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  • GSOB

    Cyber warfare, the final frontier.

  • K

    If there was a concerted effort to stop this, by increasing security. Then who would they blame, when one day everyones account reads zero. The simple fact is, the Government needs someone to blame, more than they need to close these security gaps. If this does not tell you the direction the Government is going, I do not know what will.

  • Nicnak

    I will hack your bitcoins….

  • JailBanksters

    I know somebody with several Bank Accounts.
    They had several large amounts transferred from one account to another account that also belongs to them.
    All done within a matter of minutes. Overall no money was taken, just moved. Their Bank denies all accountability and says it was them but would not show their evidence as to where it was done from, saying they don’t track the IP Address.
    And I have Stupid written on my Forehead.

  • GSOB

    How in hell does the government expect to run national health care when they can’t even have a computerized voting system during elections?

    • Ralfine

      National Health Care was introduced in Europe long before computers were developed.

      • Hammerstrike

        Imperial Germany, 1883, 6 years before Hitler was born…

    • woteva

      all elections are rigged now, but a computerised voting system would be the easiest to rig ever,

  • Guest

    The only way, that I know of, to completely avoid counterparty risk is to hold your wealth in physical precious metals. But precious metal prices have been severely manipulated, particularly over the past 2 years, in order to keep the masses from flocking to these historic safe havens. The Powers That Be will not tolerate any threats to their immoral, fraudulent and wealth-confiscating fiat currency Ponzi scheme. But the wise know that the precious metals are extremely undervalued and that now is the opportune time to convert our paper assets to these stores of value.

    • Mr. Ditba

      The most precious metal of all? Lead.

  • RICHARD

    I guess i could do what my grandparents did, stick my money under the mattress. Of course your money might not be worth anything in the future.

    • goldminer

      My parents put money under the materess. But back in ther day. A dollar was worth a dollar .It was backed by gold and silver. Today the paper dollar is not even worth the paper it is printed on. Coin money is worthless. If you melted down a quarter you would have less than 4 cents of metal. Your money is not safe in banks.
      A cyber criminal can destroy your life with a simple click.
      A hurricane is brewing in the financial markets
      You better be prepaired.

      • RICHARD

        I have it covered gold miner. P.M.s food, water, ammo, rifles, pistols, raising animals, and growing food, and lets not forget canning. I am ready

      • Ralfine

        If you buy more from foreign countries than you sell, where will you get the money from you need within your country for everyday payments?

        You will need to print more.

        So stop putting restrictions on American companies what they are allowed to sell to foreign countries.

      • Hammerstrike

        They´ll close the banks when the SHTF, redistributes everything to their cronies.

  • davidmpark

    400 lbs. grains, 60 lbs. sugar, 10 lbs. salt, 30 lbs. dry milk, 80 lbs. dry beans, 10 litres cooking oil, and 1 400 count multivitamins per person. This is only enough to keep someone alive – not thrive.

    Then cash and change to cover 6 months expenses and 10% annual income emergency fund. All hidden in the home.

    Followed by 10% gold, 20% silver, 30% nickel, 40% copper.

    Land, livestock, rights, and production equipment of so inclined. I like mine!

    Keep it all safe.

    Don’t trust paper ’til it’s near the toilet.

    • Nicnak

      you can trust iPad Air and X box one!
      :-)

      • davidmpark

        Trust – about as far as I can throw ‘em! :)

  • Patriot Alice

    Internet will cause more problems than it’s worth..I prefer the world before internet..We should treat it like radioactive plutonium..Bury the whole system under a mountain..

    • 2Gary2

      Luddite

      • Malcolm Reynolds

        said the commie. Under your system, the internet would’ve never been invented. The dude that thought it up prolly would’ve been murdered for not bowing deep enough.

        • 2Gary2

          no dude made the internet up. It is an off chute of the defense dept (yeah gov)

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            Correct, no dudes were involved. It was secreted by the amorphous blob of DEFENSE DEPT beurocracy. remember, you hard leftists HATE IT. Congrats. stupid.

          • DiscouragedOne

            NO, it was not, it was FUNDED by the Department of Defense, the first 2 nodes were UCLA and Stanford.

          • davidmpark

            Not really. The internet was originally the brain child of Nikola Tesla back in the early 1900’s. It’s all in his records. If the Progressives didn’t act the way they do, he would’ve succeeded.

