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Musings on the Department of Defense

• by Catherine Austin Fitts

One of the reasons I am grateful for Sasha Latypova's work and that of her colleague Bailiwick News Katherine Watt is their contribution to helping us understand the controlling role played by the Department of Defense (DOD) in Operation Warp Speed and the most recent round of poisoning and bankrupting Americans during the Covid-19 operation. 

The latest Rasmussen poll from May 2024 indicates that nearly one out of five Americans surveyed know someone who was killed by the Covid shots.1 Various statistics and estimates of the rising number of Americans disabled by the shots or still working but made chronically ill indicate that the problem is far wider than just the death toll. Fertility and life expectancy statistics, too, indicate that what I describe as "the Great Poisoning" is accelerating.

People from all walks of life are pushing back against the steady technocratic centralization of control. One of the most powerful ways to push back is through the financial system, including the intertwined systems that govern taxation, banking, and investments. If the federal government is operating outside the law—and certainly poisoning and bankrupting American citizens counts as such—then we need to stop financing its criminal behavior and find ways to finance the movement of our institutions back into lawful governance and management. To do that, it is essential to understand how the money works at the institutions involved.

To that end, I thought I would provide some musings on the Department of Defense and its finances in the hopes that this may help identify effective ways to push to enforce the law as expressed by the Constitution—that is, as opposed to new "rules" invented under the pretense of an emergency (such as we experienced pursuant to DOD's Operation Warp Speed) or surprise legislation pushed through using the pretext of a national security threat (such as the Patriot Act, which I sometimes refer to as the "Consolidation and Concentration of Cash Flow Act"). This requires mentioning a variety of events in which I have encountered the extensive activities of the Defense Department. These events may appear disparate—hence the title "Musings"—but bear with me while I connect the dots.