55 Even though they are communists, from a standpoint of their own national self-inter- est, it makes sense to me. They’re not going to use it, but as long as they have it, it is going to be a difficult nut to crack. Fitts: They will be free to stay out of the BIS system. One of the subscribers said to me, “You mean I should be rooting for North Ko- rea?” Farrell: I’m not rooting for them, but I’m simply saying that they’ve made a decision for their own national interest, and this is the problem. The globalists don’t want anybody to think in terms of national interest, and that is the problem. Most people don’t remember this about North Korea and Russia and China and Japan and South Korea, but a few years ago South Koreans elected a government that attempted to make noises that, “We can solve this ourselves amongst Koreans.” Of course, the next thing you know, the US put the squeeze on, and that government is out of power. So, yes, this is a tempest in a teapot. I don’t think that North Korea is ever going to give up a nuclear deterrent. I don’t think that we would go in there, especially now – and we’ll get more into this in Part II – giv- en some of the things that we’ve discovered about our military holes. Fitts: This has been Economy & Financial Markets and Geopolitics for the 3rd Quar- ter. Looking ahead to the 4th Quarter, giv- en what has happened in the 3rd Quarter, what do you think are the things that the people listening to this need to consider and think about and watch for? Farrell: The first thing that they have to watch for is the increasing use of the multicultural agenda to drive fundamental revisions in the financial and governance structure of the United States – in other words, a Constitutional Convention. This is what the ultimate objective is. Look for signs of that to continue and to increase. I would also expect that, eventually, you will be hearing about pushback. “If one political section of the country could have its own social justice warriors going out and causing chaos, we can, too.” I think that is coming down the pike. Fitts: Remember that with Bitcoin they can launder tremendous amounts of money anonymously to people and pay them to go around and do ridiculous things. Farrell: That is exactly what I am thinking. Fitts: People who are not having tremen- dous amounts of money laundered into them have to go to work. Farrell: I would look for that. Fitts: One thing that is so important and is not happening is, when I see those folks – whether they are breaking windows or whatever – I see a paid employee who is simply doing their job. I don’t take them seriously and it’s reality TV. They are paid to break those windows. It’s a job, and that is what they do almost like the Truman Show. I don’t take them seriously because it’s an op. So we need to get real about it being an op and that is all that it is. Think of it as a mini street theatre false flag. It’s an op, and we now need to stop taking it seriously. There are many different ways to handle each situation, and everybody is different. I think the time has come for us to stop playing back. We have to say, “This is our country. If you want to get a job breaking windows, you need to go elsewhere.” I think the American people need to get over their embarrassment, their political correctness, and their shame, and need to start asserting the law – whatever that means in each situation and whatever they want to do. If you look at the 2nd Quarter Wrap Up, there are many ideas of what everybody can do. Everybody is different, so I’m not telling them which ones are ap- propriate, but if everybody would do what they could, it would be a mighty army. Farrell: It’s a matter of withdrawing support from mechanisms that no lon- ger represent your individual worldview. I’m going to hammer my favorite topic here. That means, first and foremost, the universities and colleges. Quit sending your kids to these institutions that are turning out nothing but social justice warriors and people with studies in Women’s Rights or Women’s Studies or this clap track. Fitts: You can’t afford to spend $60,000 a year to have your child come home with enormous amounts of entrainment and mind control. Farrell: And you have to start standing up for those professors who have been speak- ing out against it and are under fire at the universities. That is also crucial. This is not going to get turned around unless we recapture the academy. Fitts: There are also plenty of schools abroad that you can attend. So if ours are mind control laboratories, go elsewhere. Farrell: Right, or start our own. Fitts: Exactly. I think there are so many different ways to contribute to it, but we are going to have to get serious. The other thing is that the missing money issue is coming to a head. I’ve seen so much spin in the 3rd Quarter saying, “Well, social security is an entitlement, and Amer- icans are too materialistic, and there is $20 trillion of debt, and there is no money,” and all of that is a lie. We can’t let that lie stand. One of the reasons I keep redundantly pushing the missing money story is because any time you’re at dinner and somebody says, “There is no money,” you say, “That is not true.” It’s all there. We’ve made it public. Anybody can read it and everybody can get the government documents. It’s time that we go on the offensive about the spin on this. Farrell: Absolutely. Create so many fronts that they can’t deal with all of them and that is the key. So far, they have been very successful in keeping everybody divid- ed and in a herd mentality, and it’s not about that. I go to what I said previous- ly. Figure out what you can do that will give you some pleasure and happiness in doing it by way of sharing information in your neighborhood, in your city, your township, whatever, and start putting this information out there. Just start being a big nuisance. Fitts: Recently, I did another interview with Greg Hunter on the missing money,