          • DiscouragedOne

            I could believe that, Tesla was never given the credit he deserved for anything.

          • DiscouragedOne

            First of all, that is not how you spell offshoot, second of all it was a precursor not an offshot, and tcp/ip (which you probably have no actual understanding about) came into existence through ARPANET with funding from the Department of Defense, you know that thing idiots like you hate? Yeah, that.

    • Nicnak

      in this case no x box one for you…. :'(

    • Joe Citizen

      “Internet will cause more problems than it’s worth..I prefer the world before internet.” – Patriot Alice

      More and more, I am inclined to agree with you on this. I think that we are going to have to learn to live a more “minimalist” lifestyle, and learn to be as self-sufficient as we possibly can. Learn to live like a survivalist – you’re going to need the skills very soon.

      • DiscouragedOne

        I think that is great advice.

  • 2Gary2

    sounds like a little good old fashioned wealth redistribution. The rich will share or it will be taken.

    BTW-my bank account is pretty much zero whenever I look at it, hack away I have nothing to take.

    Maybe the hackers will transfer money from some rich mother F to my account…

    • ism

      That’s correct approach. Who cares if JPM get hacked. It would
      be nice if executives relocated to garbage dump. Competing for food
      with local dogs. These guys are
      tough competitors.

    • wombobobo

      yes, you are a taker

  • 2Gary2

    John McAfee–is this d-bag wanted for murder?

    • 2¢Wurth

      He’s in Portland, Oregon now. Safe and sound in Moscow-on-the-Willamette!

    • wombobobo

      like ted kennedy?

  • some guy

    convert your paper into gold then hide that gold under your bed,just not in a bank.

    • Ralfine

      Gold is pretty useless.

      Convert your paper into something useful, maybe some land and a little house.

      Then use any additional money to improve on that house to save operating costs.

      Remember the Chinese: Do not build a house in an empty river bed (or on a beach).

      • DiscouragedOne

        Typical Chinese quality.

  • A D

    The USA is only functioning due to the fact they have not decided to pull the plug. Oboma is putting in the Communist final touches before it falls.

  • A D

    Obomacare site, designed to be hacked and exploited. So they can ramrod in the single payer socialist RATIONED care. Death panels on steroids.

    • oldbob

      This is being done by Capitalists, not
      Socialists. You Americans need to get
      out more. So naive.

      • GSOB

        What the?

      • Rogoraeck

        Left wing?
        Right wing?
        They are the wings of same vulture flying toward the New World Order!

    • GSOB

      Excellent. All in the name of security.

  • A D

    Never let a crises go to waste has been the mantra of our Communist leader. He is doing exactly what he said he would do, ‘spread the wealth’ and destroy the country.

  • 2Gary2

    many large corporations who pay poverty wages (aka Walmart) encourage
    their employees to apply for federal assistance programs to help them
    get by. Walmart is shirking its responsibilities and forcing the
    taxpayer to subsidize its corporate profits. Its shameful.

    • DiscouragedOne

      The real problem is we need REAL jobs and manufacturing back in this country. Then the competition would not make it so easy for wally world to find “victims”, they would have to be competitive.

      • AssHat900

        Won’t happen, robots are cheaper than people now.

        • DiscouragedOne

          I am not too sure how robots would fare as store clerks, cashiers and stock people maybe. As far as manufacturing, in that case the people in China are just as screwed as we are.

        • davidmpark

          Cheaper, yes; smarter, no.

          The more complicated the droid, the more people needed to keep it running.

          • DiscouragedOne

            We will all be employed as robot mechanics.

          • AssHat900

            Robots are people my friend.

    • Dallas29

      I remember hearing this is how the Walton family has become wealthy. They got the US government to pay their employees salaries.

  • 2Gary2

    If Jesus were alive today, the right would brand him a socialist, wacko.
    He was one of the greatest proponents of the redistribution of wealth,
    and of caring for the poor.

    • GSOB

      The ladder part is correct.

    • john

      So what you are saying is, Jesus would force people to give to others by taking it from them?

      • 2Gary2

        no Jesus would lead by example and show the GOP-“the party of family values gag” what a bunch of hypocrites they are.

