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Gerald Celente: The Prestitutes are Out to Pillage All Accounts. Your money in The Banks is not SAFE. VIDEO.
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Gerald Celente (trends master futurist and outspoken public figure, Author of the trends Journal , Gerald Celente is a pioneer trend strategist and trends analyst. He is author of the national bestseller Trends 2000 and Trend Tracking and publisher of the worldwide circulated Trends Journal newsletter.) has been forecasting trends worldwide since 1980, delivering concise, deployable success strategies and publishing the Trends Journal.

MF bought out the contractor he had dealt with for 28 years without notifying anyone. He had no idea his account was actually held with MF. Most people have no idea that Wall Street has become a gigantic financial casino. The big Wall Street banks are making tens of billions of dollars a year in the derivatives market, and nobody in the financial community wants the party to end.

If you can't hold the gold in your hands, you don't own it. All you have is a contractual interest in "paper" gold. As we have seen, the rule of law is gone in the securities and commodities markets.

Just like your pensions, IRAs and 401Ks, they will all be stolen from you. Get your food now, they always use food shortages to control the people. If you are going to buy gold and silver, buy physical gold and silver.

Source: geraldcelente-blog.blogspot.com

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