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November 22, 2019 | Virtual Money ($$$$$) Disappears with Delete Key! Why?

Donald B. Swenson: Born January 24, 1943, Roseau, Minnesota. Graduated H.S. 1961, Moorhead High, Minnesota. Graduated College 1968, Moorhead State University, Minnesota. Designated member of Appraisal Institute (MAI), 1974. Employed with Western Life Insurance Company, 1968 – 71; Iowa Securities Company, 1971 – 73; American Appraisal Company, 1974 – 81. Part-time teacher/valuation consultant/bartender, 1979 – 2008 (taught workshops at Waukesha County Technical Institute, Wi. and Madison Area Technical College, Wi.). Retired 2008 (part time teacher/blogger), AZ. Self educated economist/philosopher/theologian:

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Yesterday, my broker deleted a 35 cent stock of mine as there was a 15:1 consolidation action being done. The consolidation was done to increase the stock price and reduce the number of shares in the marketplace. I fully approve of this decision by my stock administrators (the Board of Directors). The delete removed the stock symbol (temporarily) and reduced my investment account by $40,000 (down to zero). This was done by Fidelity, my broker. Let’s think about this action which is now a result of our virtual money markets.

We now live with ‘virtual’ money which can be deleted with the punch of a computer key. In fact, all my money can be deleted (instantaneously) by those who manage my various computer investment accounts. Virtual money is really ‘imaginary’ money which lives within my consciousness (and the consciousness of every brokerage firm which administers our financial accounts). Virtual money ($1.00, $5.00, $40,000, etc.) are merely abstract symbols (money units) within a computer screen (cyberspace). These units can be deleted (with the punch of a computer key) as they technically do not EXIST.

What is virtual money (in reality)? Think on this change of all of our investment and consumer accounts to a virtual account. Virtual money consists of abstract numbers (called dollars for my purposes) and these abstract numbers are ‘made’ to appear real but are really created by computer software. I see my money symbols in my computer screen but all these numbers are virtual units of math (nothing physical). The numbers can be deleted with the stroke of a computer key (this is what Fidelity did to my stock yesterday). My account went to zero for most of the day!

My stock ‘value’ was zero during the process of changing the symbol and the price. After the stock symbol was changed (to reflect the new price) my $40,000 was returned to my account. A new stock symbol was created for my account. But this action by Fidelity shows the virtual nature of today’s money (my money is ‘imaginary’ and non-physical). I call my money today a ‘unit of my consciousness’ (it lives within cyberspace). I can not observe (see) my money but the computer software ‘makes’ the numbers ‘appear’ as being real. I see $40,000 (the number) when my account is activated.

Think of the implications of this situation. All our money is now in transition to virtual numbers living within cyberspace. The entire financial world (all money on planet earth) is becoming virtual and within my consciousness. Paper money and coin money is disappearing and a cashless world is emerging. This cashless world is virtual, imaginary, and capable of vanishing with the punch of a computer key. We could witness the entire global financial system as VANISHING in the near future. Amazing!

The entire financial world (of virtual numbers) could be deleted with the punch of a computer key. My Fidelity account could go to zero. My Wells Fargo account could go to zero. My TD Ameritrade account could go to zero. My Chase account could go to zero. All my savings could go to zero. All my stocks could go to zero. All my debt could also go to zero. All virtual accounts could go to ZERO. The entire financial world (the bookkeeping system) could vanish/disappear and go to ZERO. Amazing!

We now live with mostly VIRTUAL money which can be deleted with the punch of a computer key. There is no ‘existence’ to these abstract numbers (symbols) which accumulate within my/your financial accounts. Our central bank authorities could delete all these symbols (called dollars, euros, yen, pound, krona, etc.) and ALL accounts (now virtual) could go to ZERO. Amazing! Money is now virtual and all our financial world is going virtual. Where does this lead going forward? Let’s think on this question!

My sense is that all this leads to a total collapse of our entire global financial world (at some point down the road). The numbers (called money/wealth/currencies/value) can be deleted with the PUNCH of a computer key. The ‘money button’ at our Fed in New York could delay this result if they flood the financial world with more virtual dollars. People will spend, invest, save, and borrow these virtual numbers (called money) until the entire system collapses. This action by our Fed could delay the eventual outcome!

At some point production could cease (a slowdown has already happened) and the entire financial world could be flooded with these imaginary/virtual numbers (called money) and this would represent the END GAME to the entire SYSTEM. This is now happening over in Venezuela with their stock exchange. The Fed ‘money button’ could increase virtual dollars (within the computer driven system) for a time period. This may FOOL the suckers who think our money is real/tangible/physical. The deception could work for a short period (say a year). Our financial world is built upon DECEPTION/ILLUSION!

Eventually, however, the WISE will discover the deception of virtual money and DUMP all their assets to rid themselves of this imaginary scenario. They will sell short all the stock markets, the bond markets, and the derivative markets. This could collapse the entire imaginary/virtual system in a matter of minutes. The WISE will buy gold coins, silver coins, tangible land, tangible food items, and tangible animals (like sheep, cows, pigs, chickens, etc.). The tangible assets would can not be ‘deleted’ with the punch of a computer key. Tangible things EXIST. Virtual numbers do NOT EXIST.

The WISE will recognize the ‘nature’ of a virtual monetary system (built upon pure imagination). Banksters will flee their computer driven machines and head for the hills to hide from investors, savers, consumers. Fear will temporarily permeate the marketplace as people become AWARE of the virtual/imaginary/vanishing nature of our financial system. The few will survive via barter, cooperation, and a helping attitude. The many will panic! Banksters may desire to hide in the rocks and hills to avoid exposure!

The DAY OF RECKONING is arriving for our virtual/imaginary financial system. What I have discovered will eventually be discovered by the few who control all our virtual wealth. They will get OUT of virtual assets and into tangible assets. This is happening now to a minor degree. The flood of change, however, is still on the horizon. Watch our fake/virtual/imaginary markets on your smart phone screen. Download the CNBC app or a similar app. We all can watch the collapse in real-time. It’s coming IMO. When? I don’t know!

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The above probably KNOW what is happening but do not desire to REVEAL the above realities. Why? Is the entire system built upon ILLUSION? I think so!

Have a great day. Virtual money does not exist so look out at reality and enjoy our material world of people, houses, cars, flora, and fauna. The outer world exists. My/your inner world is spiritual (does not exist). We all live within TWO worlds, two realms, dual regimes. Amazing! AMAZING! I am:

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November 22nd, 2019

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