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Drugging Children for "Social Justice"

"Like fast-food chains, child psychiatric inpatient units and the wholesale psychiatric drugging of children, in and out of hospitals, are recent… and remarkably popular products and practices."
-- Thomas Szasz

Jon Rappoport’s special for the Solari Report this month is tough stuff about the drugging of children in poor communities.

The War on Drugs was once called “the holocaust in slow motion.” Now the introduction of pharmaceutical drugs to the same communities whose young people have been systematically targeted and destroyed with narcotics and related enforcement shifts the holocaust to a more Orwellian phase funded with your tax dollars.

I once lead an extraordinary presentation by a group of entrepreneurs and technologists to the leading foundations concerned with community development showing how we could use digital networks to reinvigorate small business and employment in inner cities, thus removing any needed for government or foundation funding. To my surprise, their response was quite negative. The head of low income programs at Fannie Mae spoke for the group. It was the single most depressing presentation he had ever seen, he said. If poverty could be ended, then his life’s work had no meaning. He would be out of a job.

The number of professionals who feed off of poor people funded with government money hides a much deeper and uglier agenda. It’s not a pretty picture. If you have children and grandchildren, however, and you want to make sure you know how to keep them safe, it pays to understand the truth of what is really happening.

Once again, Jon Rappoport tells it like it is.

For more information on Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News.

-- Catherine Austin Fitts  

 

 

From The Blog

Farmland: Iowa Farms Minting Millionaires as Rich-Poor Gap Widens
Farmland auctions in Iowa now resemble a dressed-down spectator sport with Sotheby’s prices, a reflection of the yawning divide that has opened in some of the most bountiful stretches of rural America. Farm earnings in the state and throughout the U.S. increased at eight times the rate of nonfarm wages from 2008 to 2011, fueling resentment and straining the social fabric of places with deep egalitarian roots.

Economic Census 2012
Beginning in November, businesses will start to receive forms for the U.S. Economic Census. The Economic Census is taken every five years and its purpose is to develop a comprehensive portrait of American business. According to the Census Bureau, over 4 million U.S. businesses will have to fill out economic census forms this year. Responses are due by February 12, 2013. The first statistics will be available in December, 2013. If your firm receives a census form, you are required by law to respond. The fine for failure to comply is up to $500 per form. The fine for willfully giving false answers is $10,000, but this is superseded by the sentencing guidelines, which limit the fine to $5,000.

 
     

Breakthrough Energy Movement

Catherine will be attending and speaking at the Breakthrough Energy Movement (BEM) in Hilversum Holland November 9th through the 11th.


Learn more about the BEM
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John Taylor Gatto

If you want to understand the US education system, read and listen to John Taylor Gatto. If you want to support a REALLY worthy cause and support one of the people who has done a tremendous amount to protect American children, contribute to the fundraising effort for John Taylor Gatto!


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Food Safety

As the holiday season approaches, we continue to reflect on our many blessings, including your friendship and support. We also continue to reflect on safe food.

Last year, we made a single donation to Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, which protects the rights of farmers and consumers to engage in direct commerce. Two years ago we made donations to local food banks and farmers' markets in every state and country where we have subscribers: all 50 U.S. states and 23 countries.

This year, we've decided to make a donation to Jeffrey M. Smith’s organization, Institute for Responsible Technology responsibletechnology.org. You may remember that Jeffrey was on The Solari Report on September 20th and is the leading advocate of promoting healthier, non-GMO food options. We also would like to donate to three more causes, but we need your help. Healthy food is so important and we want to support those who are fighting to protect us from GMOs. Do you know authors, attorneys, scientists, artists, musicians, or activists who are making a positive impact on our world and protecting us from dangerous food? We want to know about them. Please send information about these incredible people and how we can support them to kristen@solari.com

~ Catherine Austin Fitts & The Solari Team

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Attention friends of Solari: The Solari Report team is looking for artists to contribute political cartoons to the blog. Upcoming topic we wish to explore: the Fiscal Cliff. Please submit your cartoons to Kristen at artist@solari.com.

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