The following was written by frequent contributor, Xanthippa with much thanks:
It is always important to pay attention to what is said by someone who arrives at the same conclusions as you – but from a completely different set of data. And this woman is brilliant!
This interview with Catherine Austin Fitts may be an hour and a half long, but I have watched it several times (and bits of it more) because what she says is that important. She was successful on Wall St., then became the Undersecretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the Bush administration (Jr., I think).
In her role there, she used her financial expertise to find unprecedented financial fraud – at HUD and DND. Global elites, drained retirement funds, moved trillions out of the US for their own use, etc, etc, etc… And she puts it all together – not just what happened, but how it did and what it means.
Tidbit: the push to electric cars is because electricity is centrally controlled and can be turned off…
Narrative #62 – Catherine Austin Fitts (Improved Audio)
The YouTube should be downloaded to another platform for preservation purposes.
As you all know, Google shut down Oliver Stone’s most excellent video ‘Ukraine on Fire’.
This looks like it
Every time I watch her I feel like I just came out of a French restaurant, a little hungry and a little cranky.
Too many vagaries, too many secret structures in plain view, too many sentences starting with “So…”. What’s wrong with “So”? It invariably flits to another abstraction leaving the poor interviewer scratching his head. I know the story about the missing $21T. It comes from this man:
CAF is entertaining and gives us a few good takeaways, but for the most part I still want a hamburger.
Here’s more entertainment from a libertarian:
Entertainment for some, perhaps, in your “libertarian” link.
For me? It sets my teeth on edge, so much so that I can’t bear to consume the whole schtick.
But thank you, Johnnyu, for your contribution.
Thank you for posting this interview. I got a lot more out of it than the first time I watched it 4 or more months ago. At that time I had scant reference for understanding much of what CAF was trying to tell us — so the refresher today was both useful and necessary.
Yes. It must be viewed five times to absorb the nitty-gritty. The normal individual’s attention re written text is three paragraphs of five lines each, including two sentences.
So, imagine a video. I figure it is three minutes attention span.
These long videos must be chopped into five-minute segments. Failing that, this excellent video is lost. SO SAD.
I would say 95% of the population cannot understand this lady. And that is why they are winning.
This is the Fourth Branch of Government outlined ever so clearly and that includes State Department. That woman is brilliant and courageous.