This week's Solari Story from Catherine Austin Fitts is titled "Trusted Sources." Here's a bit of the transcript:
"The first place you should go for good, trustworthy information is to yourself. What I find is most people have very good intuition if they will use it and nurture it and grow it. And one of the most critical concepts in the notion of coming clean is, the problem is you are being harvested and the first thing you need to do is stop being harvested.
"So the question about any information that comes to you or any opportunity that comes to you is, is this going to save you time and save you money or make you money; is it going to give you energy or is it going to drain you? So part of it is building your own intuition that says, 'This activity really builds me up in the long run and this activity doesn't. And this person or institution is good for me or not good for me or trustworthy.' …
"Now, if you look at this from the state of economic warfare that we're operating in, one of the most critical issues is, does it decentralize power or does it centralize power? So one rule of thumb to use is, if it's a very large enterprise or organization it's probably better to stay away from it. Whether it's your banks, whether it's companies you deal with, the more you can decentralize the better, generally. But that's a rule of thumb; it doesn't always stand up. So trust your intuition and try and decentralize as much as you can. From then on …"