Catherine Austin Fitts provides excellent analysis of our current scene both for those who want to understand what is happening and what is coming. The podcast is an excellent one for investors as well. Gold and currencies are discussed. Everything is put into the context of the political manipulations necessary to keep the system going.
One of my favorite quotes and one which I am sure many in this country better learn is the following:
“We must adapt and overcome, that’s all we can do.” Frank Knight
This video is inspiring. It shows a young man who adapted and overcame circumstances unimaginable in today’s world.
I hope our so-called “entittled” are as tough and resourceful as this young man. Obviously, they are not. Nor do they need be. Yet many have been made so dependent that they will be unable survive the coming economic apocalypse where payments from Washington cease. These untrained, ignorant and unwilling to provide for themselves will be “orphaned” much in the same manner as the man in the video. Most will not have his survival drive.
Hats off to this remarkable young man. God may have provided him a remarkable voice, but he provided himself the will and perseverance to survive and develop his talents.
When stuff like this begins appearing in the Boston Globe, one wonders whether the media has finally come to their senses:
… the real story here is less about misdeeds than it is about power. Consider how these three scandals mesh with other stories of the day: Escalating drone strikes, bullying investigations of targets such as cyber-genius Aaron Swartz, the shelter-in-place commands in the aftermath of the Marathon bombings, the rush to a never-ending surveillance state, and the like. The impression one gets is of government at all levels consolidating power unto itself and of a government that is ever more willing to use that power. It makes for scary stuff, stuff that has the potential to reset our politics.
The quote above offers hope but the long-term behavior of the press should not make anyone optimistic.
I suspect they will eventually turn, but it may be too late when the turn comes.