Posted Sep 11, 2023 by Martin Armstrong
“On September 10, 2001, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said, “Our financial systems are decades old. According to some estimates, we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions. We cannot share information from floor to floor in this building because it’s stored on dozens of technological systems that are inaccessible or incompatible,” the Sanders-Grassley Audit the Pentagon Act states. A day after Rumsfeld’s announcement, the building was targeted in the 9/11 attack where the alleged accounting effort was taking place. The $2.3 trillion remains unaccounted for to this day.
The WTC7 collapse, shown above, was the only building not hit by a plane. The government simply said a fire managed to melt steel beams and destroy the building. The demolished area was the precise location of the Pentagon audit, and also happened to be the location of my computer system. Here is the letter I received from the SEC explaining that everything had simply been destroyed on 9/11. That was the final answer and no questions were permitted. The government managed to evacuate all the government employees prior to the attack; the civilians in other towers were not so lucky.
The Pentagon must be held accountable. I comment Bernie Sanders for remaining consistent over his career, even if I disagree with him on most issues. Sanders and Senator Grassley have been asking the government to determine why trillions in taxpayer funding continually disappears. The Pentagon controls nearly 70% of the budget of the Federal government. And yet, when they make announcements like the $600 billion in aid missing to Ukraine, no one bats an eye. The Deep State funnels money through the Pentagon without issue. Congress ordered the Pentagon to pass an audit, and yet it remains the only government agency that has failed to do so.
We the people deserve to know where TRILLIONS in funding have gone. Clearly, this is deeper than an accounting error. The missing $2.3 trillion was first noticed in 1999, during Clinton’s presidency and not that of Bush. Is any government agency for the people? The FBI, CIA, FDA, DoD, SEC, and every three-letter agency seem to be the guard dogs of the Deep State. Rumsfeld had this to say about the Pentagon:
“It governs by dictating five-year plans. From a single capital, it attempts to impose its demands across time zones, continents, oceans and beyond. With brutal consistency, it stifles free thought and crushes new ideas. It disrupts the defense of the United States and places the lives of men and women in uniform at risk. Perhaps this adversary sounds like the former Soviet Union, but that enemy is gone: our foes are more subtle and implacable today. You may think I’m describing one of the last decrepit dictators of the world. But their day, too, is almost past, and they cannot match the strength and size of this adversary. The adversary’s closer to home. It’s the Pentagon bureaucracy.”