‘Never Been Wrong’ Robertson: “Utter global collapse”

17. November 2008 · 07:35

Billionaire ‘Never Been Wrong’ Robertson predicted Global economic collapse

Some years ago Julian Robertson aka ” ‘Never Been Wrong’ Robertson” predicted global economic collaps. by AL MARTIN Insana then asks, “Where does it end?” And he said, “Utter global collapse.” Not simply economic collapse; complete disintegration of all infrastructure … Weiterlesen →

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4. Oktober 2008 · 09:24

‘Never Been Wrong’ Robertson: “Utter global collapse”

Julian Robertson investor, nicknamed ‘Never Been Wrong’ (Source) gave 2005 an interview:

“He has predicted every economic cycle, every debacle, every bull market, and every bear market.”

“Where does it end?” Robertson was asked and he said, “Utter global collapse.” Not simply economic collapse; complete disintegration of all infrastructure and of all public structures of governments. Utter, utter collapse. That the end is collapse of simply epic proportion.
In 10 years time, he said, whoever is still alive on the planet will be effectively starting again.”

Julian Robertson went on to say “Food production will fall. Any further effort to control environmental destruction will be abandoned. Inflation will run into the double and eventually triple digits. People will be carrying around U.S. dollars in wheelbarrows like Germany.”
Robertson said there would be “total collapse of public infrastructure. Total collapse of medical care systems. All public pension plans, Social Security will collapse. All corporate pension plans will collapse.”

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Swiss army preparing for European meltdown (Schweizer Armee bereitet sich auf Zusammenbruch von EU vor)

RT:

Switzerland arming in preparation for European meltdown?

Die Schweizer Armee übt Notstandspläne für gewalttätige Unruhen in Europa. Eine Nation, die hauptsächlich berühmt ist für ihre Banken, Uhren und Schokolade fürchtet sie werde in baldiger Zukunft einem massiven Zustrom europäischer Flüchtlinge ausgesetzt sein. (Aber Kanaken nimmt sie auf.)

The Swiss Army is preparing contingency plans for violent unrest across Europe. A nation mostly famous for its banks, watches and chocolate fears it may face a massive influx of European refugees in the near future.

Eine der reichsten Nationen der Welt drückte offen ihre Besorgnis über den möglichen Ausgang der andauernden finanziellen Zerrüttungen Europas aus und führt gerade Armee-Übungen gegen die Möglichkeit von Aufständen entlang seiner Grenzen durch.

One of the world’s richest nations openly expressed concerns over the possible outcome of Europe’s continuing financial troubles, and is currently conducting army exercises against the possibility of riots along its borders.

„Ich will nicht ausschließen, daß wir in den kommenden Jahren die Armee nötig haben werden,“ sagte der Schweizer Verteidigungsminister Ueli Maurer letzten Sonntag.

I will not rule out that we will need the army in the coming years,” Swiss Defense Minister Ueli Maurer said last Sunday.

Hades, winner of the Nobel Peaceprice 2013.

Lance Armstrong dreht am Rad: Endlich ist es raus: Sport ist Betrug

Verliert seine sieben „Siege“ der Tour de France

Daß Lance Armstrongs „Siege“ nicht mit rechten Dingen zugingen war offensichtlich, man brauchte nur französische Zeitungen zu studieren. Der Betrüger Armstrong verklagte jeden Journalisten der die Wahrheit schrieb. Jetzt ist die Wahrheit ans Tageslicht gekommen. Armstrong ist ein mieser schäbiger kleiner Doper.

Telegraph:

Lance Armstrong to be stripped of seven Tour de France titles and banned for life

Cyclist Lance Armstrong will be stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles and banned from the sport for life, the US Anti-Doping Agency said.

Floyd Landis, Armstrong’s former team-mate who was stripped of the 2006 Tour de France title because of doping, sent cycling authorities emails in 2010 accusing Armstrong and U.S. Postal team officials of breaking doping rules.

Tyler Hamilton, another team-mate, alleged Armstrong used a blood-boosting drug while winning his first Tour de France title in 1999.

