“The power to tax is the power to destroy.” ~ John Marshall
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This coming week, attorney Carolyn Betts will join me to discuss our theme – taxation. Our goal is to bring a much wider discussion around what we do about paying taxes to a government that is not obeying its own financial management laws and is missing trillions of dollars as its debt skyrockets.
For those who would like to be part of the discussion, please make sure to read our article at the 3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up web presentation: “Taxation: With or Without Representation? Who Will Take Action and What Action Will They Take?” This will be published on Thursday, October 28th and available to the public, so please repost and share widely.
The “Going Direct Reset” is systematically tearing apart the small business and farm economies as government mandates erode the integrity of thousands of companies and institutions. As central bankers assert control of sovereign government finances and functions, it is clear that we are entering the blowout phase of the financial coup d’état that the Solari Report has been tracking for years.
Carolyn and I will explore steps that could be taken to change direction. If the federal government will not obey the law, who can enforce the laws related to the use of our tax money? How can we make sure that precious tax proceeds are used in a productive manner for the real economy?
Carolyn serves as Solari’s General Counsel. She has exceptional experience in business, securities, and law, and excels in particularly complex environments – large and small. As both an attorney and investment banker, she has engineered billions of mortgage securities transactions. She has also battled foreclosures on behalf of people with few assets to their name. Having represented Hamilton Securities through years of litigation and deep state tactics, her understanding of the real economy is unique.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I recommend the 1987 American crime film, The Untouchables, starring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, and Robert De Niro. The movie is about a strategy to take down Al Capone using a tax evasion case. In other words, the relationship between organized crime and taxes is an old topic.
This is the last week of October, so there is no Money & Markets this week. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Please join me this Thursday, October 28, for the 3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up theme.
Talk to you Thursday!
Related Solari Reports:
3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part I
3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part II
3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up – Equity Overview & Rambus Chartology with Jason T. Worth
3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up – Our Money web presentation
2019 Annual Wrap Up – Deep State Tactics 101, Part V with Catherine Austin Fitts and Carolyn Betts