Announcing the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up Cover & Theme

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“It is hard for countries to accept the U.S. dollar as settlement for international trade when the U.S. has been excused from accounting. People do not want to do business with entities that do not have accounting.”
~ Rob Kirby on the adoption of FASAB 56

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Our theme for the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up is The State of Our Currencies.

Inspired by the U.S. adoption of accounting policies to convert to financial fascism, the time has come to review the evolution of the U.S. dollar as reserve currency as well as the global currency and payment systems and what they mean to you and me.

We begin in the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up with an overview of the current systems. I anticipate this will be the first part in a series through the end of 2020.

As is our practice, the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up will publish in four weekly segments and will subsequently publish in printed form.

This coming week is the first in our two-part publication of News Trends & Stories for the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up. In Part I and Part II, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell joins me for our analysis of what is happening in 2019—and where the world is going. This will be followed by my 2nd Quarter Equity Overview, including the 2nd Quarter Rambus Chartology. We will then publish The State of Our Currencies in the weeks following.

May you find the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up supportive of your free and inspired life!

Web Presentation

Our Wrap Up web presentation is a work in progress that grows as we publish our segments and the various sections—Solari Report subscribers can access it at The State of our Currencies. The stories and headlines for News Trends & Stories, Part I will be completed by Thursday evening, July 4th. Use your Solari password to login!

2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up: The State of Our Currencies