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The US Pentagon has created a war game to fight order with BTC

June 8, 2020

Amid protests in the United States, some of which are violent because of police brutality, A post revealed information about a Pentagon war game created in 2018 that has a remarkable similarity to current events.

According to an article in The Intercept of June 6, the documents reveal that the The United States Pentagon has developed a game called the 2018 Joint Joint Strategic Land, Air and Sea Program (JLASS).. On stage, members of Generation Z (people born in the mid-1990s) in Bitcoin (BTC) are rewarded for their efforts to start a rebellion, ie “zbellion”.

Fictional US players in the 2020s receive the proceeds of their attacks to companies, financial institutions, and political and non-profit organizations that support “settlement” in cryptocurrencies.

The US Pentagon has created a war game to fight order with BTCThe US Pentagon has created a war game to fight order with BTC

According to the document, “Zbellion uses software programs to route each product to washing programs that eventually convert national currencies to Bitcoin.” and makes “small donations below the threshold” to “worthy recipients”, including members who carry out the attacks or are in financial need.

Echo of the reality of 2020

Though it was supposedly created in 2018 before the coronavirus pandemic and the growing authoritarianism of Trump and his followers in Congress, The game’s story is similar to the current forces driving some towards cryptocurrencies in the United States.

JLASS quotes governments that “provide misleading or misleading information on official websites to confuse and create suspicion”. while citizens lose confidence in traditional information networks. The scenario accurately describes Trump’s attempts to use social media to disguise the truth.

Meanwhile, Zbellion begins rallies and protests to “uncover injustice and corruption”.. People across the country are gathering in major cities to demand justice for the police murder of African American George Floyd.

Protest with Bitcoin

In the current 2020s, not only the younger generation is moving towards cryptocurrencies in response to “a feeling of discomfort and insecurity”.

Cointelegraph has reported how Bitcoin can be a tool for demonstrators of all ages against financial institutions. A YouTuber who speaks about cryptocurrencies even moved to Saipan to escape the “totalitarian tyranny” he predicted in America.