Posted on August 16, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
QUESTION: Marty— Every post is enlightening. I was intrigued that there is no ‘plunge protection team’. I believe you, because you have been behind the curtain. Then what is the ‘Presidents Working Group’ and what does Kevin Henry do? Enlighten me more!
ANSWER: That was a presidential executive order from 1988. I was called in back then because of the 1987 Crash. If such a team existed, then what happened with the 2000 Dot.com bubble crash? Where were they in 2007—2009? I guarantee you they will not be there the next time either.
There is a huge difference between claiming to create some committee and actually having power, funding, etc. to do such a job. The closest you have to that is simply the Federal Reserve. They lowered interest rates to help the banks, and now they are trapped. They screwed the entire pension fund community and have the rest of the world pleading with them not to raise rates. The fact of the matter is that there is no such omnipotent group pulling the strings perfectly.
Some people just have to believe in some dark sinister forces. They are lost souls, incapable of seeing the truth. I met with governments around the world; why ask me anything if they are in control? It is a complete hoax. Nobody is in control and I suppose the only thing that will prove that is the collapse of government. Ah, then there will be those who will claim it was a somehow a Rothschild or bankers’ plot to destroy all wealth.
This is what makes me want to leave and migrate to some island and say the hell with the world — they get what they deserve. Those people who create such conspiracy theories will lose everything, and quite frankly, they deserve what they get. If such forces are preventing gold from rising or other wild scenarios, then why fight against such a huge power? I just do not get it. Give up then since you cannot win.
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