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    Brexit Vote Leads S&P to Cut European Union Credit Rating
    BBC | 30 June 2016
    Inevitably require new…

    After GE Ruling, Here are the Too-big-to-fail Banks and Financial Firms
    Market Watch | 29 June 2016
    Permitted to increase dividends and…

    Biggest Diamond in More Than Century Fails to Sell in London
    Bloomberg | 29 June 2016
    Didn’t clear the so-called…

    Domestic Abusers Can Lose Gun Rights, Rules High Court
    Governing | 28 June 2016
    Regardless of whether…

    Hong Kong’s Richest Man Isn’t Worried About the Survival of His $80 Billion Empire
    Bloomberg | 28 June 2016
    Fleeing to Hong Kong at age 12 as…

    UK Credit Default swap Rates Spike after Wave of Rating Downgrades
    CNBC | 28 June 2016
    Betting that the Bank of England will…


    London Gold Trade Agrees Reforms to Boost Transparency
    Reuters | 30 June 2016

    Chinese Investors Join Gold Rush for Haven After Brexit Turmoil
    Bloomberg | 27 June 2016
    Jumped to a record…


    AI Fighter Pilot Wins in Combat Simulation
    BBC | 28 June 2016
    Not score a kill…

    Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion BANNED TED TALK

    YouTube | 15 March 2013
    Provocative ideas…

    Chatbot Lawyer Overturns 160,000 Parking Tickets in London and New York
    Guardian | 28 June 2016
    DoNotPay helps users…

    This Orwellian Technology Automates Censorship and Is Even Worse Than It Sounds
    Activist Post | 28 June 2016
    Every image, every video, every audio, has a …

    First Universe Modeling Using Einstein’s Full Theory of General Relativity
    Gizmag | 27 June 2016
    So complex that until…


    Globalists Intend To Use Food As Key Weapon In World Takeover
    Infowars | 29 June 2016
    Shortages begin, providing excuse…

    The Financial and Emotional Toll of America’s Alzheimer’s Problem
    Yahoo Finance | 30 June 2016
    By 2050 that number is projected to…

    Pepsi Putting Aspartame back into Diet Drinks 1yr after Removing Controversial Sweetener
    RT | 27 June 2016
    200 times…

    How Telemedicine Is Transforming Health Care
    WSJ | June 2016
    Chronic conditions at…

    Calling ALL Venezuelans to the Table
    SOAW | June 2016
    When and how will all this…

    DARK Act Compromise Could Preempt Vermont’s GMO Label Law
    Common Dreams | 25 June 2016
    Industry continue to profit by…


    Georgia School District Hiring 450 Teachers, No Education Degree Required
    NBC 4i | 20 June 2016

    How I Went from Middle Class to Homeless

    YouTube | 22 April 2016
    Income in manufacturing, but…

    BBC: Wallander Season 4 – Finale
    BBC | 05 June 2016
    UK: Kenneth Branagh returns to his Bafta Award-winning..

    PBS: Wallander Season 4 – Finale
    PBS | 05 June 2016
    Neither carnage, corruption, or terrifying…



    World Stocks Tumble as Britain Votes for EU Exit
    Reuters | 24 June 2016
    Larger than during…

    U.K. Insurers Reel as Brexit Threatens $2.6 Trillion of Assets
    Bloomberg | 24 June 2016
    Reduce the solvency…

    Post Brexit, Odds are Up for Fed Interest-rate Cut
    Market Watch | 24 June 2016
    Probability for a rate cut…

    If You Own Stocks, You Need to Thank President Obama
    BI | 24 June 2016
    Top two presidents saw serious…

    The Amount Of Stuff Being Bought, Sold And Shipped Around The U.S. Hits The Lowest Level In 6 Years
    Activist Post | 24 June 2016

    Chinese Yuan Falls to more than 5-year Low on Brexit Fears
    Reuters | 23 June 2016
    Weakest since…


    Gold is Soaring, and It may Go even Higher
    BI | 24 June 2016
    Argument for a gold rally is…

    More Anomalous Gold Data In Latest Swiss Import/Export Figures
    Seeking Alpha | 22 June 2016
    Significant supplier…

    Euroclear to Develop Blockchain Gold Settlement System
    Coindesk | 21 June 2016


    Dozens of Clinton Meetings Left Off State Schedule: Report
    The Hill | 24 June 2016
    Secrecy and a questionable…

    FBI Just Created and Foiled their Own Terrorist Plot to Demonize Those Who Question Government
    Activist Post | 24 June 2016
    Great care to accuse Finicum…

    They Are Putting Armed Guards On Food Trucks In Venezuela
    Activist Post | 25 June 2016
    Veneer of civilization that we all…

    South China Sea Clashes Are Fracturing ASEAN
    National Interest | 24 June 2016
    Context, Vietnam is…

    Syria’s Future is Disappearing
    Pulitzer Center | 24 June 2016
    Infrastructure has largely been…

    Clinton Failed to Hand over Key Email to State Department
    AP | 24 June 2016
    Never used a government…


    Rolls Royce Reveals Remote Controlled ‘Roboships’ will Take to the Sea by 2020: Single Operator can Oversee Ships from a Holographic Control Room
    Daily Mail | 24 June 2016
    Legal and regulatory…

