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Solari Update: The Ins and Outs of Vaccine Exemption

Solari Update: Coming Clean: The Ins and Outs of Vaccine Exemption with Alan Phillips

"We are changing our genetic code through vaccination."
--Guylaine Lanctot M.D.

There is nothing like a fine lawyer when you need one - particularly when the issue is sensitive and complex and the stakes are high. So I am delighted that we will be speaking this Thursday on the Solari Report with attorney Alan Phillips, author of The Authoritative Guide to Vaccine Legal Exemptions.

Alan joined us on the Solari Report in 2009 when many of us were concerned about efforts to mandate a swine flu vaccine. Since the failure of those efforts, the pressure to mandate vaccines for health care professionals has grown, as well as the pressure on parents from school systems.

'Coming Clean' is our theme for 2013. This Solari Report is part of our 'Coming Clean' series. Subscribers have said they wish to avoid vaccines, but don't know how to handle various legal, regulatory and professional obstacles. At your request, we have asked Alan to return to help you understand the law and latest developments in this area.

This will be an important Solari Report - I hope you will join us!

Talk to you Thursday!

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Surveillance cameras are ubiquitous, especially in the U.K.. and in the United States, Congress has already approved the use of drones for domestic surveillance. Then there's the 'Stingray' tool used by the FBI to track cell phones. It's enough to make even those who've gotten nothing hide feel nervous. New York-based artist Adam Harvey doesn't like it one bit. So he's taken it upon himself to design anti-surveillance clothing to foil government snoopers.

Decentralizing Telcom
SOPA, ACTA, the criminalization of sharing, and a myriad of other measures.

Coming Clean Beyond the Fiscal Cliff

As we look over the fiscal cliff into our financial abyss, now is a good time to 'Come Clean' about the real state of our lives, our communities, and our economy, starting with the U.S. federal finances that flow deeply and intimately throughout every aspect of our lives.

This Solari Special Report includes (22) challenges we must address to put our federal fiscal house in order.

Read the complete article here.


Just A Taste

View a video excerpt from Catherine Austin Fitts' recent Money & Markets segment on The Solari Report:

"Our theme is 'You Never Know,' and surprises in the air you should expect the unexpected. It really underscores the expression that the New World is percolating. Number 1 story of the week is 'The Gun Control Beatdown is On.' " Watch the video...

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Nothing in this Solari Update should be taken as individual investment advice. Anyone seeking investment advice for his or her personal financial situation is advised to seek out a qualified advisor or advisors and provide as much information as possible to the advisor in order that such advisor can take into account all relevant circumstances, objectives, and risks before rendering an opinion as to the appropriate investment strategy.

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