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February 2015 Interviews

Jonathan Cahn
February 25, 2015 - Best-selling author Jonathan Cahn says you better get ready for “a great shaking.” Cahn, whose new book titled “Mystery of the Shemitah,” says, “The Bible says a prudent man prepares. What do you do? I am not a financial expert, but I will speak for myself . . . in general, I would not be putting my stock in the stock market or have things attached to it. . . . You should also have essentials in store so if there is a collapse of not only markets but of infrastructure and services, and these things should break down, that you would be okay for this time period. I am not a survivalist. I am more of a revivalist." How do you get ready for this collapse?  Cahn, who is a Christian minister, says, “The first thing is if you are listening to this and you are not right with God, get your life right because America is rapidly accelerating into a moral collapse and a spiritual collapse.  That’s part of the picture, and the economic part follows that.  But the first thing is get your life right with God."
Jonathan Cahn Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 27:04

John Browne
February 23, 2015 -  Financial and geo-political expert John Browne was an advisor on Russia to Prime Minister Margret Thatcher.  So, does he think the war in Ukraine is a dire threat?  Browne says, “Oh yes, I think it is dire particularly because President Obama has had the wrong end of the stick, and he follows a strategic mistake...In this case, we have the West interfering in the soft underbelly of Russia, notably the Ukraine and in Crimea.  This threatens the vital interest of Russia like a warm water port with access to the Eastern Mediterranean, which they have sought for 200 years. Putin, who enjoys 80 percent domestic support, has to win even if it means going to war.” On the U.S. economy, Browne says, “I think things are slipping because we have leadership of an appalling bad quality. . . . At the moment, we have massive injections of money . . . The total is $50 trillion of money that has been created out of nowhere.  It is so-called ‘click money’ where it is no longer printed, but clicked on a computer.  So, there is lots of money swirling around, but value is being eroded."
John Browne Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 25:25

Andrew Hoffman
February 18, 2015 - Financial writer Andrew Hoffman of Miles Franklin says the debt problem in Greece will not have a happy ending. Hoffman contends, “More than half of Greek debt, everyone talks about the 400 billion euros they owe, more than half of this debt is from the bailouts in the last four years. . . .Two years ago, I wrote that Greece was my top pick to catalyze the big one, and here we are in that same position. . . . If there is an agreement, it is only going to be bad for everybody.  It’s going to bad for Europe and bad for Greece.  Of course, if there is no agreement, then there is your end game right there. They are not just going to leave the euro; they are going to default on their debt.  That is the only way Greece can be saved." On physical gold and silver, Hoffman points out, “We are seeing record demand around the world.  2013 was a record year.  2014 was a record year, and starting 2015, gold imports in China have been 50% above last year’s levels to start this year."
Andrew Hoffman Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 21:32

John Williams
February 16, 2015 - Renowned economist John Williams says forget the happy talk about the so-called “recovery”—it ain’t happening.  Williams contends, “I wish I could say things are booming, but indeed they are not. . . . The GDP in the last three quarters, if you believe what they put out, is the strongest economic growth seen in more than a decade.  That’s not the common experience. . . . The consumer is in terrible liquidity straights." So, why does America seem to be doing much better than the rest of the world?  Williams explains, “What’s been at work here is the perception that the U.S. economy is recovering, and the Fed doesn't need to provide any more quantitative easing (money printing).  The dollar has strengthened, and as you see, our major trading partners moved towards quantitative easing because of the recessions they have.  Well, guess what?  We have the same problems as our trading partners." Williams goes on to say, “The underlying fundamentals for the dollar just could not be worse. Fiscal conditions have not improved.  Deficit numbers last year were small according to headline numbers, but if you look at it with generally accepted accounting principles, it was still about $6 trillion . . . per year.”
John Williams Video: Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time 24:01

David Stockman
February 15, 2015 - Few people understand the global economy and its (mis)management better than David Stockman -- former director of the OMB under President Reagan, former US Representative, best-selling author of The Great Deformation, and veteran financier. Chris Martenson of Pealk Prosperity speaks with David on a wide range of events in play globally that predict volatility and eventual economic collapse. David is now loudly warning that events have entered the crack-up phase, which he predicts will be defined by the following 4 developments: - Increasingly desperate moves by the world's central banks - Increased market volatility and losses - Deflation in industrial and commodity prices - Decreasing demand due to Peak Debt. As the crack-up phase gains momentum, he predicts an increasing number of "financial breaks" that will add to the unpredictability and instability of the environment for investors. Even 'dancing close to the door' sounds excessively risky at this point.
David Stockman Audio: Link Here
Source: Youtube
Audio run-time: 54:33

Peter Schiff
February 11, 2015 - Money manager Peter Schiff says forget about the Greece debt questions; the problems in the U.S. are far worse.  Schiff contends, “I am even more concerned with the problems with the dollar.  The dollar is benefiting right now because most people are just concerned about the euro.  So, the dollar gets stronger because people sell euros and buy dollars, but they are missing the bigger picture. We have even more advanced problems with our currency than they have in Europe with the euro.” Right now, people are confident in the dollar because they believe the Fed can raise interest rates, and we can actually afford to pay the higher rates–which we can’t.  We can’t do it.  If the Fed raises rates, we will have a financial crisis.

