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The Solari Report 2016-09-29

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“France always had this balanced position that in so many conflicts was the voice of peace. I intend to maintain that. De Gaulle was pleading for a multipolar world.” ~ Marine Le Pen

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on the Solari Report,  The Saker will join me for his quarterly update on the shift to a multipolar world.

We will discuss the recent Duma elections in Russia as well as current developments in Syria and the implications for global geopolitics.

In his quarterly report in June, Saker described the policies likely in a Clinton presidency and the risks of war. In this report, at my request, he will review his top 10 recommendations for a Trump presidency.

We also celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of the 9/11 Truth movement, as described in Saker’s article published on the 9/11 anniversary.

Throughout this fascinating interview, Saker synthesizes these global developments into several significant insights.

This is the last week of the month – so no Money & Markets. If you have not listened yet, I recommend last week’s Money & Markets.  I issued a warning that the Presidential campaign is a distraction from serious political and financial developments underway. I am concerned that the “slow burn” is growing tired. Institutional and structural changes are quietly underway that many people may experience as a “controlled demolition” in the first two years of a new administration. Signs of “cut and run” by serious players are growing. It is critical that US voters focus on state and local elections and referendums designed to compromise the US Constitution.

Post and e-mail your questions for Ask Catherine and I will address in the subscriber input area or in Money & Markets the following week.

Have a wonderful week!

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