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Bloomberg: "Riots in the streets"

I mean, how long has RP been calling this...

Mayor Bloomberg warned Friday there would be riots in the streets if Washington doesn't get serious about generating jobs.

"We have a lot of kids graduating college, can't find jobs," Bloomberg said on his weekly WOR radio show.

"That's what happened in Cairo. That's what happened in Madrid. You don't want those kinds of riots here."

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We’re Headed For A Crash, Says Gerald Celente : Keep Buying Gold

"Famous forecaster Gerald Celente of Trends Research says the world's in the midst of another depression and that we're headed for another crash.

Celente won't get specific about what he means by "crash," at least with respect to the stock market, but he's convinced that the world is going to the dogs.

We'll have riots, he says. And wars. And society as we know it will continue to break down......"

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If we don't reverse the current trend in food prices, we've got until August 2013 before social unrest sweeps the planet

say complexity theorists.

What causes riots? That's not a question you would expect to have a simple answer.

But today, Marco Lagi and buddies at the New England Complex Systems Institute in Cambridge, say they've found a single factor that seems to trigger riots around the world.

This single factor is the price of food. Lagi and co say that when it rises above a certain threshold, social unrest sweeps the planet...

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Ron Paul Warns of Riots in the Streets

Last night, Congressman Ron Paul appeared on the Fox Business Channel to discuss the U.S. budget and the ever-expanding role of the federal government. While he continued to disseminate his non-interventionist foreign policy – most notably why he believes our involvement in foreign wars is a major source of our fiscal woes – he gave some startling insights into our growing dependence on Big Government and what that means for the nation.

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