Celente Warns: The Collapse of 2014: “If You Don’t Have Your Money In Your Pocket It’s Not Yours”
October 22nd, 2013
If there’s one thing that should be clear, it’s that nothing the government or their banking partners have done to solve the economic crisis has been for your benefit. They’ve enriched themselves, yet again, on the backs of the American people.
All the while, they’ve told us that everything is getting better. But anyone who’s paying attention know that nothing of the sort has happened.
We continue to shed jobs. Hundreds of thousands of people are still losing their homes. Personal debt is rapidly approaching 2007 levels. The U.S. government has borrowed more money than what we can ever hope to repay.
We are still in the middle of it and it’s only going to get worse.
If you think it’s over, that they saved us and we’re out of the woods, then you’ve got a lot of pain coming your way.
And if you think you still have plenty of time to prepare, that it’s decades or years away, you’d better think again.
Trend forecaster Gerald Celente predicted the collapse of 2008 in remarkable fashion. And now he’s warning of a similar crisis to come next year.
There’s fear and hysteria running through the entire global financial community, because as everybody knows all they did was postpone the inevitable.
[They’re going to] turn more of America into Slavelandia as well, where people can get those part-time jobs, have no insurance, no benefits, and not enough money to live on, and they’ll have to go on food stamps and other assistance…