My Two Bold Predictions for 2024

by Andrew Zatlin

Last year, I predicted Israel would bomb Iran in 2023.

Sure enough, there were explosions this week at Iran’s Isfahan Nuclear Technical Center.

So, what’s in store for 2024?

I’ve got two predictions…

For a transcript of this video, see below. This transcript has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

My Two Bold Predictions for 2024

If you thought 2023 was crazy, buckle up.

I’m convinced 2024 will bring about two major events:

  1. The end of Joe Biden’s presidency.
  2. The emergence of a major new U.S. foreign ally.

Let’s start with the situation in Washington…

A Placeholder President

Without mincing words, Joe Biden is a “placeholder” President.

Not only was he elected because people wanted to see anyone in the Oval Office other than Donald Trump…

But he was also elected because of a unique scenario.

You see, in 2020, tens of millions of voters were out of work. They had time to spare, and for the first time in a while, they could actually get to the polls and vote.

The thing is, a lot of these voters were Democrats. And that helped pushed Biden across the finish line.

Don’t expect that to happen in 2024. Even Democrats aren’t thrilled with the idea of four more years of Biden.

Instead, they’re going to push for this man…

From California to Washington?

This is Gavin Newsom, the Governor of California.

Newsom is an attractive candidate. Not only do I mean that literally — his looks remind some voters of JFK — but also in the sense that he has bona fide credentials.

I expect the Democrats to pull off a bait and switch. Lest you think I’m crazy, keep in mind that it’s a tactic this party has pulled off before.

Two elections ago, the Democrats swapped Bernie Sanders out for Hillary Clinton, and did so at the last minute. Sanders was the front-runner going into the national convention. But then, boom — out came Hillary.

The following election, Hillary was the supposed front-runner. But at the eleventh hour, Biden swooped in to take the nomination. Expect the same thing to happen again with Newsom.

In the meantime, let’s turn our attention overseas…

A New U.S. Ally?

Many experts are focused on Russia, China, and Iran.

As for me, I’m concentrating on a nation that’s close to all three of them.

It’s a landlocked country that’s home to 20 million people, and it’s a place you might not be familiar with: Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan will play a huge role in 2024. A big reason why is the old real-estate adage: location, location, location. Take a look:

As you can see, this country borders Russia. It borders China. And it’s not far from Iran. In other words, it’s in the backyards of three U.S. enemies.

Furthermore, Kazakhstan is stable and resource-rich. It’s the world’s 53rd richest country and has an abundance of oil and uranium.

Simply put, it’s a powerhouse. But it needs America’s help…

America to the Rescue

You see, Kazakhstan is so big that it just can’t defend itself. It can’t protect its oil reserves and other assets without help.

That’s where the U.S. will play a role. In fact, Kazakhstan has already started inching toward a relationship with America.

When Russia first attacked Ukraine, it tried to garner support from former Soviet states. But Kazakhstan told Russia to pound sand.

More recently, the country announced it’s going to sell its Soviet-made planes and look to buy elsewhere. Where might it look? You guessed it — America.

Russia doesn’t want to see Kazakhstan more aligned with the U.S. But this alignment may be inevitable. In fact, here’s what I’m forecasting…

What’s in Store for 2024

Don’t be surprised to see American oil companies knocking on the doors of Kazakhstan businesses with friendly faces. Same goes with uranium miners.

I think we’ll see a lot of bilateral efforts, and this could re-shape the geopolitical landscape in the year to come.

This year has been quite the rollercoaster. Now let’s see what 2024 has in store for us.

We’re in it to win it. Zatlin out.



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