Trends forecaster Gerald Celente says the resignation of top security advisor Michael Flynn is further proof there is an ongoing “destabilization campaign” and a “definite movement to take out Trump.” Celente explains, “When Trump came in, one of the first things he said in his campaign is let’s stop this fighting with Russia, they’re not the threat that everyone says they are. Since he’s been saying that, he’s been attacked. Let’s go back to Michael Flynn. Trump and Flynn say the CIA has become too politicized. A lot of these agencies have been wasting money and giving us bad information. That was what a lot of Flynn was about. Let’s not forget that Obama dumped Flynn because those were the things that Flynn was saying that Obama didn’t want to hear.”
The issues dreamed up to take out Trump have been ongoing since the day Trump won the 2016 election. Celente lists the top three and says, “The first issue was the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming. The second one was the Electoral College, and you remember the third one? It was we need a vote recount in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. That’s all we heard. The media has been attacking Trump from day one. They are bringing in the Flynn thing because he was an anti-neocon. That’s the reason. The neocons want war. They want destruction. They want the military industrial complex to continue to build. . . . I don’t know why Trump is still campaigning. He should keep his people off the air. They shouldn’t go on the presstitute networks.”
Celente says Trump can win by playing his own game. When it comes to his own GOP party, Celente explains, “He didn’t need them. He doesn’t need them now. Trump beat Hollywood. He beat the Katzenbergs, the Spielbergs, the Clooneys and De Niros. He beat Silicon Valley. . . . What I am saying is Trump can beat and win. He beat all of them. He beat Obama. It wasn’t the Russians that made the election go his way. . . . Play the Trump card. There are no rules. That is the lesson.”
Celente says that Trump is inheriting a U.S. and global economy that is bullish for gold prices. Celente explains, “The debt crisis continues to build. The people are in an uproar about getting their pensions robbed from them. There are more taxes on them to give the money to the banks that did the dirty deals. Look beyond the United States, and we do not give financial advice, gold is the ultimate safe haven asset in a time of economic turmoil and geopolitical instability. . . . Our forecast for gold, and let’s say the price is $1,240 per ounce, the downside is another $100 to $150 per ounce. It cost more than that to pull it out of the ground. So, it’s not going to go much lower than that ($1,240) . . . . That’s no downside risk. Here’s our forecast on the upside. Gold has to break above $1,400 per ounce and solidify over that price, somewhere in the $1,440 to 1,480 range. Once it solidifies in that range, we are saying it’s going to spike to over $2,000 per ounce. That’s our forecast, and we have been saying that for the better part of a year and a half.”
Gerald Celente also told me that he does not expect a market crash as much as he expects a big market correction. That said, Celente cautioned that if there was an unexpected event, such as an attack the scale of 9/ll, “That kind of a wildcard could bring the whole thing down.”
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