Gerald Celente: US Economic Collapse by 2012

Economic Collapse

UPDATE: Make sure you see my new post: Gerald Celente Predicts Greatest Depression

Gerald Celente is apparently the guy who is always right, and is telling us that by 2012 the U.S. will be in full economic collapse.  Celente is the CEO and trend forecaster of The Trends Research Institute.  He has, according to the video, accurately forecasted everything from the stock market crash in the 80’s to the ’08 mortgage bubble burst.  ABC gives this guy alot of credence.

One of my favorite lines from the video:  “You can’t print money based on nothing. It’s not even Economics 101, it’s Economics for dummies.”  Hear that Pres. Obama?  Spending/printing a trillion that you don’t have isn’t that great. Just ask Zo.




If you think Celente seems just a little too apocalyptic for your tastes, then you should also bear in mind the oh so competent government we have running the show right now.  They are so good at wasting money.  Just imagine how well they are spending those stimulus dollars.

Also, Celente was also on the Glenn Beck Show in February during Beck’s War Room Scarathon.



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11 thoughts on “Gerald Celente: US Economic Collapse by 2012

  1. How can anyone blame the present government…the problem was left by the past governments, and the corruption and greed of big business

  2. any1 else notice when u got to a movie the pre movie commercials? Last 2 movies I went to the National Guard had a 2 minute recruitment clip prior to the show…..I think our govt. knows the craps gonna hit the fan and their gonna need more guard for potential civil unrest!!! Lock and load fellow defenders of the Constitution, time to reign in our beloved Country from these elected self serving bill of right terrorists!!!

  3. Why are senate Republicans blocking credit card reform?

    These guys in particular.

    Although 84 Republicans in the House supported a similar bill, today not even one Republican voted in favor on the Banking Committee.

    It was a almost pure party line vote with one the banksters worst shills, Richard Shelby, leading the GOP to take up arms
    against credit card reform.
    The Republicans on the committee have all been paid off by the banking industry to prevent regulations that would prevent their predatory practices.

    Richard Shelby (R-AL- $4,384,492)
    Robert Bennett (R-UT- $1,915,892)
    Jim Bunning (R-KY- $2,447,635)
    Mike Crapo (R-ID- $1,397,092)
    Mel Martinez (R-FL- $2,854,110)
    Bob Corker (R-TN- $2,682,859)
    Jim DeMint (R-SC- $2,073,034)
    David Diapers Vitter (R-LA- $1,709,299)
    Mike Johanns (R-NE- $644,171, not a reflection of scruples, just that he’s been in the Senate for only 90 days)
    Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX- $4,685,238)

  4. Why are senate Republicans blocking credit card reform?

    These guys in particular.

    Although 84 Republicans in the House supported a similar bill, today not even one Republican voted in favor on the Banking Committee.

    It was a almost pure party line vote with one the banksters worst shills, Richard Shelby, leading the GOP to take up arms
    against credit card reform.
    The Republicans on the committee have all been paid off by the banking industry to prevent regulations that would prevent their predatory practices.

    Richard Shelby (R-AL- $4,384,492)
    Robert Bennett (R-UT- $1,915,892)
    Jim Bunning (R-KY- $2,447,635)
    Mike Crapo (R-ID- $1,397,092)
    Mel Martinez (R-FL- $2,854,110)
    Bob Corker (R-TN- $2,682,859)
    Jim DeMint (R-SC- $2,073,034)
    David Diapers Vitter (R-LA- $1,709,299)
    Mike Johanns (R-NE- $644,171, not a reflection of scruples, just that he’s been in the Senate for only 90 days)
    Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX- $4,685,238)

  5. Celente is right and he is not the only one making that statement. Many have echoed that some comment, yet the morons in this country refuse to believe it. Seems Americans have become sheep and have had it to good for to long and never expect their gravy train to end.

  6. Celente is right and he is not the only one making that statement. Many have echoed that some comment, yet the morons in this country refuse to believe it. Seems Americans have become sheep and have had it to good for to long and never expect their gravy train to end.

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