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Have you wondered what exactly people mean when they refer to the much-vaunted 4th Industrial Revolution? This author became suspicious of the idea of a fourth revolution the day a dear acquaintance used the term when trying to convince me (yet again) what a paranoid conspiracy theorist I am. A salesman with no interest in science, technology or engineering, celebrates, nay, educates an engineer, on the “fourth industrial revolution”? Something is wrong…

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Monsanto, for those of us who don’t care about such things, is the world’s largest agrochemical company. Was. They have been bought out by Bayer, a German chemical giant, in a surprising move. Why surprising? Because Monsanto is under fire for billions, possibly trillions of dollars in liability claims. Yet, Bayer bought Monsanto, problems and all. What makes this even more surprising, is that Monsanto was well on its way to fulfil their dream: owning the world’s food supply. Or, to put it in their words: “End world hunger and feed the world.” If that sentence sounds like it says the same thing twice, we forgive you. It takes a certain world-weary cynicism to see the two very different philosophies in that statement.

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  1. A robot may not, by action or inaction, cause harm to a human.
  2. A robot shall obey orders from a human, except where in conflict with Rule 1.
  3. A robot shall protect itself from harm, provided it does not conflict with Rule 1 or 2.

What is a robot? The term is from a Czech slang term for a slave worker. Isaac Asimov originally used it to describe a machine with human-like qualities. The modern term denotes any machine with a degree of autonomy, with no specification as to that degree. Even a subroutine on your phone, keeping a look-out for supermarket specials, is acceptably called a bargain-hunting ‘bot, or similar. For our purposes here, and everywhere else, may we propose the following definition of a robot:

Any system that collects inputs, and delivers pre-determined outputs, according to a predetermined set of instructions, acting with a degree of autonomy, qualifies under the description of ‘robot’.

This includes your bank!

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The Holy Profits of Mammon, with 20-20 vision in hindsight.

Political science serves the same purpose as economics; finding elaborate reasons to prove that last week’s accident was actually an inevitable consequence of well-understood processes which must be fixed by legislation and regulation. The rest of their time is spent building reasons and theories and excuses for next week’s accident. They also plan the entire PR side of all such accidents, well beforehand, which is why their stories are always so repetitive; they think we never learn from their mistakes.

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The Paranoid Goy presents to you the ‘reasoning’ behind carbon taxes, as explained by some …entity important enough to be quoted as The Authority on Wikipedia. It may amuse the reader to research the solutions originally proposed back in the ‘seventies, when the problem of industrial pollution started to attract formal scientific attention. We talked about filters, and chimney scrubbers, which “scrubbed” the smoke of poisons before it left the chimney. We designed elaborate but permanent solutions to contain the pollution we release into the environment. Designers were building garden ponds for factories, where biological processes were supposed to precondition waste water before release, engineers were competing to make the biggest, cheapest, most compact filters humanly possible. This would put the cost on the polluter directly, and this is where it died.

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14 April 2017, some fellow calling himself a linguistic predictor has published a theory based on keywords du jour, or at least recent events. He sees gold and silver mentioned a lot, and this sure is true. He also mentions the bond market. He professes ignorance of economics, but insists the bond market will soon do something of great impact, fail or succeed, but in a spectacularly significant sort of way. I tend to agree...

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It was in the seventies when we were liberated from the shackles of gross political ignorance and economic idiocy. It must have been the sudden availability of those new-fangled computer things, or maybe it was the bright new ideas thought up by bright new Wall Street Wiz Kids, but one thing was certain; the Man in the Street has to take a hand in dismantling the oppressive socialist regime that is Big Government. By 1980 we all understood the problem(s):

 Your government is too stupid to make a profit.

Government has no business in Business.

Politicians are corrupt and cannot be trusted with our money.

The theory is that, instead of the state using taxes to provide public services, the same services could be delivered more efficiently and at a profit by educated businessmen. Thus, instead of the wasteful public servant running the service at base level efficiency, a private contractor will supply a better service more economically.

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 Most filmgoers are by now familiar with the concept of robotic ethics. From robotic policemen going rogue to futuristic mega machines that hunt humanity down, until one of them ‘evolves’ enough to grow a conscience or something. 