Peter Schiff Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 29:36

Mark Faber
February 10, 2015 - Editor and publisher of the Gloom Doom and Boom report Mark Faber says, "Greece should never have been allowed into the EU - Issues with Greece now are not so much an economic issue but a political issue. Faber explains that if Greece leaves the EU, the next day China and Russia will be at their door to build facilities and to gain access to the Mediterranean.  So the whole of the European problem is not an economomic problem but a geo-political problem driven especially by hard-liners in the United States. The US has naval fleets of ships in parts of the world where they are viewed as dangerous.  We have to be careful how we use the word "dangerous" in the world today that is simply not dominated by the United States. China has the second largest economy in the world and four times more people than the US. You have to respect their point of view too."
Mark Faber Audio - Link Here
Source: King World News
Audio run-time: 24:28

Alex Merk
February 8, 2015 - Money manager Axel Merk says, "I am very concerned about what is happening with Ukraine.  The problems we have there and in Europe, and in Japan and in the U.S., are we cannot balance our budgets. We see how it plays out one way in Greece and in Ukraine another way.  In Japan, we are trying Abe economics.  In the U.S., we have a feel good growth strategy, but ultimately we have the same issue everywhere." Merk predicts, “For me, it’s a slam dunk. We are going to get inflation. There are negative real interest rates in the developed world as far as the eye can see. Just about every country has negative real interest rates, and we have financial repression everywhere.  I think we cannot afford positive real interest rates over an extended period." Merk, who manages around $400 million in assets, goes on to say, “I am very concerned about bonds and equities, both of them at the same time.  Now, clearly when you print enough money, bonds and equities go up, but the problem is everything goes up in tandem.  People need to look at alternatives."
Alex Merk Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 17:46

Bill Holter
February 4, 2015 - Financial writer Bill Holter says there is better than 60% to 70% chance that another financial calamity or a war, or both will hit in 2015, and it could start from anywhere in the world.  Holter contends, “It doesn’t really matter where it starts.  It will probably be global within less than 48 hours.  The reality is it will go all the way around the world within two days because party “A” will not pay party “B” who doesn’t pay party “C” and on and on we will go. The payment chain will break." So, what will it look like to the man on the street when the next crash happens, Holter predicts, “On the streets here in the U.S., you are probably looking at total chaos...Once the banks go, especially in the cities, you are going to see complete chaos because the average person has about three days of food stocked up. Everything is run on credit, and once credit stops, it’s over."
Bill Holter Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 26:19

Gregory Mannarino
February 2, 2015 - Gregory Mannarino of TradersChoice.net says, “We are watching epic events occur. People have been saying for years, where is the collapse, where is it? It’s now. Look at the actions of the world central banks. They are becoming more and more desperate. They are slashing interest rates, and there are negative interest rates. The Federal Reserve will follow suit despite the garbage that is coming out from the Federal Reserve Governors; it’s nonsense. There is no possible way they can raise rates”. On the so-called “recovery” Mannarino says, “The most important thing is to look at the bond market.  What we are witnessing now is a flattening of the yield curve.  This is a big tell as to where the economy is going here in the United States.  The narrative from the mainstream media is we are in an economic boom.  Everything is just great here.  If that we’re the truth, we would not see the yield curve becoming flat like this.  This is huge.  This is the bond market talking.  It’s saying, hey everyone what the mainstream media is telling you about an economic recovery is not true.  A flattening yield curve is a bad omen of bad economic times ahead.”

Greg Mannarino Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 25:05

Nomi Prins
February 1, 2015 - In this well-detailed interview with Chris Martenson of Peak Prosperity, Nomi Prins goes into depth on the rationale and process behind the creation of the Federal Reserve, and more important, how its mandate -- and the behavior of the banking system overall -- metastasized into the every-banker-for-himself regime of sanctioned theft we now live with. Nomi says, "It began with the period before the 1970s when different people were rising to leadership in banks, and worsened in the 80s when we started seeing people who had more sociopathic tendencies or less ability to appreciate the idea of the public's economic stability being beneficial to growing their institutions. They no longer viewed it as necessary."  Nomi Prins is a Wall Street veteran turned financial industry reformist, and author of the internationally acclaimed book, All The Presidents Bankers. 
Nomi Prins Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 52:46