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Real Talk Episode 4: Dr Katherine Horton on Financial Systems and Solutions

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Published on Jul 19, 2017

Dr. Katherine Horton, Particle Physicist and Systems Analyst who has worked as a Research Fellow at St. John's College, Oxford and the CERN Large Hadron Collider, continues her analysis of world financial systems, their close connections to organized crime, the part played by secret societies and ancient crime cartels (now ensconced in places like the Vatican, Switzerland, the Crown Corporation and Intelligence agencies), Satanism, child sacrifice, greed, control, and psychopathy at its core, and how the system has been set up to unravel. So, despite the fact that their current hold on the world and humanity seems to be headed down dark corridors of transhumanism and robotization and an AI that seeks to replace human minds, she traces how those in power have set in motion systems actually destined to destroy themselves.

Solutions are in place and being worked on by larger groups, she notes, such as in Russia and China, but more than that, all of humanity today is being transformed by the great connective powers of the Internet and the incredible levels and fashions of information flow being permitted to us by this unique tool of connection. The ultimate solution to turning these deadly systems based on crime, self-aggrandizement and venality around is for each of us to step forward, to find our courage and our uniqueness, to create new financial systems, to apply vigilance to our regard of current court and police systems, to root out the rot and the venality, to hold people accountable, and to become our own media.

Fascinating conversation, which ends on a hopeful note--please share far and wide!

The Network of Global Corporate Control, Paper by
Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, Stefano Battiston: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/arti...

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