Blog/Q&A

Carving Up the Middle East

QUESTION: Why did ISIS target France rather than Germany? Someone said it was France who created Syria. Is that really true? ANSWER: Germany is not actually a [...]

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Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions & the Economic Confidence Model

QUESTION: Martin, Is there any conceptual common nonlinear resonance ground shared between the ECM and the underlying theory explaining LENR? JAJ ANSWER: Low [...]

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Reforming the Federal Reserve

QUESTION: In your Nov. 15 blog you said about the Fed “ I do not think in its present form it should be owned by banks collecting 6%. I would advocate a [...]

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Fed vs. Congress vs. Bankers

QUESTION: Don’t you think it is wrong that the private banks own the institution that administers them. ANSWER: You have to understand the original intent of the [...]

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Congress vs. Federal Reserve

QUESTION: the big question: WHY do USA still have the FED (a private company) dictating the USA economy????????? MK ANSWER: Very simple. The Fed was originally a [...]

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Market Manipulation Confusion

QUESTION: You say that long-term manipulations are impossible while short-term manipulations have been the focus of the bankers. Do you mean to say that not even [...]

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Manipulations & Exaggerations

QUESTION: Why do you say the banks do short-term manipulations but not constant manipulations? ANSWER: Because it is absurd. There is no profit in perpetual [...]

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Proprietary Trading of Banks Coming to an End?

QUESTION: Marty, I heard that banks are actually shutting down proprietary trading. Is that true? Does that mean the manipulations are coming to an end? Cheers FP [...]

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Money Is Also Perishable – Debasement & Devaluation Easier Than Taxing or Defaulting

QUESTION: Martin; Why in the world anyone would invest in government debt when they all default in the end? GH ANSWER: Honestly, most people are oblivious to the [...]

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First Sovereign Debt Default in the 4th Century BC

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I read this time its different by Rogoff. While it is interesting about sovereign defaults, he clearly does not go back into ancient times [...]

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