“As they moved all the money and the official reality moved away from reality further and further … many people thought they could stay in the middle of the road.
And now what’s clear is you have to go with the cult or you have to go with truth. The middle of the road is going away. Everyone has to choose which they want.
You have two different visions of the world. My vision of the world is the humans are sovereign individuals whose freedom comes by divine authority. That is what the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution – all revolve around. The image of a sovereign individual who is free by divine authority.
In the vision of technocracy a human is a natural resource like an oil deposit, and to be used as such. So they’re not a sovereign individual. They’re labor. And they are either more efficient or less efficient than a robot at different functions. In other words what I’m saying is that Mr. Global views the human race like livestock not someone with whom they share empathy. They don’t view us as the same species as them. In fact, with a lot of the biotechnology they figure they’re going to live much longer lives than we do and live very differently then we do.
So one of the challenges with the secrecy as one group becomes more and more technologically advanced they separate culturally, legally, financially from all the other groups. In other words, they have literally broken away and created a separate civilization. They don’t think of themselves as part of our civilization.
Those aren’t riot patterns, those are real estate acquisitions. The riots happened in the opportunity zones surrounding the federal reserve branches in 34 of 37 cities.
The challenge they have is how do you market a system that if people understood it, nobody would want? And of course, the way you do that is with a health care crisis.
Generally if a few people want to control the many, the question is how can you herd all the sheep into the slaughter house without them realizing and resisting? So the perfect thing is invisible enemies ….. a virus is perfect because it’s invisible. Invisible enemies are always the preferred one. Particularly if they scare people. If you can use fear and introduce significant fear, then people will need government to protect them from the invisible enemy. Then the second tactic which is very effective is divide and conquer. And so in the meantime if you can use the media, the media plays a very important role. If you can turn men and women against each other and black and white against each other …. So these are always to institute fear and get people to go along with things. And of course the invisible virus allows you to do enormous control mechanisms. You can stop people from gathering, you can stop people from organizing, you can stop people from getting together and talking about what’s going on and if you digitize it with contact tracing then you can control who’s talking to whom. If you can get them to do all their education and work online you can literally listen to everything they’re saying. So you can institute extraordinary amounts of surveillance all under the theory that “we’re protecting you from the invisible virus”. It’s very clever and as you can see it’s working with many people. I don’t want to underestimate the ability of the leadership to introduce pathogens that will kill people and I don’t want to suggest that people aren’t getting sick. But essentially what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to get people to buy into a solution before they see where it’s ultimately gonna go. Because you’re talking about a transaction system that is no longer a currency, it’s a control system. …. They have the ability to turn your money on and off. So if you don’t behave….that’s it. And they want to combine this with transhumanism, which means literally I take injections that introduce the equivalent of an operating system in my body. And so I’m hooked up to the financial system literally, physically.
You’re talking about a world – and we see it in China – where most people are under 24/7 surveillance and then their financial incentives and their financial powers relate to how well-behaved they are. And I would describe it essentially as a slavery system. Because there’s no personal freedom. So to a certain extent what technocracy will do is move us to a similar system as the Chinese social credit system.
—Catherine Austin Fitts 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
After graduate school, Fitts went to work at Dillon, Read & Co. While there, in 1982, she organized a novel municipal bond sale to raise several billion dollars to revitalize the New York Subway System, marking the first time that a public agency had sold bonds backed by rider fares. In 1986, Fitts became the first woman promoted to managing director of Dillon, Read & Co. in the investment bank’s then 156 year history. At the helm of the bank she became what Businessweek described as “Wall Street’s foremost champion” of public utilities bonds.