A false flag operation by definition is an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on another party. False flags have been used in many different ways. Some of the most common false flags have been used in politics, religion, war, espionage, and conspiracy theories. When it comes to the safety of our money, false flags can hide the real truth or possible sinister intentions of a particular group or political organization. Many glitches have occurred over the past few weeks. Many of these so-called glitches are forecasting a possible false flag event or a possible real-life scenario concerning our money.
A glitch is a minor malfunction, mishap, or technical problem. Glitches have been referred to as a snag. How will we know if a major cyber-attack is labeled as a glitch so that the public remains calm? How will we know if a potential liquidity crisis is exactly that even though the media says it’s a glitch just to avoid a bank run? How do we know if a debt issue is a real problem globally even though the banking experts claim it’s just a snag or a glitch? Maybe it’s labeled as a “one-time event” with no long-term effects. Maybe it’s all lies when it comes to the financial system and the safety of our money.
Over the past four weeks, we have seen a few glitches which are very concerning on a variety of levels. These glitches are not focused on but brushed aside like they are no big deal. They are a very big deal when it comes to financial privacy and safety. These glitches are very concerning when it comes to our money and the assurance that it will always be there for us. We aren’t even talking about our money’s buying power at this moment. We are just talking about if it will even be there at all.
Can we wake up one morning and nothing is in our bank or our retirement accounts? If it isn’t there, will it be blamed on a glitch? How long could this glitch last? Could our money be tied up for weeks or months until someone figures out what on earth happened? For people who own physical gold, that situation for all of their money just is not acceptable. That is what diversification in physical gold and silver means. When there is another glitch that maybe really isn’t a glitch at all, your entire nest egg is not threatened if you are diversified with physical gold.
FAA grounded all domestic flights a few weeks ago because of a glitch
Pete Buttigieg is the Transportation Secretary. I guess being the mayor of South Bend Indiana qualifies someone to be the Transportation Secretary of the United States of America. Maybe it’s just me but that sounds like a glitch. Anyways the grounding of all domestic flights according to Pete was due to a glitch. Pete said,
Glitches happen all the time!
The outage looks like it could have been due to a damaged database file. Oh ok, that makes me feel much safer when it comes to my money now. A database software glitch could never happen to the banking system. A software glitch could never cause the banking system to be hacked or crashed. It’s a bad idea to leave all of your paper assets in the banking system. That’s just my opinion of course.
SEC launches probe into New York Stock Exchange glitch
Over the past week, there was a major stock glitch at The New York Stock Exchange. This glitch caused major price swings and canceled trades in many stocks including Nike, Verizon, and McDonald’s. This stock glitch affected 250 stocks causing erroneous pricing. The NYSE said that the opening bell trades would be null and void and canceled. There is an investigation to review the issue. Considering that millions or billions of dollars for investors could have been affected, I hope the glitch is looked into vigorously.
What if a glitch wiped out billions and it took a very long time to figure out? What if the stock exchange was blamed on a cyber-attack and funds just disappeared? What if trillions of dollars were involved? Is there anyone out there that would do such a thing against the greatest country in the world? It’s unfortunately only a matter of time. Someday there is going to be a huge stock market glitch and it may not just be a quick fix. It would be silly to have all of your money in the stock or bond market. That’s just my opinion of course.
The Bank of America glitch affected customers nationwide due to the Zelle glitch
Recently Bank of America experienced a glitch. Some customers showed inaccurate balances of as little as $0. Obviously, this is nothing against Bank of America or the banking system as a whole. Bank of America says that
a glitch that appeared to drain some customers’ accounts has now been resolved. Phew, that was a close one. Good thing it was straightened out that day.
How about calling customer service and you can’t reach anyone? In the meantime, all of your money has disappeared. This is not a safe feeling when it comes to all of our money being held by the banks. Because of the possibility of glitches and the possibility of all of our money disappearing, maybe it’s not a good idea to have all of our money at the bank. I am sure this is not an isolated case with Bank of America, but maybe let’s err on the side of caution. The entire banking system is subject to a glitch. This is just my opinion of course.
Where there is smoke, there’s fire. This proverb suggests that when there is some indication of a problem or wrongdoing, such a thing probably occurred or exists. Ok, I agree with that. What about when it comes to the safety of our money? False flags and glitches are very real. Their intent can be sinister. The results can be catastrophic.
How can we avoid a false flag or glitch when it comes to our own money or retirement account? Well, possibly diversify, exchange some paper assets for physical gold and silver, and get some assets out of the banking system. If you control some of your assets and keep them safe and protected under your watch, you can’t be totally blindsided by a financial system glitch. Physical gold and physical silver provide that safety net from a false flag or glitch that will be devastating to the financial system and your paper assets that are still tied to it. That’s my opinion of course.