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Even Donald Trump Is Warning That An Economic Collapse Is Coming

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In a shocking new interview, Donald Trump has gone farther than he ever has before in discussing a potential economic collapse in America.  Using phrases such as “you’re going to pay $25 for a loaf of bread pretty soon” and “we could end up being another Egypt”, Trump explained to Newsmax that he is incredibly concerned about the direction our economy is headed.  Whatever you may think of Donald Trump on a personal level, it is undeniable that he has been extremely successful in business.  As one of the most prominent businessmen in America, he is absolutely horrified about what is happening to this nation.  In fact, he is so disturbed about the direction that this country is heading that he is seriously considering running for president in 2012.  But whether he decides to run in 2012 or not, what Trump is now saying about the U.S. economy should be a huge wake up call for all of us.

Trump says that the U.S. government is broke, that all of our jobs are being shipped overseas, that other nations are heavily taking advantage of us and that the value of the U.S. dollar is being destroyed.  The following interview with Trump was originally posted on Newsmax and it is really worth watching….

Now, you may or may not think much of Donald Trump as a politician, but when a businessman of his caliber starts using apocalyptic language to describe where the U.S. economy is headed perhaps we should all pay attention.

The following are 12 key quotes that were pulled out of Trump’s new interview along with some facts and statistics that show that what Trump is saying is really happening.

#1 “If oil prices are allowed to inflate and keep inflating, if the dollar keeps going down in value, I think there’s a very distinct possibility that things could get worse.”

Donald Trump is exactly right – we are headed for big trouble if we continue to allow the Federal Reserve to pump hundreds of billions of new dollars into the system.  As I have written about previously, all of this new money will give us the illusion of short-term economic growth and it will pump up the stock market, but in the end all of the inflation the new money is gong to cause is going to be very painful.  Just look at how rapidly M1 has been skyrocketing over the last couple of years.  Is there any way that we are going to be able to avoid paying a very serious price for all of this reckless money printing?….

Already all of this money printing has had a very serious affect on world financial markets.  The price of agricultural commodities is skyrocketing and the price of oil has almost reached $100 a barrel once again.  The last time that the price of oil soared above $100 a barrel was in the early part of 2008, and we all remember the horrific financial collapse that followed in the fall of 2008.

#2 “….you’re going to pay $25 for a loaf of bread pretty soon. Look at what’s happening with our food prices. They’re going through the roof. We could end up being another Egypt. You could have riots in our streets also.”

The price of corn has risen 88 percent over the past year and the price of wheat has soared a whopping 114 percent over the past year.  Let’s hope that we don’t have to pay $25 for a loaf of bread in the United States any time soon, but in some areas of the world that is what it now feels like.

Approximately 3 billion people in the world today live on the equivalent of $2 a day or less, and most of that money ends up getting spent on food.  When food prices go up 10 or 20 percent in deeply impoverished areas of the globe, suddenly the lives of millions are threatened.  The riots that we have seen in Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and other nations recently were not entirely caused by rising food prices, but they were certainly a big factor.

#3 “I think gold will go up as long as people don’t have confidence in our president and our country. And they don’t have confidence in our president.”

Investors run to gold and other precious metals when they don’t feel secure.  We saw that happen a lot in 2010.  As confidence in the paper currencies and the financial systems of the world has rapidly diminished, precious metals have become increasingly attractive.

In fact, the price of gold has doubled since the beginning of the economic downturn in 2007.  As the global financial situation continues to become more unstable, the demand for precious metals is likely only going to become more intense.

#4 “The banks have really let us down. Number one, they did some bad things and caused some bad problems. Number two, if you have something that you want to buy, like a house, they’re generally not there for you.”

Banks were given massive bailouts with the understanding that they would open up the vaults and start lending money to average Americans again.

Well, that has not happened.

In particular, it has become much, much harder to get a mortgage in the United States today.  Not that the big banks didn’t need to make changes to their lending practices, but things have gotten so tight now that it is choking the real estate market to death.

#5 “I see $3.50 for a gallon of gas for cars, and cars are lined up trying to get it and it’s $3.50. It’s a shame, a ridiculous shame.”

Our lack of a cohesive energy policy is a national disgrace.  There is no way in the world that a gallon of gas should be $3.50 a gallon.

The U.S. has massive reserves of oil and natural gas that it should be using.  In addition, the lack of progress on developing alternative energy sources in light of our sickening dependence on foreign oil is very puzzling.  We should be very far along towards solving our energy problems by this point.

Meanwhile, we keep pouring billions into the pockets of foreign oil barons every single month.  Unfortunately, Trump was exactly correct in the interview – if something is not done the price of gas is going to keep going higher.

#6 “I think the biggest threat is that our jobs are being stolen by other countries. We’re not going to have any jobs here pretty soon.”

Donal Trump is one of the few prominent leaders that is openly speaking the truth about the predatory economic practices of some of our “trading partners”.  Most of our politicians have just kept endlessly promising us that free trade is “good for us” even as tens of thousands of factories and millions upon millions of jobs have been shipped overseas.

Back in 1970, 25 percent of all jobs in the United States were manufacturing jobs. Today, only 9 percent of the jobs in the United States are manufacturing jobs.

Yes, computers and robots have replaced a lot of manual labor today, but technology does not account for most of the decline we have seen in manufacturing.

n 1959, manufacturing represented 28 percent of all U.S. economic output.  In 2008, it represented only 11.5 percent.  Meanwhile, manufacturing in the “developing world” has absolutely exploded.

#7 “We’re like a whipping post for other countries. We are standing there and just being beaten by South Korea, by Mexico, by China, by India.”

Most Americans have absolutely no idea how lopsided many of our “trade agreements” actually are.  Other nations openly manipulate their currencies in order to keep their exports dirt cheap and we allow it.  Other nations openly subsidize their domestic industries that are directly competing with businesses in the United States and we don’t complain.  Other nations make it incredibly difficult for American companies to do business in their countries while we allow foreign corporations to come on in and do pretty much whatever they want here.

Then there are certain nations (such as China) that brazenly rip off trade secrets from foreign corporations time after time after time and never get penalized for it.

Meanwhile, our economy continues to bleed jobs at a staggering pace.  The number of net jobs gained by the U.S. economy during this past decade was smaller than during any other decade since World War 2.

Fortunately, more Americans than ever seem to be waking up and are realizing that globalism is causing many of these problems.  A NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conducted last year discovered that 69 percent of Americans now believe that free trade agreements have cost America jobs.

#8 “All of our jobs are going to China. We’re rebuilding China and other places.”

China is doing great.  China is now the number one producer in the world of wind and solar power.  They now possess the fastest supercomputer on the entire globe.  China also now has the world’s fastest train and the world’s biggest high-speed rail network.

Most Americans don’t realize that China is literally kicking the crap out of us.

