Celente: "Murderers & Thieves Sold Out America"

Via Greg Hunter's USA Watchdog blog,

Renowned trends researcher Gerald Celente says the trade war President Trump is starting against China must be fought for America to survive. Celente explains,

“We have lost 3.5 million jobs (to China).  Some 70,000 manufacturing plants have closed.  Why would anybody be fighting Trump to do a reversal of us being in a merchandise trade deficit of $365 billion?  Tell me any two people that would do business with each other and one side takes a huge loss and keeps taking it...

So, why would people argue and fight and bring down the markets because Trump wants to bring back jobs and readjust a trade deficit that, by any standard, is destroying the nation?” 

Who’s to blame for the lopsided trade deficits destroying the middle class of America? Look no further than the politicians and corporations buying them off.  Celente charges,

They sold us out.  The European companies and the American companies sold us out, and the people fighting Trump are also the big retailers because they’ve got their slave labor making their stuff over there.  They bring it back here and mark up the price, and they make more money.  If they have to pay our people to do that work, they have to pay them a living wage and they can’t make enough profit.  That’s who is fighting us...

You go back to our top trend in 2017, and it was China was going to be the leader in AI (artificial intelligence) now and beyond, and that is exactly what happened.  All the corporations have sold us out. . . .The murderers and the thieves sold out America.”

Celente thinks the odds are there will not be a financial crash in 2018 “because they are repatriating all that dough from overseas at a very low tax rate and because of the tax cuts from 35% to 21%. These are the facts.  In the first three months of this year, there have been more stock buybacks and mergers and acquisitions activity than ever before in this short period of time because of all that cheap money going back into the corporations.  That’s what’s keeping the markets up.”

Just because the stock market is near all-time highs doesn’t mean there is no risk from a black swan. Celente says,

“I want to tell everyone what our major signal that we are watching closely that is going to determine where the markets are going.  It’s the signal.  It’s a signal that you will know whether to bail out or stay in, and that’s gold prices.  With all of this volatility going on, gold prices have not moved much.  They are still stuck in the $1,300 to $1,350 (per ounce) range.  Even on Friday, with all the volatility, gold only moved up a couple of bucks.  That is the indicator to watch, and here is our forecast.  Gold has to break above $1,385 per ounce.  It has been unable to get near there...

The next big number will be $1,450.  When it solidifies over that, we forecast a jump to the $2,000 range.  Gold is the ultimate safe haven asset.  It has not been acting like that during this market shift.

On the recent poll where 77% of people thought the MSM was putting out so-called “Fake News,” Celente says, “It’s not only “Fake News, it’s junk news, and that is why people are tuning out.” Expect the trend to continue.

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Gerald Celente, Publisher of “The Trends Journal.”

Comments

cheka karenm Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:17 Permalink

i'll tell you why gerald --- globalists fighting the tariff revolution

the vipers have a vested interest in keeping the table leaning their way

and they are losing 'free' trade dupes every day.  it takes time to deprogram decades of brain washing.  but have faith, the awakening to the 'free' trade scam is growing

every time they say TRADE WAR a ft dupe gets his wings

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Endgame Napoleon Baron von Bud Mon, 04/09/2018 - 00:59 Permalink

Celente is great. Why no MSM interviews of this guy?

Simple: the Junk News Peddlars, like our Swamp Congresspeople, have a vested interest in pumping up the Free Trade Ponzi, in which China’s trade surplus never goes down. 

Their trade surplus never goes down because of the motherload of American-owned companies, shifting breadwinner jobs and potential SS contributions to non-diverse Asia.

You cannot sell enough raw materials—banana republic style—to make up for all of the imported finished goods, made by the Chinese employees of American-owned companies, much less by China’s state-backed companies. 

Stockman points out that the Chinese government has been on a spending spree, buying raw materials from the US and other countries to build a bunch of Manhattan-grade ghost towns, and that is all they buy from the USA: raw materials. Because, their population at large lacks the money to buy many finished goods.

But as the jobs have shifted overseas and over the southern border, the US produces fewer finished goods, anyway. IT, too, has been outsourced to China, with only the mostly low-wage financial services employment in the USA, seeing any boost from a surplus in trade with China. 

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not dead yet Baron von Bud Mon, 04/09/2018 - 01:01 Permalink

You think those CEO's sold us out for company profits? They sold us out to line their own wallets, no questions asked all expense paid trips on the company plane reserved for the top brass, and company paid for and catered sky boxes at the big sports venues written off as a sales expense. Limos too. It's tough to run a big company, as all the high priced CEO's will tell you, but these lazy asses also sold us out with the overseas guy doing all the hard work while MR CEO skates. Easier to call an overseas supplier and bitch about where's my stuff than build, equip, staff, and ran a plant of your own. Even better is getting on someone elses board and rubber stamp his agenda, as he rubber stamps yours, and get paid over a 100 grand and perks to attend gala board meetings a couple of times a year.

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techpriest cheka Mon, 04/09/2018 - 00:19 Permalink

@cheka, you should be on your knees thanking the Chinese for giving you an unnaturally good deal. America wanted to pretend that its asinine polices post-FDR were still working, but they clearly were not, so Nixon decided to extend and pretend by finding a way to be able to buy goods in exchange for dollars, aka nothing.

