Daily Notes 07.24.18

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Money manager Catherine Austin Fitts says, “The global economy is going to be controlled from space.” Even the U.S. dollar’s viability will depend on “how good the U.S. space program is . . . . President Trump gets it.” Fitts contends, “Trump has done a remarkable job educating the American people about the real deal. He’s currently educating people that you have to make the cash flows work on trade work. That’s number one. There is such a thing as financial accountability. . . . Number two, so he’s saying look, if we are going to stay dominate, we need to be successful in space. We need to have a ‘space force,’ and p.s. we have all these magical and mysterious weapons and wink, wink, they have something to do about space. So much of the current plan of ‘Make America Great Again,’ pull back behind the oceans, really depends on projecting power through space. I always say the satellite lanes are the sea lanes of the 21st century. That’s why this competition in space is so very important.”

Fitts says President Trump has a mammoth job turning America around and contends, “Trump is trying to turn the aircraft carrier around before we hit the iceberg. It’s a very, very messy process. If you and I were going to turn it around, we would want to get in a room and have an honest conversation. There is so much criminal liability involved nobody can have an honest conversation. It’s making it very difficult. . . .Trump has done more than any other leadership around the world to try and inspire transparency, and he has taken enormous risks to do it. I give him credit for it.”

Fitts goes on to say, “The establishment has stolen $50 trillion plus, and they want to keep it, and they want to invest it in the space based economy and not have to give it back to the pension funds. One of the most important techniques they are going to use to do that is basically with digital control, with both of the currency, as well as the systems that do surveillance and control. So, (they think) if we can get 7 billion people on smart phones and 5G coming in from satellites or land, anyway you do it, and everybody has a digital currency, and if you don’t behave, you turn off their currency. We are talking about ways of controlling people through the digital systems which are very, very invasive. . . . If you look at the policies going on, whether it’s the effort to bring in the guns or effort to force cashless, those who are centralizing control of the economy, they want to make sure they have control because when they invest that money, they want to make sure it makes their wealth go up and not the general population’s wealth go up. They don’t want to have to refund those monies back into the pension funds or Social Security. They want to be able to say, well, the money is gone, and we spent too much of it and did not balance the books and etcetera, etcetera. So, this is what this is about. This is about who is going to allocate what resources that are there, and are they going to be in a position to harvest and drain the American taxpayer.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Catherine Austin Fitts, Publisher of The Solari Report.This interview will talk about trillions of dollars of stolen taxpayer money, the burgeoning space economy and total control forced on the world by the elite.

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https://home.solari.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/sr20180426_1st_Q_Whos_Who.pdf   31 page report

‘Unanswered Question #5: Geophysical Risks & Space Weather.’ What
are our risks actually? There is a wide discussion of this, and some very
crazy theories. Is our planet dying? If so, over what time period? What
kind of protection do we require from asteroids that could hit earth?
What about space dust, solar flares, and changes on our planet or
nearby planets?

‘Unanswered Question #6: The Real State of Our Technology.’ We
anticipate rapid changes in material science and a wide range of
technologies that will make a space-based economy very viable.
However, a great deal of technology is hidden behind the national
security state. If we have ships flying around the planet with anti-gravity
propulsion, why are we spending so much money on reusable rocketry?
Why is the primary source of our energy still fossil fuels? Why are
dramatic drops in launch costs using rockets so important to current
growth? That is another puzzling series of questions.

Unanswered Question #7: Governance: Global Law Versus Outside the
Law.’ The value of any asset is deeply impacted by the law, regulation,
and enforcement that defines and governs its creation, existence,
ownership, and management. We believe that the legal issues involving
space are so important, and to understand the economics, we published
a special report in 2015 on the legal aspects of space. We have
republished that in this web presentation. It’s called ‘Solari Special
Report: Issues and Framework of United States Law Concerning Outer

What we know is that numerous sovereign governments and likely
related corporate parties are acting outside existing treaties and laws.
Will space be a cooperative government system, or will it be ruled by
weaponry? With increased efforts to privatize space – such as
envisioned by the Space Act of 2015 and more recent acts in the
European Union, specifically in Luxemburg – will space become the
ultimate corporate offshore haven?

Will satellite users access blockchain and digital currencies to create the
ultimate tax evasion scheme? National security law also raises numerous
issues involving secrecy, not the least of which is the ability to waive
SEC compliance for corporations. How do we know what companies
are actually earning if the national security establishment can simply
waive all of the laws related to companies’ reportings?

Two related topics are CERN and Antarctica. What do CERN and
other particle accelerators have to do with what is happening in space?
What are the facilities and activities in Antarctica? How do they relate to
what is happening in space?

