Blog/Q&A

Fractional Banking v Bond Market

COMMENT: Marty, I found your take on matching lenders and borrowers precisely on point. Whilst it sounds innovative, that is precisely what blew up with the [...]

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Comment from Retired Police Chief

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, Many cops do not think beyond a violation of a law to see the bigger picture of what is really going on, they buy into whatever reason is [...]

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Creating a Fourth Branch of Government

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Thanks again for the post on Griffin’s book and your short history lesson regarding the same. I’m sure your readers appreciate the [...]

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Income Tax Has Been Highly Destructive to Society

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I understand the income tax was introduced in 1913 with the creation of the Federal Reserve. Is it possible for a nation to survive [...]

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San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 & Regional Capital Flows

COMMENT:  Hi Marty, I quite enjoy your writing.  My understanding regarding the panic of ’07 is that it was at least partly the result of earthquake and San [...]

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The Federal Reserve: Part I “The Creature from Jekyll Island”

QUESTION: Hello Martin- Great work and I wish you the best. One question regarding your recent email alerts from your blog in regards to the “money out of thin [...]

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Aristotle & Education

COMMENT: Hello Martin, The volume and content of the work you are putting out is both phenomenal and sincerely appreciated. In relation to your recent topics on [...]

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The Forecaster in Belfast & Extended for a Week in London

QUESTION: Good morning Marty,   Will you be in Belfast this Sunday?    Thanks,   T ANSWER: No, sorry. My schedule has been so busy that I was unable to make it [...]

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Change Never Comes Without the Pain

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I can talk till I’m blue in the face and it just does not matter! I say to people they are going to ban cash because of taxes and cash [...]

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Reality of Hyperinflation – The External Alternative

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What did people really do during the German hyperinflation? It seems that all you hear about has been people running around with [...]

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