Back in 1998, the United States had 25 percent of the world’s high-tech export market and China had just 10 percent. Ten years later, the United States had less than 15 percent and China’s share had soared to 20 percent.

Every single month we buy about 4 times as much stuff from them as they buy from us.  Our trade deficit with China has ballooned to enormous proportions.  In fact, the U.S. trade deficit with China during this past August was more than 4,600 times larger than the U.S. trade deficit with China was for the entire year of 1985.

So when Donald Trump says that we are rebuilding China he is not joking around.

Nobel economist Robert W. Fogel of the University of Chicago is projecting that the Chinese economy will be three times larger than the U.S. economy by the year 2040 if current trends continue.

Yes, that is how serious things have become.

#9 “We are a laughingstock throughout the world.”

Donald Trump has said on several occasions that his friends and business partners in China just laugh and laugh at us.  They can’t even believe what they are getting away with.

We have become an incompetent giant that is the butt of all the jokes.

According to Stanford University economics professor Ed Lazear, if the U.S. economy and the Chinese economy continue to grow at current rates, the average Chinese citizen will be wealthier than the average American citizen in just 30 years.

Our formerly great industrial cities are slowly becoming ghost towns.  The number of long-term unemployed Americans is at an all-time high.  Tens of millions of Americans can’t even survive without government assistance anymore.  The number of Americans on food stamps set a new all-time record every single month during 2010, and now well over 43 million Americans are enrolled in the program.

We really have become a joke.

#10 “The federal government has no money.”

Unfortunately, our federal government has continued to borrow and spend like there is no tomorrow.

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. government will have the biggest budget deficit ever recorded (approximately 1.5 trillion dollars) this year.

So much for fiscal discipline, eh?

It is being projected that the U.S. national debt will increase by $150,000 per U.S. household between 2009 and 2021.

Do you have an extra $150,000 to contribute for your share?

By 2015 our national debt will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 trillion dollars.

It is the biggest mountain of debt in the history of the world by far, and it is the gift that we are going to pass down to future generations of Americans.

If there are any future generations of Americans.

#11 “I hate what is happening to this country.”

We should all hate what is happening to this country.  Our economic guts are being ripped out, we are being abused by the rest of the world, America’s infrastructure is being sold off piece by piece, our federal government is drowning in debt, our state governments are drowning in debt and our local governments are drowning in debt.

The only way we can even keep going is to run around to the rest of the world and beg them to keep lending us more money.

The mainstream media keeps proclaiming that we are the greatest economy on earth, but the truth is that we are being transformed into a pathetic loser and our politicians are just standing there with their hands in their pockets letting it happen.

All red-blooded Americans should be horrified by what is happening to this nation.  We have been betrayed by corrupt and incompetent leaders.  As a nation, we have become fat, lazy and stupid.

Hopefully what Donald Trump and others are saying about a coming economic collapse will serve as a huge wake up call and the sleeping giant will arise once again.

If the sleeping giant does not arise, we are in a massive amount of trouble, because right now the road we are on is leading to the biggest economic collapse the world has ever seen.

  • gary is retarded

    The Donald is correct! Get your beans and bullets whilst you still can!

  • The Donald is correct but a bit shortsighted. It is going to get one heck of a lot worse than he is fearing. Trump, you have the money to prepare for the worst, check out survivalrealestate and be prepared when the stuff hits the fan.. The future belongs to the prepared!

  • Grover Lembeck

    America isn’t a sleeping giant anymore, with huge unutilized production capacity and a massive workforce willing to put their shoulder to the wheel. The workers have all been told the path to wealth through the societal welfare system called the “F.I.R.E” economy, which produces very little of value but is now about 1/3 of total economic activity and growing. And the industrial production capacity? I’d bet that the aggregate production capacity of America’s garage workshops is now greater than the capacity of the remaining factories, which primarily make goods for the military, paid for by our tax dollars.
    American has become a welfare state, and I’m not talking about the poverty stricken former working class, either. The part of our economy that’s “fire” has to shrink by 2/3 before we can even think about recovery, and that won’t happen until Washington looks like Moscow, circa 1992.

  • Stu

    Just another business man with economic ideas. Americas problem are moral & ethical. I doubt anyone builds an empire the way The Donald did by being a nice guy and playing by the rules, not in this day and age. Oh I bet alot of succesfull billionaires will be crying and on their knees when the collapse hits. And it might be for the best. Repent, pray, and get right with God America, its your last and only alternative and chance. May God bless America, you just don’t hear that anymore.

  • impeachRonPaul

    Sounds like the republican spin machine. These are the people that just added a trillion to the debt demanding tax cuts for billionaires. They want to take our freedom and push religion. They use religion to divide. Trying to dictate rights to us and keep christians angry and looking for more victims. The GOP has sold the middle class and the religous right has helped.

  • Ed

    While what he is saying might be true but Donald Trump is a joke as a businessman. All hype “Ive got the biggest building. The largest Golf course” Yeah A hole. How many casinos have you bankrupt???

  • Anne

    Well, I don’t even watch the Trump shows, but I would rather deal with this guy than the current leader. I might be biased, I just like the honest speaking. Unfortunately, the track record of folks who talk the talk, but then don’t walk the walk, makes it hard to know who to vote for.

  • michelle

    I never liked the guy but if he’s running and Ron Paul isn’t, he’ll get me out of the house and to the voting booth – if indeed our votes are actually counted…

    At this point, waiting till 2012 to elect a new president to get things done appears to be like locking the barn door after the horses ran off.

    Too little, too late. We have no option but to default or hyperinflate it seems.

  • Weimar Wheelbarrow

    People might not like Trump’s personality or hairstyle but you can’t deny his business savvy. He knows how to run a business and turn a profit.

  • Interesting interview. Mr. Trump made some good points, but there was no mention of the Federal Reserve, QE2 and their manipulation of the U.S. Dollar.

    He blames the banks, but doesn’t talk about the financial elite who are really behind the Fed, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan.

    He didn’t talk about the manipulation of silver by JP Morgan. Speaking of, buy silver bullion now while it’s still cheap.

    I don’t think he ‘really’ gets it and I hope that he doesn’t run for President.

  • mondobeyondo

    While “The Donald” has certainly had his failures in recent years, and he’s very egotistical – he’s tended to overextend himself a bit with his casinos, airline (which I believe went bankrupt), and so forth, he’s also had a lot of success in the real estate industry. It would be wise to pay attention to him.

    I think he’s pretty much nailed it, per our current situation. If people only knew how much the Chinese are laughing at us, there would be a revolution overnight. But they’re not aware, or just plain ignorant. The U.S. isn’t a sleeping giant. It’s more like a comatose 800 pound gorilla.

