When the Cash stops flowing to the men on the street, Blood starts flowing on the streets...
The Real Cause of Unrest from Greece in Europe, to Libya in Middle Eas are:
1. High unemployment, especially among those between 18 to 28 years old
2. Corruption, top Tier of society "fleecing" the majority of the society.
3. Rising prices which shows in Rising Inflation rates...
The Global Financial system is a "ponzi scheme" with U.S. printing "digital" money, not even need to print Physical paper money...
And what it likely to lead to is Depression and the First Great War in 21st Century, just like in the 1929's Great Depression ended with the start of the 2nd World War in 1938...
These are the views of Gerald Celente, a Trend Forecaster who predicted the Global Financial Crisis of year 2008 before it happened...
Check out the link below:
Ex-Goldman Sachs Analyst: "Major War" Coming End Of 2012:
Dennis Ng, http://www.MasterYourFinance.com
Gerald Celente : what's goin on now is the begining of the first war of the 21st century ....it is not about democracy otr theocracy or religion it is about the bottom line : Oil and money , the worldwide unrests are caused by three things particularly high unemployment particularly among the youth , think about it people 18 to 28 years old the hormones are raging and they have degrees in worthlessness , the second element is corruption , they know how corrupt things are and they know that they are never gonna get a fare shake thirdly is rising prices , food prices for example are at all time highs....."....this is not just about the middle east and north Africa this is one domino falling after another for real and we are looking at the whole economic system has been pumped up by those digital dollars not worth the paper they were not printed on " the market is a whole rigged job and big Ponzi scheme " we are looking at the first big war of the 21st century and people better prepare for it ...this is not going to stop and anybody that believes that our leaders have the answers to solve this , they better grow up..." Gerald Celente added