While the mainstream financial media peddled the delusion that the unfolding economic crash was merely a short term “correction,” Infowars once again predicted the great crash of 2015 far in advance.
Even as late as last week, news outlets like CNBC were urging viewers to invest in the stock market, ludicrously suggesting that the market was simply having a “dull year” and that this would be “good for investors”.
Even as the Dow plunged over 500 points on Friday, Bloomberg reported that the global selloff was just a “correction”.
Back in July, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew insisted that Chinese markets were “separated from world markets,” assuring investors that a collapse was not imminent.
After the Dow Jones suffered a further 1,000 point plunge at one point this morning, all of those assurances are now looking completely ridiculous.
Nine months ago we warned that the elite were planning for widespread civil unrest in the aftermath of a “financial collapse”.
“Widespread dislocation is only likely to occur in the aftermath of an economic collapse which impacts a huge number of Americans,” the report stated.
Back in January, we also highlighted how the wealthy were buying remote hideaways in places like New Zealand to prepare for domestic disorder that would arise as a result of growing wealth inequality and an economic collapse.
Those sentiments were echoed this morning by Damien McBride, former advisor to Gordon Brown, who is predicting a crisis 20 times worse than 2008, warning people to stock up on canned food and to “get hard cash in a safe place now”.
Almost every day for the whole of 2015 we have featured lengthy articles by Michael Snyder and others warning that this collapse was coming around August/September 2015.
Guests like Harry Dent, Gerald Celente and Peter Schiff also routinely appeared on the Alex Jones Show warning that the bubble would pop towards the end of summer.
Dent warned of “the great crash” over 3 years ago, making similar statements one year ago, seven months ago and one week ago.
Schiff also appeared on the Alex Jones Show seven months ago to assert that markets were in their “final bubble” before a “total collapse”.
Just like in 2006, when Schiff and others like Ron Paul were laughed at for saying the housing collapse and an economic crisis was imminent, the so-called “doomsayers,” including Infowars, have been proven right once again.