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Ray Dalio Predicts Civil War In The Next 10 Years


Ray Dalio is an incredibly wise and knowledgable man.

The billionaire hedge fund manager believes that the odds of us entering into a full-blown civil war in the next 10 years are roughly 30%…

This is an enormous number, and it has to be said: his prediction only accounts for the near term future.

What happens when we project these numbers out 20 years? 30 years?

Personally, I ascribe to Dalio’s views, and I have believed that we are heading towards a civil war for an extremely long time now.

We are in a loveless marriage, and the unchecked growth of the government is completely unsustainable. Alphabet agencies and an army of bureaucrats have besieged Americans on all sides.

While this cancerous growth is spreading it is feeding on the scores of insane leftists and statists in our country right now.

We don’t like them, and they don’t like us.

Something has got to give ladies and gentlemen….

Take a look:

Daily Mail had more on Dalio’s warnings:

‘For example, when close elections are adjudicated and the losers respect the decisions, it is clear that the order is respected,’ he writes.

‘When power is fought over and grabbed, that clearly signals the significant risk of a revolutionary change with all its attendant disorder.’

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He notes that people, including high-ranking officials, have openly doubted the validity of recent elections and expressed their willingness to fight for their beliefs.

According to Fox Business, this is not the first time Dalio has voiced these concerns:

Dalio said over the weekend that the U.S. is at an “inflection point between entering the type of hell of fighting or pulling back to work together for peace and prosperity that addresses the big wealth, values, and opportunity gaps we’re now seeing.”

Dalio characterized the current financial state of the country as terrible and its political character terribly divided.


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