The Turkish Lira 🇹🇷 has become worthless. Their money substitute is dead. https://twitter.com/Amaralee23/status/1467655892757663744
Governments effectively took over the banking sector... or depending on who you ask, the banking system took ever governments. Details of who wore the pants in this relationship are of no concern to this book, which focuses on its bastard spawn. 😜
- The Fiat Standard, @saifedean
This is your Future on Central Banking ™
Military Industrial Complex exists solely in a fiat currency clown world
Where wealth can be extracted at near zero cost to fund infinite wars
Defund the 💵🖨️ and buy #bitcoin https://twitter.com/hackermaderas/status/1466812553812754435
This is a good time to read Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s “The Gulag Archipelago” to see what the state organism is capable of. I’m 6 hrs into the 21 hr abridged audio version here https://www.audible.com/pd?asin=0062941615&source_code=ASSORAP0511160006&share_location=pdp
Several of my friends are literally on the run from state tyranny, that took away their freedom of movement and made vaccination compulsory under threat of…
1 share of $AAPL in #Bitcoin
2012 - 4 BTC
2013 - 0.5 BTC
2014 - 0.04 BTC
2015 - 0.1 BTC
2016 - 0.04 BTC
2017 - 0.01 BTC
2018 - 0.007 BTC
2019 - 0.005 BTC
2020 - 0.008 BTC
2021 - 0.003 BTC
“Everything the state has is stolen, everything it says is a lie.”
the current state of the world summed up perfectly by Solzhenitsyn
Watch how @saylor destroys Ethereum, "DeFi" and "proof of stake" in front of a room full of "crypto"-people at the Blockchance conference in Berlin.
It's beautiful 😂
The reason government employees have a tendency towards conspiracy theories is evident: government is essentially a big conspiracy to exercise control over every part of society — and they are always dreaming of being almighty.
When their plans invariably fail, their tiny minds imagine some opponent doing what they’re trying to do and defeating them — it’s easier than facing their own incompetence.
It’s always someone else: Russians, Chinese, Trump supporters, Satanists etc
This book from 1997 predicts nations will get desperate for funding as tech like the internet and digital money make it easier for citizens to protect their savings.
They suggest states may even create excuses to limit taxpayer mobility, such as a global pandemic.
Salty and Sweet
Bitcoin Maston Instance