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Introduction/ThemeThe theme this week is “Mueller Launches Halloween Witch Hunt to Drain the Swamp”.
Money & MarketsThis week in Money & Markets, Catherine discusses the latest in market movements and geopolitical events.
HeroOur hero this week is Catherine’s Uncle Robin.
Let’s Go to the Movies!Catherine reviews our top films.
DiscussionCatherine discusses the theme of this Quarter’s Wrap Up.
Ask Catherine Catherine answers questions submitted by subscribers.
November 9th – The War for Your Mind with Melissa and Aaron Dykes
November 16th – The Deep State and Budget Politics, Part II with Richard Dolan
November 23rd – A Solari Report
“Fear is an enemy that can be killed only at close range. The closest range of all is intimacy.” ~ Andrew Vachss.
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This week on the Solari Report, I will present Control 101, the theme of our 2017 3rd Quarter Wrap Up.
For many years, independent media commentators have direly predicted events that did not come to pass. The US dollar was about to collapse. The American economy was also about to collapse. Gold was headed to $5,000 per ounce. True, some pundits were simply marketing fear porn. However, many better commentators were sincere.
For the last two decades, I have been a contrarian in the group. I have said that our economy would “slow burn,” that the dollar was dangerous but dominant – not yet at the point of collapse or replacement. Although I agreed that gold was in a long-term bull market, I thought spectacular price increases were unlikely.
When I tried to explain my thinking, I hit a brick wall. My assessment had little to do with classic economics and financial markets. It had to do with my personal experience with the inner workings of our political, economic, and social control systems.
I learned a great deal about control technologies working inside the establishment. Then I added rich insight from 11 years of protracted litigation with the US federal government and three years of additional tax and compliance responsibilities. These years included significant levels of physical harassment, surveillance, smear campaign, and dirty tricks.
Financial professionals would say “I don’t want to go there.” They did not want to discuss the extent to which our current governance system operates by force both domestically and globally. That is, they did not want to discuss control methods such as fake news, smear campaigns, false flags, control files, malicious prosecution and more.
How can we achieve effective use of our time and money unless we “go there” – unless we deal with reality? The truth is that we cannot use time and money effectively unless we do so, which is why we do “go there” in the Solari Report.
My goal for our discussion of Control 101 is to ensure that you have the framework to understand the wide range of methods used to manipulate and control you, in order to immunize you to them. My goal is to help you create ways to free yourself whenever and wherever possible.
In Money & Markets this week I will discuss the latest financial and geopolitical news.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review the movies posted in your 3rd Quarter Wrap Up web presentation that best demonstrate aspects of control. Our team has created a collection of enormously insightful and entertaining selections, including many reviewed on the Solari Report. Here is the trailer from one of my favorite – the Swedish movie As It Is In Heaven. It reminds us that we can help each other break free – and the importance of music and the arts in helping us do so.
Talk to you Thursday!