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Molotov Cocktail in Chief: “The Trump Years Are Going To Be Crazier Than You Think”

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Published on: January 19, 2017

Think you know what the Trump years will bring?

Probably none of us can guess what is really going to happen. Love or hate Donald Trump, the chances are pretty good that the next four years will be some of the most chaotic that the United States has ever seen.

The resetting of the economic landscape, and the further deterioration of the social fabric will weigh heavily over American affairs, while the country watches the spectacle of a president who could insult his way to the top, and possibly outweigh the intelligence and establishment groups in power behind the throne.

Riots and other forms of violence, economic breakdown and great wins and losses during the reversal and change in direction of fiscal policy will throw a monkey wrench into everything – and, “throw gasoline on a fire.”

Those who brought Trump to the forefront of American politics thought ‘throwing Trump was a molotov cocktail’… and chances are that they are right.

Wild cards are everywhere – Trump, Putin, the Fed, the CIA, Israel and the fate of the Middle East. Nothing will be predictable, and the true course of events may only be evident in hindsight.

With Trump, there are those who are trying to catch a spark… is revolution, civil war and unrest around the corner?

As this video from Storm Clouds Gathering explains:

Article posted with permission from SHTFPlan.com

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