These were the prophetic words spoken to Aaron DeHoog, Financial Publisher of Newsmax Media, by famed economist and New York Times best-selling author Robert Wiedemer, at a private dinner in Palm Beach, Fla.
“You see, the medicine will become the poison,” Wiedemer continued, as he pulled a worn manila envelope from his briefcase.
Skeptical of his claims at first, DeHoog was convinced when Wiedemer showed him the chilling evidence using five indisputable charts ().
The very next day, Wiedemer stopped by DeHoog’s office to record an interview for an invitation-only audience explaining how America got itself into this mess, and how this select group could find safe, secure investments during these tumultuous times.
Unfortunately, many media outlets have banned Wiedemer’s video, labeling it too controversial. Some have called it “The Video That Will Get Obama Fired,” but that was never Wiedemer’s intention.
He does, however, unapologetically name those who paved this road to perdition.
Wiedemer says the blame lies squarely on those whose job it was to avoid the exact situation we find ourselves in, including current Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and former Chairman Alan Greenspan, tasked with preventing financial meltdowns and keeping the nation’s economy strong through monetary and credit policies.
At one point, Wiedemer even calls out Bernanke, saying that his “money from heaven will be the path to hell.”
The interview has become a wake-up call for those unprepared (or unwilling) to acknowledge an ugly truth: The country’s financial “rescue” devised in Washington has failed miserably.
But it’s not just the grim predictions that are causing the sensation in Wiedemer’s video interview. Rather, it’s his comprehensive blueprint for economic survival that’s really commanding global attention. (It has now been seen over 40 million times.)
DeHoog believes the interview offers realistic, step-by-step solutions that the average hard-working American can easily follow.
“People were sitting up and taking notice, and they begged us to make the interview public so they could easily share it,” DeHoog said.
Asked if he was concerned that Wiedemer might be wrong about his predictions, DeHoog commented, “Absolutely not. Our real concern is this — what if only half of Wiedemer’s predictions come true?
“That’s a scary thought for sure. We want the average American to be prepared, and that is why we will continue to push this video to as many outlets as we can. We want the word to spread.”