31 Jul '17, 10am

WannaCry Ransomware Virus Is a Globalist False Flag Attack On Bitcoin. #Bitcoin #Wannacry #NSA

WannaCry Ransomware Virus Is a Globalist False Flag Attack On Bitcoin. #Bitcoin #Wannacry #NSA

Here’s something I’ve been learning. If something innocuous comes out of nowhere and all-of-a-sudden is covered by the mainstream Fake News media as though it is the apocalypse… it’s all planned and done for a reason. On May 12th, the “WannaCry” ransomware attack was covered widely in the mainstream media, immediately proclaiming it to be the “the worst cyber attack of all time.” Is that really the case? How did they know so quickly? The entire ransom collected so far, mostly from idiots and moronic government agencies who still use Windows XP and don’t update their software, is a total of $70,000 . Is this really the worst attack of all time? The attack gained worldwide attention 11 days after May day. May day, or May 1st, is the anniversary of the Bavarian Illuminati which was formed on May 1, 1776. Or, 1/5/1776. Which, when added up, 1+5+17+76 equals 99. Within minutes,...

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