  1. A robot shall not harm a human, nor through inaction allow a human to come to harm
  2. A robot shall execute all commands by a human, unless it conflicts with Rule 1
  3. A robot shall protect its own integrity, unless this is in conflict with Rule 1 or 2

 The first response to this is, of course, that we never had, and never will, have robots like the ones Asimov describes; or do we?  Technology certainly followed a different path than what we thought would happen a hundred years ago. When your newest technology is steam, and you have imagination, and you understand enough science, of course you will dream of flying a locomotive to the moon, we just have to invent the right steam, no?

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The Paranoid Goy tries hard to be unbiased and non-discriminatory in his approach to others, the Body Politic, as it were. We are ethics-bound to accept the existence of politicians, preachers and banksters alike. There are, however, limits to Freedom, before it becomes Liberty. “Taking Liberties” has never been a good strategy for building a society. Look at the decrepitude of the old Soviet Union, the post-colonial decay of the Marxist African Republics, look at America’s heavy industry, the so-called Iron Belt, that is now called the Rust Belt, where tens of thousands die of overdoses, gang violence and sheer neglect, every year. That is what Liberty brings you. Now the Libertarians are proclaiming their right to prostitute small children. Thank the gods for the War On Paedophilia!

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 Many theories abound as to who, why and how the Twin Towers were destroyed. First, let us deal with the most-believed ones:

 Muslims hijacked four passenger jets, two of which crashed into the World Trade Centre, one crashed into the Pentagon, and one was re-hijacked by non-American passengers (probably not Montessori educated), and collectively the passengers voted to rather crash themselves into the ground than try land somewhere (which can only be expected from Montessori products).

 Firstly, there is not one single scrap of aeroplane debris at any of the sites, no matter how many electric generator engines, air-conditioning ducts or aluminium facings you parade before soft-focus news cameras. There were no planes, and a casual inspection of the “official” footage proves it to anyone who knows that things do not explode before they get hit with something explosive. Passenger jets are also very much not explosive.

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Protocol 20.3 "Our rule, in which the king will enjoy the legal fiction that everything in his State belongs to him..."

There are many who await the next stock market crash with much glee and a certain sadistic impatience. The idea seems to be that, with the entire banking system in bankruptcy, the financial system in total collapse, and currencies worthless, there will be a “Market Reset”, where all debt will be scrapped, the dollar relegated to history, and we will inherit a brave new virtual currency. “After all”, the argument goes, “money won’t even exists as we know it now.” The BitCoin crowd is especially upbeat about walking away as the new class of empowered capitalists. We shall not discuss BitCoin here any more than mentioning that it is not officially sanctioned or institutionally recognised money. While every supporter tries to believe it is a “store of value” or a “trade token” or a “non-correlated asset”, the FED is trying their damnest to usurp and modify the technology sufficiently to be used as a fiat currency. In the meantime, ‘institutional investors’ have started including cryptocurrencies in their investment portfolios. Investing your pension in ethereal tokens of equivalency might seem like a daft idea, but that is rock-solid investment philosophy compared to the real darling of the stock market: Derivatives.

A financial derivative would have been described as a type of pyramid scheme just a very few years ago. Ever since the first derivatives were legalised by giving Hillary Clinton an ‘in’ into the “pork belly derivatives market” so her hubby can sign the practice into legality, this ‘financial vehicle’ has grown in proportions hard to imagine. It is said that Greece was bankrupted for the benefit of less than 300 million Euros, but the derivatives hanging off that debt, amounted to up to seven trillion Euros. Greece was sacrificed and sold off piecemeal, so greedy nerds in banks all over Europe did not have to make good on really big, really silly bets they made with other people’s money. Max Keiser is touring the world telling people this was outright, and I quote him: “Financial Terrorism by George Soros and his friends.” A derivative is nothing but a contractual bet between two greedy millionaires, who have the means and legal sanction to sell that bet on to some unsuspecting ‘investor’ as an actual investment. This is a silly game for silly buggers, and it would have been funny, had it not been for one little thing:

