Cyberwar 2.0?


Interesting article appeared the other day.  It appears that the Bureau of Engraving and Printing has a slight problem right now.  $1,100,000,000 worth of newly printed $100 bills have suffered a printing error.  Approximately 30% of these bills have a crease that misprints the bill.  These bills are supposed to be the most complex (and expensive .12 each) bills ever printed.  Technicians and officials are not sure what is causing the misprint, and have become highly frustrated. 

Ok bear with me.  Here is where I get into uncharted terretory.  This story sounds awfully familiar.  Just last week the stories were circulating about highly frustrated Iranian nuclear scientists who had no idea how and why their centerfuges were not running properly. 

Instead of centrafuge, insert printing press.  Instead of Uranium insert money.  Instead of Nuclear scientist and money printer guy.  It is the same story.  It follows the same progression as the Stuxnet virus story.  Could a computer virus be the cause of the errors?  Welcome to the paranoia.  This is the psych ops portion of a cyberwar.

Who, how, and why?  Also, how does this tie with the creepy Wikileaks guy?

China, Army of hackers, and they are tired of us printing money and devaluing our dollar!  Also, the creepy wikileaks guy is just one front on the attack of the internet.  All of these things allow the government to justify tight control over the internet. 

We are in the middle of a nightmare scenario with China.  We owe them a ton of money.  (Approximately $53,000,000,000,000) ((Trillion))  They have repeatly made statements opposing the US devaluing it’s currency.

Other questions:

What ever came of the missle launch 35 miles off the coast of L.A.?

What about the chinese sub that surfaced next to our aircraft carrier during naval exercises?

I have spent a lot of time discussing the repercussions of the Progressive economic policies, but it could very well be the Progressive foriegn policy that does us in.  We seem to be provoking China at every turn.

Let’s personalize this a bit.  Let’s say that you have lent a ton of money to your neighbor.  This neighbor has a bigger house than you, and a better car cause he has been living on his income as well as yours.  Let’s say that through shady means he has found a loophole that would allow him to pay you with Mexican Peso’s but he still calls them dollars.  You cannot buy as much with the Peso’s and will lose much of the value of what you lent him in good faith.  How would you deal with it?  You cannot kill the neighbor cause then he would never pay you back.  (Not to mention the legal trouble)  You would probably demand your money, and take passive agressive actions to give him a hard time.  (Go through his mail, try to delay Peso deliveries to his house, call the cops when he plays loud music, display threatening body language, Join the Home owners association and report your neighbors violations or make rules that your neighbor would violate, etc)

Spank, TMB

http://www.cnbc.com/id/40521684/

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One Response to Cyberwar 2.0?

  1. Vigilant says:

    “We are in the middle of a nightmare scenario with China. We owe them a ton of money. (Approximately $53,000,000,000,000) ((Trillion)) .”

    Kindly research your figures. The total US deficit is about $14 trillion. The amount owed to China is just shy of $1 trillion.

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