The 20 Trillion Dollar Secret

All of us are being robbed blind! There’s a 20 trillion dollar worth secret we can’t afford to know…

After investigations of spending over the past twenty years, it has been discovered that at least over 20 trillion dollars within the Pentagon and Housing Urban Development alone are unaccounted for. As far as we know, the public led audit does not involve any other agencies. It’s impossible to determine how massive this number could get if we include everything that federal state and local governments lost or wasted spending.

This might mean 100 trillion dollars since WW2 are gone… And nobody seems to know anything about this. Nobody has conducted a comprehensive study.

The issue here is the lamentable failure of the American public, in particular, journalism, Congress and government accountants to prosecute these agencies for their checkbooks and ensure they do not waste the hard earned money of taxpayers.

Instead of talking about this, the media is focused on irrelevant trivialities such as celebrity gossip etc. The Congress failed, the accountants remain silent, and the American public is paralyzed in a zombified state.

The people are divided and fight over meaningless labels, sports teams, skin colors, while The Powers That Be have been completely robbing us blind. Where’s the money? Way up above top secret?

This is a problem of National Security. It threatens the very core of our civilization. It’s the determining factor between an absolute dictatorship of accountability and a democracy with a valid Republic that’s translucent and listens to the wishes of its sovereign citizens.

This article asks the right questions and all that we’re thinking. Where’s the money and how much of it has really been wasted? What would happen if a taxpayer or a corporation failed to pass this kind of an audit?

It leads us to believe the Fed and their member banks are making government money transactions outside the law. The same as the corporate contractors running the payment systems and the Wall Street firms selling government securities without fully disclosing what they’re doing.

No bank in the world would continue handling your bank account if you behaved like this. Furthermore, no investors would continue buying your securities. Your accountant wouldn’t remain silent.

This type of high quantity unaccountable transactions usually represent excessive waste and many times even fraud. But, are these agencies, in fact, just burning out money? Is the Pentagon spending it on black operations like cybernetics and robotics, the secret space program, particle beam weapons or emergency plans to survive WW3? Or does it all go into the pockets of robber barons through some of the biggest laundering schemes ever? Perhaps it’s a mixture of all these suggestions?

This could actually be the biggest robbery of all time and we’re the biggest fools!

Here’s a link to the financial documents

According to the Michigan State University, earlier this year, an economist from this university, who worked with graduate students and a former government official, discovered the departments of Defense and Housing and Urban Development have spent unauthorized $21 trillion during the years 1998-2015.

Mark Skidmore and his team dug into government websites and repeated queries to U.S. agencies which weren’t answered, and at one point their work coincided with the Office of Inspector General. Thus, all links to crucial documents showing the unsupported spending were disabled. Fortunately, the researchers downloaded and saved the documents.

This is a must-see interview with Mark Skidmore:

This is why the Department of Defense announced it would conduct the independent, department-wide financial audit ever.

These recent discoveries are a follow-up on stories from March last year focusing on over 10 trillion missing from the Pentagon Budget without knowledge of the Department of Defense.

There is also a Guardian Article from March last year which covered the former story!

“But just last December, a Washington Post investigation found that the Pentagon had buried a report that outlines $125bn in waste at the Department of Defense. That gap between lawmakers’ calls to blindly increase spending at DoD versus those of internal auditors to curtail its waste isn’t a new problem, and it’s one that, without pressure, won’t be resolved any time soon.”

“That’s because although it’s required to by law, the DoD has never had an audit, something every American person, every company and every other government agency is subject to. The result is an astounding $10tn in taxpayer money that has gone unaccounted for since 1996.”

This is truly the last straw! We should definitely do something about this! What do you think?