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“A hundred wagon loads of thoughts will not pay a single ounce of debt.” ~ Italian saying
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This week on the Solari Report, Saker joins me for his quarterly report on the emerging multipolar world. We will focus on the recent meltdown in Washington over the changes underway in the United State policies regarding Russia. I will also compliment Saker for his accurate prediction last October about the schism inside the US deep state and the implications for the Presidential election.
Who and what will determine US policy to Russia and China? Who are the players involved? What does it mean for our relationships with the Anglo-American alliance and Europe? What does it mean for the future of NATO? Geopolitical alignments and trade relationships have never been so fluid, which is why I am delighted that Saker will be joining me this Thursday.
We will also discuss his latest article, “A color revolution” is under way in the United States.”
Please note that one of the two key variables that drive our scenarios for 2017 was the shift to the multipolar world. See the 2016 Annual Wrap Up published this month. Also in the Annual Wrap Up – The Essential Saker: From the Trenches of the Emerging Multipolar World has been named one of our Best Books for 2017..
I will discuss the latest in financial and geopolitical news in Money & Markets. Make sure to post or e-mail your questions.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review The Whistleblower, a movie based on the story of Kathryn Bolkovac, an American police officer who worked as a UN peacekeeper for DynCorp International in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1999. She was fired for her efforts to stop a sex trafficking ring that was serving and facilitated by DynCorp employees. She took the story to the BBC and subsequently won a wrongful dismissal lawsuit. A second DynCorp employee also brought a lawsuit at the time alleging similar practices in Bosnia. DynCorp continues to this day as a major contractor to federal, state and local government.
Talk to you Thursday!