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Bix Weir Alert: “If a true Cyber War breaks out, many may wish it was a nuclear exchange…”

Saturday, October 15, 2016 9:18
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I have long said that the Global Fiat Monetary System can be “destroyed by the click of a mouse” and both the Good Guys and the Bad Guys have the power to do that.

Word this morning that the “Powers That Be” within the United States of America are planning a Cyber War with Russia and that Russia has the power to do the same to us is not surprising. As a matter of fact, they may even think it’s the best way to get around a nuclear exchange that destroys the planet…

CIA Prepping for Possible Cyber Strike Against Russia
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/cia-prepping-possible-cyber-strike-against-russia-n666636

“We’ve always hesitated to use a lot of stuff we’ve had, but that’s a political decision,” one former officer said. “If someone has decided, `We’ve had enough of the Russians,’ there is a lot we can do. Step one is to remind them that two can play at this game and we have a lot of stuff. Step two, if you are looking to mess with their networks, we can do that, but then the issue becomes, they can do worse things to us in other places.”

A true “Cyber War” is not about hacking emails my friends. It’s about destroying infrastructure, blowing up power plants and destroying the connectivity of the systems we use to run our daily lives.

Of course the problem with this solution is that Millions if not Billions of people will die because, depending on the extent of the attack, it would destroy the unbacked fiat monetary system. After all, our money is now electronic in nature and like all forms of money it relies 100% on the faith that it will be able to be used in exchange for goods and services at some future date. A cyber war that clogs or destroys the global electrical systems would make our electronic monetary system unreliable or even unusable destroying the required “faith in money” within a matter of days.

The mass deaths would follow due to the breakdown of the just-in-time delivery systems that have been developed and relied upon over the past 40 years. How long can a large city last without food, water, power, communications or even INFORMATION?

If a true Cyber War breaks out, many may wish it was a nuclear exchange as it would have been a much quicker form of death.

Stay tuned to the Road to Roota for updates on the battles and…

May the Road you choose be the Right Road.

Bix Weir
www.RoadtoRoota.com

NOTE: Unfortunately, we are very close to the darker conclusion in my latest book…

Book 4: “The Silver Lining” by Bix Weir
http://www.roadtoroota.com/public/Silver_Lining.cfm

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