Sorry if it offends your delicate sensibilities, but for the last ~5 years I've been working 10+ hours most days because I've seen it coming. If you can't get out of the country you better be debt free on everything, and able to derive an income outside of a normal job. Being mobile might also be necessary (working on this right now) A few tariffs are not going to bring back a nonexistent idealized past (a 2010s lifestyle on 1950s employment), and they aren't going to erase the $22 trillion in debt ($66k per person) or the $100+ trillion in unfunded liabilities.

When its all said an done, either we're going to have the total elimination of entitlements and a 2/3rds+ reduction of the military (and 90% of the rest), and we're going to have to suffer a large drop in wages. Either we can do this by burning the last of our resources in a war, and becoming solidly third world, or we can go through several decades of second world status while rebuilding everything the Boomer generation squandered.

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swamp cheka Mon, 04/09/2018 - 00:27 Permalink

 

Trump rightfully imposed a few tariffs. 

China went ballistic and called it a war.

What? A war?

Who started calling American Protectionism a war? China, that is who. 

 

From the beginning until 1913 America funded its federal government includinng military on tariffs.

There was no income tax. 

And we had a middle class. 

And an industrial revolution that changed the entire wotld — white man —  yes, cars, telephones, airplanes, phonographs, light bulbs, electricity, on and on totally transforming civilization  

Slick Willy and his NAFTA etc. et al. decimated our industry, our middle class, our health care, our military and education AND cultural icons, values, standards, mores’ and values. 

 

MAGA. 

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lester1 karenm Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:22 Permalink

If the corrupt FBI continues to allow non citizens to register and vote, the Democrats will keep winning elections. The FBI needs to do their fucking job and examine the voter rolls of each state!

 

Non citizens voting is a massive scandal being ignored by the corrupt FBI and mainstream media.

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Ajax-1 lester1 Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:48 Permalink

I am no fan of the corrupt FBI. However, it doesn't do anyone any good to investigate if the DOJ refuses to prosecute. The corruption runs deep. The voter fraud could be stopped with a biometric enhanced national voter ID card. However, the Dims want the illegal votes and the RINO's want the cheap labor.

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MEFOBILLS karenm Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:46 Permalink

A lot of things happened in parallel in Washington's lifetime.  The lodges were changing, and not illuminist at that time.

The pyramid was still "esoteric" with hidden meaning known only to top initiates, but it is questionable what estoteric branch they were following.  

Deist's believed in mathematical precision of the universe.  Most of the founders were Deists and Mason's - not Free masons.  

The particular jewish cabala strain invaded the Temples with Jacobinism, despite the author below claiming it as Catholic.    

 

https://txfreemasonry.org/illuminati/

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 1798, a copy of Robison’s book was shipped to George Washington for his review. Washington admitted his concerns that the doctrines of the Illuminati, and principles of Jacobinism (return of Catholic influence over England) had reached American shores. However, there is no viable suggestion that the Illuminati became much more than a notion, in the previous English colonies.
The Illuminati was became be set by internal extremes of conflict. Von Knigge became disgusted and resigned in 1784.

The Jesuits fought the Illuminati from its first days. In time all Catholic priests were actively opposing the Order. The Bavarian government suppressed the Order; as well as Freemasonry, by edict, in 1784. Sufficient charges were made, that many of the members of the Illuminati were thrown into prison, with others, including Weishaupt, forced to leave Bavaria.

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 MEFOBILLS Mon, 04/09/2018 - 02:50 Permalink

I disagree. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Weishaupt

And I recommend you read "Hope for the Wicked" as another poster said. To twist the creation of the Illuminati, and the Jaobins, into some sort of twisted polemic against Jewish people is ridiculous. There have been plenty of satanists, the Order of the Illuminati was founded by Weishaupt on May 1, 1776. Two months prior to the founding of the US. Not only was Weishaupt a satanist but his ideas strongly influenced Karl Marx who popularized Weishaupt's ideas.

The Mason's and Freemasons have been infested with satanists and illuminati scum from the beginning. I have no problems with Catholics and lower-level Freemasons. It is always those that seek power and use it for evil ends that concerns me and should concern every decent and civilized person.

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slightlyskeptical Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:22 Permalink

The problem is that Trump has given America no time to adjust. Takes time to set up factories and mines and processing plants. It also does nothing against products completely assembled in China. Means they will just make the whole product in China and forgo bringing materials here for final production.  So a greater LOSS IN MANUFACTURING. 

I don't disagree with all Trump positions, but I do disagree how they all are being implemented. 

Oldwood slightlyskeptical Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:30 Permalink

We've been enjoying incremental change for decades.

Could it be possible that IF anyone BUT trump did the same thing, it would be perceived as moderate?

Is it also possible that ANY push back that would actually CHANGE ANYTHING would not be castigated as world ending by those profiting from keeping things as is?

Anything trump does is wrong, dangerous, corrupt, racist, misogynistic, hypocritical or just plain stupid if you are to believe what they WANT you to hear.

What is lost is credible analysis, from ANY perspective.

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Drop-Hammer Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:27 Permalink

He means (((murderers and thieves))).  The same kike garbage that betrayed and murdered God's Son, the Christ.  They and their goy filth that take their dirty shekels to betray their fellow Americans/citizens.  There will be justice.  It will be bloody and messy, but necessary til we restore balance to the force.

MuffDiver69 Sun, 04/08/2018 - 23:33 Permalink

Shit..I agree..let’s see where this goes. At bare minimum if China cranks it up it will be the undeniable proof China has no intentions of bilateral anything. The current situation can’t stand and for all the pussies...nothing’s happned yet accept a rather overdue correction...time to actually get your shit together either way ...