"One of the things that is interesting about reading conspiracy theory is that much of what folks think is conspiracy is really many people acting in concert to make or protect their money."
"If we can't face it, God can't fix it."
Planet Lockdown - Catherine Austin Fitts
Catherine Austin Fitts (born December 24, 1950) is an American investment banker and former public official who served as managing director of Dillon, Read & Co. and as United States Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Housing during the Presidency of George H.W. Bush. She has widely written and commented on the subject of public spending and has alleged several large scale instances of government fraud.
Mafia Of The Mighty - Catherine Austin Fitts
Narrative #62 - Catherine Austin Fitts - Mafia of the mighty
Filmmaker Robert Cibis questions the former US vice-minister and investment banker Catherine Austin Fitts about the mechanisms of the interplay between politics and finances.
She reveals how massive systemic corruption leads to the replacement of democracy with orders and control, subtly at first and obviously in the Corona crisis.
Finally, the two discuss the simple stance that can be taken to minimise further damage.
"There Are Fates Worse Than Death" - Catherine Austin Fitts Exposes the Injection Fraud
Catherine Austin Fitts of solari.com interviews James Corbett about his new documentary, Who Is Bill Gates? We go beyond the focus on Gates to discuss the syndicate that he is leading, the business model it relies on, and the new form of collateral that will underlie the digital economy: the human body. Don't miss this vital conversation that fills in the missing pieces of the puzzle and draws back the curtains on the real purpose of the injection fraud.
The Reinvention of Everything | Catherine Austin Fitts
Interview with Catherine Austin Fitts
In this joint interview, Catherine Austin Fitts of the Solari Report and Whitney Webb of Unlimited Hangout/TLAV take turns asking each other questions about their recent work and discuss different solutions and ways to prepare for what is likely to be a bumpy year ahead.