Money & Markets Report: September 15, 2022

Justin Woods
September 15, 2022

Theme: The End of the Elizabeth II Reign

Interview: UNsustainable Development Goals: An Overview with Rypke Zeilmaker

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John Dzwonczyk
September 10, 2022

Regarding King Charles III,In the US, as a nation, we broke away from these effete monarchs so that every man might enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness independent of fealty to an earthly crown. Let us go forth with our own destinies, irrespective of this troublesome throne, so fateful to so many in modern history.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 12, 2022

IMO, hey are terrorist organizations. Will post!

Elisabeth Scholtz
September 12, 2022

I heard from a friend in Bulgaria: the price of electricity is now 3X the average family’s monthly income.
Catherine, I really hope that God has a comma planned – a REALLY big one.

peter burke
September 12, 2022

New Biden Executive order. The gist is: poison more of us faster, more efficiently, more profitably, and dispossess us of the very fabric at the root of life–same old stuff, just now with an official push from the Oval Office.

“National Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Initiative”

“We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to write circuitry for cells and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers; unlock the power of biological data, including through computing tools and artificial intelligence; and advance the science of scale‑up production while reducing the obstacles for commercialization so that innovative technologies and products can reach markets faster.”

Thrown in there for good measure is the use of the label of “external stakeholder”. That term is really creeping into official economic language beginning from last few years.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2022/09/12/executive-order-on-advancing-biotechnology-and-biomanufacturing-innovation-for-a-sustainable-safe-and-secure-american-bioeconomy/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

richard lough
September 14, 2022

I have not seen this corroborated. From the UK, recent news.
/quote
Not sure where to put this, (feel free to move if another thread is more appropriate) but had petrol rationed today. Filled up at local supermarket using self service. Put in credit card and warning came up, limit of £99. Filled car and as it got to £98, pump started slowing down and stopped at £99. Tried to keep filling, but pump stopped working and would not start again. No signs warning of this until too late and you’ve selected pay at pump. Will try pay at cashier next time to see if limit applies.

I did read about this in a letter sent by my bank, but it implied that the petrol company would check bank balance first, then if sufficient funds, allow the car to be filled, not limited to £100.
/unquote

John Dzwonczyk
September 14, 2022

Fairly important matter:
The Washington Post, which is not really reliable, has an extensive article on what the rail strike means, and it affects my hobby job (chairman of a water utility) in the sense of their mentioning specifically chlorine gas for water treatment. This signals me that there is more afoot than just disgruntled brakemen and conductors.

Article https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2022/09/13/rail-strike-railroad-shutdown-biden/

I think they have run up test balloons in Jackson, Mississippi and West Baltimore to begin scaring people about water treatment. That’s what particularly concerns me about this train strike and the fact that the communist Washington Post is mentioning such a specific matter. You are really “hosed” without clean water. We are, of course, taking preemptive measures.

Raquel Reed
September 14, 2022

Catherine,
I have heard many musicians are cancelling their concerts in the next few months and multiple CEOs stepping down. . Then you have said a couple times October is a month to watch out for. Is there something I don’t know about that is supposed to happen in October? Thankyou.

J F
September 14, 2022

Can you be specific about which musicians and CEOs? It would be interesting to look into this. Thanks!

Marlene Brugger
September 14, 2022

These sustainable goals and ESG is everywhere. Its like a virus that infiltrated every company and the government here in New Zealand too.
I am in the habit to point out to my colleagues and friends at work how the company emails we get as employees, fit in with the whole ESG goal.

I work for a large corporate here, so the propaganda is thick and fast and its a constant stream of “Diversity and Inclusion” and “Climate Change” etc etc

I went from someone annoyed at all this a year ago, to now enjoying using each email or company campaign to teach those around me, of the real plans behind it and how our company is just scrambling to ‘up’ their ESG score for foreign investment deals. No other reason really.

I have managed to open my managers eyes to this too, and I reckon he is spreading the knowledge amongst his colleagues. We’re low in the company chain though, but the more informed we are, the better. We need to tell people around us what’s really behind all the rainbow diversity equity inclusion campaigns that bothers them quietly and to which its become impossible to speak out openly, so we need to focus on attacking these policies at their ideological source. The anti freemarket scam of a cartel system that is ESG.

Marlene

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 14, 2022

US Budget finalizes and new spending year begins on OCT 1 in US. Throughout the month, the mid term elections are coming to a culmination in early November. Maximum tension as the pig goes through the snake.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 14, 2022

Excellent point, John. Something is most certainly up. And yes, water is an ultimate control point.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 14, 2022

Digital concentration camp….step by step.

CASH EVERDAY!

