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A highlight from Kevin McCullough
"Welcome to the Eric Mataxas Show. Do you like your gravy thick and rich and loaded with creamy mushrooms? If no one was looking, would you chug the whole gravy boat? Chug! Chug! Chug! Chug! Stay tuned. Here comes Mr. Chug -a -Lug himself, Eric Mataxas. Hey folks, welcome to the program. If you're like me, last night you were able to watch the debate and you deliberately skipped it for your mental health. That's just where I am in life right now. I caught parts of it which made me wince and cringe, sometimes wince and cringe. I never wept, but you know what, it's probably better for me to find out what my guest thought. He may have watched the debate. My friend, Kevin McCullough, we call you votes tridamus because you are a prognosticator, a seer, a prophet politically speaking. Kevin McCullough of that Kevin show, how are you? I'm well and I can see some things very clearly today. There should be no more debates. These exercises in futility, and that's what they've turned into, are becoming embarrassing to the cause of what this election should be about. And last night, it's just hard to put into words how bad this debate was, from its execution to the policies, to the answers. It was just nothing good about it. Some people in my audience care about this. I'm in Irvine, California. I'm in a hotel room you people can see. I'm speaking today, so today's Thursday in Costa Mesa. So if anybody wants to come and hold my hand and hug me about the sadness of the debate, or just talk to me or get book signed or whatever I'm going to be tonight in Costa Mesa, you go to my website, ericmataxas .com, and you can see me and talk to me and hang out and whatever tonight in Costa Mesa. This is Thursday, folks. And tomorrow, there's a prayer breakfast here in Irvine that I'm speaking at. But the reason I bring this up, Kevin, is because I rarely have time to turn on the TV. And last night, I realized, oh, I'm pretty wiped out. Let me turn on the TV. Let me just look at the debate just to see. I literally really couldn't bear to watch it. So as someone who watched it, I'm talking to you. Am I being cruel or unfair? Because it was unfair. What little I saw was genuinely unbearable. No, as I was saying just a second ago, from the way it was structured, to the execution, to the answers to the substance, the format's wild and out of control. There's not really a possibility of getting very deep on any one of the single questions. And I think a lot of the questions that are being asked are not the right ones. And so as I've watched, and I didn't watch all of last night's debate in real time, I caught up on a bunch of it after the fact. But as I've sat through both of them now, it is easy for me to ascertain that no one in this field on that stage last night is serious about becoming president. And they're not biting into the enormous lead that the former president has only built on since the first debate occurred. The first debate, they had 11 million viewers put to put that in perspective, Eric, in 2015. For the first debate, they had more than 15 million viewers in 2020. For the first debate, they had about 18 million viewers. You're talking about a diminishing return a, a much less interested Republican base watching these, and they're not they're not going anywhere. And in the meantime, it's putting even with some of our better idea people on display as amateurs, even with Doug Burgum on the stage, hard to believe. Yeah. That would be like a rematch between Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson. You're telling me people, Lisa Hutchinson was not able to be on the stage this time, as far as we know. Yeah, I think he took a, he took a face shot in the early rounds, and he was in his dressing room. Honestly, the thing there, what I said on Twitter this morning, was that they acted like it was 1985. We are living in a time in America, where most people see, we are in freefall, hell has been unleashed. Things have gotten so bad on so many fronts that it is, if you don't believe in God, which I do, and I trust in him, but if it weren't for that, I'd be scared to death. What is happening in this country? And they acted like it's 1985. And we're gonna, we're gonna have this conversation. And I thought, this is this is bad. I mean, the way the the deep state has been weaponized to go after Donald Trump, for example, I don't care if you're running against Trump, if you like Trump, but if that doesn't strike you as, as fundamentally un -American and sick as anything, as though, you know, we were being bombed by China, it's pretty bad. They seem not to be concerned. Well, they're responding to questions that have been supposedly thoughtfully put together by the moderators that are doing the debate. And Ron DeSantis did a little bit more of this last night, all of them to have done more of this, where he actually came with a little bit of an agenda to give little speeches every time that he was given the opportunity to speak. And he got more things out on the record than what he was asked about. But that should be the strategy of every candidate going into every debate. That should be the strategy of every thinker going on every media outlet that you can. Sometimes, Eric, it's better for me to go on Fox or Newsmax or somewhere and have something that I'm more intent on saying that what they want to ask me about. And if you're, if you're running for president in times of crisis, and I don't, I don't view the period that we're in right now as a peaceful time. We're not actively at war with anybody, but we are actively at war with evil on, on almost every front. So we need, there needs to be an urgency. There needs to be a sense of, we cannot phone it in and do it like we've done it in the past, especially knowing that we are going to run up against probably illicit, illegal, cheating schemes, trying to keep the election from actually being determined by the people that have the right to determine it. And before people criticize me for that, we've replaced the population of the bottom eight states in just illegal entries into the country over the last three years. Well, let's do that in a minute, because you wrote an article at townhall .com. That is one of the stunning nightmares that they acted like not, not really a big problem. But what you just said about cheating, I think most Americans know the Democrats cheat at elections. How is that not the most important thing to discuss when you're talking about a presidential election? Are you and I imagining, are millions and millions and millions and millions of Democrats actually cheat? Now they've done it for decades, but now we know that they have turned it into a science. They are at war with we, the people, they don't actually care about winning in a fair way. They just care about winning. How is that not unbelievably important and something that has to be discussed? But the Fox hosts and the Latina from Univision, which is another bizarre thing, they seem to act like January 6 was Trump supporters being violent. They seem to act like the election was fair. Biden won. What world are they living in? All of them. I don't know what to say. And obviously, I think Vivek and Ron DeSantis, they're the only two candidates that I can take seriously. I've got problems with them a little bit. But the whole thing was like, they were all play acting like we're living in a different America than the one most of us are living in. Well, I will hold one exception out to what you just said. And I believe that Nikki Haley had a sense of urgency about her last night. And she did in the first debate as well. And I think that's why she's now out polling DeSantis in several polls, is that people are beginning to understand that as a former governor, she probably has a shot at the VP pick. I don't think the VP pick is going to come out of this group. But if Trump did want one that I'm seeing kind of be serious on the issues that are the most pressing, she's the one that kind of gets the vote in terms of... I think of her as deep state, neo -con, next. All right. That's fine. I'm just saying in terms of her performance thus far. We've got you our wonderfully. I'm so glad that we do. We'll be right back. With the overturn of Roe v. Wade, lots of companies are coming out saying they'll pay for employee abortion travel and expenses. Most of you have heard about some of these companies. 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Fresh update on "population" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program
"Presidential election. For the latest information you can find digital news updates at heartlandsignal .com and new our video Twitter, content on Facebook and YouTube accounts. At Heartland Signal, where facts matter. Thanks for watching. Take down with Cliff Schecter. Here's the 10 most amazing Biden successes, the ones you must know that the media will not tell you about. Number three, COVID. Never in the history of public health will we ever do what we just did. 660 million vaccines and arm 13 million antivirals administered is an incredible accomplishment. Joe Biden came into office and he witnessed a disaster Donald Trump came before and wouldn't even get vaccinated himself and ended up that with horse and pony show once he was infected. Studies say that nearly of the over a million people who died up to 600 ,000 of them or more could have been saved if Trump had done anything. Biden came in, we had less than 1 vaccinated. He got 75 % of the population vaccinated 500 million or so shots handed out in the most successful vaccination program in US and likely history. That's what got us back to work. Hear more from Cliff at heartlandsignal .com and subscribe to his YouTube page. No
A highlight from Monetizing Wasted Energy + Bitcoin Mining with Giga Energy - September 28th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. All right, all right. Good morning to all of you Cafe Bitcoiners. Good morning, Don Bay. Morning, Peter. Morning, Terrence. Welcome back, Tomer Strohle. How are you? Morning to Jacob. Hey, good morning. Took me a second to get the mic off, slow reflexes, got to exercise and back up. What did I miss? I really tried to tune out for like a solid 12 days. Absolutely nothing, Tomer. The price didn't change. And I guess no ETFs were approved and no charges were laid against anybody. And so it's just picked a good two week window to take a vacation, I suppose. Yeah, it's been much sideways crabbing. And, you know, everything that goes along with sideways crabbing. So I've been actually trying to tune out too. Like when I'm not doing the show, I try not to look at Twitter at all. So like my Twitter time is basically doing Cafe Bitcoin now. Well, and like prior to. Prior to Cafe Bitcoin, we also do show prep, which kind of gets me caught up, I hope, a little bit. Yeah, I wish there was an easier way to curate Twitter from all the truly psychotic stuff that's on it, because when I was away, I noticed myself relaxing. And then you come back to Twitter and every tweet seems to be. Some deeply concerning insinuation about something or other. So it just it's really it's really tough to take the constant barrage of the Twitter zeitgeist, which is it may be accurate in many regards, but it's also very impactful on your mental health. Yeah, your mental, spiritual health, emotional health, all that stuff. I wonder, like how much of it is actually encouraged, exacerbated, incentivized by the algorithms and social media? Like if you go and you watch certain interviews with like Ph .D. behavioral scientists who have done interviews with like one of the one I'm thinking of was. I think it was the chief engineer of Facebook who designed the algorithm and they literally said that we tune this thing to show people things that are going to make them upset. And the reason why is this has the highest level of stickiness, meaning like it gets the eyeballs looking at it, it gets people staying on, it holds people's attention. And we're living in the attention economy. Whoever is able to keep people's attention longest wins, so to speak. And it's essentially like constantly feeding people really dysfunctional stuff. It's like Jerry Springer 24 -7. Yeah, there's a couple of really good TED talks about this. And it's interesting now that AI is in the zeitgeist, everybody is focusing on AI, but AI algorithms, not ones that were writing perfectly grammatically correct English text for you or drawing images, but selecting what content to put in front of you have been around for a long time. And this is like the YouTube algorithm, the Facebook algorithm and the Twitter algorithm. And what's interesting about these TED talks that discuss this issue is they point out how you simply optimize for engagement. You tell the AI algorithm, learn what maximizes engagement and put that in front of people to continue to maximize engagement. The AI has no actual understanding of what content is in there, but what emerges is it is exactly, as you said, content that is radicalizing, emotionally aggravating, terrifying. If you're in terror, you keep coming back to the thing to see, is my terror justified? Has the next domino fallen in this disaster scenario that I'm coming? If everything's hunky dory, you don't have to go back and check. But if you're constantly in a state of fear, you are. And that's what ends up being game theoretically or algorithmically what these things put in front of people. So there's one really good scientist who says, you know, if you start to look at vegetarian dishes, it will turn you into a radical vegan by doing these things. Or if you start to look at meat dishes, it'll turn you into a radical carnivore. But it'll just continue to radicalize the content by finding something that's more extreme until it gets to the most extreme thing that it can to keep you on there. And I think that, and again, the AI algorithm isn't conscious. It doesn't know what's going on. It just knows what works and what works happens to be the stuff that is filling and fueling you with terror. And I don't think that there's a solution for that right now. The best solution is some solution that where your attention isn't the business model of the of the entity you're interacting with because you're dealing with something that has artificial and no sense of morality and no sense of understanding even what it means to suffer as a human being to be a human being. So it just does its thing. It's just a machine that does its thing. And the second that you engage with it, you're participating in something that doesn't understand anything about you other than it understands its world, that it's trying to maximize its engagement with these entities on the other end of it. Yeah, and I think we need to ask the question, like, what are the second and third order effects on human culture from this? Like, if you think about it, people are constantly staring at their phones like they're just sucked into them and they're being essentially programmed all day every day. The question is, with what? And, you know, you're starting to see this shift in the in the culture. Like I call, you know, I've talked about this kind of stuff a lot, probably to the point where many people are tired of me talking about it maybe. But like cluster B personality disorder type stuff is it's becoming super common. The behaviors are starting to become super common. Like you at least that's what you see all the time on social media. Like how many people are actually out there that are like this? I don't know what the percentage of the population is, but it seems like that's all you see on social media anymore is these cluster B disordered behaviors. And it's it's really mind blowing. And I wonder, can you take a normal person and expose them to those behaviors? Because that's what's getting the engagement. That's what they're being fed. That's what they're being programmed with. You take a normal person, expose them to those behaviors continuously over and over and over again. Will it turn somebody into somebody who behaves like that? I don't know, man. It's pretty freaky thing to me. And it concerns me a lot because you're starting to see the rise of this.
