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  1. How is it that the relatively small crypto-token market, principally engaged in trying to “do cool things” is scorned by most of the bank-owned media, while a quadrillion-dollar derivatives market dangling over the planet’s neck like the Sword of Damocles doesn’t even blip the needle on the “Terr-O-Meter”? What makes central banks so leery of privately-held crypto-tokens, each variety capped at a specific lifetime supply, that they strive to severely curtail their use or outlaw them entirely?

    Anyone familiar with fractional reserve banking and compound interest already knows the answer- cryptos are open source, egalitarian, and self-sustaining, and governments typically are not. Digital tokens are often branded Ponzi schemes, the biggest such scheme is run by the Federal Reserve, Bank of International Settlements, and the IMF. We’re talking fiat, and the main problem is there is literally no end to it– every single “coin” is uncapped. Each one statistically doomed to be plagued by inflation, suffocating indebtedness, and eventually, destructive implosion. Apparently, the owners of the world prefer it this way. Because it means more power and wealth for them, and less for you. Enough to bash, sanction, and bomb anyone who tries to horn in on what they see as their exclusive turf. (Hopefully certain trigger-happy nations aren’t plotting the latter in retaliation for the recent gold-backed Yuan announcement).

    The Fed has had over a century to run their little mass impoverishment experiment- maybe it’s time to call it quits and try something else? Whether it’s digital tokens, gold-backed yuan, or tally sticks, anything would be better than what we have today. The greatest fear of the .001% is we will wake up and decide we don’t need them anymore.

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