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Posted: Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 @ 8:42 am
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  • Kunta Kinte

    Well done Kim, you nailed it!

  • therealsmartknowledgeu

    Thank you though my intention is not to say that my theories are correct, as this is unprovable at this point, though they do have the support of history. My intent in writing this article was simply to raise legitimate concerns about the origins and control of BTC as I’ve heard too many people claim that they “know” things about BTC that can intellectually only be described as unknowns today.

  • Kunta Kinte

    1. the simple question”qui bono?” and
    2. following the money (… future pace money as well…)
    3. knowledge about fiat currenecy
    4. Knowledge about (financial) history and the tricks and brutality of tptb
    5. the use of hegelian dialectic to implement intended NWO results
    6. The fact that humans lie
    etc. is good enough to prove that you are right.
    One has to be very naive, to think that the banks arr giving away their money control is just rediculous.
    On my opinion, they will take advantage of it, eliminating the cash currencies and to enslave us more and more.
    Only imagine the benefit for the banks of giving away the guilt of fiat money creation is huge.
    In addition, the Cryptos could valuate AND devaluate any amount of currency from all the participants and nobody can do anything against it, especially during a gold prohibition.
    For the public people the banks won`t be longer guilty, it will be just the secret power
    of market movement…
    The Problem Reaction Solution Paradigm in action.

    Again, thank you very much for your article.

  • SKWealthAcademy

    @disqus_gpHCfF0Ppy:disqus Thx for your very thoughtful and sage reply. I wanted to ask you your opinion on one final matter. Like you, I’m really at a loss for why BTC owners are so closed minded to my theories.

    Like you, I’ve studied monetary history for decades now and my theories are drawn from much of the international banking cartel’s double dealing and deceit that is very well documented. But when I tell BTC owners that they better be careful of what they wish for, because they may be ushering in their own, and our monetary enslavement, in the process of their unilateral support, most of them almost immediately voice strong objections, sometimes even accusing me of not supporting the cryptocurrency movement that will “free humanity.”

    As I’ve been working for over a decade now in pushing a return to sound money for the explicit reason that I believe sound money will free humanity, if I believed 100 that cryptos were that solution, I would be the first person on board with the movement.

    After much pondering, I’ve concluded that almost no BTC owner is open to the considerations I’ve raised in my article because TPTB that determine the agenda of institutional academics, for the most part, have deliberately stamped out critical thinking skills from the academic classroom.

    For example, all my knowledge about real history of wars, etc came from my reading of books not used in the school system as most of my school “education” about history was rubbish, including what I was taught about the Civil War in the United States. Had I not sought out these additional history books, my beliefs about history would still be completely warped and distorted. Likewise, I obtained most of my true education and critical thinking skills outside of the academic classroom. Had I not pursued exercises to increase my critical thinking skills outside of the classroom, I likely still would blindly embrace all the narratives disseminated by the mainstream media and the banking cartel today as well, and staunchly defend these misguided beliefs.

    I attribute the strong pushback against my article from BTC owners to the deliberate underdevelopment of critical thinking skills in the academic agenda for the past century, and the fostering of obedience to authority (i.e. believe what we tell you, do as your told, etc) in academic classrooms.

    Do you agree with this, or do you think there is a different reason why nearly every single BTC owner I’ve ever encountered give nearly zero consideration to my theories, and believe that there is almost zero possibility that any material in my article could be true? Or if you have different reasons, I would be really interested in hearing them.

    Bless up!

  • Kunta Kinte

    Yes Kim, your points are definetly correct. I would like to add psycological reasons for the unwillingness to see, what is in plain and open sight.

    But this takes some personal courage to admit that the conspiracy, delusion and deceptions are that big, that no one can even imgane how incredibely huge and monstrous they really are.
    “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.”
    The Elks Magazine (August 1956)
    Not too bad…? πŸ˜‰

    Imagine, if everybody knew their slave boundaries?
    But it will not happen, they want to be betrayed.
    Hence our german poet is absolutely right saying:
    “None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

    Please consider the concept of cognitive dissonance and the you know why even the smartest academics with an superioir iq and education cannot aggree with you, unless they are ready to deconstruct their former lifes and believe sytems. They can`t allow the feeling of being betrayed all their life. But this is the only way, which hurts a lot, as we know…
    They just can`t stand the truth, that they were wrong their whole life and so the business goes on.
    Next reason:

    Personal profit
    Let me finish with another quote from Rothschild:
    “The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from it’s profits or so dependant on it’s favors, that there will be no opposition from that class.” β€”
    Rothschild Brothers of London, 1863

    Cheers from Berlin!

  • SKWealthAcademy

    @disqus_gpHCfF0Ppy:disqus thx for your response. I am actually familiar w/all the quotes you posted in your response. Goethe’s is one of my favorites. And coincidentally, I’ve actually had the Rothschild quote on my website for years! Good chatting with you and I’ll leave you w/another quote, this one from Upton Sinclair, who was a famous American muckraking journalist in the 1920s (I believe this is the correct time period, possibly earlier) that covered a lot of the deplorable conditions and child labor exploitation issues that existed in American factories back then: “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.” In this case, if we substitute the word “profits” for “salary” it is applicable to many other issues.

  • Kunta Kinte

    Great qoute!
    My mother had a book from Sinclair, which I read, when I was kid, but I can`t remember the title…

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