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November 26, 2012

Latest Blog Post from Martin Armstrong dated November 26, 2012

Filed under: Martin Armstrong — Tags: — totallygroovygirlfriday @ 12:16 pm

Click here for the latest blog post from Martin Armstrong entitled Government by Crisis dated November 26, 2012.

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  1. This is WHY I am so interested in Armstrong …

    “Just perhaps, I may have stumbled upon something extraordinary – that the economy is far more precise than anyone ever imagined. What is at stake is the entire economic-political structure. If what I stumbled upon is real, then how government operates is wrong, a delusion, will collapse into dust, and result in blaming someone else leading to war.”

    I’m soooooo intrigued by the premise that the economy runs on a cycle. It’s amazing to me!

    So WHAT is going to happen in 2013 and WHEN will TSHTF?

    Gerald Celente says WAR in 2013 … WWIII. Nukes?

    How does one prepare for such an event? It will be global!

    Celente says gold, guns and a getaway plan. But where are you going to run to?

    What are your plans?

    Comment by MikePhila — November 26, 2012 @ 8:29 pm

  2. Groovygirl is making plans to stay in the US. However, her passport is always up to date 🙂

    That is a good question: where. I think if things get that bad that “where” might be anywhere but the US. It is a relative question and depends on unknown future events.

    gg

    Comment by totallygroovygirlfriday — November 27, 2012 @ 12:15 pm

  3. Why do you accept that war is inevitable very soon? People have been hawking that line for years. The cycles that I see seem to indicate the next window for a major conflict is between 2020-2025. However, I have my doubts that it (world-wide conflict) will come to pass because of the Boomers. The most worldwide anti-war generation. The last cycle was 2001. Cooler heads prevented 9/11 from going global. Remember how some vocally demanded we drop nuclear bombs all over the Middle East? The Boomers biggest mistake was not controlling its sociopaths and choosing to “live and let live.” Every generation has its psychopaths, but most generations control them better.

    Comment by icd — November 27, 2012 @ 6:06 pm

  4. We’ve been at war almost non-stop since 1991. We have such a HUGE military complex that MUST be fed or the economy really goes off of the rails. People in the US LOVE war! Including the boomers. They wrap it all up in a flag of patriotism, but war sucks! Been there… Done that.
    Historically governments go to war when economies get bad. It gives the public something else to think about so that politicians can get reelected. Sad but true. I’ll fight a war again if it is to protect our land, but I’m tired of Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, etc.. Iran is next. More war … This won could be the beginning of WW III.

    Comment by MikePhila — November 28, 2012 @ 10:20 am

  5. No, it won’t be WWIII. Think Rome. Think perhaps a century or two before the US is done.

    The Asians will become the hotbed of finance. Based in Singapore (remember when they used to use the public cane on lawbreakers? Not anymore). The US and EU will choose to be placid green areas. While Asia will be the red areas of commerce and nexus.

    War is dead. Or, will be soon.

    I expect peace to follow this stressful time. The US and EU people will be tired and unsupportive of wars and clever finance.

    Washington will have little energy and influence in the US. Mainly a tourist attraction.

    Comment by icd — November 29, 2012 @ 2:43 am

  6. I think Martin has lost it. I don’t wish to be cruel but perhaps his beating in prison has had an effect. He seems to be more irrational to me.

    I just use his cycles from major highs and lows and they work for me.

    I appreciate what I have learned but will stick with those concepts.

    All the best to you Martin.

    Comment by Voltaire — December 2, 2012 @ 8:19 am


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