Catherine Austin Fitts: Looting of America, federal reserve, corruption and global economy
Catherine Austin Fitts is right on point except for one thing. She states that the government has become a pawn of corporations. She makes it seem that the government is powerless to stand up to the power of corporations. This is not true. Corporations including corporate conglomerate banking can only continue engaging in criminal practices with the consent and assistance of government.
Corporations do not have the power to tax. Corporations do not have the power to put you in jail, take all your belongings by force or kill you. Corporations do not have the power to regulate you out of business. Corporations do not have the ability to put laws in place that creates barriers to competition and innovation. Only government (including the courts) has this power. The problem is not corporations it is that government officials have been captured and sold themselves and America out.
Government capture was not forced the branches of government at the point of a gun, at the threat of being put in jail or their houses repossessed. . . no the capture of the U.S. government was and is by the consent of Congress, the Judiciary and the Executive Branch. And yes, the Judiciary is as much of a criminal enterprise as the other two branches of government.
Government Rico is not alone, Hudes, an attorney who spent some two decades working in the World Bank’s legal department, has observed the machinations of the network up close. “I realized we were now dealing with something known as state capture, which is where the institutions of government are co-opted by the group that’s corrupt.”
One of the chief areas of corruption, Hudes said, are 147 financial institutions and central banks — especially the Federal Reserve, which was created by Congress but is owned by essentially a cartel of private banks. Right now, “It’s a mafia,” she said. The rule of law needs to be restored.
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