        • wombobobo

          yeah, he would make sure that you could steal from producers and give to the gary’s, LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO

        • davidmpark

          Gary, seriously; get some medications and try reading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      “The only time The Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ, becomes violent is when he picks
      up a whip to chase the money-changers out of the temple. Nothing has changed. It was the money-changers who made The Prince of People become violent, and it is the money-changers who are destroying the planet. They’re too big to fail. It’s a disgrace. When are the people going to grow up, stand up, and rise up against the money-changers?”—Gerald Celente

      • DiscouragedOne

        Let me ask you this, what makes the Money Changers (greedy takers) any different than the government program scammers (also greedy takers)? Right…NOTHING. They are all low-life scum in my book.

    • wombobobo

      Jesus would call you a fool, why? because you are a total piece of shiiiit shmuck

      • 2Gary2

        ok hoss

        • DiscouragedOne

          Actually you are just a fool with no survival skills who is going to find out nanny government won’t wipe his butt his whole life the hard way.

          • davidmpark

            Oh, Gary knows. He comes here to preach the word of his ideology in the worst possible way. Probably wishing he’ll get paid for all the devotion in something other than welfare. We remind him that this is a prepper’s site and his Obama fan-boy crap is simply out of place. It’s his way of living.Is he wrong and everything else – yeah, he is. But this is his job.

    • wombobobo

      why does liberal dogma dovetail so nicely with that of the Nazi’s?

      1. gun control (aka confiscation) both wanted to disarm the middle class so they could control them

      2. health care – both wanted universal healthcare as a means of controlling the populace.

      3. disposal of the unwanted – nazi’s own the holocaust, libs love abortion

      4. and remember its for the children – both love to be photographed with children and use them as props

  • curious

    Question for anyone who knows. If someone illegally opens a credit card in my name can the credit card company be sued?

    • curious

      Can the credit reporting agency that records transactions and refuses to remove them from my record be sued?

      • VegasBob

        You need to get a credit report, file an identity theft complaint with your local police department, and send a copy of the police report to the card issuer. The card issuer should close the account, write off the false charges and notify the credit bureaus to remove the account from your credit records.

        If you do all that and the card issuer or credit bureau won’t clear your record, then it is time to see an attorney.

        • DiscouragedOne

          Right, he did all that and it was resolved, but now he knows he should have listened to my years of telling him to use life lock or id patrol, to be more careful, etc. Some people have to learn the hard way I guess.

      • DiscouragedOne

        If you file an ID theft report, and do everything through the proper channels, they legally have to remove it. I know because it happened to my loved one, who now uses ID Patrol to protect himself (he used to think he didn’t need it).

    • davidmpark

      No, and no. The loan agreement that the thief signs absolves the creditor in case the loan is bad, and the credit reporting agencies have their own protections.
      Sorry. :(

    • DiscouragedOne

      No, but you won’t be responsible for that debt. Join something like Life Lock or Identity Patrol, and put a watch on your SSN, and a lock on your credit and fraud alert, which you can remove if you need somebody to make an inquiry, then put it right back again. You can also watch all of your existing credit cards. Well worth the money it costs.

      • Ralfine

        Or get a tamper proof ID card.
        In Hong Kong, forging an ID card is not advisable. Forging an ID card is dealt with like forging money.

        And since Hong Kong is all about money, forging money is seen as an attack on the very foundation of Hong Kong, and will land you in prison for a very long time.

        And then they throw away the key.

        • DiscouragedOne

          I have never had my ID stolen, but it happened to my loved one whom I had been telling to use ID patrol or life lock for years, now he finally does. We will never know for sure how they got his ssn, but it started with a credit card from a certain chain store getting 5 k in bogus charges at a store in a state he has never even been to, then when he reported that, they had the nerve to get a drivers license (in the same state he has never been to) then open up a credit card at another store, he had already filled out an id theft report, so when he got the bill he reported that too and the license to police in our town and the other town. Then he started using ID patrol, now they can’t get a credit card in his name (which is why it is a great thing to use). He didn’t have to pay any of the bogus charges, but the fact that it could happen is very disturbing, especially how we think it happened. A purchase was made at the local branch of said chain store about a week prior…yeah, we think it was the cashier.

          • Ralfine

            Haeh? Why would someone have to look up your credit card if you don’t even use it?

