This Might Signal the End

Release date: January 5, 2022
Duration: 41min
Guest(s): Gerald Celente
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Researcher and Founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente shares how he came to this line of work.

“I was actually at a graduate school, and I was a bartender in the city, in New York, and my mother passed away at a very young age. I had two younger sisters, and they were living in Yonkers. I was working in Queens. I went home to live with my two younger sisters to take care of them. I didn’t want to get a job. A guys was running for Mayor of Yonkers, a city of over 200,000 people. So I said, let me go check this out. And because of the way I grew up, the people that get involved in these political campaigns, they don’t know anything. They are mostly losers looking for jobs. I got there and because of the way I grew up, the things I’ve done, I hit the top right away. I was working now on campaigns for district attorneys, senators, and they sent me up to Albany. I became the assistant to the Secretary of the New York State Senate at 26 years old.”

It was the worst job I ever had in my life. To watch grown men grovel, to suck their way up to the top wasn't for me. I mean, my buddy, Brian Donahue, who may he rest in peace, his wife became this Lieutenant Governor under Pataki. Young guys, we're talking in the back of the chamber. They hire a clown to open the door, Senator Frank Smith, Senator Tom Blake, whatever. They go ahead, the guy can't open a door by himself. Then my friends would leave me, follow the Senator to his seat and pull it back and help him sit down. I say to the guys, when I came back, I say, "Hey man, what's the matter? Kat can't sit down by himself? He needs some help?" They say, "You know Gerald, you have that kind of an attitude, you're not going to make you it here." I said, "Listen, this isn't my trip again.”

I'm only me because of where I grew up, my heritage and my mother, may she rest in peace, when I was a little kid before I knew what the word meant, she would say to me, a situation broke out, I hate cowards.”

“I quit that job and I began and teaching American Politics and Campaign Technology at St. John's University, how to run political campaigns. And then I got a job. I was the Chief Government Affairs Specialist for a trade association. I represented the chemical industry. I was killing environmental legislation at the height of the environmental movement in Washington, DC. I was staying at the Willard Hotel at 28 years old.”

“I became a political atheist.”—Gerald Celente

“Jimmy Carter came back from visiting Iran and said that the Shah, quote, ‘is the island of stability in the Middle East.’ This is when I became a political atheist. I look at things to the way they are, not the way I wanted them to be. So as everybody’s hating what is going on in Iran, and I’m seeing millions of people taking to the streets, I said, ‘Oh no, this thing is going down.’ As we used to say in the Bronx, bullshit has it’s own sound. What will golden oil prices do? And I started playing golden oil futures, not knowing anything about it. I parlayed a $5,000 bet into almost three quarters of a million dollars.”

“I went on to lose a lot of it. But I was learning and that's how I became a trend forecaster. I look at things to the way they are, not the way I want them to be. I study every day. I don't stop. I read about the current events forming future trends around the world.”

What do you see coming in the future?

“Well, they're going to be raising interest rates on the economic front. Of course, they're saying that the middle of December, they were saying that, well, they're not going to raise them until mid-March or mid-year rather. I see it happening earlier. When I was on your show, the last time, it was back in September, I said, what a bunch of baloney, this is they're shooting at this crap that, oh, inflation's only temporary. Then it went to transitory. So, they were either too stupid to know where it was going, or they knew where it was going and their artificial, which I believe they did. And they're artificially keeping the cheap money flowing in because when interest rates go up and the cheap money flow stops, the economy's going to go down and the equity markets are going to crash.”

“Look at, look at the insider trading. They're selling out now, big time, it's like $69 billion. Meantime stock buybacks are hit at all time high because they're getting the money for nothing, buying back to stocks so it looks like there's less of them available and keep artificially pushing the prices up. Look at merger and acquisition activity. All time, high, cheap money. When you look at the real interest rate, what was the inflation rate that just came out? What was it? 6.8%. Oh, and what is the Fed rate? Oh, near zero. So, what am I, stupid? You got negative interest rates.