The derivatives “market” is now “worth” more than all the gold that has ever been mined, or is likely to ever be found on earth. Ever will exist. Derivatives are fraudulent promises of wealth that cannot ever exist, and the debt accrued around this con-job, add up to more than all the money, all the debt, all the minerals, all the real estate, and all the stocks and bonds in the world put together, derivatives exceed that value by a factor of at least four. This means, a small group of people have written gambling contracts to the value of four earths, and then they swopped that fictitious wealth for actual pensions and hedge funds and government bonds, the whole world’s wealth is now promised, four times over, to the one account that will be collecting that debt, and very soon, if the economists are to be believed. This is the reason some believe the system will just crash irrevocably, to be replaced by a new and equitable system of fiscal governance. As with all fake news, it is difficult to figure whether this fable is being planted in our consciousness, or are we listening to the complete ignorance of people paid to look clever on my television?

 Instead of a market crash leading to some kind paradigmatic reset or universal debt forgiveness, we can expect quite the opposite: every cent of fictitious value that has been created on paper, will become payable, and immediately. That will be the day the judgement, of the Apocalypse. This will be the day the Great Seal is broken, and the Great Book is opened, and when those appointed have finished balancing the books, we shall all find ourselves equally stripped and laid bare of the burden of possessions, because it will all belong to the guys that created that wonderful financial instrument called a Market Derivative. …and they are operating on borrowed money… Our pensions!

As to how the market will crash, is still not publically known, by working class people, the ones called the public, the ones whose money is about to disappear. It is known, though, to those laying the groundwork for the next crash. How do we know this? As with all real news, it lies behind the waxy smiles and condescending redefinitions. The truth hides in their patronising off-the-cuff rebuffs to our questions, the real clues are there for all to see in the self-satisfied smirks on your TV, when the exalted masters of our universe deign to speak at the plebs behind the camera lens.

You know you are hearing the truth, when they each say something slightly different "on your level, as well the less educated" as they like to smirk. You know the truth by the omissions they all commit, the things not one will say out loud. You have to hear the silence for yourself, but let me report for you on what it is they are saying:

"The next financial crisis will be worse than ever before." and "There is nothing anyone will be able to do, because everyone will be unprepared." and "The next crisis will happen in a way that has never happened before, could never happen before." That is probably a clue to some role of technology? What was impossible or unavailable the last time they crashed the market? Ponder on that, but be quick, the chairman of JPMorgan tells us the economy is a motor car driving at a wall, his CEO tells us the current system was built for a reason and is forever. He also has no idea how that trickle-down stuff is supposed to work, snigger smile wink-wink. He does agree though, that the next crash will be bigger and stranger and more unpreventable than ever before, because, and I quote "No-one will have seen anything like it before, there is no way to prepare for it, everybody will be exposed this time."

So, there you have your update, the crash is coming, you will not only lose everything, you will have to pay part of my Federal debt (and I yours) via new taxes, and the Fed will own our collective ass. The pieces are moving, moved by those who get to move us like pieces, and they are moving all the world's money onto one big heap, so their king can claim the world as his property, to the glory of their g-d, which apparently hates any God you or I or anyone but Them believe in. The exact role of the Satanists are not perfectly clear yet, so far we have no more evidence than their supplying children for the Confidence-lacking Investor's sex parties. With children. And ministers of Police and priests and judges... and children.

The latest educational paradigm says we have to teach the children that "...prostitution is a valid career choice."

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 The entire world is being impoverished by a fictitious game, the rules of which we are not supposed to learn. The pre-declared winners are a very few, extremely rich men that owns the world. There is now so little "money left" that millions are starving to death, rotting away from easily cured ills, selling their children into debt slavery  and/or prostitution so they may have a chance at a place in the new world order. It can stop. Today. The answer is easy, stop selling money.

Money is not a commodity. Iron is a commodity. Land is a resource, water is a resource, infrastructure is a resource, sugar is a commodity;


Imagine if you will an island where there grows but one tree, the nail-thorned hutwood tree.