          • DiscouragedOne

            What are you talking about? He wanted to use the card, he didn’t have it on him so he had to give him his SSN to look up his card so he could charge the purchase on it, and that is when we think the cashier stole his info and passed it on to the ID thief a couple of states away, this is NOT rocket science dude, not that hard to understand.

          • Ralfine

            Well, in this case it is a matter of “it’s your own fault”.

            You see, if I want to use my credit card, and I don’t have it with me, I cannot use it. But this is old Europe, and China or Asia.

            I cannot just tell the cashier some other person’s number or my own.

            The cashier might steal it, or the next person in line who overhears the conversation.

            Somebody might write it on a slip and let it lie around.

            Your security with sensitive documents doesn’t seem very high, considering your cases of SSN, Mannnings, Snowden, etc.

            If my credit card gets stolen I can report it stolen or lost, and it gets locked, and I get a new one. Not so easy with SSN. So KEEP it SECRET!

          • DiscouragedOne

            Like I already said, you have no idea what you are talking about. In this particular store, if you have one of their store credit cards but you don’t have it with you, it is their store policy to look it up for you and let you use it (you do have to show 2 forms of other ID). There was not anybody but the cashier there when he told the number and he was careful about it, but yes, he should not have done it, store policy or not.

          • Ralfine

            as i said, a typical case of “its your own fault”.

            i pay cash as much as i can. if i dont have cash, i cant buy anything. easy.
            call me oldfashioned.

          • Ralfine

            Why do you call it social security number, if you don’t use it for social security reasons – only?

            And don’t you have birth certificates? When I had my ID card stolen, I could only get a new one with a birth certificate.

            Sometimes you curse all the bureaucracy with official documents. But in cases like yours I am happy that certain things are not that easy.

          • DiscouragedOne

            Not that easy? The ID thief managed to get a driver’s license just by knowing a SSN, exactly how he was able to do that we do not know, we think maybe he claimed to lose the original store credit card (I almost want to say the name to warn others, think big chain with computers and appliances) and since he had the (stolen) information used that to get another card. That said, you should not be able to show a credit card as ID to get a license. I remember having to show my birth certificate in all 3 states I have lived in, but this crappy state apparently gives out drivers licenses with any kind of ID. I never liked that state very much anyway, but now I really don’t like them, I guess I can say the state who gives out licenses so easily without doing enough to confirm identity is IL, if you live there, you better use some identity protection. They probably did it in IL because it was easy to do there. My loved one will never go without identity protection again, he has learned his lesson.

          • Ralfine

            You have very crappy security over there.

            Here in Europe it is not that easy. OK, England maybe similar, since no ID exists.
            Here in England, they require a “Proof of Address” as ID, plus driving license.

            I can call the utility to tell them any name I want to be added to my invoice, or any invoice for that matter. Voila! Proof of Address.

          • DiscouragedOne

            We don’t know exactly how he did it, we only know that he did because when the bill from the 2nd store where he opened a credit card arrived, my loved one called them and said he never opened an account with them and does not live in/has never been to IL, and he told them about the ID theft that had already happened. He asked why they let the guy open an account in his name, they said the guy had a drivers’ license to prove his ID. I agree with you it is crappy, that is why I keep my credit locked at all times. If a potential employer or somebody I want to get credit from for something needs to check my credit, I unlock it but I tell them I am unlocking it for one week, this date till that date, please get your business done in that time, then I lock it right back up again (the service I pay for allows me to do that at will). I also have my SSN watched for fraud. My loved one is doing the same thing now.

          • Ralfine

            my bank calls me when i use my credit card in a place where i havent been before or if the spending is in any way interesting, to ask whether this is correct and intended.

            at first you think it is annoying, but then you are glad.

  • Ralfine

    “and that your bank had absolutely no record that you ever had any money in your account at all? ”

    For that you have written, printed bank records at home reaching back to the beginning of time.

    Always keep all records regarding money. Especiallly records of payment where you can assume that the receiver will cheat you years later and claim that you owe him money and send you reminders and bailiffs.

    Saving paper though 100% online banking? Yes, nice idea. When the bank can 100% prove that nobody can ever break into the bank and wipe records.

    Online banking will be safe, when you can logon to your account, download some money and print it.

    And that printed money is accepted in shops.

  • Nicnak

    how do you make a living in the usa? I calculated all night and even with a full time job it s impossible to live in the usa unless you borrow money!

    are you all hackers or all scammers like guys at the white house?

