We're over the target, freaks. The IMF, one of the most predatory banking institutions on the planet and one that represents everything that is wrong with the current monetary system, is urging the government of El Salvador to rescind its Bitcoin law which made the free market money legal tender in September of last year. El Salvador has stepped out of line and the IMF is here to threaten it like the old-crusty-out-of-touch institution that it is. For some reason when I saw this tweet I immediately heard, "How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?!"
We don't need no education. We don't need no thought control. Hey, teacher, leave them kids alone. All in all you're just another brick in the wall preventing humanity from reaching its full potential. If a people peacefully decide they do not want to be subjected to a centrally controlled monetary system that has wreaked havoc on the world over the last century and use their free will as human beings to adopt what they deem to be a better monetary system, you should sit down and shut the fuck up.
Instead, the IMF lashes out like a scorned abusive husband and tries to leverage what it perceives to be international prestige to scold a sovereign nation. Make no mistake, freaks. That perceived prestige is nothing more than that, a cocky perception. No one owes the IMF, or the World Bank, or the Bank of International Settlements, or the Federal Reserve, or any other unelected supranational corrupt banking entity anything. If the IMF wants El Salvador to drop Bitcoin they should make that happen by offering a better product. El Salvador has adopted Bitcoin because the monetary system these supranational banks have provided is absolute shit. Especially for emerging economies.
This outcry from the reptiles at the IMF is an incredible sign. The kleptocratic bankers are wholly threatened by the prospect of Bitcoin replacing them. They should be.
We're going to win.
Deadlift game is getting strong.