(Alex Newman) With almost unlimited capital, Wall Street moneymen use it to centralize government. Their plans smack of worldwide crony capitalism, with government rules made to order.
QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I found your recent article on inflation and contagions fascinating. Am I correct in summing it up that today because currencies are not commodity based, they rise and fall on anticipation of political events whereas under precious metals contagions took place by one country debasing compared to another?
(Martin Armstrong) QUESTION: Dear Martin,
I have been researching facts about history and there is strong evidence that what we were taught in school doesn’t fit with the reality.
(Anna Von Reitz) I have been asked to comment on HJR 192 and the whole subject of Congressional Intent.
(Martin Armstrong) QUESTION:Mr. Armstrong; You pick themes that are not really just political on the surface, but beneath you are connecting the dots economically. This is what I read between the lines for you do not always emphasize it in every post why you will address issues like migration and civil unrest. Are these serious issues to the economic backdrop?
(Justin Deschamps) When it comes to corruption, arguably the financial system is one of the most corrupt institutions on earth. As the following article details, various powerful actors on the world stage have carefully created a system that serves the elite at the cost of everyone else. But in our efforts to understand the problems of this world we should be careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
(Dawn Luger) Leave it to the government to break the very rules they themselves have put into place. The Pentagon is supposed to keep an accounting record of monetary transactions, yet they can’t account for $21 trillion of spent money.
(Richard Enos) The website endthefed.org introduces us to the Federal Reserve as follows:
(Rob Chatwin) No one is immune to debt, and the majority of us are in some form of financial debt (1, 2, 3). Studies show that not having enough money, and especially being in debt, causes serious physical and mental distress (1, 2, 3). This article investigates why banks put people into debt, and uncovers why a world without any debt is completely possible.
(Daniel J. Mitchell) I’m conflicted. I’ve repeatedly expressed skepticism about the idea of governments providing a “basic income” because I fear the work ethic will (further) erode if people automatically receive a substantial chunk of money.
(Justin Deschamps) Make no mistake, the financial system has been manipulated for an extremely long time. Bill Still is just one historian who has revealed the use of financial systems to augment society reaching back to the Roman times. Today, our financial system is largely based on fiat, or without any material backing, such as gold or silver. But even this isn’t a completely accurate belief.
(Jack Burns) As the opioid crisis continues, pharmaceutical companies continue to pay politicians to look the other way, and the federal government fails to push for legitimate solutions.
(Matt Agorist) As Morgan Stanley rakes in record-breaking billion dollar profits, their outlook on the rest of the market is bleak and according to the megabank, the recent crash in the stock market was just a taste of things to come. Related CEO of JP Morgan Chase: ALL Cryptocurrency Will Be Under Government Control Source – Activist […]
(Matt Agorist) Last year, the state of Arizona went after the federal government’s attack on gold and silver by eliminating the capital gains taxes on precious metals. This paved the way to deal a massive blow to the Federal Reserve and end their monopoly on money. Related CEO of JP Morgan Chase: ALL Cryptocurrency Will Be Under […]
(Dave Kranzler) “This time it’s different.” That quote is from Sir John Templeton, a legendary investor who is considered the father of the modern mutual fund industry. For most of the month of December, I’ve been hearing ads from mortgage brokers who are promoting the idea of refinancing your house in order to take care […]