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KWN - 2011 Top Trends Forcast by Gerald Celente: 12/29/10


Gerald Celente: Founder & Director of the Trends Research Institute - Gerald gives King World News listeners a sneak peak at his brand new 2011 Trends Research Institute Newsletter. Gerald has been quoted and interviewed in media throughout the world such as, CNBC, Fox News, CBS This Morning, 48 Hours, ABC, NBC, BBC, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Business Week, Financial Times, U.S. News and World Report, The Economist and more.

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Well it is easy to predict things

If you can redefine what you meant afterward.

There is always social upheaval, the real question is the scale - do the Greek or London riots from last year count as "social upheaval" - well compared to the watts and Detroit riots of the 1960s, nope.

Economic upheaval, did we experience that last year, compared to 1929, 0r even 1921 or 1970s ? nope.

Celente is mostly entertainment. I like that he calls loss of rights what they really are, and points out the BS of the gov. economic forecasts, but as a real predictor, naw.

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True, Celente is intertaining.

What happened to his prediction about the stock market crash of 2010?

He's not always right, but always entertaining.

Not a huge Celente fan.

Often times I get the impression that he's just an old crank, but that is regardless of his projected trends (being severely economically downward, and societal upheaval) which I do agree with. It's just that I find little true original insight to the causes that he has given. It's also really hard just to listen to his voice.

I guess I'll have to wait for youtube--


I like Gerald.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Speaking of trends...

This futuretrend map was posted at ZeroHedge this morning:



Only the acceptance of the truth can defeat systemic evil.


ZeroHedge one of my favorite websites.

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Some trends I would like to

Some trends I would like to see develop:

Facebook/Couchsurfing diplomacy = Traditional heads of state are perceived as being irrelevant and illegitimate in an age of information where everyday individuals may communicate with each other regardless of their location or nationality. Freedom and liberty are no longer confined to lines drawn on a map but become a state of mind in individuals around the world.

Warfare on a mass scale becomes impossible = The people are just too well informed thanks to the Internet and social networking and will no longer accept traditional fear mongering and war propaganda.

Only the acceptance of the truth can defeat systemic evil.

I have wondered also whether-

government's primarily role is to distill divine conscience, including voluntarily publicizing standards and ideals that are more readily available in the digital age

elaboration: "the 'Virtual' Party"

That would be great, but

That would be great, but there will still be massive amounts of disinformation to deal with.

Some people think I am crazy for shunning TV and radio news for the internet, they say there is a bunch of BS on the internet. True, there is, but when you watch TV or listen to the radio, you KNOW that it's propoganda, at least on the internet you might find some truth.

Another trend I'd like to see:

Encryption = People learn more about cryptography/encryption in order to protect their privacy.

Only the acceptance of the truth can defeat systemic evil.

While it is a nice thought

The fact is that most people are too lazy to communicate on the level they would need in order to be informed enough.

Liberty requires effort, and there's the problem. Its become way too easy to let others make your decisions for you.

"The White Shoe Boys....!" I

"The White Shoe Boys....!" I love Gerald. He cracketh me up!

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"


I guess the game is on by the looks of it.



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Bump: Listen to these coming trends.

Gerald Celente is on his "A" game for this interview.

Don't miss it

He doesn't mince words.