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I'd be wary of certain news channels that only promote things in the interests of maintaining the status quo, for example the BBC and sky news here in the uk failed to report any mention of the global million mask march protest on Nov 5th, they seem to think if they dont report it then it isnt happening.
As for bitcoin every time it 'collapses' it comes back bigger
I wonder when we're going to see some real changes…I keep seeing stuff about 'economic collapse' and 'collapse of the dollar/pound/yen' but everything just seems to carry on 'as normal'.
I suspect if economies continue to decline the wealthiest will still continue to prosper at the expense of everyone else and most people will just accept their new hardships unaware of whats actually going on, or if they do they'll be powerless to make any fundamental changes to the corrupt power structures.
yes, the WTC7 issue has always bothered me !
my faith in bitcoin is waning slightly, I cant really see how it has any intrinsic value, as I understand it fiat currency has no intrinsic value either other than an agreement to pay with future labor….one of the subtle hurdles for bitcoin to overcome, as I see it, is the size of the denomination appears too big in relation to the dollar.
when people see 1 BTC=$200 it doesnt seem to add up if you will, if you had 0.001 BTC and called that a bitcoin it might seem easier for people to accept.
I still want bitcoin to be the revolution some are mooting it as though.
I was loving the value of my 4 bitcoins until yesterday afternoon…the old adage "too good to be true" sprang to mind, could it just be another hiccup or is it in danger of being hacked to death?
only time will tell i suppose.
I was going to ask the same question but thinking about it, I'm assuming he means downsizing and becoming more self-sufficient improves your quality of life….as in living closer to nature is more fullfilling than buying 3D tv's and other flashy rubbish that nobody really needs.
It would be nice if Mr Martenson could elaborate on this topic though and share some insights..
I havent had a look yet but this article from Max keiser has similar themes..
Gotta love Vincent Browne,
if anyone can shed some light on darbikrash's post please feel free to do so..
I would argue that usury based money is debt. Just saying Money is Debt leaves out the modifier before money that gives money it's conscious orientation within our world. Change the modifier and money will change along with it.
how do you mean the modifier before money ?