After the 1960’s, the government investment in space – at least the overt
government investment in space – has dropped, and we’ve seen a
tremendous silence and not much attention in the media about what
was going on in space until after 9/11. Then suddenly, space started to
rise on everyone’s radar screen. The first reason was because a whole
series of billionaires, particularly tech billionaires, started to invest in
space and started space companies.

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Space Companies

https://home.solari.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/1stQ_Wrap-Up_6-19-2018.pdf   100 page report Volume 2


OGDEN — Airmen at Hill Air Force Base are going high-tech in hopes of keeping America’s most advanced fighter aircraft in the air, and hoping to save some money along the way.

To help keep the F-35s in the air, the 388th Maintenance Group and Enhancement Program has turned to 3D printing.

The printer makes grommets, fasteners, housing boxes and cable splinters for the F-35 — and it’s all made out of composite plastics and carbon fiber.
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LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP) — The surveillance system that has kept watch on students entering Lockport schools for over a decade is getting a novel upgrade. Facial recognition technology soon will check each face against a database of expelled students, sex offenders and other possible troublemakers.

It could be the start of a trend as more schools fearful of shootings consider adopting the technology, which has been gaining ground on city streets and in some businesses and government agencies. Just last week, Seattle-based digital software company RealNetworks began offering a free version of its facial recognition system to schools nationwide.

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The idea of quantum computers is to basically make use of these rules of quantum mechanics to process information. It’s pretty easy to understand how this can be so powerful. In classical computers, you give me a certain input, I put it in my computer, I give you an output. But if our hardware was quantum mechanical, rather than just sequentially providing some input and reading out the answers, I could prepare the computer register in the quantum superpositions of many different kind of inputs.

This means that if I then take this superposition state and process it using the laws of quantum mechanics, I can process many, many inputs at once. It could be potentially an exponential speed­up, compared to the classical programs.


Suppose you want to give some kind of collective present to a group of people, each of which has its own niche. Some of the niches might be contradictory. So what happens is, if you solve this problem classically, you have to check each pair or triplet of people to make sure that at least their niche is satisfied. The complexity of this problem grows in size very, very rapidly because the number of classical combinations you need to check is exponential. There is some belief that for some of these problems, quantum computers can offer some advantage.


Money manager Catherine Austin Fitts says, “The global economy is going to be controlled from space.” Even the U.S. dollar’s viability will depend on “how good the U.S. space program is . . . . President Trump gets it.” Fitts contends,

“Trump has done a remarkable job educating the American people about the real deal. He’s currently educating people that you have to make the cash flows work on trade work. That’s number one. There is such a thing as financial accountability. . . . Number two, so he’s saying look, if we are going to stay dominate, we need to be successful in space.

We need to have a ‘space force,’ and p.s. we have all these magical and mysterious weapons and wink, wink, they have something to do about space. So much of the current plan of ‘Make America Great Again,’ pull back behind the oceans, really depends on projecting power through space. I always say the satellite lanes are the sea lanes of the 21st century. That’s why this competition in space is so very important.”

This is designed to be an easy read for intelligent people who are short on time, but want a lot of catch up info on the changes to our Space Based Economy,

(She) “I will review the area of activities, the changes in technology that are inspiring growth and the companies and private enterprises active in space. I will also cover the unanswered questions that make evolving an integrated framework for space economics such a mind-bending challenge.

The Trump Administration is significantly increasing US interest and investment in space. The President has even indicated he wants a “Space Corp.” There is a lot to be excited about.

However, there are also significant concerns. Will investment in space merely be used to justify more central control with surveillance and communications technology combined with high tech weaponry?”

Free pdf:    https://home.solari.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/1stQ_Wrap-Up_6-19-2018.pdf




A corporation is an entity that you cannot touch. It is neither inherently good nor inherently evil, but it has a life of its own, and if the batteries are good, that robot can live on after you and your friends are dead and gone. Sometimes that can be a problem. Originally corporations in America were not meant to outlive their creators. Today they do.

One of the biggest problems with a corporation is that under the law, a corporation is actually considered a “person.” That’s why it is often defined as a legal fiction. That is, this “person” is legal, but he isn’t real. It’s a fictional person. It isn’t flesh and blood. It has no soul.

And that’s the rub. Although it is treated like one, a corporation is not a human being, and usually no real live person within a corporation can be legally held responsible for the harm a corporation might do. The corporation can be fined, but that fine is usually absorbed by the stockholders. The board member’s salaries remain sacrosanct.

Indeed, the directors of a corporation can, in a way, transfer their sins to the corporation, which will absorb them without much consequence. In the words of the British Baron Edward Thurlow, the problem with corporations is “they have no soul to save, nor body to incarcerate.”

