Wave Coming Too Large to Duck Under-Warren Pollock

4By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com    (Early Sunday Release)

Financial and geopolitical analyst Warren Pollock warns, “When I go swimming in the ocean, sometimes I have to duck under a wave.  This wave may be too large to duck under, and I think that is what these large events are.  I think we are seeing large events, the likes of which you and I haven’t seen, and haven’t been seen in generational memory.  80 years would be a generational memory.  We haven’t seen what a world war looks like.  We haven’t seen what a Great Depression looks like.  We haven’t seen a political crisis.  We haven’t seen total lawlessness, and these are all the things that are happening.”

So, what is the best strategy to survive what the world is going to experience?  Pollock says, “Flexibility is the best way to answer that question.  It is more important to your children than it is to you or me because of our demographic.  In the Soviet collapse, there was a tremendous loss of life from a life expectancy perspective, and I would expect that to happen here.  If you are 20 years old, you could lose 20 years of your life.  If you are 70 years old, you are only going to lose 1 or 2 years of your life.  So, that’s the kind of thing we are approaching.  People are going to lose 20 to 50 years of life if they are 20 years old today.  That’s what is going to happen to them.”

Pollock, who predicted the mortgage crisis and the 2008 financial meltdown years before they happened, is now predicting a political crisis in the U.S.  Pollock contends, “This political crisis is something they have not seen before, especially in the United States.  Even though the U.S. doesn’t have law right now, and there is prolific NSA spying, there is still a semblance of normalcy in the United States.  People think the Senate and the Congress still work, the President is in charge, and the Supreme Court is still operable.  Really, behind the scenes, who knows what’s going on?  In a crisis situation, such as the sinking of a U.S. ship by China or a ship in the Middle East . . . or an economic crisis, it is going to be enough to put the U.S. into a political crisis, and it’s not just going to happen for a day.  Instead, it’s (the crisis) going to be operable for weeks, months or years, and it is going to create uncertainty here and uncertainty abroad.   We’ll see U.S. government agencies trying to be in charge.  We may see the U.S. military trying to be in charge.  We will see Congressmen or Senators grabbing for power.  You see some of that occurring right now.  That’s where a political crisis occurs.  It is a realization that nobody is in charge.”

On the economy, Pollock warns the game is about over, “It’s an absolute con game and right now, everyone is involved in the great con. . . . We can see now that the pension plans are going to be stolen from people.  That’s pretty much obvious to everyone with the Supreme Court ruling that is an advance indicator that your retirement money is going to be confiscated.  Gold looks very unattractive in the markets, and that is one of the places that you should actually go to.  You need a stack of $20 bills, but you also need gold.  We’re definitely going to have a currency crisis, but right now, everyone is pregnant with paper.  Everyone is pregnant with U.S. debt.  Everyone is pregnant with U.S. stocks, particularly in these sovereign funds.  Right now, we are so pregnant with debt it is being sold out in crowd funding sites.  You can buy people’s credit card debt.  This is how stupid this economy has become.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with analyst Warren Pollock.

(There is much, much more in the video interview.)

After the Interview:

Warren Pollock is known for making huge calls on financial and geopolitical predictions.  In 2001, he told people they “need to purchase gold.”  The price was around $300 per ounce.  In 2003, he predicted that Iran would be the big winner in the U.S./Iraq war.  In 2004, Pollock predicted the government would ramp up spying on the internet.  In 2014, he is on record predicting world war, and today, a coming political crisis in the U.S.  Those are just a few of Warren Pollock’s big predictions.  Mr. Pollock was kind enough to make a bullet point presentation of the topics in the preceding interview.  To look at Mr. Pollock’s fine work for free click here. 

  1. Tom

    Mr Pollack is a great thinker and analyst. It is such a pleasure to hear him speak. One can sense he has no agenda other than getting to bottom of things.

    His notion of inverted totalitarianism is quite an insight. It’s the kind of term that makes me think, yea, I’ve looked at it that way too, but never really put it words like that.

    Thanks, Mr Hunter for your top shelf string of guests. I never miss a show.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Tom.

      • Warren

        Thank You Greg
        I thank you for the work you are doing. You are a pioneer, A true visionary. I knew from the first time I saw your show that you and your guests were speaking the truth. I look forward to your show as I would a well in the desert.


        • Greg Hunter

          Thank you Warren!!

    • NC Gal

      Tom, after I read your post, I did a quick search on “inverted totalitarianism” and found a definition that helped me understand that term at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inverted_totalitarianism. When I heard Warren mention it, intuitively it felt correct but it was helpful for me to dig deeper and see the principal elements it’s based upon. Sheldon Wolin coined the term in 2003. He says that “there are three main ways in which inverted totalitarianism is the inverted form of classical totalitarianism.

      1) Whereas in Nazi Germany the state dominated economic actors, in inverted totalitarianism, corporations through political contributions and lobbying, dominate the United States, with the government acting as the servant of large corporations. This is considered “normal” rather than corrupt.
      2) While the Nazi regime aimed at the constant political mobilization of the populace, with its Nuremberg rallies, Hitler Youth, and so on, inverted totalitarianism aims for the mass of the populace to be in a persistent state of political apathy. The only type of political activity expected or desired from the citizenry is voting. Low electoral turnouts are favorably received as an indication that the bulk of the populace has given up hope that the government will ever help them.
      3) While the Nazis openly mocked democracy, the United States maintains the conceit that it is the model of democracy for the whole world.”

      This puts everything we discuss here on USAWD in clear keeping with that perspective. It had never occurred to me that voter apathy was part of the plan, too. Warren’s observation that the current crop of 2016 candidates are the “worst of the worts” fits with that agenda.

      • Paul from Indiana

        NC, It’s two sides of the same coin, or, seen in another way, the “B” side of the equation. The result (fascism), with the government and the financial sectors in de facto collusion, is the same. The longer this (fascism) goes on, the worse the outcome (feudalism). Better that we had faced the music in the ’80’s. Best always. PM

      • Milton

        totalitarianism – caged chicken farm.

        inverted totalitarianism – free range chicken farm.

        Same end for the chicken.

        • Tom

          very good, Milton. paints a clear and vivid point.

      • Tom

        Another term for it, NC Girl, is friendly fascism.

  2. Mike from the North

    I have not watched the entire interview yet but I suspect that this guest is describing the geopolitical BIG PICTURE very well.

    On every level possible our understanding and belief of things will be challenged.

    There are many points of history that the average person simply do not know.

    Knowledge is power..unawareness is weakness.

    You think mental illness is an issue now???Wait until reality hits the average guy between the eyes.

    I read a few points regarding comments made by some at the G7 summit today and was sick to my stomach by the direction that some world leaders are taking us.

    Comments being made at or before the meetings are too stupid to be stupid.

    Everyone seems to be moving agendas forward that will harm world peace and create a level of protectionism that will eventually destroy the travel industry in my view.



    • Oracle 911

      Hi Mike
      He see the big picture, but still miss at least 3 points:
      1st If China has “manifest destiny”, then it is something pragmatical. Like having a prosperous nation, doing business with the rest of the world, having friendly or neutral countries on the borders etc. For Russia it may be “living in just world”, and please note in Slavic languages “just” and “truth” came from same radical. And civilization or country with more then 1000 years of history don’t have the motivation to prove their “exceptionalism”.
      2nd If You look at the map That part of Russia is basically Siberia, which have the same climate as Alaska (How big is the Chinese population of Alaska?). And another thing, if the Chinese really wanted that part of the world, they would take it at least 1000 years ago.
      3rd The Sun’cu doctrine: “War should be the last option.” And the Chinese still have lot more options then war in classic sense, for example demanding form US subjects payment in Yuan for their goods.
      My 2 cents
      Oracle 911

    • BabaGump

      The Americans should vote for Cash.
      ( this isnt meant against PM)
      I mean pay your bills with cash, put the cash out of the banks and use like in the old days.
      This is the achilles heel to the totalitarism, as it will bleed out the corporation which holds the power, and shrinks the minimum security level the banks have to hold.

      Cash is the solution for freedom, PM the solution for security.
      People have to wake up.
      While, lets say in the middle age, you had to bleed and die for freedom, nowadays you just have to take this little inconviniece to do you business with CASH!
      Its just important that the use is spread, as the campaign against cash, and holding large amounts is moving full force.
      Many People changin behavoir even with small amount, will have a grwat impact.

      Just my 2 cents…and hope the best.

    • Diane D

      NC Gal, very interesting. Thank you. Sheldon Wolin’s views fit right in with what Mr. Pollock sees in the US and world today. Mr. Pollock makes a lot of sense.

  3. Smaulgld

    I didnt understand the gold coins vs monster box discussion
    Sure ten monster boxes are bulky and you can’t carry them easily but that is 2,500 coins or about $80,000. Who needs to carry $80,000?

    • Smaulgld

      10 monster boxes is 5,000 coins or about $85K

      • dslarsen

        The point of that gold vs. monster box discussion was the weight.

        If you are fleeing somewhere, in say a wartime scenario, you would want to take whatever you could of your wealth with you, so yes, you may need to carry $85k if you possibly could.

        5000 silver coins is more than 312 pounds. Tough to haul in a backpack.

        The same amount of wealth in gold (at $1200 per oz) would be about 71 ounces or a bit under 4.5 pounds. Huge difference.

        Downsize it if $85k sounds silly. $20k would still be about 75 pounds of silver, vs. a bit over a pound of gold.

        Now, that doesn’t make it easy to spend. You still have problems to overcome once you get from where you’re fleeing to where you’re going, but the issue is saving and transporting the wealth, not spending it immediately.

      • Gene

        By the time the weight of gold and silver coins has become a consideration, the prices of precious metals will be much higher. And very few of hoi polloi have such coins, or will be able to get them when they realize they are the only practical means for ordinary people to preserve broadly negotiable wealth. At that time, it will be too late for them.

        • Evan J

          Agreed Gene; love your use of ‘Hoi pollei’ – just another example of the intelligence of people who contribute to the discussions on this site.

          • Evan J

            Correction – polloi

        • pdxr13

          Regular people who buy coins of gold or silver are mostly quiet about it, like people who buy firearms more than one bolt-action deer rifle to fire 2 boxes per season. Privacy, it’s a good thing.

          I know of a number of people who have amassed large piles of gold and silver (quarts of gold and 5-gal buckets of silver) on sub-middle-class wages. Interesting personalities, but not pink-unicorn rare.

