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“But sooner or later baby, here’s a ditty
Say you’re gonna have to get right down to the real nitty gritty”
– “The Nitty Gritty,” by Lincoln Chase

By Catherine Austin Fitts

I am drowning in strange intellectual justifications for income inequality. There seems to be no end in inventing explanations for the existing centralization of wealth.

One recent article in the WSJ said that it was all because of semiconductors. You almost don’t know what to say to such hubris. If that were true – and it is not – I would point out that the early developments of semiconductors might have been paid for by the taxpayers through the black budget and transferred out to Silicon Valley in a manner that provided no return to the taxpayers.

The growth of academic and intellectual justifications has become so robust, I purchased Thomas Pikety’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century to try to understand what all the fuss is about. To my delight, his introduction is beautifully written and promises lots of statistics. So we shall see.

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By Dr. Joseph Farrell

Now, while the world cup soccer finals were going on – which Germany eventually won – the nations of the BRICSA bloc were busy talking to each other, and one of them, Mr. Putin, was talking with Mama Merkel. I was not able to comment on all of this at the time, having had to pre-schedule over a month of blogs due to the Secret Space Program conference (we’ll get back into orbit again this week, eventually, so be patient).

Now, what do you want to bet that they are not talking about soccer? Interestingly, while Putin and Merkel were at the World Cup, along with Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff, and her counterpart, Christina de Kirchner of Argentina, President Obama was not. One might wonder at the convenience of the finalists of the world cup being Germany and Argentina, for the latter wants into the BRICSA bloc, and the former has close trading ties with its two biggest members, Russia and China, and is also “less than happy” about American spying and other “activity.”

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The archive of the Secret Space Conference and Breakaway Civilization conference is now available on line for $35!


(Photo Credit: Price Chambers/Bloomberg)

By Simon Kennedy

Wall Street (SPX) doesn’t lead to Jackson Hole this year.

As the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City prepares to host next month’s annual gathering of central bankers in Wyoming, seasoned Fed watchers from the financial markets, including the chief U.S. economists of the biggest American banks, aren’t being invited, according to past participants.

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The Bohemian club! Did you say Bohemian club? That’s where all those rich Republicans go up and stand naked against redwood trees right? I’ve never been to the Bohemian club but you oughta go. It’d be good for you. You’d get some fresh air.”

— Bill Clinton

“A Bohemian tent in the 1900s, sheltering Porter Garnett, George Sterling and Jack London ”

Related reading:

Pentagon Insider Writes Novel About Bohemian Grove and Globalist Plot

The Men at the Grove
Occupy Bohemian Grove

Bohemian Grove: Where The Rich and Powerful Go To Misbehave
The Washington Blog Post (15 June 11)


Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, talks exclusively to Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of the Guardian, and reporter Ewen MacAskill in Moscow. The 31-year-old former intelligence analyst discusses whether he is a Russian spy, his likely fate if he returns to the US and the relevance of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four in the age of Google



By Harry Blazer

I would like to thank Nazha Aschenbrenner for giving me the opportunity to provide my perspective on Investment in Agriculture for Sustainability and Food Security (sovereignty) since I was not available to moderate the session at the 2014 AIM Conference.

First some definitions.

We define food as primary ingredients or that, which is made from primary ingredients, using processes that do not alter the fundamental integrity, wholesomeness and healthfulness of the primary ingredients used. A primary ingredient is water and also a natural (non-synthetic) nutrient with a fully-disclosed, one-word ingredient statement, which is neither genetically modified nor produced using GM technologies.

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