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‘Aftershock’ Book Predicts Economic Disaster Amid Controversy
Monday, 25 Jul 2011 04:41 PM
http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Aftershock-book-predicts-economic/2011/07/25/id/404782
Forward Article Robert Wiedemer’s new book, “Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown,” quickly is becoming the survival guide for the 21st century. And Newsmax’s eye-opening Aftershock Survival Summit video, with exclusive interviews and prophetic predictions, already has affected millions around the world — but not without ruffling a few feathers.

Initially screened for a private audience, this gripping video exposed harsh economic truths and garnered an overwhelming amount of feedback.

“People were sitting up and taking notice, and they begged us to make the video public so they could easily share it,” said Newsmax Financial Publisher Aaron DeHoog.

But that wasn’t as simple as it seems. Various online networks repeatedly shut down the controversial video. “People were sending their friends and family to dead links, so we had to create a dedicated home for it,” DeHoog said.

(Editor's Note: Watch Bob Wiedemer’s Aftershock Survival Summit video)

This wasn’t the first time Wiedemer’s predictions hit a nerve. In 2006, he was one of three economists who co-authored a book correctly warning that the real estate boom and Wall Street bull run were about to end. A prediction Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and his predecessor, Alan Greenspan, were not about to support publicly.

Realizing that the worst was yet to come, Wiedemer and company quickly penned “Aftershock.” However, just before it was publicly released, the publisher yanked the final chapter, deeming it too controversial for newsstand and online outlets such as Amazon.com.

“We got lucky,” DeHoog said. “I happened to read the original version, which contained this ‘unpublished chapter,’ which I think is the most crucial in the entire book. Wiedemer gave Newsmax permission to share this chapter with our readers.”

With daily economic forecasts projecting doom and gloom and no recovery in sight, people need to learn how to survive economic disaster. During the past quarter alone, unemployment skyrocketed to 9 percent. Inflation continues to soar and the U.S. national debt crisis is still on the fence between raising the debt ceiling or massive budget cuts, with no resolution in sight.

During Newsmax’s Aftershock Survival Summit video, Wiedemer discusses the dire consequences of Washington, D.C.’s, bipartisan, multi-decade “borrow-and-spend” agenda. He also explores the inflation nightmare, the impending plunge in home prices, the looming collapse of the stock and bond markets, a possible historic surge in unemployment, and how to survive what life in America will be like in the days of the “Aftershock.”

Despite appearances, Aftershock is not a book with the singular intention of scaring the heck out of people. Although it does provide a harsh outlook for the economic future of America, the true value lies in the wealth of investment tips, analyses, predictions, budget advice, and sound economic guidance that people can act on immediately, offering a ray of recovery hope and an indispensable blueprint for life after shock.

Viewers of Newsmax’s Aftershock Survival Summit video heard detailed advice for handling credit card debt, home and car loans, life insurance, unemployment issues, how to beat inflation, making personal budget cuts and many more recovery tools to survive the economic aftershock. They also took advantage of a special Newsmax offer for a free copy of the new edition of “Aftershock,” which includes the final “unpublished chapter.”

(Editor's Note: Watch Bob Wiedemer’s Aftershock Survival Summit video)

For a limited time, Newsmax is showing the Aftershock Survival Summit and supplying viewers with free copies of the “Aftershock” book (while supplies last).



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Guest


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Unlike many conservatives, I don't frequent conserv blogs. I know they are full of info, but the story gets depressing after a while. I just can't find a credible rosy outlook anywhere. Even the libs seem to be in total damage control and the WH seems chaotic. Obama is at the podium calling on Congress to vote on his stimulus bill while AT THE VERY SAME TIME Reid is tabling the bill so nobody can vote on it. The Dems even strip the Repubs of all debate ability on the stimiulus bill while idiotically calling the Repubs the "party of no". What in the hell is THAT? Holder apparantly either totally dropped the ball on the Phoenix program or is a liar. You couldn't write these scenarios and keep a straight face.These are the signs of panic and disorganization. Fortunately for the Dems, they always have the "It's George Bush's fault" argument. They love that and STILL USE IT!

SSC


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Holder is guilty as sin and will go down in the end, but the trail is not stopping with him Obama is not going to get out of this either.
The blame Bush excuse is as lame as a one legged duck. Obama has proved he is nothing but a street mentality wanna be . President ..no..!! Reed blocking the vote , when Obama was calling for an immediate vote shows just how weak the Dems have gotten. Their ranks are running like dogs in the opposite direction. I am not crazy about the Repub. field right now but anything is better than the mess we are in now. I was leaning toward Perry but his immigration stance is very weak, being a border state I expect better from him.

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Agreed and "Phoenix" was wrong, it's "Fast and Furious".

Either I agreed with you or you agreed with me, but I think we agreed that there is good reason to think Obama never counted on a 2nd. term.

runawayhorses


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I don't think Obama will have a second term. Whether or not he counted on it I have no idea. Probably not.

I think the biggest reason Obama will not have a second term is the shape the economy is in right now. Unless he can miraculously turn it around he will not be reelected. I have no idea who can. One person or president doesn't have the answers. Any politician that says they do is kidding themselves and the public. It may be there theory.. Its takes many people to figure out complex issue like that. One person (president elect) doesn't hold the answers.

I wish Jeb Bush was running I'd vote for him, not because I think he holds the answers to our economy problems, but because Obama didn't fix it I'd go with Jeb Bush. He could get advice from his father and brother on other issues too if he needed it. That's a plus. But he ain't running so forget that.

rosco 357


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i have no opinion on the next election, right now, but as clinton said and i have repeated here before
, " its the economy stupid," but the reason i cant tell how it will go, is i dont see a shining star on the republican side,, as of now, so i think that keeps obama in the race, but time for things to develop, i will wait and watch, take care

runawayhorses


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Yeah you might be right on that Obama doesn't really have any competition right now. So I will retract my statement that Obama will not get a second term. He damn well could if no Republican steps up to the plate that can beat him. I don't see any right now.

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runawayhorses wrote:Yeah you might be right on that Obama doesn't really have any competition right now. So I will retract my statement that Obama will not get a second term. He damn well could if no Republican steps up to the plate that can beat him. I don't see any right now.
I think Romney can beat him, but I don't like Romney.

SSC


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I agree Moon but I am also not a big Romney fan.

rosco 357


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i will make a statement but not argue the point , just giving a view or guess, which may be totally wrong and not work out that way, but watch and see if im even close, , now in the election if Romney is the candidate the conservatives would probably vote for him no matter, , but in a republican primary, i think being a Mormon will hurt him in the south,in some states,just an opinion when he is among other republican candidate choices , but not in other parts of the country and just certain very conservative southern states which dont carry alot of weight, this is just something to watch with nothing to back it up just a feeling. and curious to see if it turns out that way, but i may be way wrong., like i said a feeling.

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rosco 357 wrote:i will make a statement but not argue the point , just giving a view or guess, which may be totally wrong and not work out that way, but watch and see if im even close, , now in the election if Romney is the candidate the conservatives would probably vote for him no matter, , but in a republican primary, i think being a Mormon will hurt him in the south,in some states,just an opinion when he is among other republican candidate choices , but not in other parts of the country and just certain very conservative southern states which dont carry alot of weight, this is just something to watch with nothing to back it up just a feeling. and curious to see if it turns out that way, but i may be way wrong., like i said a feeling.
As long as we're being so agreeable; I'll agree with you. This is funny. Romney's religion irks me more than it does religious people. They see Mormonism as another legitimate religion. I don't. Like islam, it was started by a nut-case with a messiah complex.

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