Top Trend Forecaster Predicts Revolution

Gerald Celente has been a leading trend forecaster for years:

"When CNN wants to know about the Top Trends, we ask Gerald Celente."
— CNN Headline News

"A network of 25 experts whose range of specialties would rival many university faculties."
— The Economist

"Gerald Celente has a knack for getting the zeitgeist right."
— USA Today

"There’s not a better trend forecaster than Gerald Celente. The man knows what he’s talking about."

"Those who take their predictions seriously ... consider the Trends Research Institute."
— The Wall Street Journal

"Gerald Celente is always ahead of the curve on trends and uncannily on the mark ... he's one of the most accurate forecasters around."
— The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Mr. Celente tracks the world’s social, economic and business trends for corporate clients."
— The New York Times

"Mr. Celente is a very intelligent guy. We are able to learn about trends from an authority."
— 48 Hours, CBS News

"Gerald Celente has a solid track record. He has predicted everything from the 1987 stock market crash and the demise of the Soviet Union to green marketing and corporate downsizing."
— The Detroit News

"Gerald Celente forecast the 1987 stock market crash, ‘green marketing,’ and the boom in gourmet coffees."
— Chicago Tribune

"The Trends Research Institute is the Standard and Poors of Popular Culture."
— The Los Angeles Times

"If Nostradamus were alive today, he'd have a hard time keeping up with Gerald Celente."
— New York Post

Calente is now predicting revolution in America:

And last month, Calente said:

"There will be a revolution in this country. It’s not going to come yet, but it’s going to come down the line and we’re going to see a third party and this was the catalyst for it: the takeover of Washington, D. C., in broad daylight by Wall Street in this bloodless coup. And it will happen as conditions continue to worsen.


What’s going on right now – this Wall Street bailout is really taxation without representation. "

Is Calente right?

Remember that Senator Dodd recently said:

“If it turns out that [ the banks] are hoarding, you’ll have a revolution on your hands. People will be so livid and furious that their tax money is going to line their pockets instead of doing the right thing. There will be hell to pay.”

The banks have been hoarding cash.

Note: I hope violent revolution never happens. I hope that the trends which are leading Calente to forecast revolution change.

I hope that the government starts to serve its people, starts to act lawfully, and gives up taxation without representation. "The best way to avoid all types of revolution would be for the government to start following the rule of law. I passionately hope it will do so."

Why Was This Not An Election Issue?

World will struggle to meet oil demand

By Carola Hoyos and Javier Blas

Published: October 29 2008 02:00 | Last updated: October 29 2008 02:00

Output from the world's oilfields is declining faster than previously thought, the first authoritative public study of the biggest fields shows.

Without extra investment to raise production, the natural annual rate of output decline is 9.1 per cent, the International Energy Agency says in its annual report, the World Energy Outlook, a draft of which has been obtained by the Financial Times.

The findings suggest the world will struggle to produce enough oil to make up for steep declines in existing fields, such as those in the North Sea, Russia and Alaska, and meet long-term de-mand. The effort will become even more acute as prices fall and investment decisions are delayed.

excellent point

Pls have a look at

Also see:

"3 to 4.3 Billion Barrels of Technically Recoverable Oil Assessed in North Dakota and Montana’s Bakken Formation—25 Times More Than 1995 Estimate—"

I have very serious doubts about "peak oil".

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

While I don't want to start an argument over peak oil,

unless you can provide credible carbon test data showing oil that is less than 10,000 years old, I think that I will go with the vast majority of professional petroleum geologists who concluded that Hubbert was correct when his predictions were born out in the U.S. fields in the early 1970's.

Peak oil has been a non-issue within the oil industry for over 30 years by those charged with looking for and producing it, why do you think that almost no one is building new refineries? An Iranian oil official told the Australians that all of Iran's fields are in decline, why do you think they want to build nuclear power plants? This same official stated that the Saudi fields have been pushed too hard with water and steam injection and are poised to collapse, this is why the Saudis have been unable to increase production, even though they continually promise to raise it to meet world demand and lower prices.

The U.S. military concluded that peak oil is a reality and, as the largest single user of petroleum and petroleum products in the world, they saw the strategic necessity of the first Gulf War and the present invasion/occupation of Iraq in order to first lock down and then control the world's last and largest easily recoverable reserves.

The induced recession flattens the peak, creating a wobbly plateau which prolongs the period of peak production and allows those in control more time to reshape energy supply and demand while maintaining their illusion of control.

Even if the rumored super fields do exist in Alaska and/or elsewhere, given the present demand curve these fields would only prolong the era of relatively cheap oil another decade or two at most.

I think the reasons for masking peak oil, and for creating disinformation regarding it, are obvious to everyone.

We rely on physics for our analysis of the WTC, why should we not also let those same laws of physics inform us regarding this?

It is well past time that humans began the return to living sustainably on earth, and our energy use is the first area we need to address. Maintaining adequate fresh water supplies is the second, imo.

There will always be petroleum, it will just get harder to find and more expensive to produce. Those in control of this catalyst of the industrial revolution have simply been manipulating the market to keep alternatives from being developed and cutting into their action for as long as possible.

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

Why Peak Energy Information Is Not Discussed With Public

I tend to think that Peak Oil is probably a reality. I also tend to think that the ruling elites do not want the public to know about the issue because it will naturally lead to public demand for energy alternatives, of which many happen to be renewable.

