Wait wait wait, dude, did you just imply that skepticism in psychic phenomena is the cause of the downfall of Western society?
No one here has addressed whether or not there are psychic people out there. The skepticism is about this 'Doctor' Turi's abilities in particular. This is just a particularly obvious case of a con. The predictions are too general - they're formulated so that anybody who wants to believe in this guy can find his prophecies to be 'true' in some limited sense. If he had better predictions, sharper predictions, he would share them with us all for the sake of his own credibility.
I don't know if psychic ability is real, always an act, just coincidence, or some mixture of the three. However, I have known far, far more convincing purported psychics than this guy. People who can tell you what number you're thinking of, consistently, or pick the cards on top of a shuffled deck, or predict your pet's death to the date. These types of events are much more specific, much more testable, and much more impressive than the generalizations you've presented here.