All posts in " Greece "

Greece & Food

By admin / November 20, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; When you were here in Athens you mentioned that we should use the new technology to grow food indoors. It has been the food argument why we should remain in the EU because we must import food. Do you still hold that position? GD Athens ANSWER: Yes. This is by no means […]


Pattern Repeats – Political Imprisonment followed by Leadership

By admin / September 10, 2018

I really do not think people realize that they are just extras in a political film which is an endless struggle for freedom. There is a book written by Oriana Fallaci which began as an interview of Allesandro Panagoulis. Oriana was a journalist who was interviewing fourteen contemporary political leaders, which included Henry Kissinger, Meir, […]


Merkel Extracted €2.9 billion in Interest from Greece

By admin / June 22, 2018

Angela Merkel promised the German people that she would not just hand Greeks money as she does with the refugee, no, she would make them pay dearly for allowing Goldman Sachs to structure deals to get them in the Eurozone. Indeed, she has kept her word. In response to a parliamentary question from the Green Party, […]


Greece & the Debt Crisis

By admin / April 30, 2018

The entire EU Crisis began precisely on schedule on the Political Pi Turning point from the major high in 2007. Precisely on the day of the ECM turning point, April 16, 2010 (2010.29) Greece notified the IMF it was on the verge of bankruptcy. By April 22nd, the Euro fell to near year-low levels amid concerns about […]


Greece Going After People Who Rent Their House Out for Taxes

By admin / April 27, 2018

The Greek tax authorities are really destroying any semblance of a free society all to satisfy the EU. Tax agents have been pretending to rent houses for a vacation and then monitoring if the people pay taxes. The government is pro-actively sending out people to do business and they are looking to see what you do. […]


Erdoğan Wants to Revise the Treaty of Lausanne

By admin / December 28, 2017

The War Cycle is in full swing upward since 2014. We have witnessed the invasion of Ukraine, the invasion of Syria, Rocketman in North Korea, and numerous civil uprisings. However, the war also comes with sharply declining economies as political leaders need to point the finger outside their domestic rule to distract their people. The Turkish […]


Greece the Trade of 2017

By admin / December 27, 2017

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I want to express my gratitude for what you do for so many people around the world. Your appearance here in Greece was impressive. But your forecast in the 2016 year-end report stating that Greece was the market to watch I cannot express my amazement enough. That single trade allowed us to […]


GREXIT – Will Greece be Better off or Worse?

By admin / October 29, 2017

GREXIT QUESTION: I just read an article about Grexit and the MoU that expires in the summer of 2018. Let’s assume Greece exits EU and the Euro, what would happen to Greece and it’s people? What hardships would Grexit bring to the Greek people and what could individual Greeks do to prepare themselves for these hardships? […]


Italy’s Solution for Unemployment = Pension Crisis

By admin / October 16, 2017

The high taxation in Europe has crippled the economy. Those in power have not yet figured out that 70% of employment is created by the small business owner who they consider the rich and thus the enemy. Nowhere has this been more the case in Italy, Greece, and Spain. Italy is the next on the […]


The Euro Crisis & Previous Debt

By admin / March 29, 2017

  QUESTION: Hello Martin, I understand and agree to what you are saying in your post however I cannot understand what you mean when you say that: “Secondly, leaving all individual member states with past debt yet converted that to euro, then resulted in their debts doubling in international value as the euro doubled going into […]

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