If you've been watching the meltdowns on the internet lately, and specifically with respect to financial clearing, you'll have noted an increase in the outages of payments systems. Recall that during the "power outage" that was caused by those pesky "metallic balloons" in San Francisco, Los Angeles-San Diego, and New York, was accompanied by payments outages in Ontario, specifically in Canada's largest grocery chain, Loblaws. Well, on May 1st, during a banking holiday weekend, Lloyds' and National Westminster (NatWest) banks in the United Kingdom were hit with similar problems, according to this story shared by Ms.B.Z.:

Payday banking meltdown as Lloyds, Halifax, RBS and NatWest customers are hit by online glitch that stops them accessing their accounts - and even makes payments 'vanish'

Note the problem according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail:

Customers of Lloyds Bank, Halifax, RBS and NatWest were up in arms after an online glitch saw many lose access to their accounts and payments disappear.

The glitch, which affected the banks' online service, occurred on what is payday for most of the British workforce.

All the banks said the issue had been resolved, with 'missing' transfers to reappear in customers' accounts by the end of today.

Note that what is being described as a "glitch" (which somehow affected Lloyds, NatWest, the Royal Bank of Scotland, and Halifax banks all simultaneously), also was responsible for the complete disappearance of monies in electronic transfers and transactions:

One user told the NatWest Twitter help feed: 'Your app's not working ...... neither is your online banking. Just transferred money bet [sic] my accounts and it has disappeared!'

Another added: 'Me too, £650 has not been transferred and has gone missing!!'

As one angry commentator put it in the comments section below the article: "What is a glitch?"

Indeed, the term "glitch" is used when no one has a good explanation, or at least, an explanation they care to share.

So, in the absence of an explanation that is covered by the word "glitch", permit me to run amok with my high octane speculation of the day, for I cannot help but think that when two of Great Britain's largest banks get hit with a "glitch" that causes electronic transfer payments to completely disappear, that something more than a "glitch" is involved. As I indicated when I blogged about the strange financial clearing problems in Ontario during the "power outage" that was caused by a "glitch" called "metallic balloons," it appears that someone, somewhere, is doing not only a lot of reconnoitering of the internet, but that they are also sending messages about the complete lack of integrity and security of digital systems.

In short, these do not strike me as "glitches" at all; they strike me as deliberately contrived events; someone is gathering an extraordinary amount of intelligence on financial transaction systems, their security, and doing exactly the sort of exploratory "strikes" that one would do in order to ascertain how to "hack the internet" and bring it all down in one fell swoop. After all, this time the banks were able to recover the transactions and credit their customers' accounts. Next time it might not work out so tidily.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. goshawks on May 7, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    We have all heard ‘rumors’ of the different software companies receiving clandestine visits from alphabet agencies. The software companies got ‘orders’ to engineer-in backdoors for these agencies to use, followed by covert ‘gag’ letters to keep them secret. That would include – and maybe concentrate-on – any financial-transaction software.

    So, with all the confusion, turmoil, and just plain waking-up these days, have these financial backdoors now become semi public knowledge?

    • Robert Barricklow on May 8, 2017 at 11:02 am

      Software is notoriously full of holes[to quicker it is brought online, the more holier it is]; even, as you relate the signature back door[s] of it’s writer[s].

  2. Robert Barricklow on May 7, 2017 at 4:29 pm

  3. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2017 at 7:46 pm

    Virus in Russia’s ATM’s
    German Gladio False Flag?
    Austria wants to tax internet services

  4. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2017 at 4:16 pm

    Suppose there are weaknesses to be exploited. That “they” strike when chaos is either generated by system’s failure, or purposely engineered. The interesting part of this scenario[looking to decapitate the system in near future[or at least express their capabilities], is that there are unknown players who are privy to these vulnerabilities and methods to take advantage. So to play in a manner that excludes being seen or followed would alert the other players. They might set a trap? Or, they steal and see who follows? When you go down into this rabbit hole of a force that wants to remain hidden it gets back to the Deep State. Because they are famous for engineering false flags to switch from where they are to where they want to be in a flash. All to better serve the population…
    on a silver platter.

  5. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    Stacy & Max
    Loot or be looted.


    • Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      Stacy & Max got Venezuela wrong. The USA has been waging economic warfare there ever since Chavez displaced a large portion of the elite’s power structures. But the elites still maintained a solid media in which to blanket the populace with propaganda. Still, the populace have become more media savvy.
      Max gets the carbon hoax wrong; missing from their analyses is the geoengineering taken place and the Sun’s cycles.
      A couple of episodes back Stacy & Max appeared to be clueless on 9/11’s Deep State roots.
      They do however; generally get the economics right.
      Paul Craig Roberts in the second half lays in on Trump. His high hopes for Trump met with the reality of the Deep State’s tight hold on the Republic’s throat.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2017 at 4:04 pm

      Stacy & Max get the “glitch scenario down pretty well; showing that financial capitalism is getting in the dog eat dog phase, where they begin eating they’re own.
      In general terms, they start with the bottom of the food chain[the general population] and begin to work their way up.
      Of course, if a choice target becomes vulnerable, they’ll strike w/o any remorse.

