From Jon Rappoport's 12-31-18 article entitled "The Government 'Can’t Find' $20 trillion, While Pension Funds Are Tanking":
"Look around you. Money is everywhere. Titanic piles of it are
flowing. The question is, to whom is it flowing, and how, and why?
Within the current system, there are designated winners and losers.
This has to do with criminal controllers posing as benefactors. They
steer the money ship. They dump shipments of money at certain favored
ports and keep shipments from reaching many other ports.
I know there are people out there who will say, 'It’s all about the
illegal Federal Reserve and the transnational bankers.' That’s like
saying the drug problem is all about the Mexican cartels—but then,
digging further, you also come across the expanding opium poppy fields
in Afghanistan, the hands-off collusion in Chicago that permits the city
to act as a primary hub for drug distribution in the US, the
pharmaceutical companies that traffic millions of opioid pills to
dealers, and the 2016 law that strangled DEA efforts to bust those companies.
"The devil is in the details, and [Catherine Austin] Fitts has uncovered an astonishing number of them.
"I first came across her work about ten years ago, when we spoke
several times about her specific method enabling local communities to
discover money flows—the sources of money coming into their towns and
cities, and the destinations of money going out. This brilliant tool
would give communities the power to see exactly how money was
impoverishing them, rather than enriching them. In an effort to make
that tool widely available, thus pointing the way for communities to
change those flows and foster local prosperity, Fitts ran into legal trouble with the federal government—and 'trouble' is a vast understatement.
"She emerged, after a long battle, with her primary goals securely intact.
"She has answers and solutions.
"Answers that are vital for our time.
"Fitts was once an insider and had a front row seat at the money circus. Now, her ongoing enterprise is Solari, Inc. I highly recommend it to you."
To read Rappoport's article in its entirety, click HERE.