Sunday, April 26, 2009

Open Letter to the United States Congress Concerning Martin Armstrong

Below was posted by a viewer:

OPEN LETTER TO CONGRESS CONCERNING MARTIN ARMSTRONG: Economist/Researcher/Entrepreneur Martin Armstrong may hold a vital key to resolving current dilemmas facing Government.

The circumstances through which Mr. Armstrong came to be investigated and imprisoned lend to the perception that he is a target of high level official retaliation.

Mr. Armstrong was recently able to release an essay that he manually typed while incarcerated. Dated October 10th, 2008 “It’s Just Time”
It explains the circumstances of his imprisonment and outlines work of his that the government was seeking to obtain. The implications are profound and the veracity of the information is evident in the accuracy of its data.

He has been held almost 9 years for contempt of court (perhaps the longest on record for contempt) and has only recently been transferred to begin an additional 5 year sentence for his original alleged crime of securities fraud. He has been held longer than the alleged crimes warranted already. The clients who where affected by his arrest and the seizure of his accounts have all been repaid 100%.

After making my own investigation of the matter it would appear that an asset of considerable importance is being neglected to our nation’s peril. Mr. Armstrong has stated previous willingness to cooperate with the government in the use and application of his predictive “Economic Confidence Models”.

It is my perception that an official inability to recognize that the researcher’s refusal to sell or deliver his source code to the CIA when requested, was simply beyond his moral or ethical capacity; analogous to being given the option of destroying the planet or going to prison, or being asked to sell your own head. To Mr. Armstrong the information that is being sought IS part of him.

This is a misunderstanding generated in a clash of egos at the practical level. Perhaps if the government had approached him with an 8(a) HUB Zone mentor and a contract instead of Black Op heavies Mr. Armstrong would be free to ply his trade, his clientèle more prosperous and our nation better equipped to face the future.

Please familiarize yourself with the situation by looking at the links provided.
(You may have to cut and paste URL’s into your address bar on your browser if you have a contact form instead of email)

"The Business Cycle And The Future"

MARTIN ARTHUR ARMSTRONG 12518-050 59-White-M 09-02-2011 FORT DIX FCI

Contact your representative:

We are in the midst of very dangerous times in our country and around the world. Minds like Mr. Armstrong’s are needed to help develop solutions to the fluid and manifold crises we face. We do harm to ourselves and the world by persecuting our brightest minds when they threaten the illusion of control to which the power elite cling.

Thank you for your consideration in this matter.


gofordream75 said...

In which article did he change his view?

He no longer sees Depression?

Admin said...

He does see depression as expressed in a recent article. In the 1990's he stated that we cannot have a depression with a fiat currency. Inflation was the viewpoint then, because government can just keep printing, which is what they are doing. I think his current argument is that once capital has been destroyed wholesale by the banksters as now, then this forces a depressionary collapse.

gofordream75 said...

Thank you.

Keep up the great work.

Dave Narby said...

I think you meant deflationary collapse.

Debt levels (all money is debt) have reached astronomical (literally) levels.

Suddenly Stoopid said...

I just read an article that quoted Obama saying to the Ghanian parliment "No person wants to live in a society where the rule of law gives way to the rule of brutality and bribery. That is not democracy, that is tyranny, and now is the time for it to end."
This seems close to Martins views. What are his views on the current presidency?

Admin said...

Hey Suddenly,

Martin's view of Obama is that Obama is likely to be tempted to fly into the light of Socialism (he drew a picture of world leaders including Obama portrayed as insects with wings that are flying into the bug light of socialism). More government control of private enterprise is not the answer to wealth creation. As Marty said before, historically the best civilizations have has a balance between government regulation and private enterprise which is innovative and stimulates productivity. Both need each other, but don't work well if either gets unlimited control.

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