    I hate what’s happening to this country, too. It’s being raped and pillaged right before our eyes. The majority have eyes, but they don’t see it. There is soooo much materialism in this country. They can’t see the forest for the firewood and 2-by-4’s. They are blinded by sales at Wal-Mart and the newest Vice City video game.

    There’s still time, but not very much. Snap out of the coma…

  • Oz Boy with Attitude

    How dare the governments of other countries subsidise their own industries to help their people the hide of such governments acting in a manner that helps the average citizen! How dare other governments manipulate thier OWN money to be able to increase trade for their benefit of the their own population! The US needs to use its military to provide the wonderful alleged democratic republic model that has brought the US to its current GOLDEN AGE to these mislead nations who are looking to increase the standard of living of its people beyond that of starving backwater paupers.

  • Davidm

    Trump is absolutely right. We are being exploited by China and other nations we trade with. There is nothing fair about the trade. They find every way possible to keep our goods out of their markets. Meanwhile we allow these countries to sell us competing goods produced by people willing to work for .19 cents a day. And people wonder why we don’t make anything or have any jobs.

    Put a 25 percent tariff on all their goods. Use the money to pay off the national debt. Then we can start making things for our own citizens. Jobs will return. Yes, we may lose some exports. However, they will be more than offset by the jobs gained at home.

    If we don’t, we will be reduced to a country where all we do is try to sue each other, cut each others hair and find ways to defraud each other by selling bogus financial products. We will ultimately be reduced to rats fighting over whatever pieces of cheese that may remain. We have to change directions or we will be reduced to a society where we survive only by destroying and taking from our neighbors. Instead we should be finding ways to manufacture more cheese.

    This article is spot on. Our trade policies along with the federal reserve is destroying our economy. You better wise up or be prepared to find a job where you can compete by earning .19 cents a day.

    Free trade…global economy … The biggest and cruelest hoax ever thrust on the American public. Wake up people!

  • Davidm

    Better yet use half of the tariff money to provide tax credits to employers who create jobs in the U.S.

  • If Trump become president, he’ll just do what he does best when face with a losing business, declare bankruptcy and have his investor take the hit.

  • Josh

    Good article, but China isn’t literally kicking the crap out of us. That would be disgusting.

  • Lauren

    Well donald trump would be right!!!

    I think that the PIIGS might be the first to go.

    Alot of people think we are doomed, but there are still great ways to make money.

    I subscribe to the FFT newsletter at that guy is calling for a bigger event to come in the next few months. His oil calls are insane, and I have been making good money with that.

    Start stocking up on gold people!! Do it yesterday.

  • David

    I am not surprised at all what Trump said of what is coming. I believe you don´t have to be a successful business person to figure out what is coming ahead. Just an educated prediction by the smart people. Yes indeed, serious crisis is on their way and this time would be catastrophic.


    you must accept if that will happen to your country,collapse means rebuild,if you are on the top must comedown and whats is wrong in the past dont dont do it again,your people over emphasize your standing before that tyour country but many countries become poor and now there is great leader from the fareast before the world turned to collapsed he already study the system we going to inject so that gradual smooth transistion of the system without anarchy and revolution

  • Cary

    For further reading explore

    He has a very good handle on the root causes of our economic problems and even offers some outside-the-box solutions.

  • Olaf

    I totally agree that an economical crisis and most probably a huge crash is coming up. I agree that the banks are failing us, that we made too much debt (aka printed money), that free trade was probably the wrong idea and that jobs are going to china. I agree to most of that what this article says. But some points I disagree with:

    1. $3.20 a gallon is not expensive. You know what we pay over here in Germany? $7.00 a gallon. And I don’t expect that the price will ever drop for a longer period of time. It will only go up. And honestly I never heared before that there are huge oil resources in the US. And even if, it would only buy some time. The truth is the age of cheap oil is over, NOW. This is a huge problem and NOTHING is going to save us. All this growth we had in the last 100 years is all thanks to cheap energy.

    2. The jobs are not stolen by other countries. It’s that the world economy is beeing transformed. It’s the globalization, the free trade, which enables businesses to go there where it’s cheap to produce. It’s our very own elite which is driving this transformation.

    3. Globalization made us actually richer. True, jobs are going to China but never before in history the masses in the industrialized contries had such a high standard of living. Look what 50 years back. People got excited that after many months of saving they could afford a washing machine. Nowadys we can buy a big flat panel TV for 300 bucks – thanks to China. Without Globalization we would have pay probably $2000 for such a TV. But honestly, this is SICK. I mean how can such a TV cost only 300 bucks? If you don’t exploit your workforce and ruin the environment.

    Trump is right in most of points but honestly people like him did push governments to open markets and to globalize economy so they could get higher revenues from their investments.

  • Richard

    Notice how he blames the foreigners, whipping up xenophobic hysteria. Utterly emotional, just like your own “very, very’s…” and “really, really’s…” No wonder you admire the man… a right-wing agitator right after your own heart.

  • Patriot One

    Yes the Don is correct. But hey didn’t the Don get bailed out 30 years ago?

  • long4silver

    too little too late.

    cHAPMAN/Celente/Schiff/Alex/RON PAUL,ETC,ETC…



  • Gabrial Singh

    The Donald?? The butt of jokes from Letterman to Howard Stern?? this is todays messiah?? I think Mr economic collapse has been drinking the Jim Jones Kool Aid. I wouldnt trust The Donald, if he were the last person on earth. Lets examine his attributes. Liar, Cheater, Deceiver. How many of his business partners did HE force an economic collapse on. Though I agree with some of the things here, THEY WERE ALL BROUGHT OUT BY BUSHED and the Republicans during a 14 year reign of terror, from 92 to 2006 in congress. Now its Obama’s fault?? Nafta, cafta, etc…all bought and paid for on the backs of American workers, courtesy of the Republican party. Tool!

  • trump seem wake up!

  • Economist

    Mathematically, we are in a serious Depression, covered up by the Fed’s money printing.

    Now, because of this stupidity, there are only 3 possible economic outcomes:
    -deflationary collapse (the best, quickest kind w-least pain. But that would take power from corporations & bankrupt the corrupt bankers quickly, something our 2 pronged fascist government won’t tolerate.)
    -sideways collapse like Japan (long & painful with prices staying too high)
    -inflationary collapse (growing poor populations, food shortages, riots, & revolution AKA Egypt – but might be worse in a multi-cultural country like ours)

    It appears the govt & the evil Federal Reserve prefer number 3 because their stupid economic theories (Keynesian economics) believe deflation is evil (as if lower prices are bad? WTF…) & the whole foundation of their stupid monetary system (fractional reserve banking) is nothing but a scam guaranteed to blow up when U add in a central bank (1 of the main foundations of Communism!).

    GIGO. Garbage in, garbage out!

  • buchomucho

    Trump sounds and looks good, but the interviewer is even more plastic than he is.