  • Orac4Prez

    “…And if you think that “the government will protect us”, you are just being naive.”

    Your President has heard you!

    Just like you, he has great misgivings about identity theft. He is deeply concerned about the affect this has on your confidence in the system of government and the electoral process. As you have pointed out, it is undoubtedly true that the electoral system has been compromised. We now must question the integrity of the electoral roll. This means the process for electing a president or other elected official is also compromised. This is obviously unacceptable!

    Thus, rather than put the great American populace through another election and risk an unconsitutional person taking the office of President, President Obama has decided to remain in office until the problem of identity theft is eliminated. This is indeed a selfless act! He was of course, the last constitutionally elected President and will thus sign an executive order conferring on himself the role of President until the current crisis is ended, thus guaranteeing that the government remains viable. It is essential to maintain stability for the business community, the banking sector, the dollar and the world economy.

    Indeed this is change you can beleive in. His benevolence has no bounds! You may now bow down and worship him!

    (OK, I guess I am getting carried away a bit!)

  • Joe Citizen

    So, Michael, in light of the insecurity of the banking system, what do you advise people to do?

  • grumpyhillbilly

    I’ve no doubt the banks are nothing but garbage. Little old me also thinks that cyber crimes have a little assistance from those in the know. If the governement is tracking you thru the various complicit tech companies, someone has to be looking the other way.

    What is stumping me is what to do with assets. As much as I would love to stick it all in land, farm equipment, and livestock. The current crop of the elite fear capability and potential competition. My fears are when the crash happens land confiscation will be the norm. Which begs the question is it a good idea to have a hideaway out of the US?

    • DiscouragedOne

      We used to think about getting one in Belize, but we couldn’t afford it, and now it has become the “thing” for the ultra rich, so we will never afford it.

  • Smaulgld

    And somehow bitcoin is the answer? Bitcoin is a reliable store of wealth?

    • Tim

      I don’t think Bitcoin is the answer. I would stay away from it.

  • Bill

    What a bunch of crap. Whether it is the imposter or the cable a 7% unemployment rate and 200k new jobs IS a bunch of crap.

  • kathym2

    Machines and technology will end up destroying us.

    • DiscouragedOne

      There is a good chance of that.

  • AssHat900

    I’ve been storing my wealth in rocks. Get away from my rocks you dam kids.

  • 2Gary2

    yeah those rich work hard alright–working hard to stack the deck against everyone but them. Must be rough sitting by the pool as the dividend checks roll in. Dividend checks which are only taxed at the cap gains rate and not the rate the working person pays.

    • DiscouragedOne

      Define “rich”, because I don’t believe you only mean the top 1%.

  • Arizona

    THIS might sound a old fastioned,BUT,there was a time in america when THE BANKS HAD BOOK KEEPERS,and no one ever lost their money,I guest the world has changed,the people would rather LOSE every dime they ever worked for, then do things the way they used to be done,…………..

  • Arizona

    I guess another problem for big banks is,if everything is on paper,THEY WOULD HAVE to stop laudering DRUG MONEY,child kidnapping rings would disappear,and transfers of stolen money would stop and bankers wouldn’t be able to be bribed into the thief of depositers money or safe deposit boxs either…………..,

  • El Pollo de Oro

    How many of you have had your email hacked? I’m willing to bet the answer is “a lot.” You know you’ve been hacked when a friend who isn’t very Internet-savvy says, “I’m sorry to hear that you’re stranded in Istanbul without any money.” And to really complicate things, hackers and cybercriminals going after Americans might be thousands of miles from the BRA.

    • DiscouragedOne

      Never dude, not even once.

  • DJohn1

    Security for Computers 101.
    Use an operating system different than Microsoft.
    Everyone with any sense at all has gone to UNIX systems. Apple uses a form of UNIX. So do Linux users.
    There must be six different computer languages based on UNIX in common use.
    Microsoft uses C Plus Plus and it is antique.
    Most stolen operating systems in countries like India, Pakistan, and China is XP from Microsoft.