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The Paranoid Goy sometimes allows himself the amusement of stranger political theories. Remember 911, and all the evil numerological codes discovered to expose the demonic symbolism? Understand me nicely; I don’t believe in too many strange things, but I also understand that, for those who believe, faith is everything, and we are the heathen fools. That every disaster after 911 has its numerology repeat the 911 motif, without fail, seems a bit stretched. However, one must also realise that, somewhere, there is at least one person who deeply believes in things like magic numbers and drinking babies’ blood. Now imagine dozens, hundreds, thousands of these people gather in secret meetings, where they discuss economics, and school budgets, and the justice system. Now imagine they attain actual influence and power, these people who say they, and only they, hold the secrets of the magical numbers. It is said Ronald Reagan would not get out of bed without his fortune-teller’s guidance…

The evidence is plentiful and publicly available, that just such a group of people are in control of the mightiest organisation on earth: the Federal Reserve Bank, a private concern incorporated in Puerto Rico, where Financial Services businesses do not pay any taxes. The entire world has made themselves subservient to the mighty dollar, and nearly every single war since 1913 has been at the behest of, and for the profit of, the Reserve Bank and its major shareholders. It is not America murdering children in their beds in Syria, it is the Federal Reserve impressing upon the “revisionist regime of the animal Assad” the folly of selling oil by himself, for any currency but the dollar. You do not cross the FED. But surely, some mighty men must have tried? Yeah, there has been a few, Hitler, Mussolini, Hussein, Gadhafi, but they tended to die horribly, assassination, poisoning and bankruptcy seemingly the weapons of choice. Then, suddenly, it gets weird: I know this does not count as legitimate research; as a matter of fact, I went looking for facts to fit my theory. Here is a short list, in no particular order (hee hee) of mighty enemies the FED made over the years, and how they died. See if you can spot the same pattern as the one that so amused the Paranoid Goy on a rainy morning:

George Washington. He started the US Treasury, and as president he appointed Hamilton. He was unhappy with Hamilton’s obsession with privatised central banking, and worked to preserve congressional privilege. By all accounts, his death was hurried along by ritual bloodletting beyond reason.

Thomas Jefferson hated banksters, and he prophesied: “…first by inflation…deflation… will deprive the people of their property….their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered…” He died uncomfortably in his eighties, much maligned and slandered by his detractors.

Abraham Lincoln understood money well enough, and ordered the issue of Greenbacks, government-sponsored money that carries no debt obligation to the banksters. Famously executed in public.

Andrew Jackson. Famous for calling the banksters “…a pit of vipers… by God I’ll root you out.” He died in his eighties, but he was shot so regularly, some suggest it was lead poisoning what done him in. The historians of the FED insist it was tuberculosis.

Ulysses Grant. Often depicted as a Civil War criminal, he ‘idly sat by’ during a number of financial disasters that bankrupted a number of banksters. No bank bail-outs from Grant. They tried bankrupting him in turn, but he left behind a successful memoir that allowed his widow a good living.

Benjamin Franklin died an old man, beloved by everybody except the banksters. A proponent of land-backed state script money, he cut out the bankster middlemen, and insisted on monetary independence. He delayed the formation of the FED by many decades.

The most famous president, outside the US, of course, would be John F. Kennedy. He is not on this list. He hated the Fed, issued congressional money (Greenbacks) and was a major threat, and got killed brutally.

Now, just for fun, let’s look at the pictures on US banknotes:

Washington = $1
Jefferson = $2
Lincoln = $5
Jackson = $20
Grant = $50
Franklin = $100

As you can see, there are some famous names, but from outside America, only Washington, Franklin and Lincoln (in that order?) are considered famous, while Teddy Roosevelt, a timeframe-relevant banker’s puppet, is conspicuously absent, from outside. Kennedy is not on the list. There are, however, fairly unknown people that belong on this list, sort of:

 Alexander Hamilton, the man who first managed to form a FED, then called the First Bank of America. His 20-year charter was allowed to expire, setting the banksters back by years.  He did, during the quiet holidays of Christmas 1913, "birth" the Fed, you don't get more blessed than that, and his public history has been scrubbed virginally clean. His noble efforts in the service of Mammon was rewarded by putting his picture on the $10 bill.

