A Conversation with Thomas Meyer

“We have to pierce the tunnels of loneliness with the conviction that there are other people and one has to trust that one is led to them.” ~Thomas Meyer

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Late last fall, Thomas Meyer asked me if he could interview me regarding 9/11 for his monthly magazine The Present Age. Thomas has a great appreciation for the harm that continues to this day from the many lies that have accumulated regarding that pivotal event.

We sat in his office, overlooking his beautiful garden outside of Basel, Switzerland and enjoyed a free ranging conversation. We started with a discussion of the Chartres and Mont Saint-Michel Cathedrals that I had visited last summer and ended with thoughts on my favorite Bible story – the story of Gideon from Judges:6-8.

If you have not watched or listened to my discussions with Thomas earlier in 2018, you can access them here. The first is The Future of Europe and next is An Afternoon in Sofia.

For Let’s Go to the Movies, enjoy the view of Mont Saint-Michel from a drone!

As this is the last week of the month, there is no Money & Markets commentary. You can e-mail or post questions for Ask Catherine for the March 7th Money & Markets here.

Related Reading:

Chartres Cathedral

Mont Saint-Michel

King James Bible – Judges 6-8