The US Housing Bill 2008: Contents
by Catherine Austin Fitts
If there is to be
any blessing in this housing bill, perhaps it will be to so
offend, so disgust those of us who are awake that the
process of withdrawing from the old and reinvesting in the
new models will accelerate. And maybe the smartest and most
creative among us will be willing to invest the time and
energy it takes to reinvent a model that incorporates what
we like to think are traditional American values. These are
the values that are enduring and make us proud to be
Americans still. There is no hint of these values in the
housing bill. There is, however, an abundance of them in the
hearts and minds of the people.
Excerpt from Part IX
This article originally appeared as a nine-part series on the Catherine Austin Fitts
- Housing Bill, Part I Overview
- Housing Bill Part II Nation State or Investment Syndicate?
- Housing Bill, Part III Your House Is Bigger Than My House
- Housing Bill Part IV The Profits of Playing Ball
- Housing Bill, Part V Where Is the Collateral?
- Housing Bill, Part VI The Tapeworm Corporation Comes Out of the Closet
- Housing Bill, Part VII Andrew Cuomo Owes Us $5 Trillion
- Housing Bill, Part VIII The Two Great Financial Mysteries of Our Time: Missing Money and Collateral Fraud
- Housing Bill, Part IX In the Destruction of the Old, Let There Be the Creation of the New
Mapping The Real Deal is a column on Scoop supervised by Catherine Austin Fitts. Ms Fitts is the President of Solari, Inc. http://www.solari.com/. Ms. Fitts is the former Assistant Secretary of Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner during the first Bush Administration, a former managing director and member of the board of directors of Dillon Read & Co. Inc. and President of The Hamilton Securities Group, Inc.