    • markp

      Smaulgld, I took this comment to mean that if one had to make a ‘getaway’, carrying all that silver is not practical.

      • Vincent

        The heavyweight getaway scenario I hear befalling silver is kind of ridiculous. Yes gold is much more condensed wealth, but silver is much more versatile to use. In an event where you need to “panic” run, I would honestly assume that those wise enough to hold any physical metal at all will be a bit more aware ahead of said scheduled panic…
        But for the sake of argument, lets say you ARE caught totally off guard. You would still likely flee to a vehicle and not on foot. You will likely head to a predetermined or at least knowledgeably safe destination, with more weight in food, clothing and other materials than silver.. If you are sitting on a forklift pallet of silver, than god bless you and the compound your probably easily affording to safely hide it in.

        If your having trouble figuring out portability, have an ammo box crammed full with silver. Yes it or they will be heavy, but it is far from unmanageable.. I would also suggest fleeing with tools among other goods, but only when I felt it was of absolute necessity to flee… Odds are good that you wont have to flee your dwelling and head for the hills. But if you did, silver and gold possession is likely not even in the awareness of many people who are also on the lam unexpectedly.. Their problems and thoughts will likely be on cash, gas, and what the heck do I DO!

        As pollock said, silver and gold are great insurance, and in certain stages are a great investment vehicle.. But the metrics for profit in silver never looked better, and considering the internet has been raising awareness that many people forget to consider, it will undoubtedly be the safe haven, and investment of first, and last resort for the majority. The net is great for one thing that you cant discount, and that’s its ability to put certain information in the viral stage of awareness. I’m sure when cash becomes tight or inflated, especially during a panic, people will “google” the crap out of what to do next..

      • Smaulgld

        Thanks. I figured as such and listened a second time . I would think if you had so much silver that you couldnt carry it you would have it vaulted/insured somewhere away from where you live. If you have to hightail it you, want to leave with food and water not silver monster boxes

        • paul

          To all of you having this discussion about gold being better to own then silver because you will be able to carry away more wealth … with less associated weight … remember one thing … although it may be true now … silver is going extinct … in just a few years time this discussion will be turned on its head … silver will become “more valuable” then gold … where simply carrying just “one” single 1 oz silver coin will allow you to transport $500,000 dollars of your wealth … and gold “even if it is at $50,000 dollars an ounce “will be ten times heavier to carry in comparison!

  4. Andrew Thomas

    thank-you , awesome , love this guy and Martin Armstrong

  5. lynn

    He is the smartest guy in the room. Having said that, his predictions are different in perspective because of his knowledge of history and our stupidity of the subject. He offers a real definitive explanation of something that is hard to explain. We ask who is in charge, Soros, the bankers, etc. We really don’t know who is in charge, except we know it must be the “luminati”, jokingly stated, and probabaly behind the scene, they are also in turmoil, vying for their spot in this whole debacle. Someone will emerge, somehow and it will be our demise as we will trust anyone or anything who seems like they will be our salvation. Bible maybe, don’t know but what I do know is that in the midst of chaos, that spells disaster for the American people in every sense of the word. It has all been planned to make us weak, take us over, and ruin us. It is a true success story in the war on America.

    • lynn

      One more thing….here is an easy way to look at what is happening. If no one but special interests are running the police department, local & state governments (fed. funding), our congress, senate (military industrial complex-John McCain), our President (fed. reserve and bankers), our schools (communist agenda), our medical system (corrupted by special interest to double and triple rates for their pockets), and all of this implodes because they have stripped it financially and spiritually to the bone (media outlets and filth they depict), then these are the people running our country. Who will be standing when all of this fails? When they strip us of everything for their benefit and leave to go rape and pillage the next group? Therein lies the question. You better pray for a good outcome because we will want that one person to save us, and how has that worked out so far?

      • susan

        lynn, you explain it very well. Scary, isn’t it?

  6. Anne Elliott

    Wow, Greg. Mr. Pollock really lays it on the line here, and has a track record to make me nervous about his views of the future here. I have to listen to this again, but first, did anyone read the job advertisement for the US Army Corps here? https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/404191100
    “Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.”
    The “total army” mention got me thinking about Mr. Pollock’s “political crisis”. It also says that they are wanting civilians for jobs in primitive conditions monitoring dams, etc. during an emergency or crisis; just more weirdness to ponder. Here is an article about it: https://www.intellihub.com/army-corps-of-engineers-seeking-civilian-workers-ahead-of-impending-disaster/

    • NC Gal


      My husband and I went to see a movie in a theater last week, something we rarely do because of the cost. Before the previews came on, there were the usual paid ads run for “the captive audience” they tout to get one to make use of that venue to promote their services. There were TWO recruiting ads for the army, ONE for the Navy, and ONE for the local community college to promote its job training programs. Those were the ones that stuck out. The usual local businesses were basically absent. I find your point regarding the military recruitment of civilians very much in keeping with the stated objectives for Jade Helm.

      • WD

        NC Gal, and Anne,

        I was in the military for about 11 years, ( I got out in early 90’s), I was enlisted for about 6 years and an officer for 5.

        My last couple of years I was assigned to participate with an MP unit. I t was basic excercise training for crowd control, riots etc…not a big deal.
        Typical by the book stuff.

        But I do remember the NCO in charge saying that if the civilian population gets out of control, to find a safe place to hunker down because more than likely they will kill most of you all.

        Pleas don’t give so much credit to a government project, you would be surprised how quickly things go wrong, badly and out of control.

  7. Lisa Ogden

    I generally think Highly of Warren Pollock’s views and commentary. However, his criticism and nontolerance of the conversion of Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn Jenner is not what I would like to see. I would like to think that all of us are equal and have the right to be who and what we want to be. In this area, Warren comes across as a hater and that’s just not cool.We have grown up to assimilate everyone into our soiciety and that is our greatness as a society of Americans. Cant we show some tolerance here? America has made great stides for freedom of all people and we need to continue and be what our forefathers dreamed, which is a people unshackled by biases and prejudices.

    • Greg Hunter

      Get a grip. “. . . nontolerance of the conversion of Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn Jenner is not what I would like to see.” Pollock’s point was the Jenner story is insignificant stories in the view of the paradigm change that is about to hit. Stop the PC crap and wake up.

      • Smaulgld

        Bruce Jenner is a manufactured story. Barely anyone remembers him or even would CARE what he was doing except the media chose to make a story of it.

        Unfortunately, the alteranative media for the most part mainly reacts to main stream media “stories” so the distractive narrative is actually amplified with the assistance of the alternative media.
        Best approach would be to ignore mainstream media stories like these

        • Paul from Indiana

          Brother Smaul, don’t you mean REmanufactured? Just saying…Best always. PM

          • Smaulgld

            LOL Paul
            It is truly is a distraction upon a distraction to debate “sensitivity” re the topic. To say there are more important things for most people than Bruce Jenner is not insensitive, its just a fact.

      • gregd

        I was wondering what you definition of non tolerance is? Are you aware that in other countries Jenner would be imprisoned or put to death? That would be intolerance.
        I believe you are the one who is non tolerant of Mr. Pollack, only because he doesn’t agree with you.

        • Greg Hunter

          What are you talking about? His point was the Jenner story is irrelevant relative to what is coming. It is a distraction and I do agree with this point.

          • gregd

            Either I miss wrote or was misunderstood. I was responding to Lisa Ogden’s comment. My fault I should know better than to respond while angered. Sorry.

            • Greg Hunter

              Sorry Greg D. The comment said it was to me. I did not mean to be mean. We are good man!!!

          • Galaxy 500

            Greg, the PC police don’t really listen to what is being said. Their ears prick up on key words. The rest, they don’t hear

      • AussieAl

        Greg Couldn’t have said it better. Sadly Do wonder sometimes though (with comments like above) if the point is Actually getting through!!!!! Not me though –
        I;m Just sitting here waiting to get hit by the proverbial SHTF.

      • diane s.

        Exactly Greg…….you are exatly right.

      • Jan

        In order to destroy this nation the fallen ones had to take God out of our lives, because our strength lies in following His laws. When we turn our backs on Gods laws there are repercussions. For every action there is a reaction. When we get to the point where we do not know right from wrong we fall farther into the downward spirals of death and hell. We seem to be headed in that direction now. When we do not stand for something we fall for anything, such as sex changes. Instead of working through our psychology we get more lost in the lower levels of the subconscious. Do we really believe in our hearts that changing our sex is a sane action? At least a few like Mr. Pollack still understands right from wrong and can see through the fog. When we as a nation kill our unborn children we are saying that life is not valuable. If we did not kill our children we would put much greater value on life. We would be more apt to follow God’s laws. When we follow God’s laws we become endowed with His virtues…truth, honesty, INTEGRITY, compassion, humility etc. We would not be so confused as to not understand why it truly is not cool to change our sex. It is utterly amazing to me to see the amount of perversion taking place on this earth. From those in the very top positions of our nation, men sleeping with men, the highest regarded women’s universities where 80% of the women are lesbians. Even the animals have more sense. Perversion is perversion. I understand what you are saying Greg about the fact that Mr. Pollack was insinuating that sex change in the news is insignificant considering the other things that are taking place at this time. However these acts are the foundation of the great fall of this nation, and we call it freedom. Are we really free or is is a bonding to death and hell? If we study Atlantis we realize these type of acts created the sinking of that great continent.

      • Andrew Maggard

        Hi Greg,
        A great reply to Lisa, the pc crap is getting so deep that it is becoming difficult to tolerate anymore. In a time where the pentagon is now an advocate for gay and transgender military members one might suspect that the traditional forms of leadership, as it is applied to good order and discipline have become subservient to supporting a lifestyle where the long term consequences upon a military culture have yet to be determined. This could have any number of adverse consequences involving the security of this nation and people.

      • BrianDH

        Bloody well said Greg!! So refreshing to see someone call s**t for what it is. These namby pamby people who speak and behave like this is half the problem. They are the ones who will be telling us to shut-up and don’t complain as we are led into the concentration camps of the future!

