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    Dark Journalist & Catherine Austin Fitts: Mr. Global Wants You! from Dark Journalist on Vimeo.

    This Daniel Liszt interview of former Assistant HUD Secretary and Solari Report Publisher, Catherine Austin Fitts picks up from Part 1, talking about the deep divide between those embracing freedom and those fixated on domination and subjugation.

    “What we’re watching is a war. We’re watching a spiritual war, a consciousness war, a legal war, a physical war – I mean, we are in a war. It’s interesting, you look at the group that’s basically trying to load an operating system into our bodies and our minds, they’re making it up as they go. They don’t have this locked-down and they’re doing something that is not only experimental but it’s very hard to do, so if you look at the unpredictable ways this could spin, it’s quite extraordinary…

    “We have two variables. One is culture, one is finance. The financial one is ‘They Print vs We Print,’ because succeeding is going to require us to decentralize the money-creation and the wealth-creation.

    “So, we need equity markets for neighborhoods, we need currencies for neighborhoods, we can’t just let the Iron Bank rule the planet, in terms of money-creation.

    “So, that’s Number One but then the other is a Human Culture vs an Inhuman Culture. Now, some people call it ‘transhumanism’. I just call it ‘inhuman’. Now, a human culture is one in which we are individually sovereign, divine individuals with inalienable rights, by Divine Authority. An inhuman culture is one where we’re a natural resource to be exploited like an oil deposit or a herd of livestock.

    “Those are our choices. As you know, I truly believe that death is not the worst thing that can happen. I would much rather die than end up living in an inhuman culture…It’s our choice. The Government can kill our body – I can’t stop the Government from killing my body but I have the power to stay within the umbrella of my inalienable rights.

    “This is going to come down to how many people understand that and act accordingly…Here’s the thing: How are we going to take the brilliance and the genius of the Scottish Enlightenment, that became the Constitution and became the experiment of the United States and reinvent it – reinvent a vision of how we live under the Constitution…

    “I think each one of us has to decide that we’re part of an incredible covenant and we have the power to preserve that covenant, whether it’s the cultural covenant of Western Civilization or the legal and political covenant of the Constitution, which for me, first and foremost is the spiritual covenant that we have with each other.

    “So, I refuse to give up on the covenant, period. Because whatever the central bankers are trying to do, I think their ‘Going Direct’ reset will fail. It’s too contradictory to life and I don’t underestimate – you say, ‘What does America look like in 2025?’ There’s people who say there are going to be 100,000,000 people left in North America in 2025 [the Deagel prediction] – I don’t underestimate the ability of the ‘Going Direct’ reset and these injections to kill hundreds of millions of people.

    “So, there’s no doubt we’re living in highly uncertain times and highly dangerous times and my advice to everybody is we come here for a purpose. What’s your purpose? So, now’s the time to put into the psychic storm a vision of the kind of human civilization we want t be a part of.

    “So, don’t fight directly with the central bankers but be prepared to lead us into a human civilization when they fail.”

    There’s much more in this interview. This is Catherine Austin Fitts at her best and a hat tip to Dark Journalist for providing the the listening and the space all these years for this blossoming moment in which she shares her insights and wisdom.

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    • Don´t forget that if you are dead on paper by becoming a GMO you are not really dead or if you went to a cloister your person ist dead as a person while you still be alive

    • It’s ‘too late’?
      ‘We’ have ten years?

      “ . . . our best estimate is that the net energy
      33:33 per barrel available for the global
      33:36 economy was about eight percent
      33:38 and that in over the next few years it
      33:42 will go down to zero percent
      33:44 uh best estimate at the moment is that
      33:46 actually the
      33:47 per average barrel of sweet crude
      33:51 uh we had the zero percent around 2022
      33:56 but there are ways and means of
      33:58 extending that so to be on the safe side
      34:00 here on our diagram
      34:02 we say that zero percent is definitely
      34:05 around 2030 . . .
      we
      34:43 need net energy from oil and [if] it goes
      34:46 down to zero
      34:48 uh well we have collapsed not just
      34:50 collapse of the oil industry
      34:52 we have collapsed globally of the global
      34:54 industrial civilization this is what we
      34:56 are looking at at the moment . . . “

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    • In 1995 or 1996 I attended an Employee Relocation Council Conference. Attendees were members of Fortune 500 companies in the country…especially their HR department representatives, realtors, appraisers, relocation management companies. The theme of this conference was Going Global. Some Guest Speaker got up and told the Corporations they must go overseas…must take advantage of the cheap labor and the tax breaks. Looking back now and trying to remember who this big whig was, I think he may have been a member of the Trilateral Commission, one of the regional heads I’ve seen in a photo on their website. He was cold and creepy. I was in shock that he had the nerve to preach a move that would be the end of our national relocation business and relationships. I saw the guy in the hotel hallway several times, he never looked at or spoke with anyone. He was tall and arrogant. Wasn’t long before national relocation business dropped way off. The relocation management companies consolidated or went bankrupt and many tried to recreate themselves to handle expatriate business. Then, eventually Americans no longer needed to go overseas once the foreign countries’ employees got the hang of the businesses.

      • Overseas? you mean to China, because here in Europe it’s much more expensive to manufacture anything than in the US. Less in the mediterranean countries, more in Scandinavia. But China can’t nor will they ever be able to compete on quality. You need integrity and independence to do that. Nevere ever has a good idea originated from a committee.

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