  • Faux Gary

    Just tax the “rich” and spread the wealth around. Problem solved. I have many other simplistic, ignorant, uneducated solutions for myriad things, so don’t hesitate to ask for my worthwhile opinions.

  • Sunny Meadow

    Trump’s casinos and golf courses aren’t exactly centers of productivity. Why didn’t he build a few factories himself?

    ” I’d bet that the aggregate production capacity of America’s garage workshops is now greater than the capacity of the remaining factories, which primarily make goods for the military, paid for by our tax dollars.” I’ve had the same thought myself.

  • Gary2

    Donald Trump and all the rest of the rich need to be taxed and their ill gotten wealth spread around to the ordinary people who actually create the wealth.

    I love reading these dolts who keep thinking there are self made men/woman who “deserve their wealth.”

    If it was not for those before them and government supported research and development, along with infrastructure and public education they would be nothing.

    The USA needs to shed the MYTH of rugged individualism and stop the selfish right wing me me me I got mine and to hell with you focus and start thinking we we we I got mine and will help you get yours also.

    The selfish right wing republican conservatism has all but destroyed our country by giving the rich tax cuts so that we now have the largest wealth/income divide ever. We are a banana republic and it will get worse if we follow conservatives and their morally bankrupt philosophy.

    Tax the rich and spread the wealth-we are all in this together.

  • ACME Inc.



    “A business man of his CALIBER”!?!?!?


    He’s a damn deadbeat who has been bankrupted like elevendy thousand TIMES!

    What a joke, blowhard and take that damn wig off, Donny boy.

  • tony-s

    Food inflation is terrifying. To hear these kind of people mention it, upset me some. I found my visit to my Prep room reassuring. I could maybe use some more rice now…

  • Jez

    A 1.5 Trillion dollar budget deficit. Right. The US currently has military bases in 64 foreign countries. they total literally hundreds. Now take a look at your Nation’s defense budget. Go figure. Ask that most basic of all questions: “who benefits”? Whilst you are doing that recall the wise and prophetic words of your late President Dwight D. Eisenhower: “Beware the industrial / military complex” said that good and able man.

    If you have enough strength. Watch the Keiser report with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert. Just go to his web site every Tuesday and Thursday. It’s appreciated around the planet. A programme never to be missed.

    God Bless you all.

    Take great care.

    Jez. Sussex Coast. UK

  • kevin

    impeachRonPaul……your an idiot!!!

  • Biddack!

    Trump is trumpeting populist rhetoric. Unfortunately for him those with a brain can see that for the last 30 years, Republican admins over and over have preached the very ideas that have gotten us into this mess–higher debt due to neverending tax cuts, bloated military spending (ever hear a Rpublican decry uless military spending like $500 hammers or $1 billion for one bomber?–nope–no they only attack social security–how dare the cleaning lady survive on $900 a month!), corporate tax breaks for their corporate cronies. The Dems aint much better but at least they realize that you have to actually pay for these things and that maybe a social safetly net is a desirable thing–even from a competition standpoint! Ever think a business in say, Germany, worries about how much healthcare costs when building that Audi or BMW–nope. The state covers it through tax revenues so those companies are more competitive that Ford or GM who are actually in the healthcare business themselves.
    Sorry Trump–your golf courses suck, your hair sucks and your ideas suck.

  • DownWithLibs

    Call me nuts, but I probably would vote for him if he runs for Pres. He seems to have a pretty good grasp of whats at stake and ideas to correct the problem.

  • Maria


    You gave pretty good answers to all the other questions except, “Why the Republican Party?” I almost turned off the video at that early point. Your answer stunk and so did your body language! Why? I saw a man who had an answer in mind, but couldn’t or wouldn’t say it.

    Are you thinking you can remake the party or are you afraid to step outside the box? The safety net? Republicans are just as guilty as Democrats for the destruction of this country, and you know it! So are you a RINO or are you a REPUBLICAN? Give us an answer.

    We heard a lot about what is wrong with this country. Before I give my support to a candidate, I want to hear SOLUTIONS. TARIFFS! I heard that solution. I like it. What else have you got?

  • lgd

    #6 “I think the biggest threat is that our jobs are being stolen by other countries. We’re not going to have any jobs here pretty soon.”
    Stolen? How about purposely given away. Americans did this to themselves.

  • rational commenter

    I’m sorry, but this cuts both ways.

    There are dozens of countries around the globe that the USA has *forced* to sign “Free Trade Agreements” with (including their allies), which are completely beneficial to the USA only. This article paints the US as a victim, which is not entirely true. The reason why a fat, diabetic, alcoholic, uneducated Moron can spend 2$ to buy a can of paint at Wal-Mart, while an Australian spends 10$ for that same can – is because the US has for decades forced unfavorable trading conditions on other nations. China’s recent rising up is merely a backlash to decades of American imperialistic economic invasions.

    In short : Americans brought this upon themselves. After decades of treating the rest of the world this way, the rest of the world finally said “Enough. Now it’s your turn”.

  • J

    END DERIVATIVES!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jimmy

    Most of the sheeple are still plugged into the Matrix enjoying their “Bread and Circuses” (Juvenal). With that current mindset they are useless to the idea’s the USA was founded on and useless to themselves. And, yes Mr. Trump, you too are feeding them…lol. I truly welcome $25 bread and $5 gas because maybe then the sheep will wonder what that rumbling sound is in their collective bellies. It is only at that point they might be convinced to care and throw of their self installed Borg devices (TV/Cable, Mobile Phones, Jersey Shore, etc). Remember that the momentum is forward through the “The Tytler Cycle” not backward. Incidentally…mother nature is also making her contributions lately. I am referring to the impact of the observed severe climate and the inability of most of the world to adapt quickly to it. Truly, the Geo-Political Psyche is getting very nervous at the possibility of, ahem….World War III. But then again, many will welcome it…

  • Regardless of whether he’s right I think now is a good time to get started making yourself more resilient to potential shocks and “Thriving During Challenging Times, The Energy, Food and Financial Independence Handbook” is a great roadmap to follow to prepare yourself.

  • lostinmissouri

    Donald Trump would screw the world for the USA.
    At least, Trump, would put America first, in trade negotiations.

    Just the thought of the Donald, as president, would send a shutter, down the back of every foreign government, in the world. Screw them!

    He’s got my vote!

  • mondobeyondo

    If Trump does run for president, what party would he be affiliated with? Republican? Democrat? Libertarian? Independent?

    It would be a media circus, no doubt about that. And that alone will give him a lot of publicity and exposure, which Ron Paul and nearly all third party candidates, have not been getting. Trump might actually have a better chance than Ross Perot.

    At least he has an understanding of the U.S.-China trade situation. We’ve established trade between a country with a high standard of living, with one whose workers earn about $5 a day. We’re not winning.