Woodrow Wilson signed the FED into life while nobody was looking. He later apologised for his role in this mess, but his picture can be found on a hundred-thousand federal note. That is $100 000 !

Grover Cleveland allowed a ‘panic’ that gobbled up working class ‘investments’ by allowing banking ‘reforms’. He is honoured with the 1 000 dollar bill.

And governor Salmon Chase? Well, he ran for president while running the impeachment of president Jackson, the man who tried to “root the vipers out”. Chase’s face can be found on the ten-grand bill.

Of these, Woodrow Wilson is known, but only for the atrocities of WW1, which was wholly a Crown/FED commercial enterprise. It must have proven exceedingly profitable, justifying a hundred-grand portrait for the guy who made it possible for the FED to take part in the looting of Europe.

Now, why would the FED put the faces of their enemies on their own holy documents, namely low-denomination bank notes? Certainly there is significance in the one single discrepancy on this scale: Hamilton, the biggest hero the FED ever had, has not the highest currency, but just a lowly, perfect ten.

The only other discrepecy is Kennedy. Every busybody ever offed in the service of the Fed, had his head on public display, but not Kennedy, ergo: They did not off Kennedy. To be sure, when the public demanded Kennedy be so "homoured", the treasury stopped using new faces, as they sometimes did on commemorative series notes, most often the $50.

I know only one kind of mind that would even consider this whole joke appropriate, and they attend gatherings where people wear certain things while they do certain things with the understanding that this will give them power over certain things. Some call this conspiracy, freemasonry, satanism, or just childishly venal greed. The Paranoid Goy is already too freaked out to ask further, maybe they will overlook me if I just go my way.

But it is funny how obsessed our ‘leaders’ are with dark symbolism, isn’t it? Take note how much effort is put into making symbols visible on otherwise innocuous press release photos, and it is happening more and more obviously, the bolder they get? In this context, please note how the War on Paedophilia has kicked off with learned announcements assuring us that  men think of sex with children on a regular basis. Hollywood has joined in the fun, with cartoon characters and dramatic heroes engaging in increasingly blatant displays of stylised child pornography.

Symbols do have power, even if it just serves as a rallying signal for the deranged, and when you see symbolism in the places of power, it is because those who rally around those symbols have infested the places of power. Symbols allow them to tell you something, while all those who understands the symbols, work at doing quite something else behind your back, legitimised in their mind by “but we told you this, the signs were right there for you to see…” Never trust anyone that speaks in incomprehensible whispers, they live in another reality, and there, you and I are just warm prey.

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There seems to be two main fronts of attack on the utopian and naïve hankering after financial hope in the form of a solid-sounding basis for talking about money. “Gold standard”. Gold Standard. GOLD Standard. GOLD STANDARD. That’s something to BELIEVE IN. That’s something that will make a CHANGE. 

 I distrust this new love for bling-based bucks… 

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The ‘Digital Cash’ phenomenon has neatly divided the world into three groups, the largest of which has no idea what on earth is going on with this Bitcoin business, is it too early to get, is it too late, could I have had Ferrari if I listen when Mike tried to convince me to ‘invest’ my pension like he did.

The second group, of course, are the ones who did ‘invest’, and are now multi-many moneys. Good for them. The third group will be the miners, the ones who invested in technology to play the numbers game. They are now threatened by the principal of diminishing returns: the fractional coin earned per transaction and the energy and hardware cost of processing that fraction, becomes uneconomical. There are virtually no new players, although small-time (crooked) players are using unused time on idle computers to mine tiny fractions, which are then hijacked without the computer owner even knowing they are miners.

There is a fourth group that still wonders when the large, soft, squishy orange fruit will connect with the blades of the gigantic turbine that is the International Bankster club. You see, not only are these bitcoiners trying to use money without borrowing it at interest, they think they can do this without banking fees! Do you know who else tried that? Gadhafi, Hussein, Assad, Hitler. Yamamoto had his entire High Command waiting on a flight deck ship in the Pacific, ready to sign the surrender as negotiated with the Americans. …then Hiroshima happened, then Nagasaki. Where exactly did those two bombs fall? That’s right, on the banking district and financial headquarters of Japan. Not army bases, or airfields, no, banks.

