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By Catherine Austin Fitts
"If there's no love, what then?" ~ Leonardo da Vinci
This coming week, we continue our publication of the 2019 Annual Wrap Up.
For the first two weeks of January, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell joins me to discuss News Trends & Stories. In Part I, we looked at the 10 top stories of 2019 in Economy & Financial Markets; and Geopolitics. We also reviewed our final grades for the year in the Trump Report Card. This week, in Part II, we look at the top 10 stories in Culture; Science & Technology; Space; and Food & Health as well as our 10 Unanswered Questions.
Story #11: The Year of da Vinci
Story #12: Divide and Conquer: The Push for Civil War
Story #13: Pushing Back Against Subhumanism
Science & Technology:
Story #14: Weather Warfare and Disaster Capitalism
Story #15: Quantum Computing, 5G Wars, and the Internet of Invasive Things
Story #16: The Moon Is the Next Big Thing—and So Is Mars
Food & Health:
Story #17: Farmageddon and the Biowarfare Burger
Story #18: The Epidemic Op
Story #19: Biophysics Blossoms
Story #20: Unanswered Questions
As you listen, check out the News Trends & Stories section of the 2019 Annual Wrap Up web presentation, which includes our complete trends list, our choices for top news videos of the year, the Trump Report Card, and our headlines for the top stories—these will all be available on Thursday for Part II when the audios are published. The link is in your subscriber links.
In the third week of January, in the Equity Overview, I will cover equity and financial markets and publish the first Blockbuster Chartology from Rambus for 2020.
In the final week, I will address our 2019 Annual Wrap Up theme: Deep State Tactics 101. I will publish the second half of our Deep State Tactics series begun during 2019 with the first five parts. This series has been very well received, with numerous requests to compile and publish the full series in magazine form. Here is the outline:
II. Solari Report Resources
III. Control System Goals
IV. Tactics by Areas
A. Faith, Hope, & Love
D. Mind Control
F. Media (including Disinformation)
G. Control Files
H. Personnel Benefits
L. Culture & Consumerism
N. Covert Operations & Crime
O. Targeting of Children
P. The Beatdowns: Company, Neighborhood, Cohort
V. Hard Times – My list of the personal worst
VI. Helpful Strategies
VII. Closing Thoughts
In Let's Go to the Movies, I will review the winner of the Solari Report Documentary of the Year for 2019—Harry & Snowman. Despite watching scores of more recent documentaries over the last year, I am reaching back several years for Ron Davis' outstanding documentary with a message appropriate for the year ahead. From the Harry & Snowman website:
"Dutch immigrant, Harry deLeyer, journeyed to the United States after World War II and developed a transformative relationship with a broken down Amish plow horse he rescued off a slaughter truck bound for the glue factory. Harry paid eighty dollars for the horse and named him Snowman. In less than two years, Harry & Snowman went on to win the triple crown of show jumping, beating the nation's blue bloods…. Their chance meeting at a Pennsylvania horse auction saved them both and crafted a friendship that lasted a lifetime."
This is a story about the power of love—it's the kind of power we want in our lives in 2020.
In Money & Markets this week, I will discuss the financial and geopolitical news and say more on what to watch for in 2020. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Talk to you Thursday!