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Joining Publish0x

By Poulin Politics | Poulin Politics | 4 Jun 2021


I have followed politics closely since I was in high school. The more I learned, the less I trusted government and the more I loved the principles of the United States: self governance, government established to protect rights, checks and balances, individual rights, and importantly property rights.

MySpace dissolved as I was in high school, so I took to Facebook. After a few years I missed MySpace, for all it's silliness and quirkiness it didn't force an opinion on you: who you friended is who you saw.

Facebook on the other hand moved towards using algorithms to determine what you saw. The invisible hand of the market that MySpace had and Facebook started with, became a pseudo government which picked and chose winning users and posts. To trend you had to toe the line. Which moved me towards Instagram, Twitter, Whattsapp, YouTube, etc. in college. Well, facebook bought most of those, while Twitter headed that pseudo government route itself, and YouTube was aquired by Google.

Soon, it wasn't just me not trusting existing government, but people saw nefarious behaviors amongst big tech pseudo governments. People stopped trusting it all. Government, big tech, money, anything centralized.

Recently things have worsened, so Parler, MeWe, Rumble, WimKin, Gab, etc. have sprung up.

Cryotos have become major world currencies.

Browsers and search engines focused on Privacy like Firefox, DuckDuckGo, Tor, and Brave have arrived.

Distrust of government and big tech brought me to altetnative social media, cryptos (such as Basic Attention Token), Brave, and now Publish0x.

COVID, lockdowns, and coordination between government and big tech psuedo governments is pushing more people our way: towards independence, towards decentralization, towards voluntarism.

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Treatments that are not approved? Potentially dangerous. Experimental mRNA therapy marketed as "vaccines" which are also not approved, but are simply granted "emergency authorization"? Safe, reliable, and monitored.

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Governments are scrambling to regulate more: to better control exactly what we put in our bodies, to better control exactly how we invest, to better control exactly what currencies we may use, to better control exactly what we may barter with, to better control exactly what we put in our bodies, to better control exactly what insurance and products we must buy. Meanwhile more people yearn for liberty.

Still, even those new to liberty and independence are flailing. Elon, tweets, crypto values drop, the newly initiated panic sell at a loss.

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He is one man, he can effect value greatly: if you let him.

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If you don't let him effect value greatly, then he cannot. More Government regulation is not required. More personal discipline is required. When someone calls something a failure, whether it is Elon, a major banking institution, or a 401k/IRA fund, let it drop and then buy it up cheap while it is undervalued.

Encourage more giants to do the same.

Tag WalMart and Target: tell them to accept Bitcoin, Algorand, Litecoin, Basic Attention Token, Compound, Dogecoin, or whatever cyrpto.

Tag distributors and logistics companies like FedEx, UPS, and Pit Ohio: tell them the same.

Tag suppliers of goods: tell them the same.

Tag retirement funds: tell them the same.

Tag healthcare giants: tell them the same.

They will crap on the cryptos they intend to buy into. Wait for them to signal that in interviews. Wait for the dip, then buy in while they buy in.

 

Diversify: have a little of a lot of cryptos. Have physical investments other than cryptos: land, gold, silver, and copper even. Learn to play those games. Do not, do not demand more regulations for anything especially cryptos.

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Poulin Politics
Poulin Politics

I'd like for people to govern their own lives, I'd like for local government to be less dependent on the Federal government, I'd like for Federal government to uphold the Constitution. A division of A Poulin Pursuit LLC


Poulin Politics
Poulin Politics

I'd like for people to govern their own lives, I'd like for local government to be less dependent on the Federal government, I'd like for Federal government to uphold the Constitution. A division of A Poulin Pursuit LLC

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