Skip to comments.Gerald Celente: “Economic Martial Law Will Be Declared”
Posted on 08/01/2011 1:23:23 PM PDT by Kartographer
In his latest quarterly Trends Journal (Summer 2011), Gerald Celente provides us another history of the future, in which he discusses global economic, monetary, and political events as they happen and what their consequences will be for months, years and decades to come. As he has said before, it is only a matter of time before a major terror attack is executed in a major Western nation. And once it happens it will send shock waves throughout the world, leading to mass global panic and a further tightening of the noose around the necks of the populace:
What will another major terror strike mean? Should an attack hit one of the major NATO nations, the effects, this time, will go global. Bank holidays will be called, the US and other fragile economies will crumble, gold and silver will soar, and already-troubled currencies will crash. Economic martial law will be declared. Introduced as a temporary measure, once in place it will remain in place (like the curfews and draconian security precautions installed by despots and dictators everywhere). Civil rights will be suspended and, particularly in America, Homeland Security, already intolerably intrusive, will achieve an Orwellian omnipresence.
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“I see the bad moon arisin,
I see trouble on the way”
I am John Galt.
“A cut aint a cut,” Sen. Coburn about 2 mins ago. I really don’t understand why repbulicans have not been able to make this point with the American people. A cut in the proposed rate of increase to a less unreasonable rate of increase IS NOT A CUT.
A distant thunder...
States themselves need to go Galt.
So, what is the difference between Martial Law and ECONOMIC Martial Law?
The states are going to win. Read this thread.
Had an eerie feeling this morning as I walked into the office building going to the elevators. In the front mezzanine area where the bank is, there were a dozen people or more standing there waiting eagerly for the bank to open for business. My first thought was, "Do these people know something that I don't know?". With all the drama going on over the budget fiasco and talk of default and also all the financial mess happening in Europe, I actually wondered for a moment if I was seeing the beginning of a bank run. Call me nervous.
You should really spell check your blog before posting.
Poor grammar and spelling makes a lot of people reach for the “Back” button.
I know the bill collectors are pretty damned antsy lately.
That’s a tough job in this economy.
Heard a radio commercial chiding people for keeping their savings in cash, not in the banks.
The fact that there is commercial tells me that there IS a silent run on the banks.
People are losing hope and confidence in the government. I sense growing frustration and cynicism.
Freepers were simply ahead of the curve on this subject. I pulled my accounts out of Chase in 2007 and went to a safer bank. My investor guru buddy tells me that I am almost always right, but my predictions come years too early.
The banking system, deficit spending, runaway entitlements, etc. are NOT SUSTAINABLE. This has been recognized for years. The only question was how long the government could lie, pretend, and delay the inevitable.
I just hope the bubble pops while Obama is in office so he can take the credit for the results of democrat policies.
I thought it was yours... Sorry.
So often someone posts a link to their blog where they annihilate a left wing position... But they do it with poor grammar and/or spelling which ruins it and guarantees that I will not share it.
Your link has errors right in the very first sentence, although after reading more of it, I noticed the rest was actually OK.
At their own risk. Many of us will not sit still for that level of tyranny.
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