Is there a hidden agenda behind the anonymous person hiding cash all over California aka @hiddencash? This video thinks so and wait theres more.
It doesn't seem plausible but have you ever heard of Operation Bernhard?
Operation Bernhard was the codename of a secret Nazi plan devised during the Second World War by the RSHA and the SS to destabilise the
British economy by flooding the country with forged Bank of England £5, £10, £20, and £50 notes. It was the largest counterfeiting operation in
history and has been dramatised in books, the BBC comedy-drama miniseries Private Schulz and a 2007 Oscar-winning Austrian film, The Counterfeiters
From 1942 to 1945, the Germans forged more pound notes than all the reserves in the vaults of the Bank of England--132 million pounds, equal
to about 15 per cent of all genuine notes in circulation and enough to cast suspicion on all of England 's paper money.
Apparently he has big plans in San Francisco this weekend. @hiddencash "San Francisco - we are coming back home. Get ready for some EPIC fun! Big
plans for next weekend!" twitter.com...
Here is the facebook page associated with his twitter account www.facebook.com...
Today he says this "There are some false rumors about who Mr. Hiddencash is, some naming our friends and others people we never heard of. Don't
And the Video shows a connection between him and the guy the FBI caught the other day Ryan Chamberlin. Ryan tweeted to @hiddencash right before he was
wanted by the FBI "Deft move @HiddenCash, leaving $ in the pocket of that suit coat I rarely wear. I found it without a clue! But how’d you get into
my apt?" twitter.com...
Here is another twitter account talking about Chamberlin. twitter.com...
I don't know if they have anything to do with one another or not.Anyway I think it could be very possible to do something like this. Everyone goes
crazy for money and now there are "copycat" hiddencash's popping up all over the US. , just Google hiddencash copycats.
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The plan was to destabilize the British economy during the war by dropping the notes from aircraft, on the assumption that most Britons would collect
the money and spend it, thus triggering inflation-en.wikipedia.org...
Imagine a plane flying over San Francisco dropping money. Over the Golden Gate Bridge perhaps.
The only thing I have contention with, is the black guys facebook page with the links to @hiddencash in the about me.
That could have been made after the fact, that other guy seems to be hiddencashguru that's if its even a real guy.
Is there any more proof that @hiddencash has done things similar before doing it in San fran?
Even if chamberlain doesn't end up involved (which he may well be) the hiddencash idea is one to watch.
Regarding his tweet, I believe that Ryan Chamberlain was only making a joke because he found some cash in the pocket of a rarely worn suit in his
wardrobe, considering @HiddenCash is a popular thing among some that would be cool to reference.
I think you are misinterpreting what the tweet Ryan sent to HiddenCash meant, it sounds like a joke. This is how I interpret that tweet, Ryan pulls a
jacket he rarely wears out of the closet and finds money he forgot about in his jacket pocket, then sends a silly tweet to HiddenCash. He was being
facetious, it's doubtful that he meant HiddenCash broke in to his apartment and planted the cash in his pocket.
As far as HiddenCash goes, it's probably some rich person that has a ton of extra cash and is bored. Personally, I don't think HiddenCash has
nefarious intentions, the drops have been $100 bills and that's not enough to crash the economy.
It could be a married couple, that would explain the "us" used in the tweet. It could be one lonely rich soul who decided to use the word "us." Or
it could be a group of rich friends. Giving out $100 here and there isn't going to crash the economy.
This also isn't an original idea, it's been done in the SF Bay before but with out the treasure hunt. Someone was leaving cash with a note on it
years ago, just laying around for someone to find and people did and that made the local SF news too. Had twitter been as popular back then I'd take
a gander and say that person would have used it too.
I'm seeing $$$ = crowd control. Could be very convenient for someone with nefarious intent.
Edit - Not that i'm saying hiddencash has bad intentions but anyone that did could take advantage of the ravenous greed that plagues us, the video I
saw was with hundred of people on the beach looking for money got me thinking along these lines.
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Now that you mention it... very reminiscent of the movie "Now You See Me".
I won't give the ending away for those that haven't seen it...but - crowd control could be, at least, one component of the 'experiment'.
@hiddencash- "Not stopping and no plans to stop."
"Get your friends all over to follow us, coz we got some BIG exciting anouncements comin soon. And the bigger we get, the bigger they'll be"
"We said we'd have a BIG announcement when we reached 100K followers, and we do. But happened much faster than expected. Announcement soon." twitter.com...
Guess I'm just not seeing the connections you're pointing out.
The connection you made with Ryan was probably a joke, HiddenCash did not break in to Ryan's apartment and plant a $100 bill in his pocket.
Giving away small amounts of cash isn't going to crash the economy as the Nazis attempted to do with Operation Bernhard. The Nazis printed £132
million, HiddenCash is handing out peanuts compared to that. This story has gotten a lot of media attention and HiddenCash has a lot of followers on
twitter now, that would explain the need for crowd control.
He calls this "an anonymous social experiment for good," and says that after closing a six-figure real estate deal, he wanted to share the wealth.
He hopes others do the same.
"I am OK with giving out at least $1000 a day for the foreseeable future. It will not affect my finances significantly," he or she wrote in
an email. "We are planning to add more cities, starting with LA next weekend, and NYC shortly afterwards."
He has already given out over $10,000 in just two weeks, doesn't plan on stopping and plans to get bigger and expand. Also plans on htiitng every
major California city this summer! www.huffingtonpost.com...
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I think you are misinterpreting what the tweet Ryan sent to HiddenCash meant, it sounds like a joke. This is how I interpret that tweet, Ryan
pulls a jacket he rarely wears out of the closet and finds money he forgot about in his jacket pocket, then sends a silly tweet to HiddenCash. He was
being facetious, it's doubtful that he meant HiddenCash broke in to his apartment and planted the cash in his pocket. - See more at:
you are probably right the only thing that get me to think there was something linking the two was this tweet on Ryans Page.
@poliholic B.S. Alert, you are being set up. DOJ activates DTEC just today. People wake up Ryan is being set up as an example
And the only reason I though there could be a connection between the two is because I follow a blogger who predicted the last stock market crash to
the T. He says there will be another major crash and the pawns are being put in place right now for the upcoming crash. He says that the last one was
in the middle east and the next one will be in Africa. You can view his work here: enronnext101.wordpress.com...
Being that @hiddencash's FB page states he if from Nigeria www.facebook.com...and Ryan Chamberlin was caught
near the golden gate bridge suspected of having explosives, I thought there may be some sort of attack in San Fran.
I was thinking hiddencash would lure people to the bridge and then an attack would happen. What a better way to get into Africa than another attack.
That's how we winded up in the middle east. I was still trying to figure out if there really was a connection between the two of them thogh(Ryan and
Just my crazy thoughts.
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