Gerald Celente: What Happened to the USSR is Happening to the USSA

by | Nov 12, 2009 | Forecasting, Gerald Celente | 5 comments

Lew Rockwell interviews Gerald Celente on November 11, 2009. Mr. Celente discusses the economy, fake numbers, the criminal enterprise known as government, the second American revolution and false flag attacks.

Listen to the interview (13.5 minutes):

http://media.lewrockwell.com/download.php?filename=2009-11-09_142_is_the_government_too_big_to_fail.mp3

“We see what happened to the USSR is happening to the USSA. It’s breaking down. You cannot control a number of people, over 300 million, by a centralized government. It’s too big to operate. In the future we definitely see more secessionist  movements and even regional governments.”

If we are, in fact, in the final throes of socialism, as we briefly discussed in Empty Your Bank Accounts, then the possibility of regional governments is becoming more and more likely. If, for example, the entire system were to collapse as forecasters like Marc Faber, Gerland Celente and Bob Chapman have predicted, then regional and local governments will become the invention of necessity as more people isolate themselves within their communities and depend less on the federal government, which will be essentially broke and powerless in respect to providing essential services and support functions.

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    5 Comments

    1. ovals

      This one got me doing all kinds of “USSA” search over at youtube.

      I can’t believe that it is actually coming to this — we are actually discussing THESE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in the context of socialism and communism. Is this really happening?

      Random Parody Video:

    2. Rick Blaine

      Is that Kermit the Frog singing the song that Ovals posted???

      Some new stuff from Celente…nice.

      I’ll repeat my prediction once again:  before this is all said and done, at least one state will try to secede…maybe not this year…maybe not next year.  My timeline is before 2020…at the latest.

    3. TTJ

      This morning, Nov. 13 Mr. Celente was a guest on Good Morning Minnesota interviewing with Governer,  Tim Pawlenty, who interestingly is seen as a potential 2012 presidential candidate according to The Associated Press. Gerald’s interview should be posted within the next few hours on http://www.830wcco.com

      Seriously consider subscribing to The Trends Journal http://www.thetrendsjournal.com. Mr. Celente emails you Trend Alerts & Trends In The News Features when current events of major social, economic, and political significance occur – that’s in addition to the actual Journal, which by the way does include Positive information regarding the Renaissance. Well worth the investment.

    4. admin

      TTJ, thanks for the comment. I will watch for the interview and get it posted when it becomes available.

      For our value SHTFplan readers, I second TTJ’s recommendation. The Trends Journal is a fantastic publication, unlike anything you have read before. Celente is brilliant.

    5. NetRanger

      Mac,

      Celente is indeed brilliant. …and entertaining. I enjoy is east coast candor and his global insight into what is going on. I recently made the plunge and subscribed to the Trends Journal. I got all of this years back issues via e-mail. They are incredible.

      -NR

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