Let’s Go to the Movies: July 18, 2019 – Seed Swap in the Ozarks

This post was originally published on this site Seed Swap follows Dr. Campbell, an anthropologist living in the Ozarks, as he helps to organize a seed swap to be held March 1st 2008 in Mountain View, Arkansas. Hundreds of people and seed varieties attend the first Swap. Over a period of four years we watch … Read moreLet’s Go to the Movies: July 18, 2019 – Seed Swap in the Ozarks

July 14 – Bastille Day National Holiday in France

This post was originally published on this site The social charm of Bastille day is the summer weather and opportunity for family gatherings outdoors. If you could peek into one of their picnic baskets, it might contain Champagne, strawberries, a baguette or two, cheeses, smoked chicken, escargot, tarts, pastries and perhaps a bowl of Bastille … Read moreJuly 14 – Bastille Day National Holiday in France

2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – Equity Overview & Rambus Chartology

This post was originally published on this site “Gold is making money, bitcoin is making money, stocks are making money, bonds are making money…I’d rather own gold than bitcoin.” ~Jeffrey Gundlach on 2019 YTD financial market performance. By Catherine Austin Fitts This week I present the 2nd Quarter 2019 Equity Overview with charting from Rambus … Read more2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – Equity Overview & Rambus Chartology

Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Farmers and Markets

This post was originally published on this siteIf the US has a Grand Master of family farming and marketing strategy, it’s likely Joel Salatin” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts As you take stock of the food resources in your area, farmers and markets can supply what you don’t grow. Have fun with this opportunity. Visiting the … Read moreFood Resilience Action for Family and Community: Farmers and Markets

Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Farmers and Markets

This post was originally published on this siteIf the US has a Grand Master of family farming and marketing strategy, it’s likely Joel Salatin” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts As you take stock of the food resources in your area, farmers and markets can supply what you don’t grow. Have fun with this opportunity. Visiting the … Read moreFood Resilience Action for Family and Community: Farmers and Markets

Hero of the Week: July 11, 2019 – 14 Russian Submariners

This post was originally published on this siteDefense Minister Sergei Shoigu explained that “the submariners on board were unique military specialists—highly skilled professionals who conducted important research on the Earth’s hydrosphere.” The crewmembers who died were: Captain First Rank Konstantin Ivanov Captain First Rank Andrey Voskresenskiy Captain First Rank Konstantin Somov Captain First Rank Denis … Read moreHero of the Week: July 11, 2019 – 14 Russian Submariners

Book Review: A Lie Too Big to Fail: The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

This post was originally published on this site“What has violence ever accomplished? What has it ever created? No martyr’s cause has ever been stilled by an assassin’s bullet. No wrongs have ever been righted by riots and civil disorders. A sniper is only a coward, not a hero; and an uncontrolled or uncontrollable mob is … Read moreBook Review: A Lie Too Big to Fail: The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

Food for the Soul – Interview with a Milanese – Journalist Paola Jaccobi

This post was originally published on this site As part of Solari’s ongoing celebration of the year of da Vinci, we visited Milan and met with one of the city natives. Paola Jacobbi is a very respected Italian culture and entertainment journalist who has lived in Milan for most of her life. Paola joins Food … Read moreFood for the Soul – Interview with a Milanese – Journalist Paola Jaccobi

Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Gardening

This post was originally published on this site “Start supporting your local farmers, start a garden, whatever you have to do to figure out how to get a local food supply, start now!” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts Subscribers only June 20 Money & Markets Commentary, minute 23 Farmageddon, trade wars, etc. are discussed with Dr. … Read moreFood Resilience Action for Family and Community: Gardening

Flashmob Nuremberg 2014 – Ode to Joy

This post was originally published on this site In appreciation of our region! Many thanks to all members of the Hans-Sachs-Chor and the Philharmonie Nürnberg, who enthusiastically took up this project with us and realized it so much on the 14.06.2014 at the Lorenzkirche in Nuremberg. Many thanks also to all who pay tribute to … Read moreFlashmob Nuremberg 2014 – Ode to Joy

2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part II with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

This post was originally published on this siteJAT “Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” ~ Plato By Catherine Austin Fitts This week we publish the second part of our two-part publication of the … Read more2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part II with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

Catherine’s Money & Markets Report: July 11, 2019

This post was originally published on this site ~ Raw audio of the Money & Markets will publish late July 11th, finalized audio will be published on July 12th ~ By Catherine Austin Fitts Theme: The Transatlantic Alliance – Will Europe Have to Go It Alone? Stories: China Trade Negotiations Hero: To Come Let’s Go … Read moreCatherine’s Money & Markets Report: July 11, 2019

Economy & Financial Markets – 3rd Quarter 2019

This post was originally published on this siteHK currency market coming unhinged. HK interbank lending rate skyrocketing (up 30bps tonight alone!) as money evacuates the system. Kyle Bass | 03 July 2019 Lagarde’s shattering ECB move OMFIF | 04 July 2019 Now in Effect: West Virginia Law to Start Treating Gold and Silver as Money … Read moreEconomy & Financial Markets – 3rd Quarter 2019

Happy 4th of July!

