Martin Armstrong

The Collapse Of American Free Press: Martin Armstrong Rages "It's Just Over"

"It is a sad day for journalism. It has never been so manipulative than it is today. This is truly the end of everything that made America the beacon of liberty for the world. It is just a hallow shell. To think that the parents of these journalists worked hard to make sure their children had a better life. They have disgraced their parents."

Merkel Ignores Nation's "Anxiety & Fear"; No Change To Open-Door Migration Policy

Merkel refuses to admit that she is wrong and will not reverse her refugee policy despite all the problems, attacks, rapes, and terror. This is the precise reason why career politicians are no longer acceptable. They will never defend the people nor will they ever admit a mistake. She is making a decision for all of Europe and this amounts to a completely undemocratic position whereby no citizen of any other member States has any right to object or vote her out of office.

Hungary's PM Orban: Trump "Better Option For Europe"

"I am not Donald Trump's campaigner... I listened to (Trump) and I have to tell you that he made three proposals to stop terrorism. And as a European, I myself could not have drawn up better what Europe needs."

Martin Armstrong: "James Comey Had No Problem Keeping Me In Prison Without Any Charges"

James Comey was the chief prosecutor in the Southern District of New York between 2003 and 2005. He had no problem keeping me in Federal Prison on contempt of court without any charges, indictment, or a civil complaint describing any crime whatsoever that they even admitted openly in court. There was never any charges, complaint ever filed and they publicly stated “there is no description of criminal liability.” So he is not someone who upholds the Constitution when it goes against government or the banks. As they say, the Department of Justice is really “Just Us” in reality. He has proven that once again.

Royal Mint Allows British Pensioners To 'Save' In Gold Bullion

Given the current uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the news this week that Britain's Royal Mint will join the current providers of gold to self-invested pension savers in the UK (SIPPS) - allowing British pensioners a tax efficient way of investing in bullion - is fascinating. While gold bullion has been allowed in SIPPs since 2006, this is the first time the Royal Mint has allowed its higher-quality bullion to be bought for pensions.