FAZ:

Doping-Vorwürfe
Lance Armstrong vor Verlust seiner Tour-Titel

Le Figaro:

Lance Armstrong dépossédé
de ses titres

Iran erwägt Nadelöhr Hormuz dichtzumachen – USA: „Erlauben wir nicht“

Yahoo:

Iran warns of closing strategic Hormuz oil route

Reuters:

U.S. Fifth Fleet says won’t allow Hormuz disruption

Die fünfte Flotte der USA scheint keine Seekarte des Gebietes von Hormuz zu haben. Ein Blick auf die Seekarte verrät: Sie kann dort eine Blockade beispielsweise mittels eines versenkten Öltankers nicht verhindern.

Al Jazeera:

Iran to ‚block‘ Gulf oil if sanctions proceed
Vice-president threatens to cut off shipments at Strait of Hormuz if West sanctions Iran’s vital oil exports.

No oil will be allowed to pass through the Strait of Hormuz if the West applies sanctions on Iran’s oil exports, Iranian Vice-President Mohammad Reza Rahimi has warned.

The threat was reported on Tuesday by the state news agency IRNA as Iran conducted its fourth day of naval drills near the Strait of Hormuz, at the entrance to the oil-rich Gulf.

„If sanctions are adopted against Iranian oil, not a drop of oil will pass through the Strait of Hormuz,“ Rahimi was quoted as saying.

„We have no desire for hostilities or violence … but the West doesn’t want to go back on its plan“ to impose sanctions, he said. „The enemies will only drop their plots when we put them back in their place.“

The threat underlined Iran’s readiness to target the narrow stretch of water along its Gulf coast if it is attacked or economically strangled by Western sanctions.

Saudi-Arabien warnt USA: „Staat Palästina anerkennen oder wir kündigen euch die Freundschaft“

Warum schweigen „unsere“ Medien darüber?

Was passiert wenn Saudi-Arabien sein Geld abzieht aus den USA? Der frühere Chef des Geheimdienstes von Saudi-Arabien schreibt in der New York Times. Dort warnt er die USA davor das Streben nach Anerkennung eines Staates der Palästinenser nicht zu unterstützen. Er schreibt dann sei Schluß mit der Freundschaft. Saudie-Arabien werde „dann nicht mehr so kooperieren mit den USA, wie es in der Geschichte geschah“.

New York Times:

Veto a State, Lose an Ally

The United States must support the Palestinian bid for statehood at the United Nations this month or risk losing the little credibility it has in the Arab world. If it does not, American influence will decline further, Israeli security will be undermined and Iran will be empowered, increasing the chances of another war in the region.

Moreover, Saudi Arabia would no longer be able to cooperate with America in the same way it historically has. With most of the Arab world in upheaval, the “special relationship” between Saudi Arabia and the United States would increasingly be seen as toxic by the vast majority of Arabs and Muslims, who demand justice for the Palestinian people.

Saudi leaders would be forced by domestic and regional pressures to adopt a far more independent and assertive foreign policy. Like our recent military support for Bahrain’s monarchy, which America opposed, Saudi Arabia would pursue other policies at odds with those of the United States, including opposing the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Iraq and refusing to open an embassy there despite American pressure to do so. The Saudi government might part ways with Washington in Afghanistan and Yemen as well.

The Palestinian people deserve statehood and all that it entails: official recognition, endorsement by international organizations, the ability to deal with Israel on more equal footing and the opportunity to live in peace and security.

American support for Palestinian statehood is therefore crucial, and a veto will have profound negative consequences. In addition to causing substantial damage to American-Saudi relations and provoking uproar among Muslims worldwide, the United States would further undermine its relations with the Muslim world, empower Iran and threaten regional stability. Let us hope that the United States chooses the path of justice and peace.

Prince Turki al-Faisal, a former director of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence services and a former Saudi ambassador to the United States, is chairman of the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies.

Al Jazeera:

Palestinian statehood and US-Saudi relations

Former Saudi intelligence chief says Washington will jeopardise relations with Riyadh if it vetoes statehood bid

USA dabei es uns zu besorgen

Welt:

Im US-Schuldenkrimi droht ein bitteres Ende

Saarbrücker Zeitung:

IWH-Chef Ulrich Blum erläutert die Folgen einer möglichen Staatspleite der USA

Wenn das weg bricht, haben wir einen internationalen Notstand.

Welche konkreten Auswirkungen hätte eine US-Staatspleite auf Deutschland?
Blum: Wir hätten eine Wirtschaftskrise ersten Ranges.

Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman – Time To Say Goodbye