Dale And while Celente holds a US passport, he considers himself a citizen of the world. In the first half, Keiser and Herbert alternately discuss a current financial trenvs, comment on financial media reports, and provide commentary trendds the actions of bankers. Gerald Celente Revolvy I got most of it back but lose some. The Peso is diving. Futurologists Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. This is a list of monetary reformers from the past to the present according to several schools of thought.

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Federal Reserve will continue to lower interest rates in , thus keeping the economy moderately buoyant. As for the popular vote, it is most likely Trump will again lose in As he did in , however, and considering who the frontrunners are, swing state voters will not vote for a Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, or Pete Buttigieg.

Vice President. Thus, Trump will win in by default: the fault of the Democratic Party, whose candidates lack the mass appeal platform and personality needed to beat the Reality Show Champion Donald Trump. Few recognize it. Most are tuned out. Politicians across the globe are fighting for survival against angry mobs who want to overthrow them.

Citizens across the globe are fighting for freedom and survival. Fighting for freedom. Fighting against government control, corruption, income inequality, poverty, violence, crime… From South America to Africa, from the Middle East to Asia to Europe, millions are taking to the streets across the globe in numbers never seen before.

Too busy, tech-addicted, too many problems of their own… whatever it is. Because if they did, steps would be taken now to reverse the pain and destruction that will follow. Not News The mainstream media barely reports it. In the U. On the media front, several billionaires have been hitting the airwaves exalting how much they give and all they do to help elevate a socially and economically declining society.

From warlords to nobility to elected officials, the new millennium push is "Power to the People. Across the globe, protests, demonstrations, and uprisings are being led by groups of many and not one leader. Following no leader or allegiance to political parties, especially established ones, is a megatrend… a societal evolution. Trends are born, they grow, mature, reach old age, and die. This trend will also set the foundation for Direct Democracy: referendums on issues of going to war, tax breaks, austerity measures, censorship, etc.

Beyond politics, with exceptions, of course, it will reach into fashion, entertainment, and pop culture, where one style does not fit all. Global economies are slowing down, and uprisings across the globe are bringing governments down.

How to rise above it? Elegance: the new level of high style for low times. The bar has been raised. In fact, this new standard will set higher demands for everything from governments to public service and fashion to food. Combined with a slowing global economy and political unrest, these worsening socioeconomic conditions are being felt in cities, towns, and villages around the world Good and Bad In the U.

Out with the old, in with the new. Tired of the past and seeking the new, sequels were yesterday. What is it? What does it look like? Trends are born, they grow, mature, reach old age and die. What are they? Take a trip around the world. According to Fitch Ratings, global car sales in are expected to have a larger drop than in Mexico is in recession, and so, too, will more and more countries around the developed and developing world as economies sink lower in In New York City, ranked by New World Health as the wealthiest city in the world, with 65 billionaires and over , millionaires, has , homeless students or 10 percent of children in its public schools — a 70 percent increase over the past decade.

Adding to the decline of future jobs is the rise of robots replacing workers. And according to OECD, an intergovernmental economic organization, some 14 percent of jobs are likely to be lost in the upcoming years as a result of automation. Thus, as high tech accelerates, so, too, will global unemployment rates… and so, too, will the homeless population. What can be done to address this growing problem? Gerald Celente has identified a solution to help improve living conditions for the homeless.

For contact information, see below. Playing off the Summer Olympics, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is promoting the show that his country is recovered from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. The land around the Fukushima site has cooled enough that some people have been allowed to return to their homes. But political temperatures still run hot.

China, South Korea, and Taiwan have banned any food imports from the Fukushima prefecture; 21 other countries have at least a partial ban on produce from there.

About 1, metal storage tanks crowd the site, holding radioactive water that has been used to keep the radioactive piles cool. Each tank fills up in about ten days and holds up to 1, tons of fluids. So far, technologies to remove radioactive elements from the water have failed.

The NRA says that the diluted wastewater will contain less than one-thousandth of the radiation a person absorbs just by walking around anywhere on the Earth. But TEPCO admitted that the levels of Strontium in some tanks is more than times the limit the Japanese government has deemed safe. The dirty water also holds tritium, which damages DNA and other biochemicals when ingested. Symbolic of its displeasure, South Korea has announced plans to double its testing of some Japanese food imports.

From to , the U. Plutonium has a half-life of 24, years and causes radiation sickness, cancer, and other maladies even in small doses. A steady stream leaking into the Pacific Ocean could render vast swaths of the sea a no-go zone. Greenpeace and other environmental groups are sounding the alarm. Its debilitating, toxic effects leave no country, no corner of the world unscathed. It fits the definition of an addiction and an epidemic And it will worsen as each generation knows no other life and overindulges on their electronic devices.

Like pre-Baby Boomers were addicted to cigarettes, most smartphone and online addicts will ignore facts when presented and continue harming themselves to feed their addiction. The similarity, however, ends there. Effects accumulate insidiously over time to provoke serious illness. Increasingly, people are showing early, outward signs, from mild to intolerable.

There are also movements in Brussels and Poland to hold off on 5G until more data regarding its possible negative health effects is provided.

T-Mobile and Verizon plan to rollout 5G nationwide. We forecast that governments will force acceptance of 5G millimeter wave on the public despite health concerns. Court actions will ensue, and findings will expose what opponents claim are lies and scientific fraud that allowed the marketing of wireless technology originally.

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