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 14, 2022

For them, not much. After all the federal agencies have been buying ammunition. 🙂

Peter T Melnychuk
September 14, 2022

Catherine, John Titus, and Solari members would be well advised to read the newly published substack article by Katherine Watt entitled, Biotech Idolatry: DOD-Pfizer contracts have replaced federal constitutions and laws. To oversimplify, her analysis of the contracts reveal the DOD is behind the manufacture, promotion and approval of these products. Actionable intelligence…

https://bailiwicknews.substack.com/p/biotech-idolatry-dod-pfizer-contracts

Raquel Reed
September 14, 2022

Sean Mendez and Justin Bieber to name a couple musicians. Forbes article titled CEOs Are Quitting And Joining The Great Resignation—Here’s Why will list all the CEOs quitting

Raquel Reed
September 14, 2022

Ok thanks

Sorin Trifan
September 14, 2022

I doubt that. In Romania I paid ~80Euro in one month and I have used AC most days. Salary is 500Euro(fast food worker)- 2500(Programmer)- 3000(Doctor), and I thing Bulgaria is about the same.
On the other hand, food prices went up 2-3 times. A lot of people have no money left after buying food and paying utilities. I also expect that heating cost to at least double this winter.

Rich Persaud
September 15, 2022

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/09/19/johnson-johnson-and-a-new-war-on-consumer-protection

“The L.L.C. that Johnson & Johnson created never had an office or any employees of its own in Texas or North Carolina. It never manufactured or sold talcum powder; for that matter, it never really conducted any business at all before going belly up. Still, in between its formation in one business-friendly jurisdiction and its bankruptcy in another, the new company took on all of Old J. & J.’s talc liabilities. It was suddenly responsible for some forty thousand talc cases, while a new company, also called Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., emerged with all of Old J. & J.’s assets—those tens of billions of dollars—and none of its talc liabilities, leaving it free to carry on with its operations.”

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 15, 2022

Going to read that one. Thanks for posting.

richard lough
September 15, 2022

I’ll add the Chartered Institute of Buildling Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the UK’s IEE/IETE to those promoting the green/CO2 agenda.
I see nothing wrong with promoting schemes to reduce the use of energy by buildings, but the unquestioning use of “AGW” or “Climate Change” as a belieft system is against all engineering principles.

J F
September 15, 2022

“Amtrak announced yesterday that it will be canceling all of its long-distance train routes in the United States – with the decision to do so effective immediately. The cancellation of the long-distance routes comes following the potential for strike action by the freight and railroad unions, which would have a significant impact on the rail company’s ability to carry out its planned journeys and would lead to significant disruptions across the rail network.”

This article lists the long-distance and short routes that will be cancelled, and those that will remain in place.

https://www.traveloffpath.com/amtrak-cancels-all-long-distance-train-routes-effective-immediately/

Mike Hardwicke
September 15, 2022

I’m not a believer in CO2 being a pollutant – rather the opposite. Nor do I believe that man changes the climate. But this presentation describes we are in dire trouble as industrialised societies.
https://youtu.be/MBVmnKuBocc

Donna Anderson
September 15, 2022

I agree. Banks are really campaigning everything online. Even online savings accounts that are only digital. Don’t save digital money, it equals debt money. Cash and Coin is not debt money as of yet.

richard lough
September 15, 2022

The video, linked above, is from 27 February 2022, apparently.
Which seems odd, because the Russians officially announced their involvements on 24 February, and he should have known that an insurgency was ongoing for a few days , rather than expressing surprise.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 15, 2022

Tried to watch…gave up after a few minutes. Would not recommend.

Dagmar Selim
September 15, 2022

nothing odd. this was a so-called “general debate” in the German Bundestag which took place on Feb 27th, right after Feb 24th (start of the Russian SMO/war in Ukraine). Merz is the leader of the opposition party (CDU). to me, it sounded like a Freudian slip of the tongue (as he was referring to the day of which we all remember where we were when we heard the news – Sep 11th, 2001), he was about to say that everybody will remember where they were on this 24th of February 2022 when they first heard about the war in Ukraine – there he used the word “september” instead of “february”. He sounded more agitated in that speech than usual, because of that it sounded to me really just like a mistake (and yes, he had worked for BlackRock for several years after leaving German politics for some while before coming back when the “succession” question for Angela Merkel was getting under way).

Dagmar Selim
September 15, 2022

The Norwegian Central Bank wants to test Ethereum as platform for their CBDC and now suddenly, Ethereum gets an update and reduces its energy consumption by 99,95%??:
https://www.n-tv.de/wirtschaft/Kryptosystem-Ethereum-reduziert-Stromverbrauch-um-99-95-Prozent-article23591934.html
Proof of stake instead of proof of work is supposed to be the difference…the Ethereum Foundation hosted an event called “The Merge” where this was presented.

Norges Bank: https://www.norges-bank.no/en/topics/financial-stability/central-bank-digital-currency/

Steven Ortel
September 15, 2022

The british filled churches with people in the Chesapeake bay and Great Lakes areas. Then the british burned those churches to the ground during wars of 1812 and 1776. If anyone believes that kings and queens are chosen by god, God help us.

