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By Catherine Austin Fitts
Jon Rappoport’s special for the Solari Report this month is tough stuff about the drugging of children in poor communities.
The War on Drugs was once called “the holocaust in slow motion.” Now the introduction of pharmaceutical drugs to the same communities whose young people have been systematically targeted and destroyed with narcotics and related enforcement shifts the holocaust to a more Orwellian phase funded with your tax dollars.
I once lead an extraordinary presentation by a group of entrepreneurs and technologists to the leading foundations concerned with community development showing how we could use digital networks to reinvigorate small business and employment in inner cities, thus removing any needed for government or foundation funding. To my surprise, their response was quite negative. The head of low income programs at Fannie Mae spoke for the group. It was the single most depressing presentation he had ever seen, he said. If poverty could be ended, then his life’s work had no meaning. He would be out of a job.
The number of professionals who feed off of poor people funded with government money hides a much deeper and uglier agenda. It’s not a pretty picture. If you have children and grandchildren, however, and you want to make sure you know how to keep them safe, it pays to understand the truth of what is really happening.
Once again, Jon Rappoport tells it like it is.
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