These two men are well known for their out spoken position on the mistakes global leaders are making, that may well crash the financial system. They believe that centralized banking is what is causing the problems in our global economies.
David Stockman will take you back to before world war 1 and explain what has happened and how history could have been very different if a few people made a few different decisions. We would have been living in a very prosperous world for ALL people and not just a select few.
David Stockman Talks Historical Dominoes
He is a former Congressman from Michigan, former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan, and former partner at The Blackstone Group. Stockman is the author of The Triumph of Politics: Why the Reagan Revolution Failed (1986) and 2013’s The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America. On the show today we discussed how some of his work traces “historical dominoes.” It was fascinating to learn how certain events in history led to others and so on, until we wind up with thus and so… For example: how did the creation of the Fed in 1913 lead to the 2008 crisis? What was the chain of events?
You will find the direct link to the audio interview here http://politicalbadger.com David’s web site is http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/
Gerald Celente Talks Global Collapse
Gerald Celente is an American trend forecaster, publisher of the Trends Journal, business consultant and author who makes predictions about the global financial markets and other events of historical importance.
Gerald can get a little excited in his interviews and this one is no exception – but don’t let that detract – the interviewer gets him back on track and he has some profound things to share including this desire to stay in USA and fight for the freedom of the country through a new initiative called http://occupypeace.us/ It seems like a new Revolution is beginning!
You will find the audio interview here http://politicalbadger.com or on political badgers iTunes podcast. Geralds web site is: http://trendsresearch.com/