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— Dennis (@Xentagz) 29 January 2017
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By by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com
[Editors Note: Eventually bond markets will overpower central management of interest rates through QE,but if governments are to kick the can and try to keep interest rates low, the amount of currency creation needed by governments to offset a sell off in global bond markets will become more and more colossal; a bullish scenario for Silver,Gold and Bitcoin]
“The other meaningful number is 6.620. That’s the average interest rate the US government paid on its various debts in 2000, the year before the great monetary experiment of QE, ZIRP and all the rest began. When talking heads at the Fed and elsewhere refer to “normalizing” interest rates they’re proposing a return to this 6% average rate.
Run the numbers on today’s obligations and you get, well, let’s see:
$20 trillion x 6% = $1.2 trillion a year in interest expense. To put that in perspective…
By Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert maxkeiser.com
We present our own dodgy dossier handed to them on social media and it shows central banks were forced into enabling the destruction of the global economy and financial system. In the second half, Max interviews venture capitalist, Brock Pierce of Blockchain Capital about crypto in the age of Trump.
Read more at http://www.maxkeiser.com
By Tuur Demeester Via nasdaq.com
By Renegade Investor
— Ansel Lindner (@AnselLindner) 18 January 2017
Always have a wide range of resources where you get your Bitcoin information & analysis from. Mainstream Media & establishment figures often have a symbiotic relationship with the legacy financial & political systems, which Bitcoin directly competes with.
And Remember, especially with regards to the latest PBOC rhetoric, ‘All the forces in the world are not so powerful as an idea who’s time has come’
[Editors Note: Below is an excellent Infographic which gives a great overview of the escalating global war on physical cash.
In my opinion the war on cash is totalitarianism dressed up as a moral crusade. If governments genuinely cared about drug money laundering, terrorism funding and money laundering they would:
(Point 2 is why people believe that Bitcoin in the long run could actually end large scale military conflicts)
Whilst I dont like fiat currency, the risk of removing the physical aspect of currency and making it purely digital risks dangerously centralising control of global currency with Banks and Governments which will no doubt overtime, turn into a draconian knightmare in light of the ongoing global financial crisis.
As well as yet another fundamental reason to invest, Bitcoin offers people a way to escape the war on cash, this move towards totalitarianism and a way to enable a decentralised financial system which upholds Sound money, liberty, freedom and Volutaryism as core principles.
Whilst I dont condone any illegal use of Bitcoin as described above, as a society I believe we need to address the core reasons for these certain nefarious uses of cash, rather than thinking a ban on cash is going to resolve these problems]
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