Fresh update on "population" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program
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A highlight from Ep383: Best Morning Habits Podcasters Should Practice - Ahna Fulmer
"Podcasting would be a good option. And interestingly, it combined a skill that I didn't realize I'd been honing, which was interviewing an interesting element of interviewing as well as podcasting. This goes into the next question, but what makes a successful one? And it is learning the art of asking better questions. Most hosts never achieved the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey, podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams. And we're with Ana Fomer today, who is a client and a friend and somebody that inspires me. And I think you'll also find yourself a little bit inspired at the end of the podcast. She's got a show, obviously, or else how could we help her? And it is called, I said it wrong earlier. I said, I don't know what I said, but it was not right. It's imperfectly empowered, imperfectly empowered. I love it. And you also are doing something new in your business. It's kind of recent and it's about waking up early and having a morning routine. I think I would like to hear a little bit about, and maybe the listener would, what's important about a morning routine and why did you pick those two things? Yeah, I think one of the first things that's important to clarify is that waking up early is not natural for about 50 % of the population. And I happen to be one of those 50%. And I was, it was about four or five years ago in 2018, I was a busy working mom. I had three kids. My youngest was one and I was a dual certified nurse practitioner working in emergency medicine at the time. I was also the assistant medical director for two stroke programs that I helped create from the ground up. On top of that, we were renovating houses. We were in our second fixer upper at that time. That was like a side hustle for my husband and I. And on top of that, I had just started a home DIY decor blog just for fun because I didn't have enough going on. But it was at that point that a lot of us reach as moms where I desperately needed time for me. I was sick of waking up every morning, rushed and feeling like I was starting stressed and behind before I even got going for the day. And so I decided I was going to start an early morning routine because it was the only time I could find quiet. So I hustled to make this happen. And I fought this news button for about two years and really reprogrammed my biology to fall in love with the early morning quiet. And I fell in love with it so much and realized how many other women desperately want the same thing. But when it's not natural, it's incredibly difficult. And there's no program out there teaching you how to become an early morning person ultimately. So as a health and fitness coach, I ended up leaving bedside medicine and my online presence as a blogger actually turned into a virtual health and fitness professional, which is really neat. Now I help people prevent disease instead of treat disease, which is exciting. But what happened is I realized there was this gap for many of us as women in the health and fitness space because we go hard for six weeks and we transform our life for six weeks. But it's sort of like a bandaid on a gaping wound because we haven't created a habit of life change. And not that that six weeks wasn't important, but what we need is we need another program to partner with those fitness and nutrition programs who are able to also teach people how to create a habit to help sustain and offload some of the stress during our day so that we can really focus on nutritional changes, which is a full -time job for any of you. Adam, you've certainly undergone a lot of health transformation. You know, I mean, tracking macros in and of itself is like a full -time job. So the bottom line is we are in the process of creating this premier virtual program for busy women to learn how to become an early morning riser, establish a routine they can sustain that starts with being not doing. We don't get up earlier to hustle harder and do more. We're trying to press pause and actually be still and renew our hearts and minds in the calm of the quiet. And then we get a time efficient, effective workout done before our kids wake up. So that is early morning habit. If that's not cool enough, we are also an adoption fundraising program. My passion is to help women really manifest the sense that you are worth investing in because you have the power to impact the world because you've been made in the image of God and that alone makes you enough finding your value, not in what you say or do, but in the God that created you and really tapping into that to manifest this idea that you have the power to change the world. The small choices that you make for yourself have a massive impact. So when women successfully complete the program on the app, my company gives them back a significant portion of the money they paid for the program to give forward to an enrolled and adopting mom. Who's raising funds through life song for orphans. We are also adopting. So this is another heartbeat of mine. So anyways, there's a lot going on behind the scenes over here, but early morning habit, we're ready to change women's lives and bring more children home to their forever families. I like it. I have a question on the 50%. You mentioned that there's about half of us who it's not natural for us to wake up early. It's not normal. It shouldn't be normal maybe for us to wake up early. It's not our in our body, but that we can fix it. Is that part's true, right? And you fixed it. I'm living proof of that. Yes. What I'm curious about is who is your 50 % that it's not natural for or is it anybody? It's absolutely anybody. And to be clear in early morning routine is beneficial, whether you are a man or a woman, it's just my avatar specifically for this program. We are really honing in on busy women. And what I have found is it tends to be moms who recognize the need for an early morning routine. And this would have been true of me as well. It wasn't until I had kids. I mean, we think we're busy before kids. And then you have kids and suddenly you realize your time is no longer your own. And so you have to create time. And as there's only 24 hours in a day for most of us women as moms that tends to be before our kids wake up, if we want to maintain our sanity, not to mention our health. So my perfect avatar for early morning habit is really busy women. And a familiar business adage is you are best positioned to serve the person you once were. And so for me, that is I think I'm quoting Rory Vaden. He might have been quoting somebody else I don't even know. But for me, that was the busy Christian mom who wanted to start her day grounded in the truth of God's word, and then wanted to pound out a workout. But I knew I needed to start being still because I was constantly surrounded by chaos and noise of society, my own family, the own expectations I put on myself. So busy Christian moms is the very hyper -targeted audience, but it's really, it's just busy women. Any busy woman benefits from this, whether you're an early morning riser by nature or not, to answer that part. Okay, perfect. I was going to ask again, but no, perfect. So in the two big parts are reading the scripture and getting a workout in. So I've got this friend, he wrote a book about early morning, Hal Elrod. He's got this thing called Savers, and I think that must be like six things to do in the morning. Why do you pick those two? And is there anything else that you might think of adding on to it? It's a great question. And it's an interesting dynamic that a man would create six things to do, and a woman is going to create two. And I'll tell you why I think that's an important thing to highlight is one of the issues we frequently face as women is simply that it's the to -do list. We are constantly exhausted by our to -do lists, and we also feel the pressure in our society, as well as from ourselves, to do more, to hustle harder, and ultimately to be more. We think that we need to prove ourselves and our home or outside of our homes in order to reach a standard of success, however we're defining that. Our family is well put together and our kids are thriving. Maybe that's our definition. Maybe it's financial. Maybe it's the professional goals. But the problem is we are constantly moving, and the reality is, scientifically speaking, socially speaking, all five elements of our health, there are ways to prove that one of the best things we can do ourselves is to actually be still, practice the art of being still. So when we teach our community how to start their day being, not doing, we are specifically honing in on three things. Truth, or God's word, prayer, some people might practice meditation, and then gratitude. And there is a scientifically proven concept called emotionally intelligent gratitude practice, and that is what we teach our community how to implement. Whether you are somebody who prays or doesn't, emotionally intelligent gratitude can change every single aspect of your health and ultimately your life. So between that and a workout, I want women to be able to create a habit they can sustain, and if you go much beyond two things in the morning, I'm already peaced out because I'm looking at my to -do list, and I need it simple and sustainable. I love the simply part. I have a question, emotionally intelligent gratitude. In 2018, it was December of 18, I was overstressed, overworked, trying to do too much, and wasn't making all the best choices, wasn't working out enough, and that's where the health journey that you mentioned earlier came, but it was more like a life journey. There was a lot that changed, not snapping at the kids as much. But it started with something called gratitude. Now I didn't have you in my corner at that time, so I didn't know what emotionally intelligent gratitude was. What I would do is, when I'd wake up, I would try to express some gratitude before I got out of bed. When I went to bed, I tried to close my eyes and express some gratitude before I slept, and almost any time that I got overstressed, things were just compounding on me, and I wasn't sure what to do, and I was thinking about how stressful it was. I was thinking about how bad it was. Then I would have to re -hone during the day a few times and just, I guess, talk about my many blessings, because all of us have so many blessings. We just got to think about them, like the relationship with our kids, the relationship with our sweetheart, the air that we have to breathe, the roof over our heads, etc. So I would, when it was hardest to feel gratitude in my busiest of times, I would also just take a moment to try to close my eyes or even open them and think about what I'm grateful for. It ended up making a humongous impact on who I am as a person, and I still try to do it. Not as much, to be honest. I wish I did. I should. I should definitely get back to doing it more often every morning, every night, and any time I'm stressed. But I don't know what emotionally intelligent gratitude would mean if I was even close to it or not. What would you say to a listener who heard that and doesn't know what it means? Yeah, so I should also clarify emotionally intelligent gratitude practice is a concept that I have created, so this is proprietary to my program, but why I have clarified something, and I've taken gratitude practice and, one, infused a lot more science into the actual practice, so there's more intention to it, but one of the concerns with gratitude practice that I see for a lot of us is that it starts to border on good vibes only, and anyone who's listened to my podcast knows I am not a fan of that concept. The good vibes only concept is detrimental because what it is subconsciously telling us to do is to keep hustling harder and ignoring the stress, ignoring the fact that we're an absolute mess, ignoring the fact that our family is not perfect, that we actually feel terrible, we're anxious, we're stressed, so good vibes only is almost this concept of just ignore the bad, we're only going to focus on the good, and that's not true for everyone practicing gratitude, but it is very, very easy to start to lean to that corner of gratitude as though it is simply only focusing on the good in our life because, if we're honest, we are terrified of acknowledging the fact that we're actually a hot mess. Clearly not the corner I stand in as my podcast is quite literally titled Imperfectly Empowered, I'm all about the concept of embracing the mess, so where we incorporate emotionally intelligent gratitude practice is that in the actual practice of gratitude, before we are even diving into the very specific things that we are grateful for, we are first improving our emotional intelligence. Intellectual intelligence, we're familiar with IQs. It is something that, for the most part, cannot be developed. You have a naturally given IQ. Obviously, circumstances can depress somebody's ability to fully live out or up to that IQ potential, but typically speaking, it does not change. Emotional intelligence is something that can be grown, developed, and worked on, and it has three components. It is number one, being able to identify emotions, and this is where something as simple as an emotions wheel comes in. If you have a kid who struggles with behavioral issues or emotions, I have one of those kids, these emotion wheels come into play because you see like the little happy, do you feel happy, do you feel sad, or there's like these wheels that I like that have all kinds of emotions described on them, which is really helpful because half the time we don't even know how to put the words to what we feel. You're like, I don't know, sad, or it might be more specific than that. So number one, emotional intelligence includes being able to identify what you're feeling, but number two is being able to communicate what you're feeling, which is an entirely different concept. So number one, being able to identify, number two, being able to then communicate that, which is called emotional literacy, and then number three, this is truly where gratitude comes into play, being able to convert uncomfortable emotions, the emotions that we try to suppress and ignore and push down, being able to embrace them, and then convert them into a positive or more comfortable experience. That is the most difficult part of emotional intelligence. But it is also where gratitude comes in. Because what it's saying is basically it's me sitting at the restaurant and feeling really frustrated because my kids have effectively turned the table into a playground.
