onsdag 1 januari 2014

Gerald Celente om 2014 - Direktdemokrati kan få "muren att falla" i väst & USA

Gerald Celente berättar vad han tror att vi kan förvänta oss av 2014.


Celente: 2014 will be a year of extremes

Publicerad den 31 dec 2013
People have tried (with varying success) to predict the future, from soothsayers to reading tea leaves, from Nostradamus to calling Miss Cleo. 

But one man, Gerald Celente, has made a career out of forecasting trends as the founder of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of "Trends Journal." RT's Anastasia Churkina sits down with Celente to talk about his predictions for 2014.

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Gerald Celente om 2014 - Direktdemokrati kan få "muren att falla" i väst & USA

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  1. -White House ‘We the People’ petitions unanswered two years later-

    January 03, 2014

    The Obama administration has touted the White House website’s ‘We the People’ section as a powerful platform for the American public to petition their government. According to a new report, however, those solicitations are all too rarely acknowledged.

    “When I ran for this office, I pledged to make government more open and accountable to its citizens,” United States President Barack Obama wrote on WhiteHouse.gov back in September 2011. He was unveiling at the time the website’s new ‘We the People’ feature, and said the addition of it would be “giving Americans a direct line to the White House on the issues and concerns that matter most to them.”

    “Soon, anyone will be able to create or sign a petition at WhiteHouse.gov seeking action from the federal government on a range of issues,” senior advisor David Plouffe added at the time. “If a petition gathers enough signatures, the White House staff will review it, make sure it gets to Obama Administration policy experts and issue an official response.”

    But 27 months later, an investigation conducted by federal technology site NextGov has revealed that many of the petitions that have met the criteria needed for a response have been long ignored by the administration — including at least one that’s been in limbo for over two years.

    “There are currently 30 We the People petitions that have crossed the threshold for an official White House reply but not yet gotten one, including eight that have been waiting more than one year,” Joseph Marks wrote for NextGov on Thursday this week.

    On average, Marks added, those petitions have been waiting around 10 months apiece so far for a response. [...]




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