      • Kerry

        Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain-just keep on watching which dress/hair/makeup style Caitie Jenner will wear next…

    • Thomas justin Harmon

      Lisa your comment is very unsettling

    • Tommy

      When I was a child the carnival would come to town for a few days in summer and for a quarter you could enter the freak show tent and see the lizard boy, the bearded woman and the human block head. Today the freak show runs 24/7 and is carried on what used to be serious news shows. Unfortunately our citizenry knows every minute detail of the comings and goings of people who are famous for being famous. They know absolutely nothing about history, finance, politics or human nature. They are brainwashed idiots who think they are doing good by showing support and encouragement for people like Bruce instead of offering him the help he so desperately needs. My mother, who dropped out of high school in 10th grade to help support her family during the Great Depression, knew more about the history of the world, could write a coherent and grammatically correct letter and possessed the basic math skills needed to get by in life. Today we have college graduates who not only don’t know anything, they don’t care that they don’t know. They laugh when asked questions like, “who the the vice president” and they respond with a blank stare or some goofy answer. Lord help us.

      • Gert

        ((((Lord help us?)))) Tommy, he will! Even if we cant help ourselves! You have his word on it!

        P.S. Tomster, Your mom had what they called in the day, class! What we today call the greatest generation! They were absolute and I don’t mean Vodka. Case in point;

        When Saving Private Ryan the movie came out, I saw an interview of veterans that participated in D-Day and landed on Omaha Beach. They were asked if it was accurate, real? They all said, yup,
        pretty accurate, pretty real, then all at once they all chimed in about the bad language in the portrayal of the American soldier and all agreed that every other word that came out of their mouths wasn’t a four letter word, that even a drunken sailor would be ashamed of. But what sticks in my mind the most is that they all said, “ya we had more class than the soldiers in the movie.” The day before yesterday when speaking to a Vietnam vet he said the same thing, we had more class and I didn’t even mention the classic word. Yes compared to the last generation were a bunch of moron’s. Thank you boomer generation stalwort’s Steven Spielberg and Tom Hankie and you can blow your nose on that one!

        • x

          You’re definitely doing your part with apostrophe abuse: “Yes compared to the last generation were a bunch of moron’s.”

    • Bob Lamb

      How about you have some tolerance and respect, not everyone thinks like you.

      • Tommy

        Right back at you.

    • OutLookingIn

      Lisa Ogden –

      You had best rouse yourself from your walking daydream and wake up. As George Carlin so succinctly put; “They call it ‘The American Dream’ because you have to be asleep to believe it”. The sad Jenner story is nothing more than a distraction. Quick! Look over there! Just more bread and circuses. You had best bring some unpalatable truths into your life and face “real” reality, or become fodder.

    • Lisa Lisak

      I agree with Greg… it’s a non issue. Warren was making a point, and it’s not what you think… MS. Jenner is not a significant story to America… it’s her story… period. As a GLBT person I understand Bias and Prejudice, but my FREEDOM is most important to me for being an American. Our problem is the Mainstream Media deciding what is important to you and me… and I don’t want the Mainstream Media telling me what is important… and you should look real hard at that…

    • JC DaviS

      Most straight people don’t care what the others are doing with there sex life. They just don’t want to glorify any sexual behavior, And have to tolerate hearing about it. You don’t see any straight flags in a straight parade. It is just not relevant, unless one has a need for self recognition.

    • Bob

      Our goal in life should be to reach the point of obedience to God’s instructions in scripture. People are free to do otherwise but their end result will be one of failure in fulfillment and happinness to one degree or other.

  8. Grafique

    Right now at ZeroHedge, there’s an article called, “Literally, Your ATM Won’t Work”, which explains what will happen when the credit bubble bursts, and why cash won’t be available.
    Worth a look.

    • Jim

      Mennonite friend of mine in charge of sizable agricultural projects in Africa was home for his father’s funeral a while back. He is quite knowledgable regarding world history and theology. He mentioned that every society that has embraced homosexuality has fallen. Personally I don’t care much what these people do but I don’t believe we should be forced to cater to the lifestyle throughout our entire societol landscape. I hope Pollack is right about some of these things being nonevents even if not compared to the gravity of coming events.
      On the farm, at the production level, we continue to be hit with additional regulatory parameters making your food more expensive and putting production more at risk. The usepa waters of the uspassed into law last week,in spite of the majority of congressmen and farmers comments to the epa, is another profound example. The epa is obama in action.
      In the event of a breakdown that gets to everybody I believe there will be a lot of things go in the dumpster and fall into irrelevence. This I hope for the first half of my conversation too. My 98 year old father said during the depression nobody had anything and it massively changed priorities. Many peoples deaths were hastened for a variety of reasons. He said the 30’s were all tuff right up to WWII. As Pollack said there are numerous things generational memory knows little. I hope we who have been all the things responsible people are will be able to cope with whatever may be coming.

  9. vincent_g

    Very interesting guest.
    His viewpoint on political break down as the economic problems continue are quite good.

    I see you noticed O’Malley – I think he will be one to watch.
    I have been watching him since late last year.
    He maybe the democratic front runner going into the Presidential election.

    If both parties wake up and don’t push the same old we could have real change but it maybe coming too late.

    The big problem although is the Donald – he can really cause big problems.
    His viewpoint is based on everything being a business problem.
    He will be a spoiler for positive change or worse may win the election.

  10. Horsenut

    There is an interesting story on Zero Hedge about Obumble sidelining Kerry on the Ukraine policy. After reading that and then your interview, it could be starting to unravel.

  11. andyb

    Greg: slightly o/t, but re a US political crisis, news out of Europe, Iran and Russia indicate that John Kerry was a victim of an assassination attempt, and not a bike accident, and is serious condition from gunshot wounds at a Massachusetts hospital. He was meeting with the head of ISIL at a French air base, when the attempt occurred. What lends credence to this is the acknowledgement by the US State Department, that Kerry was airlifted back to the states in the largest hospital aircraft we have, containing full operating rooms and doctors of all specialties, rather than a regular private flight which would have been applicable for someone with just a leg cast from a broken femur.
    If this is true then, as many have posted here, ISIL (or ISIS) is most definitely under US command and control.

    • 86daily

      I guess John Kerry finally earn one of his Purple Heart.

    • Ratko M.


      If this is true then, as many have posted here, ISIL (or ISIS) is most definitely under US command and control.

      And calling the shots, O0ouch! That smart’s!

      Obama Sidelines Kerry On Ukraine Policy
      Zero Hedge 06/07/2015_ 19:44 http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-06-07/obama-sidelines-kerry-ukraine-policy

      So who sidelined Kerry, Obama or IS and just who’s calling the shot’s?

      Put Two and Two Together, Just What do You Get? That IS the Question!

    • NC Gal


      What is your source for that information? I did a search and could not find anything about it anywhere, including on rt.com.

  12. Big John

    Excellent! One of my favorite interviews in a while. I know I get bored hearing the same stuff all over again, and I can’t imagine how bored you must get at times. This was not one of them. Totally new and refreshing to me.

    One thing that I NEVER hear about, EVER, is human population. I’m surprised Mr. Pollock didn’t mention it. Perhaps just not enough time I’d be surprised if some population considerations weren’t in his presentation.

    The Chinese outnumber us by about 4.5 times. I’ve never been to China, but I have a lot of friends who have, and I even have a pretty solid Chinese friend. That country is overpopulated, just like the rest of the world.

    Russia’s population is tiny. Only 145 million. Even if the US and Russia team up, 450 million is still about 1/3 the size of China. And they have a ton of space, albeit a lot of it is siberia.

    In my mind, these numbers just can’t continue. The Chinese are going to have to expand somewhere. Especially if they keep having babies. I can almost guarantee you the Chinese government has thought deeply about these issues. In fact, the Chinese are one of the only governments that seem to at least give lip service to population control. While the one Child policy has been flawed for many reasons, including the outrageous gender imbalance in China, it has prevented 400 million births according to Google (thought it was 300 million, I was close!). There may come a point, soon, where the Chinese just feel like expanding. I haven’t even mentioned how polluted all of China is. YUCK.

    I would ask you to consider population at some point, Greg. I just never hear about it discussed anywhere. It’s one of those problems that I relate to religion. Humans thinking they are godly or something like this.

    Like any complex system, there are going to be a number of factors. I feel strongly that population is hugely relevant. One of the biggest mysteries to me is India. They have so many people over 1 billion, yet are globally irrelevant. It fascinates me. They can’t even get it together to win a few olympic medals. They’re a joke. Why? Good question.

    • Wilfong

      Believe it or not, the one Child policy is not adopted everywhere in China. Being I live in China, I’ve known rural students whose parents were given permission by the government to have more than one child. So, you’ll get a family of 7 or 8. And actually, for a family of modest income it’s not all that unheard of to hear about 2 children because they will pay a fine for the second child.

      That being said, I doubt there is any plans for these guys to relocate. And they are about to have an extremely aged workforce.

      • Greg Hunter

        Thanks for commenting. Are you coming home soon?
        Your friend

  13. Evan J

    Hello Greg,

    Great interview and good questions on your part. In my opinion, Warren Pollock is one of your most important guests so thanks for having him on. I love your work but on this one you unfortunately interrupted Warren at least 4 times on points that seemed very important and which were not stated and not re-visited – even at the very end just before you thanked him for being on he was trying to say something and he never got it out. If you play it back you might see that he appeared frustrated as he signed off. I don’t know if you try to keep these interviews to a certain time limit but if a guest of this caliber wants to talk, PLEASE let him finish before asking your next question. For us trying to get the most info possible (and not having access to him because he does not have a website) if he wants to talk for an hour, I think we WDs would agree that it would be welcome and a good use of time (don’t want to speak for others, but that’s my sense). Thanks and keep up the the good work.

    • Charles H.

      I noticed that too.

    • Margie

      Yes, I too noticed this, and felt frustration because I wanted to hear the rest of what Mr. Pollock was going to say and wondered if maybe sometimes interviews could be longer than 30 minutes. Maybe Greg could find out what Mr. Pollock wanted to say at those moments and add it here in the comments? or add it in the weekly wrap up?

    • Matties

      Greg, i noticed the same in other interviews as well. Sometimes you go like a train through the thougt processes of your guests. And is it so important whether the interview is 45 minutes or an hour ?

      Just a critical note in the otherwise very much respected posture and conduct.

      • Greg Hunter

        These interviews are not edited much. What you see is what happened. I try to keep them 30 minutes and not let them drag on. I usually have multiple points I try to get in, and when I think it’s over I end the interview. I also add the points I want to make. At this point in my career it doesn’t matter because I am not looking for work. I am just trying to put out the information I think is important. I am not going to change anything. You will either like what I am doing or you won’t. I hope you do though. Thank you for your support and comment.

        • Ratko M.