So this is a whole scam because these liars, these little freaks, the central banksters were BSing us for how many years that went inflation hits around 2%, we will be raising interest rates. 2% of what happened today? What's what's the number that came out? Wholesale price measures, rose 9.6% in November. The fastest pace on record. This is a crime syndicate. They're oh, it's Christmas time coming up, right? No, this is criminal what's going on in America. It's a crime right in front of our eyes. Oh, you are too big to fail. Hey, we screwed all these people with sub prime mortgages and derivatives deals, all this crap. And now we're losing money. Give it back to us. Okay. So what the Federal Reserve do from 2007 to 2010, oh, they only pumped in $29 trillion into the system for the banksters. It's the banksters the drug dealers that people call big pharma, the military industrial complex that Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us about and high tech. They're running the country. They're running the world.”

“I’m not against a vaccine, I’m against a mandate.”—Robert Kiyosaki

Gerald Celente says, “Absolutely. I feel the same. Do want you want to do.”

Why would they leave the border open?

“I picked up Ronald Reagan at the Chicago Hilton, 1976. I was 30 years old. And he was the keynote speaker at our event. And I put on a brunch with him and our board of directors picked up him and Mike Diver and got in a taxi cab. There's two days before he is announcing he's running against Gerry Ford. I've been with presidents, prime ministers, and princes. The people in politics are the dumbest pieces of arrogant crap you could find. Look at a guy who's playing president. The guy's been sucking off the public tit, his whole life. Oh, this guy up in New Hampshire. After 50 years, he just retired. 50 years. These are the dumbest, arrogant, pathological lying, sociopaths, and psychopaths created among the human race. They can't get a job in the real world. And they're out of their minds. We got morons and imbeciles in charge. Here, I'll ask you one question. Show me one great thing the government has done. Show me one. Tell me one.”

Have you ever seen it this bad?

“No.”

“Me either,” Robert agrees.

2022 is a pivot year.

“It's only going to go down worse. You look at all these mandates that have happening around the world because of the Omicron on virus that has killed one person allegedly out of only eight billion and it's been going on since what, November 26th. So again, the fear that they're spreading. Business travel, international travel between New York and overseas was down only 77% from the end of November to the middle of December, down 77%. And now all the lockdowns, If you're not vaccinated, you have no freedom in Austria and Italy, now in Germany coming up, Czech Republic, one place after another. How could the markets keep going up? So for 2022, and again, I do not give financial advice and I have to make that very clear or else they come after me. It's GSB, gold silver and Bitcoin.

They're going to go down when interest rates go up, but the economy's going to go down too. So, they're going to go down temporarily. Then they're going to escalate very rapidly as people realize how bad it is. And the only thing that's keeping people from seeing again, we talked about inflation rate, how many people are... Median households income had his biggest decline ever in 2020. The facade that's making it look like everything is okay are the equity markets. When the equity markets crash, reality will hit main street. That's why it's GSB for me. And then I also see people say, well, there'll be a real estate crash. I says, no, I don't see one because this real estate boom was different than the others. The people had money to buy what they purchased unlike the last time with the subprime mortgages and all the inflation of what was going on.

But I do see a decline in commercial real estate. As we go into the end of the year, office occupancy rates in the United States are at 40%. That means 60% aren't coming back. And now we go into one of our new trends coming up. The metaverse. Love it, hate it. It's a virtual reality. Look, here we are. We're Zoomed together. Who would've thought this 10, 15 years ago. So you're going to see more and more people working at home. Commercial real estate was over built before and now in most cities, it's going to go down big as we see it. The metaverse, by the way, are going to have a lot of opportunities. One of the big ones being online education because the education system we have now stinks, it was invented by the Prussians at the beginning of the industrial age. Now we're going to the metaverse age. And all also with healthcare and a lot of other ontrend-preneur opportunities to stay ahead of this.