Do you still feel like participating in a scheme where you can buy things all over without paying banking fees, duties, taxes, bank charges, excise duties, finance charges, insurance fees, credit charges, exchange rate differentials… Do you really think you want to shove the finger to an industry that killed Muhammar Gadhafi because he announced his willingness to sell oil for gold or any other useful currencies? You still think Saddam Hussein had such big cannons? He was trying to convince Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries to join the growing group of countries signing up for a Dollar-independent economy. Alsooo...they were not going to ‘automatically’ renew oil licenses, everything was to be put on auction. This club included, at the time, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libia, Tunisia and Egypt. Does this list of countries look familiar? Today, March 20 2018, what is going on in all those countries? The only reason America has not attacked Iran yet, is that Iran might have nuclear weapons, but this time no-one is going to slip up and give it to the Yanks, thank goodness and send a prayer, but the Yanks are not giving up. Turn on CNN right now, if it takes more than 20 minutes to insult or threaten Iran, let me know and I’ll send you a million.

Okay, so let us not talk about war. Let us say that, tomorrow, JP Morgan wakes up with a smile and announces we are allowed free and unfettered use of Bitcoin. In South Africa, you have to pay provisional taxes on Capital Gains every six months. Do you realise what that means in back taxes? All those transactions you made with your virtual currencies; did you declare them at the border, paid your taxes and duties? Even if just from a Joe Soap Taxpayer point of view that knows nuthin’ of finance, where are my taxes? We could be ‘building schools’. My kid goes to the shop to buy soda and sweets, and she pays 15% tax, right there and then, where are those hundreds of billions of Bitcoin Billionaire profits…and the income and capital gains taxes from that? Hmmm? You think no-one is going to come after that?

Of course, the player most upset by this Bitcoin nonsense, is The Bank. The only solution for this potentially murderous and catastrophic bank-disinterventionism, would be for The Bank to take over the game. They can buy it all up, but only after they have crashed it to worthlessness; The Bank did not become The Bank by buying dear. Remember what happened on the London Exchange the day Waterloo ended? Some say that was The Bank’s first success at taking over World Finances, which they still administer through The IMF, the World Bank, World Wildlife Fund… what? Yeah, they are big, they are clever, and they have Resources; At the 2017 Davos Summit, the question of Bitcoin was first ‘taken seriously by the establishment.’ Not my words. The result was that a think-tank was to be set up to ponder the question. After all, Davos is merely a presentation of Words To Use In Front Of The Public. Our second-tier leaders get together for a moerse party and presentations by ‘experts’ and ‘business leaders’ and Hollywood starlets and whomever is trusted to deliver keywords and indoctrinatory concepts to be implemented by our governments as ‘progress’. Sustainability. Non-correlated Assets. Economic Growth. Population Control. De-radicalisation of the Conversation.

Investigating the Crypto-phenomena and how best to respond, was the task given to the Think-Tank. They have already come back with some threatening suggestions, but closing the scheme down is not forthcoming. We know they have the legal means to legislate it out of the economy. We know they have the technical ability to trace every single coin, every single transaction, to every single user, EVER. That was the only promise Bitcoin originally made: Perfect Traceability. The anonymity and privacy nonsense that was later claimed, turned out to be apps and e-wallets infected with IMF viruses. That was the first recommendation of the think-tank: infesting all wallets to enable better tracking. But still, unless you have millions to steal, hundreds of millions, they seem to leave you alone. There can be only one reason they are not clamping down yet:

Elsewhere on this website we have a rant at the very many ways that cryptocurrency is a potentially disastrous model for stealing entire pension funds from right across the globe. Every day there is a ‘debate’ on the news about cryptocurrencies. Is it money, tokens, a ‘store of value’ or a currency? So far, institutional investors has steered clear of the obvious legal hurdles in spending our pensions on ethereal assets. They have, however, recently been given precedent by a JP Morgan shill investing, with the excuse that, because the price is independent of the stock market, bond market or any other market, it is a good hedge, a risk distributor, an Uncorrelated Asset. Now, the pension funds will start flowing. The day it crashes, well… bye-bye pensions. Everybody’s pensions! The most important thing to remember about a pyramid scheme is that, when it folds, the Public Prosecutor demands everybody gives back every red cent they got out, disregarding anything you paid to join, back into the pot, and after all fines and fees and finance charges are deducted, everyone gets a share of the seven bucks left, shared amongst a couple of how many people?