    An equilibrium in standard of living would be the ultimate goal. The Chinese worker would earn $1,000 a month, and so would you. The Chinese worker is happy – his standard of living just went up big time. They can upgrade from a bicycle to a motorcycle, maybe even a cheap automobile. Good for them.

    On the other hand, you people in California or New York or even Mississippi, try living on $12,000 a year, living your current lifestyle. You probably can’t do it. Americans will be the ones eating ramen noodles, while the Chinese eat at Panda Express.

    Truth is, it’s not free trade, and it’s not fair trade. It isn’t even fair – period. We are being screwed, and don’t even realize it. And we won’t, until the Chinese finally tell us one day, “Hey, did you know we just screwed you?”

  • Allerious

    “Just another business man with economic ideas.”

    As opposed to just another theocon with religious beliefs but no clue about the way governmment and the economy should operate.

    There is no God higher than Austrian economics.
    Mass religious is organized stupidity.

  • Maria

    Might want to give a listen to what Jim Rickards has to say about the economy. I’d vote for him before I vote for the Donald. This is a link to Jim’s King World News interview on January 27. The voice is Mr. Cool…what he said sent ice through my veins.

  • Maria

    How about listening to what Michael Pento has to say? He’s got a few answers. None of them easy to swallow, but at least he gave us answers, Donald.

  • The emperor has lost his clothes!! If Doktor Donald Trump is so concerned about US money going overseas – why is he investing his money in an unpopular golf scheme in the north east of Scotland. He is destroying an area of scientific importance and recently wanted local homeowners thrown out of their homes because it would spoil the view of the golfers!! Good luck America! If you believe or vote for this man you deserve what you get!!

    See the article above!!

  • “Most Americans have absolutely no idea how lopsided many of our “trade agreements” actually are. Other nations openly manipulate their currencies in order to keep their exports dirt cheap and we allow it. Other nations openly subsidize their domestic industries that are directly competing with businesses in the United States and we don’t complain. Other nations make it incredibly difficult for American companies to do business in their countries while we allow foreign corporations to come on in and do pretty much whatever they want here.”

    This is an interesting point to be making. Certain of our corporations have done exactly that, if not worse, in toher countries. Isn’t Latin America the charnal house of the last century where our corporate interests were supported by totalitarian thugs who left skinned bodies hanging in trees, hacked protesters to death with machetes, bombed independent news outlets, and starved and beat populations into submission with brute force and weapons provided by the US? To truly mimic US policy in foreign nations, our working class would have to face death squads, torture, and dirt wages under threat of death.
    Your lack of interest in the other side of the story–and an abysmal whine about what foreign companies do to the US–is pretty disappointing. We are not victims by any stretch, except of the policies that our elected representatives have enacted—to the overall benefit of US corporate power.

  • tyler

    I would be really excited to vote for Trump, as long as he runs as an independant.

  • How is it that all these leaders are missing the big picture? Elite bankers controlling the Fed, controlling the top banks, controlling who’s in Presidential cabinet positions, etc..

    The elite want a one-world government, so that they can control the world. So they want the Dollar to fail, slowly, so that they can monetize all of our debt and get ultra rich(er).

    David – ISN Coins

  • The Beast

    These facts seem to lead to one giant major conclusion: a new world is about to emerge.
    In the creation of this new world, two factions are working hard in shaping it: The New World Order, Illuminati style; and the other. Looks like the Illuminati faction is having a good day now, but many things will take place and will put the other side into the winning side, God Willing. Just be sure those who want to do good deeds, from whatever religion and faith in God, keep doing it.
    The righteous and just WILL inherit the world.

  • The Unicorn

    At least he’s had alot of experience with bankruptcy.They must have taught him well at Wharton.The deck is already stacked aganist us,time to fold or end up losing the shirt off your back.

  • GoneWithTheWind

    Impeach: You cannot add to the debt by cutting taxes. The debt is the result of overspending not undertaxing. Whatever the tax is that is what the government should spend. The debt occurs when they spend more then they take in.


    Trump has bought oddles of Iraq currency: The Denar (sp)…hmmmmm

  • Excellent article once again!!! The Bush administration put in a big hole but the Obama administration has put all of us past the point of no return!!! The leading economists of the country are saying the same thing!!! They see things way before we do and most if not all are saying, get ready, get ready, the financial collapse is almost most upon the EU and it will domino effect to the US. Again, take a serious look at and for what coming and how to prepare for the last moments of Earth’s history!!!

  • Jay

    Anyone really believe that Trump is not just another New World Order, CFR insider? Convince me. I’m all ears.

  • Otown Right Guy

    Trump is no business genius. He is a bankruptcy-filing con artist and a fraud. What wealth has he created? He is no captain of industry like Ford or Edison. We have no men like that anymore. I have no use for Trump.

  • Louise in MO

    Comments here seem to be looking for someone to blame, a political party, an industry, a right or left group, etc. In reality everyone has had a part in what is happening.

    How many Americans take the time and the effort to be informed voters. We elect people who are unqualified, have dubious personal backgrounds, no foreign policy experience, without having run so much as a corner grocery. Then we expect this leader to make monumental decisions which affect 300 million Americans.

    It is idiotic to elect anyone who is not fully qualified in all areas. The President is not Jesus Christ; he does not walk on water. But, he/she needs to be a HIGHLY QUALIFIED leader. AND he/she needs to have a great love for this nation, making decisions for the best of the nation…..not so he is worshipped by supporters.

    It may be too much to ask for and receive this kind of leadership in a society which has become materialistic, self-centered and largely immoral. Leaders are spawned in the society in which they live. No national national leader in which we can trust.

    It would serve us well if each American would ask themselves “what have I done to contribute to the grave problems which we all face?” Personally, I quit buying anything on credit, which I did a lot of in the past. Nor do I buy anything I don’t absolutely need.

    I don’t succumb to the newest, expensive technology. I share with those in need. I give to food banks. If we don’t stick together we will not survive. In the end, it won’t matter who was or is to blame; it won’t change the distaster to come.

  • Donald Who?

    The United States of America can not afford another apprentice in the White House!


    why are the american dont believe on me, transcition period to all the countries of the world is already made,anytime for country that needs this will gradually implemented to avoid anarchy no countries will escape to this.

  • rsk

    some ideas to get the economy going again ~

    eliminate the income tax – replace it with a consumption tax on new items only (end of the line point of final sale) exempt food, medicine, health care, homes, vehicles including cars, boats, trucks, airplanes, etc. This has the added benefit of providing tax relief to those who buy used items.

    eliminate the capital gains tax – no caqpital gains no capital losses – no tax filing – replace it with a flat penney a share transaction fee on every buy and every sell of stocks, bonds, options, commodities, etc. (do the math this is HUGE!)

    go to the 32 hour work week (note if there is no income tax then take home pay for 32 hours will be very close to what was earned in 40 hours).

