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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 17 Jun 18 8.14am Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by .TUX.

And who causes the booms and busts? The Central Banking system that has been forced upon us all.
These illusionists have altered the nature of the financial system and orchestrated a de facto heist that has enabled the most dominant banks and central bankers to run the world with currency (printed from thin-air and charged to us with interest!).
The greatest Ponzi Scheme in history, bar none.

Crypto-currencies are designed to end this farce. To end the deliberately manipulated ''boom and bust''. To end this parasitical system that robs every single one of us every single day hence 'they' are doing everything possible through the MSM (and continual price manipulation) to deride this space.

Andrew Jackson had the right idea.

I would agree that potentially crypto could be a significant improvement for the future of finance in general.....though not for the UK as this sector is one of our main tax areas and exports.

However, I'm not blind to the risks. Centralized systems never give up power willingly when there is money involved. Personally I see struggles and manipulation ahead for crypto. The bigger it gets the more the system will look to drown it.

You're very critical of the system, though we shouldn't forget that we live in an era and anglosphere where the poor grow fat and old.

We should not forget that this is the only era in history where this has happened so while the short comings of the financial systems are evident.....so should be its successes.

 

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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

I would agree that potentially crypto could be a significant improvement for the future of finance in general.....though not for the UK as this sector is one of our main tax areas and exports.

However, I'm not blind to the risks. Centralized systems never give up power willingly when there is money involved. Personally I see struggles and manipulation ahead for crypto. The bigger it gets the more the system will look to drown it.

You're very critical of the system, though we shouldn't forget that we live in an era and anglosphere where the poor grow fat and old.

We should not forget that this is the only era in history where this has happened so while the short comings of the financial systems are evident.....so should be its successes.

We should all be, but as with the continued negative press re crypto-currencies in the MSM you'll never hear the same regarding the current system that, by design, continues to rob each and every one of us daily. Funny that.
The need for two wages today to support an average family (in the main) as apposed to one that was sufficient for decades and decades being proof positive. This is the continued and deliberate devaluation of currency (a taxation) that only benefits the parasites at the top of this Ponzi Scheme. If only more could see it.

As for the poor growing fat and old, i don't class living a longer life while being poor as a ''success''.



 


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