Donna Anderson
September 15, 2022

If you would, can you explain your position for not recommending? Sincerely. Also, I do not see a way for me to remove the video from the comments. Thank you Catherine.

Andrzej Bednarski
September 15, 2022

Don’t forget to keep the Chinese people in your prayers. The covid virus is really going crazy over there.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=a8RGqKhB_W8

Can start to watch at 10.40 for key parts

Brandon Mason
September 15, 2022

Catherine: Ethereum has been working on “proof of stake” since their inception. What they didn’t have until recently was a mathematical proof that this approach would maintain the integrity of the network in the presence of potentially malicious actors. Proof of work was less complex, and had already been vetted both theoretically and in practice. So it was their strategy until now.

Bitcoin in terms of the crypto ecosystem tends to favor proven, robust technology, and keeping their protocol simple. Ethereum tends to be more experimental, and includes “smart contracts”, little automatons with their own wallets. Because of the additional complexity of Ethereum its security footprint is fundamentally more difficult to validate than Bitcoin’s, but it also has more flexibility and use cases.

Ethereum switching to proof of work comes at a very interesting time… when crypto is historically low. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ethereum take the lead over Bitcoin because of this. But what do I know? I am a programmer who has studied the whitepapers, worked with other researchers, and gone to some conferences at Stanford. But I don’t own any crypto and don’t play the speculation game myself.

Two things that have always concerned me with crypto: 1) The trade volume is almost entirely speculative, very little transactional, 2) a currency system is a proxy for human values – what behavior are we incentivizing?

I would like to see local currencies pegged to real goods and services, anchored by clearinghouses. What if communities and regions could embody their values by incentivizing food, housing, manufacturing, and the furtherance of life? A clearinghouse could keep reserves in the form of USD, gold, grain, bullets… whatever. And could dispense those reserves to empower the means of production within the community. This would free up capital for purchase of energy, which is ultimately the basis for any tangible economy.

There is no reason we can’t create sovereign currency systems, and sovereign communication networks. We have all of the building blocks available to do this now. But to my knowledge it has not been done yet. One of the key pieces missing is that the geeks who understand cryptography have not understood how to present a message that is relevant to pressing human concerns. I think also the Silicon Valley echo chamber has neglected to notice that the political right may be the ideal customer for products which deliver on tangible sovereignty.

Daniel Cortes
September 15, 2022

Dr. Gary Null lives near Lee County Florida so I wonder how much of this designate WHO as a terrorist organization is influenced by his presence there.

Brandon Mason
September 15, 2022

It bothers me when I see a site dressed up to look like a medical journal, but which is clearly pushing an op-ed piece. This is linked to as “evidence” within the substack article you referenced.

https://www.ijvtpr.com/index.php/IJVTPR/article/view/52/83

For people who have no experience reading scientific literature, this may appear as a legitimate source. But it’s actually preying upon people’s respect for science, while secretly disdaining their ability to recognize it.

Daniel Cortes
September 15, 2022

Holy cow Brandon, as I was reading what you wrote, I thought, “wait, did I write this to Catherine?”…no, but I have had these thoughts that you shared.

I am also a programmer and I have actually written some Smart Contracts here and there for a brief gig with a company a long time ago. I know some things have changed with Metamask, a new UI I think, but beyond that, I have not kept up and I also do not own crypto for the same reasons as you, its why I thought I was reading my own writing.

Are you on Solari Connect? Would love for you to join us there and lets connect.

Brandon Mason
September 15, 2022

If only we had garden roombas to do the job for us. 🙂

Patrick MacGuire
September 15, 2022

This is amazing and I think it qualifies as pushback. Someone on twitter started a hashtag ‘Trudeau must go’ and now Canadians are tweeting selfies along with a few sentences about themselves and each post ends with “According to Trudeau, I’m an extremist…”. Those posting are either unvaccinated or anti-mandate. It is currently the highest trending topic on Twitter in Canada with over 100K tweets. It is incredibly effective and the pro-mandate drones are in hysterics because it is putting faces on the outgroup and smashing the stereotype.

https://twitter.com/search?q=%23TrudeauMustGo&src=trend_click&vertical=trends

Sorin Trifan
September 15, 2022

This is a pushback: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9w0OadktGI

The push against Trudeau is probably planned. People consuming their anger toward a pawn and missing the bigger picture.
We have one politician(only one) jailed each 4-5 years and everybody is happy that government fights corruption. Each time, this politician was nobody few years back. Then he raised in few months, in one year he is the main enemy of the state. Made millions illegally goes to jail few years, keeps the money.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 15, 2022

Fantastic!

