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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Has that ever stopped anyone from trying? These globalist scums are not Gods, they're humans, maybe lizards or aliens, either way they simply don't posses the power to control every single computer chip ever created in the world.

They simply can't stop crypto, only thing they can do is to hoard then dump causing artificial volatility at their own loss then cry in fake news media, begging people to come crawling back to their shithole currency.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's the best way to make a dumb person understand, something they could relate to. Hypothetically similar situations are complicated as they are, easy for the listener to reject due to some technicality which causes them to completely miss the point.

It's the only way tho when the person doesn't understand what you're talking about. Like talking to a kid.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +2 / -1

This is like you trying to sell your house

The buyer offers a similar house in exchange plus a few additional items, pure bartering and a fair deal.

You say no, because you want cash and you want to pay that 40% capital gains tax because you love your government so much

Your bank fucks you over and confiscate your money

Now you have no house and no money, and for this you blame the house,

You put the house on fire and proceeds going around bragging about how smart you are.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not the one disrespecting you.

You put yourself in this mess by accepting dependency. Go ahead and say what you attempted to say, it's not offensive, it's the truth. I did a lot to avoid getting fucked, but it might not be enough. Only time will tell.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Then you're fucked either way because everything in modern society relies on internet connectivity to centralized services. At least cryptocurrency is peer-to-peer, it'll find it's way through the WAN's even during a outage.

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FetAnka 2 points ago +2 / -0

KYC is required by governments to deal with fiat currency. So if you want to skip KYC just skip involving fiat currency in your transaction and stick to native crypto payments. Same with ATM cards, it's centralized infrastructure, part of the banking system and no way you're gonna evade KYC.

This is like in UK early 1900 where cars could move no faster than 5mph and there had to be a guy walking in front waving a big red flag. Is that the cars fault? fuck no, blame the government who made those retarded rules.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not logic, that's retarded. Like thinking the government could somehow remotely control a piece of gun you've assembled by yourself. The only thing they control is your mind through endless propaganda and fear.

These people are not Gods, they're just rich people who owns the media and knows exactly how to dumb you down enough to not ask questions or learn about the stuff they literally can't control.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

It goes up and it goes down, meanwhile the dollar only goes down. All volatility is artificially created to keep you scared enough to hold on to your soon to be worthless Biden bucks.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are you arguing wittingly or unwittingly against transacting with pieces of paper? Or silver. Gold. Bullets. Meat...

Nope, the day shit hit's the fan that might be the only option. Today however they'd just laugh at you if you show up with cash, gold or silver can easily be fake, bullets and meat have no value in libtard cities. Perhaps the local farmers market will accept bullets but that's it.

Here in cashless hell, crypto is the only thing that makes sense as scummy banks is the only digital alternative. If you gonna pass a no go zone at night why walk through with your pants down while shouting you have "nothing to hide"? Shut up, dress in black and carry a gun and chances are way lower that someone tries to fuck you over.

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FetAnka -1 points ago +1 / -2

Prove it, here's fiat for you:

  1. You take your car (gold) to me (the bank) and get a slip of paper with the text "one car" on it that grants you usage access to your car (withdraw at any time).
  2. You come back later and your car is not at the bank, this because I sold another slip of paper with the text "one car" that grants someone else access to your car
  3. You accept this terrible deal and goes back home, over the years more and more people get their own slip of paper and thereby a share of your car
  4. You come back one day to use your car during a few hours time frame, and the real physical car is gone
  5. Your paper is now digital on one single centralized server in my basement, the server has bad uptime and transactions takes days, you're being monitored and reported to the police for "suspicious transactions", and could even get your car currency locked.
  6. Few years later, your allowance of time is now only 6 minutes as thousands of people now own shares in your car, that doesn't even exist.

Now, modern time. Someone makes a DIY car that's easy to build out of shit you find in your garage and will eventually be better than your original car. But you say no because you think it's the same sort of scam as the one you choose to stay in.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's of no use since they don't know who owns a certain wallet. You think twice if you want to be anonymous online. It's really not more complicated than covering your face if you're gonna rob a bank to avoid getting caught by security cameras.

