“This is a very engineered event.“
~ John Titus
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This coming week, we complete the publication of our 2021 Annual Wrap Up with the theme Sovereignty: A Primer on How to Lose Your Country in Two Simple Steps with John Titus.
In our discussion, we examine the likely loss of U.S. sovereignty as the Federal Reserve moves to adopt a central bank digital currency (CBDC) in accordance with the wishes of globalist bankers. John suggests that we need to look to history to understand how what is happening today is in reality the American Revolution playing in reverse.
The American Revolution represented the ouster of a tyrannical sovereign not bound by any law—the rule of man—followed by the installation of “We the People” as the sovereign in the form of a constitutional government that operated under the rule of law. In contrast, the financial coup d’état and trillions in missing money that began in the late 1990s, followed by the financial bailouts of 2008, and now the pandemic fraud, represent the takedown of “We the People” and the reinstallation of rule by a self-styled “elite”—led by central banks—that is unanswerable to law and admittedly criminal.
This presentation of our Wrap Up theme offers a clear-eyed analysis of why we need to, in the words of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., “resist, resist, resist,” protect our Constitutions, and create vibrant local communities and economies. Otherwise, the result will be the loss of national sovereignty as well as the reduction of people to the status of chattels.
To understand how and why we find ourselves at this critical juncture, we recommend the recent Solari publications on The State of Our Currencies, The Going Direct Reset, CBDCs, and Taxation: With or Without Representation as essential background reading.
In her Food for the Soul contribution to the Wrap Up, culture scout Nina Heyn considers depictions of law and justice in art, ranging from the stele with the Code of Hammurabi to Hogarthian satire.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I recommend—not for the first time—Syriana, a 2005 film that illustrates how engineered events and secret deals steer global politics. Syriana also provides insights on what happens to national leaders who dare to disobey the behind-the-scenes central authorities. You may also wish to check out Nina Heyn’s “Coup d’Etat Movie List” at the Sovereignty web presentation.
In Money & Markets this week, John Titus and I will cover the latest events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical trends we are tracking in 2022. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Please join us this Thursday, February 17, for the 2021 Annual Wrap Up: Sovereignty.
Talk to you Thursday!
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