Martin Armstrong: ”US Breakup Becoming More Mainstream”

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publicerad 5 juni 2016
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USA devided into five regions - Source: WSJ

What began as a grass roots movement can become reality. At a Texas Republican Convention in May, state delegates met and had a heated debate over the question of leaving the US, Martin Armstrong writes.

Quote by Martin Armstrong, | Image source: Wall Street Journal (WSJ)

Martin-Armstrong-Photo own work”At the Republican state convention eventually struck a resolution from being added to the party’s platform that endorsed the once wild idea of a referendum for Texans to vote to secede from the United States. Many have been surprised that this once grassroots movement is becoming mainstream.

Our computer model projects that eventually the USA will break into regions as power devolves back to where it was usurped – to state rights. The growing level on tension with federal taxation, Obamacare, and the banks holding the nose around the neck of Washington will combine to force the ultimate breakup of the USA. This is the first time we have seen this rise to a level that is more than just banter on in bars and street corners.”

Quote by Martin Armstrong,

Martin Arthur Armstrong (born November 1, 1949 in New Jersey) is the former chairman of Princeton Economics International Ltd. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.


Press Princeton: Is America Breaking Apart? (2001) – John A. Hall & Charles Lindholm

WSJ (2008): As if Things Weren’t Bad Enough, Russian Professor Predicts End of U.S. Dividing the United States into 5 regions based on popular opinion

Five US Regions - Source: Alexandr Trubetskoy

Illustration: Five US Regions – Source: Alexandr Trubetskoy

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