- Global Economy on Unquestionable Decline Leading to War-Gerald Celente!
by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
Top trends researcher Gerald Celente is forecasting a slowing global economy in 2015, and oil is a leading indicator. Celente explains, “It’s all in oil. We’ve been talking about oil prices since they peaked in June of this year. Now, you are seeing a 30% decline in Brent crude and West Texas (crude oil). This is big and it’s not a manipulated market. This is real. Yes, supply is up, but demand is down, and demand is down big time. You don’t have to look at that as an assumption, you can look at that as a fact. Here’s the fact. The fact is China is one of the biggest consumers of energy and commodities in the world. You are seeing investment in China coming down to 2000 levels. You are seeing production falling back to great recession levels in 2008 and 2009. . . . This is a global slowdown. It’s in front of everybody’s eyes, and oil is telling the story.”
So, what’s in store for 2015? Let’s start with the global economy. Celente says, “The economy is on a decline and it’s unquestionable. They are boosting the equity markets with record low interest rates. It’s a Ponzi scheme, and at some point, it has to explode.” Celente goes on to preview a taste of the 2015 Trends Journal. Celente says, “One of the trends for 2015 is ‘bankism,’ not capitalism. Capitalism is dead. This isn’t capitalism. Four words killed it, and they are ‘too big to fail.’ Quantitative easing hasn’t stopped. They keep doing it, they just change the game.”
So, which do we get first: a global economic crash or a global world war? Celente says, “I would say first would come the economic calamity, but you don’t know what will cause it. For example, when 9/11 happened, they closed down Wall Street. If there is a terrorist strike, either false flag or real, they will blame the economic conditions on these terrorists. . . . They will use it as an excuse. So, you don’t know whether it’s heads or tails, but the coin will be flipped.”