For the first time in the 50-year history of the World Economic Forum, an independent camera crew was able to shoot behind the scenes of the huge event. In times of unfettered populism and growing mistrust towards the elite, we follow Klaus Schwab, the 81-year-old founder of the controversial World Economic Forum, over the course of one year.
Obsessed young lovers, obscene murders, a sensational trial, and a shocking miscarriage of justice. Convicted of brutally murdering his girlfriend’s parents, Jens Soering has been in prison for over 30 years. Highly cinematic in the way of The Staircase, as suspenseful as Serial, and as confounding as Making of a Murderer, KILLING FOR LOVE delivers a powerful story that is indeed, stranger than fiction.
Documentary | 1 Hour 34 Minutes | 2016
MARTIN ARMSTRONG, once a US based trillion dollar financial advisor, developed a computer model based on the number pi and other cyclical theories to predict economic turning points with eerie accuracy. His forecasts were in great demand worldwide. As Armstrong’s recognition grew, prominent New York bankers invited him to join “The Club” to aid them in market manipulation. Martin repeatedly refused. Later that same year (1999) the FBI stormed his offices, confiscating his computer model and accusing him of a 3 billion dollar Ponzi scheme. Was it an attempt to silence him and prevent him from initiating a public discourse on the real Ponzi scheme of debts that the world has been building up for decades?
Watch Martin armstrongs newest forecasts on the markets and the war cycle. And get his take on how to save the current monetary system. The Armstrong Computer Model called the peak in the NASDAQ this year in August. It called the peak in the S&P 500 in September and the Dow’s high during the first week of October. The US mid-term elections, the Italian budget crisis, and the Brexit negotiations are the latest catalysts for the continued shift from public to private assets, which will have massive implications for the bond market. The models are also pointing to a critical juncture for stocks, interest rates, and currencies. It is the potential set-up for the “Trade of the Century.”
Sovereign debt is debt issued by governments. An excess of this kind of debt is just one of the issues facing Greece today. However, Greece’s financial situation is only one aspect of a much larger problem facing Europe National economies are so closely interconnected that no single country’s economic affairs are isolated. Martin Armstrong, through his extensive historical knowledge of financial markets, has developed a solution for the upcoming crisis. This is why it is imperative that people throughout Europe learn about the challenges they will face and what they can do to improve the situation. Never before has this important an economic topic been discussed live with so many participants joining in from all over the world.
Public debt – a gigantic snowball system? Which powers dominate the financial markets? Who benefits from the gigantic money flows and mountains of debt? Can we predict developments in the financial system? In May 2015, the film “The Forecaster” premiered in Germany, which deals with the financial market analyst and trader Martin Armstrong. The documentary “The Forecaster” highlights the problems of the current financial system, the debt crisis, and the opportunities of forecasting and regulation by presenting Armstrong’s personal life and suffering.
This Interview with Martin Armstrong and Marcus Vetter, the director of the movie “The Forecaster”, was recorded in May 2015 when Martin Armstrong visited Berlin on his Europe Tour. This bonus material is included in the USA and Canada in the official movie VOD. Including 5 Bonus-Feature scenes.
The Khatib family lives in the West Bank, in a refugee camp called Jenin. A year ago the Palestinian Ismael Khatib lost his 12-year-old son Ahmed. Ahmed was shot by an Israeli soldier while he was playing “Arabs and Jews” with two friends. The soldier took his toy gun for a real weapon and killed him. Despite his grief, Ismael decided within hours to donate his son’s organs to save the lives of four Israeli children.
The film begins as a love story between Cahit Cubuk, a poor, handsome Turk, and a young, naive woman from Stuttgart are falling in love with each other. Six months into her pregnancy she grudgingly accepts that he goes back to Turkey for what she believes is a short vacation – a vacation with his Turkish wife and daughters. He never returns. In spring their son Attila Marcus is born. Thirty-eight years later Marcus travels to a remote village in Turkey to meet his father.