Makes it clear – the JT campaign to destroy all productivity.

richard lough
September 16, 2022

IMHO you may have missed Russia’s message via the missiles hitting the civilian electricity network. This from Zerohedge :
/quote
If Moscow decides to take out all major Ukraine substations at once, all it takes is a few missiles to totally smash the Ukrainian energy grid – adding a new meaning to “decommunization”: de-energization. According to an expert analysis, “if transformers of 110-330 kV are damaged, then it will almost never be possible to put it into operation (…) And if this happens at least at 5 substations at the same time, then everything is kaput. Stone age forever.””
/unquote
That message is not only to Kiev but also to Berlin and to London. The US already knows this. To a lesser extent it is a message to the Ukraine Azov Military.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

Saying prayers. Most horrible.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

Hmmm…..

Alexandra Struijk
September 16, 2022

Having heard and digested the whole Money & Markets Report, I found the opening 10 minutes very enlightening.

Keeping Germany and Russia apart via the old Grand chessboard Eurasia agenda.

I agree with both John Titus and Catherine, in that the German leadership is singular engaged in that unfolding ideology. It destoys anything and anybody together by being personally totally lost as schizophrenics.

My translation, they are serving two masters frantically and simultaniously, those being Ahriman and Lucifer. Ahriman a force that pulls down and Lucifer a force that pulls up.
No wonder practitioners are being ripped apart together with their followers.

Humanity is truely living in extraordinary times, but living on and in ground zero of these forces is daunting. I am not afraid to admit I am having difficulties putting on my big boy’s pants!

Catherine, in light of recent events concerning Mr. Putin murder attempt or fallacy theroff, what is your take on the events? This is Joseph Farrell’s?
https://gizadeathstar.com/2022/09/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-sept-15-2022/

John Dzwonczyk
September 16, 2022

This is pretty farfetched and while I have not read all the supporting documents, one way to view it is to note that his premise is that “the military” will do the job, while the rest of us “Barney Feiffes” can sit back and watch. Derek makes no mention of the execrable General Milley, nor the bumbling former general, Lloyd Austin. I’m not sure, short of a mutiny, how their necessary removal works, and the presenter makes no suggestion of a denouement in any case. In other words, what happens and what comes afterwards?

There is inherent danger in hoping for Deus ex machina, which is what’s being offered. I would not be complacent.

james lucas
September 16, 2022

John needs to chill out he’s locked up in a binary world and won’t play with the creative space afforded by working with Catherine

Gerdt Kernkamp
September 16, 2022

Especially for John: This was a session held at my old faculty of Aeronautical Engineering at the TUDelft. I was not present but in the video you can feel the engineering spirit of ‘I don’t really care if the theory states if something can or cannot work. I will look with my own eyes and if it works, it works’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ArBfUkzhxE

Donna Anderson
September 16, 2022

Thank you John. I understand his presentation is lacking in presentation and truly not groomed for a world audience as is. But the lack of investigation into his claims which he backs up with a list of documentation for all to read…he has proven his point in the fact of most are lazy to go read the documents for themselves, to see what he says is supported. I do agree that his video is overly emotional, and tends to cause the listener to dismiss his message. Which is unfortunate. I plowed through it, pulling out the facts, and am taking the time to read the docs. So far, he is spot on. One vet to another, I have given him my time. Unfortunately, many won’t. He’s an American soldier that loves his country. Ultimately, our world may get to the point where we will truly need our Saviour to return to fight for us and rescue the remnant. Lord Jesus come quickly. Thank you for all you do for God’s glory. You are all appreciated greatly.

Brandon Mason
September 16, 2022

Well, I guess that’s a sign I’m in the right place. Well met Daniel! Yes let’s talk. I’ll join Connect now.

Brandon Mason
September 16, 2022

“Our groups are subscriber only and conform to place. We do not have remote groups. A place based group – for example, “Western Tennessee” – can create subcategories that focus on topics within the group – for example, “local farmers and farmers market.””

I’m in Western Colorado, so we may not be able to connect on there.

Base64: YnJhbmRvbkBjb3NpZ2xpLmNvbQo=

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

I can remove if you like me to. I would not do in this case without your permission.

After a few minute I still have not gotten an introduction to who the speaker is and what is his background and personal economics and potential conflicts – basic info is not reviewed or disclosed. There are many basic things that a presenter can do to help you vet them. He does not do.

So – speaker is stranger and I do not have what I need to vet him. I am just supposed to trust him?

Feels to me that there is a reasonable chance that entrainment and subliminal programming has been overlaid. Hence, trying to watch it becomes very energy expensive. Even potentially dangerous if there is entrainment.

The introduction is not respectful of the users time – potential giveway that this may be staged. So no reason for me to wait for the content. The stranger is not respecting my time, so I do not want to run risk or invest time because information that comes from people you do not know, can not vet or can not trust is not actionable intelligence.

Historically, I have found that the time to get to prune out nuggets in cases with this fact pattern, turn out to be a poor investment of time.

