Q. Will North Korea and South Korea break out into a war anytime soon?
A. I see that even when they appear to get along, there is always tension due to the differences in government- I see it as a timer ready to go off. I also see that at some point (not soon) but within the next five years China will end up getting involved (later followed by with Russia) to try to influence all of Korea to be communist.
A. I don't see it (Chinese government / economy) collapsing any time soon. In fact, they are setting themselves up to be a real power in the World. To some extent China needs the US to buy their stuff, so the collapse of the dollar would effect China, but not for long. (During the adjustment of the new currency America won't being buying the goods in the same quantity as we are doing now.) This somehow looks like a hiccup, but not enough to collapse their system. They are saving ahead for this occasion now, and are fully anticipating the effects (hoarding real gold, real property and not dollars). Once they are in control of the currency they will get that much stronger. I do not see a collapse.
Q Will Japanese economy regain their superpower like they did in late 80's? When will it be?
A. I see Japan as stable, but they don't look like a front runner. I see the trend being China being very powerful, followed by Russia (because the two of them team up). They will try to get other countries to adopt their beliefs... I cannot see Japan really rising, but I don't see them fail either. They look to remain fairly "flat" as far as where they move within the world.
A. I see Narendra Modi as strict, which is a good thing for keeping the economy stable. I also see him as someone that causes people to feel slightly intimidated, therefore he isn't questioned too much. He is serious, but really has his mind in the right place- he believes he is doing the right thing for India.
I do not see India becoming a super power though. I ask myself why.. I get it is because they don't "make" enough things. They produce items for export, but there is some imbalance as far as how they make their money. I get that much of their revenue comes from US (and other companies) operating in India. If that balance were to shift, it would be a severe hit to the economy. I hear something about much of what India has is "intellectual property" but not in their own physical property or assets. ???
Q. I was wondering if you could focus on the Philippines, if things will get better there.
A. The students are definitely getting attention, and the Taiwan government wants this to end. I get a lot of persistence with the students too- they won't give up easy, and the government realizes this. The government wants the protest over, and doesn't want it to grow bigger, but in a sense they don't want to change their agreement that has been made. I see they agree (the government) to re-evaluate the agreement, but don't really intend to do anything other than get this protest over. Eventually the government will get their way. I do see a litte bullying (It looks intense, ugly and a little fearful), I see the government telling the protesters what they want to hear enough that they start to believe that an agreement for change is on the horizon.
A. I get a sense of strictness and see that Russia is almost ruthless in preserving what they are trying to build. They want to be one of the super powers again. Anyone who would rise against this will be stopped and I get a "zero tolerance" for anyone being outspoken. They only way to avert this is to have other countries use their influence to stop it, but even then I see it as very difficult. I keep seeing Hitler and how he was with Germany, and I get that same level of "no tolerance for disobedience" when I focus on Russia.
Q. Could you please do a reading on the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar? Will it happen and how much will the new Dinar be worth? When might this take place?
A. I do see the dinar holding value (I am referring to what looks like a gold coin and not what looks like paper money). Within the next 18 months i see the value going up (in relation to the continued inflation that is continually devaluing the dollar). As the dollar loses value, the dinar will continue to increase. I also see this currency being recognized as far as a being able to buy oil with (they currently do the exchange in dollars but I see that changing over to gold as well ??). I don't have a specific value, but I do see it as rising.
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