Interview of Marjorie Théry of L’Agefi with Christian Takushi, MA UZH. 6 Oct 2015 Geneva – Switzerland.
Marjorie Théry interviewed Christian Takushi after he delivered a keynote speech at the annual Geneva Investment Conference (Invest 15) on 30 September and 1 October 2015. Some 2’000 investors attended the event. He explained how Global Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Trends are increasingly converging and that during 2015-2018 maximum tensions are expected.
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At the Conference Ch.Takushi shared his key 10 predictions for the World over the next decade
Takushi has been warning of these likely events/trends since 2010 at numerous speeches, this means most of these forecasts have been maintained over the past few years. They were part of the framework for the interview.
1.Stronger Swiss Franc driven by macro-geopolitical factors
2.Return of old conflicts in East Asia, South Asia & Middle East as imploding Labor Forces lead China, Russia, Japan, Thailand, Korea .. to deflect (Arms Race!)
3.Global Crisis & Market Crash during Aug-Oct 2015, start to 2015-2018 Super Crisis period as half of global geopolitical & macro trends overlap
4.A “US-Iran” Deal gives NATO access to Iranian gas/oil, but leads to 2 large-scale wars in Middle East. Israel to sign peace treaty & build (rebuild) 3rd Temple
5.Center of Christianity shifts to Asia, Africa and Latin America – China becomes largest Christian nation in the world
6.China fails to overtake the USA as global superpower by her own means, while West is entrapped in China. USA resurges but on an extreme cost competitiveness. USA to power ahead after 2025 if it can avert disaster. China & Germany feed each other’s rise.
7.Debasing of paper-currencies leads to Global Currency Reform & wealth transfers
8.Phasing out of Democracy and Market Economy on a global scale
9.Large-scale preparations for extraordinary natural catastrophes & events
10.Russia & Germany move closer – Artic route and Indian Ocean, game changers