A Must Read For Concerned Americans
AFTF Volunteer, Brother Paul, shared this wonderful article by Catherine Austin Fitts:
"I made the decision to write “Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits” while gardening at a community farm in Montana during the summer of 2005. I had come to Montana to prototype Solari Investor Circles, private investment partnerships that practice financial intimacy — investing in people and products that we or our network know and trust. If we want clean water, fresh food, sustainable infrastructure, sound banks, lawful companies and healthy communities, we are going to have to finance and govern these resources ourselves. We cannot invest in the stocks and bonds of large corporations and governments that are harming our food, water, environment and all living things and then expect these resources to be available when we need them. Nor can we deposit and do business with the banks that are bankrupting our government and economy." Click here for more.