          Greg, keep in mind with the coming world wide regime change, [not the permanent one under god mind you] but the one that will fight god to the bitter end like pharaoh of Egypt, we might need to keep our job or income despite the fact we feel well enough off now, if you know what I mean. Never know how long God will let the bad guy’s stay in power and I’m sure they no doubt will look and make themselves out to be the saviors of the world. So don’t be fooled my friend!

          • Greg Hunter

            Every week I end my wrap up with the Bible phrase “Fear Not.” I know you know the deep meaning of that.

        • Steve

          Hello Greg, you’re blessed and cursed by your very savvy viewers, and you’re gracious enough to interact via the comments section. I’m very sure everyone who commented on the subject respects, enjoys, and really appreciates the unbelievable line up of guest. It’s just an observation, an accurate one, and Salinas-Price was similar. Regardless what you do with the information, I’ll be listening. All the best and thanks for what you do!

    • NC Gal

      Evan (and Greg), I felt the same way. Greg is usually relaxed when interviewing someone he is on familiar terms with, like Bill Holter or Greg Mannarino, but when interviewing Warren Pollack, he lost his center, got very anxious, and grabbed the mike — an anxiety-based coping tactic to feel that one is in control. I really wish Greg would ask a question (without having to go on and on about why he is asking it) and then step back and let his guests reply in their own way and style. There was so much more that I wanted to hear, but Greg really got in the way this time.

      I suggest that he apply some lavender essential oil to his nostrils before doing an interview. It will calm him down and help him do a better job of letting his guests talk.

  14. David B.


    Do these former co-CEOS know something we don’t? Obama is in Germany today. Not necessarily related stories, but the plot thickens.

    • Margie

      Yes, I too noticed this, and felt frustration because I wanted to hear the rest of what Mr. Pollock was going to say and wondered if maybe sometimes interviews could be longer than 30 minutes. Maybe Greg could find out what Mr. Pollock wanted to say at those moments and add it here in the comments? or add it in the weekly wrap up?

      • Greg Hunter

        It’s a free site and I am one guy. It’s not going to be perfect.

        • Joanna

          I think you’re doing a great job Greg and I thank you for everything you do to keep the rest of us informed with the excellent guest you have on!!!
          For people to actually be taking the time to write a post to criticize and critique your interviewing….my gosh, get a life!
          Like you said, your site is free and you’re a one man show. Maybe they can start their own site!!
          And the other troll (Lisa) posting about Bruce….aka Monique or whatever name he/she’s using, “WHO CARES!”
          This stuff just ticks me off! Let’s focus on the real issues we are facing. I could care less about someone’s sex change! It shouldn’t even be in the news. Ugh!

          • Greg Hunter


            Thank you. I always try to do the very best and make it professional. I am not giving excuses, but this is the best I can offer with the resources I have. At the networks, I had producers, videographers, bookers. tech people that did lighting, framing, editing (included protecting against Internet attacks,) professional studio staff, including a director and a fully functioning control room. It is amazing it doesn’t come out worse than it does. I do all the above mentioned jobs, and am happy and grateful to do it at this time in our history.


            • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'

              Well said Greg!!!!

            • ConcernedAmericanDad

              Greg, Kudos to you as always!
              You do an outstanding job of presenting important and valuable information from many different points of view. The last few weeks have been some of the best. Warren Pollock is always phenomenal. I first heard him on Charlie McGrath when he used to do a show daily. Now hearing Mr. Pollock is few and far between and I think you for delivering. There is nothing worse than someone commenting on the technicals: sound quality, etc…It’s about the content. Should we chastise everyone who uses “there” when they mean “their”- come on!@#$$%^It’s about the content- and your’s is outstanding. Great Job always- Thank you!!

        • Margie

          That is totally true, and I do want you to know that I love what you do and I LOVE the interviews and guests and weekly wrap ups. This interview was especially delicious. And that it is free is VERY much appreciated. Thank you again for what you do.

          But, but… can he come on again soon??? 🙂

          • susan

            margie, you said it all perfectly.

        • aussie jeff

          I”m just grateful you are doing what your doing Greg, I’m not paying 50 bucks a month to visit your site,its free :)if anyone is looking for perfection that won’t happen till were in heaven, just really appreciative of what you do without charging for it, so fear not my brother and press on regardless.

    • paul

      Very interesting and powerful stuff David … “$75 Trillion in derivatives imploding in Europe even BEFORE the Greek derivatives go bad” … “it is just a matter of time now (a few weeks??) before EVERYTHING goes with it”.

      • paul

        Obama is in Germany “urging action” … as German 10 year Bund rates are exploding higher … Deutsche-Bank is the largest holder of derivatives in the world … rising rates put it clearly at risk … only JP Morgan Chase comes close holding some $75 trillion in derivatives … likely the reason for the sudden resignations at Deutsche-Bank was some huge derivative loses … clearly something got broken … that could take the entire global system down!

    • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'

      Thanks for posting this.
      Methinks the plot is most definitely thickening!

    • Silence is Golden

      I believe they (G7) were lamenting the fact that they were not participating in the largest infrastructure project the world has ever known.
      Obama was also pushing the TPP and TISA agenda and concurrently visiting the remaining remnant of the soon to be DEFUNCT D.B.
      He also provided guidance to Germany about Greece and their imminent EXIT….and the impact on the TBTF US BANKS.
      As for Germany’s GOLD….he mentioned …”forget about it” ….its GONE !!!
      Oh…..he also said……”We’re all screwed”.
      …and …if you can…try and patch things up with Russia…..we need them….MORE.

      • Greg Hunter

        I think many will be participating in the Yuan party this fall. Every country in the G 7 has some sort of RMB swap facility in place not. In the U.S., I think LA has and RMB portal: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/11/22/us-china-los-angeles-yuan-idUSKCN0J605B20141122 I am hearing this distant gong of a death knell for the USD. It keeps getting a little louder every day. Everybody globally the day the dollar gets decapitated. Yes ……”We’re all screwed”.

  15. Jerry

    Greg this interview with Warren Pollock was spot on. The economic collapse that is going to happen this this fall, is much, much, bigger than just replacing the dollar. The globalist will accomplish three things.
    1. The creation of a North American Union .
    2. The creation of a digital currency system to replace the paper fiat one.
    3. The creation of the NAFTA superhighway.
    This is huge in my estimation. It will allow the Chinese to consolidate the Mexican, U.S., and Canadian economies into one purchasing body. They will important goods into the Mexican ports and transport them northward using the NAFTA super highway.

    Now you know what Jade Helm 15 will be used for. Place a map of the Walmart’s be retrofitted over the NAFTA superhighway in the link above and you will see just exactly what I’m talking about. The Chinese want a guarantee from our government that they will be able to install this distribution system, when the time comes, without interference form local dissident’s, and our government has agreed to do it with the beginning phases of Jade Helm 15.

    When it comes to the Chinese. Its not about politics. Its about making money.

    • CrazyCanuck

      Jerry — when I hear what our PM Harper says and does regarding Ukraine, I think we are but a pseudo country , lapdog of the American (Unipower) Dream. Talk about neo-con beliefs ! Victoria Nuland must love the guy. If we re elect this guy in October, the NA agenda you speak of could indeed accelerate — yikes!

      • Paul from Indiana

        Crazy, isn’t that a little bit of the “victim whine” you attributed to Diane just the other day? We’re all stuck with loss of sovereignty, as an individual citizen and then as a country. This is precisely what is causing the upset. Frustrating as hell, isn’t it? Glad you get the picture. Come on in; the water’s fine…and getting warmer. Best always. PM

    • WD


      I think you will be very surprised at what is accomplished and what is not….Look to TSA as a govt project that went bad. Just a govt employee. A buddy of mine used to call them:
      ” The dumbest of the dumbest of the dumb!”

      Please don’t expect to much from these guys, the best laid plans of mice and men…

      There i s reason why they gravitate to the government.

      • Jerry

        This is a plan that has been in the works for over forty years that is being rolled out. They have the technology and the manpower with the UN to pull it off. Drones will back up UN troops to disarm American citizens. Per the general.

        • WD

          So what 40 years or 4 years or 400. These are a bunch of bureaucrats. Look at TSA cant stop 90% of weapons coming through the airports. You are painting your self into the corner.

          These are the same people cut from the same cloth as college professors. Too smart to have any equals to scared to take any action.

    • Ratko M.

      Money talks and B.S. walks!

    • Jerry

      The news that was never reported. China & Mexico trade agreements. Just another domino to fall for the NWO.
      In case you aren’t paying attention, China will fire up its swift currency system in September. Then you will see the real plan for the NAFTA superhighway up close and personal. Time is running out. Do whatever you need to do now. Don’t wait.

      • WD


        Countries desperately want to trade outside of US dominance. This is the big plan and its no secret. The world is sick and tired of US gunboat diplomacy…And it would appear theta China and RUssia are taking it head on.

        ALl this NWO plans on top of plans on top of plans just makes the pipes more likely to clog up.

        Dont be afraid of these people Jerry, they are fart gas.

    • Jerry

      More buildup for martial law. Anyone who thinks this is fear porn is a blithering idiot.
      I guess we can all pretend like its not happening, but the problem is when I walk outside my door and see black helicopters flying overhead day after day reality smacks me right in the face. Insanity! We can’t send troops into Iraq, or Libya, to stop Christian beheadings but yet we have money to practice war games inside our own country , using our own people for props. By the sheer fact that the Pentagon hasn’t canceled this (supposed covert exercise) should send chills up anyone’s spine who has a brain.

  16. jack

    Leadership vacuum? NO problem we got Bruce Jenner. Bring it on!!!

  17. Kevin G

    They won’t be booting “Islam” out of the country… have you seen what Germany’s biggest complaint is right now and all the protests that the media is not showing? Its against the Jews. They want the Jews out. Not the Muslims. They blame the Jews for the entire financial crisis because they control the financial system of the world. The Muslims are the doctors, taxi drivers, and 7-11 servers… they’re the working class who are not responsible for anything bad. I think this guy is a joke… he doesn’t know reality. All of Germany is Erupting against the Jews…. again.

    • frederick

      Kevin you are correct the Europeans are sick and tired of the bankers

      • BabaGump

        this is totally wrong, we want the muslims out, not the jews.
        For France or other countries I cant speak.
        So dont spread that nonsense

        • frederick

          Hey Baba Im just telling you what i have heard on my visits to Poland where i have an apartment and some good friends

    • Silence is Golden

      You might be onto something there. Joining the dots….will lead you to the ultimate plan. The BIGGER picture is within sight.

