An American financial expert says the pandemic advanced a financial reset plan that concentrated wealth and power at the top.
Catherine Austin Fitts made the claim on the first day of National Citizens Inquiry (NCI) hearings in Ottawa. She is a former managing director of Wall Street investment bank Dylan Reed and Co, and president of Hamilton Securities Group. She was United States Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Housing in 1989-90.
Fitts, who testified remotely from Switzerland, said in 2019 the G7 central bankers voted on a plan called the Going Direct Reset. She said such things happen every 75 to 100 years, “a currency system gets long in the tooth.”