    Redefine overtime as 2X after 32 and 3X after 40. Encourages companies to hire more workers rather than work fewer people longer.

    HEMP = multi-Billion dollar industry. Help farmers get back into hemp production.

    Build ethanol plants in every city – Ethanol from waste and bi-products as fuel (

    legalize and tax marijuana like alcohol – this would create jobs and tax revenue immediately!

    fund the SBA to provide zero interest loans to start new businesses for unemployed persons

    Free wi-fi everywhere in the US

    nationalize all utilities – corporations such as Enron proved they could not be trusted to act in the public’s best interests

    amend the constitution to establish health care as a right of citizens – health care should be run at cost not as a for profit business by insurance companies

    Get control over the military industrial complx by passing a law that prevents corporations from making a profit from war. All war material should be sold at cost ~ See how quickly they lose interest in the concept of perpetual war for perpetual peace if there’s no money in it! If we must be at war – then take the profit incentive out of the equation.

    Invest in America by spending at least as much money as we spend overseas in aid and in wars combined here at home on infrastructure.

    • D Curry

      NOT BAD AT ALL!!!!!


    your comment is not advisable to this kind of issue,because running a goverment is not just the way the people is a lot of study about a concept of must have an IDEOLOGY,AN ORGANIZATION THROUGH OUT THE WORLD,A SUPREME IDEA THAT ALL LEADERS WILL AGREE ALSO A PROGRAM OF ACTION IS NESSESARY BOTH IN POLITICS AND ECONOMICS

  • Rich

    Trump is exactly what this country needs!!! Say no more you have my vote. We need someone in office who has a back bone and can make America the best country on earth!! I say it won’t be much of a match between Obama and Trump, TRUMP you will win hands down, you are smarter and brighter than any of these sooooo called crapy “unethical” politicians who hold positions of power today.

  • Gordo

    Every candidate for President says about the same things as Trump, but then when they get voted in they turn out to be the same corporate puppets as any other president. Who’d a thunk that Obama would be indistinguishable from Bush in his policies? Continuing to expand the war machine despite the fact that it’s ruining our economy, put the same banksters in charge of financial matters who had looted the economy before ….. no real difference, except that he doesn’t give back rubs to other world leaders while drunk.

  • He went bankrupt a couple of times. I wonder if mr trump even considers the fact that the rest of the world may not respect us anymore is because of the hedge fund managers, greedy bankers and financial policy’s of this country that took down the world economy?

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  • New York dude

    We need a business minded leader to run the US and get us out of these bad economic times. But what does “The Donald” know about foreign policy?

  • Frank Rossi

    We have exactly the leaders we deserve. We the people have elected all 535 members of the US Congress and the President. Who is to blame? Look in the mirror!

  • jack

    many valid opinions here, including the donalds. but so many people walk around thinking all will be fine, that they leave it up to others to fix. momentum seems to be taking over as much spins out of control.bad to be too awre, or negative, but how can you ignore the signs. many sleepless nights ahead, for the thinking and feeling…

  • Lennie Pike

    If something bad happens, to find out why it happened, follow the money, or more accurately follow the people who worship money. Donald Trump worships money, so he won’t be of any help to the U.S..

    Most presidential candidates don’t worship money – they are easily controlled egomaniacs who are recruited by and work for the Money Worshipers. Donald Trump falls into both of those categories whether he knows it or not.

    He has already been working for the Money Worshipers through their television shows while at the same time probably being groomed and conditioned as a one of their possible presidential candidates. They probably were the ones who first suggested that he run for President – he knows he will need huge financial backing. These Money Worshipers are shrewd tacticians who understand human nature like no one else and are cunning as a pack of wolves – don’t put it past them.

    Any presidential candidate who is expected to win the election and who does not fall into one of those categories is always eliminated by the Money Worshipers either before or shortly after the election – killed if need be – it doesn’t really matter much to them how they are eliminated – it’s just safer for them from a public relations standpoint to destroy a candidate’s credibility or character like they did when they used their MSM to discredit Ross Perot. As far a legal consequences for murder – they are easily resolved. The power to create money out of thin air is very powerful but runs a distant second.

    No need to wish good luck to Ron Paul or to even tell him “stay safe” – he has no chance to be President.

  • RachelMcW

    You know I never really liked Trump. I can’t really pinpoint why… just the way he was coming across in the past I guess. THIS interview has changed my mind. He really does have an overall understanding of what is happening to the US. I am impressed and would probably vote for him.

    I have always respected him as a great business man. If he sees the danger of higher food and oil prices looming… WE should listen up.

    Saw a post about the other day and looked them up. Great prices! Got a discount account and ordered a bunch of food. Most of it has a 25 year shelf life. It’s a better investment than gold. We can eat the food either now when TSHTF or later when I am retired and have to live without social security.

  • i

    While I agree with much of the article, your statements regarding oil and gas are very, very far off the mark.

    Yes, there’s plenty of oil and gas. What there is NOT are large quantities of inexpensive oil and gas with a high energy return.

    Some facts. The world chews through 30 billion barrels of oil a year, give or take a half-billion. Breathless news reports of new discoveries of 150 billion barrels extends the world’s oil supplies perhaps 5 years.

    To say, “We should be farther along in solving this problem” shows an optimism based on a lack of awareness of the real problems we face and an unwarranted faith in technology.

    But here’s the deal. The continental USA had its oil peak in the 1970s. There are lots of oil “reserves” in places like Bakken. In 40 years, we haven’t been able to exploit these profitably. We’re still dependent on foreign oil. Implication? We’ve hit the point of diminishing reserves on our oil extraction technology.

    Natural gas will give us some time, but if we start using it to replace oil, we’ll see just how rapidly those gas fields deplete (They deplete *much* faster than oil fields anyway).

    Disclaimer: I work in the oilfield exploration industry. Sadly, we’ll do quite well in the coming years as oil depletes.

  • gimmeabreak

    Trump is a balding mushball that could not do 10 push-ups. Daddy paid for his “wharton” education, and upon graduation gifted him $800,000 (1960’s dollars,3 mil. today) to speculate in New York real estate. With daddys connections, he prospered. Ultimately, he went bankrupt, then hoodwinked the financiers to keep him afloat. Now the pompous ass parades himself around as a “self-made” man. What a crock! I’d like to see a reality show where “The Donald” take on hard physical labor for about 3 years. Then and only then, would I have any respect for this gasbag. He wouldn’t last 3 days.

  • Bill

    Why are we paying a private, for profit corporation (Federal Reserve) to have currency?
    Shortly after President Kennedy issued EO11100, to start printing Treasury Notes and cut out the Federal Reserve, he was publically executed in Dallas.
    Argentina, Greece, Ireland, Egypt all listened to the bankers that control their economies and look where it got them.
    We’re in the exact same boat.
    The bankers use the same proven methods time and again, country after country, because the people listen to them, trust them.
    It’s time we wake up and END THE FED!
    Everyone should read G. Edward Griffons
    The Creature from Jekyl Island.

