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  November 10, 2006    

Post-Election Reminder

When the new members of the 110th Congress are sworn into office:

  • The New York Federal Reserve Bank will still serve as depository for the US federal government;
  • The New York Federal Reserve Bank will still manage the Exchange Stabilization Fund for the Secretary of theTreasury;
  • The Secretary of the Treasury will still be a recently retired chairman of Goldman Sachs, considered to be one of the principal owners of the New York Federal Reserve Bank;
  • The US currency will still be created and controlled by the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve Banks;
  • The Federal Reserve Banks will still be controlled by the private member banks which own them;
  • There will still be trillions missing from federal accounts.

This means that the 110th Congress will be just as dependent on private bankers and the currency of force to keep our checks coming as the 109th Congress was. How can they push the Red Button if we won't?

If you have not yet, take action now to start banking at well-managed community banks and credit unions who are not complicit in trillions missing from government accounts.

Don't stop voting when you leave the polls. Keep voting with your money -- today and every day. Get your friends and family to vote with their money too. Get your local government officials to do the same. Ditto your employer, your school, and the not-for-profit you support and on and on.

Transforming our world is energized by transforming how money works in our lives.

-- Catherine Austin Fitts

"Making the Future Financially and Environmentally Sustainable"
Open to the Public
November 29, 2006, 7pm

Sponsored by Creating a Peaceful World by Sustaining Our Future
Location: Dover Quaker Meeting
141 Central Avenue, Dover, New Hampshire

As a member of Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee

New Orleans Investment Conference 2006

November 15-19, 2006


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by Catherine Austin Fitts
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by Carolyn Baker

I was on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia last week to give a lecture and workshop, "Navigate the Falling Dollar and the Shift to Sustainability." One of the advantages of creating an investment model that supports places and living capital is that it gives me the opportunity to visit and work with people who build and nurture beautiful homes, gardens and enterprises.

On Salt Spring, I stayed in a B&B cottage that was one of the most peaceful and restful places that I have ever been to: Dancing Light Cottage.

If you ever get to stay at Dancing Light, ask proprieters Henri and Tangachee for a tour of their organic garden. Watch out for the deer -- they just stroll right by you.

Lasqueti Mint
I heard a marvelous presentation by two partners who -- in the spirit of "just do it!" -- have started a mint on Lasqueti Island.

I also attended three study groups on the work of Rudolf Steiner and came home with a pile of his books, including one on biodynamic farming: Rudolf Steiner. Steiner is a terrific example of what one person can accomplish to build a better world if they just never give up!

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Where would Jesus and other good folks bank? In a local bank! In this audio seminar you'll learn how to affirm your existing bank or choose a new local bank or credit union.
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Catherine and host Harry Blazer introduce a unique new matrix integrating liquid and non-liquid investment strategies that are both local and global, place-based and people-based.
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In this seminar, Franklin Sanders helps us see the difference between chasing "money profits" in a political economy and enjoying financial prosperity by growing real wealth.

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© Solari, Inc. 2006

Disclaimer: 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.