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Watch: Catherine Austin Fitts – ‘Vaccine passports have nothing to do with health or vaccination’

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In this video Catherine Austin Fitts implores the citizens of Switzerland to vote against the government’s pandemic response in an upcoming binding referrundum.

Fitts is an American investment banker and former public official who served as managing director of Dillon, Read & Co. and, during the Presidency of George H.W. Bush, as United States Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Housing.

She states:

The vaccine passports have nothing to do with health or vaccination. They are a critical piece that locks into the other things the central bankers are doing to create a complete digital control system. It’s not a currency. It’s a control system.

If you vote yes, if Switzerland votes yes, the you will find yourself, you, your family, your community, your business, completely and utterly under the control of the central bankers. They will have you under 24 hour surveillance. And they will have used the pandemic and COVID laws to control transportation, to control labour, to control your movement, to control what you can and cannot put into your body. Complete control. This is not just facism. This is slavery.

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