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Obamageddon Forecasted for 2012

By Robert Dougherty

Obamageddon has been predicted in one way or another by conservatives, before they could coin 'Obamageddon' as a phrase. Now Obamageddon has officially been coined by a trend researcher predicting total doom.

Obamageddon will be the phrase used when America completely collapses in 2012, according to Trends Research Institute director Gerald Celente. Either it will be Obamageddon, or the Greatest Depression - but in any case, the end times are coming.

According to Gerald Celente, his trends indicate that "Empire America" is due to have its social, economic and political systems destroyed soon. Most importantly, Celente claims it is the specific policies of the Obama administration that are accelerating the demise.

Celente doesn't give out specific instances and stats as to how Obama is doing this, but calls the predictions for a 2010 economic recovery "pure delusion." In fact, we only have three years left until complete Obamageddon.

2012 is already regarded as a doomsday year enough as it is. The Mayan calender predicts 2012 as the end of life as we know it, while disaster movie director Roland Emmerich already has a CGI-driven film set to come out this fall about the predictions. But in 2012, the end of America will come from Obamageddon and internal collapse, not natural disasters and CGI, according to the Trends Research Institute.

While America will call its end "Obamaggedon" the rest of the world will call it "The Greatest Depression." Apparently the rest of the world will take their cues from Stephen Colbert's recurring question of calling something great, or the greatest.

Gerald Celente is credited with foreseeing a few things in his career as a trends analyst. Celente has reportedly been right in some way about the 1987 financial crash and the recent housing bubble burst. But his predictions of Obamaggedon are certain to be taken seriously by just half of the country.

There is already enough hysteria over how Obama's economic policies will bring about the end of the economy, and the end of capitalism. The recent cap-and-trade energy bill alone has brought about the now-traditional warnings of socialism.

These warnings, predictions - and lunacy, according to the left - are likely to go on as long as Obama is President. By the time his first term ends in 2012, there should be a more accurate way to tell which side is right. If Obamageddon hasn't quite happened yet by 2012, and people are still living in homes, then that may be a clue.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1...d_for_2012.html


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Ok, cool, well, i'm ready...

Anyway, if Obama is the doom of all mankind...

and Hilary runs in 2012, what does that make her?


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I believe him..somehow.


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

It gets harder the more you know. Because the more you find out, the uglier everything seems.

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Hilary runs in 2012, what does that make her?

Dead. The world will end in 2012.


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

It gets harder the more you know. Because the more you find out, the uglier everything seems.

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loooooooooool .


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

It gets harder the more you know. Because the more you find out, the uglier everything seems.

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he's been doing this same schtick for some time - I first became aware of it about 6 months ago on Canadian television. "obamageddon" is just a cute catch phrase they made up at Fox News but he was saaying the same thing when Bush was still president


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Great just like the Y2K hype for 2000 we're getting those jumping on the 2012 end of the world band wagon. This doesn't help anybody. :rollseyes: Why are people so fascinated with the end of the world scenario and making it a reality? I don't buy any of this. The only thing that is constant is change and we have a choice to be creative and change the old structures for the positive. It's not the end of the world it's just different and life goes on.


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Gerald Celente, Futurist Fraud

Since Infowars could not be bothered to perform even the most rudimentary act of journalism, the time has come to see if Celente’s record truly cuts the mustard.

  • In May 1993, in a story about fiftysomethings losing their jobs written for the Orange County Register, Celente was quoted. He was advising IBM at the time during a period of downsizing. What was Celente’s golden advice? He informed displaced executives to “go for some kind of counseling.” Asked to comment on this situation, Celente offered the same doom and gloom boilerplate that he’s telling us today: “The Industrial Age is ending. All the systems are breaking down and that means disappointment and disillusionment for the people who grew up in the ’50’s.” He elaborated, “These people believed in the Ozzie and Harriet way of life. That concept is dead. So is the concept of retiring at 65.” These were hardly prescient or specific thoughts, but they were certainly dramatic enough to make it into an Orange County newspaper.
  • Why not get topical? Let’s take Celente on a more specialized subject like restaurants. In 1993, Celente predicted “growing demands for take-out food, high- and low-end restaurants, and restaurants that offer live entertainment. Middle-range restaurants with mainstream fare will suffer.” Aside from the fact that Celente’s prediction accounts for about 90% of restaurants, doesn’t the fact that human beings need to eat remain a comfy ledge to launch a prediction?
  • In 1998, Celente told Money Magazine that, as the population grows older, “Americans will be spending more time at home than ever before both for pleasure and business.” Imagine that. You grow old, retire, and then you suddenly have more time. How the hell did Celente know?
  • In the September 21, 2000 edition of Newsweek, the great futurist weighed in on mindless chores. Why are they called mindless? “Your mind can’t be going all the time.” And when any problem becomes bigger, it becomes bigger than burnout. “It’s road rage, it’s air rage, it’s Columbine, it’s stress — and people don’t get it.” I’m wondering if it’s also the kind of impulse that will cause you to make impetuous predictions about the United States’s future.
  • Asked by CBS News in May 2005 to comment upon where Dillard’s planned to go, Celente had this to say: “There is nothing Dillard’s has that you can’t find in 1,000 other places. America is vastly overstored.” Take out “Dillard’s” and sub it in with another department store chain name, and you begin to see what little Celente’s remarks say.
  • But if we’re in for a future of doom and gloom, Celente has been sending us some mixed messages. He told the Associated Press in May 2005, “The bottom of the luxury market is not going to fall out.”
  • Talking with the Associated Press in September 2005, Celente suggested that Wal-Mart could deflect its negative image with its philanthropy. That’s hardly a stunning insight. Any positive action has the probability of causing a company to look good. This is rudimentary probability. But what profound thoughts did our great seer tell the AP? “We try to refrain from making value judgments — what the motive is. But the fact is that [Wal-Mart was] there with trailer trucks being turned away. Amazing, isn’t it?” Amazing indeed. Presumably, the AP reporter who talked with Celente did so because the reporter needed somebody to describe the situation as “amazing” or “magnificent.” Some casual modifier that might be confused for profound thought.
  • Celente was asked to weigh in on Internet trends by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Patricia Yollin in December 2006. “People are more electronically connected and less humanly connected,” opined our great psychic. And if that general piece of advice wasn’t enough, Celente also took the time to badmouth public displays of affection, pointing out how unacceptable it was to put PDA in “techno jargon.” Perhaps Celente confused PDA with another type of PDA, but what he didn’t seem to tell the reporter was that acronyms have existed long before the Internet.
Here you have a history of a man who not only makes his living spouting this generalist nonsense at corporations, but who is listened to by the media. If we weren’t all scared shitless, this wingnut would be chased out of boardrooms and newsrooms with pitchforks.

http://www.edrants.com/gerald-celente-futurist-fraud/

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Gerald Celente, Futurist Fraud

.......

Modern day charlatan. And people eat it up like ice cream on a hot day...

Fox News doesn't set the bar very high for the kind of experts they bring on their shows.

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Here you have a history of a man who not only makes his living spouting this generalist nonsense at corporations, but who is listened to by the media. If we weren’t all scared shitless, this wingnut would be chased out of boardrooms and newsrooms with pitchforks.

Almost as silly as Gore predicting more hurricanes and winning a Nobel prize.


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Here you have a history of a man who not only makes his living spouting this generalist nonsense at corporations, but who is listened to by the media. If we weren’t all scared shitless, this wingnut would be chased out of boardrooms and newsrooms with pitchforks.

Almost as silly as Gore predicting more hurricanes and winning a Nobel prize.

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