Solari Stories: The Fiscal Cliff and Gun Control
"Solari Stories" is a new, brief weekly video feature from Catherine Austin Fitts. The Daily Bell is pleased to be able to make these available to our readers. Here are Catherine's first two, with a snippet of transcript for each and link to the full videos.
Solari Stories #1: The Fiscal Cliff and Gun Control
"There is absolutely a relationship between the fiscal cliff and gun control and gun control serves several purposes. The leadership has been trying for many years to disarm the population and throughout the English-speaking world we've seen that happen in many other countries and the effort to disarm the population here is very significant. And it is significant coming as it did right upon the fiscal cliff negotiations for two reasons.
"One is, if you look at what has to happen in terms of reducing spending and/or increasing taxes and changing the financial operations of the country given the dependency of the general population, I think that the leadership is very sensitive to the fact that we have not been running the federal finances according to the law and if it came to a real confrontation with citizens over how money was going to be allocated, the citizens are on very strong legal grounds to say, "No, we're not going to pay taxes. We're going to escrow taxes. We're going to assert all sorts of legal authorities over how the money is being managed." I think the leadership is on very shaky legal ground and as a result is very concerned that the population would have the physical ability to prevent all sorts of what I would call illegal enforcement. ... "
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Solari Stories #2: Divide and Conquer
"... But what I've found, unfortunately, is that in a divide and conquer situation it's relatively easy if you control the fed budget to buy people into opposing camps. So for example, we saw during the fiscal cliff negotiations New York State constantly was turned down on the Hurricane Sandy relief package and yet we come into gun control and suddenly New York passes a gun control law and the next minute Congress passes a $51 billion hurricane relief package. Well, if you can steal $4 trillion and turn around and buy people with $51 billion packages you can buy a lot of people. ..."
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Posted by Ol' Grey Ghost on 03/02/13 12:55 PM
Posted by 1776 on 03/01/13 05:19 PM
BUSINESS GAINING MOMENTUM: NOW 44 GUN COMPANIES HAVE STOPPED SELLING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT IN ANTI-2ND AMENDMENT STATES Feb. 23, 2013
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Posted by 1776 on 03/01/13 12:44 PM
Published on Feb 28, 2013
On Thursday January 25th, New Jersey police officers entered the apartment of Keith Pantaleon without permission, warning, warrant or explanation. After entering the apartment, they apparently had suspicion of him having a weapon, though none were visible.
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Posted by 1776 on 03/01/13 12:13 PM
Posted by Don from the Republic of Lakotah on 03/01/13 11:05 AM
It is my suspicion that bankster agents continuously and quietly pitch bond schemes to local government officials. Schemes that ultimately benefit banksters by appropriating interest payments from property tax streams. Schemes that seem to loosely follow this scenario.
First, a quid-pro-quo deal is quietly, very quietly, struck. A deal that financially benefits privileged people who hold sway over local government's public treasury. A large landowner along with the owner of a construction company, for instance.
Next, mass media promotes the building of a building. It matters little if the building houses a sports venue or a convention center. Any building will do. It merely serves as an excuse to float bonds anyhow.
Viola! The public is quietly, very quietly, saddled with new liability and risk. A new public building dots the landscape. The bankster acquires a new revenue stream backstopped by the public.
It seems to me that one can fruitfully use an odious debt argument to nullify such schemes. It's my understanding that any "quiet, very quiet" parts of my scenario directly violate "full disclosure" provisions of contract law.
Posted by NoPrevarication on 03/01/13 10:27 AM
Truer words have never been spoken. That is exactly what is happening. Read Edward Bernays book "Propaganda" and you will clearly see how easily government manipulates the people. It is still the standard work used by those who need to manipulate people.
Race hatred in the south used to be called "waving the bloody shirt," because it was divide and conquer all the way; southerners never realizing that we were all in the same boat. You may not want to believe it, but we really are all are in the same boat.