If I spent more time on this, it means I do not spend time on things that provide valuable actionable intelligence.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

Brandon:

You can easily start a group in Subscriber input to connect and share on particular topics.

Catherine

Brandon Mason
September 16, 2022

Catherine: I don’t understand how the Fed can print so much money and still have the dollar be so strong. I was hearing that 80% of all USD issued was in the last 2 years. Is that true? I think there’s an unhelpful conflation in the common parlance between retail and wholesale currency, both denominated in USD. Your CBDC briefing does a good job of showing those two circuits and why they’re different, but related, and also exploring the new territory we are entering where the Fed can put money directly into the retail space. And my understanding is that they did that with the recent… what do you call it, QE?

What I have trouble wrapping my brain around is how exactly the injection of money into the retail or wholesale sectors influences the bottom line for consumers. Where intuitively I would expect there to be a coupling, in practice the value of USD often does the opposite of what I expect. And does the value of USD actually relate to purchasing power, or is there again a decoupling?

I’m reading now Michael Hudson’s book Superimperialism where he details how the petro dollar was set up, how the IMF and World Bank have used their policies to put USD in foreign nations hands, and without the ability to buy US stocks or real estates they mainly buy US treasury bonds, thereby propping up the value of our currency and fueling our colonial war machine. Hudson is the clearest voice I am aware of in sharing this knowledge. According to Hudson the CIA paid him to teach them how to implement his ideas after the publication of his book in 1971. So it’s quite a resource that he’s willing to share his perspective.

Is this effect continuing to prop up the dollar in spite of the massive issuance? I’ve also heard stories from you and others that foreign nations are having difficulty getting their hands on USD to pay their debts, so that makes sense as a stabilizing force.

My understanding is 1) the policy described by Superimperialism is still working, but the wheels are going to come off the bus sometime in the next decade, 2) the money printed by the Fed ended up in the hands of Blackrock and other powerful allies… and is being applied very carefully and precisely to exercise their takeover of real assets without crashing the economy.

I heard one of your guests (or maybe it was Titus) mention that money is seeping into the economy in “weird” ways, and he was compiling a report on that. I’d like to read that if you have a link.

Thanks for everything you’re doing. I feel like I just joined the Rebel Alliance. Many people have a sense that something is deeply wrong, but few are organized in assessing the situation and doing something about it. I find that clarity of intent is the antidote to depression, stagnation, and death.

Najat Madry
September 16, 2022

John is a lawyer and is very grounded by evidence ie why he named his YouTube channel “Best Evidence.” Catherine has the government/financial experience that has developed her instincts. That’s why Catherine & John work so well together, its a Yi-Yang type of energy and they feed off each other. We as viewers reap the rewards from it.

Sharon Rickner
September 16, 2022

Several ideas about Fauci – Remember when Fauci was idolized1 Unbelievable the special socks, T-shirts, praise and putting him an alter – WOW unreal how the crowd can move in sink The same happened with O’Bomma (forgive my spelling)neither one could do no wrong = look where we are now. The same with George Floyd people follow in mass formation with no thought of their own, no looking into the situation just follow and believe.??? May God Bless us all.

Mary Burr
September 16, 2022

That is indeed the mayor of Orland Park, IL speaking about the Illinois Safe-T Act. He is currently running for Congress: https://keithpekau.com/

Donna Anderson
September 16, 2022

For Catherine, I couldn’t reply to your last response, there was no reply button. I completely understand your position, thank you for your response. You are more than welcome to remove this whole thread and video. That’s ok. I totally understand your stance on using our energy and possible entrainment and the such. I remember you speaking on that years ago in a conference you were analyzing. I’m really not sucked in by emotions, if so, I would have lost it long ago with all this genocide and evil ramping up. Really, just seeking to make sense out of a nonsensical world. I truly feel like I’m walking around an open crazy house. Thanks again. I truly to appreciate your comments. Well said.

Wessel Troost
September 16, 2022

So I heard you said “who wants to own bonds?”. Officially bond owners only get their debt, even in liquidation. Yet in another place you wrote “In a highly leveraged company, the equity owner does not really have control. It’s the bondholder or creditor who can put the company in default.” So now I’m thinking bond owners have the power to destroy (liquidate) a company.

If interest rates go up, would that give bond owners this power of destruction?

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

Yes and no. If the bond holders are organized crime and can use violence with relative immunity, then the answer is almost always yes.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 16, 2022

If ok, will leave. If there are specific references in the video that you think are useful, post if you want. The nuggets are always thinks that can be independently reviewed.

Laura Jennings
September 16, 2022

why did Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla make the statement explaining how he was convinced the mRNA technology was ready for public general use in a vaccine without the standard trials? 
 – could be he is trying to make a case that his act as CEO in approving the actions of the corporation were in good faith reliance on experts and not an intentional fraud.  He may have been advised that there is potential legal exposure for knowingly misleading the government and perpetuating a corporate fraud and therefore the case for ‘good faith beliefs’ is being put in place.    
Fauci could point the finger at industry if it gets ugly. at some point people may want a deep dive on what data the experts relied on to make decisions.

