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The Solari Report: Breakaway Economy Pt. 1

The Solari Report: Breakaway Economy Pt. 1

by Catherine Austin Fitts
February 27, 2014

This week’s Solari Report is a follow up to your questions on our January Annual Wrap Up.

It is a briefing on the parts of the global economy experiencing significant investment, including from funds shifted out of governmental systems over the last twenty years and technology transferred from black budget programs.

In the first part, I will brief you on WHO is running things and what their concerns are.

We will look top down – from the global or G-7 level as well as from the viewpoint of the managers of large intergenerational pools of capital, such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and pools of family and private syndicate wealth. We will also look bottom up – from the viewpoint of an individual or head of household, the head of a small business or a small town mayor. How does this change how we relate to our family, our community and our colleagues?

In the second part, on March 13, I will address WHAT is happening – what we are building, growing and doing.

From The Blog

March 6
Fed Taper and Commodities with Don Coxe

March 13
Breakaway Economy Pt. 2

Book Review: Prisons We Choose to Live In

The Touch

Email From Author of Study on Roundup/Gluten Intolerance

Follow the Money

Anatomy of the Deep State

Introducing ‘Ears to the Ground’

Just A Taste - The Path Ahead
Get a "taste" of The Solari Report with this video excerpt from last week's report:

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Highlights from Last Week's Report
"He is literally a walking library of this phenomena and brings to it not just encyclopedia knowledge, but the ability to put it into a framework with intellectual integrity. As far as I’m concerned, he’s not only a national treasure, but an international treasure. I’ve embarrassed him enough. With that, Richard, welcome to The Solari Report."

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Coming Clean: Beyond the Fiscal Cliff
We are republishing each of the 22 challenges from Catherine’s fiscal cliff article weekly. We hope this helps to digest them bit by bit!

The Great Governance Mystery - 19th of 22 Challenges.
Read more here!

About The Solari Report
A live, weekly one-hour briefing with Catherine Austin Fitts and specialized experts, The Solari Report helps to navigate you through the shifting political and financial climates while building your wealth.

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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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