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    “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.”
    ~ Winston Churchill

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    A “saker” is a large migratory falcon that breeds from Eastern Europe across Asia. It is a more than appropriate handle for the Saker, the military analyst who “flies” from Vineyard of the Saker — my preferred website covering the geopolitical dance between Russia and the US and the emergence of a multipolar world.

    Saker has just published a marvelous collection of his posts entitled The Essential Saker: From the Trenches of the Emerging Multipolar World.

    For anyone who wants to understand the flow of events in Russia and Eastern Europe, you will find this week’s interview and the Saker’s writings a rich, fascinating contribution:

    “I think it’s a war — personally, I think Russia and the US are at war. And it’s a war for the future of civilization quite literally because the two models are incompatible. And one of them will have to collapse and be replaced by the other one. It’s unclear to me which one it will be, but that’s how deep it is now.”

    “And there is another phenomena: these people [the Western leadership] project their own mindset onto others. For instance, you probably remember that statement that Hilary Clinton made (I think it was in Scotland or in Ireland) that Putin is trying to rebuild the Soviet Union. And that’s laughable. It’s pathetic. You wonder who her advisers are. Russia has no need or use for a Soviet Union. As a matter of fact, everyone in Russia knows that. There is ridiculous talk today about Russia either planning to invade the Ukraine or now they say Poland and the Baltics — it’s laughable. But the thing is, this is what they would probably do if they changed places. Not only are they dead set on never negotiating but only submitting people, but they assume that everybody functions like they do.”

    In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review the documentary Sacred Stage which tells the story of the historic Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia, a symbol of culture that’s managed to outlast war, revolution and the fall of Communism.

    Mariinsky Theatre

    Please make sure to post or e-mail your questions, comments and concerns. If you’re not a Solari Report subscriber yet, you can learn more about becoming one here.

    Talk to you Thursday!

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    [Reposting as  Blowout Sale is On.]

    “If my cuisine were to be defined by just one taste, it would be that of subtle, aromatic, extra-virgin olive oil.” ~ Alain Ducasse

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    I am one of those people who are perpetually in search of the finest olive oil and balsamic vinegar to make – among other things – the perfect salad. I have never found an olive oil to top my favorite – Barbàra Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Sicily. There is something about olives that come from trees that are hundreds of years old – some said to be even a thousand years old.

    Their US importer just launched their website so the oil is now readily accessible to retail.




    “Death, be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so.”
    ~ John Donne

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    From a review of the available evidence, it appears that federal agents last week executed Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum (shown above with his wife and children) in Oregon in cold blood.  It sounds like his colleagues kept their heads and made it out alive. It could have come out the other way. They are lucky. Although, if the execution is questioned in court, their lives will be in danger, as well.

    The media assassination of Finicum, his family and and his colleagues is now underway. You have to kill his name if you want to kill him, get away with it and send the message that you can.

    American leadership has a long history of sending people to execute other people.  It often goes something like this: someone, typically a rich guy, makes a deal with someone else. Certain politicians carry the water on the deal and get cut in for a piece of the action. Often, they are transferring government resources at below market prices, so discretion is required.

    Then, it turns out that the implementation of this transaction runs into road blocks. Other people have property rights. There are local regulatory processes. The local citizenry is upset by the lawlessness or the lousy economics of what is happening. But the problem is that contracts are now in place, so the hold-up costs money and attracts unnecessary attention. The hold-up also creates risks (including personal liabilities). People get frustrated. Falling commodities prices mean that cash flows are thin. Overhead is burning away.

    Finally, someone is appointed to “fix” things. It’s as though a hot potato is transferred over to federal agents or to covert operations teams…unless it’s jobbed out to mercenaries or to mob hit men.

    Either the clock was ticking and the pressure was on — resulting in a poorly executed mess — or this execution was carried out to set a highly public example and to convey a message.  A covert team would have achieved a similar result with an induced heart attack, bio warfare, poisoning, EMF, or entrainment. The ranchers would have failed or died and the public would not have been the wiser. The deaths would have appeared natural or looked like suicides.

    If you take away just one message from this event, let it be the following: whatever you must do to stop gun control and a constitutional convention, please do it. Otherwise, be prepared to be herded off your land and into urban “reservations” where you will be stripped of your property and your human rights.

    You can also dig deeper and find out “how the money worked” on the Finicum execution. What deals are going down behind the scenes on federal lands in Oregon? Jon Rappoport has suggested that the execution may be related to a Clinton deal with the Russians for uranium.  Whatever or whomever it is, let’s follow the money back through the federal bureaucracies and the shadows to the anonymous individuals who flipped the kill switch.

    Cui bono? Who benefits?

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    Money & Markets

    “If you’re a goalkeeper, it doesn’t matter what you save the ball with – if you keep it out, it’s not a goal.”
    ~Mark Lawrenson

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    A remarkable 2% + bounce across global markets on Friday softened the awfulness of January on the last trading day. It looked like a “save” to me. If you read our Solari Report by Rambus published last Thursday, Are We in a Deflationary Spiral?, the charts were clearly indicating a sell signal on US and global equities. Now that signal is not confirmed. So let’s see what February brings.  This week is bound to be a “nail biter.”

    Here are the charts as of last Friday close:

    Chart Set 1
    Chart Set 2
    Chart Set 3
    Chart Set 4


    CRB Index

    [Click on this chart to view a full-sized version.]

    “The illusion of randomness gradually disappears as the skill in chart reading improves.”
    ~  John Murphy

    By Catherine Austin Fitts

    Rambus (of Rambus Chartology) joined us in October, 2015 in a written interview to review his technical analysis regarding “The Dollar, Gold & the S&P 500.” This Solari Report was so popular that I have invited him to update our subscribers quarterly in 2016.

    In this week’s report, Rambus will review global charts (in written form) including updates on the dollar, gold and the equity markets. We will address the question, “Are we in a deflationary spiral?”

    Two weeks ago, Rambus published a long- term chart (above) of the Thomson Reuters/Core Commodity CRB Index. He described it as “the scariest chart on the planet.” Such a chart flies in the face of fundamental analysis. After all, there is a growing population, rising global incomes and fewer commodities as we continue to extract resources from the planet.  These are the days of peak everything, right?

    Such fundamental analysis, however, depends on the “official” reality. When there are wide gaps between what is truly real and the official reality, technical analysis challenges our understanding. What does price say? What does the market know?

    Results, of course, speak for themselves and Rambus has produced some big ones. Among his most memorable was calling the downturn in precious metals prices in 2011. Like yours truly, he also experienced the wrath of the goldbugs thanks to that call.  Price can be a cruel friend…or one that protects us from ideologies that have run off the rails.

    I hope you’ll join us on the Solari Report this Thursday. If you’re not a subscriber yet, you can learn more about becoming one here.

    Note: There will be no Money & Markets segment this week. I will address subscriber questions in Ask Catherine the following week .


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