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FetAnka 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sounds like meth, thousands of examples of people doing that sort of shit, strip naked, eat anything they can find, steal cars etc.. They only blame covid because a fake PCR test, according to the hospital, came out positive. Of course the hospital won't care, if she dies that's $40,000 profit for disposing the body. This really is peak clown world.

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FetAnka 2 points ago +2 / -0

Otherwise how could one define exchange value?

If you ever took your car to a gas station to refuel, you'd figure out how this can work out. Notice how the price is never the same as it was last time, it's set based on supply and demand.

This is how trading was done back in the old days as well, there was no centrally managed price, just market price based on supply and demand. Back in the days staff would have to manually update the physical price tags, with digital price tags this is even easier.

You don't need a fat banker to rip you of every time you buy something or just because you want to store the value of your wealth, you only need to know how much the store want you to pay for a certain item, and if the price is too high you go somewhere else, if it's too low, the store can easily raise it.

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FetAnka 0 points ago +2 / -2

There is no conspiracy around the asset itself, it's 100% open source code, anyone can review, compile and connect to the network. All verified and tamper proof. It was designed to have similar properties as gold, hence digital gold.

The conspiracy is among those who want to implement the new world order and didn't expect this sort of technology to appear right now and mess with their evil plans. This is why they try to fuck around, all the FUD in fake news media, all the price manipulation created by big purchases followed by big dumps to create fear.

Because if you look at gold, you'll see that they manipulate and create a fake stability by selling fake paper gold, which is not backed by real actual gold. This can't be done with crypto because it's a digital asset and nobody is dumb enough to buy fake paper crypto, hence they need to find other ways to manipulate the price, cause fear and eventually be forced to adopt it, hoard as much of it as possible which is what we see now. Just like they did with gold, which is mostly owned by the globalist elite.

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FetAnka 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is just retarded. Do a native payment in any asset, gold, crypto, or just trade houses directly (bartering) and you'll have 100% success rate, nobody to surveil your transaction, no tax, no dependency and nobody can stop you from making the trade deal.

Read what this faggot says, he bought a house using the legacy banking system. But first he exchanged the corresponding amount in crypto. Probably way over $100 000 sent from Coinbase to his bank account and now his suspected for money laundering because muh regular ordinary people shouldn't have money the government doesn't know about REEEE.

This is peak Stockholm syndrome, you're defending the crappy legacy system which has fucked you over for decades, and still are fucking people over, like this guy obviously who has trouble with the exchange because of government regulation.

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FetAnka 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is a tunnel between the two major stock exchanges, New York and Chicago I think which contains fiber optic cable, just a few ms faster than regular fiber, but fast enough to to know before it happens which stocks will go up and which will go down, then buy or sell before anyone else does.

They obviously gotta need a tunnel big enough for maintenance trucks so while drilling a tunnel that expensive anyway it makes perfect sense to build a complete underground highway. Of course only accessible to the elite.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Neither of them had any followers, they couldn't bring a crowd of thousands of people. AJ can do that. Of course I don't know what would really happen, but there is clearly a risk, and the globalists know it.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Being in alt media doesn't make someone not an agent.

Agree, we have plenty of Zionist controlled alt media in Sweden, now they're getting tax money from the government. Meanwhile the alt media who dare to criticize Zionism got their bank accounts shut down years ago, jokes on the elite they're still up and running thanks to Bitcoin but it clearly shows some significant different in treatment from the establishment.

He also leads us towards Chicoms at every turn and not Israel (even when an operation looks like Mossad such as the Epstein thing)

This 👆, always made me suspicious too.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Now there's a valid argument, despite being banned everywhere and having his own platform he avoids looking at the root issues, particularly around Zionism.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's a simple conclusion, but if he where controlled opposition he would have been seen on all the big tech platforms. He would also have spewed out mostly false conspiracies to distract us from reality.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trumps 4D chess was a theory from that Q guy, tho not the real one as it turns out later to be CIA spreading false conspiracies disguised as Q to keep patriots calm and avoid any protest against the election fraud. AJ was mad at the guy and mad at himself for falling for that false narrative.

How many globalist documents have you read? and how do you know with 100% accuracy what's real and what's fake? see how this works, nobody is perfect.

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