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Real Deal: 20 Questions On "Where Is The Money?"

Mapping The Real Deal with Catherine Austin Fitts

Let's Play 20 Questions on "Where is the Money?"

"When the government pays your expenses, then your gross is your net."
-- Philadelphia Mafia Leader

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1. Rigging gold and oil prices is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

2. Financing an operation like 9-11 is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

3. Financing election fraud is very expensive Where does the money come from?

4. Rigging campaigns with dirty tricks is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

5. Harassing candidates and their staff is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

6. Targeting officials who call for transparency is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

7. Running "negative cash flow" trades through Enron Online is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

8. Building and maintaining "control files" on government, banking and corporate leaders is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

9. Providing rich financial compensation on companies with poor profits and performance is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

10. Providing rich book contracts and speaking fees is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

11. Providing 24/7 sex slave services is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

12. Ensuring the absence of Securities & Exchange Commission enforcement after a $6 trillion pump and dump of the stock market is very expensive. Where does the money come from?

13. Why do US federal agencies refuse to put their federal contracting budgets on line?

14. Why do US federal credit agencies refuse to make their data accessible by place?

15. There are trillions missing from the federal government. Who are the contractors and depositories paid to manage federal accounting and transaction systems? Why have they not had their pay docked or been fired?

16. Who are the contractors for enforcement operations at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Justice and Agency Inspector Generals?

17. Who are the contractors for military satellite systems used for corporate media communications and for the NY Stock Exchange?

18. How much would it cost to buy up and consolidate controlling positions in the stock of US corporate media over the last two decades?

19. There are trillions missing from the US government. Where did the money go? What operations did it finance? Who controls and owns it now? Where do they bank?

20. Cui Bono -- who benefits?

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Catherine Austin Fitts is the President of Solari, Inc.(, a founding member of ( and member of the Advisory Board of Sanders Research Associates ( Ms. Fitts is former Assistant Secretary of Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner in Bush I and a former managing director and member of the board of directors of Dillon Read & Co. Inc. She is currently litigating with Ervin and Associates (acting on behalf of the US government) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development related to John Ervin's efforts to stop responsible financial management in the US government mortgage insurance portfolios. To support Catherine's litigation efforts: . Ten percent of all donations are tithed to an Independent Media Fund managed by Venture Collective.

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