Trends This Week - 09.20.17

September 20, 2017
On this episode of Trends This Week, founder and publisher of the Trends Journal Gerald Celente discusses some of the latest trends in the new edition of the Journal.  Mr. Celente also comments on Trump’s speech at the United Nations and what this means for war with North Korea. 

Trends This Week - Where is the outrage? - 09.13.17

September 13, 2017
In this episode of Trends this Week Gerald Celente speaks on how the media has handled coverage of one of the darkest days in our country’s history; 9/11. Nowhere in the mainstream media was there mention of the tragedy or the endless wars it has created, yet many are still outraged by a few freaks in Charlottesville.  

Trends This Week - Junk News in the Media - 09.06.17

September 6, 2017
In this episode of Trends This Week, Gerald Celente discusses the prominence of junk news in the media.  Real stories fail to make the headlines, yet CNN breaks the news of Hillary Clinton’s memoir.  All while the blatant failures of the United States Military are swept under the rug.

Trends This Week - Lairs, Cowards, Freaks, and Fools-Ruining a Nation Near You! - 80.30.17

August 30, 2017

In this episode of Trends This Week, founder of the Trends Journal Gerald Celente discusses the meetings in Jackson Hole and their effect on the markets.  As tensions continue to rise in Iran, Celente looks back at how past presidents have lied our nation into war, and what to expect for the next international conflict.


Trends This Week - The Hypocrisy Continues! - 08.23.17

August 23, 2017
Founder and publisher at the Trends Journal, Gerald Celente takes on the continued hypocrisy of the mainstream media and the US government. Rallies and protests spring up throughout the nation, but no one bats an eye as the new liar-in-chief propels America into more war, while the White House is being run by generals and the Goldman Sachs gang.

Trends This Week - A Mega Trend: Divided America - 08.16.17

August 16, 2017
As tensions begin to cool in North Korea, violence here at home becomes the larger issue for the mainstream media.  Global trend forecaster Gerald Celente takes on the Divided States of America in this episode of Trends This Week.  From Violence in Charlottesville  to Trump haters defacing Colonial Kingston, this trend continues to grow.


Trends This Week - Nukes, bombs, and drones: Where will they land next? - 08.09.17

August 10, 2017

While the mainstream media and government officials are still closely monitoring, hating and fearing Russia, a new week has brought out new headlines and worsening tensions with North Korea. With ongoing war in Afghanistan and tensions still high in Iran, the U.S. is running out of countries to place on its hit-list. Global forecaster Gerald Celente talks war and much more on this episode of Trends This Week. 


Trends This Week - “America first” - 07.26.17

August 2, 2017
The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to impose sanctions against Russia. Allegations that Russia hacked the US 2016 election, along with other incessant propaganda put out by the media, have turned Putin and Russia into public enemy number one. Tune in to Trends this Week to find out more.

Trends This Week - Another Cold War? - 08.02.17

August 2, 2017

Hatred and fear of Russia is nothing new. The Cold War may have officially ended in 1991 but a new wave of anti-Russia sentiments and propaganda would make you believe it was the 1980s and that the Soviet Union was still in existence. The U.S. has made accusations of election hacking, has voted to impose new sanctions on Russia, and has placed military personnel within Russia's bordering nations. What will happen next? Tune into Trends this Week to hear Gerald Celente's predictions. 


Trends This Week - Driverless cars? Not so fast - 07.19.17

July 26, 2017
Global forecaster Gerald Celente shares details from his new Trends Monthly, including his forecast for driverless car technology and his take on how a dividing United States will affect you, your family, and your bottom line. Meanwhile, stocks continue to rise, tensions continue to heighten, and the media continues to blame Russia.