  18. Rock

    Pollack is a brilliant guy. Thank you for the interview. You are a beacon of light in this dark and dimming world.
    Come quick, Lord Jesus.

    • susan


  19. Al Hall

    Greg: Another excellent guest! But, I think he is wrong on the Jade Helm you brought up. I realize the government wastes money everyday, but this J. helm gig is huge and planned out way ahead. Something is going on for sure and costing a lot of money
    One of my insiders believes they are positioning troops and resources out west for the “big earthquake event on the west coast- caused by the HAARP device, or yellowstone blowing up as USGS in not telling the truth about the super volcano and it’s activities!
    As Mr. Pollock says- hard to plan for something this massive.
    I have told friends for years to get out of the global elite’s system- “get out of anything paper” as I was told by an insider. You & Warren mentioned the courts have ruled in favor of the banksters, they will steal your retirement accounts- can happen any time!


  20. Jerry

    Addendum to may last post. The twin sister of the NAFTA superhighway. The “Silk Road”.
    The globalist have plans. Big plans. And they do not include the dollar or our lust for debt generation. Who would have thought that manufacturing rubber toys would have led to this?

    • Al Hall

      Jerry so true! see what I posted to JC just above! Should wake up some.


  21. JC DaviS

    Brilliant Greg, Just Brilliant. Loved it ! This interview is a work of art.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you JC. I thought Pollock hit it out of the park!

  22. Donna


    I am forever looking for movies with life messages, especially those that are not Hollywood desecrations of reality.

    I stumbled across this one last night. It portrays what world war looks like, what hunger looks like, resiliency, the will to survive — or not. This takes place in the forests around Minsk. Reminds me of what is really going on with the people of Ukraine at the moment.

    It is supposedly a true story. Beyond the history of it, I was drawn in by the character and lack of character. Lately I want stories that inspire and teach life lessons, stories about what it means to be human and retain our humanity, no matter what. We have yet to be the hunted literally, or the starving.

    The film starts out a little grainy looking but, I think, purposefully. It drives the point home bad enough as presented. It comes into all too clear focus within moments.

    • southern girl

      I totally agree with your comments. I will watch the video even though I know it will make me sick. I remember on a history channel they were talking to some of the German officers from WWII about how the killing affected them. One man said they put people alive in a pit and covered them with a bull dozer. One child put their hands up through the dirt trying to breathe and live. He order another man to shoot the child. Later on that scene still haunts the officer. People look bank in history and you see what horror is…ugly.

  23. John Corbit

    Many thanks for the very important interview with Warren Pollack..I can’t find the link to his more detailed presentation. Maybe it isn’t posted yet. I’d really like to see those maps and get a more complete understanding of all the changes he is proposing.

    Thanks again.

    • Greg Hunter

      There is a link at the very end of the “After the Interview” section.

  24. paul

    No one challenged US manifest destiny except for the indians of the western plains … now its pay back time as what goes around usually comes around … the US is going to be put in the same position as the indians of the old west … restricted to a few “reservations” in the south pacific ( i.e. the Philippines, etc.) but a large chunk of the Pacific Ocean (around and including the south China Sea) will be dominated by China.

    Although the indians fought the white man … their struggle was to no avail … now the US will find they too can’t push back against the Chinese …

    • paul

      In fact … talk about manifest destiny … the genetic history of Native Americans shows that Asian Chinese were the direct ancestors of American Indians … so we Americans may have more to worry about then just the Pacific Ocean … China is working to dominate the entire US once again … look at all the treasury bills they own … they can simply buy up America a piece at a time (all very legal) without a fight … this is not a bad thing … we will finally get rid of the crooks in control here running our financial system … the Chinese have a long history of “executing” bankers that commit fraud … we won’t have to talk about sending the bankers to jail … a Chinese take over will send them all to the grave … China has already taken over Chase and is almost in total control of the Fed … the bankers days are numbered … and this may be the reason Pollack see’s a war coming with China (not Russia)!

      • paul

        FEMA camps are probably the “reservations” where the “white people” will be placed as the Chinese take back the America that was “stolen from them” by immoral crooks and thieves that slaughtered the buffalo and handed out infected blankets to American Indian women and children … to not only deprive them of their food but do mass murder genocide using germ warfare … the American crooks know the Chinese don’t forget evil done to them … they have long memories (and have not forgotten what Japan did to them) … neither have they forgotten what the Americans did to them! … the crooked bankers are now running scared and will look for any excuse to start a war with China … but once the Chinese take complete control of the Fed … the power of the crooked American politicians to make war will be limited as these crooked politicians need to borrow money from the Fed to finance their wars … I wouldn’t be surprised if all 350,000 tons of that silver Chase Bank is buying up is destined for China … remember the bankers stole a million tons of China’s silver 10 years ago and have not yet returned it … the Chinese are no doubt intent on getting their silver back in full with interest … before they send the cooked bankers before firing squads!

        • Greg Hunter

          We didn’t steal this country from the Chinese. By the way, the native Americans stole land from each other all the time. I 100% disagree with what you wrote.

          • paul

            Just put myself into “a Chinese mind set” … to figure why they own vast tracks of land out west and are buying up America … they’ve already bought our shipping ports, the Panama canal and are now building a second canal between the Atlantic and Pacific … they just about have effective control of the IMF, Chase bank and are working to take over the Fed … soon the US dollar will be toast … and all without firing a shot … their General Tsun Zu would be very proud.

            • Freebreezer

              the land and ‘A’ share water rights they are buying and bought is mostly all alfalfa producing. The Chinese, for the most part, own the columbia river basin hey production. And all of the alfalfa is being shipped to the Asia. The price of hey in the accompaning states is skyrocketing do this. thus the skyrocketing higher beef prices.

        • Jerry

          Per the General. The collapse will take place the last quarter of 2015. Martial law and FEMA camps will dominate 2016. The United States will cease to be a country by the end of 2017 as the NAU is created by the globalist. Scary times indeed.

          • Kerry

            Where the Wolverines? Are we to sit by and just let it happen?

  25. Alan

    This was a great interview! He brought up some great points and the analysis of “who is in charge” has me really thinking now. I can see the leftist really pushing this to the limit if the 2016 election does not go their way. We have a government that is answering to no one domestically (irs , epa, tsa…), what happens when another country ask who is in charge and everyone raises their hand.

  26. etoodtoo

    Great guest! Good questions Greg. Try to keep your questions a little shorter next time. I would like to hear Warren a little more.

  27. dbcooper

    Greg, Thank for WP … a bit off topic but maybe not … I have been watching What Does It Mean.com and one of the stories not reported here is that Kerry was actually shot (more than once?) and that the plane that brought him back to the US was a hi tech flying medical facility. So is Sorcha Faal for real or ‘agent provocateur?? Anyone here have any ideas? Again thanks for your mission Greg, Yours in Faith and Liberty, FN, DB

    • frederick

      dbcooper I read the same thing and dont know whether to believe it or not

      • paul

        Well we all know Kerry was running around like a race horse … Russia, Iran, Spain, etc., etc. and what do they do to race horses when they break a leg?

    • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'

      I don’t know what to make of this report either.
      All I can say is if he was shot then it is absolutely no surprise to me whatsoever.
      If the buffoon fell of his bike then all humanity could hope for is that he would somehow knock a wee bit of sense into that moronic skull of his!
      My God…..does this mean that creature Nuland might be the acting SOS whilst Kerry convalesces……heaven us all!

      • paul

        Could be a bullet caused him to fall and break his leg … we will know for sure when some doctors begin to talk!

      • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'


    • dchayden

      I have read the same as well. As far as I can gather, it came from the Iranian news, and they have printed many bogus stories in the past, but at this point, who knows? If it is indeed true, I would not be overly shocked at anything at this point…

    • NC Gal

      Sorcha Faal is a made up persona and the site “WhatDoesItMean.com” is a notorious disinformation site. Do not even consider anything on that site as being truthful, even though some “truth” is scattered in with the disinformation to make it more credible. The same signature of unfounded allegations is at “BeforeItsNews” and other sites being run by the same disinformation group. They’re all part of the inverted totalitarianism propaganda.

      • Greg Hunter

        Thank you NC Gal for pointing this out. Please feel free to warn us of any disinformation in the future!!!

      • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'

        NC Gal
        OOOOOHHHHH………….does this mean he hasn’t even fallen off his bike then……. so his mentality is likely to remain at its normal sub-moronic level!

  28. Paul

    Great interview.

    So Warren Pollock pointed to a sky full of black swans. Your next interview should be with someone looking for a white one.

    Great work. Thanks

  29. dchayden

    The EU are apparently forcing European Nations to adopt ”Bail-In” legislation by the end of the summer or face legal action…hmmm, why by the end of the summer? Everywhere I go, I am hearing/reading about a big event this Fall. Whether it is the Shemitah, financial experts calling it, or the telling actions of corrupt governments in plain view, pushing to fast track secret trade deals, legislating bail ins, breaking treaties, military build ups all over the place, “accidental” weaponized Anthrax mail-outs ( don’t get me started on that one) etc… Who knows? But one thing is for certain, things really feel like they are accelerating on all fronts. Seems like everyone is making their move “now” …
    Maybe it’s just me.


  30. Richard Burnett

    What if you are Wrong?
    What will you tell investors in precious metals if they lose another 30 to 40%?
    You remind me of the Japanese wargames before Midway, all but one showed a Japanese victory, based upon their statistics and combat record, foiled by a nymber of factors the Japanese had brushed aside
    And they too howled down those who thought differently.

    Are you prepared for yet another bull market?
    it is possible, yes???

    • Diane D

      Richard, pessimists are the happiest people. They are either right and prepared, or wrong and pleasantly surprised.

      • JC DaviS

        True Diane. A truly optimistic person can only be a informed pessimist.

  31. Thomas justin Harmon

    another very sharp guy and Mr. Pollack brilliant guest Greg that sure is a different perspective but makes perfect sense. Thank you Greg

  32. Terry

    Our Constitution and founding documents are our “leader”. Way too much of this doom and gloom scenario depends on the American People being mindless, defenseless sheep. We are not. The well armed patriots of the USA are the most powerful force on this planet.

