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.
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.
Facts are facts, opinions are opinions, and the mainstream media is nothing but propaganda. Mainstream news sources have only just admitted to having no proof that Russia hacked the Democratic National Convention, yet anti-Russia headlines surge once again. This time, it is Donald Trump Jr. in the spotlight for supposedly gaining harmful intel on the Clinton campaign from no other than a Russian government attorney. Fact or propaganda? Tune in to Trends this Week to find out more.
The US continues to flex its muscles and show off its weaponry in the Middle East, causing the possibility of all out war to become much more real. Meanwhile, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer as the wealth gap in the US continues to widen. The rich are also becoming more entitled, as proven by Governor Chris Christie this holiday weekend when he closed a public beach and then enjoyed it with his family.
Trends This Week - Trends Journal predicts upcoming economic, political and social trends - 06.21.17
Global forecaster Gerald Celente has released his 2nd Quarter Trends Journal for 2017. With topics spanning the economy, Middle East conflict, aging and so much more, the Trends Journal allows you to read History Before it Happens®. Meanwhile, as forecast, tensions are heating up in the Middle East and the repercussions could be disastrous. Learn more at Trendsresearch.com.
The United States government has made it their mission to take down Iran, the Middle East country they believe is most responsible for terrorism and turmoil. Meanwhile, Gerald Celente and the Trends Research Institute have just released their newest Trends Journal, which includes dozen of forecasts spanning topics such as investment opportunities, technology and aging.
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.