“As a U.S. or global citizen and as a fiduciary responsible for family or institutional assets, you must also determine your responsibility and risk if the enterprise you are financing continues to aggressively reorganize its global and domestic operations at your expense and the expense of those you love. Caveat emptor is the ancient rule.“ ~ Catherine Austin Fitts and Carolyn Betts, “Caveat Emptor: Why Investors Need to Do Due Diligence on U.S. Treasury and Related Securities”
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Dr. Katherine Horton joins me this week with an interview we recorded in Switzerland late last year. We connect the dots between our personal financial assets and transactions and growing tyranny and lawlessness. Why are we financing public agencies and private corporations that act against our best interests and even outside the law? Indeed, our conscious choices give us a say about what and whom we finance.
Dr. Horton is a particle physicist and systems analyst with a master’s degree in physics and a doctorate in particle physics from the University of Oxford. She worked as a high-energy physicist on the particle collider at the German Electron Synchrotron DESY in Hamburg, Germany, and on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. She taught nuclear physics and particle physics at Hertford College, University of Oxford, conducted admissions interviews for undergraduate physics at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford, and served as a research fellow at St. John’s College, Oxford, a position that allowed her to expand her research into medical physics and the physics of complex human systems.
In 2011, during her research fellowship at St. John’s College, Dr. Horton became the overt target of the intelligence services. What began as overt surveillance became intrusive harassment that inspired Dr. Horton to learn more about which people and organizations are financing these networks and why they do so. Consequently, she has created a global network of researchers and citizens using transparency and litigation to protect the human rights of millions of people currently harassed and manipulated by intelligence agencies and their corporate contractors and affiliates. You can learn more at her website: Stop 007.
In Lets Go to the Movies I will review ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke—an excellent new documentary about the life and death of legendary composer, singer, and entrepreneur Sam Cooke who was murdered under highly questionable circumstances in 1964, followed by a significant effort to destroy Cooke’s name and legacy. That destruction has failed—Cooke’s talent and contributions remain timeless. If you have not yet discovered his work, you are in for a treat!
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