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  1. Re: Devastating overview of COVID-19 response, by Russell Blaylock

    Dr Lynn Flynn, on her Telegram channel Science Enlightenment Channel & Stuff, linked the above article by Dr Russell Blaylock, and commented:
  2. Devastating overview of COVID-19 response, by Russell Blaylock

    The esteemed Dr Russell Blaylock provides us with a devastating overview of our handling of COVID-19.

    His report is available online at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9062939/, and...
  3. Re: 2000mules.com - Ballot Stuffing Documentary

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    I suspect that this 2000 Mules report is a sort of Limited Hangout.

    Background:

    Besides all the usual propaganda, censorship, cover-ups and other crimes and mass psychosis surrounding the...
  4. Re: 2000mules.com - Ballot Stuffing Documentary

    Each single act of putting a few ballots in a box is not that serious a crime, especially in districts where such minor fraud is routinely overlooked by corrupt district attorneys, when it is...
  5. Re: The Qanon posts, and associated US political analysis

    Dinesh D'Souza is also streaming 2000 Mules on his locals website.

    The audio is fine - even a half deaf old man can listen easily :ROFL:

    https://dinesh.locals.com/?showPosts=1
  6. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Divisible units, such as in powers of ten, 1 Satoshi, 10 Satoshi, 100 Satoshi, ..., also enable hiding large transactions as multiple modest sized transactions, each sent to a different address,...
  7. Re: Dave LaPoint's Primer Fields (was: Bizarre Discovery at CERN... Plasma Energy changing the world!)

    David LaPoint has posted his first Youtube update in the last couple of years. He is making much progress on refining an efficient electrical power generator, using hydrogen and boron fusion.
    ...
  8. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    For those further interested in Russian currency and its role in the new, resource based, world monetary system that is replacing the Western financialized system of the last fifty years, here is an...
  9. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Whether or not its evil depends on whether or not the currency better protects the freedom and sovereignty of the individual, or better supports the surveillance and control of our Overlords.

    Like...
  10. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    This could be why Russia's linking of gold to their ruble currency did not cause the $US price of gold, or even the ruble price of gold, to rise quickly.

    Indeed, the Russian's quickly lowered the...
  11. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Yes - good list. I agree.





    Yes - two key questions:

    How is the value of one form of money determined, relative to another form, such as one national currency compared to another.
  12. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    This is not inevitable with foundation technologies.

    One of the fundamental successes of Unix/Linux/BSD/... was that the core permission model, for both files and processes, and their...
  13. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Here's some insightful comments from Andreas M. Antonopoulos, one of the most well-known and respected figures in bitcoin, on privacy importance and developments in Bitcoin:

    I agree with Andreas...
  14. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Currency "backing" is a means for a nation, or a banking oligarchy, to further encourage wide spread usage of their currencies. They are ways to entice, force, or gas light people and businesses to...
  15. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    My above proposal has another fundamental problem, common to all cryptocurrencies, and even to metal, oil, and/or debt backed bank or nation issued currencies: governance.

    We "trust" Satoshi...
  16. Re: Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Thanks for the well considered and informed reply, Forever.


    Privacy coins such as Monero mix each real transaction with a few (ten, in the case of Monero) other transactions, in such a way that...
  17. Design goals for a new world monetary system: Privacy respecting crypto and non-confiscatory lending

    Four key problems face us with our historical and current monetary systems:


    The debt-money systems of recent centuries don't forgive unpayable debt, but rather confiscate the collateral. This...
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    Unfortunately ... regarding my comment just above ... only some crypto experts can reliably determine whether a given crypto currency based system actually is robustly resistant to fraud, or from...
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    There should be no confiscatory debt, no collateral that can be confiscated if a debt is not repaid.

    Rather debt should be similar to time expiring stock, enabling the lender to be repaid based...
  20. Re: The Money Masters; Crises of war, plague and hunger; Total central real-time control of all money.

    The above linked article about the Khazarian Mafia is well worth a read.

    It is a just published, detailed history of the Khazarian Mafia through the ages, of their present operations, and of their...
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