Gerald Celente’s take on the Boston Bombings–A State of Siege–AKA The test-bed for martial law in the U.S

“A State of Siege”

Gerald Celente breaks down the recent bombings that took place in Boston on Monday April 15th, he plays devils advocate by examining whether the American Government should really be surprised by the attacks, lets face it, how many countries do you have to invade, how many innocent people have to die in places such as  Iraq, Afghanistan or Libya or even Pakistan to name but a few, before somebody who has lost a brother, father, sister, close friend or mother through America’s military industrial complex international bullying agenda comes back to haunt them in the form of someones son, brother, mother, or father looking to avenge the death of their loved ones?

Don’t get me wrong, I really feel for the families of the people who lost their lives in the bombings, my heart and sympathies truly goes out to them & I in no way condone or agree with the attacks in any way shape or form, I’m just merely saying the American Government shouldn’t be surprised by them.

I can’t help but feel sending in over 10,000 police and troops into the city of Boston to look for ONE 19-year-old kid was somewhat of an over-reaction……in truth….there’s a hidden agenda here, that of preparing the American people for the coming economic meltdown & subsequent imposition of martial law….Boston was the test-bed….I was saddened to see Americans being forced from their homes at gunpoint by the police and members of the armed services & homes being stormed without any form of warrant.

Even more worrying was the recent passing of the National Defence Authorization act which in effect repealed the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878,  Its intent (in concert with the Insurrection Act of 1807) was to limit the powers of Federal government in using federal military personnel to enforce the State laws…thus leaving the road wide open in the States for martial law.

More & more countries are now chosing to buy and sell oil in other currencies than the dollar….Brazil, Russia, India, China and now South Africa (who are part of  ‘Brics’) paved the way for the expeditious decline of the American Dollar along with the downward spiral of the American economy.  Throughout history EVERY single form of ‘Fiat’ currency system has failed BAR NONE, are we to think that the dollar is fundamentally different to any other ‘fiat’ currency system of old?  I think not!!!!  This time bomb has been ticking away for far too long and in the not too distant future it’s about to explode ushering in the new era of martial law in the U.S, there will also undoubtedly be tremendous collateral damage in the form of other national economies imploding on the back of the US collapse

My advice would be to buy gold as when the dollar does self destruct the price of gold will sky-rocket, I’m talking about actual physical gold and not paper gold…the price of gold will always remain stable as it has a limited supply and  intrinsic value, if the dollar today was still backed by gold as it was when the Gold Standard Act of the United States was passed in 1900 (approved on March 14) which established gold as the only standard for redeeming paper money, the US economy wouldn’t be in the state it is in today, unfortunately on April 25, 1933 the United States and Canada dropped the gold standard.