  6. marcos toledo on May 6, 2017 at 11:06 am

    And these are the idiots(scoundrels) who want all us rubes to go cashless. They seem to believe life is a hologram and for them it might be but not for the rest of us who live in the real world. This is a confidence man, swindler paradise but then these fools might believe GMO food is better than the genuine food. In what dreamland do these people live in when they have stolen everything what are they going to live on we the host of these parasites will be dead.

    • Phil the Thrill on May 6, 2017 at 2:29 pm

      Well, the good Doctor broke down the “topological metaphor” in “The Grid of the Gods”, and it sounds a lot like Renee Schwaller de Lubicz’ “primordial scission”, which corresponds with the creator, preserver, destroyer cosmology of the Hindu, and Michael Talbot blessed us all with his very eloquent “The Holographic Universe”, and Alan Watts says simply, God is all there is, and He likes to play hide and seek with Himself, and so a part of Him forgets Who He is and He has to find Himself by remembering….who REALLY is us, and who REALLY is them, is a very interesting question.

      • Sandygirl on May 7, 2017 at 11:24 am

        And this is why ‘they’ need to ‘program’ so hard and fast every day into the topological metaphor where even our thoughts create echoes that go on and on. Once we become clear in ourselves we create a bigger transformation. As more people awaken the more glitches happen, the more echoes reverberate.

        • goshawks on May 7, 2017 at 5:39 pm

          “As more people awaken, the more glitches happen…”

          Sandygirl, I think you have put your finger on something…

          We are all more-powerful beings, just damped down. As the lid slowly comes off, ‘realizations’ are going to occur – even if only subconsciously – that produce emotional reactions. This might lead to what I might call ‘poltergeist’ effects. There has been enough psychic research to show that pent-up emotional energy can translate into real-world psychokinetic effects. Dishes, cups, and paintings flying across the room…

          Most of the ‘poltergeist’ research was done in the days before the digital age. However, work done at P.E.A.R. (Princeton Engineering Anomaly Research) has shown humans can influence digital systems.

          As most people ‘know’ – consciously or subconsciously – that our current monetary system (actually, the people in the shadows ruling it) is a major brake on human development, it is likely that any discharging emotional-energy due to awakening would show first in digital banking with ‘poltergeist’-like effects …

  7. Vomito Blanco on May 6, 2017 at 7:33 am

    I will take my cue from ISIS and use only Israeli banks from now on. They seem to be much more secure. And if I ever decide take a trip to the Middle East, I will only visit the Golan Heights because you can be certain ISIS or any other Islamic terrorist will never attack it. And, god forbid, if I ever wind up in Syria, perhaps a victim of Ivanka Trump’s American Deplorable for Syrian Refugee Exchange, I will take shelter inside one of Syria’s medieval synagogues because they too manage to go unscathed as well in the jihad. Where am I going with this? Like the Venetian counting houses of yesteryear that were left intact during the Mongol invasions, I think the smart money will put their nest eggs in banks none would dare digitally steal from (especially international nazis, Russian mafia hackers, or the mossad themselves.)

  8. DanaThomas on May 6, 2017 at 7:24 am

    The software used by banks might have a “back door”. Though this is not actually necessary to get in (think of “windows”). When these things start, the “man in the street” will start wondering what the difference is between virtual money disappearing in “glitches” and virtual money disappearing in the form of “fees”, “late interest charges” and so on. And if any oligarch bank accounts were “turned off”, they aren’t telling…

  9. Daryl Davis on May 6, 2017 at 7:18 am

    These incidences may indeed represent attempts to gauge infrastructure vulnerability, yet be acts of the institutions themselves, testing their own defenses — in so doing, admittedly, laying the evidentiary groundwork for a public defense against catastrophic future losses.

    But even if these disruptions were caused by a hostile party intent upon bringing down the entire system, this implicates no particular group. It might as likely prove to have been Anonymous as CIA, MI6, China or the Rothschilds’ butler. The “fingerprints” left behind, however, strongly suggest a “set-up” is underway rather than a clumsy, “thought aloud” private hacker attack. No doubt on every one of those metal balloons a Made in China stamp was subsequently discovered; but I wouldn’t have closed the case there either.

  10. basta on May 6, 2017 at 6:28 am

    None of those banks has a particularly stellar reputation, and RBS and Lloyd’s in particular are money launderers and RBS committed systemic mortgage fraud.
    One of the main reasons why 9/11 occurred on 9/11 was that there was several billions of corrupt paper belonging to the Cabal/perps that needed to be cleared on the 12th.
    And so… boom! 9/11 wrecks Wall Street’s clearing operations housed in the WTC and the next day the SEC — which lost its investigative offices housed in WTC7 by amazing coincidence — declares that, because of the disaster, all clearing will be done without supervision and books were made whole.
    How convenient. Pattern here? Perhaps.

    • Freefall on May 6, 2017 at 7:43 pm

      Great comment .. Thanks Basta ..

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