Martin Armstrong: How ALL Systems Can Collapse Overnight

by | Aug 7, 2009 | Forecasting, Martin Armstrong | 5 comments

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    Martin Armstrong, former chairman of Princeton Economics International, Ltd. and the Foundation of the Study of Cycles, discusses historical, current and future economic trends.

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      1. Patrick

        Just curious, but why is the quality of this document so atrocious?

      2. admin

        Great question Patrick, and I think i have the answer for you.

        Mr. Armstrong types his work on a regular typewriter from a prison cell! I think he then either scans the document in or mails it to a few people for publishing online. From my understanding, he does not have a word processor accessible to him.

        If you read any of Mr. Armstrong’s earlier writings, you may notice a different typewriter. This is because he had to get a new one after he was attacked in his cell and the original typewriter was used to beat him in an attempted murder (assassination, some claim…).

        You can read more about this, Goldman Sachs, and why Martin Armstrong is in prison by reading “Looking Behind the Curtain” at http://www.scribd.com/doc/14227076/Looking-Behind-the-Curtain4909 . This one is a very good read.

        Mac

      3. Patrick

        Hi Mac, yes, I did know that he is in jail, but I also noticed that he’s able to include images and stock charts of the Nasdaq, etc., so he must have access to a computer and word processing equipment of some sort, right?  That’s mainly why I found it curious that the quality of the pdf files was so bad.  Thank youfor your reply!

      4. admin

        you make a good point about the images. It looks like many of the images are illustrations, but some of the graphs may be computer generated, though it is hard to tell because of the low quality of the images.

        Perhaps it is just the scan quality? Hard to say. I put up with it because the content of the writings is exceptional.

        Mac

      5. Russ

        He may get the charts from a newspaper, some of the images are drawn by hand, including portraits of people. He is a very good artist as well as an intellectual. Renaisance man in trouble.

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