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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
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    The interview to which I am linking here is very good. The problems created by the federal government having been run as a criminal operation for the last couple of decades is covered really well. So is the constitutional crisis which we are now in. Catherine Austin Fitts is extremely knowledgeable in these areas and she tells the truth.

    The interview doesn't really get into high gear until around the 6:30 mark. From then on the interview is a great education. You want to know how badly you are being sold out? Watch this video.


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