Bank of England concerned about El Salvador’s Bitcoin law: "How are we supposed to confiscate your Bitcoin the way we did Iranian Dollars or Venezuelan gold?"


You know the sad reality is that I'm only just partially joking about their reasons for "concern". Seriously, you have to admit that colonizers being "concerned" about the economic situation of those they oppressed, exploited and colonized for centuries is some truly shameless hypocrisy.

The Venezuela and Iran examples are just two in a loooooong line of examples of this type of economic dictatorship. You can either choose to buy into their fear campaign and give up on Crypto, or insist you are many steps ahead of the rest of the world and that these are just the effects of something revolutionary which you are in on. As far as I'm concerned the choice is entirely yours, now as far as they're "concerned", well, just let history speak for itself.

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Things are almost never as they seem. If you sincerely think that world powers would spend their money and resources in order to just "help" citizens from foreign nations, you might want to ask yourself why they've been neglecting and out right murdering their own citizens for decades. What are their true motives for wanting to fund foreign (terror) groups, start global confrontations and wars? I'll let you in on a little secret; It has NOTHING to do with "human rights" nor "democracy".

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