    This is the one they are all trained on to hack into systems here.
    It doesn’t take much to put a different language on a computer and lock it down so most hackers cannot do anything with it.
    In 7 years using Ubuntu as a base operating system I have had two virus attempts on my computers on the internet. Neither attempt succeeded.
    There are multiple forms of linux distributions out there. Most of the office software is donated free.
    Iif I were a bank, I would definitely change to an operating system that isn’t Microsoft oriented and pay the expense of maintaining it with decent programmers.
    Ubuntu is used on tablets in the form of Android. Root is classified.

    So I recommend you try Fedora or one of the other varieties. I suggest Android will definitely be attracting viruses that will eventually effect Ubuntu users.
    The problem for hackers is if C Plus Plus is common and everyone knows how to hack it,

    very few know how to attack a linux system for any length of time.

    The way to go is to keep with a system that is fairly unknown to the hackers.
    No system is fool proof. But going with Microsoft based systems is going to guarantee you will get hacked.

    • DiscouragedOne

      I think production systems should be UNIX, I have a mix of OSs on my computers, and sometimes dual boot, but I have had Windows on some of them since 3.1 (yeah, the one right after DOS) way back in the early 90s, and I have never, ever been hacked, even though I have often run web servers as well, and they have sometimes been IIS, not always Apache. So….for personal users, if they have a clue how to protect themselves, they can use Windows, and if they are too clueless to protect themselves, Linux probably can’t help them anyway.

      • DJohn1

        I too remember 3.1. Used to have to put it back together about once a week. We finally went to 3.11 for work groups.

        We used to run a Christian Bulletin board back in the 90s. We called it My Candy Store.
        One afternoon I was sitting in front of the computer and this kid broke through the security and was at a command prompt.
        He was just starting to erase the hard drive. Format C: (enter)
        Only I unplugged the machine just as he hit enter. It reversed and formatted his Dad’s hard drive.
        I don’t know what happened to him from there but we banned him from all the bulletin boards in the area.

  • DJohn1

    Just for the record, Apple systems have become too common, and they do get hacked and they do get viruses a lot more than they did when they were considered a minority user base.
    IBM type software on pcs were the majority of computers at conventions like Computerfest years ago. If we had 5 acres of hardware and software for a pc, we had maybe two tables for apple products.
    At the same time, we had maybe 10 tables for Linux education but that was in the late 90s.
    Linux and Microsoft both contracted the same virus back then. 2 days later Linux had eradicated it. It took Microsoft almost two weeks to do the same thing.

    Linux-based computers use UNIX which is very stable.

    • GSOB

      Linux Administrators will be in higher demand…. people will realize that utilizing this OS without the licensing cost will save them big bucks.

  • DiscouragedOne

    The people who are getting/will get raked over the coals in this country to support the “Gary2s” are not the top 1%, they are the middle and upper middle class, and boy are we pissed.

    • davidmpark

      I enjoy your posts, mate. But, can I give you some context?

      My family and I are heavy welfare recipients, pretty much against my will. As many here already know, my sweet wife has multiple disabilities severe enough that I have to stay home with her as caregiver. We are also raising our 3 children the best we can. I cannot leave for a job unless there is a CNA or equivalent with her, or I could be arrested for neglect.

      We are being raked over the coals daily as well. Being on these programs is a TERRIBLE way to live. I have no idea why Gary loves the system so much – it’s a total pain in the #$%&ing #$% to deal with for the equivalent of $18,000 annually. :P

      I’ve tried everything to get us on our feet. Work from home, start my own business, even tried raising livestock and growing our own food to negate food stamps. Unfortunately, we seem to get those things shut down after the authorities get wind of it.

      The system needs a total overhaul. The gary’s of America and their wimpy leaders want things to get worse for us too; not just the middle and upper-middle. Trust me, the Dems and leftists are no friends of ours – nor will they ever be. But the Republicans and many conservatives have done us harm as well.

      Only God and His Church are worthy of our trust and praise. They’re the only one’s who came and offered to truly help.

      • DiscouragedOne

        I understand your situation, and it is sad that instead of giving a hand up, the system keeps you down. You are not the people I am complaining about, you are in this situation through no fault of your own, you don’t like being in it, and you certainly aren’t giddy about taxing the “rich” like Gary2, which in reality will only make a very bad situation worse.

  • 65starship

    psychosis

    • seth datta

      I work in the medical field. If you will diagnose a medical condition on the basis of such a short statement, I would suggest that you are the one requiring psychological evaluation, being a doctor myself. You’re going to get nexted by the medical fraternity in future, judging by your curt attitude.