  • gentile

    He is just campaigning early, he will be like the others…

  • Earth as we seen

    I do really want to believe this remarks of Mr.Trump.

    But..I keep asking myself, who pushed this “economic and bussines systems” to the entire nations of the world ?

    This systems is merely a game. Whoever lose will seek others to blame. and creates more hatred among others.

    And manytimes proven that the winners play a game of being a loser to step up the game.

    I like to see world as a peaceful place where nobody pushed their games to others.

  • Nola

    When our elected officials sign away 787 Billion dollars without so much as even reading the 2 page document, nor asking for terms… (ie the TARP bill)… over the objections of most Americans…

    When our elected officials make the first order of business this year to extend the Bush tax breaks, thereby giving each of our millionaire Congressmen a $100,000 raise (tax break), while also eliminating the tax deduction to deduct the first $2400.00 in unemployment received. I know right where the blame lies.

    And then Obama standing up there and saying he has frozen the wages of the Government. How stupid does he think we are??

    There has been a Financial Coup d etat in this country and “the people” are still not complaining.

    Have you ever told any party who should run for any office? Me neither. We are told to vote on whichever incompetent they decide to run. But who is winning? Where are all the millionaires? Not in private business anymore. The millionaires are running the banks, the insurance companies, Wall Street and Congress. Face it, we have sold democracy down the road and we now live in a Plutocracy.

    Where will it end? When you can’t tell the difference between Mexico and America any longer? Scary!! And yet, many American’s still can’t be bothered with Politics! And to think our boys and girls are dying on the other side of the world for this. Very sad!

  • Nola

    Gordo…. Your comments are funny and sadly, sooo True!

  • norwegian

    omg, how can u twist reallity like u do.
    1 that 1 have no root in reallity
    2 agricultur is failing because of economy? grow up, the reason for agricultur failing is, weather changes and over population. were depleting our natural resources
    3 i think your right the problem is that no president in usa can fix it, americans have accept a different life style, u cant use more money then u have, my grand mom learned me that
    4 nahhh, your wrong, the rest of the world of usa when predident after president from right side claims the banking bussines will regulate it self, fantastic, check history
    5 hmmmm, where is those reserves? gone, america dont have that much naturall resources left, but ya i agree usa should come with a good alternative to oil, thi didnt happend because american interest in oil on the first hand
    6 same problem as norway, labor is to expensive compared to chine etc, the way it is
    7 your right
    8 your right
    9 your right
    10 your righ

  • B Balkema

    A simple solution, incorporate a .$.75 gallon gas tax that increase by $.10 cents each year America imports any more than 10% of the oil and gasoline it uses. This would do many benefical things across America imagine; 1) it would keep the better part of a trillion a year within the US borders working here employing millions of Americans when fully implemented, 2) Americans could finally plan for rising oil and gas prices with the assurances that it would cost massively more in 20 years ($2.75 a gallon) if they didn’t conserve, alter there habits and it puts the power to enact change in everyday people’s hands and not subject to government mandate 3) it would focus the car companies on the growing market segement and allow them to plan accordingly as it would be market driven 4) it would generate large amounts of cash (15%)to reduce Federal debt or yearly operating balances 5) it would create millions of jobs in the US economy in the oil industry – take 10% of the tax to incentivize small oil producers not meganationals, oil production could not exceed 100,000 barrels per year telling the multinationals we don’t need them any longer and this would dramatically curtail the global speculation in oil 6) spend massively, 75% of the tax, in a national plan (like Ike’s interstate highways) of bullet trains across America which would incorporate a comprehenisve national plan for energy savings incorporated into the transportation system in almost every American city – this would create millions of jobs all across this great country 7) it would generate massive new tax reciepts in sales tax, social security, local and state taxes and Federal reciepts. 8) it would create an intergral new alternate energy solutions like high intensity vertical algae biodiesel where I’ve read of suggested capacities of 150,000 gallons per acre compared to current 50 gallons of ethanol per acre. This could transform America again, imagine keeping $1 Trillion dollars each year working here buying services, creating quality American jobs being the light of the world again. Think of the savings of not being involved in a decade’s long wars costing $100’s of billions.

    The legislation would have to come with solemen promises to reduce the taxes upon achievement of its stated goals under some formula like the first year say 20 years into the future that the tax is reduced by 33% each year the goals are met and if the country regressed it would increase again by $.10 cents per year.

    This is far to simple a solution so why haven’t our leaders done it 3 decades ago because the global banksters and oil interest don’t want it and they control our politicans. They want us buying oil and gasoline from regimes, they want us indebted and destroyed so a new global currency can be installed.

  • Trump Is A Chump

    The root cause of the problems in the US are due to the country living on a debt binge waaaay beyond its means – for many decades!

    Likewise, Trump’s main business has been to continually borrow beyond his ability (or intention) to repay and then repeatedly default.

    That isn’t business acumen. It’s fraud.

    He can never be the solution to the problem because he epitomises the cancer of lies, deceipt and fraud that has led to collapse in the US. He’s little more than a two-bit huckster who has conned many banks into believeing that he’s something special.

    Lend anyone a few billion and allow them to default and they too could look like a ‘financial geniuses’ and show you a good time.

  • MLC

    …uumm, excuse me, but Ross Perot said all this 20 years ago! No one listened. And, before that Eisenhower laid it all out on the line, too.

  • Jiggs

    The plan is to deindustrialize, demoralize, and destroy America. If Trump’s so smart, why does he act like such a dumb ass? Just another faux-patriot moneybag.

  • FarmersDaughter

    Maybe some people will finally realize
    the value of “farmers” and food. The regime has kept us in the gutter for years, meaning financially and spiritually. Crop failures, hail storms, no funds for financing etc, were of little worry to you sheeple. Wait till you are hungry. Then, maybe you won’t mind respecting the farmer, a dieing breed. I can hear your stomachs growling now!

  • golden

    time for these dinosaur super rich money sucking patriotic republicans is over. do not say we, it is you and us. you have our money. give it back. people like you and the bankers are the thieves.

  • Nancy Coxall

    I think Donald Trump would make a great President of the United States. We need a great businessman to be in office to turn our Country around….He can do it if anyone can!

    Yes, please do run for President, Mr. Trump, you will have my vote and I will help campaign for you!


    • Jeshua Stephen Jones

      lol did you help him campaign?

