Journalist/Author James Howard Kunstler says, “We have epochal divergence between reality and truth . . . When you divorce them from each other, you start to get a society that’s in trouble.” Kunstler, who cut his teeth at Rolling Stone magazine in the 70’s, has seen plenty, but nothing like what’s going on now.
“The banking system has been kept going on accounting fraud since the crash of 2008,” says Kunstler. He says the banks are “. . . holding leadership hostage in an attempt to desperately keep our economic system going at all costs.”
If you want a no-nonsense look at the world and where we are heading, you talk to a journalist who has seen it all. James Howard Kunstler began his career in the 1970’s at Rolling Stone magazine. Thousands of articles and 11 books later, you have a writer with the experience to decipher a very complicated world.
The big story of our generation is the financial calamity we face, and Kunstler writes about it almost weekly on his site, Kunstler.com. He thinks “the global banking system is broke,” and world powers are “trying to conceal it.” Kunstler says, “All the loans are bad and we are pretending they’re not.”
The world is heading for a “lower standard of living,” and the only question is “how disorderly will that process be.” Greg Hunter goes one on one with James Howard Kunstler.