The root cause of the inequality and tension in the atmosphere around the world, I and many others would argue, is the fact that we live in a world built on dishonest money.
We live in an extremely tumultuous time. This can probably be said about any point in history, but it really feels like things are extra tumultuous in today's world. I can only speak for myself, but it feels as if there's an invisible, lingering, palpable sense of uneasiness around the world as humanity becomes more and more polarized as the gap between the rich and the poor is being ripped open at an alarming pace.
I am also under the impression that most of the world that is engaged in these polarized battles based on identity politics are swinging at branches while being completely unaware of the root problem; the plague of modern mainstream monetary policy. If any of you freaks find yourselves falling victim the "Left v. Right" narrative framing here in The States and beyond, I would like to extend some unsolicited advice; stop falling for the distraction. I believe most people in this world are on the same page, they simply want to be good people who find a partner and raise a family. Hoping to leave the world a better place than they found it upon their departure.
The root cause of the inequality and tension in the atmosphere around the world, I and many others would argue, is the fact that we live in a world built on dishonest money. I strongly believe that if Bitcoin is able to wrest control of global monetary policy from the hands of a corrupt crony elite, we'll be able to get back to the fair world the people entrenched in identity politics believe they're fighting for.
I'll take it even further, the masses are being manipulated on purpose by the entrenched elite in an attempt to cause confusion and direct attention away from the root of the problem, unfettered money printing by an unelected group of crony capitalist which depends on collective ignorance to keep the charade alive.
Stop playing into the charade. Let's work together and get to the root of the problem.
Really wish I could do a better job of keeping white shoes clean. Love white shoes. Terrible at keeping them clean.