Saule T. Omarova’s Push to Dramatically Increase the Powers of the Federal Reserve (and Larry Fink and his pals)

“No man chooses evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks.” ~Mary Wollstonecraft

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Saute T. Omarova is a Cornell professor of law who has been nominated to serve as the Comptroller of the Currency. Because of the controversy around her nomination I decided to read her recent article in the Vanderbilt Law Review “The People’s Ledger: How to Democratize Money and Finance the Economy”.

I have read a great deal of financial psychopathy over the years. It is often produced by an academic like Omarova that justifies policies that – after you unpack all the complexity – are designed to make huge and hideous profits for the investment syndicates that operates under the air cover of the related university endowment.

Of all the financial psychopathy I have ever read, however, this piece by Omarova takes the cake. I will not describe it. Better you read it yourself than I attempt to channel the evil for you.

There are numerous explanations for something like this. One is that Omarova has lived in the academic bubble working her way up the ladder by the steady sucking up to the forces of centralization and has no clue how the US economy or political systems really work – as opposed to the civics class version she pretends. So gross incompetency is one plausible explanation.

Another is mind control. Stupidity does not fly here – Omarova clearly does not have a low IQ. But it is theoretically possible that she has been sufficiently brainwashed or even professionally adapted as a “Manchurian Candidate” to push for democratization of finance by giving the Fed complete direct power over monetary and fiscal policy and all bank accounts, including the ability to turn an individual’s money on and off.

Finally, there is the possibility that Omarova will simply do anything to get ahead. She is the central bankers “economic hit man.” I generally avoid pornographic or scatalogical references at the Solari Report. However, Omarova’s proposal does suggest the possibility of the method said to be used by Hollywood starlets to get ahead with men like Harvey Weinstein. Hence, Omarova’s latest article could indeed be subtitled “My B*** J** for Larry Fink.”

If the community banking and credit union industries have any lobbyists available, I suggest they put them to work immediately to get rid of this nominee. If your Senate representative will vote on her nomination, you need to communicate with them immediately. Any US Senator who would approve this nomination, should be immediately voted out of office.

In the meantime, if you want a primer on how the central bankers plan to achieve their promise of “Its 2030 and you have no assets,” read Omarova’s latest article in the Vanderbilt Law Review for some important clues. This is a lady who intends to rise to the top by emptying your pockets for good.

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Wikipedia: Saule T. Omarova