“There are many lies, but barely one truth.”
— Ukraine proverb
by Catherine Austin Fitts
I often refer to the central banking / warfare model, a methodology which allows anyone who can create debt in currencies they can print virtually to harvest locations and countries around the globe.
If you look at how the Euro affected southern Europe, it consolidated economic value by shrinking it. In this way, locations and even complete nations were harvested.
As I look at the squabble between Russia, Europe and the US, what’s most frightening is to watch the loss of sovereignty by not just nations but by millions of people.
On this week’s Solari Report, I speak with investigative reporter Anne Williamson from Budapest. We will cover this topic and many others:
- What was behind the EU’s desire to expand East?
- European goods can enter Russia via the Ukraine — why this makes the country so special.
- Three European nations which have previously invaded Russia — Lithuania, Poland, and Sweden — created trade agreements on Russia’s periphery. Why?
- Off-the-radar: the US has sent emissaries to Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, and Georgia to try to stir up more trouble.
- Does the early success of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank mean that U.S dominance is over?
In Money & Markets this week I’ll discuss the latest in financial and geopolitical news.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review House of Cards – Season 3, in which the US president travels to Moscow to negotiate with the Russian president.