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Y2K-Did Feds Plant Seeds of Disaster?

How long have you known about the Y2K computer bug crisis? Six months?...A year?...Two years, or three? In fact, the vast majority of

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This book by two of the world's top computer experts warned of a coming worldwide Y2K computer systems collapse. Amazingly, it was published in 1984—exactly 15 years ago!
the nation's most elite businessmen and academicians say that, until just recently, they knew nothing at all about the existence of a Y2K problem. Like most of us, they were shocked to discover that America and the world are on the very precipice of complete disaster and ruin.

Yes, our entire federal government, as well as the corporate magnates who head America's computer firms (IBM, Dell, Microsoft, Intel, etc.), all universally claim, "We knew nothing; sorry!"

Whoa! Not so fast. As I carefully explain in my eye-opening video, Y2K—Hidden Dangers of Martial Law and A Police State, a little known but influential government agency, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), knew at least two decades ago that a tremendous problem existed. What's more, this agency actually invented the problem!

That's not all. Way back in 1984, Petrocelli Books, of Princeton and New York, published a tell-all book, Computers in Crisis: How to Avert the Coming Worldwide Computer Systems Collapse, by two of America's top computer researchers, Dr. Jerome T. Murray and Dr. Marilyn J. Murray. Here's what the back cover of that explosive book had to say:

"WARNING!!! Logical and mathematical flaws have been discovered in the design of the worldwide computer programming and databases. These flaws will result in the Total Collapse of the world's computer systems on or before 2000 A.D."

The Murrays traced the origin of the emerging Y2K crisis to the early requirements by the U.S. government that all computer systems bought and used by federal agencies be programmed with only two digits for the year (e.g. 99 rather than 1999, and 00 rather than 2000). The U.S. government standard was then rigidly followed by private industry and other governments around the world.

The Murrays wrote:

"On November 1, 1968, the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, issued Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 4 (FIPS PUB 4). It specified the use of six-digit dates for all information exchange among federal agencies. This standard became effective January 1, 1970. And so through the years, the generations of computing systems, and the bureaucracy of government, the six-digit date not only has survived but has been enshrined. Throughout the business and governmental communities there was little thought of the year 2000.

Programming practice has brought us to this crisis by providing us with worldwide systems whose databases are permeated by six-digit dates and whose application programs' data definitions address six-digit fields."

In their 1984 book, the Murrays clearly laid the blame for the looming Y2K chaos on the doorsteps of the federal government. The question is, why? Why would the government purposely engineer the future collapse of society?

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