The Living Force
"Long ago, I made a promise that I would never act against the best interests or the excellence of my own people — that I would do my best to ensure that we were worthy of the stewardship of our world and that we did our best to leave a better world for generations yet to come. To make and keep such a promise is to understand that money and position are tools, not goals, and that death is not the worst thing that can happen."
— Catherine Austin Fitts, on her website’s home page
Prior to a recent trip, I downloaded a bunch of podcasts from a few sites. One was Catherine Austin Fitts’ (solari.com), whom I respect for her financial insights and integrity, and because she seems genuinely interested in finding and sharing truth about issues that have bearing on the well-being of others (including many “fringe” issues that others in the world of finance, with such an impressive resume (http://solari.com/about-us/resume/ ) would only scoff at.
Despite all that, at times she revealed some concerning blind-spots. So I was delighted to hear her say, near the end of her August 8, 2010 podcast (“The Best Wedding Disaster Capitalism Can Buy” http://solari.com/podcasts/15 ) that Bill Clinton’s fund-raising exploits “to help Haiti” was a perfect example of the kind of psychopaths who have infested our planet!
But the best was yet to come: Then she supported her remarks by citing “an excellent book, Political Ponerology” and went on to suggest her listeners check our her review of the book posted on her blog (http://solari.com/blog/ignotas-nulla-curatio-morbid-a-review-of-political-ponerology-by-andrew-m-lobaczewski/ )
I just reveled in the joy of thinking of all those from a completely different demographic group than SOTT readers, who might now be exposed to this information!