I still do not see accountability unless the catastrophe is simplified and elements of causation of harm are publicly undeniable.  

thank you for your excellent and uplifting work.

Laura Jennings
September 16, 2022

for example
18 USC §1519. Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations and bankruptcy

Whoever *knowingly* alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

Lisa Turner
September 16, 2022

Cuomo was thrown under the bus. And he’s the one who told us to expect he would have emergency powers for five years. Fauci is done, on schedule.

Rich Persaud
September 16, 2022

https://pete843.substack.com/p/obligatory-fauci-resigns-post

“This guy has handed out hundreds of billions of dollars in grant money over 40 years and earned Big Pharma trillions with his manipulations and influence. If I am Fauci I am thinking its time to get paid. Within a year of retirement or just stepping down from NIAID this guy will likely be rolling in money. He will still carry a lot of influence in HHS and the Military. Big Pharma and DTRA funded companies will be knocking on his door to reward him for his past service and put in a good word for them in Washington. His daughter at Twitter might end up with an inheritance big enough to buy the Blue Bird.”

ARPA-H upcoming for synbio, https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/renee-wegrzyn-slated-to-lead-new-advanced-research-projects-agency-for-health-301622005.html

vimy nesmith
September 16, 2022

I don’t understand how HUD made money from landlords on delayed foreclosures. Will you please explain a bit more?

Rich Persaud
September 16, 2022

https://www.israel365news.com/274830/watch-red-heifers-arrive-in-israel/

“the farmer is a devout Christian who became intensely interested in the Biblical commandment,” Stinson explained to Israsel365 News.”He began breeding cattle for this trait. So when my team and I set out to search ranches in Texas for a red heifer, his were already better suited.”

One of the major difficulties was that the government requires tagging calves right after birth. The ear tag creates a hole in the calve’s ear, a blemish that disqualifies the calf for the Mitzvah. The farmer explained that because of COVID, the employee who normally puts in the tags did not come to the farm when these five calves were born.

A team of rabbis from the Temple Institute flew out to inspect the calves last year … From the time of Moses, who personally prepared the first heifer, until the destruction of the Temple, only nine red heifers were prepared. Nonetheless, this was sufficient to maintain the ritual purity of the entire nation for almost 2,000 years.According to Jewish tradition, there will only be ten red heifers in human history with the tenth heifer ushering in the Messianic era.”

Rich Persaud
September 16, 2022

Re: comments about Sept. 23/24 — Rosh Hashana is Monday Sept. 26.

https://subscriber-input.solari.com/forums/topic/winter-is-coming/

“the significant date is Rosh haShanah, marking the beginning of Anno Mundi 5783. ’82, currently ending, is a Shmita year, when all debts come due; and Elul, the current and final month is for Repentance. Previous Shmitas, in reverse order, ended in Sept 2015, Sept 2008, Sept 2001, Sept 1994, Sept 1987 …”

Gerdt Kernkamp
September 17, 2022

On Scotland’s plan to freeze rents – is it a good or bad policy? In a normal market I would probably agree with you, that all it does is kill the landlord / middle class. But … you have also reported on the identity of landlords: Mr Global in various guises. Housing makes up such a disproportionate persentage of an average household cost of living (lower and middels class) that i believe a freeze on rent would be a strike more against Mr Global than the middle class – except a few middle classers who have joined the ride in a highly leveraged manner (one of our Princes of Orange in Amsterdam for example). The argument of landlords not being able to pay the energy bills does not hold because (at least in the Netherlands), the tenant pays the enrgy bill, not the landlord.

Gerdt Kernkamp
September 17, 2022

I agree with Najat – I like the dynamic between the two. When CAF talks about nudging through vaccine parties I cracked up when John responded: “I am crushed, I did not get my invitation” 😀

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

Mr. Global has the capital to endure the caps. The small guy does not and the freeze will significantly lower the values. Favor Mr. Global. Many ways for a government to protect tennants that do not violate fundamental property rights – which will just advantage Mr. Global in long run.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

Civil money penalties – easier to collect when the landlord is still receiving the cash flows from rents while not paying the mortgage.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

Unless he is the designated chew toy.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

The HUD IG General Counsel who falsified records in our case had to leave when her various efforts to frame us failed, including our turning in affadavits to the court documenting her criminal conduct. They just laughed. After she left HUD,she got a job running the ethics committee for the DC bar. MY guess is that was arranged by the judge in our case. He is my vote for the one who designed and oversaw the conduct of the case – all highly illegal. He was the former general counsel of the CIA under bill casey. https://www.whereisthemoney.org/hotseat/stanleysporkin-DRAFT1x.htm

Elisabeth Scholtz
September 17, 2022

Catherine and John,

I noticed a distinct shift in the tone of Money and Markets this week. The news articles served more as a springboard, and a tennis match developed between you two that was highly informative, thought provoking, and engaging. John’s personality came out more strongly, as did the occasional curse (which made me smile).

