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Gerald Celente Loses It (and rightly so) - When This Man Acts Like This It Means - WAKE UP!!!!

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posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 03:12 PM
lol i don't want to get arrested and have a criminal record

i'm going for medical school XD.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 03:15 PM
Yep.. been saying this for QUITE awhile. But, what's even sadder is, everyone KNOWS it's going to happen, everyone SEES it happening, but NO ONE wants to try and stop it and instead say.."who am I but one person, what can i do against such a monster!??" You know what,

I'm SURE that David thought the same thing when he looked at the Nephlim-Goliath,
I"M sure that 300 Spartans @ Thernopoli thought the same thing,
I'm SURE that Rosa Parks thought the same thing,
I"M SURE that Nelson Mandela thought the very same thing,

I can go on and on, am sure you can as well.

The even SADDER thing is, American's can't even recite from memory why we have 3 branches of Government, what a republic means w/o Google, we have to be SPOON fed from men like Mr.Celente instead of seeing it right before our eyes on the damm tv. and then you say ....

"naw......................that's not happening is it???? Oh well, it's ok, our Congress will fix EVERYTHING, they'll locked down Obama for sending troops to war ILLEGALLY, that's THEIR job, "

Like an old story of Alexander the Great... (I'll recite it as best from memory)

As Alexander was holding court in his throne room, he asked what was next charge. His first General looked at the docket, and turned pale, flashed his eyes toward Alexander and back again, then flashed his eyes toward the guard next to him. "Well...!?" said Alexander.

The General, now instantly sweating in his armor said, practically shaking in his boots and horse of voice.."hmmmm..Treason, Sir"

Alexander; "WHAT did you say General?!" in a booming voice so loud that the guards stood a little sharper in their relaxed state.
Gen.: ..Treason Sir......"
Alexander: "Bring them in NOW!!!!!" as Alexander stoop abruptly from his throne as the guards snapped to attention and the General snapped his fingers

As the 2 guards came swiftly into the throne room dragging a young man no more that 18 years of age, Alexander face turned even redder. As the boy, hit his knees sobbing in tears, Alexander stood him up by his hair and asked him very close to the boy's face,

Alexander: "What is your name boy..?!"

The boy, shaking & sobbing even more so that before, couldn't voice it out of fear...

Alexander: "What!!!!!??" as he shouted and now was reaching for his sword, standing nose to nose with the boy.

The Boy; "Alexander....sir"

With that answer, Alexander the Great unsheathed his sword and raised his sword, screamed in the young mans face so loud you could hear a pin drop for miles. Staring in the face of the young man while gripping his hair tightly in fist, roared at him...again. Turning away abruptly, and taking a few steps away, he snapped a looked at the young man over his shoulder, marched up to him nose to nose and said..


The same is true for America, ALL of the world KNOWS what we should stand for, but, we NO longer are what we say we are. CHANGE YOUR WAYS......OR CHANGE YOUR NAME!!!!

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 03:48 PM
Celente is right but the problem is there are just not enough informed people in the world.
As long as people are dumb then the elite don’t worry. When and if massive education comes about, though I have no clue how that would be done, the elite then will have something to worry about.

Then we can do things like, for example, have a world wide strike on young people joining any military.

Indeed, as Celente mentions, a world wide withholding of taxes for military and weapons creation purposes.

Then world wide work stoppages until the nations have a real war on poverty

All kinds of things can be done if and when the world populace becomes educated.

That’s our challenge for the people on ATS

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 03:54 PM
reply to post by predator0187

he has a way with words

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:05 PM
Lets all be realistic for a moment, things like this don't help at all. Stop paying your taxes, really? So then what, we could continue our crusade from prison?

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:13 PM
reply to post by GreatScot

Absolutely spot on,. Great read and so very true. Peace starchild.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:15 PM
reply to post by ParkerCramer

Because the consumer is the biggest nobody in the equation? Do you think you have alternatives? In most areas of the US, public transit is a joke, and doesn't run except during peak hours, if at all. Wanna work? Gotta buy that fuel.

The oil grab benefits the only people that actually matter: The stateless corporations who finance the elections of the people put in place to represent their interests. Your interests are absolutely incidental.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:31 PM
lol the three witches of macbeth. He is a voice of reason in an irrational world.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:45 PM
Don't lose your hope,people.
In the most dire situation, there will be light......I dont know who shine it.....but there will be one.....either provided to us by E.T. or even God himself.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 04:51 PM
I knew Hillary would make as much trouble outside of the Presidency as she would if she was POTUS! I had to harp on the communist stuff all the time, but she did intern for one, and they do want to take over the whole world.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:26 PM
Pipe down I am trying to watch a movie.
Ignorance is bliss.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:36 PM
Ive seen lots of Celentes Vids, but he seems to have given up now. Its like he knows it's too late to do anything about the pending doom!

He is 100% correct about everything he says.

The whole Libyan disgrace makes me so angry I try not to talk about it. Some guy mentioned it at work the other day and I snapped big time, and at the end of it, the guys were just staring at me like hypnotised muppets!

Unfortunatly Celente is trying to get his message across to Millions of Hypnotised muppets, and not just 2 or 3 like I was.

Its game over. Change it now, or we lose.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:37 PM
Gerald Celente. An intelligent man who is generally decent at forecasting trends but is terrible at giving advice on how to deal with it. If people took this to heart there would be small groups of people that end up in a lot of trouble.

