Beyond Divide and Conquer with Junious Ricardo Stanton

Leadership is a choice, not a position.” ~ Stephen Covey

By Catherine Austin Fitts

For my next interview, Junious Ricardo Stanton returns to The Solari Report with the inspiration he brings to audiences as a pioneer in Internet talk radio. Junious is unique in his ability to integrate what is happening across many sectors of economics and politics. His focus on leadership—given his mastery navigating propaganda and multiple realities—is helpful in addressing the challenges we each face.

Junious and I discuss how the divide and conquer tactic, a key to military and intelligence strategies for millennia, is now being applied to a new set of domains. Whether it is gender, politics, or simply behaviors such as wearing masks and observing social distancing, divide and conquer tactics are an integral part of the economic warfare of the Going Direct Reset.

The question is: How can we see the manipulation and go beyond this divisiveness? We’ll share practical tips that can help you preserve your sanity and build power, and help others do the same.

For Let’s Go to the Movies, I chose The Booksellers, a documentary film released in March 2020 about the fascinating world of book lovers and book dealers, and the importance of bookstores for preserving hardback books and history.

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The Booksellers | Official Trailer
The Booksellers | Official Trailer

In Money & Markets this week, John Titus and I will discuss the latest events in finance and politics as well as the latest developments in the Going Direct Reset. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary for the third week of March here.

Talk to you Thursday!

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Junious is also the producer and host of the Akoben podcast

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