I do not know if this was a spontaneous development or if you decided as a duo to try this different approach.

TWO THUMBS UP!!!

Melissa McMartin
September 17, 2022

Catherine and John –

Great video this week. I love that John is responding from his heart and more emotions 😉 The Kennedy video was TERRIFIC with John as well.

Catherine have you seen the book by Paul Mango – Wrap Speed. Alex Berenson just put out a blog about the book.

Let me know your thoughts – More government blah-blah or a good idea to read to understand what Trump was trying to accomplish under the Wrap Speed Project.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

Just happened. Quite interesting and informative stories this week, so we had a lot to say.

Patricia Wagner
September 17, 2022

At about 1:05 into the video, I noticed something unusual on the bookcase shelf behind Bourla. . . an evil eye! If I’m right on this, I’d say that he knows evil is being directed at him and he is deflecting it back to its source, as a method of psychic self-protection.

Rich Persaud
September 17, 2022

“In the 2022 Solari Leashed Awards, the nominees for Best Chew Toy were …. and the winner is …”.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 17, 2022

Yes. We discussed at the time.

Rich Persaud
September 17, 2022

Brendon O’Connell metaphorical riffing (10 min, language warning) on “American constitutional NWO” Pax Americana, BIS, compromised institutions, leadership candidates, sacred cows, education, JFK transparency speech and citizen participation in political process. He needs an editor to separate rants from substantive points, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ6aq6H13ic&t=1049s

Lizzie Moulton
September 17, 2022

Noticed that too.

Christina Jonsson
September 17, 2022

There are responsibilities CEOs agree to to be paid like royalty.
You don’t trust without verification Dummy. You are a criminal Bourla.

Christina Jonsson
September 17, 2022

Please increase the volume of your programs. I am not hard of hearing, yet, but I have the sound up as loud as I can get on my computer and if any other sound is going on in the room, I can’t hear you.
Thank you.

Christina Jonsson
September 17, 2022

Never mind. I found the volume control on your page. Volume is A-OK.

Penelope Ryder
September 17, 2022

I learn so much by listening and am grateful for this resource.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 18, 2022

So glad it helps. Makes it worth plowing through all the news each week – the vast majority of which is not worth mentioning!

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 18, 2022

Good!

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 18, 2022

🙂

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 18, 2022

Brendan often has good nuggets. Would be great if he published an outline with Take Action recommendations. I would suggest it but I assume it will just inspired another round of attacks.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 18, 2022

Our attention budget goes to lifting up Heros. The chew toys get way to much attention as it is.

Natasha Ivanovic
September 18, 2022

Not sure what’s changed, but I can’t fullscreen this video whereas I usually can? The box is disabled. Bit hard to watch it in the tiny box!

Mark Gilmore
September 18, 2022

Use FireFox or Safari to view full-screen. We don’t support Google Chrome or any other browser with a Chromium core like Brave or Edge.

Susan Soltysik
September 18, 2022

As Albert Bourla tells it in his book, MOONSHOT, the ‘convincers’ to go the mRNA route came from his own Pfizer exec research team, who just happened to have been central to the NIH ACTIV launch announced on April 7, 2020…followed two days later by the Pfizer/BioNTech announcement of their collaboration on mRNA covid vax. Those ‘execs’, Mikael Dolsten & Kathrin Jansen (& Bourla!) seem to be deep, early links of Pfizer to the NIH/Fauci/Baric/Gates+ criminal cabal & their agenda.

Jonathan Perez-Guerra
September 18, 2022

Hey Catherine,

You mentioned you were surprised to hear rumors that Chrystia Freeland may take on a role with NATO. I have heard her grandfather Michael Chomiak played a key role for the Nazi party in propaganda. Being that he was an editor for Ukrainian Publishing House, which meant his role had him close to Hilter. Now I know Putin mentions the Nazis in Ukraine. Do you there could be any connection if all this is true?

Mary Dillon
September 18, 2022

What does a chromium core mean? Ive been using brave as I heard it does not track.

Natasha Ivanovic
September 18, 2022

Oh okay, didn’t know. What about Opera? I was suggested to use that one by a knowledgeable friend but hadn’t yet decided to switch from Brave.

Natasha Ivanovic
September 18, 2022

Totally agree with this comment, it was highly entertaining and informative with all the spontaneity!

Natasha Ivanovic
September 18, 2022

In Sydney, NSW, Australia, there have been ongoing train strikes and disruptions for months on end.

