Friday, March 17, 2017

#SolidaritySisters Podcast | 03-17-17 : The Real Deal on Corporate Media

submitted by Gabrielle Jones-Price

After a 48 hour hiatus to decompress, I'm back with the third installment of Solidarity Sisters podcast. Today I visit the foreword of Mike Ruppert's book, Crossing the Rubicon where Catherine Austin Fitts describes exactly why I 'killed my television' before they got 'smart' enough to spy on anyone.

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