The Optimistic American, Book I: Voir Dire
The Phoenix Phenomena, or the destruction and resurrection of societies, began in America no differently than it had to all of its brother and sister societies—through a series of concurrent devastating events which included the Sleeping Sickness epidemic resulted in massive debilitation and significant loss of life resulting in massive property and asset reallocation, The Monarch systems virus (formerly, and colloquially named The Serpent) which disabled established debt in America, effectively collapsing the American economic infrastructure which, consequently, collapsed all interdependent economies, and—finally—the final transformative factor was the election of the Benevolent Leader who promised to lead the country to the other side of chaos but only if our Nation agreed to a temporary state of authoritarian rule.
The Alarmists, labeled historical zealots, mounted inconsequential protests, warned that societies had been to the end of similar journeys never enjoyed fairytale endings.
But desperation and fear made the people willing to sacrifice freedom for a promised future of a better tomorrow. Thus began the Reformation of America.
THE NATION: THE MONARCH VIRUS
The hologram, intent on speed reading the requisite four chapters of Our New Democracy.
The single most devastating cyberterroristic American history occurred during an election year and targeted U.S. computerized debt (or rather the deposit not actually deposited. that function to create as debt). The people called the virus The Monarch because the resultant devastation of our domestic economy affected the global economy or a butterfly effect. Programmers gladly called it The Monarch because they would accept defeat from nothing less than a king and they had been defeated. No matter was tried, including depositing of real money for a person who had no money then issuing a debt balance….that’s as fast as it took for The Monarch to eradicate the entire transaction.
Some thought that by taking all computers offline, dismantling and replacing all the corrupted networks and software, that when they restarted The Monarch would be eradicated. That strategy was seen most in the media at the time. But it did not work.
The Monarch remained in force, completely irrevocable and instantly revived from its dormancy by any form of computer debt. With the U.S. economy in chaos the government was forced to act quickly and decisively with regard to reestablishing domestic debt and its repayment.
When the U.S. announced an emergency conversion to the Gold and Precious Metals Standard, claiming to possess one of the world’s largest stock collection of gold, silver, and platinum, metallurgists from each of the G15 countries was given access in order to authenticate. The final report, an exhaustive inventory published and distributed to every recognized world leader, proved that, without a doubt, the U.S. held the majority of the world’s precious metals.
From that moment a plague of inquiry fell upon their origins. Where’d they been all this time? What level of security had been provided where they’d been housed and who had access?
Conspiracies and rumors abounded but the only thing that mattered was that the U.S. declared they would pay either pay 0.0000001 percent on the Nation’s outstanding digital debt—in gold—or they would pay nothing.
There were some wars but very few because the U.S. also declared that whoever declared war against it forfeited all claim for repayment of debt.
Though The Monarch only struck the U.S. almost every country transitioned away from digital debt out of fear.
People were afraid that The Monarch was trying to steal their retirement funds. And it did, but only when their fund manager leveraged it in order to profit from servicing debt loads—then The Monarch destroyed everything.
Conspiracy theorists claimed it was the U.S. who’d attacked itself in a clever ploy for self profit, which it adamantly denied.
Every nation was afraid: someone had successfully weaponized monetary technology. Many great minds had tried but none had succeed at anything but childhood hacks. The Monorch paled, in terms of impact on the global economy, compared to the historical and environmental payloads of Prypiat, Cherynoble, and Fukishima, what the Bikini Atols and the Nevada desert, and what Nagasaki and Hiroshima combined—there had never been a more destructive event in recorded history.
So, of course people thought it was an American invention and no one wanted them to use it on them so they all tried to play niece enough, settling the U.S. debts at its crazy 0.0000001 percent just so they could transition their own nation the same way the U.S. had.
to buy enough time to convert their own Nation’s monetary back to based by Gold and Special Metals.
It really didn’t matter to anyone if it was the U.S. or not—it was someone—and if they could reorganize their nation’s economic system quickly enough maybe they could keep The Monarch (or other type of bug, maybe cricket) from attacking them. This is how The Monarch (though found only in the U.S.) transformed the entire global economy.