Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts served as Assistant Secretary of Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at HUD in the first Bush Administration. In the first half, she offered analysis of the past year, and what she sees on the horizon for the US in 2021. "I think the Biden administration is planning on doing the mother of all financial tsunamis," she declared. "They'll immediately put out more stimulus...but my biggest concern," she continued, is that the Senate will now pass a bill for three trillion dollars of special depository funds for the IMF, as well as for the Green New Deal. This deal, along with a lot of the currency that's being printed, will be used to buy up real estate, she suggested.
One of the biggest stories of 2020 is what she called the Injection Fraud-- Fitts contends that the COVID vaccines are a "global experiment" and objectionable because the manufacturers refuse to disclose a complete list of ingredients. 2020 was a big year for space developments, she noted, adding that whichever country ends up controlling space will control the planet. She warned that Central bankers are planning a "great reset" of finances, involving introducing their own digital currency. She advocated for decentralized the money creating process, focusing on community banking and circulating equity locally.
A photojournalist and TV news producer, Tim Swartz has traveled extensively and investigated paranormal phenomena and mysteries in such diverse locations as the Great Pyramid and the Great Wall of China. In the latter half, he talked about his latest work on UFO sightings, alien encounters, and time anomalies. Recounting a case from Indiana at a rural cemetery, the witness told Swartz he suddenly saw a bright object from which emerged a humanoid figure, glowing blue. Panicking as the entity got closer, he reached out to push it away, but his hand went right through it. The being walked past him as if he wasn't even there and then vanished along with the UFO.
Swartz detailed a case from Cisco Grove, California, in which a hunter named Donald Shrum found himself separated from his group at the Tahoe National Forest in 1964. He saw a light zigzagging from the trees coming toward him, and a craft landed nearby. Two humanoid figures dressed in silver outfits approached (view related images), and Shrum tried to avoid them by stationing himself in a tree. A third being, robot-like with glowing orange eyes, joined the other two. A gray smoke or mist came out of the third being that caused him to lose consciousness briefly. Swartz also shared curious "time slip" experiences where individuals seemingly find themselves in another time period. In 1954, near Lake Crater, Oregon, a mother, and her children got lost while driving, and their car engine stalled near a large circular structure. They thought it was a restaurant, but everyone inside was blonde, about 4 ½ feet tall, and dressed in silver uniforms. Reportedly, when witnesses returned to the site, the building had disappeared.
News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Mish Shedlock