    Say Hello to Elio
    Elio Motors | 22 June 2016
    Ultra-high-mileage, sleek…

    Elon Musk wants to Build a Robot that Does your Housework – Video
    CNN | 21 June 2016
    “If our intelligence is exceeded, it’s unlikely we”…

    Robots are Coming for Your Job — but Maybe that’s Okay
    Extreme Tech | 21 June 2016
    Better at repetitive tasks than …

    FAA Expected to Announce Rules for Commercial Drones this Week
    PC World | 19 June 2016
    Allow for routine commercial …

    Life in the People’s Republic of WeChat
    Bloomberg | 20 June 2016
    760 million people…


    “Haiti was not always aided. Between 1963 and 1972, for example, the country enjoyed an economic renaissance as it buzzed with the activities of small entrepreneurs. The Kennedy administration had cut off all aid to Haiti in 1963 so as to bring Francois Duvalier to heel…Haiti thrived with style and panache during this decade that merely continued its isolation as  the world’s first black republic. A community that was sustainable, tolerant, and harmonious with its gods had been forged, with none of the starkness associated with sustainability projects. Haiti brimmed with laughter, flavor, music and color. Things dear to the Haitian soul were valued: things that could not be bought. Anacaona‘s descendants lived there, and their life’s purpose was self-realization and the creation of art. That was the Haiti in which I grew up.” ~ Dr. Dady Chery

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    In 2010, following a major earthquake, US and UN troops invaded and occupied Haiti. Although the devastation from the earthquake was great, the occupation and asset stripping by corporate and philanthropic interests were far worse.  Haiti may be the worst case yet of disaster capitalism. If recent allegations put forth by investigative reporters are true, the Clintons’ efforts to return to the White House are financed by Haitian lives. Based on Dr. Chery’s research, few of the billions raised by the Clintons for Haitian relief have helped the earthquake victims.

    Born and raised in Haiti and now living in the United States, Dr. Dady Chery has documented what has happened to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake in her remarkable book We Have Dared to be Free: Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation. Dr. Chery’s efforts to document events in Haiti are a remarkable contribution to our understanding of the use of disasters to compromise national and individual sovereignty. Haiti is a prime example of organized crime creating social inequality and lowering global productivity.

    This week in Let’s Go to the Movies, I recommend the documentary Clinton Cash.  It is not yet available for streaming on line, so put it on your list to see when it becomes available.

    Please send your questions for the Ask Catherine section by e-mail or post them at the comment section – I will answer them in next week’s Money & Markets.

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    “Revolutionaries do not make revolutions. The revolutionaries are those who know when power is lying in the street and then they can pick it up.” ~Hannah Arendt

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    This week on the Solari Report, Wayne Madsen of The Madsen Report joins me to discuss his new book Soros: Quantum of Chaos and “soft revolutions.” With years of experience working for the U.S. military-intelligence establishment, Wayne walks us through the strategic application of global philanthropic funding to advance both US and private interests. We discuss the application of “soft” power – continuing our discussion with Nafeez Ahmed on The CIA, NSA & Google  and with Charles Hugh Smith on Soft Weapons.

    Wayne reviews soft revolutions around the globe during the last decade — the Arab Spring, Ukraine, and Hong Kong — as well as the targeting of China and Russia, and domestic disturbances, including Ferguson, Missouri. He considers what we should expect in terms of the application of “soft power”  by the next US administration.

    In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review George Clooney and Julia Robert’s latest:  Money Monster. Clooney plays a “Kramer” character whose TV show is hijacked by a young man who has lost his life savings in a hedge fund manipulation. The story is a reminder that capitalism and organized crime differ significantly and that organized crime is, in fact, the primary contributor to inequality and falling productivity.

    Please send your questions for the Ask Catherine section of my Money & Market segment by e-mail or post them at the comment section.

    If you’re not a subscriber yet, you can learn more about becoming one here.




    By Jason Worth

    There is a meaningful chance that at some point in the next few decades, intelligent machines that mankind is creating now, will kill us. That is the premise of James Barrat’s book Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era. Barrat’s viewpoint, however sobering and concerning, is important, especially when considered amidst the cheerleading and optimism from Ray Kurzweil and the Transhumanist movement who gleefully proclaim an enlightened and beneficial merging of man and machine in the near future.

    To understand Barrat’s concerns, we must first understand the machine that is being built. We are all familiar, to some degree, with the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and the types of programs that currently use it. AI is built into the microchip that controls the anti-locking brakes in our cars, so when we slam on the brakes on a wet road, the computer calculates all of the various variables to bring the car to a safe stop without skidding. AI is built into Google’s and Amazon’s search algorithms, so that when we search on a given term or review a product for sale, these sites give us highly refined search results and alternative product suggestions. And, AI is built into IBM’s Deep Blue computer which was built specifically to play chess and is so good that it has beat human chess champions on multiple occasions.

    These are the examples of AI that we commonly know of today. And they are benevolent examples. They make our lives easier, and they provide helpful suggestions which enable us to more quickly find information or products for which we are looking. Certainly, this AI is not a threat to us. But, AI is very rapidly evolving, and it is the future versions of what these tools will grow into that cause Barrat to lose sleep.




    “You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”
    — William Wilberforce

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