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March 2015 Interviews

Paul Craig Roberts
March 30, 2015 - Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Dr. Paul Craig Roberts thinks the Middle East violence is going to get much worse.  Dr. Roberts contends, “Unless the Islamic State somehow collapses, you are going to see a new wave of revolutionary developments in the Middle East.  I suspect all the oil dictatorships will be overthrown because there is a tiny handful of people we installed there and they are mega-billionaires, and there isn’t anybody else that’s got anything. I think they are all headed down the drain.” Turning to the American economy, Dr. Roberts, who has a PhD in economics, thinks, “If you measure inflation correctly, GDP has been negative since the downturn in December of 2007. It never recovered. All of the other indicators show that there is no sign anywhere of recovery. My own opinion is the first quarter and second quarter of this year will be negative and probably it will go down from there.  I don’t think there will be a recovery, and there is really no way they can recover it except by understating inflation."
Paul Craig Roberts Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 49:45

Alasdair Macleod
March 25, 2015 - Finance and economic expert Alasdair Macleod sees a fragile global economy with many ways to crash.  Macleod starts in Europe with the euro currency, “We are looking at a currency which, at any moment, triggered by Greece or triggered by a butterfly in the jungle, could begin to unravel.  I actually think the lack of any history behind the euro is probably the worst thing that it has.  People can go off the euro incredibly quickly. That is one area where it could happen. Look what’s going on in Japan.  They are printing money, and its hyperinflation.  It is monetary hyperinflation which, at some stage, is going to be price hyperinflation.  It’s only a matter of time. . . .  I can’t find what’s good in the world. China is going to try to tackle a credit bubble.  I have never known a government to tackle a credit bubble and succeed in managing it.. That is an accident waiting to happen."
Alasdair Macleod Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 39:51

Bix Weir
March 22, 2015 - Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir predicts, “When we have our next crash, and it is coming, I believe it will be here this year, and that’s my final conclusion.  I am looking around September, but I believe it has already started."  Weir thinks the powers that be are preparing for a financial calamity. Weir contends, “Both the good guys and the bad guys want the crash to happen.  The bad guys want the crash to happen because they know they are in trouble.  They think if they crash the system, they will walk away with whatever they have.”  And why do the good guys want the crash?  Weir says, “They want the crash to end the reign of the bad guys and to end this crazy system we are in now and put in a gold standard, or something to that effect. They have been planning for this for a long, long time, which includes the Federal Reserve and the Treasury." 
Bix Weir Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 37:02

Nomi Prins
March 15, 2015 - Best-selling author and former Wall Street investment banker Nomi Prins says no matter what you are told, “For all practical purposes, quantitative easing continues here as well as zero interest rate policy, and capital is available.  The ECB (European Central Bank) has just announced their next version of quantitative easing (money printing)  of course, there is the fear that, at some point, there is just no powder left in that gun, and at some point, it will go down.  The volatility you are beginning to see is indicative of that coming apart.  There is nothing else that has been propping up the market, and when there is nothing left to prop up the market, the markets are going to come apart.. It still hasn’t happened yet, but the enhanced volatility is a sign we are moving in that direction.”
Nomi Prins Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 21:16

Warren Pollock
March 11, 2015 - Wall Street analyst Warren Pollock said six months ago that the “damage control (about the bad global economy) was going to start to wear off in 2015.”  What are the signs the spin is wearing off? Pollock says, “Go to your super market, and that is a sign the damage control is wearing off.  Prices are going up, and the quality of food is going down." Pollock contends we are headed for a big failure and says, “For sure, and the small failures are expressing every single day, and they are absolutely noticeable if you care to notice them. Look at the legislation they are passing. Look at changes to the law in terms of banking and derivatives. Before the mortgage blowup, we had changes to the bankruptcy law.  Before student loans blew up, there were changes to the bankruptcy laws. Before derivatives blow up, there are changes to the law and how they are handled by the FDIC. They just did that in December. That’s predicting a coming derivatives market failure absolutely.”
Warren Pollock Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 34:29

David Morgan
March 9, 2015 - Renowned precious metals analyst David Morgan is out with a new book called “The Silver Manifesto.” In a chapter called “The Debt Bomb,” Morgan lays out the biggest problem and the biggest reason to own precious metals. Morgan contends, “Basically, the United States have exported our inflation to every other country. So, for them to stay competitive, they are required to weaken their own currencies for what is called competitive advantage. It simply means if they don’t print their currencies would become too strong, and they would not be able to export.  In order to keep trade flowing, these other countries are basically required to do what the U.S. government does, and that is export a great quantity of un-backed paper promises that are impossible to pay back."
David Morgan Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 38:39

Rob Kirby
March 4, 2015 - Rob Kirby of KirbyAnalytics.com thinks all the current world problems come down to just one thing. Kirby says, “It all boils back to the money. And it all boils back to the notion we don’t have honest money because when you have honest money, these excesses don’t occur. Things cleanse themselves, and that is the virtue and the merit of the old relic, the gold standard, because it is honest commerce. When you have honest commerce, generally people are peaceful and get along with each other on a fair basis. Equal value for equal value for exchange of goods, not one country with the God given right to print money to buy the world’s output with freshly created out of thin air fiat money. It’s dishonest commerce. Dishonest commerce is at the root of all the problems we are facing in the world.”
Rob Kirby Video - Link Here
Source: Youtube
Video run-time: 25:39

Gregory Mannarino
March 1, 2015 - Gregory Mannarino of TraderChoice.net contends, “We are staring down the barrel of the worst financial cataclysm that has ever been seen, witnessed or even heard of in human history. There is no way out of this. As hard as I think about this, I cannot envision a scenario that there is no way this will not turn into a financial disaster of epic proportions for every human being on this earth.” Mannarino goes on to say, “This is not just a financial problem. This is a resource issue, and when this debt bubble bursts, basic necessities that people need to sustain their lives are not going to be available.This is a resource issue on a global scale. This entire fake system will continue to fall apart, and it is falling apart right in front of our eyes.  People are going to be rioting in the streets of every nation on earth when this comes apart.  There is no doubt about it, and there is no way out of it.” 

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