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Newsthe economist said what should happen in June

the economist said what should happen in June

In June this year, a very large-scale catastrophe could occur in the world.

This forecast was expressed by economist Mikhail Khazin, according to the TELMENEWS.RU news agency.

Speaking on Solovyov Live, the expert said that over the past few weeks the number of extremely disturbing news around the world has increased dramatically. As the expert believes, this suggests that this whole chain of disasters should end in some kind of apotheosis.

One of the options for such a cataclysm could be a default in the United States, believes the economist. If this happens, then this event will certainly cause a shock not only directly in America itself, but throughout the world. The effect will be comparable to the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.

“When there are a lot of bubbles on the water, it most likely means it is about to boil. I think the culmination of catastrophic events awaits us in June,” Khazin explained.

At the same time, the expert also noted that, despite the fact that the coming catastrophe will indeed have very serious consequences, with its help the world elites will be able to start looking for a way out of the long-established global crisis situation. date. .

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