    • Paul from Indiana

      Hellfire and damnation may yet rain down on us from China or some other place. The powers-that-be may indeed be determined to turn us into indentured consumers of China, but I know at least one old American that won’t take it. He may go down early; he may be an idealistic fool, but he won’t be alone. Best always. PM

  33. Ralph Godell

    Please have Warren back and let him talk on whatever he wants to say. There were too many interruptions here. I thought he wanted to say a lot more. If the session is too long, then post it as part 1, part 2, etc. Many, many thanks to Warren. I know he has said he dropped his internet presence, but is there a way to communicate with him?
    Greg, you don’t need to post this comment, it’s just for you. Thanks for all you do. Ralph

  34. Joseph

    I appreciate all you do but you really need to stop interrupting your guests at important points in the discussion. Just let them finish their sentences please. Thanks again for getting these insightful guests on your show.

  35. Something Dark and Foul Hurtles Towards the Fan - Better Duck!

    Warren Pollack is always a welcome breath of fresh air. Thanks, Greg. I will be pondering this one for quite a while.

  36. Coalburner

    See movie: “The Kingdom of Heavan” Set in the Crusades when the Christians were forced out of Jeuruslem. The lesson is almost sublte when the Cursader Army are marching out to slaughter under their new idiot King. The warrior priest friend of the young General to be, tells him the most important lesson in life. Great Movie

  37. pablo

    Great 30,000 foot view of things

    I think we often get caught up in the “little” news items and forget the big picture. However, the Jade Helm thing seems to mesh in to the “big wave” that’s coming and they know it.

    Have not yet seen his presentation but really look forward to getting more info. I could have heard him all day.

    I know you can’t cover everything in the interview but he was trying to get words in and was cut off mid sentence many, many times, just some constructive criticism, its your show, time and effort, I know, so please don’t take it wrong.

  38. Grafique

    Greg, not only are your guests/interviews interesting, but your website itself is a breath of fresh air – no long waits while graphic-intensive ads load; no pop-ups/unders; and it’s easy to navigate.
    I wish more people followed your example.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Garfique. It’s like that because I sell very little.

      • Diane D

        Greg, Grafique makes a good point. We are in a remote location and fortunate to get a 1.0 mbs DSL feed. Most videos buffer badly and are virtually unwatchable. WatchDog videos and audio transmit flawlessly. We sure hope you can keep the bandwidth requirements at this level.

  39. Frank

    This is the first person I’ve heard discuss Chinese manifest destiny and potential advance of China into eastern Russia/Siberia. For land? Yes, perhaps, they could use it no doubt, although it doesn’t appear to be the most hospitable of places. More important looking at the geopolitical map, would be the liquid gold mine desperately needed by the Chinese – the largest volume of fresh water in the world: Lake Baikal.

  40. ken

    I saw Alexzander Haig make his infamous quip at the time live. The reporter asked him “who was in charge”, he was obviously a little flummoxed because the situation was unclear so he just said “I’m in charge here”, which the intended meaning came across he had maintained charge of his office as others would do all across the gov. Then everywhere the quote has been reported the word “here” is dropped. I love your podcasts Greg. Just trying to shed a little light on how the fear and political is hyped in what passes for journalism for a long long time and getting worse. Haig was dragged through the mud for this. Your guest seems all the more credible because he recognizes that when he raised the doubt with “and maybe he mis-spoke” which I think captures the nature of the brief interview exchange in a time of high tempo and pressure. Respectfully, watchdog fan

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you for adding this perspective. It was illuminating. Maybe it was taken out of context.

  41. southern girl

    Thanks for this interview with W. Pollock. He is brilliant in his analysis. I just wasn’t ready for his different twist. He sees the picture is such a different light that my brain had to do a 180 just to understand where he was coming from.
    Thank you to all of you who write in with your comments and your web sites to visit. I learn a lot from you. Together we make a considerable man.

    Greg, in my heart of hearts I think we are already there. Look at all the signs of lawlessness, perversion of things we love and hold dear, intolerance for those of us who call ourselves Christians, etc. Look back into history and you find we are there. When a civilization goes out of control you know there is no one at the helm. Mr. Pollock makes this very clear. Look what happened in Katrina..chaos. Everything is set now…your money in the bank is not considered money and not yours. You can only withdraw only so much. Heaven forbid you want to take out $10,000. The banks will ask you what is it for? How are you going to spend the money??? WHAT!! They have made it there business.

    Some here want to know how to prepare. Kad Zook! We have been at this seriously for about 4 years. It stared when we would go to the sore. Buy a box of pasta, pick up another box for storage.
    You can google the top 100 things to have in a crisis. .
    1. Learn how to clean and purify water through various means, bleach, silver, etc. We have 55 gallon water container in the garage.
    2. Is a site you can purchase freeze dried goods.http://shop.honeyville.com/products/freeze-dried-food-storage/dried-dairy.html?p=2
    http://beprepared.com/?sc=MSN&oc=MSN004001. This is just one sight to order food and supplies through
    3. Is a site you can learn how to dehydrate fresh produce. http://www.dehydrate2store.com/
    4. Buy can pressure cooker and process meats, fruits, vegetables, etc. Buy canning jars, lids, etc. Remember when we were growing up our cans did not have expiration dates on them. Our Grandparents and before them canned all their foods and put them in the cellar.
    5. Buy extra gasoline cans to store and the pink liquid stuff that protects it over the future.
    6. Have a way to cook. Charcoal, propane (with backup), fire pit, firewood, etc.
    7. Have a way to heat your house. If the SHTF in September how will you keep your family warm if the electricity were not there. If you can afford buy a generator now. Buy firewood, we have bought 4 ricks.
    8. Have cash on hand. It will be useful for a short period of time.
    9. Make sure you have the means to protect what is yours.
    10. Gold and silver on hand. Gold could be in smaller denominations such as 1/10th of an ounce. Silver for smaller bartering. Things to barter.
    11. Like minded people. Hopefully this could be some of your neighbors. If not then maybe your family and your local church family.
    12. Learn how to garden and buy seeds. Seeds in the future will be like gold and silver. Seeds keep in the freezer or frig can last up to 10 years.
    13. Because it is a lucky number…have Christ in your mind, heart and soul.
    Being prepared is being not scared. When it happens don’t go outside into the crazy world. People that are scared and unprepared are willing to do anything.
    Didn’t mean to be so long but hope this helps some.


    Speaking of the Jade Helm 15 occurrence – Could this be, in addition t0 emergency management, practice for coming capital controls?

  43. Matt Jaymes

    Mr. Pollock presents the Chinese as a mythical, malevolent dragon ready to pounce thereby actualizing their version of “manifest destiny.” Could it be they, like so many other sovereign entities spanning the globe are just tired of the Wall St./DC tag team? After all, China is making huge investments all across the planet, as well as being progenitors of the BRIC’S bank, the AIIB, the SCE and many other projects. It doesn’t make sense to me that they would take on these enormous financial obligations with the intent of seeing their interests destroyed by the specter of war.

    One other thing: Mr. Pollock asserts that the Chinese will play to their strengths and mechanize & mobilize via land incursion/occupation so that the “conflict” will be steered away from land and sea. Well that’s a fine plan if they intend to have the front lines in the middle of downtown Beijing, but if they plan to occupy foreign territory, they’re going to have to move the occupants via ship and/or airplane, yes?

    Interesting perspective, but it doesn’t seem to reconcile with the behaviors and actions currently in progress. Just my opinion, I certainly could be wrong, it has happened before! Seriously! Great site Greg – keep up the excellent work, here’s a ping for Jim Sinclair.

  44. Chip

    Smartest guy in the room. Could listen to WP all day long. Please have him again soon Greg. Thanks for what you do… Chip

  45. Diane D

    Greg wow… what an awesome interview.

    Failure of law and decision making today. Political crisis tomorrow. Can failure of civility be far away? The slide presentation was a helpful addition to the interview. Thank you Mr. Pollock. God help the world.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Diane D.

  46. Frank

    GREAT interview….just wish you had had more time to talk and exchange ideas. I was riveted to the screen that finally someone was saying don’t look here, BUT HERE!
    With all the distractions we face every day it was good to get some real honest evaluation of world conditions. I have told all my friends that I did not think it was Russia but China that had Manifest Destiny….I have been redeemed! Now just to get everyone to watch….
    Again…thanks so much and keep up the good work!
    PS: did you notice all the maps of conquest were in Chinese? Hmmm…

  47. Mr. Lee

    Hello Mr. Hunter:

    Brilliant interview, I disagree on the China/Russia scenario though. Yes, China could in invade Russia’s eastern territory, no doubt. However, rick nuclear retaliation? I do not see that. If it is a question of Siberia’s resources, then this too has been settled. With the currency swap agreements between China/Russia and the idiotic western sanctions against Russia, Russia will become an economic vassal of China. No shots fired, no territory invaded.

    As General Tsun Zu stated, “The best war is the one in which no shot is fired.”………I believe he was Chinese…..

    • Charles H.

      I must agree, Mr. Lee. I view the possibility of presenting ambitions to conquer as being too far out; too much of a stretch. What serve to divide China and Russia, also serves to conquer for the West. I doubt any wedge will be driven between Russia and China – no matter how it is presented. The USA has gone rogue ballistic, and needs to be eliminated (from political hegemony and economic destruction): so a new world-wide paradigm must be set-up and put in place FIRST. What jostling for the seat at the head of the table afterwards, will have to be seen then. Good insight, Mr. Lee!

      • Colin - 'the farmer from NZ'

        Mr Lee and Charles

        Just my 2 cents from the antipodes but my view is that Pollack’s scenario re China/Russia is totally absurd.

        These members of the BRICS are clearly winning the financial war and it makes absolutely no sense at all to me that they would start a fight amongst themselves when they are in such a strong position already. They cannot help but grow and prosper from cooperation and by peacefully sharing a massive common border. Their huge combined resources are absolutely complementary for massive economic growth.

        China and Russia are fully aware of the far reaching implications of the Wolfowitz doctrine. They are only too aware of the US’s self appointed global authority and monumental hegemonic greed. They know full well that the Washington lunatics will be very bad losers and that they are getting ready to kick over the card table. They also know that the US will come out fighting because thats what losing bullies do.

        Any islands China are building or any military investment made, I believe, is entirely defensive. Can anyone blame them for taking these precautions knowing full well that Washington has been taken over by a bunch blundering neocon lunatics.


        • Charles H.


          Spot on, Colin. “What losing bullies do…” Cheers.

  48. Thomas

    Now that was a strong interview, congrats Greg.

  49. Gene

    Dear Mr. Hunter,

    How refreshing, Mr. Pollock, a man who thinks for himself!

