“On big screens all over the country, you can put up movies depicting people being torn limb from limb, drowning in their own blood, you can put up movies with panting soft-porn money shots, you can put up movies that blow up half the world; but you can’t show a movie that questions the effects of vaccines.” ~ Jon Rappoport
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Over the last month, the world has watched as the Wuhan coronavirus and related quarantines, deaths, and travel and trade restrictions have rocked Asia and world relations with China.
I have covered these events in each weekly Money & Markets, and I have encouraged subscribers to read Jon Rappoport’s coronovirus coverage. One of my concerns is that these events coincide with unprecedented global pushback by the public against aggressive and unethical efforts to market and mandate vaccines despite rising vaccine injuries and the absence of vaccine safety studies and evidence—all in a manner clearly in violation of the Nuremberg Code. Subscribers asked me to invite Jon back to The Solari Report, so I did!
The challenge of covering epidemics is the same as covering numerous health enigmas in our world. The extraordinary history of falsehoods fronting for multiple political and economic agendas makes it difficult to trust global health care institutions and governments. I believe we have seen biological and chemical warfare portrayed as natural disease. We have seen disease outbreaks sold as terrifying global pandemics that fizzled out quickly after an election was won. We have seen poor sanitation, malnutrition, environmental pollution, and unhealthy living conditions whited out by blaming a “deadly virus” that sells news and creates opportunities for pharmaceutical companies. Governments have poured billions into dirty weapons, including bio and chemical warfare that have the potential to be deadly and dangerous on both a local and global scale. There are now allegations that EMF radiation adds another harmful influence to this disease cocktail. Ascertaining the facts is difficult—and often takes time. In the meantime, whatever the facts of a given health phenomenon, the immediate economic and political implications can be profound.
To appreciate the divergence between reality and official reality when dealing with health crises—and the importance of exercising independent thinking—I asked Jon to join me this week. Jon is the publisher of No More Fake News and has decades of experience covering health as well as epidemics—including SARS, swine flu, Ebola, AIDS, and more. My goal is to help you understand how important it is to ask questions and to beware “solutions”—including the push for vaccine mandates.
This week we will also publish our interview with attorney Mary Holland, General Counsel of Children’s Health Defense, about the urgent and critical effort to stop state vaccine mandates in the United States. If you are a U.S. resident, it is of the utmost importance that you support these efforts in your state and local area now.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I recommend a stunning new documentary series, The Pharmacist, about the efforts of a small-town pharmacist in Louisiana to stop the weaponization of OxyContin, which has wiped out hundreds of thousands of people—if not millions. It is a stunning story—one that becomes even more powerful when we take a look at the reengineering of land use, real estate, and government subsidies related to the people targeted by OxyContin and other substances—fentanyl, meth, cocaine—as well as predatory lending in student loans, auto and consumer loans, and mortgages. OxyContin is just one of many weapons in the economic cleansing invasion underway.
The OxyContin epidemic was engineered by New York psychiatrist and billionaire Richard Sackler and his family, owners of Purdue Pharma, the company that manufactures OxyContin. One of the final scenes from The Pharmacist is from one of Sackler’s depositions—the family is now the well-deserved target of more than 1,600 lawsuits. The video could be published under the title, “How to Become a Billionaire by Killing 1MM+ People Without Remorse.” You have not sufficiently contemplated the psychopathy and hubris of the New York mafia until you have seen The Pharmacist and this video.
OxyContin was approved by the FDA in December 1995, immediately after the failure of the 1995 budget deal. Given this timing, my question is, who in the deep state gave the go-ahead to the Sackler family to help balance the U.S. federal budget and Social Security Trust Fund by lowering life expectancies? As New York billionaire and candidate for President Mike Bloomberg is on record that we need to cut Social Security and Medicare, the question is important. Bloomberg started and owns the largest data provider to Wall Street. For sure, he did not miss the $21 trillion flowing out of the U.S. government through the New York Fed member banks, or the massive mortgage fraud resulting in $24-$29 trillion of bailouts—nor how these flows related to the ballooning of Wall Street hedge funds, trading operations, and offshore accounts. Indeed, these and other federal credit financial frauds would have contributed significantly to his fortune.
This is the last week of the month—so no Money & Markets. I will be roadtripping to see the Ghent Alter. If you have questions for Ask Catherine, post them in the Money & Markets for March 5th, 2020.
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