(...) Blockades at the borders. Suddenly something will happen that there will be blockades at the borders from state to state. Who knows if there will be no blockades on the borders from Ukraine, or maybe Belarus, but I associate this region more. And it's like people will block those borders. Ladies and Gentlemen, I have the impression, I have already mentioned June, that June will be very important. A few things could happen in June that I would say will affect the world. First of all, the stock market crisis, and also finance in the west. I have a feeling that suddenly there will be talk of another bank failure, five or six in the United States. This will cause such decreases, but they will be moderate. Before a deep crash comes a shallow crisis. It won't even be called a crash, but a shallow crisis. It won't last long, because there will even be slight upward bounces. And at the moment when these will be gentle upward bounces, there will be a crash, a collapse. I associate this crash with a certain cycle that begins to pass. I associate this crash with its beginning, that is April. And that's what I said last year. However, the end of this cycle is June, July.
(...) June and July, with an indication of June, may already be a serious slump, but in my opinion the pattern will be as follows: there will be talk of five or six banks in the US, so remember, something is wrong with these banks. And then I have a feeling that this information will cause declines, but it will not be a crash, but declines. It's going to be considered a short-term dip, then there's a little bit of an up, and all of a sudden it's going to crash, all of a sudden it's going to hit down. That's how it feels to me.
(...) I have the impression that this crash should already take place, but it is being stopped at all costs. It is known that the economy is governed by its own laws, but in Western countries we have had an economy in a sense contractual, discretionary, indebted. In fact, if you evaluate all the debts that Western countries have, this crash is obvious. It should have been long ago.
(...) This crash can be deliberately released into the world to stir up this stagnation in the world, which is now stagnation, in which neither the one nor the other, i.e. the west and the east, are able to really take a step forward. There is stalemate. So this crash could be part of some fresh breeze, negative, but fresh wind to the stalemate that is now, which is definitely bad for the United States. Nobody is in a hurry for a big global war. European countries are unlikely to engage in any war, and the United States is, in a sense, cornered by Asia.
(...) Ladies and gentlemen, if there was a crash, there would be limits. Whatever we have, whoever has deposited money, or bank, value, there will be absolute limits to the possibility of withdrawing money. Ladies and Gentlemen, it's still strange, but let me tell you, the crash that is about to take place will cause people to take to the streets in many countries, but it will not do them any good. But people will take to the streets, they will protest.
(...) Ladies and Gentlemen, I am internally convinced that this sudden, outstretched hand of China and Russia for world domination, but it is mainly about China, did not come from a whim. This desire to dominate came from a completely different situation. Namely, from the situation that began to happen in 2020. From the pandemic situation. The world was about to change then. Who knows where we would be right now. Someone didn't like it and there was a rebellion. And if there was this rebellion, it's not just that someone disagreed with it, it's a confrontation. Many countries wanted to change the world. We all remember what the narrative was then and how we were spoken to and what happened. This narrative has disappeared and we now have some kind of unclear situation in the world.