If you have visited my site, you know that I have been trying to connect the dots in the whole mass banker suicide issue. You can find the first part here and the second part here. Also, Neil Schnurr over at Golden Geese News has a couple of interesting things concerning the rash of suicides by big bankers. You can find those here and here.
But the recent death of Autumn Radtke, the CEO of First Meta, has me a little puzzled. It doesn't make sense really until you start digging a little deeper. A few weeks ago, Bitcoin took a hard hit. Mt Gox was a Bitcoin exchange based in Tokyo, Japan. It was completely wiped out by a "hacker" and the company was forced to close. Immediately and without warning. They lost an estimated $480 million of anyone and everyone who held Bitcoin accounts through them. And then they suspended all trades, shut down their website and deleted all tweets from their Twitter account. Does that sound like something a legitimate company does when it has been robbed?
And just last week, another Bitcoin exchange, Flexcoin, was also hacked. They lost an estimated $608,000, and yet another, Poloniex, was also hacked, although an exact dollar amount is not forthcoming from them. They only report that they lost an estimated 12.3% of their holdings. Seems to me that maybe the Big Bad World Banks are a little scared of the Bitcoin concept. After all, people can instantly trade digital money around the globe and they can also do so somewhat anonymously...away from prying eyes and a nosy NSA.
In fact, CNN wrote an article about Bitcoin in January of 2013 and pretty much stated that it was good for nothing but money laundering, drug selling and numerous other illegal activities. Makes me wonder if their beloved Obama read that article.
I am still trying to connect the dots on this one but as I research, I only come up with more questions than I do answers. Could this Autumn Radtke been a plant for the government or a world bank, hacking in and stealing the digital currency and did she then have to be silenced? Or, could she have found out what was going on and been silenced for that? After all, if CNN says it's bad, then that means there is something there the left doesn't like and if they don't like something, I tend to wonder why? Could Big Banks be more than a little concerned with the rise of digital currency that they cannot control? And if so, you can rest assured that they will go to any lengths to stop it. Even so far as to "hack" into the systems and take all the currency, never intending to use it, only meaning to shut it down.
With all the negative publicity now surrounding Bitcoin, one has to wonder if it will survive at all. Perhaps not Bitcoin, per se, but I do believe that we have not seen the last of crypto-currencies. And was Ms. Radtke a key player with a little too much knowledge, or was she just another unlucky and unwitting witness to a much more nefarious scheme who was silenced? We may never know the answer for certain, but I intend to stay on this. I know the answer is out there. And if We The People can't expose what is going on in this corrupt expanse of time, then who will?