On the downside, of course, it's stopping the human relationship of people, knowing each other, feeling each other and touching each other, which is a whole different story.So that part goes down. Again, going back to the occupancy rate, hotels, restaurants. Oh, why am I going to send... You don't have to do business travel. I could save money here. I don't need eight floors in this skyscraper. All I need a three. So that you're going to be saving money on that. Another big one to look at is simplicity. Everything has become too complicated. Talking about high tech. Again, guys like us, I remember driving a stick shift. And why do I go all this crap on this on the dashboard that when it breaks, it costs several dollars to fix and you don't need it. You're going to start seeing things going back to simplicity for smart companies that are going to take advantage of it. A lot of things became too high tech.

Another big trend to look at is the one going on in China. As we talked about the supply chain disruptions and how it drove up inflation. What's going on in China? Dual circulation policy. Yeah, we're going to keep exporting things and we're going to make sure the [inaudible 00:22:59] stays low so our products seem cheap. But we're also at $1.4 billion, we want the people to buy made in China, dress made in China, sing made in China, be made in China, self-sufficient economy, dual circulation. And that's what America should be if it wants to get back up. Because we have all the human and natural resources we need. We wouldn't have a supply chain disruption. Here I am in Kingston, New York with again, shirt factory used to be and shoe factories and everything. Now everything comes from overseas. So the smart nations are going to be as self-sufficient as they can be.”

In New York City, anybody can vote; you don’t have to be a citizen to cast your vote anymore. Explain that?

“You don't have to be a citizen to vote in New York City. This is how criminal and how sick minded these people are. And you know why they're doing it? Because then they feel I can get the immigrant votes when they come in and when it come election time. That's the only reason. Again here, politicians, I forgot to name the other stupid moronic self-serving jerks that are in government, bureaucraps. These are people that can't get a job in the real world, that suck into the political system to become part of it. Those are the morons running the show. That's what's going on in New York. It's only to get the votes.”

What is going to happen with all these people coming in to vote against people with money? That’s Marxism; it’s abolition of private property.

“Well, I don't think they're going to vote out the rich at all, because the rich, matter of fact, there's a whole thing about de Blasio, how he got all his money from the rich, right,” Gerald says.

But it’s crushing the middle class, right?

“Yeah. The billionaires don't want the middle class because all they want are workers of slavelandia. They brag that they're paying $15 an hour. Who can live on $15 an hour? Oh, what was the inflation rate? Only what, 6.8%. How much agents go up? Oh, I think about 4.6%. Oh yeah. The real inflation numbers. According to John William shadow stats, who I deeply respect because they rigged the inflation numbers for two reasons. Number one. They wouldn't have to raise interest rates so the bigs could get all that cheap money. Number two. So you wouldn't have to pay more in social security, because it was attached to interest rates. The real interest rate is about 15%. So now, the bigs, they want cheap labor. They don't want a middle class.

Again, when we were young guys, they may censor you for this, there were things called drug stores, stationery stores, grocery stores, hardware stores, and now they're all chains. There are no private stationary stores. No, we got Staples. We got Office Depot. We got Lowes. We got Home Depot. We don't need the local hardware stores. No, we don't need grocery stores. We got Hannaford's. We got Kroger. And we want cheap help. And this is the difference too. When they had all those local stores, the people that worked in them saw a future. They'd say maybe I'll do this when I get older or else they moved up the chain because the people they were working with appreciated it. Gone. Now you go to Starbucks, boop, you're stuck in Starbucks, when you got there, where you are and you could be there for years. That's the other one, I get a kick out of. They call them barristers for pouring coffee. When I was the kid, I was a soda jerk in a candy store. Oh, but you're not a coffee jerk. You're a barista.”

What is your Trends Journal about? What can people expect if they subscribe?

“It’s a weekly magazine and we give our every ounce of energy that we have. It averages about 130 pages a week. No ads. Here, if this is today's, this is, let's see, this is a business section of the New York Times. Look at the big, stupid picture they have over here. This is because journalism is dead. One picture after another, filling up the pages, look at this. How stupid can you be? $3 a day for crap. So what we do, we only have one little photo. And we write about all the current events, geopolitics, economics, socioeconomics environment, high tech science, technocracy, survivalism by Bradley Steiner, you know how to fight for your life.

