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Solari: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders

Solari Update: Precious Metals Market Report with Franklin Sanders and Larry Pratt

"When you're finished changing, you're finished."
~~ Benjamin Franklin

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This Thursday, I am headed over to Top of the World Farm to join Franklin Sanders for the Solari Report. After Money & Markets, Franklin will update us on the precious metals markets and the development of two-tiered markets. We will talk about the stress in the physical market and related geopolitics.

Given the compromises of Eurozone deposit insurance in Cyprus, the demand for ways to transact outside digital and banking systems are growing. We will walk you through the numbers - driving prices down is a much faster, less expensive, more effective form of confiscation than legislative action.

Protection of our financial assets, however, depends on our right to own and bear arms. Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, will join us by pre-recording to review increasingly successful efforts to prevent new federal gun control laws. Franklin and I will then connect the dots to our ability to grow and trade fresh food at reasonable prices and to maintain our ability to transact with gold, silver and cash. I will also review again the reasons to avoid Bitcoin.

In Let's Go to the Movies, I will review Innocents Betrayed, a documentary that reviews a history of government genocide of unarmed populations. Beware - it's tough stuff. However, it is essential to understand the importance of a well armed, well trained population to maintain the balance of power between people, governments and large corporations that now have the power to field private security forces. Watch the film here.

Do post your questions for us on the blog!

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Global Crowdfunding Volumes Rise 81 Percent in 2012
Crowdfunding websites helped companies and individuals worldwide raise $2.7 billion from members of the public in 2012.

Property and the Lady
[CAF Note: Given the recent leads about the TransPacific negotiations and the President's proposal for private financing of infrastructure, combined with the efforts to push through gun control, get ready for a top down reengineering of land ownership and management on scale.]

Obama Budget to Take Aim at Wealthy IRAs
President Obama's budget, to be released next week, will limit how much wealthy individuals - like Mitt Romney - can keep in IRAs and other retirement accounts.

Why A Cyprus-Like Seizure Of Your Money Could Happen Here

Solari Stories - The Mom and Pop Predicament
Do you want to know what's really going on? Watch our weekly Solari Story:

"I find there's a real effort now to blame Mom and Pop USA for what's happening and it's one of the most frustrating things for me. Yes, I believe that we all need to come clean and take responsibility because certainly everybody in America - it's been pretty easy to know that something was terribly wrong with the federal finances and a lot of us have literally felt that there was nothing we could do and so we've let it go." Watch the video...

New stories posted on Wednesdays.

At Home in Dogwood Mudhole by Franklin Sanders

"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."
~~ Catherine Austin Fitts

Find the book here.

Just A Taste - Spring Cleaning
Get a "taste" of the Solari Report with this video excerpt from last week's report:

"What we've been watching for the first 3 months of 2013 in one sense, is an entire planet struggling to avoid coming clean or struggling with the need to come clean or the detox process associated with coming clean." 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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