Fresh update on "population" discussed on Stephanie Miller
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Chuck Schumer Joins Striking UAW Members on New York Picket Line
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A highlight from Chokepoint Across the Pond: Chase UK Says No Crypto Transactions
"We've got election season coming up, remember? And if the Dems win and Gensler comes back to the same office, he doesn't care because he has the wind at his sails. And if he loses, he also doesn't care because he's out of the job. I would expect, in other words, for every court decision that goes against the SEC to be answered not with a rational shift in policy and approach, but instead two blazing middle fingers from a bureaucrat potentially on his way out the door. Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Wednesday, September 27th, and today we are talking about this crazy, strange Chase UK letter banning people from accessing crypto from their bank accounts. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find the link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Well, friends, I have to start the show by eating some crow. In the morning yesterday, a letter started going around that people were, of course, breathlessly posting as fact long before it was confirmed, and it just did not read right to me. So much so that as more and more people started tweeting about it, I actually posted it saying, I think this letter is fake. Let me just read the whole thing to you. So it's not long, so you have a sense of why I was skeptical. The header says Chase, and it says our policy around crypto is changing. Here's what it means for you. Hi. To help keep your money safe from fraud and scams, we're changing the type of payments you can make from Chase. From 16th of October, 2023, if we think you're making a payment related to crypto assets, we'll decline it. If you'd still like to invest in crypto assets, you can try using a different bank or provider instead, but please be cautious as you may not be able to get the money back if the payment ends up being related to fraud or a scam. Please head to our website for more info about how to protect your money. We've made this decision because fraudsters are increasingly using crypto assets to steal large sums of money from people. Declining these payments is one of the ways we're help keeping you and your money safe. All the best, the Chase team. So a couple of things that really stood out to me. One was the tone in general non -professionalism of the letter. The use of the word fraudsters seemed very, very strange from an official corporate communication. This is obviously quite a colloquialism and so the idea that it was being used as a formal explanation for why a bank would be denying an entire category of payments options to its users seemed a little crazy. Continuing that questionable tone was the ending, all the best. That's how I sign off my emails. That's not how a major bank signs off its emails. Now, of course, there was also the general grossness of the policy if it were to become real, but that really wasn't even what I was thinking about initially. And yet, shockingly, it was confirmed to be real. I was wrong and somehow a bank associated with Chase had sent out that letter. Now, later in the day, it became clear that the policy was for Chase UK rather than the broader US or international banks. But even if it was only a domestic UK policy, the aggressive move still rubbed many people, perhaps most people, I would say, in the industry the wrong way. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong tweeted, Now, Andrew Griffith is the UK Economic Secretary to the Treasury and Minister for the City of London and Rishi Sunak is, of course, the Prime Minister who was formerly the Chancellor of the Exchequer who said while he was at that post that he wanted to make the UK a crypto hub. LightSpark CEO and former head of the Libra project at Meta, David Marcus, added, Now, UK commenters were surprisingly quiet and that's perhaps because Chase is a relatively minor player in the UK despite being a major global banking brand. Chase has, in fact, only had a presence in the UK for around two years and has less than two million customers. They're also limited to offering online services, so are, in practice, a lot closer to a fintech platform than a traditional bank. Just by way of comparison, relative to the population, Chase UK has a similar footprint to Huntington National Bank in the US. Now, if Huntington banned crypto transactions in the US, you can bet we would be chattering about it, but it wouldn't ultimately be seen as that big of a deal which perhaps explains the lack of outrage from UK crypto investors. That said, of course, Chase isn't Huntington. Regardless of whether they have a large customer base, Chase UK is still a subsidiary of the largest western bank in the world and because of that, the important part of the policy change is unpacking whether this is an idiosyncratic decision of an insignificant bank or speaks to a broader policy outlook at JPMorgan Chase. Now, the reason given in the letter for this policy change was, of course, to prevent fraud. When fielding questions from media throughout the day, a Chase spokesperson doubled down, saying, Austin Campbell rightly points out, quote, Bitcoin attorney Crypto Hat responded, Austin, eminently reasonable as he always is, responded, and other financial institutions to fight said fraud, not turtling. Now, of course, even if this policy change only affects a couple of million Brits, it still matters in the broader fight to ensure crypto investors and firms have fair access to banking services. This has, of course, been one of the biggest themes throughout this year. The pushback from the US crypto community matters in order to ensure that banks can see that these sort of blanket bans are simply not an acceptable way to deal with issues around fraudulent transactions. And for a place that said it wants to be a crypto hub, the UK in particular has had a string of larger banks rejecting crypto payments over the past year. In February, a group of CEOs from major UK banks appeared at a parliamentary hearing. Multiple CEOs said their banks were blocking crypto payments, and although they listed fraud as a major concern, they also mentioned the volatility of crypto investments. The problem became so large that the UK's Financial Conduct Authority published a report on de -banking earlier this month. The report stated that the regulator had facilitated conversations between banks and crypto firms to ensure that they would be able to open and maintain accounts. Still, some large UK banks, including NatWest, are currently refusing to service crypto firms across the board. Now, one alternative opinion came from Francis Pulio, the founder at Bull Bitcoin. He said, via video chat, and essentially interrogate them to make sure they aren't being sucked into a yield, cloud mining, or other crypto ponzis. Still, as you might imagine, even among Bitcoiners who share Francis's disgust with crypto scams, this wasn't the primary opinion out there. Indeed, by and large, the sentiment was, and this is the end -then -they -fight -you phase. So what to do? Well, some, like dGen Spartan, basically say vote with your feet. They write, but getting banks to open accounts for crypto individuals and companies is another. Just vote with your money. My crypto -friendly banks get my highest share of account. The others? Meh. Now, another response is the entrepreneurial opportunity. Rama Lawalia, the CEO of Lumida Wealth, said, Although, indeed, later he tweeted, I don't know, man. All in all, it feels a little choke pointy to me. Remember, the whole point of Operation Choke Point and why it's problematic is that it creates a scenario where government and regulators don't have to ban anything because they just make it so economically untenable and politically risky for big service providers like banks to work with crypto companies that a de facto ban is the natural response. And speaking of de facto bans, let's turn now to the intransigent SEC, a bipartisan group of House Financial Service Committee members have written to SEC chair Gary Gensler calling for the regulator to immediately approve spot Bitcoin ETF applications. Mike Flood, Tom Emmer, Willie Nickel and Richie Torres penned the letter, which asserted that, The SEC's current posture is untenable moving forward. Following the Court of Appeals decision, there is no reason to continue to deny such applications under inconsistent and discriminatory standards.
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Are You Working With a Psychopath? Tips for Sanity & Success
"Psychopaths are individuals who lack empathy and remorse and who often engage in manipulative and deceitful behavior. They can be difficult to work with, as they may try to undermine your work, sabotage your relationships, or even steal your ideas. Psychopaths are estimated to make up around 1 % of the general population. This means that there are likely to be at least a few psychopathic they tend to exhibit behaviors that make them difficult to work with. Here are some tips for dealing with psychopathic co -workers healthily and productively. Recognize the signs. Understanding the characteristics of a psychopath is crucial for identifying potential individuals at work. Traits such as lack of empathy, manipulation, charm, and a tendency to exploit others may indicate psychopathic behavior. Maintain professionalism. When dealing with a psychopath, it's essential to remain professional and composed. Avoid engaging in power struggles or confrontations, as this can escalate the situation. Instead, focus on your own performance and maintaining a positive work environment. Don't trust them. Psychopaths are experts at manipulation and often try to gain your trust to get what they want. Don't be fooled by their charm or their promises. Remember that they are only interested in themselves and will not hesitate to betray you if it suits their needs. Set boundaries. Establish clear boundaries to protect yourself from manipulation or exploitation. Clearly communicate what is acceptable and what isn't in terms of behavior and workload. By setting boundaries, you establish limits that psychopaths will find harder to breach. Document everything. Record any interactions or incidents involving the psychopath. This documentation can serve as evidence if you need to report their behavior to HR or higher management. Be sure to include dates, times, and specific details to support your claims. Seek support. Dealing with a psychopath can be isolating, so it's important to seek support from trusted colleagues, friends, or family members. Share your experiences and concerns with those you trust, as they can provide valuable advice and empathy. Focus on self -care. Psychopathic behavior can affect your mental and emotional well -being. Prioritize self -care activities such as exercise, meditation, hobbies, or spending time with loved ones. Taking care of yourself outside work will help you maintain resilience and cope with workplace stress. Seek professional help. In extreme cases where you experience severe emotional distress or feel unsafe, consider seeking professional help from therapists or counselors specializing in workplace issues. They can provide guidance and support tailored to your specific situation. Conclusion. Dealing with psychopaths at work requires a combination of self -awareness, boundary setting, and seeking support when needed. By recognizing the signs, maintaining professionalism, and caring for your well -being, you can successfully navigate these challenging situations while protecting yourself from potential harm. Remember, you can control your reactions and maintain your mental health in the face of workplace psychopathy.
How Pinole Is Thinking Outside the Box for Economic Development
"I do a lot of economic development consulting, helping a number of cities, a number of business improvement districts grow, and a lot of the conversation around business attraction is, how do we help a city sort of make the permit process easier? It's still got to be there, you still got to conform to certain regulations, but I'll give you an example. Last week in the paper, Vacaville attracted a new science business, and their city manager was in the paper and said, we will have everything permanent and approved within 90 days, and we will bring in the utilities and the water and the sewer to help them start their process. Knowing that PG &E and I forget which is their sewer company, they can't move that fast as 90 days, but at least starting the conversation and getting the city's approval done. And I was like, that's why they're landing the larger life science company that's going to deploy 10 ,000 people. So I'm a big advocate for embracing new technology, embracing that change. And another thought that I had on what you said, I was talking to a community development director in a mid -sized city along 880 yesterday, and he said, there's a lot of people in their town that distrust government, but they have some entrepreneurs who have great ideas, some small business owners that could expand and could benefit. And we talked a lot about how to outreach to them. And I said, you got to go to who do they trust? They do trust somebody unless they're a hermit. It might be at their church. It might be, you know, which might be in Chinese or Vietnamese or in Spanish, as well as in English. It's getting in front of who do they trust and using them as a middle partner to provide those resources. And that's not easy for government to do, especially at a time when a lot of cities are short -staffed. I like that you're at least thinking about that in panel on both of those issues, fast -tracking permits or automating systems, as well as doing that community outreach to a diverse town. Well, we're thinking about that, we being the councils that I've served on since 2018, a bit with a bit more attention to that, given that we may come from different backgrounds, not necessarily economic development ourselves. And so we rely, at least I know that I rely on the expertise of the staff, as few of them as there may be, who are there full time to bring to us as council members the current best practices, if you will, or within the trends in economic development relative to cities our size. And not only as they exist here in the Bay Area, but throughout the country, throughout the world, you know, we're not unique necessarily. We'd like to believe in some regards we are, but we're not unique when it comes to environmental issues, psychosocial issues, political issues necessarily. And so borrowing from the good lessons learned from others and doing as best as we can, given our circumstances is one approach. And also even admitting to, and I was having this conversation with someone recently, admitting to the fact that some approaches have not worked and revisiting those and being willing to do that and to discuss the possibility of seeing something in a different light. You know, getting back to the size that we are and how we're a relatively small city with the population that covers around 19 ,000 and with population increases in the next 10 years or so, not being regarded as high. And then after that, really just on a moderate level compared to other parts of the East Bay and our neighbors, San Francisco, is that we have been pretty much built out. So the constraint then is also what available land space we have. And in my opinion, my interest is absolutely necessary to balance what gets developed, whether it's commercial or housing development, with the natural amenities that exist. And it gets back to what is quality of life. And there may be different perspectives about that, but overall, and I think since we have experienced the pandemic, we have generally gotten a greater appreciation for the importance of having available to anyone. And that means public space, not private areas, but public space where families and anyone, the bodies of babies, can access and enjoy. We're fortunate that East Bay Park District is a neighbor to us and a partner to us in maintaining those open spaces. And we can avail ourselves of those and can know their number of walking trails. And I'm pleased and so happy to know that we have a creek, a watershed, that traverses the town for about 10 miles. So it's beyond the land, the land size of Pinellas, about five miles. And that creek gives character, as well as life, to the town.
