EDITORIAL
The Red Button
By Catherine Austin Fitts - May 30, 2013

This week's Solari Story from Catherine Austin Fitts is titled "The Red Button." Here's a bit of the transcript:

"The moral of the story is: Never have an epiphany in the middle of a speech.

"I had been asked by a friend to speak to a group called Spiritual Frontiers Foundation and they have a conference once a year where they explore how they can help our society evolve spiritually. They're very committed to a higher spiritual life. I had been asked to give a speech called "How the Money Works in Organized Crime," which later became a very famous article, "Narcodollars for Beginners."

"So I'm in the middle of this speech talking about how the US Congress had had hearings about allegations of narcotics trafficking by the intelligence agencies into South Central LA, the so-called Dark Alliance Allegations. And at the time, the Department of Justice had told a reporter that I was working with that the US economy launders 500 billion to a trillion dollars a year of all illegal money – so that's not just narcotics trafficking; it's financial fraud, illegal gambling, everything. … "

"So I said to this wonderful group of spiritually evolved, committed people, "What would happen if we stopped being the global leader in money laundering?" And they said, "Well, it would be a problem because that money would not go to the New York Stock Exchange if we stopped. The money would leave and go to Hong Kong or Zurich and we'd had trouble refinancing the government deficit. … "

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