People are not at all united, they believe what they are told readily and so-long as their existence is tolerable, will do absolutely nothing at all to change how they live.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by predator0187

Not paying any taxes at all, is a little extreme I think. There are a lot of things that we get to enjoy because of our taxes, and if everyone stopped paying them it would not be pretty.

Now with that said, I don't think that I should have to pay taxes on my property... I mean I have managed to carve out a small and I mean very small bit of land in this great country for myself, and I have to pay 3k a year or the IRS will come-a-knockin.

I don't think that they should be allowed to take money out of my paycheck without my giving them permission, so that ill advised programs like social security (which is going to be bankrupt LONG before I get to take advantage of it.) can continue to pay for people who have made no plans for themselves after retirement or who are just too lazy to get a job.

There are a lot of taxes that should be / are unconstitutional THOSE are the ones that we should put our foot down on and stop paying. But to completely stop paying any and all taxes would be the last nail in the coffin for this country.

Or do you think that the stuff that the government does do, should be free.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:48 PM
reply to post by civilchallenger

Pressure corporations to stop funding the military? What are you talking about? Your taxes fund the military, and you get to pay the Fed interest for the loans as well. Stop funding the military and then what? Oh wait, we have to stop the war first. And while you are at it, call the Congressional committee which oversees military spending. Maybe you can do like a Jane Fonda type thing and just go tell our military guys to stop fighting too?

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 05:53 PM

Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by predator0187

Considering the army is not bad, I would still pay taxes to them. War in and of itself is illegal. Therefore I reject the notion of war crimes any way. How can you criminalize a crime? That's a double negative. War sucks. You fight them in totality for the complete elimination of an enemy. In this case, I still haven't seen why the wars today are bad when they are not against good people.

War is illegal? That must be why we Constitutionally have to go to Congress and declare war first before going to the UN.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 06:02 PM
I agree that we wouldn't be in Libya if it didn't have substantial amounts of oil (9th in proven reserves in the world according to wikipedia). But there's no way a person can stop paying taxes that go to the military because there is no military tax per se. I guess you could withhold the percentage of your income that would be the same percentage that the US pays on defense. Or you could just try to not pay taxes, but try either of those things and tell me how it went (while you're in prison).

I hope I can finish my education, exploit America's system to my benefit, make some significant greenbacks and then pack up my belongings and my dog and move to some out of the way backwater island nation; that'd be sweet.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 06:13 PM
Gerald Celente?

The Trends Research Institute, founded by Celente gets a lot of positive feedback from clients within the military industrial complex.

"In a word, Celente is fantastic! We have looked long and hard for a practical futurist. Gerald was able to deliver us a no-nonsense look into what to expect in our industry over the next few years." — Bank of America

"A five star presentation! You captivated the audience and opened our eyes to mega, macro and micro trends we didn't see coming. We're looking forward to having you back." — American Express

"Mr. Celente’s approach is extremely helpful for companies who wish to start operationalizing trend tracking and avoid the pitfalls of collecting and interpreting information too narrowly." — Nestle

"Gerald Celente's insights are unique. He showed us new and innovative methods of trend tracking that will enhance our strategic planning initiatives." — 3M

"I thank you most warmly for the part you played in making our symposium, Flight of Future Days," a great success. You keynote address was the centerpiece and the cadets, faculty, alumni were extremely interested in you outlook, observations and message of what to expect "down the road." — Virginia Military Institute

"Thank you again for your outstanding presentation. We have just completed the evaluations and your presentation was the highlight of the meeting. It was rated "hot stuff!" Thanks for doing the research which made the presentation much more industry specific." — National Wholesale Druggists Association

"Your presentation certainly impressed our attendees and gave them a lot to think about for the future. It was excellent." — Health Insurance Association of America

"Gerald Celente’s global perspective, trend insights and objectivity affirm his status as a master of trends research. Not only was his content enlightening but he’s also very entertaining. — The Coca Cola Company

In my opinion, Celente is part of the 'problem'. He's not 'forecasting', he's disclosing what the ptb want him to disclose. He urges individuals to stop paying taxes but says little about the corporations and banking cartels that continue to contract him to deliver his oratory to them, to assist them in furthering their agendas.
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posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 06:14 PM

Originally posted by Lazyninja
reply to post by star child

Oil has never been stolen from invaded countries to the best of my knowledge.

We invade, we install a sympathetic leader, then our oil companies go over and start buying up contracts which the previous leader refused to sell.
edit on 9-4-2011 by Lazyninja because: (no reason given)

Too bad we never got the oil contracts from Iraq. So I believe that our leaders sold us down the river on that one, letting China and Russia get the contracts. People need to stop with the hate-America balogna and get the real facts. Don't listen to the radical leftists anymore.

posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 06:15 PM

Originally posted by Lazyninja

I'm one of the people who believes that putting women (real women) in power would be better for the world. The problem is that it's the most ambitious and ruthless types of women like Rice and Clinton who would make it to the top. Those women are no different than men from a "defense" perspective.

This is one of the most asinine statements I've ever read on ATS. By your logic, a man in power who advocates for world peace is not a "real man". There's no such thing as "real women". There's only women. Anyone who thinks the world would be this peaceful, orderly utopia if women were in power is extremely naive and would be in for a rude wake-up call if women really did take hold of governmental power. All you have to do is look at all women leaders of the past and your ridiculous notion will be quickly discredited. Females are bigger consumers than men and war is driven by greed.

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