    Is China acting according to an imperialistic “manifest destiny” (a US centric ethos), or is its apparent expansionist intent more likely due to the paramount purpose of its ruling Communist Party, that is, self preservation? China is teeming with over 1.3 billion people who need to be adequately supported in order to avoid revolution. That many people need a lot of room, and much of China’s real estate is either uninhabitable, or becoming uninhabitable due to industrial pollution.

    And this question is relevant, since its answer determines whether China intends world domination, or much less. If China desires much less, war with China, which could easily become a nuclear nightmare, is merely foolish.

  50. don

    I’m not following Pollock’s logic. He wants the US to build a huge land army to fight China on land? That’s not going to happen, nor should it.

    China is a land locked country totally dependent on importing raw commodities and then exporting finished goods…it would be damn easy to shut that flow down to a trickle shutting down China’s economy, and thus collapsing it. The US could also toss those US bonds China owns.

    Note: Alexander Haig only said – I’m in charge in the White House per the return of the Vice President, only because it was during the cold war and no one knew what was behind the assassination attempt of Reagan. One of the most overblown reactions by the media in history.

    As to the next election who would Pollock recommend run for office among the two parties? Or for that matter any individual outside the political parties? Perhaps Mr Pollock would consider running.

    • Occasnl Trvlr

      You must have quite an interesting map…

  51. NC Gal

    An ouststanding and wide-ranging interview with a brilliant man. I agree with almost everything that was said except for his dismissal of Jade Helm as being significant. His reasoning to take a stance opposite to the MSM was not properly applied in this case, in my opinion.

    He gave the example of the ebola scare that came to nothing, but the MSM was trumpeting that as a great danger, whereas the MSM has been trying to discredit Jade Helm as anything to be worried about. The initial stories were ridiculing anyone who bought into the conspiracy theories about it (many of which WERE really a stretch, in my opinion) and once the governor of Texas called for the National Guard to monitor the exercise in Texas, the MSM ridiculed him, too.

    I find it interesting that, despite the fact that the ORIGINAL Jade Helm plan involved 8 states, was totally and officially defined in terms of UNCONVENTIONAL war exercises, and was supposed to run for 8 weeks, it has now been expanded to run 10 weeks, include more states and includes conventional military personnel, such as the Marines, the 82nd Airborne Division, and the federal DEA and IRS agencies. (for example, see http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/30939-jade-helm-15-is-not-a-federal-takeover-it-s-domestic-military-expansion).

    According to that article, Jade Helm is part of the expansion of military actions for domestic situations, which is a violation of the posse comitatus provision of the Constitution. This is going on in tandem with the militarization of local and state law enforcement that has been often discussed on this site. Despite Colorado apparently having withdrawn from the exercise, it has expanded to include a total of 10 states now, including Louisiana and Florida, which were not in the original 8.

    The points Pollock made about the lack of leadership here, the present financial crisis, and the coming political crisis were brilliant and accurate descriptions of what we can see happening now. I have previously posted that I work with a model of multiple timelines and multiple outcomes from this one shared reality. Pollock’s estimate of the year 2025 for war would be on a different, longer timeline than the one I am on, so I do not personally expect to see things play out according to his analysis, but it’s a brilliant and perceptive analysis all the same.

    Kudos to you Greg, for having such a great guest on your show! However, if you do have him back on again, please keep your questions short and to the point and let him talk without interrupting him so often and at such length. You are “on stage” in your WNWs, and I totally enjoy your presentation style in that context. However, occasionally you DO get in the way of your guests and Pollock has so much to offer that I found it particularly irritating when you didn’t let him speak.

    • Greg Hunter

      How many times are you going top tell me this “found it particularly irritating when you didn’t let him speak.” The interview was 36 minutes long and it’s FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

      • Rambos Monster

        I think you do well and provide a significant service that overwhelms the losers that need to find a silly fault by some that wish they had your micorophone. So sad. But what up with your constant left gaze when trying to make a point? 🙂

        • Greg Hunter

          Thanks for your comment but I don’t understand the “left gaze” reference.

  52. Grafique

    Just my usual plug for an interview with Tom Horn.
    Thanks, Greg.

  53. nm

    where is the proof that he predicted all of the other things listed above?

    • Grafique

      Where is the proof that your initials are “nm”?

  54. Brian Stemmerman

    Hi Greg,
    Just got back from the bank. I withdrew cash and noticed that the date on the 100 dollar bill is always dated 2009. I have never seen any newer. Tells me that all money printing is digital. Anyone else notice this?

    • Brian Stemmerman


      I think this is a big topic. How come no one spoke about this. I’ve been reading this site for years. The reason there is no inflation, New dollars are not being printed. I checked out other sites also. The US dollar is king. The 1% would have it no other way. The U.S. dallor is going to raise. Oil prices are going to fall. If the one percent owned gold or silver I would have to change my strategy. We know the golden silver is in the East.

      • Brian Stemmerman

        Greece will fail and the U.S. dollar will raise.. What do you want to be holding?

        • JC DaviS

          Brian. Good read thanks. This clears a lot of thoughts in my mind.
          Quote: We have confidence in our process and employees,” a BEP representative told the New York Daily News, reemphasizing that the agency does not plan to delay the release date a third time.
          What if they fail again? JC

  55. frank

    A late comment from Europe:
    On the upside – a great interview with a really bright guy, not tainted and distracted by MSM crap and pseudo-info fastfood.
    On the downside – when he started to talk about interesting and strategic issues and predictions, Greg interrupted him with more ‘trivial’ matter like Gold & Silver. (Sorry, my impression and opinion. I would like to see such guest speaking more freely. Wouldn’t it suffice to have the Gold market experts here giving recommendations for Gold/Silver investments ?)

    • Greg Hunter


      You are not getting it. We are talking about financial and physical survival here. All physical assets fall into this sort of conversation. By the way I do NOT sell gold or silver. I don’t care where you get it. So I totally disagree with your critique, but I will post your comment anyway.


      • frank

        > So I totally disagree with your critique …
        I did not criticise you for asking him about gold and silver – rather because you interrupted him several times. Had it not been possible to ask him this questions later ?

        > You are not getting it.
        I guess you got a wrong impression. I have invested several thousands in gold&silver, too. However, I want to make one thing clear. Gold and silver do not much to help you through a time of transition (say, upheaval and chaos). I can tell you from experiences of close relatives. Shortly after WWII, dozens of city dwellers came to the villages, trading their family treasures for food. Are you prepared to give one ounce of gold for a loaf of bread, or a bag of patatoes ? As the saying goes, you cannot eat gold. Since the current generations simply cannot fathom what is awaiting them, it is difficult to give proper advice. But wealth preservation (e.g. gold and silver) must be completed BEFORE the transition, and this ‘wealth’ will again be useful AFTER the transition. Prepping for the transition is essential, otherwise you just create another hoard for later treasure hunters. Having food and water initially, being able to provide it later on, and avoid being on the wrong place at the wrong time will be more important than – that means, psychological and mental assets are becoming much more important after the first months passed.

        • Greg Hunter

          “Good men can disagree.” We will have to disagree. Thank you for your support and comments.

  56. don

    The interview was interesting but I have a comment about Mr Pollock’s past predictions. If he’s as good as he says why isn’t he on Forbes list of the most wealthy people in the world? He had huge opportunities to short the real estate market, buy huge amounts of precious metals, etc. and make large amounts of money. Instead it appears he’s living in a small house with ‘water stains on his drywall’.’ Just saying.

  57. Tom Cunningham

    Hi Greg,

    A great interview with a great guest. Mr. Pollock call it the way he sees it with his analysis and without an ax to grind.
    I completely agree with his comment about Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner. What Mr./Ms. Jenner does with his/her life is his business. How the MSM media is turning it into “news” is simply a distraction to keep people with short attention spans distracted from what is really going on. Case and point, the was a commercial on for the O’Reilly Factor where there was going to be a story on about Caitlyn Jenner. My 11 year old daughter asked me to record it for her. She told me that everyone at school is talking about this “news” all the time. I told her instead of worrying about that, she needs to worry about her math and science finals that are coming up this week. That is what is important for her to be concentrating on right now.
    Keep up the great work.

    • Gert

      Cunn, To bad the youngstars, “youngsters in my day”, aren’t interested in the good news and what there world will be like in a few short months away, where even Mr./Ms. Jenner wont be able to save/rescue. You just might be able to get their attention then!

      —————————————-New Living Translation
      Satan, who is the god of this world, has blinded the minds of those who don’t believe. They are unable to see the glorious light of the Good News. They don’t understand this message about the glory of Christ, who is the exact likeness of God.
      ◄ 2 Corinthians 4:4 ► http://biblehub.com/2_corinthians/4-4.htm

  58. Wayne

    Great interview and thanks for having a “pair” (i.e. Get a grip…. Stop the PC crap and wake up). This would never to be heard from the MSM – you provide a great service.

  59. Don

    Greg, I’m late again, but did enjoy. Mr. Pollock seems to have a good grasp of whats going on. At least once every week you bring a guest of insight, and are consistent with question on things that matter. There will always be some who think it could have been done better, but, to do what you do, is rare, so keep on keepin on. At least you don’t seek political correctness, but the truth.

    • Mike from the North

      Greg is only human.
      He has fought a long and difficult fight to get to this point.
      The nature of what he provides here is extremely taxing and we need to realize that as time passes it is understandable that he might not time all of his questions perfectly.
      As he listens to his guest he must think of how he continues to move the interview forward and that can be difficult.
      I understand and appreciate the comments and or suggestions made to Greg but I also think we need to remind ourselves of the personal price he pays for doing what he does.

      Thank you Greg and please know that any comments made of your interviews by us are made without malice but of the need to understand as much as possible of what your guests state.

  60. joseph

    Interesting about the Cuban Missile Crisis. He is right on about what happened. General Curtis “Bombs Away” Lemay was ready and itching to bomb Cuba. If it weren’t for the steadfast JFK at the wheel, we may very well have had WWIII. I was watching as a junior high student with great fear. It was a very tense time in US history. The tapes of these meetings are public now.

  61. Elderlearner

    Greg: Good interview with Mr. Pollack gives plenty of food for thought. Do you or anyone recall an article written in Readers Digest many years ago and I think – but I could be wrong – by Paul Harvey about how China was a beautiful country, everything was going great until the British brought in opium to take control of the country either late 1800’s or early 1900’s? The greedy wanted to control the population and extort cheap labor and natural resources from China under drug control. They may remember that as well. Interesting part of history that I believe is true and nobody mentions this. It’s a big chess game. Keep up the excellent guests Greg.

