Trends This Week - Looking ahead - 05.31.17

June 5, 2017

Despite much of the world predicting otherwise, the Trends Journal predicted rising markets, falling gold prices and economic growth, all of which the United States economy has seen since Donald Trump won the Presidential election last November. Looking ahead to the future, while the economy experiences growth, there is also an increase in civil disobedience and unrest throughout the world. What could happen if war breaks out? Tune into Trends this Week to find out.

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Trends This Week - A misguided budget - 05.24.17

May 24, 2017

Tensions continue to heat up in the Middle East and conflict with Iran could result in World War III. The U.S. continues to increase military spending, putting tax dollars towards killing. Meanwhile, U.S. infrastructure continues to disintegrate as cars drive over faulty roads and bridges and trains face daily delays.

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Trends This Week - Where do we go from here? - 05.17.17

May 17, 2017

The world has seen big changes in the last few months. New political parties have been elected across the world, the United States economy has reached new highs, and more civilians than "enemies" have died in an effort for "peace." What's coming next? Listen in as global forecaster Gerald Celente shares his predictions.

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Trends This Week - Obama the hypocrite - 05.08.17

May 8, 2017

President Donald Trump has spent just over one hundred days in the White House. In those one hundred days, he has waged war in the Middle East and announced a tax plan that will further benefit the wealthy. Liberals everywhere are saying the same thing, "We miss Obama." Meanwhile, their beloved Barack can be found mimicking the Clintons, collecting $400,000 to give motivational speeches to the men and women on Wall Street.

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Trends This Week - Trump presidency a flop - 04.26.17

April 26, 2017

President Donald Trump has truly gone from businessman to politician as he's fallen short on nearly every promise he made when campaigning. Under Trump, global forecaster Gerald Celente sees the rich getting richer and more war ensuing. Meanwhile, Celente also forecasts a major correction in the markets following the Trump stock market rally. 

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Trends This Week - Military take over - 04.12.17

April 13, 2017

The United States, outraged by the gas attacks on Syrian citizens, have attacked Syria and, according to the pressitutes' media-flooding propaganda, decided it is time for Assad to go. President Trump has not been in office one hundred days, yet the sound of war drums grow louder each day. 

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Trends This Week - Hypocrisy and stalled economies - 04.05.17

April 5, 2017
The devastating gas attacks against Syrian civilians have made headlines and cover stories everywhere, fueling American hatred and giving rise to more war propaganda against Syria. The media, however, is silent on the ongoing airstrikes that have killed hundreds of civilians in Mosul. Meanwhile, the business-media world continues to boast of a growing economy that seems to be falling short under President Trump as he cannot keep his economic promises.
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Trends This Week - Holding out for something “new” - 03.29.17

March 29, 2017

The country wants to "Make It New," one of Gerald Celente's Top Trends for 2017. For President Trump, he wants to "Make America Great Again." For Hollywood movie-goers, they want to channel movies like "La La Land" to bring back a realm of jazz and carefree living. Meanwhile, the government continues to take away basic civil liberties for the sake of keeping us safe but can't keep people from jumping over the White House fence.

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Trends This Week - Big War Bucks in Trump’s Budget - 03.22.17

March 22, 2017
The military-first mindset that has prevailed since George W. Bush launched the War on Terror in 2001, grows under Trump. In building America's military budget, which despite it being as large as the next seven largest military budgets around the world combined, Trump will face minimal domestic opposition. We also estimate more defense dollars funneling into Homeland Security and intelligence agencies, particularly for both domestic and foreign deep state surveillance and cyber security. 
 
 
 
 
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Trends This Week - Run to your safe spaces - 03.15.17

March 15, 2017

The election of President Donald Trump has left fear in the minds of many, causing millennials to flock to their "safe spaces" as universities blame the President for their rising suicide rates. Meanwhile, propaganda against Russia continues to grow and war in the Middle East continues to escalate. 

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