Celente - The World Is Being Run By Psychopaths & Sociopaths

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Today the man who remarkably predicted months ahead of time that the Fed would taper in December, then again in January, and who also predicted at the recent lows that the global market plunge would be halted, spoke with KWN about what investors around the world should expect next, and also warned that the world is being run by sociopaths and psychopaths.  Below is what Gerald Celente, founder of Trends Research and the man considered to be the top trends forecaster in the world, had to say in this remarkable interview.

Eric King:  “Gerald, in amazing fashion you predicted exactly how and when all this tapering would take place.  Then, astonishingly, you warned in last week’s interview on KWN, almost precisely at the dead lows of the plunge in stocks, that “you are going to start seeing the Fed, (Washington) D.C., and the Wall Street gang move in to stop the slide in equities.”  The slide stopped exactly where you said it would.  Yellen spoke today — your thoughts in the aftermath of that.”

Celente:  “She did exactly what was to be expected, saying nothing, pretending to be smart, and promising more of the same.  So as Wall Street read it, if things get tough enough and profits aren’t coming in the way they should, the Fed is ready to keep the money pumping-scheme going….

“We also saw the same reaction from the European markets.  So it’s more of the same, with a different face and a different voice.  This is just a case of another front-man, or in this case, front-woman, spouting out the exact same propaganda that we’ve now been hearing since the global markets began to crash when the panic of 2008 hit.

Since 2008, all we have seen is a major coverup take place as the American people are constantly being lied to by those who run the Orwellian mainstream media, as they continue with their campaign of propaganda.”

Eric King:  “Gerald, I know your next prediction is for the re-emergence of additional quantitative easing, although it won’t be called QE.”

Celente: “I think the gold market is already reacting to that.  Gold was up $17 today.  The gold market can see through this charade.

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