I see in Bitcoin, unless it is closed down immediately, the ‘financial Vehicle’ with which They are going to mop up the dregs of middle-class wealth: the meagre pensions already eroded by finance charges, inflation, currency devaluation, medical costs and new taxes. They have already spent a more-than-excusable part our future on Futures, a market where people trade in fictitious profits that they swear will appear in the future. Their next coup was creating the Derivatives Market, a scam where those with the ‘right’ to create these ‘financial vehicles’ make some stupid bet, draw up a contract, then sell shares in the future profits of the bet. If this is not enough, they convince people that this is an asset that can show growth! You can bet on the exact date of the extinction of a species of grasshopper in the Amazon. The economists did a splendid job of convincing fund managers and government regulators that these are the things our pensions have to be ‘invested’ in. So, already there is no real value left to the poor and middle classes, and what’s left in our hand, for that little we are looking for that One Thing that will save what’s left of the life we thought we are building before the ‘Financial Crisis’. We are going to be encouraged to ‘invest’ in Bitcoin for a short while still; there’s still way too much money under the collective mattress, and it all needs to belong to the One King.

So, to sum up, I will partake in cryptocurrency only after is has been okay’d by the people who feel happy shooting little kiddies using machine gun bullets made of radioactive scrap metal, just because it is so expensive to responsibly throw away depleted Uranium. The same people who did not know what to do with the highly corrosive fluoride wastes of their mega-industries, so they told us it’s good for our teeth and now we throw it into our own drinking water, willingly, begging for it… the Nazis used fluoride in the water to keep their inmates calm and subdued, you know? And it is very bad for the bones, teeth, brain, kidneys, liver, pancreas, lymph nodes, arteries, heart…

Update November 2018:

A Crypto-currency Futures Market has been set up. In other words, someone has been given legal sanction to provide us with a betting platform onto which we can dump real money in exchange for a virtual promise of artificial profits. The market is not open to you and me yet, and I quote "the contracts are still out of range for the average investor". In real terms, this means they are busy building up a "history of performance for the asset". They are putting a price on a non-existent asset, then they sell it amongst each other for a year or so, then they will "allow" a few million worth to escape into smaller funds, where they wil be allowed to "appreciate', become more expensive, and in about three years' time, you will be able to dump all your hard-earned money onto your own broker's lap, and he will go buy you those marvelously profitable crypto-based equities. Note that you wil not actually own any Bitcoin, you are not invested in Bitcoin, you are partaking in a massive institutionalised bet on the movement of the price of a non-existent asset.

Good-bye to the last public and private wealth still left outside the JPMorgan/FED mafia bankster system!

Update August 2019.

The FED has sent "tens of thousands" of warning letters to Bitcoiners, regarding the little issue of outstanding taxes. On what is essentially play money... In the meantime, Mark the Suckerbug has been dipping his hand in cryptocurrency, as has some other large pools of money, but the FED is adamant about owning that One Coin. While and whereas the grandscale theft of public moneys continue unabated, the 'Fracking Revolution" is sure to give birth to a digital derivative soon. There goes your great-grandchild's birthright.

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That  was said, way back in the 1940's, by one of the overlord Rothschilds. Any politician that does not know of this utterance, that does not understand the implications of this, or chooses to do anything but devote his time to counter this threat, is just another venal misanthropist pig at the trough of public funds.  If you do not quite understand why I am so upset about bankers, fake money and magically created public debt, please, please start reading about politics from people who do not demand respect. You will quickly learn that the respectable people have formed very respectable clubs, with respectable public mandates. You and I are paying for all their programs and initiatives, and our money has long run out, and we are now living on credit, and mortgages, and loans, and borrowing till payday. Go, read, learn, and when you are really tired and angry with what you have found out, then is the time to start educating yourself, and your kids, and friends, and then go out and stand for local councillor, or at least stop giving them more money.