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2017 Tech Trends: ‘A Major Bank Will Fail’, Technology Will Take More Jobs

World Events and the Bible

WEB Notes: A major bank will fail due to a cyber attack this man claims. These are seeds of discord being sown. Just because the internet goes down a bank will collapse? Only if the people are persuaded to pull their money from the system. Easier yet, if the mainstream media tells you the bank has collapsed, you will believe it has collapsed. We face a very interesting year.

This article also discussed automation and how it will affect out jobs. Once again we hear for calls of “some sort of living standard or basic income for people.” The children of Satan are not going to support you. Maybe for awhile to get things in order, but this will not last. Their goal is to have a global population of 500 million people or less. We are literally seeing the world setup for the next stage.

Prof Richard Benham, chairman of the National Cyber Management Centre, gives a dire warning: “A major bank will fail as a result of a cyber-attack in 2017 leading to a loss of confidence and a run on that bank.”

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“We’re going to start confronting some hard truths about technology and the labour force,” says Tien Tzuo, founder of subscription technology platform Zuora.

“We’re going to have to figure out how to create jobs for people in this new economy, and if there literally are going to be fewer jobs, then we’ll need to establish some sort of living standard or basic income for people.”

So 2017 could also be the year the world is forced to deal – finally – with the tangible impacts of technology upon human society.

Source: 2017 tech trends: ‘A major bank will fail’ – BBC News

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One Response to 2017 Tech Trends: ‘A Major Bank Will Fail’, Technology Will Take More Jobs

  1. Jolly Roger says:

    Prof Richard Benham, chairman of the National Cyber Management Centre, is full of what the cat covers over.

    The banks failed 8 years ago, and have been kept alive by endless money creation.

    “We’re going to have to figure out how to create jobs for people in this new economy, and if there literally are going to be fewer jobs, then we’ll need to establish some sort of living standard or basic income for people.”

    The “new economy” he’s speaking of is a result of the planned economic collapse, and your country being denuded of its resource wealth, leaving you in dire poverty. “Establishing some sort of living standard or basic income” means we’ll all be on welfare, which you’ll have to work to collect.

    Welcome to slavery, brought to you by a phoney cyber-attack that will be the announcement that the banks have collapsed, and the “government” doling out enough for you to survive, as long as you keep working for them.

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