We are in the midst of The War for Freedom in the Digital Age.
The powers that be don't have a leg to stand on, they tend to be the biggest criminals and prove to be totally incompetent time and time again.
You're not supposed to let the plebs know that you want full control over their lives so overtly.
Yet another authoritarian move from the powers that be in Nigeria.
The greatest, most liberating innovation the world has seen since the onset of the Internet is about to handcuffed by a single man.
Freedom of association is one of the most important pillars of a truly free society.
This overt theft needs to end. I believe a Bitcoin Standard could help curb the overbearing taxman. This cannot continue into perpetuity.
I don't think there is a more prescient warning from this time period that I could share with you freaks today.
Focus on the problems you can solve on an individual level.
It would be a bad sign if these kleptocrats weren't scared of Bitcoin.
"Unlike myself, you will have nowhere to defect to. Unless you want to live in Antartica with penguins. This is it. This is the last country with freedom and possibility." - Yuri Bezmenov
The Common Man must strike while the iron is hot.
The future is here, and it's way more efficient.
Those who build companies to de-anonymize bitcoiners to appease a corrupt, overarching and dying system should be publicly shamed.
Bad times call for strong men and it seems like the world is filled with a bunch of pansies who are content with being treated as subjects.
It is imperative that we act to fortify these systems, make them as robust as possible, and get them into the hands of the masses.
I expect these types of services to become more popular in the future as the push by the politically correct tech elite to silence opposing opinions only gets stronger over time.
While we do believe it is important to be aware of your surroundings and the state of our current condition. It is also imperative to keep the big picture in perspective.
Is there a straw that breaks the camel's back and forces those subjected to so much economic and monetary uncertainty to seek other options? To give Bitcoin a chance?
If you believe Bitcoin is a human right, you better stand up and begin pushing back against these attempts to expand the digital panopticon we're already living under.
At the end of the day, the government can posture for or against Bitcoin as it sees fit. Bitcoin will continue to produce blocks roughly every ten minutes, enabling peer to peer transactions for anyone with access to the network.
Are we okay with accepting the uncomfortable truth that bad people will use certain tools to their advantage to ensure that we do not curb innovation and overall freedom?
"Worse yet, the students can’t opt out. “It’s a binary choice for the kids,” Bulger said. “A teacher told me years ago, ‘If you want to opt out of using the Google education suite, then you’ll also need to opt
Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.
Should we bend the knee at the feet of our government overlords and give up building and fortifying one of the most freedom preserving tools this world has ever seen because they deem it "bad"?
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