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The Solari Report – 20 Aug 2009

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On this week’s Solari Report I will be briefing subscribers on the latest events in Money and Markets, including my take on rumors about bank holidays, and answering questions from subscribers. Then, I will be speaking with entrepreneur George Ure, proprietor of the Urban Survival and Peoplenomics websites.

George is one of those amazing people who both sees the big picture and keeps his feet on solid ground. People pay lots of money for his insight on the global economy and what’s next in financial markets. Yet he loves diving in and making and fixing things on his ranch in Texas. George is the author of “Live on $10-thousand a year (or less)” and has been “in cahoots” with Clif High and the web bot project for years.

Whenever I ask a fellow Peoplenomics subscriber if they have read George’s latest piece they typically smile or start to laugh before saying, “Oh, yes…” The world may get weird, but George won’t. There is no weirdness he can’t verbally lasso in a way that nourishes our love for humanity.

We will be talking about the “business model” on planet earth, how it went out of control, what you and I can do to protect ourselves, our families and our assets, and some thoughts on how we get contribute to a new business model.  These may sound like serious topics until you hear George and me chew on them!

I will be reviewing the documentary Phoenix Lights to illustrate how corporate take over of black budget technology is at the heart of the current business model going “out of control.”

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This will be a lively discussion — you will not want to miss it!

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