All posts in " Armstrong Trial "

COMEY & the Unconstitutional Antics of the NY Courts

By admin / December 19, 2019

QUESTION: I remember watching a documentary about you where none other than James Comey put you in jail illegally and forced you to admit guilt to some nonsense. Similar to what happened to General Flynn in recent years. Now that the deep state is being dismantled, do you plan on filing a lawsuit against the […]


Is it Enlightenment or Just Waking Up?

By admin / December 22, 2018

QUESTION:  I have a couple of questions for Martin’s blog is of any interest; 1. Did the challenges of the justice system in this case over those years contribute towards some kind of enlightenment? What I am asking is have you reached the state of enlightened? 2. Do your models envisage a large uptake of the […]


Gag orders & Cover Ups

By admin / September 23, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I watched the film the Forecaster. I then read your plea. You simply said you failed to tell your clients that the bank took the money. How is that a crime? Then the bank pleads guilty, has to return the money, and you have no restitution. This all makes no sense. KR […]


Apple Wins Against FBI in Drug Case

By admin / March 3, 2016

The government is demanding Apple to create a program to hack phones under the excuse of “terrorism” as a threat to national security. The FBI in New York ordered Apple to unlock the phone of a local drug dealer, but Apple refused. On Monday, a federal magistrate judge in New York said no. Magistrate Judge […]


Hollywood – Ready or not; Here We Come

By admin / February 29, 2016

COMMENT: A Hollywood feature film – well done. And you’re circumspect enough to realize it’s “the collective”, “the source”, whatever, that decides ALL; not you. But you’ve been gifted a particular insight; or was it those years incarcerated, studying your navel? Ahh- the irony! Thank you so much. NMM REPLY: Yes, I signed the contracts for the […]


Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Died In His Sleep

By admin / February 14, 2016

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at the age of 79 in his sleep. He was on a hunting trip in Texas with friends and he went to bed Friday night commenting to his friend that he wasn’t feeling very well. He died peacefully in his sleep. I know many people despised him […]


Subjective Analysis

By admin / December 15, 2015

QUESTION: Marty, it has become obvious that the analysts who try to attack you personally are the very people who hurt so many for they forecast only on opinion. They are often wrong and never see the big picture. One even … →