Mark Gilmore
September 19, 2022

Opera is not a major browser player, so we don’t have data or experience with it. It might work; it might not. I strongly suggest FireFox. You might want to ready our FAQ about Cybersecurity – What We Do: https://home.solari.com/cybersecurity-what-we-do/

John MacDonald
September 19, 2022

John was mentioning why the UK had an energy crisis given that it has reserves in the North Sea. Those reserves are almost used up. in the late 70@s to mid 80’s the UK have a large unemployment problem as Mrs thatcher closed down the Mines and steelworks. She used the revenue from the oil to pay for the unemployment. There are large reserves to the West of Scotland but in deep water. Now the oil price is high and the need for oil is high the oil industry will think about extracting it,
Again another great episode as Gibbs says in NCIS Rule 39 “There is no such thing as coincidence.” They are out to destroy the middle class

Lois Macaulay
September 19, 2022

In Ask Catherine, you mentioned that good films are getting harder to find. Have you come across the 1996 French film “Belle Verte”? It is a humorous look at culture using the device of a representative from a healthy planet (beautiful scenes) who is sent to earth to report back on our conditions. It was banned for 10 years, likely for suggesting that people having to pay for food is crazy, what passes for food is toxic, and that advanced technology involves the development of higher capacities and is therefore completely organic etc.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 20, 2022

Will check it out!

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 20, 2022

Will check out. Thanks!

Caroline Botsford
September 20, 2022

TWO “lighthearted?” FAKE MEAT STORIES:

(1) Beyond Meat Suspends COO after arrest for allegedly biting man’s nose
CNBC SQUAWK BOX COMMENTARY — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aC1qQYow6xA

FORBES ARTICLE — https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisadellatto/2022/09/20/beyond-meat-suspends-chief-operating-officer-after-arrest-for-allegedly-biting-mans-nose/?sh=41332fdd6bf6

(2) Fast Food Took a Gamble on Fake Meat. It’s Not Paying Off
https://www.bonappetit.com/story/mcdonalds-ends-mcplant-test-us-stores

Caroline Botsford
September 20, 2022

World War I was an effort to keep Germany and Russia from partnering to build a land bridge threatening England’s sea supremacy. Here we are back at the same place again with the Ukraine/Russian war.

Caroline Botsford
September 20, 2022

The decline in equities is probably due to Vatican pulling back funds, yet no one is saying that. Vatican deadline is Sept 30. So Powell, et al have to wing their way around this fact.

Caroline Botsford
September 20, 2022

Clearing the space debris may not be so altruistic. It could be they simply need to clear the paths to their targets. The debris would block them.

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 21, 2022

Lots of small stuff that can destroy a satellite, but could it protect it? Perhaps, if you were shooting satellites from earth, may make things more complicated. If you are on the moon shooting at earth, would it make a difference?

Catherine Austin Fitts
September 21, 2022

If you look at how much Vatican is pulling back, doubtful that it would move markets.

Caroline Botsford
September 21, 2022

Whew! Thanks, Catherine. One less worry.

Caroline Botsford
September 21, 2022

Shooting upward/earth to space, I hadn’t considered. Good point! Yes, I think shooting downward/space to earth, it could make a difference. Reading your note, I think you’re spot on that it could destroy a satellite. Thanks!

Caroline Botsford
September 21, 2022

BANK CEOs GO BEFORE CONGRESS TODAY 9/21

The heads of seven of the largest U.S. banks are set to face questions from Congress on hot-button issues including money-transfer scams, the state of the U.S. economy and a credit-card plan that would flag firearms sales

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggeULNqap1U

Caroline Botsford
September 21, 2022

BANK CEOs TESTIFY continued….the video provided above, the camera is not showing Congress. Camera for all videos are STRANGE!!!!

Here you can watch congress ask their questions….FOX NEWS…better camera work
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqhMdLTN_5g

Caroline Botsford
September 21, 2022

Please someone can you help me understand gold and silver…

How do you use gold/silver as a medium of exchange in a social economy? How do you purchase with it? What good is a silver/gold bar or coin when you go to buy milk? Store cashiers won’t know how to give you change – perhaps won’t even be permitted to accept it. What good is it as an investment if you can’t use it anywhere? And then, what happens if the economy goes digital! Then what!??

I know you have the calculator. But what if you don’t carry around your phone? Still, the question of cashiers accepting it and providing change when purchasing…. Thank you in advance.

Richard Lowe
September 21, 2022

I am more convinced than ever that 9/11 was an OP. I wish they had reached out to Cathrine on this.
PBD Podcast
Explosive 9/11 Claims by Richard Gage | PBD Podcast | Ep. 183
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3X4UMJNlGA

Catherine Simard
September 22, 2022

I used to be able to see M&M’s full screen. Now, unable.
Thank you!

Mark Gilmore
September 22, 2022

Use FireFox or Safari to view full-screen. We don’t support Google Chrome or any other browser with a Chromium core like Brave or Edge. Please see our FAQ “Cybersecurity – What We Do” here: https://home.solari.com/cybersecurity-what-we-do/