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Solari: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders

Solari Update: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders and Dr. Edwin Vieira - March 14

Two things awe me most, the starry sky above me and the moral law within me.
~~ Immanuel Kant

By Catherine Austin Fitts

On Thursday night, Franklin Sanders and I will take an in depth look at what is happening in the precious metals and financial markets and address your questions. Franklin will review the charts that assess the current consolidation pattern. We will also unpack some of the "spin" that has been unnerving for precious metals investors over the last month.

We will then be joined by legal scholar Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr. who has just published his magnus opum, The Sword and Sovereignty: The Constitutional Principles of the Militia of the several States. We will discuss the legal history and basis for citizens organizing through the States to reassert the law throughout our governance structures and economic activities.

Why have a preeminent legal scholar join us on the precious metals market report? Markets and financial liquidity require trust to function. Trust requires law. We need a fresh vision of how to apply our powerful legal traditions to inspire new alignments and organize the decentralized leadership required to rebuild our culture and our economy. Dr. Vieira's work is invaluable to contemplating effective action, rather than being isolated and getting picked off "one by one."

In Let's Go to the Movies, I will review The Naked Brand, a documentary that explains how mass media and advertising are breaking down. Something more human and intimate is emerging.

I will start with Money and Markets. Please post your questions on the blog. Talk to you Thursday!

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"I think it's a marvelous book....It's about the faith that it takes to reinvent your world and trying to do it in a way which is useful to other people under difficult circumstances, and the challenges and the enormous and extraordinary satisfaction that occurs as it works. So you get the terror, and you get the love, and you get the success all there in one book."

"I think it's a very good book to inspire and give you faith....I can't recommend it highly enough." Find the book here.

~~ Catherine Austin Fitts

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Do you want to know what's really going on? Watch our weekly Solari Story:

"When you look at someone's financial security and well-being what you soon discover is that their physical and intellectual health is critical to their financial health. So if somebody is sick or if somebody is not well educated, the chances of them being financially successful are much diminished..." Watch the video...

New stories posted on Wednesdays.

Just A Taste - Sequester Now, Debt Ceiling Later
Get a "taste" of the Solari Report with this video excerpt from last week's report:

"Our theme tonight is "The World Moves Forward." "The world may be moving on but you wonder in the global/financial markets, they're moving on but you wonder where in the world they're going." 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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