And what we do is we tell the people what's going on, what it means and what's next. Here are the trend forecasts. This is what you might want to consider doing. These are the opportunities. These are the dangers. This is what you need to do to prepare, prevail and prosper. I have to say, there's no magazine like it in the world. If anybody could show me anything that comes close to it, please let me know. You think of Time Magazine. Oh yeah. Last week's news, next week. Oh, it's great. It's going to help me a lot.

So what we are doing is we are giving the people everything that we can to give them the trends that are shaping the future, shaping their lives and showing them what they can do to stay ahead of the curve rather than go down with it. Because we are going, I've been at this, this my 42nd year. I have never, never been so concerned about the future as I am now, because here is the bottom line. When all else fails, they take you to war.”

How much does this important journal cost?

“It’s $3 a day, $2 per week, or $129 for the whole year. And again, when I say I'm concerned about when all else fails, they take you to war, go back to the.com bust. The NASDAQ was down 66% before 9/11, 66% before 9/11. 9/11 happens, a month later, Afghan war, 88% of the people went for it, phony boom. But this time they said, they asked Einstein, "What kind of weapons will be used to fight the third world war?" He said, "I don't know". He said, "But they'll be using sticks and stones to fight the fourth". And that's my greatest concern. And this is one to look at, what's going on in Turkey. The inflation rate in Turkey, the actual inflation rate is over 40%. The Turkish lira has declined over 45% this year alone against the dollar.

You look what happens with Erdoğan, the guy in control that doesn't want to let go of it. Will there be a war against the Kurds? Will he be going into Syria? What's going to happen in the Middle East. These are the kind of things we're telling the people to look at because you're not finding that information anywhere. Oh, then there's a place called Ethiopia. Oh, it's only the second largest country in Africa with a civil war going on. Oh yeah. Right at the Horn of Africa, near Europe over there, migrant crisis. You're talking about what's going on in the United States. Oh, inflation skyrocketing. You're going to see a migrant wave we've never seen before. You're going to see political unrest we haven't seen before. These are the times to really know what's going on and get serious about it.”

Visit www.trendresearch.com for more from Gerald Celente and his publication.

Researcher and Founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente shares how he came to this line of work.

“I was actually at a graduate school, and I was a bartender in the city, in New York, and my mother passed away at a very young age. I had two younger sisters, and they were living in Yonkers. I was working in Queens. I went home to live with my two younger sisters to take care of them. I didn’t want to get a job. A guys was running for Mayor of Yonkers, a city of over 200,000 people. So I said, let me go check this out. And because of the way I grew up, the people that get involved in these political campaigns, they don’t know anything. They are mostly losers looking for jobs. I got there and because of the way I grew up, the things I’ve done, I hit the top right away. I was working now on campaigns for district attorneys, senators, and they sent me up to Albany. I became the assistant to the Secretary of the New York State Senate at 26 years old.”

It was the worst job I ever had in my life. To watch grown men grovel, to suck their way up to the top wasn't for me. I mean, my buddy, Brian Donahue, who may he rest in peace, his wife became this Lieutenant Governor under Pataki. Young guys, we're talking in the back of the chamber. They hire a clown to open the door, Senator Frank Smith, Senator Tom Blake, whatever. They go ahead, the guy can't open a door by himself. Then my friends would leave me, follow the Senator to his seat and pull it back and help him sit down. I say to the guys, when I came back, I say, "Hey man, what's the matter? Kat can't sit down by himself? He needs some help?" They say, "You know Gerald, you have that kind of an attitude, you're not going to make you it here." I said, "Listen, this isn't my trip again.”

I'm only me because of where I grew up, my heritage and my mother, may she rest in peace, when I was a little kid before I knew what the word meant, she would say to me, a situation broke out, I hate cowards.”

“I quit that job and I began and teaching American Politics and Campaign Technology at St. John's University, how to run political campaigns. And then I got a job. I was the Chief Government Affairs Specialist for a trade association. I represented the chemical industry. I was killing environmental legislation at the height of the environmental movement in Washington, DC. I was staying at the Willard Hotel at 28 years old.”

