Improbably, Mr. Celente!

Gerald Celente sees already for this year civil war and even inter-state wars in Europe.

This may not taste me, Mr. Celente.

Not because I would consider such to exclude, but to this extent probably for little.

Food, gold and weapons we buy ourselves, in quantities.

The former idea is not ever bad, temptation fagwürdig, the latter at least in Germany illegally for most.

I can rather imagine, Mr. Celente, that a large shoot-out on your home planet USA takes place, because the comparatively romantic Old Europe.

Just think once the real and potential self-sufficiency rate of the population, the state of the art, issues of race and general violence.

It suggests, in my view at least nothing out that Europe will implode rather than the United States.

Whether you were wrong or I, we shall soon see.

This your prediction, I think at least for more than questionable.

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16 Responses to "Unlikely, Mr Celente!"

  1. Tester says:

    Sure, he also tries merely to make Europe down. I see it like you, but it would have to replace someone our corrupt superiors, see Zarkotzi doll in France, which ruled against the whole people without blinking. And enough to swim even with, unfortunately.

  2. Tester says:

    In USA So the same problem, merely in XXXL, Ami-typical.

  3. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Tester

    Celente taking a gamble anyway.

    People like it.

    Still remains the question of why he does it.

    Could of course be that he has real knowledge with respect to certain plans.

    He looks at least very quickly rather old from when until one year not much has happened.

    What I welcomed obvious reasons.

  4. Maxim says:

    I would be me not so sure. If fire breaks out in America, then is there any the next. One remembers Reagan and his Pershing in Germany, the. Russians for a warning time of less than 5min means were (false alarm and exclude the same included) and I have fond memories of Cuba, where the United States 15min. had had and that was a real problem. Reagan certainly had factored that it simply makes rum and thus Europe razed to the ground. Once it was even almost as far. Only one service-do the Russians had not passed on. He has saved all our lives. He himself said that he would decide differently this time, for he knew nothing of the multiple warheads and thus went from a false alarm - and rightly so).

    I just want to say that the United States, when it gets really tight, be sure destabilize other countries, then again act as a "savior" ... war is always out or stoked when the economy is near collapse. And in the United States there will not be this war, but just the Middle East - so with us around the corner.

    So as far as Celente is perhaps not wrong.

    Furthermore, a stock market crash would take us too carried away safely and many major shareholder would make it back to his killing.

  5. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Maxim

    It may very well be tight.

    And that we are closer instigated the war, is also clear.

    But Celente talks about more or less, that the peoples of Europe will fall upon one another.

    Even in an extreme currency collapse does not speak much for it.

    You'd have to follow up on already strong.

  6. Maxim says:


    That's true of course. However, I'm thinking of the cornered dog, which then bite very well. From Guantanamo Bay on Bradley Manning, to the under Bush really crude "defensive wars" to the Neocons times in general (with such small candies such as SWIFT and the ignorance of the United States because only an inch of their right to our data deviate ) I see a state that is ready for anything and at least some may also sell so.

    As I said, Bush has since dealt and is happy that he got through it and only a little surprised that these truths were not set for the peoples of the world as his boys would have probably expected with the coarse trowel. Only now do they do it better. Free after Hillary does not want to lose the information war. And best information warfare can not lose if you a) makes the message itself (which since other media are much better and not just parroting) or by generating and evaluating the events themselves.

    PS: Brilliant Blog

  7. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Maxim

    First, thank you for the praise.

    The collapse of the U.S. empire is obvious to anyone in detail calculable.

    There may be nastiest surprises.

    Again, in and around Europe.

    Nevertheless, these Celente forecast has for me - yes - strange Gschmäckle.

    No, they do not smell good.

    Just look at times, as lascivious and simultaneously askance it is partly absorbed.

    Schaunmermal, Franz, the Emperor spoke.

  8. Maxim says:


    I can finally agree wholeheartedly. I just did not know how I should write it. It seems it all very anticipated. Let us hope that it is due to the pressure of its success rate. He has set the bar quite high by earlier predictions.

  9. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Maxim

    Ultimately, there are absolutely no real reason why all should mutually eindonnern the turnip.

    Wore it the prophets These kinds futures among themselves, so they were helping us at least soon shine through in absentia.

  10. Maxim says:

    Hammer subjunctive - I stand on it.

    The subjunctive is in our time a promise, because he does not lie, how many. He can not lie, like the ones that promise us that this and that _wird_ be so or so. Therefore, the subjunctive is in our time not only grammatically (yes, I'm not grammatically ... bah) beautiful as always, but impresses with its inherent truth.

    Otherwise I will now sunk again: Would the Prophet this kind Angeschehen überbrüten silent, then the world would be lost multiple, before it could come into her mind (or would?). Here we are at drivers and even with fear. Both require at home but can inspire.

    Reason, it is of course no. Obviously. I can only agree again.

  11. Maxim says:

    Supplement for the sake of completeness:

    He (Celente) has arrived the bar by former * predictions set quite high.

  12. Maxim says:

    Magnus Again

    And we should be careful that we do not all too much lighting and sharpening of course, because otherwise we could make ourselves the bourgeois philosophizing guilty, the always over it is and of course all know better, but just next to it (which in your case is not the case , since you indeed quite something bewirkst with your blog here - but nevertheless - the ridge is narrow to the world and many commentators have already fallen over this in the dark abyss of ignorance).

    Earlier bad news was the bearer immediately sent over Jordan or have it as the man from Marathon preferred, equal to a shortened lifetime. Prophets are important and the difference between philosopher and prophet is probably partially rather marginal, but important in one respect: philosophers do not define themselves.

    So and now enough, for Sauternes is not everything (or all).

  13. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Maxim

    The point is precisely the one that Celente committing itself to such relatively short term.

    Apart from the fact that I hold gold hoarding for not particularly intelligent - for the average citizen in any case - I want me now short and long arms of all kinds, get up to the assault rifle, sometimes just a bit of practice on the Swabian Alb to it with some probability to migrate to jail?

    Shall we all prepare for war, so then also takes place?

    The more I think about it, the more disconcerting is the thing.

  14. Maxim says:


    Nene, this advice from him are simply mind-boggling, everything would make it worse, what perhaps may come and - in fact - it has a bit of self-fulfilling prophecy.

  15. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Maxim

    Yes, "that has something of self fulfilling prophecy".

    And I would be the last to would consider Celente for a stupid man.

    He is also a rhetorical powerhouse, he can entrain people.

    He holds cult status, is almost like a guru for (supposed) rationalists.

    Finally, he is now also a good buddy of Alex Jones ...

  16. "I think - and hope - and that politics and business will no longer be so important in the future as in the past. The time will come when the majority of our current controversies in these areas will occur to us as trivial or meaningless as the theological debates to which the best minds of the Middle Ages wasted their forces. Politics and economics are concerned with power and wealth, and neither the one nor the other should be the main interest or even the exclusive interest of adult, mature people apply. "

    Arthur C. Clarke

    Whether politicians or theologians are the stupidest people in the world, is an idle question. It is clear that for both professional groups only as long as there is a demand, as the working people believes the expulsion from paradise must have been a one-time event a long time ago. Welcome to the 21st century:

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