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“Life, it turns out, is infinitely more clever and adaptable than anyone had ever supposed.”
~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This week, we begin the publication of our 2022 Annual Wrap Up. Dr. Joseph P. Farrell joins me for Part I of News Trends & Stories; we will continue with Part II the following week.
In Part I, Dr. Farrell and I focus on the top 20 stories as well as what we have come to call “Bizarro World” headlines (particularly creepy stories, often designed to distract you and waste your time). Follow along on the web presentation; the link will be in your subscriber links when Part I publishes.
Here are our picks for the top 20 stories:
- The financial coup and the Going Direct Reset
- The Great Poisoning accelerates: “We are staring down the barrel of a mass atrocity”
- Department of Defense and their contractors: the war on us
- The proposed WHO coup
- More push for total control
- The petrodollar loses its “petro”
- War in Ukraine and the expansion of NATO
- The end of cheap money: a farewell to bubbles
- Whither the Anglo-American alliance: the reign of Queen Elizabeth II ends
- The productivity rebellion
- Jan. 6 Committee: the domestic terrorist trick bombs again
- Growth of the space-based economy
- BRICS continue to move toward currency alternatives
- China: Xi Jinping consolidates power
- Digital TV and smartphones are the most successful weapons of our day
- Democrats hold U.S. Senate in defiance of all exit polls
- Weird weather: droughts, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes
- FBI pays rich social media companies to censor taxpayers—using taxpayers’ money
- IRS proposes to hire more IRS agents than all U.S. tax preparers
- Glorious pushback all year long—and rising
In Part II, Dr. Farrell and I will review what these stories and trends mean to you in the context of your daily lives and work during 2023 using our Building Wealth framework.
The theme for the 2022 Annual Wrap Up is “Pharma Food,” a trend that includes lab-grown meat and synthetic food. This will require all of the pushback each of us can muster—starting with ongoing, committed support for our local farmers and fishermen—if we wish to retain access to food that is healthy, fresh, and real.
After publishing the two parts of News Trends & Stories, we will continue with my final Equity Overview for 2022. The following week, I will talk with Dutch new media journalist Elze van Hamelen. I asked Elze to investigate and write Pharma Food; the final Wrap Up will feature her elegant and comprehensive write-up of her unsettling findings.
Recognizing that each person’s circumstances are unique, we hope, as always, that our discussion will guide you toward solutions, helping you determine actions you can take and tactics that are right for you.
Money & Markets
In Money & Markets this week, John Titus and I will cover the latest events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical trends we are tracking in 2023—and the growing pushback against corruption. Post questions at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Related Solari Reports:
3rd Quarter 2022 Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part I
3rd Quarter 2022 Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part II
2nd Quarter 2022 Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part I
2nd Quarter 2022 Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part II
1st Quarter 2022 Wrap Up: News Trends & Stories, Part I