amanfromMars 1 Mon 8 Aug 14:02  ……. words to the wise on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/08/08/broken_bitbank_bitfinex_shaves_36_from_all_accounts/
In Global Operating Devices We Trust …..
“After much thought, analysis, and consultation, we have arrived at the conclusion that losses must be generalized across all accounts and assets.”
It would be a titanic folly for the likes of a real virtualised economy/dodgy fiat currency banking sector to think to trial such a shenanigan to try save themselves from catastrophic losses and escaping information around intelligence used for mass control, for the consequences will be dire death and concentrated targeted destruction against chief president/CEO heads.
Indeed, whenever one considers the current regime which privatises profits and socialises losses, it is surely probably already a long overdue correction to be fully expected in the near future and long term.
With so many crazies out there doing their mad thing in so many places right around the globe, all it would take is a little remote control guidance to turn the smarter renegade rogue outfit[s] into super hero brigade[s].
And one imagines that such would be a valid virile viral exercise to entertain both manic manipulating muppets and sociopathic sock puppets alike …… http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-07/alert-conspiracy-theorists-youre-being-lied/……
The US military is developing software that will let it secretly manipulate social media sites by using fake online personas to influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda. A Californian corporation has been awarded a contract with United States Central Command (Centcom), which oversees US armed operations in the Middle East and Central Asia, to develop what is described as an “online persona management service” that will allow one US serviceman or woman to control up to 10 separate identities based all over the world. The project has been likened by web experts to China’s attempts to control and restrict free speech on the internet. Critics are likely to complain that it will allow the US military to create a false consensus in online conversations, crowd out unwelcome opinions and smother commentaries or reports that do not correspond with its own objectives. The discovery that the US military is developing false online personalities – known to users of social media as “sock puppets” – could also encourage other governments, private companies and non-government organisations to do the same. The Centcom contract stipulates that each fake online persona must have a convincing background, history and supporting details, and that up to 50 US-based controllers should be able to operate false identities from their workstations “without fear of being discovered by sophisticated adversaries”. Centcom spokesman Commander Bill Speaks said: “The technology supports classified blogging activities on foreign-language websites to enable Centcom to counter violent extremist and enemy propaganda outside the US.”