  • Wally

    Could it be a false flag? Could it be the bankers themselves doing the hacking? Could it be all preparations for a major upcoming attack that steals all the money from everyone? I think maybe it could be. Everything might collapse at once. Then what happens? Millions will die.

  • FounderChurch

    The argument about “banking” has raged since the first colony was planted in the New World. Banks are NOT businesses, NOT capitalist companies, and NO Free Enterprise, excepting for small local banks and small local Savings and Loans and small Credit Unions. All branch banking should be outlawed, We used to have laws providing for all of this, but steadily Democrats have given the banks more and more power. No wonder they are being hacked. No one has any respect for these large banks and everyone hates their guts.

  • davidmpark

    Breaking News in Utah: Utah’s Department of Workforce Services (the bureaucrats that we get supplemental disability medicaid and EBT through) reported yesterday a data breech of our information via Morgan Stanley Chase getting hacked.

    Morgan Stanley Chase brokers all EBT transactions nationwide and gets a lot of federal dollars for being another middle man. They got hacked and all of Utah’s EBT records were exposed.

    Now, I’ve got to pay for credit reports and keep track of all our info for any illegal accounts (like I don’t have enough to do!) or pay an extra $60 per month we don’t have for identity insurance.

    Oh, and they changed Medicaid coverage around here, too. Now, since we get less than $1,600/month total for SSDI and kid’s survivor’s benefits, Utah is charging us an addidtional $557.00 deductible per month for supplemental disability medicaid.

    I really hate being on these programs.

  • wombobobo

    hey gary, how’s that obamacare workin’ for ya’

    bwahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  • DiscouragedOne

    You completely missed my point.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      Now that you mention it, I get it. Sometime I need a slap in the head to get it too. yikes.

  • 2Gary2

    republican idea of good welfare recipients… hedge fund managers,
    ultra-rich aristocrats who stash their fortunes overseas, hugely
    profitable corporations that ship our jobs overseas, the
    military-industrial-complex.

    republican idea of bad welfare recipients… ordinary people down on their luck, kids, the infirm, the elderly.

    Billions more is spent on corporate welfare, er subsidies, than we spend on unemployment insurance or food stamps.

    And that corporate welfare subsidizes companies with billions in profits.

    And that’s the way the GOP wants it to be FOREVER.

    • wombobobo

      you are an effeminate joke. how’s that obamacare workin’ for ya?

  • 2Gary2

    GOP says the unemployment numbers are artificial and that the Obama administration is obscuring the true unemployment numbers

    Many GOPers and RW leaning websites/pundits have quoted “true” unemployment number as being around 12%, 17% or even more.

    Then they say that if the UE numbers are going down, it is because people
    have given up looking for work because the Obama economy is not
    producing any jobs.

    SO what is their answer? Cancel unemployment benefits for 1.3M Americans

    • wombobobo

      70% of jobs created this year are part time, hey, thanks obamacare

      largest growth area for women this year – Waitress jobs, hey, thanks democrats for your War on Women

      • Bill

        40% of the 203k new jobs were gov jobs.

  • wombobobo

    LMAO at liberalism, er, should I say communist pieces of excrement

  • wombobobo

    why does liberal dogma dovetail so nicely with that of the Nazi’s?
    1. gun control (aka confiscation) both wanted to disarm the middle class so they could control them

    2. health care – both wanted universal healthcare as a means of controlling the populace.

    3. disposal of the unwanted – nazi’s own the holocaust, libs LOVE abortion

    4. and remember its for the children – both love to be photographed with children and use them as props

  • wombobobo

    what would you rather have?
    1. an end to cyber attacks
    2. an end to obamacare

  • bobcat

    Welcome to the cashless society. Yeah. Sign me up.

  • Carl_s_Jones

    And who benefits? Emptying bank accounts and ending access to cash only helps the NWO bankers. It is clear, that US/UK and Israeli intelligence are behind the majority of cyber attacks. The more attacks in general, the more intrusions into our private lives.

  • Rogoraeck

    The Internal Revenue Service sent 655 tax refunds to a single address in Kaunas, Lithuania?????

    655 tax refunds to Lithuania???? To a single address??????
    What kind of morons does the IRS employ???

  • person

    I believe Google is hacked.I had to change search engienes

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