“After putting $803,436 in Obama’s campaign coffer, a media giant attempted to keep Americans from seeing the video by banning it from their sites,” stated Aaron DeHoog, the Financial Publisher who is unapologetic for the release of controversial footage that has gained international attention.
The video DeHoog is referring to is a stunning interview with famed economist Robert Wiedemer, author of the New York Times best-selling book Aftershock. In it, Wiedemer provides disturbing evidence for 50 percent unemployment, a 90 percent stock market crash, and 100 percent annual inflation . . . starting before 2013.
Usually such extreme claims are disregarded. However, after correctly predicting the housing bust, the stock market collapse, and America’s debt crisis, powerful people are heeding Wiedemer’s counsel.
Dow Jones quoted his investigative work as “your bible” and Standard & Poor’s said his “track record demands our attention.”
It was this accurate track record that gained DeHoog’s interest as well. “[The interview] was originally filmed for a private audience,” DeHoog explains, “I have to admit, even I didn’t believe Wiedemer’s predictions at first. But then I saw the charts and data that provided verification for such claims, and saw his track record. People were sitting up and taking notice, and they begged us to make the interview public so they could easily share it.”
Since that day, over 40 million concerned citizens have tuned in to prepare for ‘the unthinkable.’
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Russell H., a financial adviser from Wichita, Kan., said it “Scared the hell out of me. It was a great wake-up call.” Richard B., a viewer from Apison, Tenn., commented, “It gave me the courage to make a move which, had I not made, would have left me behind the ‘eight ball.’” And Susan R., a concerned investor, commented that it was “Awesome, eye-opening, and mind-boggling.”
And it’s not just the average folks across America that are paying attention.
It seems that certain billionaires are already dumping their stocks. George Soros, who manages the Soros Funds, recently dumped $215 million in tech stocks alone, according to the SEC quarterly filings. And The Examiner reports that Jim Rogers, founder of the Quantum Fund, urged investors to “dump U.S. equities in favor of buying farmland.” And Nelson Peltz, manager of Trian Partners, is dumping core holdings as well.
As for the media giant that wanted to ban the video, DeHoog was able to work out a compromise. “We agreed to tweak the webpage some, but we didn’t change the content of the interview. That had to stay the same.”
Rumors have even spread on the Internet that this interview will cost President Obama his re-election. In response, DeHoog commented, “I’ve heard it called ‘The Video That Will Get Obama Fired,’ but that was never our intention. The interview simply states the financial data as is, and then simple, practical advice is given that viewers can take to protect their wealth, and even profit, during the days ahead.”
The fact is, though, only one other president in recent history was able to earn a second term during a time of such economic turmoil.
As experts debate the extent President Obama is to blame for the economy, Wiedemer actually seems to lay the blame squarely on those whose job it was to avoid the Great Recession that America is currently suffering through, including current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and former Chairman Alan Greenspan.
At one point, Wiedemer even calls out Bernanke, saying that his “money from heaven will be the path to hell.”
Asked if he is concerned if Wiedemer’s predictions don’t come true, DeHoog commented, “Absolutely not. The best-case scenario is that Wiedemer is wrong. Unfortunately, he has been dead-on thus far. No, our real concern is this, and is the more likely scenario — what if just half of Wiedemer’s predictions come true? Bottom line, it is imperative that Americans be prepared, and that is why we will continue to air this powerful interview.”
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