  • Peter

    To talk about it is easy, we all do.
    So nothing new there, but it is not china or other country’s who are the problem, but greed.
    If one can produce cheap by having productionlines across the borders, they will do that.
    Here in europe it is the same, and we end up with jobs in services, no production which is the keystone to a healthy economy based on producing instead of consuming.
    Moreover, the next comming crash will not be due to higher oil prices, they rise because of inflation, due to the printing of money.
    Not only oil, but every commodity, so food and clothes will also rise in prise.
    The next comming crash, or maybe the next phase of the crash will be ignited by defaults, country’s defaulting on their debts.
    Debts because of bailing out the banks, and while the financials are making big profits and collecting big bonusses, the real economy suffers.
    The financial world with its massive fraud, its greed, and speculation, shifting money arround to make money, based on nothing but speculation.
    We are losing our pensions, our savings, our jobs, even our homes, and we can be certain that taxes will rise.

  • K Butler

    To those who say it is our fault our country is being run into the ground (b/c we elected our government officials…)think about how much of a choice you actually have when it comes election time. the Media is not unbiased–it is run by those with the money who want to keep the money. The politicians who are honest do not even have a chance. We never even get the chance to vote for the honest guys, b/c they never survive our corrupt media. We’re all puppets! It’s a joke.


    I can’t say enough about D. Trump. How crazy would it seem to a lot of critics for him to run for president. But then, how did the same critics applaud to what Obama and his administration are doing? Let’s put D. Trump’s face on our currency and get rid of the pyramid!!

  • bob

    RULE ONE Live with in your means, people an governments. Rule two, if rule one is not used no need for more rules. What we got here is a lawless nation

  • bob

    Trump is the kind of man if your going to be a cheat be a big one and his low class shows tell you all you need to know.

  • Parth

    Correct me if I am wrong- Is China manipulating currency. Last I read its USA thats at QE2 and now to QE3.

  • bet1965

    Glad you asked , the Obamas will become King and Queen of the U.S.A. it will only be an honarary title (but let them in on that secret) and they will be given all the monopoly money they can spend!

  • bet1965

    And yes my wife and i have the 150,000 to pay our share of the dept, each ! but greedy us we have worked hard and want to keep it.But we dont get to.

  • Well anyone who has been crazy online conspiracy freak(tongue in cheek)for the last ten years could have told you all this ten years ago.As a crazy conspiracy freak i will let you know now that at was all planned.Wake up America.

  • x mark

    what CANN u say ?????????

  • Kevin


    Yes it’s global and Europe is in the same boat.

    I would like to ask you two questions.

    What country are you from or are in enough to get a feel for the attitudes of the people.

    Do the people you meet / know in Europe by and large connect the dots between Free Trade with slave labor nations and the overall decline in their standard of living now and in the longer term?

  • Ryan Heinzman

    I need to hear a lot more than just what he said here. There are some very missing points, although he needs someone who knows the economy to interview him to get a better idea of where trump stands. I heard nothing about corrupt bankers, auditing the fed, the elite running the show. He seems to know the job situation, and it is true we have lost our jobs overseas. Manufacturing used to be the lifeblood of our country, now it is 9% of our jobs instead of 26% in the 70s. I like where he is going, but I want to see a lot more

  • NEK

    Scapegoating the world for US homemade errors

    Why did all these jobs got “stolen”?
    Because Americans (and Europeans) want to buy cheap things and investors, hedge funds, pension funds, banks etc want to make big money and producing in the US or Europe IS more expensive.

    So dont blame the world, blame yourself … buy Made in the US or in Europe … support your regional production and products, so you lower transport costs and this has some other nice effects (green house gases lowered, less gas needed), you support your own economy, your own people.

  • Rohit

    hope he not doing early campaigning..As we know these politicians..

  • Susan Davis

    I am in total agreement with Mr. Trump…We are in deep sh-t.

  • Carrie

    I am in agreement with Donald Trump on many issues. However, he does not talk about the Federal Reserve Bank, criminal elite’s banking cartel Rothschild control of the New World Order Dominated government, how does he feel about these very important issues? He is similiar to Ron Paul, whom I know Donald Trump respects, but Donald does not talk about those issues, Ron is not afraid to.
    Does Donald Trump feel the U.S. government should stay within the confines of the constitution?

  • tom

    Trump has serious concerns my children cause he is about to lose half his value or more in a meltdown of real estate… an over abundant group of blind deaf and dumb citizens are unwilling to admit to is actually happening here. Unfortunately and I apologize for the candor but too many clock punching still getting paid americans are not on the radar yet. We will unemploy a few million more credit worthy citizens before the collapse takes hold. The money that controls all people of this planet have a game plan and a few of us are aware of it.. those that are will know whats coming and most will be surprised that the world was sucked up in this stripping of value from all people by a select few and the game will end. all the money in a few pockets the masses looking for those owners to hang from a tall tree and then they all feel better. We should all witness a meltdown like this to know what in this world is good and essential to happiness and what greed can bring you. Many will die ugly and the results will empower a great mass to take back the freedoms we fought for in the past. All politians will have an epiphany and see the good or be strung up with signs on their heads, it will be nice to put justice in the hands of the citizens again and after the dust settles we have another 100 years of honest happiness and equality and made in america will be the truth again.. God bless you all your in for the ride of your life….

  • Wow! When billionaires start to panic, you have to sit and wonder. They probably have more information to draw on than most of us. Believe this, the rich have far more to lose than the poor and the middle class.

    Read “Common Sense 3.1” at ( )

    We don’t have to live like this anymore. “Spread the News”

  • Allen

    Stop subsidising companies that move to other countries for a lower wage work force. Give incentives and tax breaks to companies operating totaly within our borders. Put a 100% tarrif on all products coming into the US from once US, now foreign, companies. We have more oil in the ANWR than all of the middle eastern countries combined. Allow US corporations to drill and give tax incentives to companies who decide to build refineries within the US and employ US workers. Use the oil taxes collected to research and fund alternative energy sources. Stop sending our money to foreign countries until all our legal citizens are taken care of.
    Trump is right, but, he does not go far enough. We must rid ourselves of the Federal Reserve and take back our monetary system. I could go on and on but I believe everyone here is intelligent enough to see what needs be done. Now, can Congress and the administration get the cajones to act and act quickly?

  • methodman

    I did the donald thing Donald Trump filed bankrupcy 3 times. So I studied Donald Knuth and practiced sketching donald Duck while learning how to talk to conservatives like Don Knotts. Donald is a birther give me a break. Brains heart mind and sould if you have them DON’T VOTE REPUBLICAN

  • Legoman

    He can become president and be stonewalled when he gets to the whitehouse. The government is controlled by cashed up lobby groups only interested in short term profits for their backers. Ban lobbying and political donations which all amount to bribery and restore some true democracy that we like lecture the world about.

  • Who was it that started the Free Trad?

    Answer: DEMOCRAP

  • 1AmericanFreedomFighter

    The same thing he is saying NOW, 7 12 15, he wants to really stop this slide, and fix the country!!

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