Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Gerald Celente on what to do in a crisis

Eric King interviews Gerald Celente of the Trends Research Institute:

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Part 2:

Part 3:

Mr. Celente states that he only has about a three week supply of food stored, which is probably more than the average (or even most) New York City dweller. I disagree, however, that a three week food supply is anywhere near adequate. Of course, Mr. Celente's stated plan is to leave the country in the event of a larger crisis -- most folks won't have that option. Still, that plan assumes that you will be able to leave the country, which may or may not be a viable option, depending on the crisis.


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