Most tellingly, a corporation is not something that can stand accountable before God. So if you believe in the doctrine of personal accountability, you can see the crack in the plan right there.

The American colonists were particularly leery of corporations because England’s East India Company had in many ways become more powerful than England herself, and was a prime instigator behind England’s imperialist ambitions.

When our country was young, there were very few corporations in existence here; when one did appear, it was for the purpose of accomplishing something monumental. Charters were granted for a specific purpose and always for a limited time. The construction of the Erie Canal is one example of the granting of an early American corporation. When the canal was finished being built, the founding corporation expired, as all corporations were meant to.

We the people have woken up and will no longer accept your lies and illusions…

To reclaim our economic spaces, we must first reclaim our political spaces from the corporations and other big money interests that control them. This will require far more than incremental or marginal changes. The following are among the obvious, but ambitious measures that must be considered.

Prohibit political advertising on television. TV political ads are far more often misleading than informative, extremely expensive, discredit the political system, and give money inordinate power in deciding elections. In their stead, electronic communications media that enjoy access to the public airways should be required as part of their public service obligation to provide ample time for debates, interviews, and roundtables with political candidates-thus giving the public in-depth exposure to their ideas and personalities.
Place strict limits on individual campaign contributions. The principle of democracy is one person one vote, not one dollar one vote.
Place strict limits on campaign spending. We want to know what a political candidate can do with a limited budget, not how effectively he or she can manipulate us with large amounts of money.

Strip corporations of their fictitious human rights. Take appropriate legislative action to put aside the legal fabrication created by a corrupted court system that corporations have the same rights as individuals. Only living things have natural rights.

Get corporations entirely out of politics. Corporations are public bodies created by public charter to serve a public purpose. It is the responsibility of the corporation so created to obey the rules that people chose to set for them, not make the rules. Therefore, corporations should be barred from making political contributions of any kind. Indeed, they should also be barred from any involvement in politics and political advocacy—including the solicitation of their employees, shareholders, sales outlets, and suppliers to make either political contributions or representations on political or public policy matters. Corporate charitable contributions should also be prohibited in recognition of their widespread abuse to advance corporate political aims. The corporation’s workers and individual shareholders—not corporate management—should make their own decisions as to how their shares of corporate income will be allocated for political and charitable purposes.

Eliminate the concentration of media ownership. To avoid concentration of media power and assure a diversity of political voices, the communications media should be subjected to strict anti-trust provisions prohibiting any single individual or corporation from owning more than one major electronic or print media outlet. This would both increase the diversity of independent editorial voices and strengthen competition in the media industry.
Take back the corporate charter. Facilitate citizen action to withdraw the charters of corporations that demonstrate disregard for the law or otherwise fail to serve the public good.

Do the right thing.

I want to live in a world that is governed by leaders (not rulers) who reflect the desires of their constituents, not the interests of their corporate, military, and political cronies.

One day future generations will look back at these times and wonder how over 7,000,000,000 people allowed themselves to be so disempowered by relying on a handful of elite companies to provide for everyone’s material needs.

Even when exposed, the chemical industry is still not budging an inch. Instead, it is now trying to circumvent the regulation by using a “new generation of replacement compounds,” thousands of them!

This is a systematic genocide, and they are fully determined to poison not only the people, but even the planet itself. It hides under “trade secret” clauses.

Corporate trademark secrets. No matter what harm it could cause. Proprietary. Intellectual property. Closed off, and not for the benefit of the public.

In the original version of feudalism, peasants armed with pitchforks knew where to go for redress or regime change: the feudal lord’s castle on the hill. Though you won’t find this in conventional narratives of the Middle Ages, peasant revolts were a common occurrence; serfs weren’t always delighted to toil for their noble masters.

In the present era of corporate dominance, where can serfs go to demand redress and financial freedom from the neofeudal system? Nowhere.The global corporations that own the land and the productive assets have no castle that can be stormed; they exist in an abstract financial world of stock shares, buybacks, bonds, lobbyists and political influence.

When the agribusiness corporation fouls the local water supply with animal waste, where do the local peasantry go to demand restoration of their water quality? The corporation? What if the headquarters are thousands of miles away?
What impact will 100 serfs gathered outside the modern-day castle have on water quality in a distant land? Zero, because the corporation has rendered it illegal (via lobbying the local political flunkies desperate for “jobs” and campaign contributions) to even take photos of their vast animal-waste output or their inadequate disposal.

The castle on the hill doesn’t exist; it is diffused all over the planet, and well protected by state minions controlled by neofeudal corporate interests.


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