What Was America's Mysterious $21 Trillion Spent On?
It has been known for decades that the Pentagon is unwilling to account for much of the money it receives and that about $10 trillion is currently unaccounted for since the 1990s. The missing money has been the subject of a number of Congressional inquiries and many attempts have been made to force the Pentagon to account for the money it receives.
What is not commonly known is that the actual amount of money unaccounted for is much greater and extends to other agencies as well and that much of the money was never budgeted in the first place.
After former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner and Wall Street banker Catherine Austin Fitts started publicly raising the issue and providing documentation to prove her accusations, Michigan State University economics professor Mark Skidmore decided to look into the issue for himself. He had some of his students dig through thousands of documents from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and they discovered that $21 trillion given to federal agencies between 1998 through 2015 were unaccounted for and that the origin of much of the money is unknown since the amounts greatly exceed the money actually budgeted for the agencies.
One example from OIG documents shows that in fiscal year 2015 the Army was unable to account for $6.5 trillion in journal voucher adjustments. Considering that the Army’s entire authorized budget for Fiscal 2015 was only $120 billion, that puts the error at 54 times what was authorized.
The idea that $21 trillion has been given to federal agencies to spend without any accountability strains credulity and defies common sense. How could that much money be spent without it showing up somewhere in the U.S. or world economy? After all, there is only about $1.5 trillion total in circulation in the entire U.S., so how could so much additional money be pumped into agencies without it being spent on something somewhere that would be apparent?
If one spreads the money out over 16 years it equals about $3.6 billion per day. If that were divided between 100 different projects then it would only be $36 million per project per day, 365 days a year. And yes, the U.S. military industry complex and other federal agencies can certainly burn through that much money over that period of time without it being readily apparent to the average person, especially if the money is being used to pay for things in other countries or underground. And that much money could help account for the
rapid economic growth that many countries have been experiencing.
And it might also help explain the internationally orchestrated sub-prime mortgage scam which made trillions of dollars vanish from the world economy. Pumping too much money into an economy means that some of it must be removed.
We also know that the Federal Reserve can and does create money from nothing and that it could have simply created trillions of dollars and fed it through the system to pay for some great secret project.
So, if one accepts that there could have been vast amounts of phantom money created and spent primarily by the Department of Defense, then the next question is what was it spent on?
While the fact of the unaccounted funds is a matter of public record, what the money was spent on remains the big mystery subject to speculation.
The theories are varied. Some of the money is likely held in offshore banks outside of the viewing eyes of Congressional auditors. But there are other thoughts, especially where such a large sum of money is involved.
One clue as to what the money was spend on is Buckley Air Force Base, hiding in plain sight in Aurora, Colorado. The base is run by the U.S. Space Command and officially has 93,000 people working there from at least 83 different federal agencies–many deployed underground.
The most prominent features of Buckley are the 100 foot tall radomes that look like giant golf balls. They are huge satellite dishes to send and receive data from deep space which are enclosed in fiberglass domes to prevent their orientation from being observed and to keep snow off them.
Catherine Austin Fitts, Dr. Joseph Farrell, Richard Dolan and others claim the money is supporting a break-away civilization with highly advanced technology engaged in a space colonization program. Buckley Space Command and similar facilities could be used to support such a program.
The idea of a breakaway civilization got its start back in 1977 when a UK TV show entitled "Alternative 3" was aired on ITV'S Science Report. The show was supposedly scheduled to be first broadcast on April Fool's day but was delayed until June 20.
The program was initially presented as fact and purported to expose a plan to make the Moon and Mars habitable in the event of runaway climate change or other extinction level event. Later it was claimed that the program was a hoax. Remarkably, the supposedly fake footage shown of Mars matches footage broadcast much later by rovers on Mars.
One of the ways that the U.S. and other countries keep secret projects secret is to leak them in a fictional form and then discredit the story. If there were indeed a secret project to colonize the Moon and Mars then "Alternative 3" would have been exactly one of the ways they would use to control the information.
Another clue is the now declassified 1959 study of the U.S. Army's Project Horizon to establish a fort on the Moon by 1967 and the Air Force's 1958 Lunex Project for a 21-airman underground Air Force base on the Moon by 1968 at a total cost of $7.5 billion.
Earth has indeed gone through a number of cataclysms in its past, with the most recent ones being massive meteor showers approx. 12,800 and 11,600 years ago that ended the ice age and caused the Great Flood that destroyed the advanced civilizations existing at the time.
According to researcher and author Graham Hancock, the enigmatic petroglyphs on the stones at Göbekli Tepe in Turkey warn of a similar cataclysm occurring in the near future. Hancock makes a convincing case for the claim in his book Magicians of the Gods.
If the world's elites do have information about a near future cataclysm then it would also help explain their willingness to destroy our planet for short-term profit If they believe that humanity has no future on Earth and they will somehow escape and survive then they might treat the planet and other humans just as they are.
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