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Global Anti-Gov't Protests: What's Next?

KINGSTON, NY, 24 February 2011 — It is a matter of record! The spate of seething, youth-inspired Middle East uprisings that are toppling governments, reshaping the …

18 February 2011 Dear Subscriber, The essence of tracking trends is knowing where we are and how we got there. Only then is it possible to forecast where we’re going. As difficult as it is to get a clear read on the present – …
Egypt Welcomes the New Boss – Same as the Old Boss KINGSTON, NY, 14 February 2011 — The Egyptian people in Liberation Square celebrated, the world leaders weighed in, and the global media parroted the tale of “history in the …
The Official Unemployment Rate; an "Official" Lie KINGSTON, NY, 7 February 2011 — Do you believe Friday’s government report that the unemployment (U.3) rate fell last month from 9.4 percent to 9.0 percent?  How could the rate decrease …
Revolutionary Fervor to Spread Beyond  Arab States; Europe Next KINGSTON, NY, 1 February 2011 — When the Tunisian government toppled, the mass media and their stable of experts – who were blindsided by these events – quickly …
Wake-Up Call: Top 11 Trends of 2011 Dear Trends Journal Subscriber, In mid-January you will receive our “Top Trends 2011” – The Trends Research Institute’s compendium of the dominant trends for the year ahead. The following …
“Off With Their Heads 2.0” The Trend has Begun! KINGSTON NY, 14 December 2010 — We warned it would happen and it happened as we warned.  “Off with their heads! Off with their heads!” chanted the angry mob as they attacked the …
Celente Supports TSA “Groper” Procedure Proposes “Happy Ending” Policy Change KINGSTON, NY, 17 November 2010 — As opposition to full-body X-ray scanners mounts among aircraft crews and passengers, Gerald Celente, Trends Journal …
Does The Federal Reserve Know What It Is Doing? KINGSTON, NY, 5 November 2010 — In an effort to stimulate the economy, the Federal Reserve is attempting to drive exceedingly low interest rates yet lower by purchasing $600 billion …
War and Bankers First, Social Security Retirees Last KINGSTON, NY, 2010 October 16 — Policymakers agree that the US economy is driven by consumer spending.  Yet the same policymakers, when confronted with an economy that is not …
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