Pinole Councilwoman and Mayor, Norma Martinez-Rubin, Describes Governing a Small City
"Hi, I'm Jared Ash with the Capstone Conversation. I'm here with Councilwoman Norma Martinez -Rubin from the city of Pinole in Contra Costa County. We appreciate you being here today. As part of your everyday job, you're a principal at Evaluation Focus Consulting, where you focus helping mission -driven foundations, nonprofits, and government agencies and public health. So that's an exciting background to be here. What else can you tell us about yourself, Norma? Thanks, Jared. Thanks for having me be part of this. I can tell you that my adopted hometown of Pinole is this wonderful little city, relatively small compared to the other 19 cities in Contra Costa County. It's bisected by I -80, which has national fame. And for those of us who are local, it is both a blessing and whatever the opposite of that is, given the multitude of vehicles for many different reasons, recreation, transportation, transport of goods, etc., on a daily basis that we get to live with. Part of my personal history is having come to the city of Pinole via Los Angeles, where I grew up, it was weird, and having the experience of living in a more urban area relative to one which has these beautiful natural amenities just within a walking distance of where I live. We're surrounded by hillsides, we're surrounded by or adjacent to the San Pablo Bay, which in my mind counters the effects of an interstate that bisects the city and divides the city, and the way our residents view issues that come before us on city council. Interesting. Let's talk a little bit about that small town, but in a big metro area. From a governing standpoint, what would you say are some of the constraints and some of the advantages compared to other towns being a smaller city? As a smaller city, we're a full -service city, so we provide and we respond, we're responsive to provide services that are essential as the local governments grow. We have our own police department, we have parks and regulations, we address land use issues, keeping in mind the topography of Pinole, and most recently we have joined with our county's fire districts to serve our city in its small size. We have a different terrain, the north side or the south side part of Pinole adjacent to San Pablo Bay is the older part of town. We were incorporated in 1903, but as history goes, in the 1950s when I -80 was constructed, it divided the city and then we started seeing more of the tract homes built on what was formerly agricultural land. So in the Pinole Valley, which is south of I -80 in our town, we have people who are surrounded by hillsides, beautiful hillsides, but as valleys go, also face the risk of possible fires because many of the homes were built alongside that range for just open space. So the constraints in a small city is that urban planning back in the day when some of the older cities in Contra Costa County were designed and built may not have considered the growth that would occur over time and the needs that people had over time given the shift in demography or population figures. In my background as a public health practitioner, population shifts are something that we've observed and have been somewhat ready for. However, we also have a history in local government and more broadly state and federal that the response to these population shifts isn't always as quickly as we see the shifts occur.
A highlight from BREAKING: Chase Bank BANS Bitcoin Payments & Purchases | EP 832
"It's all going to zero against Bitcoin It's going up forever, Ron Bitcoin You're against Bitcoin, you're against freedom Yo, welcome to Simba Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution for breaking news, culture, and medical warfare. We will be your guide through the separation of money and state. Speaking of the separation of money and state, pretty crazy news coming out of the United Kingdom. It seems like Chase UK to block Bitcoin and altcoin payments citing fraud scams. Starting October 16th, the bank will decline customer attempts to make payments related to crypto assets. We also have the screenshot of the supposed email that was sent out. Now, you know, they cite fraud and they cite all these reasons, but remember what I told you guys yesterday about the iron law of central banker and politician projection? Maybe it applies to bankers, too, that they accuse us of what they are guilty of themselves. So Chase doesn't exactly have the cleanest track record in terms of the things that they've been involved with. But again, I think that this is a warning shot across the bow, just like when Apple forced Noster to remove ZAPs from the platform, it highlights the fact that a lot of people, the way that they get their Bitcoin is through payment platforms, brokers, right, that connect with the traditional financial system. And this is why Corey wrote that piece, The Race to Avoid the War. The way that we really avoid this is, the way that we really avoid this is by, the way that we really avoid this is by pushing mass adoption very quickly, because the more we push mass adoption, it becomes a forcing function, right? So if a politician is running on an anti -Bitcoin stance, then if the majority of the population or a big portion of the population are holding Bitcoin, obviously that politician is not going to run on that stance. In fact, there's politicians that are now running on a pro -Bitcoin anti -CBDC stance because of Bitcoin's popularity in the mainstream.
NBC News: Biden's Approval Plummets Among Black Population
"Says that biden's approval rating among black voters is listen this as our new poll shows the president's approval among black voters is down 17 points the first year of his presidency mr biden is also down by double digits among leptinos voters college degree and independence and as we mentioned fifty nine percent of democratic primary voters tell us they want to see a challenger to president biden fifty nine percent of democratic voters say they want a challenger to joe biden he's down 17 points with african -americans now this also is an issue of enthusiasm and i want understand you to what enthusiasm means just so you i can get through the political bs for you traditionally when you the party that is in power there is less enthusiasm from that group of voters because you have the power and there's more enthusiasm for the underdog who's going to get you out of office okay so you can go back in history of polling and you can see that but right now there is a significant separation usually there's a slight separation right the party that's in power there's more contentment you think you're fine you're not as worried in the party that's lost power because you want to win back the white house or the house or the senate but the numbers are usually pretty close three to four percentage points that's changing this time republican voters are significantly more enthusiastic about the 2024 election than democrats not just a little bit which would be normal significantly more listen to this data from again nbc news with this new poll there's also this we found an enthusiasm gap between the two parties we ask folks on a scale of one to ten how enthusiastic are you about the presidential election and you can see republicans a democrat there is a gap right there where's the lag for democrats we found
A highlight from 189 - Taking Treasury Bills Onchain with Martin Carrica
"If you look at like last seven days Ethereum versus run rate for Circle, it's the same amount of money. Huh, is the equivalent to Circle? Exactly, exactly. Holy shit, Circle is printing money. Every time you pay gas, like that amount of gas, that's the same amount of money that Circle is making. Tether is three times that. Tether alone is making more money than the whole rest of the crypto ecosystem outside centralized exchanges. Oh, that's your margin. Your margin is my opportunity, is that what you're saying, Martin? Exactly. Welcome to Bankless, where we explore the frontier of internet money and internet finance. This is how to get started, how to get better, and how to front -run the opportunity. This is Ryan John Adams, and I'm here with David Hoffman, and we're here to help you become more bankless. This is certainly a money opportunity to front -run. On -chain T -bills is the topic today. The overnight Fed funds rate is 5 .3 % right now, and that's some pretty good yield. But how much are you getting in your bank account? Probably not very much of that. How much are you getting from your stablecoin is maybe a better question for crypto natives. And if it's an instrument like USDC in your Ethereum address, the answer is probably nothing. You're not getting any of that yield. But what if we could tokenize treasuries instead of just dollars? What if we could create a USDT, and the T is for treasury. And that tokenized treasury yielded 5 % just for holding in your ETH address. That is the promise of tokenized T -bills, and it's gearing up to be a major theme over the next 12 months. I think another force for democratization worldwide. We have Martin Karika here. He's the founder of a tokenized T -bill company, and he's here to get us up to speed. A few takeaways for you on the episode today. Number one, why don't we already have tokenized treasuries? Why doesn't that product already exist? Number two, we talk about why on -chain treasuries are a force for democratization worldwide, especially in emerging countries. Number three, we talk about why the US government actually wants this, even though they may not admit it. Number four, in this weird paradox, we talk about why US citizens will probably have a hard time getting tokenized T -bills as well. David, you're laughing right now because, man, it is hard being a US citizen in crypto these days, isn't it? Yeah, really. The irony of US citizens being the people that are going to be the hardest population to be able to access the yield from their own government's money printing. And in fact, no, we're going to just export it straight to the foreign countries of the world. Bankless listeners, you'll just have to listen to the episode to understand, understand the punchline there. But Martin, not the guests on the show, does a really good job laying it out for us. I think Ryan presented this as the promise of tokenized T -bills, tokenized treasuries, on -chain T -bills, whatever you want to call these things. Also, I'll add that there's an economic weight here. It's kind of destiny. You know, like maybe we don't get there for some reason that I can't understand, but incentives will produce this outcome. Eventually, stablecoins will be replaced by tokenized treasuries. It's kind of the same if you accept that eventually all vanilla ETH will be replaced by some liquid staking token alternative. Eventually, like why would you just hold vanilla ETH and Aave when you can do our ETH and Aave instead? If you accept that, then it's kind of the same thing. Eventually, all vanilla stablecoins will just be replaced by tokenized treasuries and you will get the yield natively. There's a gravitational pull, right? It's like water goes downhill and liquidity finds a way and a yield will find its way in a tokenized form on -chain. So there's been just growing demand and interest about this topic of on -chain treasuries and real -world assets. So Bankless listeners, you can consider this the first of a few steps into the world of real -world assets on -chain that we want to explore here on Bankless, starting with tokenized treasuries. Yeah. I'm looking forward to discussing this with you. A lot of interesting implications here. And David and I are going to discuss that in the debrief. Of course, if you're a Bankless citizen, you already have access to that on the Bankless Premium feed. So go check that out right now. Ad -free. Bankless Premium feed. Ad -free. It's a beautiful thing. But before we get into this episode, first we disclose and the disclosures are there's nothing really to disclose here. Of course, we hold crypto assets. Didn't even talk about ETH. No, we didn't. Crypto assets that we do hold stand to benefit from tokenized T -bill transactions. But of course, you know that. And we are long -term investors. We're not journalists. We don't do paid content. There's always a link to all Bankless disclosures in the show notes. You can access that at bankless .com slash disclosures. All right, we're going to get right to the conversation with Martin on tokenized T -bills. But before we do, we want to thank the sponsors that made this episode possible, including our number one recommended crypto exchange for 2023, Kraken. Go create an account. Kraken Pro has easily become the best crypto trading platform in the industry. The place I use to check the charts and the crypto prices, even when I'm not looking to place a trade. On Kraken Pro, you'll have access to advanced charting tools, real -time market data, and fast trade execution, all inside their spiffy new modular interface. Kraken's new customizable modular layout lets you tailor your trading experience to suit your needs. 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A highlight from BITCOIN REVOLUTION | TUCKER CARLSON & JAVIER MILEI MAKE HISTORY
