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Martin Armstrong

Talk is Cheap, have The Courage to Act

Problems and Solutions

If we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem.

A few weeks ago on Wednesday evening I was exhausted, but my mind kept coming back to an idea that jumped into my head.

I thought about the crisis we were in, and I just couldn’t let the idea go. It wasn’t just about the money issue, it was also about the lives that would be disrupted and ruined financially.

Remembering an event many years ago, I thought of Richard P. He was a swimmer who saved the day for our team with an amazing idea.

If he can do it, so can I.

15 mintes later, I sent an email to my favorite influencer, Martin Armstrong.

Within Two days, this was posted on his website. I forwarded it to the Twitter world, but got very little traction.


 “A call to armSTRONG”


This is not about my Ego, but rather a calls to arms.

John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address inspired children and adults to see the importance of civic action and public service. His historic words, “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country,” challenged every American to contribute in some way to the public good.

I hope my email helps a lot of people.  I cant be sure he even read my suggestions, I suspect an underling filtering emails presented the ideas as his own. I never did get a response from Mr Armstrong. I do trust him as a man of stature and Honor.



“I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take it Anymore!”


“This is no time for Partisan Politics.”

I come from the Humanistic model taught at Springfield College. It was our challenge to go into the world and make a difference

with our skills, talents, and respect for all.  Please pass this message on to others, thanks in advance.

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