“I became a political atheist.”—Gerald Celente

“Jimmy Carter came back from visiting Iran and said that the Shah, quote, ‘is the island of stability in the Middle East.’ This is when I became a political atheist. I look at things to the way they are, not the way I wanted them to be. So as everybody’s hating what is going on in Iran, and I’m seeing millions of people taking to the streets, I said, ‘Oh no, this thing is going down.’ As we used to say in the Bronx, bullshit has it’s own sound. What will golden oil prices do? And I started playing golden oil futures, not knowing anything about it. I parlayed a $5,000 bet into almost three quarters of a million dollars.”

“I went on to lose a lot of it. But I was learning and that's how I became a trend forecaster. I look at things to the way they are, not the way I want them to be. I study every day. I don't stop. I read about the current events forming future trends around the world.”

What do you see coming in the future?

“Well, they're going to be raising interest rates on the economic front. Of course, they're saying that the middle of December, they were saying that, well, they're not going to raise them until mid-March or mid-year rather. I see it happening earlier. When I was on your show, the last time, it was back in September, I said, what a bunch of baloney, this is they're shooting at this crap that, oh, inflation's only temporary. Then it went to transitory. So, they were either too stupid to know where it was going, or they knew where it was going and their artificial, which I believe they did. And they're artificially keeping the cheap money flowing in because when interest rates go up and the cheap money flow stops, the economy's going to go down and the equity markets are going to crash.”

“Look at, look at the insider trading. They're selling out now, big time, it's like $69 billion. Meantime stock buybacks are hit at all time high because they're getting the money for nothing, buying back to stocks so it looks like there's less of them available and keep artificially pushing the prices up. Look at merger and acquisition activity. All time, high, cheap money. When you look at the real interest rate, what was the inflation rate that just came out? What was it? 6.8%. Oh, and what is the Fed rate? Oh, near zero. So, what am I, stupid? You got negative interest rates.

So this is a whole scam because these liars, these little freaks, the central banksters were BSing us for how many years that went inflation hits around 2%, we will be raising interest rates. 2% of what happened today? What's what's the number that came out? Wholesale price measures, rose 9.6% in November. The fastest pace on record. This is a crime syndicate. They're oh, it's Christmas time coming up, right? No, this is criminal what's going on in America. It's a crime right in front of our eyes. Oh, you are too big to fail. Hey, we screwed all these people with sub prime mortgages and derivatives deals, all this crap. And now we're losing money. Give it back to us. Okay. So what the Federal Reserve do from 2007 to 2010, oh, they only pumped in $29 trillion into the system for the banksters. It's the banksters the drug dealers that people call big pharma, the military industrial complex that Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us about and high tech. They're running the country. They're running the world.”

“I’m not against a vaccine, I’m against a mandate.”—Robert Kiyosaki

Gerald Celente says, “Absolutely. I feel the same. Do want you want to do.”

Why would they leave the border open?

“I picked up Ronald Reagan at the Chicago Hilton, 1976. I was 30 years old. And he was the keynote speaker at our event. And I put on a brunch with him and our board of directors picked up him and Mike Diver and got in a taxi cab. There's two days before he is announcing he's running against Gerry Ford. I've been with presidents, prime ministers, and princes. The people in politics are the dumbest pieces of arrogant crap you could find. Look at a guy who's playing president. The guy's been sucking off the public tit, his whole life. Oh, this guy up in New Hampshire. After 50 years, he just retired. 50 years. These are the dumbest, arrogant, pathological lying, sociopaths, and psychopaths created among the human race. They can't get a job in the real world. And they're out of their minds. We got morons and imbeciles in charge. Here, I'll ask you one question. Show me one great thing the government has done. Show me one. Tell me one.”

Have you ever seen it this bad?

“No.”

“Me either,” Robert agrees.

2022 is a pivot year.

