A society built on endless war is only possible given the power to print endless money to finance it…
WAR ON POVERTY
The War on Poverty — the granddaddy of the United States’ poor spending habits.
58 years ago, former President Lyndon B. Johnson launched a war which would eat into people’s wealth all while trying to cure wealth inequality — a contradiction for the ages …
WAR ON DRUGS
The string of government initiatives beginning in the 1970s to end drug usage was the second of four periods of “war on the abstract” that the U.S. has engaged in over the last century …
WAR ON TERRORISM
Now we arrive at the main subject matter of this article, the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) much more popularly known as “the war on terror,” a term coined by then-President George W. Bush. It was meant to be a catch-all term for war against all terrorist groups (not just Al-Qaeda who claimed responsibility for the 9/11 attacks) which should have been the first signal that perhaps the United States was biting off more than it could chew …
WAR ON HEALTH
What do you do when there’s no war to be had? Health crisis, enter stage left.
This article is not going to argue the origins of COVID-19, that’s not what it’s here to do. We’re trying to draw the connections between the incentive structures of massive spending and those who aim to gain from it. And one thing is for certain — if you can’t engage in a foreign war, a crisis at home is the next best thing.
THE NEXT WAR
At the time of writing, the United States is threatening to take offensive action on Russia following their invasion of Ukraine. Meanwhile, we utter a collective sigh of “here we go again.” But remember why this article is being written, to explain the incentive structures involved in going to war, and why the United States is chomping at the bit to do so.
New war means new (money) printing, and the United States is on high alert to gaslight the American public into why this war is an outright necessity. Read More …
Opinion: Enter Bitcoin, a currency that has a finite size, will never be printed by governments, and will cease to be mined after the 21-million-coin limit – of which 90% has already been reached.
Is it any wonder then that governments hate bitcoin? US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen suggested an 80% bitcoin tax, while China banned it altogether.
It’s not advisable to fool with central bankers.
What bitcoin has done, however, is to pave the way for a central bank digital currency (CBDCs) which over 90 central banks are in the process of doing, and what I believe is what Joe Biden meant last week when he said that a new world order is out there.
A CBDC is all about power centralized in the hands of government. A CBDC will give the government the ability to track every transaction. A CBDC will be programable giving governments power to turn it on for citizens that obey and cancel it for those who don’t, which is why non-government coins will have to be prohibited.
A single trackable digital currency is the perfect prototype for the mark of Revelation 13:16-17.
Open wide, it tastes just like cherry.