"We don't see lugar a ludas, esta nueces una taria para tibios, esta nueces una taria para córdes, esta nueces una taria para los politicamente correntos. Xo no me me ti yaca para estar y ando córderos. Xo me me ti yaca para despastar de odres. ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! When you think of Argentina you might envision tango, soccer, or maybe a juicy steak, but today it's all about a wild surge in bitcoin advocacy and a man whose opposition to statism might be louder than a wake -up call from Frankie. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM That's right, baby. Wake the f 'up and get on the Freedom Train. We get a lot of s*** to cover. Let's get it! I think that it can be my moment. Because as we have seen, we are in all of them. And we are not one of them. This is what we are in all of them. Because we are going to do everything, and we are going to take care of everything in the world. Yes, to be able to build Argentina properly. A liberal Argentina. An Argentinian people. An Argentinian that is going to build the borders of the world. And yes, in 35 years, we will be able to build the first global potential. So yes, effectively, I am going to be in politics. be Will it Teresa? Míle he is right. Míle? Míle, he is right. farm. go I'm gonna ahead and start with this go ahead and take a look down there 339 .8 million views and I want you to put that in perspective so when I said that you know these bit corners just made history well they're both advocates and it just became the most watched interview in history now Tucker's last interview with that orange guy yeah Trump that set the record and beat Oprah's former record with her interview with Michael Jackson and it appears Tucker Carlson is going full Eminem breaking a record every time he drops a record right now what this really had me thinking is the fact that well you know Joe Rogan gets like 11 million views he's the number one podcaster in the world Tucker was the number one show on Fox News and all mainstream media and he was getting about three four million views I'm putting that in perspective he's gone independent and he's got 340 million views blowing everyone out of the water talking about well look at this Argentina's next president and this guy is winning big -time you saw those crowds who is he well Tucker traveled to Buenos Aires to speak to him and find out and we of course hear it simply Bitcoin have covered Malay quite a bit but very exciting stuff an amazing conversation very base and before we get into that now Malay you got to understand they kind of do language a little different right so when he uses the the terms liberal he's referring to classical liberal like Bastia which is closer to libertarianism or anarcho capitalism if you'd like to say and when he refers to anything like socialism or communism of course they're all the same thing all statism and that's really the point that he's driving home is the fact that it's freedom versus the state and I love it until you fix the money for example a lot of Western democracies went full tyrannical regimes over the past few years and they're supposed to be democracies with representative government that is supposed to work in your best interest but I think we know the truth well let's get to it we're in downtown Buenos Aires the capital of Argentina this was once about a hundred years ago one of the richest cities in the world and you could tell as you walk around the fated grandeur of a once great city but this is now a desperate country its economy is in shambles has been for a long time Argentina famously defaulted on his debt more than 20 years ago but now hyperinflation has made this country genuinely desperate you see when you have dinner here in restaurants and people pull out bricks of local currency the peso to pay it feels like Weimar or Zimbabwe but it's not this is a developed country that's moving backwards at high speed and because of the frustration that has built up among the population particularly among poor people a man called Javier Miele is poised to become its next president he's a former soccer star goalie a performer in a Rolling Stones cover band and a libertarian economist he's not a libertarian in the traditional American sense he wouldn't fit into the Cato Institute he's libertarian in the traditional sense he believes people should have the maximum amount of freedom they can be given which is a lot much more than they now get in Argentina he has moved from basically nowhere in the last several years to become maybe the most famous person in this country the election is next month in October and once again it seems like he's likely to win he himself is a Bitcoin enthusiast right he jetted off to Argentina not for steak not for soccer but to meet the rock star economist and fellow Bitcoin advocate Javier Miele why do you think from your perspective you've become a man with no political background so popular so quickly in this country that in a cable con el hecho de que ese de huador de football a mismo tiempo ese do cantante rock -and -roll y ademas a soy economista y creo que esa combinación es una combinación attractive en terminos de producto televisivo pero por otra parte lo que también es importante el tema de las cídeas y argentina a pasicamente es un país que se va cien años abraçando las cídeas socialistas y entonces la revelión natural del sistema era ser libérales y es por eso que la revelión natural la parece siempre los jovenes y los jovenes encontraron alguien que man Miele from an 18 % poll prediction grabbing a 29 % victory in the primaries Miele maybe is unpredictable as a Bitcoin price chart and with hair that's probably more talked about than the latest thing what is that now like men in black aliens in Mexico or something and the guy is very based he's just gonna say what he thinks what he feels but Miele's boldness isn't limited to just critiquing the state but he also questioned the Pope talked about advising the orange guy and has many times advocated for Bitcoin is the future of financial freedom in short Javier Miele is making waves the Pope the current Pope is from Argentina I would think he would support you he has instead criticized you and you've called him a communist why the disconnect bueno primero porque el papa juega politica vente a si luma some papa donde tiene forte Ingenencia política ademostrado además una granda finidad con dictadores como Castro o como comaduro si restar el lado de de dictadores wait I'm sorry Raul Castro's a murderer si if you got to the minute at Rocesino but the Pope you believe the Pope has an affinity for Raul Castro si exacto si decho no los condena si repatante condescending de conesos y esta mien condescending de con la dictadora venesolana a si el condescending de con todos los discuiras a un cuando se verdaderos criminals toco el esos un problema prudemas es a lien que consider a que la justicia social un elemento central de desu vision y eso es muy complicado porque la justicia social case robar el fruit su trabajo una persona y dar ciudad otra en dos es implicado dos cosas una es un robo y el problema es que el robo esta encontra de lo que seniela los días mandamientos si ha valar la justicia sociales ha valar el robo por otando son problema de que está violando los días mandamientos el otro problema es que es un trato decíbal friende a la ley now me and myself I'm kind of against protectionist policies but Malay on the global stage he has a clear stance no deals with status so china lula unless it's about decentralized money of the future bitcoin probably don't bother knocking you've said that as president of argentina you will not do business with china de cho no solo no via certain negocios con china no via certain negocios con nimún comunista esir habar yo soy un defensor de la libertad de la paz y la demogracía lo comunista no entranay but also incredible beyond the politics and probably his bitcoin price checks who is this Javier Malay at heart well one thing he's a man whose phone screensaver is joy has no end and is as passionate about freedom the austrian economic community as he is about bitcoin and decentralization no no no no no no when you talk about and live according to your conscience you don't have me because you know what is the definition of this personal me you know that when you are in the last moment or when you are in the constant pressure of being big you know what I mean? You know what I mean? You know what I mean? This will pass all over your life.
A highlight from S13 E12: Wayne: Entrepreneur, Founder, Marketing Expert
"Hello, welcome to The Elone Show. I'm your host, John Mayelone. In this episode, don't have regulars because reasons, I guess. As for our guest, he is from Alexandra, Louisiana. He's an entrepreneur and founder of Ugly Muck Marketing. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you, Wayne Mullins. Thank you so much. I'm excited to be here. Me too. So, how's life? Life is fabulous. I think, you know, I'm learning to embrace every day in every moment. To embrace the moments, whether they are what some would consider beautiful or what others may consider ugly. To learn to be present and in the moment. And I think that's the best way to possibly live life. Fantastic. And have you been up to much recently? I have. We are on the work front. We are busy growing. It's our busiest season of the year. So, we've been busy there. My wife and I and our kids were in the process of building a house, which is a little bit deceptive. We're not doing the building, obviously, but lots of decisions around building the house and the finishes and all that kind of stuff. Ah, all right then. Very good. And what was the inspiration and the idea of Ugly Muck Marketing? Yeah. So, the idea and inspiration behind Ugly Muck Marketing was simply this, that I wanted to create a marketing agency that is focused on results as the number one thing that matters. So often in the digital marketing space, in the ad agency space, the thing that so many get distracted by is trying to win awards. And Ugly Muck Marketing, the name actually stems from this quote that is, I would rather an ad that's ugly and effective over one that's beautiful, but isn't. So, that is the mission and that is the calling for what we do at Ugly Muck Marketing. Ah, I like it. And what was life for you growing up? I grew up in, I guess you could say more of rural Louisiana, not across the river, not far from where I'm at right now in an area called Pineville, Louisiana, population roughly 15 ,000 or so. So for me, it was growing up, spent a lot of times out in nature, in the woods, building forts in the woods and just had a lot of fun with friends and yeah, it was great. Okay. Very nice. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? I would live where I'm at right now. I'm a firm believer in this idea that we as human beings, we aren't trees, meaning we can get up and move at any point in time. And I think it's not good for us mentally, emotionally to always long to be somewhere different than where we are. And, you know, if I really wanted to live somewhere else in the world, then I'm of the belief that I should make that happen, that I should get up, that I can move. Yes, there may be obstacles, there may be challenges, there may be all kinds of other things that, quote unquote, get in the way. But again, anything is possible. And we live in a world now where it's easier than ever to up and move to a new location. Couldn't agree more. What's your favorite ice cream topping? I'm going to go with probably strawberries. Interesting. Have you heard of a drink called banana friche? It sounds familiar. I don't know if I've had it, but it does sound familiar. Oh, is that so? It is. I don't know where or why I would have heard of it. OK, interesting, because every guest I've had, I've asked this question a lot to most guests and they said, no, I never heard of it. You are the first person to at least heard of it to some extent. So that's a surprise to me, in my opinion. Yeah, we need the bells and the whistles and like the streamers going off or some fireworks or something, at least, right? Yes, that calls for a celebration. Absolutely. So fill me in. What is it? So it is like a banana flavored drink, which is part smoothie, part milkshake. It's called a tingly sensations that you could possibly think of. Sounds delicious. It sure does. Would you rather never use social media again or never watch another movie or TV show again? Well, I'm going to choose TV because I actually really don't watch TV at all at this point or don't watch movies. And I often joke with people when they meet me or get to know me. I say if you begin the sentence or you begin the question with, have you seen the answer is already going to be no. So don't even ask the question. OK, that makes sense. I would say I would say never watch TV or movies again because I'm mostly on social media looking at stuff anyway. And also, you can watch full length feature films on social media, which is kind of multiple parts. So that's the ultimate cheap code. Yes, indeed. I love it. What's the weather like today where you currently are right now? It is overcast today in a high of only 84 degrees, which is actually a break in the heat from where we've been. So we're we're enjoying the overcast and cooler temps today. Me too. It was pretty hot the last few days, but now we're reaching autumn temperatures now, which is pretty cool. Literally. Well. What is the most comfortable piece of clothing you own? I would say it's a T -shirt that my wife got me for my birthday and it's by a company called One Golden Thread. And I don't know what they made the shirt out of. It's some cotton blend, I believe, but it is incredibly comfortable. Ah, very nice. Do you think a hot dog is a sandwich? I would say absolutely. It comes between two slices of bread or two pieces of bread. But I guess if you want to get really technical, the bread is still enjoined on one end. So you can make an argument in that case that is not technically a sandwich, but there are sandwiches that go in a similar style or similar type of bread. So I'm going to say it is OK. That's a good point, I guess. What hobby would you get into if time and money weren't an issue? Time and money weren't an issue. I would get into surfing. Nice. What could you do a 40 minute presentation on without any preparation? Marketing. That makes sense. Would you rather not be able to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? That's a tough one. I'm going to go with I would rather not be able to close open doors. Nice. It leaves opportunities open for you. Absolutely. Yes, I love it. If you were given 400 acres of land, what would you use it for? I would take some of it. I would make it into a small farm of sorts, enough to produce enough produce for my family and friends. And then I would have a small portion for maybe some farm animals. And then I would love to leave the rest of it very wooded and maybe put a few trails, hiking trails, biking trails through some of that land. OK, that'd be pretty cool. How much time do you spend on the Internet? Way too much. I spend most of my work day on some form of the Internet, whether that is Google Docs, whether that's email or a social media channel. And then unfortunately, I spend too much time of that on social media or on various forms of Internet in the evenings as well. So way too much is the answer. OK. Yes, I agree. I would certainly say the same thing. What is the best way to start the morning? The absolute best way to start the morning is with some meditation and some gratitude. Sweet. Is that all? Or is there more to it? Well, those would be the best. I also love doing some journaling first thing in the morning and reading something that is inspirational, encouraging, something that really helps me set the tone for the day. I believe that our morning is kind of like the rudder, if you will, for the day, like a rudder on a ship determines where the entire massive ship goes. That one little rudder in comparison to the ship. I believe that our morning routines act in that same way. And unfortunately, for so many of us, we are unintentional with our morning routines. We allow the alarm to go off multiple times. We hit snooze, we rush, we hurry, and all of those things fill our minds subconsciously with worry, with stress, with thoughts of I'm late, with thoughts of I'm not going to be on time. All these words and all these feelings that, in my opinion, have a very negative connotation. So, yeah, I think that's that's the rudder for the day. Okay, yes, couldn't agree more.