“It's only going to go down worse. You look at all these mandates that have happening around the world because of the Omicron on virus that has killed one person allegedly out of only eight billion and it's been going on since what, November 26th. So again, the fear that they're spreading. Business travel, international travel between New York and overseas was down only 77% from the end of November to the middle of December, down 77%. And now all the lockdowns, If you're not vaccinated, you have no freedom in Austria and Italy, now in Germany coming up, Czech Republic, one place after another. How could the markets keep going up? So for 2022, and again, I do not give financial advice and I have to make that very clear or else they come after me. It's GSB, gold silver and Bitcoin.

They're going to go down when interest rates go up, but the economy's going to go down too. So, they're going to go down temporarily. Then they're going to escalate very rapidly as people realize how bad it is. And the only thing that's keeping people from seeing again, we talked about inflation rate, how many people are... Median households income had his biggest decline ever in 2020. The facade that's making it look like everything is okay are the equity markets. When the equity markets crash, reality will hit main street. That's why it's GSB for me. And then I also see people say, well, there'll be a real estate crash. I says, no, I don't see one because this real estate boom was different than the others. The people had money to buy what they purchased unlike the last time with the subprime mortgages and all the inflation of what was going on.

But I do see a decline in commercial real estate. As we go into the end of the year, office occupancy rates in the United States are at 40%. That means 60% aren't coming back. And now we go into one of our new trends coming up. The metaverse. Love it, hate it. It's a virtual reality. Look, here we are. We're Zoomed together. Who would've thought this 10, 15 years ago. So you're going to see more and more people working at home. Commercial real estate was over built before and now in most cities, it's going to go down big as we see it. The metaverse, by the way, are going to have a lot of opportunities. One of the big ones being online education because the education system we have now stinks, it was invented by the Prussians at the beginning of the industrial age. Now we're going to the metaverse age. And all also with healthcare and a lot of other ontrend-preneur opportunities to stay ahead of this.

On the downside, of course, it's stopping the human relationship of people, knowing each other, feeling each other and touching each other, which is a whole different story.So that part goes down. Again, going back to the occupancy rate, hotels, restaurants. Oh, why am I going to send... You don't have to do business travel. I could save money here. I don't need eight floors in this skyscraper. All I need a three. So that you're going to be saving money on that. Another big one to look at is simplicity. Everything has become too complicated. Talking about high tech. Again, guys like us, I remember driving a stick shift. And why do I go all this crap on this on the dashboard that when it breaks, it costs several dollars to fix and you don't need it. You're going to start seeing things going back to simplicity for smart companies that are going to take advantage of it. A lot of things became too high tech.

Another big trend to look at is the one going on in China. As we talked about the supply chain disruptions and how it drove up inflation. What's going on in China? Dual circulation policy. Yeah, we're going to keep exporting things and we're going to make sure the [inaudible 00:22:59] stays low so our products seem cheap. But we're also at $1.4 billion, we want the people to buy made in China, dress made in China, sing made in China, be made in China, self-sufficient economy, dual circulation. And that's what America should be if it wants to get back up. Because we have all the human and natural resources we need. We wouldn't have a supply chain disruption. Here I am in Kingston, New York with again, shirt factory used to be and shoe factories and everything. Now everything comes from overseas. So the smart nations are going to be as self-sufficient as they can be.”

In New York City, anybody can vote; you don’t have to be a citizen to cast your vote anymore. Explain that?

“You don't have to be a citizen to vote in New York City. This is how criminal and how sick minded these people are. And you know why they're doing it? Because then they feel I can get the immigrant votes when they come in and when it come election time. That's the only reason. Again here, politicians, I forgot to name the other stupid moronic self-serving jerks that are in government, bureaucraps. These are people that can't get a job in the real world, that suck into the political system to become part of it. Those are the morons running the show. That's what's going on in New York. It's only to get the votes.”

What is going to happen with all these people coming in to vote against people with money? That’s Marxism; it’s abolition of private property.

“Well, I don't think they're going to vote out the rich at all, because the rich, matter of fact, there's a whole thing about de Blasio, how he got all his money from the rich, right,” Gerald says.

But it’s crushing the middle class, right?

