Economist’s Computer Analysis Correlates Covert Attack on The Stock Market Combined With Covid-19 Pandemic

As Globalist Tactic To Reduce Co2 Levels Every Two Years

Did the “Build Back Better” crowd, which began using that slogan in 2019 prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, attack the stock market and crash world economies in March of 2020 in a covert effort to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and meet demands of the Paris climate accord?

A computer analysis by historical economist and sleuth financial forecaster Martin Armstrong has led him to believe a failed attack on the stock market in March of 2020 was masterminded by “Build Back Better” globalists who are also using the current COVID-19 crisis as cover for their covert campaign to coerce the world into global government and to convert from paper money to digital currency.

Armstrong says “by the sixth week the attack on the Dow Jones Industrials was worse than the 1929 Great Depression.”  Armstrong says by the 19th week the market recovered due to a rapid shift from public to private assets by investors, a so-called Weekly Bullish Reversal.

A worldwide lockdown induced by the COVID-19 crisis along with a stock market crash would paralyze the world, halt auto and aircraft travel, and theoretically reduce so-called green-gas emissions. Samsonite Bonded Leath... Best Price: $87.99 Buy New $99.80 (as of 05:14 UTC - Details)

Armstrong’s words: “When we look at the events and how they unfolded, it appears that this was a failed attempt to undermine the economy to support this Build Back Better agenda.”

Corroboration in the news media

A report published in the GUARDIAN entitled “Global lockdown every two years needed to meet Paris CO2 goals – study,” and then later re-titled, suggests a global lockdown every two years is needed to meet Paris climate goals.

Climate change advocates assert the earth will heat to apocalyptic levels every two years if carbon dioxide levels don’t drop to a level equivalent to a worldwide lockdown every two years for the next decade.

How did this skip past US intelligence agencies? Or what aren’t they telling us?

The disturbing part of all of this is that an online economics commentator, not military or US security agencies, announced detection of this alleged financial invasion. 7 in 1 Immune Support ... Buy New $29.95 ($0.25 / Count) (as of 08:12 UTC - Details)

All the while, news agencies were working complicitly with the FBI and The Justice Department to implicate Russia in online hacking and meddling in the 2016 Presidential election, giving the globalists cover for their sinister plot.

An authoritative report in the New York Post concludes Russiagate was “nothing but a political smear” based on “gossip from a likely Russian asset.”

Armstrong’s report suggests either a tremendous security lapse in failure to detect what amounts to a globalist assault on the US, or an intentional effort to ignore covert globalist tactics to undermine modern society.

CO2 is implausible cause of global warming

Amazon Brand - Daily R... Check Amazon for Pricing. It is Martin Armstrong who educates his online readers of the implausible claim that carbon dioxide gas is an environmental killer.  Armstrong convincingly shows CO2 gas comprises less than 1% (0.04%) of the atmosphere.  Citing data directly from a NASA website, Armstrong says CO2 will not “fry us all to death” in a few short years in what he calls the third attempt to seize the world with Marxism.  Armstrong also reveals 97% of so-called “climate experts” do not say there is a climate emergency.  Armstrong claims this misinformation is spread to destroy capitalism and install communism globally.

The SOCRATES computer

Armstrong’s trade-named SOCRATES artificial intelligence system is said to monitor the entire world by tracking every market and measure worldwide capital flows as well as global news events.

The Armstrong Economics website states: “Our mission is to research historical cyclical patterns and market behavior in timing, price and crisis to better understand and identify potential future trends, using an extensive monetary database and advanced proprietary models.”