Book Review: TrafficKing by Conchita Sarnoff

“You try so hard but you don’t understand, just what you will say when you get home, because something is happening here but you don’t know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones?” ~ Bob Dylan, “Ballad of a Thin Man”

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Conchita Sarnoff has published a book about the strange case of Jeffrey Epstein, a former Bear Stearns partner, billionare and hedge fund manager alleged to be one of the founding funders of the Clinton Foundation who was successfully prosecuted for pedophilia by the Department of Justice. Civil cases by alleged victims are still pending.

Sarnoff’s focus is on the extensive allegations regarding Epstein’s pedophilia activities and implications that numerous famous people were involved. However, reading TrafficKing is like reading an outer layer of an onion, wondering what the other real layers are.

I suspect that the only way to get to the truth of the story would require digging into the cash flows of money flowing between a variety of parties, including Epstein, Bear Stearns (now part of JP Morgan), and Epstein’s client Leslie Wexner and how they related to the federal effort to engineer a massive housing bubble, including more than $149 billion that went missing from HUD between 1997 and 2008. See: Solari: Missing Money.

The snippets on fraudulent mortgage flows suggested by Sarnoff’s book and the relationship to the Clinton Foundations are made more intriguing by the fact that the Clinton Foundation’s accounting firm is the latest reincarnation of what was a small HUD expert accounting firm in Washington when the latest housing bubble based on a sea of fraudulent mortgage fraud began during the Clinton Administration.

Pedophilia is often associated with the personnel benefits and control files arranged in connection with large covert movements of cash and credit. See: Control Files and Nick Bryant on Politics and Pedophilia

It is always good to see couragous reporters and researchers bring transparency to the issue of slavery. Slavery is something that is not to be tolerated. What can be done to one, can be done to all. A history of America, unfortunately teaches us several things worth understanding.

  • One of the reasons slavery was outlawed under President Lincoln was that banks took big losses on financing slavery as there was no way to perfect a bank lien. Plantation owners were shifting slaves to other jurisdictions and selling them in a manner that defrauded the bankers. Now with digital technology, there are ways to perfect liens and track collateral, incuding with implants and DNA testing. This is a sobering thought given our leadership practices and believes in slavery on a covert basis. See Project MKUltra
  • During the Clinton Administration, laws and regulations that were put into place that permitted innocent children to be entrapped or simply rounded up and thrown in prison, where the Department of Justice profited by marketing their labor to the Department of Defense. See Dillon, Read & Co. Inc. & the Aristocracy of Stock Profits  This was and is slavery. This means we have a chance of returning to the White House a person who, if the truth be known, believes in and implements slavery in a large scale institutional form.


The allegations in Sarnoff’s book raise profound questions for anyone contemplating how to clean up the US political elites and return our economy to a sound basis. To say that the extent of the corruption that results from this level of secrecy and the cash flows of a financial coup d’etat is bad is a gross understatement.

Related Reading:

Conchita Sarnoff:

Jeffrey Epstein:

Clinton Foundation:

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Unanswered Questions: Hillary Clinton & the African-American Community

Financial Coup d’Etat

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