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Medical Professionals’ View of Brexit

By admin / February 9, 2019

Physicians were unable to reach a consensus on whether or not Brexit should take place. The Allergists were in favor of scratching it, but the Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves. The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the Neurologists thought the Brexiters had a lot of nerve.  Meanwhile, […]

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Brexit & Pi

By admin / February 7, 2019

    We are approaching 31.4 months this February from the original Brexit referendum on June 23, 2016. After such a period, the British government’s incompetence is shining through. The EU wants a hard border in Ireland all because they fear that goods could creep from the North to the South without them getting their […]

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The British Press

By admin / January 26, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/British-Press.mp4

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BREXIT Deal of PM Down in Defeat

By admin / January 16, 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May now faces a no-confidence vote after her BREXIT plan was defeated to be submitted by opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Nonetheless, our sources there say that she will probably survive as the Conservatives who rejected her plan are not likely to vote for a no-confidence motion realizing that a Corbyn victory […]

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Will BREXIT force Change in EU & People Hoard Dollars Fearing the Euro Can Be Cancelled?

By admin / December 18, 2018

QUESTION: Marty, your account of Carausius and Postumus being the ancient Brexit is really interesting. Am I correct that whilst this separatist movement failed, it was this Brexit that forced Rome to reintroduce silver? HM ANSWER: Correct.  Diocletian introduced the silver Argenteus in 294AD after the defeat of Carausius’ separatist movement. It is highly likely that old silver denarii were […]

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The First BREXIT – 260AD

By admin / December 12, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, thank you for your excellent commentary. Could you comment on the monetary system in Britain during the period following Rome’s waterfall event? I would be especially interested in the period following the capture of Valerian I through the 9th century. MG ANSWER: I suspect that the purpose of your inquiry is the loose […]

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BREXIT Vote Postponed?

By admin / December 10, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May has postponed the final vote on her BREXIT deal, which is a clear admission that she does not believe she can get the unpopular withdrawal agreement through the House of Commons. What is really fascinating is that the computer seems to have forecasted that result. We did not see a major […]

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BREXIT Vote in Parliament

By admin / December 10, 2018

The House of Commons in the British Parliament will vote on Tuesday amid growing calls for the PM to go back to Brussels to renegotiate. Prime Minister Theresa May (PM) could remain in office even if the MPs reject her Brexit plan. The PM has come out and warned Tory rebels that their rejection could lead […]

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BREXIT and the Chaos Unleashed by Prime Minister May

By admin / December 6, 2018

  The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the UK can unilaterally cancel its withdrawal from the EU at any time and that will not be subject to a vote by other EU member states. This is a non-binding opinion that was delivered by an advocate general of the European Court of Justice. The […]

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Britain Tops Economic Growth in Europe Proving it Does NOT need the EU

By admin / November 27, 2018

What I have found totally shocking is that the British government under Prime Minister Theresa May is this need to surrender all rights just to remain in the customs union. She has not figured out that the UK has been at the top of the list of the European Union’s ‘Big Four’ economies in terms […]

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