Economic experts predict a world war

20/11/2012

Kyle Bass, Larry Edelson, Charles Nenner, Jim Rogers and Marc Faber predicted scale war

Kyle Bass writes:

Trillions of dollars of debt will be restructured financially disciplined and millions of investors lost most of their purchasing power at the worst possible time in their lives. Of course the world will not end, but the social fabric stretched profligate countries, and in some cases it will be broken. Unfortunately, looking at economic history, too often the war is simply a manifestation of which has reached its logical conclusion economic entropy. We believe that war is an inevitable consequence of the current global economic situation.

Larry Edelson wrote a letter to members entitled, "What's the" cycle of war "talk about 2013," which states:
Since the 80s I have been studying the so-called "cycles of war" — the natural rhythms that predispose societies to slide into chaos, hatred and even civil or international wars.
I'm certainly not the first to study these peculiar patterns in the stories. There have been many before me, and the most famous among them is Raymond Wheeler, who published the most noteworthy chronicling wars, covering data for the period of 2600 years.

However, few people are ready now, even just to discuss the matter. And based on what I see, the impact in 2013 can be simply enormous.
A former Goldman Sachs analyst Charles Nenner, who made some big and accurate forecasts, says that "the major war will begin in late 2012, in 2013," and will lead to a drop in the Dow to five thousand items.

Why are these economic gurus predict a war?


On the one hand, many influential people mistakenly believe that war is good for the economy.
In addition, Jim Rogers says:

If everything will turn out trade war, it's the most important thing in 2011, "says Rogers. "Trade wars always lead to wars. No one wins in trade wars, except the generals who fought in the physical wars when they happen. This is very dangerous. "

Rogers also said that the continuation of the bailouts in Europe could eventually ignite a world war.
"Add the debts, the situation is even worse, and in the end everything just falls off. And then all start to look for scapegoats. Politicians blame foreigners, and here we are in the World, or anything else of World War II. "
And Marc Faber says that the U.S. government will start new wars in response to the economic crisis:

"The next thing the government will do to distract people's attention from the bad economic situation, it will start a war somewhere."

"If the world economy does not recover, usually people go to war."
Faber also believes that the United States, China and Russia may go to war because of Middle East oil.

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