Leo Terrell: Black Voters Simply Care About American Issues & Values
"Not controversial at all we just the do numbers are we lose 90 % of black vote which is absolutely unforgivable but when you look at people who've have done well with the black vote and both Trump and DeSantis have done well they've done okay he did very well down here in Florida the key that they I think they they they both had both of them what were they didn't treat black black voters any differently they didn't talk to black voters like they had I mean black parents care about soccer games and jobs and I it's not it's just so ridiculous I think how we overthink this thing you know I knocked on doors for two years in Maryland which has the largest population of upper -middle -class black voters anywhere in the country and then this is nothing surprising oh yeah how's the job right that's what I want to talk about jobs health care public safety I mean I think we overthink this thing and I think in this election if Trump were to win the nomination he seems to really be in the black community I don't want to get crazy you ain't gonna get probably 25 % of the vote or anything but we could really stand a really good chance at pulling anywhere from say 12 to 20 % and that would be an earthquake in a national electoral politics oh you're absolutely right Dan and your summary was perfect spot on I mean look I left the Democratic Party because they abandoned law enforcement they basically schools abandoned Dan I'm not on this radio program with you if it wasn't for quality school and that's being denied to all Americans you think inroads in with community the black by talking about American issues because everyone suffers from inflation crime, lawlessness, poor schools so what Trump is doing because I left in 2020 and yes he makes some inroads you get if Trump gets 15 to 20 % of the black vote 12 % 14 % there's no Democratic Party and I'll tell you right now he's doing much
A highlight from MONEY REIMAGINED: CBDCs Unleashed: Changing Finance for All!
"You're listening to Coindesk's Money Reimagined with Michael Casey and Sheila Warren. Hello and welcome to Money Reimagined. I'm Sheila Warren. A reminder, you can listen to us weekly on the Coindesk Podcast Network or wherever you get your podcasts. And we'd love to hear from you. Tell us what you think. You can email us at podcasts at coindesk .com with the subject line, Money Reimagined. I'm in Washington, DC this week at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's annual legislative conference, which is taking place at Walter Washington Convention Center. The theme is curing our democracy, protecting our freedoms, and I am extremely grateful to be invited to participate in this event. But our topic today is much broader than that. I'm joined by Carmel Cadet, who's the founder and CEO of Mtek, which is a New York -based fintech startup with the goal to rebuild central banking infrastructure for the Web3 era. Now, Carmel and I have had the opportunity to speak many times in the past, including when she was instrumental in developing the world's very first national digital currency, the Bahamian Sand Dollar, which many of you will be familiar with from discussions we've had on it on this show. That was her first big government project. But since then, she's signed on six other central banks in the Caribbean and Africa and has plans to onboard more to their platform and their regulatory sandbox design offerings. I'm really looking forward to Carmel joining me today to talk about the advances in central bank digital currencies and CBDCs, particularly how they're being used by diaspora populations and how we're thinking about this opportunity and this technology in spaces that don't necessarily get the attention of groups like the Bureau of International Sutterments, the BIS, or even, frankly, the U .S. government. So, Carmel, welcome. Let's start off by just a little bit by way of background. Tell us, this is an interesting thing, an unusual thing to have gotten so deeply engaged with. And what was the moment when you kind of realized, hey, digital currency is something really critical and important? Your background, of course, you grew up in Haiti. I'd love to hear a little bit about how all that came together to make you the ambassador for this technology opportunity that you are today. Yeah, I never thought I would actually play that role, but I'm happy to be here. So, as you mentioned, my name is Carmel Cadet. I'm the founder and CEO of EmTech. It started really with my story. I'm originally from Haiti, born and raised. And when I migrated to the U .S., I became fascinated by the concept of financial markets, the access to credit cards, the access to mortgage, and car loans, and student loans, and realized that how access to capital and access to money really impacts lives. So, when you think about helping people out of poverty, it's one thing to do aid, but it's another thing to really build a better infrastructure that are more long -term, better institutions, and better access to financial markets, more importantly. So, I was really curious about that, but I didn't know what to do about it at the time I was 17. So, my mom told me to go to school and get a job. In the meantime, as I figure it out, but sure enough, my background is in corporate finance. I ended up lending. But before that, one of my first job was as a teller at a credit union. This is one of those jobs you get to see how people experience money. Day -to -day, paycheck to paycheck, every Friday, every two Fridays, people have a different experience in how their lives are changed with the fact that they get paid, or sometimes when they lose their job as far as how that impacts their lives. Then I got into mortgage underwriting, got to see how the credit system works in the U .S. How do you provide credit? How do you buy houses? How do you get home equity lines of credit? And how do you build value and invest in other properties? I've seen so many different lives changed by financial services. Yet again, I did not know what to do about it, but I landed an internship at IBM. I spent 10 years at IBM. This is where I fell in love with technology. So marrying the two, fast forward to around 2017, IBM was launching the IBM blockchain division. For me, I heard about blockchain before I heard about Bitcoin, believe it or not. The ability to use a technology that really flattens out the intermediaries or the models that you get access to financial services is something that I really, really got excited about because a lot of the policies over the years have changed the makeup of the financial industry in a lot of emerging markets. If you think about Basel III, if you think about the de -risking of a lot of countries, I've seen the results of that, kind of how more and more people in emerging markets did not have access to banking services. And that impacted my family. That impacted how we sent money and how much it costs us to send money back home. And the idea of using technology, I got to see that from IBM. IBM builds just amazing, big technology that impacts the world, so much so that you don't even feel it. You don't even see IBM everywhere, but IBM runs just about everything that we run on and that we use. I fell in love with that concept and blockchain for me was the first technology that really made sense for me for how to do that. So the very simple concept that ignited my curiosity to go into this space is to say, you know, we've been waiting for the banks to bank the unbanked. This is something that different policies and different efforts have tried to drive. And even if you think about Senator Sherrod Brown's bill around fed dollar accounts, the idea of forcing the banks to provide a digital cash or a fed dollar account to unbanked users or low deposit holders, it was a debt on arrival type of proposal because commercial banks would never have the incentive to do something like this. And the fact that I worked at a retail bank and a commercial bank, I understood the business model very clearly. So what blockchain represented for me was really an idea. What if we take the most used asset that people use every day and trust every day, especially those in emerging markets, which is paper cash, what if we digitize it with blockchain? Could we provide financial inclusion by design and having people be part of a digital financial service infrastructure that could be built on and give them an access to a new world? And that's around the time where I got the opportunity. I saw the RFP from Central Bank of Bahamas. And of course, I'm from the Caribbean. I got super excited. I cannot tell you. I remember the first time meeting that RFP, when Central Bank of Bahamas said that they're looking for a blockchain solution to modernize their overall payment infrastructure to drive financial inclusion across 700 islands that make up the Bahamas. I don't think most people know that. It seems like one island is 700 islands. So that was a moment for me. And sure enough, with no architecture, with no reference at the time, me and my team at IBM got together, found partners to work with, and really pitch an idea that the Central Bank of Bahamas ended up really selecting and has now deployed. And I just came back from the CBDC conference in Istanbul, where they were presenting their efforts and their progress. And I think they're one of the shining stars. Yeah, well, I would agree in part because they were the first in part because to your point, it really was about inclusion by design, not just laying over, I use this example a lot, the way that roads were built in Boston and Cambridge is they just saw where the cows were walking and laid down concrete, basically, right, or whatever was used at the time paving. And I think the Central Bank of the Bahamas did not do that. Their goal was actually to create a system that was better in some ways, not just digitize the existing system. And I do think we've seen some other efforts at CBDCs really just digitizing existing systems, not interrogating those systems in the way that I think you and the bank did. But I've got a million directions we could go. But let's start with let's start with this. Because it would be interesting, actually, I could see how you'd be interested in something like a Bitcoin or something like that. Instead, the idea of paper cash was the most compelling thing. Can you just talk about how a how you see CBDC is playing out in the broader digital currency landscape? But also, why that? Like, why fiat, right? Like, why your approach focusing on that specific opportunity as opposed to the broader, let's say, you know, crypto opportunity, or even, I mean, as we were so ended up in the IBM Blockchain division, looked at blockchain in different use cases, so global trade, food provenance, and different application of technology. When it came to financial services, of course, Bitcoin was the first use case that really broad gained visibility and broad access and even fame, if you will, as a token, but in itself, what we continue to see is one, the learning curve on how to get into Bitcoin. I remember how proud I was when I was there. Oh, yeah.