“Yeah. The billionaires don't want the middle class because all they want are workers of slavelandia. They brag that they're paying $15 an hour. Who can live on $15 an hour? Oh, what was the inflation rate? Only what, 6.8%. How much agents go up? Oh, I think about 4.6%. Oh yeah. The real inflation numbers. According to John William shadow stats, who I deeply respect because they rigged the inflation numbers for two reasons. Number one. They wouldn't have to raise interest rates so the bigs could get all that cheap money. Number two. So you wouldn't have to pay more in social security, because it was attached to interest rates. The real interest rate is about 15%. So now, the bigs, they want cheap labor. They don't want a middle class.

Again, when we were young guys, they may censor you for this, there were things called drug stores, stationery stores, grocery stores, hardware stores, and now they're all chains. There are no private stationary stores. No, we got Staples. We got Office Depot. We got Lowes. We got Home Depot. We don't need the local hardware stores. No, we don't need grocery stores. We got Hannaford's. We got Kroger. And we want cheap help. And this is the difference too. When they had all those local stores, the people that worked in them saw a future. They'd say maybe I'll do this when I get older or else they moved up the chain because the people they were working with appreciated it. Gone. Now you go to Starbucks, boop, you're stuck in Starbucks, when you got there, where you are and you could be there for years. That's the other one, I get a kick out of. They call them barristers for pouring coffee. When I was the kid, I was a soda jerk in a candy store. Oh, but you're not a coffee jerk. You're a barista.”

What is your Trends Journal about? What can people expect if they subscribe?

“It’s a weekly magazine and we give our every ounce of energy that we have. It averages about 130 pages a week. No ads. Here, if this is today's, this is, let's see, this is a business section of the New York Times. Look at the big, stupid picture they have over here. This is because journalism is dead. One picture after another, filling up the pages, look at this. How stupid can you be? $3 a day for crap. So what we do, we only have one little photo. And we write about all the current events, geopolitics, economics, socioeconomics environment, high tech science, technocracy, survivalism by Bradley Steiner, you know how to fight for your life.

And what we do is we tell the people what's going on, what it means and what's next. Here are the trend forecasts. This is what you might want to consider doing. These are the opportunities. These are the dangers. This is what you need to do to prepare, prevail and prosper. I have to say, there's no magazine like it in the world. If anybody could show me anything that comes close to it, please let me know. You think of Time Magazine. Oh yeah. Last week's news, next week. Oh, it's great. It's going to help me a lot.

So what we are doing is we are giving the people everything that we can to give them the trends that are shaping the future, shaping their lives and showing them what they can do to stay ahead of the curve rather than go down with it. Because we are going, I've been at this, this my 42nd year. I have never, never been so concerned about the future as I am now, because here is the bottom line. When all else fails, they take you to war.”

How much does this important journal cost?

“It’s $3 a day, $2 per week, or $129 for the whole year. And again, when I say I'm concerned about when all else fails, they take you to war, go back to the.com bust. The NASDAQ was down 66% before 9/11, 66% before 9/11. 9/11 happens, a month later, Afghan war, 88% of the people went for it, phony boom. But this time they said, they asked Einstein, "What kind of weapons will be used to fight the third world war?" He said, "I don't know". He said, "But they'll be using sticks and stones to fight the fourth". And that's my greatest concern. And this is one to look at, what's going on in Turkey. The inflation rate in Turkey, the actual inflation rate is over 40%. The Turkish lira has declined over 45% this year alone against the dollar.

You look what happens with Erdoğan, the guy in control that doesn't want to let go of it. Will there be a war against the Kurds? Will he be going into Syria? What's going to happen in the Middle East. These are the kind of things we're telling the people to look at because you're not finding that information anywhere. Oh, then there's a place called Ethiopia. Oh, it's only the second largest country in Africa with a civil war going on. Oh yeah. Right at the Horn of Africa, near Europe over there, migrant crisis. You're talking about what's going on in the United States. Oh, inflation skyrocketing. You're going to see a migrant wave we've never seen before. You're going to see political unrest we haven't seen before. These are the times to really know what's going on and get serious about it.”

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