"Fear is, I believe, a most effective tool in destroying the soul of an individual—and the soul of a people." ~ Anwar Sadat
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This coming week, we continue the publication of our 2020 Annual Wrap Up with Part I of News Trends & Stories. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell will join me to review the 10 top stories in the first two categories: Economy & Financial Markets; and Geopolitics. We will look at what has really been going on while people were either getting distracted by the Covid-19 “shriek-o-meter” or hypnotized by the fear of this health care crisis. Our freedom and democracy are at stake. The time to sit back and just watch is over. There is a battle going on for our spirit, and we are all being asked to choose the values we want to uphold in our world.
Economy & Financial Markets:
Story #1: The War on God and the Divine
Story #2: The Going Direct Reset: Central Bank Owners Make their Move
Story #3: Brexit and the Future of the British Monarchy, the Commonwealth, the City of London, and the Offshore System
Story #4: Planet Equity: The Centralization of Everything with Government Stimulus and Real Asset Inflation
Story #5: Living Intelligence Pushes Back
Story #6: The War on Populism and Free Speech: Heroes Rise as Inequality, Secrecy, Genocide, and Vulture Capitalism Skyrocket and the Failure of Government Financial and Voting Systems Becomes Blatant
Story #7: The AI Superpowers: The Rebalancing of the China Trade Turns Rocky as the Quad Emerges
Story #8: The Financial Coup Threatens Taxation and Pension Systems and Inspires Renewed Interest in Personal and Local Resiliency
Story #9: Who’s Doing This? Questions on Interdimensional Intelligence, Aliens, Breakaway Civilizations, Tribal Psychopathy, and Organized and Occult Crime Are Not Going Away
Story #10: What Do Multipolar and Multiplanetary Mean to Me?
As you listen, check out the News Trends & Stories section of the 2020 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. The link will be in your subscriber links when Part I publishes on Thursday.
The following week, in News Trends & Stories, Part II, we will cover the 10 top stories in Culture; Science & Technology; Space; and Food & Health. We will also discuss Unanswered Questions; Inspiration; and Take Action.
In the fourth week of January, John Titus and I will address our 2020 Annual Wrap Up theme: Going Direct Reset—Central Bank Owners Make Their Move.
In Let's Go to the Movies, I will review the winner of the Solari Report Movie of the Year for 2020—1986: The Act—a movie about the work of Dr. Andrew Wakefield and the extraordinary harm that has come from freeing large pharmaceutical corporations from liability for vaccine injury. This is a must-see movie for those concerned about the safety of a rushed “injection” plan. Covid-19 injections are actually experimental gene therapy. By classifying them incorrectly as vaccines, large corporations are afforded legal protection for financial responsibility for the billions in financial devastation resulting from vaccine injury. Wakefield’s movie does a great job of explaining the damage to health that ensues from this corporate freedom from liability—and the media and politicians that the resulting profits buy.
In Money & Markets this week, I will cover current events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical news to watch for in 2021. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Please join me this Thursday, January 14th, for the 2020 Annual Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part I.
Talk to you Thursday!