“What I can do, you can do.”
~ Jesus Christ, who threw the moneychangers out of the temple
By Catherine Austin Fitts
When I announced the theme for our 2nd Quarter 2019 Wrap Up, I knew that it was going to take significantly more time than a Quarterly Wrap Up theme should. Nevertheless, I felt it was essential to address the topic: The State of Our Currencies.
Global currency and central banking systems are topics that demand integration across many areas. They involve the entire planetary governance system as well as the entire planetary balance sheet and income statement. This includes all the people, all the resources, and the entire financial system and economy—not to mention everything that is going on in secret—which is a lot to understand and connect. We have covered many of the individual pieces on The Solari Report. If you have digested those pieces, this will be an easier discussion to follow.
I intended to publish The State of Our Currencies in 2019. At the time, I was convinced that the world was in for radical reengineering, but I thought it would launch in 2021 after the U.S. elections. I also anticipated that the 2020 U.S. election year would be difficult after efforts to impeach President Trump failed, as they seemed likely to do. What I did not bargain for was that the timeline for the full financial reengineering—or “global reset” as many call it—would accelerate and begin in 2020, nor that the global leadership would succeed at engineering a pandemic to market the reset.
To understand the state of our currencies, it is essential to realize that we live and transact in a transition time between two systems—amid a global currency war.
The first system is the U.S. dollar, which has served as the global reserve currency since World War II. Over the last few decades, the syndicate responsible for the management of the U.S. dollar has extended its life and market share with an aggressive effort to extend laws and financial sanctions globally, while combining liberal lending with a series of financial shocks that often constitute entrapment. The result is that countries throughout the world have accelerated their efforts to create dollar independence.
Over the last year, numerous officials in the financial and political spheres have gone public regarding their belief that the effort by the Anglo-American alliance to institute a global unipolar model (subsequent to the collapse of the Soviet Union) has failed. They have also been open about their dissatisfaction with the U.S. dollar as reserve currency and have not tried to hide their efforts to “de-dollarize.” Together, these developments contributed to the perception of a weakening dollar during 2019 and early 2020. Now, as the global pandemic has engineered a crash in global trade and income and in the oil price—throwing many of the “de-dollarizers” into what I call “the mother of all debt entrapments”—the dollar is again strong. This gives the largest central banks, which can print money and purchase debt ad infinitum, the upper hand.
The second system is “in the invention room” as we speak. Numerous parties throughout the developed and developing worlds—including members of the dollar syndicate—are attempting to bring up new digital transaction, payment, and settlement systems. The result is extensive debate as well as prototyping of complex systems and new financial products. The competition to build out the hardware and software to integrate the entire global population is fierce.
Whether associated with the extension of the existing system or the invention and birth of the new system, these unfolding developments represent a complex, confusing landscape for even the most sophisticated financial observer. In other words, whether we are talking about global currency wars or high-tech financial prototyping, the state of our currencies is defined, at present, by creative incoherence.
The important thing to understand in this transition period is that many members of the global leadership do not intend to bring up a new currency system for use by the general population. Instead, they intend to end the use of currency as we know it, as part of a radical reengineering of our existing laws, finances, and culture. Their goal is the end of individual sovereignty—managed with technocracy and transaction systems that can operate without markets or currency in the classic sense, integrated with other heretofore separate control systems.
If you have followed Jon Rappoport’s work for the last few decades, you know that there have been many attempts to engineer national and global epidemics and pandemics. They have almost always been short-lived or fizzled out. This time, in 2020, we have experienced a unique convergence of several forces—global pandemic creation, blossoming quantitative easing programs, and media and social media propaganda and mind control—powering a lethal leap forward in central control.
On the one hand, this has made my analysis more difficult. Who ever thought that tracking the central bankers’ global reset would require advanced expertise, experience, and an extensive network in the health sciences? Fortunately, the Solari team is blessed with many subscribers and allies who have this type of expertise and networks.
On the other hand, the greater visibility of the push for central control has made explaining what is happening easier. For months prior to the pandemic, I struggled to explain transhumanism and the vision to end currencies in a way that people could understand. Having Bill Gates jump on Reddit in 2020 to openly propose some of the key points certainly simplified matters.
Someone said the other day that a poll at YouGov indicated that 44% of Republicans believe Bill Gates wants to chip us. While it would be preferable to see that number at 99%, I dare say the number was likely much lower in 2019. Recent events have successfully communicated the psychopathy driving the global reset far more effectively than I ever could.
If you had told me in 2019 that it would take me a year to publish the final State of Our Currencies, I would not have believed you. For this, I must apologize profusely and express my gratitude for our subscribers’ patience. I wanted to get this right—and there has been extraordinary tension between taking the time to figure out what in the world is going on and publishing this document. As the situation is highly fluid, I expect that my analysis will continue to evolve as well.
I said in the 2019 Annual Wrap Up that the question before us in 2020 was, “What are we going to do about the Beck Brothers?” This was a reference to the video series Yellowstone. The Beck Brothers were those nasty fellows who played dirty, finally requiring an organized local posse to kill them. When asked why they kept engineering assassinations, cattle poisonings, child kidnappings, and other dirty tricks, one of the Beck Brothers explained, “No one ever fights back.”
Now is the time when you and I are called to fight back.
My favorite story about how to fight back comes from the story of Gideon in the Old Testament. If you don’t know the story of Gideon, listen to my interview with Thomas Meyer published in March 2019.
When Gideon calls for an army, he is warned by the angel of the Lord that he does not need a lot of soldiers—the divine can only work through soldiers who are both faithful and competent. Gideon tests his soldiers for competency by asking them to go down to the water to drink. Those who look down as they drink are asked to leave. Those who keep their eyes on the horizon as they drink are invited to join.
The global central bankers have embarked on a radical reengineering of the global financial and currency systems. Their proposal is to end currencies as we know them and, with the power of multiple new technologies, migrate us from freedom to slavery through financial transactions integrated with digital technology, AI, and mind control. Reading and digesting The State of Our Currencies will help you understand what is happening now and likely for the next five to ten years. My hope is that it will help you keep your “eyes on the horizon” as you navigate a complex environment in your daily lives.
If you are reading this, you are among those who wish to preserve human sovereignty and freedom. I am deeply grateful for your intelligence and contributions. You and I are not alone—far from it. The number of people appalled at where things are headed grows daily. Our opportunity to make a difference together—while the new system is still being prototyped and the factions compete—is significant. We are actors in the writing of history. We have a say now as to how it goes.
The state of our currency systems must be seen in this context—within a raging debate regarding the future of humanity. The debate is between those who hope to profit to an obscene degree from an end to human health and freedom, and those of us who wish to preserve a human society dedicated to spiritual and political freedom and prosperity for future generations.
Last night I drove with Thomas Meyer and his family into the mountains outside of Basel, Switzerland—home of the Bank for International Settlements—to observe Comet Neowise and multiple shooting stars. Thomas described why Rudolf Steiner believed that such comets and the meteorites expected this August are a harbinger of a profound push by mankind for freedom.
It seemed like an auspicious time and place to complete The State of Our Currencies.
July 28, 2020