Systemic secrecy revealed

11 Jun, 2018
 
Systemic secrecy revealed

Off the back of her analysis published in the William & Mary Policy Review last year, AUT Law School’s Amy Benjamin sat down to talk with Catherine Austin Fitts from the Solari Report.

Dissecting the many faces of secrecy, Amy, a lecturer at AUT and former attorney at the US Department of Justice, and Catherine, a former director of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. and high level official in the first Bush Administration, talk about the concepts of direct and indirect secrecy.

The pair explore in detail how indirect secrecy is engineered to make it difficult, if not impossible, for the general population to understand what is happening in government, the economy and the financial markets.

Listen to the full interview on the Solari Report

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