Future Salon: Our Financial System: Facing Hard Facts, Creating Positive Futures
- Hi Futurists,
Blog post with links:
Please RSVP http://bit.ly/bOFiX5 afor the Future Salon on Monday the 8th of November: Our Financial System: Facing Hard Facts, Creating Positive Futures presented by Catherine Austin Fitts from Solari.com.
Abstract: The global financial system is being used to engineer a revolutionary centralization of governance on planet Earth. In the process, trillions of capital has been shifted out of Europe and North America, much of it by illegal means. Many of us do not share a vision of non-accountable, centralized currencies and debt systems. Let's reject the financial coup d'etat underway by taking steps to protect our families, businesses and communities and do so in a way that shifts our assets to a more productive, transparent, decentralized vision supportive of free people and healthy ecology.
Catherine Austin Fitts offers Solari subscribers and customers a unique perspective on how to navigate the opportunities and risks in the global financial system and political economy. Her background includes:
* Investment Advisor: Founder and managing member of Solari Investment Advisory Services, LLC.
* Entrepreneur: President of The Hamilton Securities Group, investment bank and financial software developer.
* Government Official: Assistant Secretary of Housing - Federal Housing Commissioner, Bush I.
* Investment Banker: Managing Director and member of the board of Wall Street firm Dillon, Read & Co. Inc.
One of the amazing facts about her is, that she is a regular on KPFA as well as on Alex Jones's radio show.
More details to come soon.
Future Salons have the following structure: 6-7pm is networking with light refreshments proudly sponsored by SAP; 7-9+pm is the above format. Please RSVP http://bit.ly/bOFiX5
SAP Labs North America, Building 1, Room: Southern Cross. SAP is located at 3410 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304[map]. Free and open to the public.
Not to be missed. See you Monday in a week, Mark.
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