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What is the biggest financial problem the world faces? Investment manager Catherine Austin Fitts, who is an expert in the federal budget and a former Assistant Housing Secretary, says,

“The reality is, the big mother lode on the whole planet — whether you are talking about derivatives, the bond market or the stock market — is the U.S. federal budget. What is happening is the dawning realization that we are not only going to have to re-engineer and cut the federal budget, but we are talking about reinventing the U.S. economy.

There are going to be extraordinary choices, and this is why nobody wanted to be the Speaker of the House. Paul Ryan did not want to be the Speaker because Paul Ryan knows this is coming. They will probably be able to delay it until after the election (2016), but then after the election, we’re going to have to sit down and say we can’t keep doing this.

Why is this relevant? All the markets globally work off the federal budget. It is extraordinary the amount of cash flows and credit that work off the federal budget.  The reality is it is going to have to be re-engineered. That’s going to be a very shocking experience for many people.”

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By Catherine Austin Fitts

Over the last ten days, I have sat at my computer as the threat of terrorism exploded from engulfing Europe, to coming across the US border, to infiltrating each state, to arriving in my rural county. I am waiting for the e-mail that tells me they are at my door.

Now, I appreciate that if I engage in too much amusement on this topic, I could incite an order to one of the local drug gangs to do a home invasion. Yes, I understand why people go along: if you don’t pretend, you might attract official reality “enforcement.”  And who has time?

I would, however, recommend that you revisit the Cosby routine, The Chicken Heart That Ate Up NYC. We are witnessing an old playbook — it is simply played today with mind-bending planetary intensity and reach.

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Congresswoman Blackburn:

Last week the Senate passed ‘‘21st Century Veterans Benefits Delivery and Other Improvements Act’’.

The bill is reported to require veterans to have mandated vaccinations. The bill proposes to strip veterans of their health freedom or to live without benefits.

Is this the way we should treat the people who risked their lives for our freedoms?

Please make sure this provision does not pass the House.

Thank you for all you do,

Catherine Austin Fitts

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