Bidenflation Causes Drastic Number of Americans to Live in Poverty
"Stark increase from 2021 when 7 .8 percent lived in the poverty level. Now think about that when he says, it's working. Binomics is working. And the Democrats go on even they tell you what a success it is, how the economy is doing great. 2022, 12 .4 percent of the population lived at or below the poverty level. 2021 it was 7 .8 percent that is a massive increase. Now the data also found that inflation surges outpaced the average pay raises of workers in 2022, counting for the third consecutive year under Biden, that paychecks didn't go as far as they once did. Inflation adjusted median household income suffered 3 percent decline, adjusting to $74 ,580 in 2022. Now compared to 2021, the average was 76 ,330. It has fallen by 4 .7 percent since its high point in 2019, a year before Biden took office. In addition, the consumer price index was 6 .5 percent higher than last year, according to a report released by the Labor Department. Since Biden took office, inflation has risen 13 .7 percent since the beginning of the pandemic. Pretty damnable, don't you think? If the Republicans could stop fighting with each other, they may actually have a case here. But God, Biden continues to as like Americans, insisting his economic plan works. Quote, this morning we have some good news, he said recently. stop fighting with each For American workers and families. Well, the American people aren't
A highlight from 1255. CBDC's vs Stablecoins U.S. Hearing | FULL BREAKDOWN
"All right, so today we're going to dive into CBDCs, stablecoins, and a hearing. All of this happening around what this might look like, both in the government -issued CBDC or possibly even the private sector. I'm going to break it all down for you. We've got a ton of clips. You guys don't want to miss it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back in a Tech Path. All right. We're going to get started here. This is a pretty big hearing. It goes through a lot around the development of CBDCs and whether or not central bank digital currency in case you guys are brand new to our channel and don't understand what that is. You're going to learn a lot here about what's happening with electronic money for you and possibly a controlled state money at some point. This is coming over from the Financial Services Committee. This is a hearing entitled Digital Dollar Dilemma, the Implications of a Central Bank Digital Currency and Private Sector Alternatives. And that's really kind of the crux of the matter. We're going to go into it. There are several people that are in this hearing. We'll break down each one of them, give you guys a shortened version because this is multi -hours that we've boiled down into about 12 minutes of clips. You're going to love it. All right, so let's go to our first clip right here, kind of give an intro. Let's check this one out. We're here to better understand what central bank digital currencies are and the concept of digital money to compare CBDCs to privately issued payment stablecoins. So let me be unequivocally clear here for this audience. There is no support for a CBDC in Congress except from those on the fringes who think somehow a CBDC might be an amazing solution to many unstated global problems. Several members, Mr. Emmer, Mr. Mooney, Mr. Auchincloss, and I have introduced bills stating that the Federal Reserve does not have the authority to issue a U .S. CBDC. I particularly want to say thank you to Mr. Auchincloss, Mr. Torres, and Mr. Nickel for their work on our bill and demonstrating that this isn't a controversial or partisan point of view. All right, so you may want to look at some of the bills that they've introduced. I'll just cut back to this page here on McHenry's website here. So they have the House Bill 3402, which is the power of the Mint Act, the Digital Dollar Prevention Act, and also the CBDC Anti -Surveillance State Act. That's what he is mentioning there. So I want to go to this next clip that goes into a little bit deeper around how this hearing is going to play out. Listen in. There are many myths surrounding CBDCs, and I will use my time to discuss what I consider the three most important. First, issuing a CBDC would not help preserve the status of the United States dollar. It would likely damage it. The dollar's renowned status is owed to the strength of the American economy and its legal protections for private citizens relative to many other countries. Anyone who wants to use the dollar would lose a layer of protection from that type of government abuse. The second myth is that a CBDC would expand financial inclusion by providing a new source of financial services for America's unbanked and underbanked populations. That unbanked and underbanked Americans primarily are in that situation because either they don't have enough money to have an account or they don't want to give their personal information to a bank or the government. While some proponents argue that a CBDC lowers the cost of providing financial services, that's true only if the government subsidizes those costs or chooses to waive the same level of regulatory scrutiny it requires of private firms. It's also the one that causes those unbanked Americans to say they don't trust banks. All right. So as you can kind of see, he's setting up the committee or the hearing, I should say, to really kind of frame it because there is a good guy and a bad guy in this. I think you'll start to picture it out. But Norbert actually coming in from the Cato Institute does do a good job of kind of setting the stage. Let's go to our next clip. This is going to be our clip three. And in this clip, it's going to get into where the abuse could come from. Listen in. There is no discernible reason for the United States to move toward a CBDC right now. So if the liabilities with CBDC increase, so too must the Fed's assets. The Fed could buy more Treasury securities to match CBDC, but that could possibly invite pressure on the Fed to issue more CBDCs to, in turn, absorb more government debt. And overall, that dynamic could further erode the limited fiscal discipline that we have remaining. All right. So a lot's already on the Fed's plate. They already have to deal with inflation they're dealing with. Now they probably have to go into where they're realizing the management of a central bank digital currency. Again, these are the challenges, I think, that would occur and would create that abuse that we see in government agencies so often. I think as you look at not only the scenario, because in this particular hearing, there's quite a few people against the CBDCs, but there still are people that are vying for CBDCs and how that plays out. Let's get into the banking industry, and I want to go to this next clip, our clip four, that talks about the banking industry and how they'd be affected. Listen in. We believe that at this point, there is little evidence that a CBDC would bring measurable benefits to the U .S. economy or consumers. A so -called flight to quality is something that we fear would be almost inevitable. In times particularly of financial stress or instability, a CBDC would be viewed likely as the ultimate safe asset, and depositors would likely be incentivized to pull the deposits out of the banking system and put them into CBDCs as a safe asset, which would reduce the availability of deposits available to lend out and, moreover, increase the cost of credit. Banks have led numerous efforts to improve the speed and security of payments. Zelle is another example of bank -led innovation. A bank -owned peer -to -peer payment service through which transferred funds are available almost immediately. All right. So a couple of things there, you know, she did hit, remember, she's representing the banking industry. So if CBDCs were to come to light, the banking industry would cause, I think it would be somewhat of a collapse overall. And she is correct, is that the reduction of deposits in any kind of pressured economy would fly to, you know, a capital that feels more secure, feels more secure. And this would essentially crater the economy through the lack of business credit, the lack of liquidity in the markets, and essentially a disruption completely of the banking system. Now, that may be the evil plan. We don't know. But I think the banks are going to fight this pretty, pretty hard. She mentioned Zelle, which is absolutely a no -go. I mean, Zelle is absolutely trash. It is not a platform. I think that's where blockchain starts to play into an opportunity for these digital payment systems to be implemented, providing that we can get some clarity on the legislative landscape. Let's go over to our next clip, which is our clip five. This is talking about eCash, which is their idea of a solution. Listen in. I worry about some of the recent false narratives and fear mongering, much of which has been fueled by the crypto industry itself. That fear mongering around a CBDC being weaponized as a tool for government surveillance or control. This is why I've introduced the eCash Act. This bill directs the Treasury to design and pilot a digital version of cash and would complement the Fed -issued CBDC. It would allow individuals to make instant peer -to -peer payments with no consumer data or transaction tracking and without the use of a bank account. Today, I support the call for a digital dollar system, including CBDC, Fed accounts and eCash. When discussing privacy, the digital dollar system and CBDC should be compared to the existing systems that we are already using. We envision hardware devices, so those can be cards similar in size to an existing debit or credit card, or they can be secured SIM cards or something like it on a phone that would enable hardware -based transactions and for people to make payments as they do today with paper cash for everyday things without fear of government or corporate surveillance, which occurs in tandem when we use digital payments today. All right, so this is the official site of the eCash Act, and it gets into some of the detail that they're talking about, but there's a lot of problems with this. One item, replicate the anonymity and privacy -respecting features of physical cash, okay. To the greatest extent reasonably practically possible. So this is telling me maybe they don't have the full case of anonymity and privacy worked out just yet. Secured hardware issued and or authorized by the government, that's another issue that would be a problem.
A highlight from Why Tucker Carlson is a Bitcoiner | EP 825
"Yeah, welcome to Simply Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin and religion of carbon making news called Traumatic Warfare. We will be your guide through the separation of money and state before anyone makes fun of me in the chat. My mother -in -law got me these like blue light blocker glasses and I put them on last night and I felt like immediate relief and there's like different shades for it. So like these are like nighttime when the TV is there and then these are like right before you're gonna go to sleep but apparently these are for daytime. Anyways, they're badass, your eyes literally feel like they're relaxing and Opti of course is already trolling me and as well, I'm sure the chat is as well. So that's why I'm wearing these, maybe I'll continue wearing, they feel good, I'm on my computer all day, you know what, I don't care at this point. Anyways guys, today's gonna be a great, great show, orange tinted glasses, I didn't think about that. Today's gonna be a great show, we're gonna talk about the man, the myth, the legend, Tucker Carlson himself. His show last night that he released on Twitter, which I highly, highly recommend, actually has last time I checked, 320 million views, it beat the interview that he did with Donald Trump by like 100 million views. And once again, you have a politician, right, so Justin Trudeau is basically gaslighting saying like, you know, we have to put price controls on the grocery stores for raising the prices and all that stuff. But you have a politician who is literally identifying the problem, he's literally saying the government is the problem, the money printing is the problem, the government is the sole cause of these things. You have an Austrian economist who has a really good opportunity, really good shot at winning the presidency. And why I believe this video was so popular was the same reason as to why I believe that video Richmond, North of Richmond, went viral the way it did. People are feeling the pain, people are questioning the current system, and people are desperately seeking an alternative, which is why I believe this this hardcore libertarian Austrian economist has a really good shot at winning the presidency in Argentina, and the country is currently dealing with 100 % inflation, like, like, obviously, people are questioning it. And when you have a politician who's actually identifying the real cause of inflation, like people put two and two together, right? Javier Meli wouldn't be popular if he didn't strike a nerve. Richmond North of Richmond wouldn't have gone viral, right? Without any of the marketing and any of the push by the big studios, it was just basically a very small studio, it's a guy in his backyard with his dog, literally singing into a microphone. That would not have gone viral if it did not resonate with people, if people weren't feeling the pain that he was feeling, right? So this is, we are living through, in my opinion, the separation of money and state. All these roads, like even if Oliver Anthony, and even if, you know, Javier Meli, you know, and we know he likes Bitcoin, but you know, he wants to dollarize the country, all roads eventually lead to Bitcoin. Some people take the longer road, some people take the shorter road, but eventually it all leads to the inevitable conclusion that we have to separate money from state, because as long as the state has the privilege of being able to create money for free that everyone else has to work for, they will abuse that privilege to benefit themselves and benefit their friends at the expense of everyone else. And this is exactly what Bitcoin fixes. So this is really, really exciting times. Tucker, I don't think he would be at this point if it wasn't with the conversations that he had with Naeem Bukhale. Tucker would not be at this point if it wasn't, if he didn't have the conversations with Michael Saylor. Tucker would not be at this point if he didn't have the conversations with Max Keiser. And even though he was the most popular broadcaster on the legacy corporate media, his words were so dangerous that they had to fire the guy. And that makes sense. Look at all the other articles that are that's coming out of the legacy corporate media attacking Naeem Bukhale, attacking Javier Milli. Because I think they're exposing the fraud that is fiat money and the fraud that is the current established system anyways, it's going to be a great show before