Catherine Austin Fitts at the Secret Space Program Conference / video.

by bluesbaby5050 on March 19th, 2015

Catherine Austin Fitts at the Secret Space Program Conference / video.
The Black Budget: What Does It
Mean to US Federal Budget, the Economy
and You?

ForbiddenKnowledgeTV
Alexandra Bruce
March 18, 2015.

At the Secret Space Program Conference held in June 2014, in San Mateo California, Catherine Austin Fitts lead the talk entitled:
"The Black Budget: What Does It Mean to US Federal Budget, the Economy and You," wherein she asks, "Are financial fraud and market manipulations actually mechanisms for financing the black budget and is centralized governance necessitated by high-tech secrecy?"

There may be as much as $100 trillion dollars worth of hardware flying the skies powered by anti-gravity and field-propulsion technologies. This has significant implications for the ownership and design of manufacturing and energy infrastructure on planet Earth. It also has connections to trillions of dollars which are "missing" from defense and domestic agency accounts (as reported by official financial reports of the US government). To the extent that the US taxpayer has financed this technology (or its reverse-engineering) why should private corporations own it on a secret basis?

The financial fortunes and geopolitical power involved are significant. If you control these technologies, you possess weaponry sufficient to engineer a financial coup d'etat and to centralize control of the entire global financial system. - - See more at: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/money/catherine-austin-fitts-...

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Speaker Bio

Catherine Austin Fitts is the Founder and President of Solari. She served as Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors of the Wall Street investment bank, Dillon, Read & Co., Inc. She also served as Assistant Secretary of Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at HUD in the first Bush Administration and was the President and Founder of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc.

http://solari.com/blog/

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