The availability of nonrenewable energy is controlled by the same control freaks who dominate money and information.

Public access to renewable energy is not as easily restricted by the control freaks and thus is a threat to the control freak's power over us.

Wind, solar and hydro-electric potential, coupled with technology, can fill the void of diminishing nonrenewable energy.

In order to maintain power, I think that the ruling control freaks would rather plunge the world into a dark contraction instead of letting the energy-genie out of the bottle


besides all that, id trust peak oil experts over jerome corsi. of course, constitutionalist is entitled to his opinion.

The Truth Revolution

has already begun.

The answer to 911 is 1776.

A Revolution of Hearts and Minds and of the American Spirit as it was meant to be.

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

A second American revolution is inevitable,

as those in power have neither the wisdom nor the selflessness to allow a natural social evolution to occur peacefully.

I hope that we can make the coming transition as peaceful as possible, but I think it quite likely that many of the sociopaths in control will not go without a fight and will try to get us to fight amongst ourselves, as that is the game they have played so successfully throughout history.

This is why educating the public about the history of false flag events is critical and why the 9/11 truth movement is at the vanguard of this great awakening.

Love is a verb, brothers and sisters, let's get busier!

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

This guy sounds like a bit of a nut

I mean, he's telling people to get degrees in "something with a return on investment." Uh, okay, so we should all become investment bankers?

It's also clear this piece by Fox Business is intended to smear Obama, perhaps paving the way for a Republican dictator in a few years.

I don't think Obama is The Answer, but I think there is a partisan quality to this TV segment.

Also, aren't these predictions pretty obvious? Christmas won't be about commercialism anymore. Well, if the economy implodes, then, yah, no one will have money for gifts.

Likewise, his doomsday scenario for the economy sounds obvious if the current indicators remain true. The current path is wildly unsustainable. Most people know it, but don't know what to do about it.

Malinvestment, Prices and Future Lending

Lending institutions won't start lending again until the malinvestments still in the economic pipeline are wiped off the books. The current price structure in the economy (prices for labor, capital, resources) is based on these malinvestments. Only when these malinvestments are cleared, and the "real" price structure is then revealed, only then will lending institutions begin to lend. With those malinvestments obscuring what prices in the economy should be, it is not at all surprising to learn that lending institutions refuse to lend money based on "false" prices; prices based on the false interest rate signals that the Federal Reserve arbitrarily comes up with.

Dean Jackson/webmaster
Washington, DC

All he seems to be doing...

Is fear mongering to put Obama in a bad light (like Fox News is expected to do).

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

"The Five Stages of Collapse," a lecture by Dimiry Orlov

Hello, everyone! The talk you are about to hear is the result of a lengthy process on my part. My specialty is in thinking about and, unfortunately, predicting collapse. My method is based on comparison: I watched the Soviet Union collapse, and, since I am also familiar with the details of the situation in the United States, I can make comparisons between these two failed superpowers.

I was born and grew up in Russia, and I traveled back to Russia repeatedly between the late 80s and mid-90s. This allowed me to gain a solid understanding of the dynamics of the collapse process as it unfolded there. By the mid-90s it was quite clear to me that the US was headed in the same general direction. But I couldn't yet tell how long the process would take, so I sat back and watched.

I am an engineer, and so I naturally tended to look for physical explanations for this process, as opposed to economic, political, or cultural ones. It turns out that one could come up with a very good explanation for the Soviet collapse by following energy flows. What happened in the late 80s is that Russian oil production hit an all-time peak. This coincided with new oil provinces coming on stream in the West - the North Sea in the UK and Norway, and Prudhoe Bay in Alaska - and this suddenly made oil very cheap on the world markets. Soviet revenues plummeted, but their appetite for imported goods remained unchanged, and so they sank deeper and deeper into debt. What doomed them in the end was not even so much the level of debt, but their inability to take on further debt even faster. Once international lenders balked at making further loans, it was game over.

What is happening to the United States now is broadly similar, with certain polarities reversed. The US is an oil importer, burning up 25% of the world's production, and importing over two-thirds of that. Back in mid-90s, when I first started trying to guess the timing of the US collapse, the arrival of the global peak in oil production was scheduled for around the turn of the century. It turned out that the estimate was off by almost a decade, but that is actually fairly accurate as far as such big predictions go. So here it is the high price of oil that is putting the brakes on further debt expansion. As higher oil prices trigger a recession, the economy starts shrinking, and a shrinking economy cannot sustain an ever-expanding level of debt. At some point the ability to finance oil imports will be lost, and that will be the tipping point, after which nothing will ever be the same.

Orlov also has a book out "Reinventing Collapse:The Soviet Example and American Prospects"

New Lies for Old

The USSR did not collapse in 1991. The communists never left power! This empirical fact is affirmed by the continued reelection of so-called former communists into power, including all the chief executives of the former Soviet republics. If communism had collapsed in the USSR in 1991, then Russia would never have elected "former" communists back into power! Why do you think NORAD continues its twice-yearly war games positing a nuclear attack by Russia? NORAD never ceased these war games! Why do you think a "former" Soviet KGB officer still controls the reigns of power in Russia: Vladimir Putin.

As 9/11 Truthers like to say, follow the evidence. The evidence never lies.

For those who want to really know what is going on in Russia and other "former" communist countries, read New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn.

Dean Jackson/ webmaster
Washington, DC