“I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge. That myth is more potent than history. That dreams are more powerful than facts. That hope always triumphs over experience. That laughter is the only cure for grief. And I believe that love is stronger than death.” ~ Robert Fulghum
By Catherine Austin Fitts
I got lucky right before the U.S. elections. I discovered CJ Hopkins after reading The Covidian Cult and ordered his books. While the U.S. elections proceeded in a manner that could have broken the strongest of heart and mind, I was able to maintain a state of amusement. Instead of listening to the corporate “shriek-o-meter,” I was reading CJ Hopkins’ The War on Populism: Consent Factory Essays, Vol. II (Review here).
I laughed so hard every night that week, I literally started to worry about what the neighbors might think.
CJ Hopkins is a successful playwright, a novelist, and now an astute essay writer whose insights into our human condition will warm your heart and remind you that we are never alone. Sanity is indeed available just around the corner.
I invited Hopkins to join me on The Solari Report so that our subscribers could meet him, get to know him, and plug into his work. This is an inspiring conversation with a very inspiring man.
In Let’s Go to the Movies this week, check out one of my favorite comedies from next week’s Blast from the Past: Waking Ned Devine.
There is no Money & Markets this week. If you have questions for Ask Catherine, please email or post them in the Money & Markets commentary for December 3rd here.
For US Subscribers, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! The Solari team is giving thanks for your presence in our lives.