This post was originally published on this site “The American, by nature, is optimistic. He is experimental, an inventor, and a builder who builds best when called upon to build greatly.” ~ John F. Kennedy Related reading: Independence Day on Wikipedia The History of America’s Independence Day Please follow and like us:

Let’s Go to the Movies: July 5, 2019 – How We Can Eat Our Landscapes

This post was originally published on this site What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and … Read moreLet’s Go to the Movies: July 5, 2019 – How We Can Eat Our Landscapes

2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part I with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

This post was originally published on this site “It is hard for countries to accept the US dollar as settlement for international trade when the US has been excused from accounting. People do not want to do business with entities that do not have accounting.” ~ Rob Kirby on the adoption of FASAB 56 By … Read more2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up – News Trends & Stories, Part I with Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

Announcing the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up Cover & Theme

This post was originally published on this site “It is hard for countries to accept the US dollar as settlement for international trade when the US has been excused from accounting. People do not want to do business with entities that do not have accounting.” ~ Rob Kirby on the adoption of FASAB 56 By … Read moreAnnouncing the 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up Cover & Theme

Book Review: Operation Gladio & Among the Ruins by Paul L Williams

This post was originally published on this site “By the waters of Babylon, we sat and wept when we remembered Zion” ~Psalm 137:1 By Catherine Austin Fitts I have long been remiss in educating myself about Operation Gladio. For those not familiar with it, here is the description from Wikispooks: Operation Gladio first came to … Read moreBook Review: Operation Gladio & Among the Ruins by Paul L Williams

Road Trip!!! Christis Fireworks, Van Alstyne, Texas

This post was originally published on this site Van Alstyne, Texas fireworks 4th July 2018 Photo by Jeff Lee By Catherine Austin Fitts After I leave Austin on July 3, will head for an afternoon java with the crew at Christi’s Fireworks in Van Alstyne, Texas. If you need fireworks for July 4th in the … Read moreRoad Trip!!! Christis Fireworks, Van Alstyne, Texas

Book Review: The View from Flyover Country by Sarah Kendzior

This post was originally published on this site “I live in the middle, and when you live in the middle, you see things from all sides.” ~ Sarah Kendzior By Catherine Austin Fitts Based in St. Louis on the Mississippi River, Sarah Kendzior is an academic expert on authoritarian states who has turned her skills … Read moreBook Review: The View from Flyover Country by Sarah Kendzior

From The Moneychanger: Senator Frank Nicely – Restoring Freedom in Tennessee

This post was originally published on this site “One of the first things we did was pass a raw milk bill so that people can once again milk cows with very little investment. Just one cow. Milk it by hand and sell the milk. The going price for raw milk right now is about $8.00 … Read moreFrom The Moneychanger: Senator Frank Nicely – Restoring Freedom in Tennessee

Food for the Soul: Departing in Style – Mawangdui Tombs

This post was originally published on this site“When future generations look back to my time, it will probably be similar to how I now think of the past.” Wang Yi Zhi, famous Chinese calligrapher 303-361 AD By Nina Heyn – Your Culture Scout It would be impossible track the history of human civilization if not … Read moreFood for the Soul: Departing in Style – Mawangdui Tombs

How to Find a Local Bank

This post was originally published on this site“Many small businesses rely on small financial institutions, like credit unions and community banks, to meet their capital requirements. Without them, these small businesses would have to close their doors.” ~Sam Graves [CAF Note: Originally published on July 4, 2004] By Catherine Austin Fitts A. Identify Local Banks … Read moreHow to Find a Local Bank

Let’s Go to the Movies: June 27, 2019 –

This post was originally published on this site News clip of Forrestal as of his resignation check out the news clip of Forrestal on the day he resigned as Secretary of Defense that Martin refers to in our discussion: Related reading: James Forrestal on Wikipedia Hero of the Week: June 27, 2019 – James Forrestal … Read moreLet’s Go to the Movies: June 27, 2019 –

Let’s Go to the Movies: June 27, 2019 – News Clip of Forrestal

This post was originally published on this site News clip of Forrestal as of his resignation Check out the news clip of Forrestal on the day he resigned as Secretary of Defense that Martin refers to in our discussion: Related reading: James Forrestal on Wikipedia Hero of the Week: June 27, 2019 – James Forrestal … Read moreLet’s Go to the Movies: June 27, 2019 – News Clip of Forrestal

Catherine’s Money & Markets Report: July 4, 2019

This post was originally published on this site~ Due to the holiday in the US on July 4th, the audio will post on Friday, July 5th ~ By Catherine Austin Fitts Theme: Fur Balls, More Fur Balls, Fur Balls Everywhere You Turn Stories: The latest pronouncement of US Failure Hero: James Forrestal Let’s Go to … Read moreCatherine’s Money & Markets Report: July 4, 2019

The Assassination of US Secretary of Defense James Forrestal with David Martin

This post was originally published on this site “The art of war is of vital importance to the state. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected.” ~Sun Tzu ~Audio will post at … Read moreThe Assassination of US Secretary of Defense James Forrestal with David Martin

Hero of the Week: June 20, 2019 – Brother Bruce Mejia

This post was originally published on this site “Don’t expect anything contemporary or liberal. We are an old-fashioned, independent, fundamental, King James Bible only, soul-winning Baptist church. Faithful Word Baptist Church is a young, family-integrated church. ” Related reading: Brother Bruce Mejia: Facebook Faithful Word Baptist Church Los Angeles: Facebook Faithful Word Baptist Church Please … Read moreHero of the Week: June 20, 2019 – Brother Bruce Mejia

PDF of the 2018 Annual Wrap Up – the Real Game of Missing Money, Volume II

This post was originally published on this siteThe PDF of the 2018 Annual Wrap Up – the Real Game of Missing Money, Volume I and II is now available to Solari Report Subscribers! If you are not a Solari Report subscriber and would like more information, click here. If you would like to subscribe, please … Read morePDF of the 2018 Annual Wrap Up – the Real Game of Missing Money, Volume II

Let’s Go to the Movies: June 20, 2019 – The Worricker Trilogy

This post was originally published on this site Movies often describe the role played by society and the media in framing our understanding of the world and our view of events and of each other. This week in Let’s Go to the Movies, I revisit one of my favorites: The Worricker Trilogy. (See my review … Read moreLet’s Go to the Movies: June 20, 2019 – The Worricker Trilogy