Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Greg Hunter, “$9.3 Trillion Missing From the Department of Defense in 2015”
“Catherine Austin Fitts:
$9.3 Trillion Missing From the Department of Defense in 2015”
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
"Renowned investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says there is $9.3 trillion missing from the Department of Defense in 2015 alone. Fitts explains, “This is a phenomenal number and a phenomenal amount of money. This is the cut and run. All this money has been disappearing from the federal government. I’ve been demanding to know what banks and contractors are liable for the systems. We are talking about transactions that are in violation of the Constitution and the laws related to financial management. As I have described many times, they’re using financial securities fraud, both mortgage securities and, I believe, government securities to basically shift all the assets out (of the country). I think you’ve got a game going on, and the Fed is accommodating all sorts of securities fraud. Then, the money is being pulled out in a variety of ways.”
Fitts calls what is happening a “financial coup d’état.” Fitts contends nobody understands how the bankers are sucking money in the trillions of dollars out of America because the main stream media is focused on trivial stories. Fitts explains, “We’re all shrieking about how Clinton is a hologram or Clinton died on 9/11, and nobody notices trillions of dollars (are missing). When Lockheed Martin give up the power position, essentially controlling the IT and payment systems at the Department of Defense, when they spin that out, they figure they have all the money they need to do this on a private basis, and they are ready to get the liabilities off their balance sheet. That’s a very bad sign. What I have been watching in the cut and run is the leadership organizing and coming into what I would call a controlled demolition. So, it’s not a crash, it’s a controlled demolition. Now, the problem is people and factions start fighting, and you can get a crash. So, that’s possible. In the annual wrap-up, I am going to take the chances of a slow burn in 2016 and 2017 way down. We are coming into what is potentially a very radical change. The chances of this slow burn continuing are radically diminished.”
In closing Fitts says, “We’re coming into a real crunch. It’s either war, depopulation or change. Now, I am for change. I’ll use my old Tina Turner quote, ‘We can do this nice or rough.” There is a way to do this nice, but it’s going to require all of us growing up and taking responsibility and we are going to have to change.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with former Assistant Housing Secretary, Catherine Austin Fitts, publisher of The Solari Report."