Ever since the Cyprus debacle started, many people the world over have been worried about how safe their money is while sitting in the bank. I
believe that there is legitimate cause for concern....because, after all, our money is only digital until we take delivery of the fiat currency it
In the past 6 months or so, there have been what could be considered "beta test" attacks on bank networks.
For some time I have emphatically stated that there will be a bank hack or cyber attack as the global economy is pushed to the brink of collapse.
From top level sources I can confirm to you what you are seeing is an emerging pattern of various beta-tests using Stuxnet like algorithms to affect
the banking networks the world over. I can tell you though that the primary target is the US.
How can so many bank and ATM networks like NYCE, PULSE, PLUS, INTERAC, CIRRUS, BACNET, NOVUS all be affected? This is truly something of a very
sophisticated nature. Something that is very large in scope and very ominous in action. Folks it is without a shadow of a doubt that these are all
beta-tests. I have said it before this will be a financial false flag. The frequency of banking network failures has gotten to be very acute to the
point that I am convinced that we are edging closer to the one major event that will set everything in motion.
The take down of the economy is close at hand and the major cyber attack will be on it’s way.
What past "beta tests" have there been?
Ten months ago a massive powerful bank hack hit over 206 banks worldwide simultaneously siphoning billions from customer accounts. It went
under-reported and unnoticed by main stream media. Six months ago NatWest/RBS online banking and ATM went offline. Millions had trouble accessing
their funds. A few months later online banking and ATMs from some of the biggest names in banking in the US started to receive DNS error messages and
were knocked offline completely or were limping along,causing millions a hassle and head ache to get their funds. Two weeks ago Chase had an
“issue” with their online banking computers as well as their mainframe servers were hit by some “problems” that caused thousands of their
customers bank accounts to read $0.00 as their balance. Millions of others had issues accessing funds and ATM’S from the house of Morgan. Last week
the entire banking network of South Korea went down for hours, millions of customers were not able to access their funds, use ATMs or even check their
balance. This week the entire Internet teetered on the brink of collapse as SpamHaus was hit by over 300 billion bits of information per second. That
is what we are led to believe and that this attack was led by a rival company Cyber-bunker. Whether this story is true or not, it does highlight the
sensitivity of the internet. The overpowering pattern and factor here is that wherever you look in the world there are issues with the internet,
networks and servers and it all centers around banking.
Notable beta test last June:
Wednesday we alerted readers to a cyber bank raid affecting at least 60 institutions across Europe and North America that had already siphoned
$2.5 billion out of thousands of accounts.
I find that the government will often tip their hand by issuing "warnings" about things that they themselves are probably involved in. From January
Officials have pointed to recent hacking attacks on U.S. banks as a sign that the cyber threat is real and growing.
"The clarion call is here and we need to be dealing with this very urgently," said Napolitano. "Attacks are coming all the time. They are coming
from different sources, they take different forms. But they are increasing in seriousness and sophistication."
The author of the first article suggest that a banking sector collapse is coming, and it will be blamed on a massive false flag cyber attack which
will wipe clean the financial slate....and, it appears, a great deal of our money along with it.
I can tell you though that the primary target is the US. Look you can not have a bank hack a few months ago that siphoned over $2 billion and
hitting over 200 banks by some mere hacking group. In order pull something off like this I stated in a prior alert that this is something that can
only be done by an Intelligence Agency working in close collusion with a Central Bank. After all you need to understand that various money and wire
networks through which currency flows. Who but a Central Bank can give you the access and the backdoor for this to occur?
Bottom line: If you have your money in a bank (as nearly all of us do), you're going to have to realize that, with a few keystrokes, your account
could go to zero.
Naturally, one could assume that the goverrnment would "fix" the disaster, as it should be able to be proven how much money you had in the bank.
But.....what if they claim that a massive cyber attack simply "stole" all of the money, and the Federal Depositor's Insurance cannot put it all
back in because they just don't have that kind of money, so you'd have to settle for maybe half or less of what you had before.
Don't think it could happen? If MF Global can tell prosecutors that the money from segregated, protected accounts is just "gone", and they have no
idea where it went, and nobody could follow a cyber trail (supposedly), then it is entirely possible that all the banks could be hit and all they
would do is shrug their shoulders and say, "Don't know where it went, SORRY."
I believe the author is correct when he states that something at this level of sophistication has to be an inside job. If you think about it, it's
the perfect crime, covered up by the government, blamed on rogue criminal elements online hiding in a basement, and we have no recourse but to accept
pennies on the dollar, while we assume that it was done by shadowy terrorists who cannot ever be caught.
Think hard about keeping your money digital. Personally, my mattress is looking a heck of a lot safer these days.