The founder of Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, distributed a Trend Alert to subscribers on September 15, 2009. In it, he discusses coming trends and what we can expect. He also recommends an interview he appeared in with the news agency Russia Today on September 14, 2009. (Video below)
Yesterday, President Obama visited Wall Street and admonished its players for the “reckless behavior and unchecked excess at the heart of the crisis.” He credited his administration with pulling the country back from the brink. “We can be confident that the storms of the past two years are beginning to break,” Obama said.
At the Trends Research Institute we are anything but “confident.” What is ballyhooed as ‘recovery’ is nothing more than a cover-up; papering over historically unprecedented financial losses with historically unprecedented trillions of dollars spun out of thin air, backed by nothing, and producing practically nothing.
He did it again.Â He keeps repeating the same slogans over and over, without really explaining what sort of chain of events we can expect as the S gets close to HTF.
Heck, I can probably predict, word for word, everything he’s going to say in his next clip.Â
I still like him though.Â I just wish he would explain himself and his predictions a bit more…
…and he reaffirms my decision to become a “gun nut” – so please keep posting his stuff, Mac.
LOL Rick! When i watched the video I knew I’d see a comment from you about this! haha
I have been meaning to put up a new interview he did over at Rense.com last week. Haven’t listened to it yet, but i guess i will put it up by tomorrow for those who haven’t listened to it yet.Â Perhaps something new this time?
I think the prob is, that there is really nothing new to talk about insofar as long-term forecasting is concerned. But, I agree — I would like to see some specific details… I’d like to get into the mind of Gerald Celente and learn more about the trending data points he uses.
I live in New Zealand. One of my clients worked in a government department. He came to NZ on their behest for a week. My client had to entertain him for a week. I asked the client whether the client thought he had valid views. The client said he was ‘creepy’ and they couldnt wait for the weekt to be over.
Personally I think his views are valid though. But one must have an open mind 🙂