  62. Coalburner

    On a serious note, Years ago I was told by people from Africa that every person dying from AIDS in Namibia was beng replaced with a couple of Chinese. The Chinese are investing in Africa very big and in a sustained long term way. That is far more a land prise than Russian cold. Russia is selling them gas from western Siberia anyway. China understands what we once did that a strong economy is the number one thing to creat power and world power. Our government is being run by forth rate minds. As soon as Obama got into office the intelectuals started running from his administration and the second term he could barely fill the positions. Competing with China and Russia who know how to value expericnce and a lifetime of learning and as Pollack says the US with no leadership at all, we are just hoping to survive until next time. I woish we could find a leader.

  63. James Hastings

    Good. Don’t need to beat me with a stupid stick. See it coming. Can’t wait. Don’t like this society thats forced on me. Served 10 years….I don’t need to leave. We just need to run off the trash….. I feel better for now…:)

  64. John

    First, 80,000.00 to 85,000.00, what the hey?? If you folks have that kind of money laying around I’m listening to the wrong blog!

    Second, everyone (guests) is entitled to his or her opinion. Some seem to have a better grasp of things than others, however, they each offer their own unique outlook or forecast on the current turmoil and the pending disaster to come. I like to listen to them all and for that I am very thankful to Mr. Hunter and his USAWatchdog site,

    Third, an interview would not be an interview without someone directing the questions. Otherwise you just get a discourse of facts or opinion without direction and in most cases without any coherent outcome. It is not an easy thing to interrupt someone, especially someone that is a guest on your own show! However, a talented news person will do it politely and respectfully when needed……you try doing this with the medium Mr. Hunter is using…it is extremely difficult and I believe he deserves better than the individuals complaining about his interruptions. If you can do better, start your own news site and get your own viewership….we will see how well that goes……For pete sakes, it is free folks…be thankful!!!!


  65. David H

    Please don’t change a thing. I believe your style brings out the best in your guests. Keep up the good work and know that you are appreciated!

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you David.

  66. Snorky

    Our society has embarked on a course of action that can only lead to its complete destruction. It is now too late to prevent the impending catastrophe. It is time to hunker down and get your affairs in order …

    “… there will be a great forsaking in the midst of the land.” – Isaiah

  67. Michael

    I believe one would have to have their head buried in the sand to not know that our leaders are not who we think they are. What is missing to understand this is the acceptance of the simple fact that 911 was a highly successful coup that both rendered our political process and rule of law irrelevant. We are now a nation of puppets who have no idea there was a coup, much less those behind it pulling the strings. Like any criminal act it is necessary to know who benefits from the act to understand who are the perpetrators and who orchestrated the coup. That isn’t difficult as it is painfully obvious that the Fed, the EU Central Bank and the Too Big to Fail banks have acted in concert and systematically looted both the United States and Europe almost the the point of Third World status. These aren’t your neighborhood local banks but the Rothschild banks who have looted trillions upon trillions following 911 while puppet governments do nothing and in most cases do all they can to facilitate the looting. That alone exposes who our leadership really is and Warren is either hiding the fact from us or from himself.

    It is very misleading to predict that China has now adopted a policy of expansion much less that Russia is the object of that policy. In it’s entire history China has never been expansionist and neither has Russia. Russia only acquired territory following WWII as a buffer against the very real threat of a US invasion urged by Generals Patton and Curtis LeMay.. When the Cold War ended it gave them up for a promise that NATO would not expand into the territory they gave up. We promptly broke that promise and are currently militarizing all of it. On the other hand China only wants to keep the South China Sea open to traffic in order to keep open the sea rout of it’s vital oil imports. The South China Sea is called what it is because it has always belonged to China. It was never a US Navy lake. Warren should know that too.

    • sk

      Michael! Warm…..warm…..warmer…….much warmer……..hot! Congrats. Bullseye.

  68. Red

    “manifest destiny” here in OZ we feel what Warren is
    talking about. Ordinary Chinese people are beautiful
    but the political class another story. When US military
    presence here in OZ isn’t around because of problems
    at home I think Australia could be on its own and it is a worry.
    Not that they have to invade they already own half
    of the place. Warren is pretty spot on I think.

    Your professional journalistic approach is great Greg
    my sister is a journalist so i’m not just blowing wind.

    • Greg Hunter

      Thank you Red!

  69. Ratko M.

    Explosions rock Michigan neighborhood as US Army urban military training exercise begins June 3, 2015 5:43 am EDT


    ——————————Flint Under Attack-Where’s Roger Moore


  70. pete

    Greg brilliant stuff as always : have a read of this would be interesting to get this guy as well “the big picture” all the rest is either selling or subversion…
    many thanks too all “be and keep safe”

  71. Reichstag

    Warren seems knowledgeable and its a good interview. The only issue I have disagreement about is this manifest destiny for China. Warren does not seem to understand the Chinese mentality at all. For nearly all of recorded history China never stepped out of its bounds in east asia. It built the great wall in the north to retard the nomadic invaders NOT to conquer them. Even Manchuria and Vietnam only became part of the nation because the nomadic Manchurians had conquered China and established the last Dynasty which was not ruled by Chinese and went on to expand their empire. The Russian map in his presentation denoted the route Marco Polo took in the 13th century and the size of the Mongol Empire NOT the Chinese empire. At this time the Mongolians were in the process of taking half to all of Chinaa and much of Asia. That map was not manifest destiny of China.. it is of Mongolia! Even Polo himself said of the Chinese that if they were not peaceful peoples they could conquer the world. The fact of the matter is, the Chinese have always kept to themselves in East Asia.. making some trading maritime excursions to India, Arabia, and Africa.. to trade never to conquer. What he presented makes very little sense to me as far as Manifest Destiny of China.. ask any Chinese and they will laugh at the proposition.. they barely can control the Uighur regions in the west why would they even think of expanding beyond.

    • josh

      exactly, i left a lengthy comment below before is saw this one.

    • Hans Zandvliet

      Agree, and with Josh

  72. Galaxy 500

    “Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyzes the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step, and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the 
    strong arms of science, the science against which it (Islam) has vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.”


  73. Galaxy 500

    Here is what Islam has in store for us.
    The First Phase Known as “the awakening” — this has already been carried out and was supposed to have lasted from 2000 to 2003, or more precisely from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington to the fall of Baghdad in 2003. ..

    The Second Phase “Opening Eyes” is, according to Hussein’s definition, the period we are now in and should lastuntil 2006. Hussein says the terrorists hope to make the western conspiracy aware of the “Islamic community.” Hussein believes this is a phase in which al-Qaida wants an organization to develop into a movement. The network is banking on recruiting young men during this period.

    The Third Phase This is described as “Arising and Standing Up” and should last from 2007 to 2010. “There will be a focus on Syria,” prophesies Hussein, based on what his sources told him.

    The Fourth Phase Between 2010 and 2013, Hussein writes that al-Qaida will aim to bring about the collapse of the hated Arabic governments…. 

    The Fifth Phase This will be the point at which an Islamic state, or caliphate, can be declared. The plan is that by this time, between 2013 and 2016,…

    The Sixth Phase Hussein believes that from 2016 onwards there will a period of “total confrontation.” As soon as the caliphate has been declared the “Islamic army” it will instigate the “fight between the believers and the non-believers” which has so often been predicted by Osama bin Laden.

    The Seventh Phase This final stage is described as “definitive victory.”Hussein writes that in the terrorists’ eyes, because the rest of the world will be so beaten down by the “one-and-a-half billion Muslims,” the caliphate will undoubtedly succeed. This phase should be completed by 2020, although the war shouldn’t last longer than two years.

    P.S.: why is it that Obama’s carrying Al Qaeda plans? (Phases 3-5)

    • sk

      I don’t think Islam is ‘out to get us’ at all. There is horrific propaganda to set Christians against Muslims, and this is an example of it. Cui bono, folks?

      • Galaxy 500

        Really? Did you miss the stated goal of islam? Which it’s to convert our kill us?

  74. Ricardo Picardo

    Mr. Pollock believes the US and Russia will team up against China. That’s an interesting call because most current evidence points to the exact opposite. For instance, the US sponsored sanctions on Russia, a long term Gazprom (Russian gas) deal with China, direct purchase of Russian gas with renminbi/rouble (not in US dollars), and other joint ventures with China (BRICS development bank), etc. He’s looking at things in a longterm perspective I guess? I’m just a little skeptical.

  75. Coalburner

    G500; Bases Loaded Home Run on the Churchill quote. He should have added, “but give them enough time to overpopulate and disarm the EU and they will then hack them to death with Machetes.” But he never thought Europeans could be so stupid!

    • Galaxy 500

      Thanks Coalburner. It amazes me how the liberals think these people can be reasoned with. You can’t reason with zealots.

  76. josh

    warren pollock has an impressive record and i enjoy his independent thinking but his ideas of a growing chinese empire are ridiculous. internally, they can be brutal to minorities as seen in tibet but externally they have no history of conquest. they’ve had ample resources to conquer korea for centuries but never attempted it. what the western media characterizes as chinese aggression is what the chinese consider returning to their rightful position in the world that they enjoyed before western and japanese colonialism. they are just tired of being pushed around and i don’t blame them.

    • Hans Zandvliet


  77. davidh

    Very interesting insights on China and its version of Manifest Destiny. Note that movies and culture in China seems to be preparing the country to fight a war. (I would love to have someone post a reference to this.)

    However, I disagree on his main thesis: we will have a political crisis because no one is in charge. I believe the “Deep State” is in charge and the majority opinion of the intelligensia that now make up the “Deep State” are neocons like “Victoria Nuland” who seems to be in charge of the Ukraine policy. Secretary of State Kerry is being contradicted by Nuland and its pretty sure she will be in the background once Kerry and the rest of the Obama regime are gone.

  78. Timco

    Future prospects are grim. It’s time to get right with God, for without Him, there is no salvation.

  79. Hans Zandvliet

    VERY insightfull! Thank you very much Warren (and Greg, for interviewing Warren!).
    I’m only wondering how to synthesize this with notions of infinite growth on a finite planet is not possible, so China would run into this wall just the same.
    A suggestion: I think it would be very interesting to listen to a discussion between Warren and Chris Martenson (Peak Prosperity).

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