And Now….Japan. As you can easily see this is a well coordinated, months long effort to prepare the public for a cashless society where only electronics and plastic, controlled by the NWO, rids itself of any obligation to be accountable for the true value of currency. When electronic means is our only value system there is no default position to protect your liquid assets, except precious metals, solar panels, food growing, self sufficient, self reliant living, etc..
The World is in massive debt. The only way out is to crash the monetary system. This is what the NWO is doing folks. It’s a very, very big deal.
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I’ve been in bitcoin since 2011, have read the whitepaper a dozen times etc and can guarantee you it’s not a banker conspiracy. Full nodes are decentralized enough throughout the world to prevent double spending. However that the bankers didn’t create nor control the protocol doesn’t mean it can’t be used by them and the state to control people. For example the government could issue payment to its employees with 3 of 4 multisig and control where the people spend their money. All very cheaply, a central planner’s dream, really. Thing is, bitcoin gives people who are awake the option to bone up on opsec and control their own money and their own lives, which is something they don’t have now. Even if bitcoin were to succumb to the state by some unknown flaw, there are hundreds of altcoins ready to take its place. The almost comical attempt to ban cash will be a boon for bitcoin for sure.
Careful. What happens when power is cut? What happens when you cannot access online? Don’t think it can happen. Think again. There is ZERO historical past to show that an electronic medium can be successful as a currency.