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Martin A. Armstrong: The "Real" conspiracy in finance

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posted on Dec, 20 2009 @ 06:49 PM
Not sure what to make of it can draw your own conclusions; certainly makes for interesting reading.

The document outnlies purported events connecting a group of some of the biggest investment banking names on Wall Street (which he calls simply "the Club") to U.S. government manipulation of financial markets. He claims they use their ins with the gov't to get info before anyone else, manipulate markets, and destroy competitors...for example, Goldman Sachs is named as a prime member, moving to have the government destroy long-time enemy Lehman Brothers but save fellow "Club" members AIG during the recent financial crisis.

The writer, Martin A. Armstrong was the former Chairman of Princeton Economics Int'l, Ltd. For those of you with memories longer than a decade, Princeton Economics had one of the best reputations in its field and Armstrong was well-respected in Wall Street circles. He is now in jail, serving a five-year sentence for conspiracy to commit fraud after several other sentences which have basically kept him behind bars since 1999. He was recently the target of a horrendous near-murder by an inmate, which he says happens because he was planning to reveal some sensitive info somebody supposedly wants quiet.

I'm really not juiced in enough to know what to make of this sort of thing, but its worth a gander:


posted on Dec, 20 2009 @ 08:15 PM
Interesting find. His Wikipedia entry doesn't speak too highly of him although the article contained the following sentence which is very intriguing:

Judge Sonia Sotomayor was reported to have been part of the panel of appeals judges that upheld a lower court ruling to keep Martin Armstrong in prison for contempt of court.

Really makes you wonder...

Thanks...good find.

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