s political and economic systems, leading to the rise  of a third-party and widespread protests across America. And while officials the  country over tried to assuage fears in the populace, he cautioned that the  middle class would continue to be destroyed through taxation, regulation and  fiscal incompetence.

His foresight was 20/20.

Celente isn’t suggesting that a massive collapse is going to happen in the  future.

He says we’re already in it – and it’s taking hold right before our eyes  across the entirety of the globe:

This selloff in the emerging markets, with their currencies going down and  their interest rates going up, it’s going to be disastrous and there are  going to be riots everywhere…

So as the decline in their economies accelerates, you are going to  see the civil unrest intensify.

If you want to know a business that will thrive in 2014, it may well be  guillotines because these are ‘Off with their heads’  moments.

Meanwhile, they just passed laws in Spain to stop people from  protesting. But all  the laws in the world do not feed starving people.  All  the laws in the world do not put roofs over people’s heads.

That’s why you are going to see heads roll.

you can already see chaos engulfing the world as the Fed’s global  financial scheme is collapsing.  This collapse is engulfing the entire world,  from Russia, to South Africa, into China and emerging markets across the globe. 

Full Interview at King World News (also available in audio broadcast) via Steve Quayle

Should protesters in the U.S. threaten the status quo in any way they will be  dealt with like the people who took to the streets in the Ukraine, Egypt, Iran,  and Greece.

In fact, a Federal court recently upheld Congressional legislation passed in 2012  that allowed the herding of protestors into so-called “free speech” zones, and  to charge those who assemble at “official functions” designated  as areas of “national significance” with federal crimes punishable by one year  in prison.

Under that verbiage, that means a peaceful protest outside a  candidate’s concession speech would be a federal  offense…

Carefully controlled protests involving individuals who have been bused in by  their respective political party or union leaders are often televised by the  mainstream media in an effort to give Americans a false sense of freedom.

When these protests turn to uprising and riots because millions of people can  no longer keep a roof over their heads or food in their bellies, you can bet  that those involved will be dealt with swiftly and behind the cloak of terrorism  secrecy laws like the National Defense Authorization Act which essentially gives  the government the right to detain anyone, for any reason, for an indefinite  amount of time.

Why would they be war-gaming and simulating economic collapse scenarios and civil unrest?

Why are they continuing to borrow trillions of dollars from foreign creditors  and injecting the domestic economy with tens of billions of dollars on a monthly  basis?

The only plausible answer, given the current economic climate in America and  sentiment on Main Street, is that the authorities at the highest levels of our  government know that something very bad could happen.

And they confirmed this in two letters issued by two different Treasury  Secretaries over the last several years. Most recently, the Treasury department noted that failure to satiate our  nation’s never ending appetite for debt would have a “catastrophic  effect” on our economy:

Credit markets could freeze, the value of the dollar could plummet,  US interest rates could skyrocket, the negative spillovers could reverberate  around the world, and there might be a financial crisis and recession that could  echo the events of 2008 or worse.

Not only might the economic consequences of default be profound, but  those consequences, including high interest rates, reduced investment, higher  debt payments, and slow economic growth, could last for more than a  generation…

The fall-out from our current economic climate is going to be unprecedented. For those who deny this is  happening, understand that the above warning comes directly from our Treasury  Department. They’re the money guys. And they are telling us what’s going to  happen.

And be assured it won’t just be stock markets that drop precipitously.

What we’re talking about here is the collapse of the economy of the  United States of America – the richest nation on Earth.

The consequences will be devastating on every level and those of  us on Main Street will be taking the brunt of the impact.

Imagine a situation where jobs continue to be shed by the hundreds of  thousands every month without abatement. A situation where the price of basic  essentials like energy and food rise without restraint. A situation where  medical care is so expensive that average Americans will go bankrupt trying to  pay for government mandated coverage. A situation where whatever money you do  have in savings becomes worthless because our currency loses credibility around  the world.

This is what’s happening right now.

The scary version: There is no way to turn this around. It’s just going to  get progressively worse.

If you haven’t taken steps to prepare – to insulate yourself for an economic end  of the world as we know it – then life for you and your family is going to be horrific.

This is the depression.

CREDIT TO:   Freedom Outpost

http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/02/celente-warns-coming-riots-collapse-engulfing-world/#2THYbMlAbJT46ruD.99

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