we get to it. I want to bring up my legendary co -hosts. We're both wearing glasses now, Opti. Opti was making, I was telling you hard, it's so much fun of me in the beginning, but I'm going to buy you a pair. You're going to be you're never going to take off anymore because I need the colorblind one. Your eyes are literally going to relax, bro. Like your eyes are literally like look at my eyes are like relaxing right now. They're like they're like, oh, like I don't even know what that means that your eyes feel relief. Like you don't even know what that means, bro. I have no idea. I've never looked as cool as you do right now with those glasses on. So I wouldn't know. I wouldn't know. But anything anyways to the opening monologue, which was great, very, very eloquent. And you had that politician rhetoric going right there. I really liked it. I really enjoyed it. One of the things that's pretty crazy is the fact that Tucker got so many views on this. What what I don't know what it is now, but last time I checked, it was like three twenty two, three hundred twenty two million. Like that's damn near the whole U .S. population. And we all know that Fox wasn't getting to every single person in the U .S. Obviously, it's global. But that reach that Tucker has on Twitter or X is just it's absolutely crazy. And this goes back to what we keep saying all the time of breaking the echo chamber and planting these ideas. And of course, Tucker doesn't have to go full Bitcoin maxi like we do on our show. But the fact he's having these conversations, I think does feel like a shift in the zeitgeist and people are waking up. And we've been kind of covering pinpoints and receipts about this constantly, whether it's the song, whether it's a post that I did yesterday in the culture, whether it's the tick tock videos, like people are feeling the pain and they're asking the questions. And so, you know, the soil is right for people to understand Bitcoin and for everyone to get on the Bitcoin standard. So it's just, wow, three hundred and thirty five million views now. OK, the Overton window is crazy, man, is shifting, man. People are sick and tired. People are sick and tired of the gaslighting. You had Opti's ex -girlfriend literally telling people that the cause of inflation is because workers are asking for more salary. Like it's absurd. Anyways, we do have a very special guest today. We have James from Stamp Seed and we're going to talk about the stamp seed before. Look, I got to show off my stamp seed hammer. Look at this thing. Nice. There you go. We got we got to we got to stamp seed hammers. So I'm very excited for the culture. We're going to talk about the stamp seed, why you should back up your Bitcoin wallet seed words on titanium, one of the strongest metals on planet Earth. Is that is that correct, James? That's correct. One hundred percent. Yeah, man. So we're going to we're going to we're going to. We're going to dive deep into all that. And I know a lot of you guys I know that you did you guys did a lot of the stress testing. I think it was Lop that did some of the stress testing comments. Migo, you remind me of Bono from YouTube. It's true, but I don't think Bono was wearing these. I think Bono was wearing these for stylistic reasons. I'm wearing these so that my eyes could relax from the from the evil blue light that's coming out of my screen anyways. So, yeah, you guys did a lot of stress testing on the stamp seed. That's correct, right? Yeah. We haven't had Lop stress tested yet. I think that's in the works right now. But we tested ourselves in house, various different sources of heat. One of them was a blowtorch, which is similar to Elon Musk, not a flamethrower, which is reaching temperatures triple the average house fire. This is one of the plates that we had stress tested. You can see it's been burnt to a crisp. That's why there's all that discoloration. We marred it up. So where you can see those hammer marks are hit. You can still see your letters. It might not come out too clear in the camera. Bent it, crushed it, you know, being that it's one solid piece and your letters are stamped deep into the metal when you bend it. Things aren't going to. There you go. Look at that. Look at that. Yeah. Things aren't going to fall apart. You know, there's no loose pieces, no loose tiles, you know, Scrabble pieces, I like to call them. Everything's in there. Yeah. Like this is like as if your house caught on fire that elephants stamped on the ruins afterwards. Yeah, right. This is what this looks like. Yeah. Or if you know your house, you know, you have two floors, maybe the first floor collapses during that fire. And, you know, you have some crushing issues on top of it. But chances are things like that hopefully aren't happening to most people. But if they do, you're secure. If they do, your money, your generational wealth is protected. Anyways, guys, let's jump into the numbers. I want to talk about Tucker. I want to talk about with about everything that's been happening. Let's check it out. The Bitcoin numbers, is your Bitcoin and cold storage really secure? Is your seed phrase really secure? Stamped seeds do it yourself kit has everything you need to hammer your seed words into commercial grade titanium plates instead of just writing them on paper. Don't store your generational wealth on paper. Paper is prone to water damage, fire damage. You want to put your generational wealth on one of the strongest metals on planet Earth titanium. Your words are actually stamped into this metal plate with this hammer and these letter stamps. And once your words are in, they aren't going anywhere. No risk of the plate breaking apart and pieces falling everywhere. Titanium stamp seeds will survive nearly triple the heat produced by a house fire. They're also crush proof, waterproof, non -corrosive and time proof. All things that paper is not allowing you to huddle your Bitcoin with peace of mind for the long haul. Stamp your seed on stamp seed. All right, guys, I literally made it super easy for you guys. You can scan the QR code on your screen. It'll take you directly to the stamp seed website and you can use promo code simply to get 15 percent off any of the stamp seed products. And I know you guys are doing custom back plates, too. I saw some that were really bad ass. Yeah. So do you have one, by the way, on hand? I do, actually.
"population" Discussed on Living to 100 Club
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"population" Discussed on Living to 100 Club
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"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"So please <Speech_Telephony_Male> folks be careful. <Speech_Male> Is this something <Speech_Male> that you would consume? <Speech_Male> And if <SpeakerChange> so, <Speech_Male> what does it do? <Speech_Telephony_Male> Well, <Speech_Telephony_Male> it boosts boost <Speech_Telephony_Male> your immunization <Speech_Telephony_Male> system for one <Speech_Telephony_Male> thing and <Speech_Telephony_Male> is considered an <Speech_Telephony_Male> antioxidant <Speech_Telephony_Male> and a very strong <Speech_Telephony_Male> antioxidant which <Speech_Telephony_Male> means it could <Speech_Telephony_Male> slow down and <Speech_Telephony_Male> maybe even reverse <Speech_Telephony_Male> aging. <Speech_Telephony_Male> So <Speech_Telephony_Male> there's just lots of benefits <Speech_Telephony_Male> that have been accredited <Speech_Telephony_Male> to it. <Speech_Telephony_Male> But again, just <Speech_Telephony_Male> be careful, <SpeakerChange> make sure <Speech_Telephony_Male> you get in the real stuff. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yes. Well, Jim, <Speech_Male> I definitely <Speech_Male> appreciate <Silence> this. It was <Speech_Male> definitely <Speech_Male> a great <Speech_Male> night for me. Is <Speech_Male> there anything you would <Speech_Male> like to <SpeakerChange> say to <Speech_Male> the audience before we head <Speech_Telephony_Male> out? Well, <Speech_Telephony_Male> we've covered <Speech_Telephony_Male> some pretty <Speech_Telephony_Male> good territory here. <Speech_Telephony_Male> I think <Speech_Telephony_Male> all I would say is, <Speech_Telephony_Male> look, don't take <Speech_Telephony_Male> my word for any of <Speech_Telephony_Male> this stuff. I mean, <Speech_Telephony_Male> don't listen to anything, <Speech_Telephony_Male> but don't believe <Speech_Telephony_Male> distrust <Speech_Telephony_Male> authority. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Question <Speech_Telephony_Male> all authority. <Speech_Telephony_Male> And <Speech_Telephony_Male> that includes <Speech_Telephony_Male> politicians <Speech_Telephony_Male> and doctors and preachers <Speech_Telephony_Male> and everybody else. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Don't <Speech_Telephony_Male> just flatly <Speech_Telephony_Male> believe it. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Use that God given <Speech_Telephony_Male> computer in your <Speech_Telephony_Male> head, call your brain. <Speech_Telephony_Male> And then <Speech_Telephony_Male> study out some <Speech_Telephony_Male> of this stuff. Read, <Speech_Telephony_Male> surf the net. <Speech_Telephony_Male> Look <Speech_Telephony_Male> up things that you're <Speech_Telephony_Male> wondering about and <Speech_Telephony_Male> try to get to the <Speech_Telephony_Male> basics and <Speech_Telephony_Male> the truth of everything. <Speech_Telephony_Male> And then act <Speech_Telephony_Male> on it on your own. <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> Because <Speech_Telephony_Male> there's more of us <Speech_Telephony_Male> than there are them <Speech_Telephony_Male> and we're getting <Silence> smarter every <Speech_Telephony_Male> day <Speech_Telephony_Male> and <Speech_Telephony_Male> we could go on <Speech_Telephony_Male> and be <Speech_Telephony_Male> good <Speech_Telephony_Male> citizens <Speech_Telephony_Male> and try to take this <Silence> country <SpeakerChange> into a <Speech_Telephony_Male> better tomorrow. <Speech_Male> Well said, Wilson, <Speech_Male> thank <Speech_Male> you, and I hope to have you <Speech_Telephony_Male> back on again. <Silence> Adios. Adios, <Speech_Male> my friend. <Speech_Male> And that ladies <Speech_Male> and gentlemen was Jim <Speech_Male> Mars <Speech_Male> and Jim's <Speech_Male> website is <Speech_Male> Jim Mars <Speech_Female> dot com, <Speech_Male> which <Speech_Male> as you heard, you can also <Speech_Male> find his book at Jim <Speech_Male> Mars dot com <Speech_Male> or you <Speech_Male> can find it at <Speech_Male> the far side <Speech_Male> TV <Speech_Male> slash PC, <Speech_Male> which is short <Speech_Male> for population <Speech_Male> control. <Speech_Music_Male> Well folks for <Speech_Music_Male> now, I bid you <Speech_Music_Male> all a <Speech_Music_Male> kind. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> Farewell.
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Organic eating organic foods. All about in the country. So it's easy for me to go to some of the local farm farmers markets and I get really fresh stuff, you know? And it's really been beneficial. So there are ways of doing these things, but you have to take charge of it yourself. You can't trust the so called authorities because they're bought and paid for by the corporate interest. Yes. There's a lot of commercials going on right now. It's especially with hardee's and I think it's also called Carl's junior where there's these models, scantily clad, eating hamburgers, you know, and after the commercials over with, I would look at my wife and I tell her, I don't know why, but I need a hamburger right now. That's right. And that's not even venturing to guess that there's subliminal advertising in there, you know? I know when I was a young guy in the 50s, they came in advanced Packard came out with the hidden persuaders. And it was all about how they had movies and stuff. I mean, I think they're still doing it. Although they talked about it back then, the subliminal advertising, where like on a movie, they will have a just a frame or two, it goes faster than your conscious mind can perceive it. What your subconscious mind picks it up. And I mean, have you ever had the experience of going to see a movie? And you just had dinner, a nice dinner. And you're good. Are you going to sit down and pretty soon they're showing the previews and they're showing a little thing. So I'll go to the snack bar. And all of a sudden it's like, I gotta have some popcorn. That's probably because they had a subliminal frame come up that says by popcorn in your subconscious gets it in the next thing, you know, you're out in line with popcorn. I never had that trouble. We get the popcorn before we go down to the theater. There you go. Jim, your website is Jim Mars dot com. That is with two R's. So everybody knows. And your latest book is population control health corporate owners are killing us. They can find that at Amazon and can they find it also on your website? My website, Jim Mars dot com,.
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Loans. It can probably be somewhat damaging. But I swear, the cancer rate went up and the death into sema right went up and all of this had health problems went way up when they started putting filter tips with chemicals in it and the cigarettes and asbestos fibers in the paper so it'll slow down the burn. So the cigarette last longer, okay? Now think about it. It's bestest. Holy cow. You can't build anything with his bestest today because it's been proven to be a carcinogenic. And they're putting as far as I know, they're still putting as best as fibers in cigarette paper just to make it burn more smoothly and evenly. No wonder everybody's getting cancer. And again, again, you know, the question would be, do they not realize what they're doing? Do they not realize the danger of putting asbestos in your cigarettes? And most people say, well, it's just corporate greed and ignorance and stupidity. I go watch that further. I think that people who actually control the multinational corporations, they want to reduce the population. And so they do stuff like that. And they allow it to go on. And they even instigated. And what they're doing is not only calling the very weakest of society, the very young, the very old. But everybody in between is getting sick. Cancer, of course, is going through the roof. And they profit from that. They profit because they own the pharmaceutical corporations and the big corporations that are into chemotherapy, unlike that. And so, you know, they keep they keep bulking the public for millions and millions of dollars, and yet they never seem really interested in finding a cure for cancer, even though there was a doctor Warburg in the 1930s who finally figured out that cancer cells can not grow. In fact, they die in a non acidic environment. And how do you not have enough sea environment? You cut down on your sugars. And that's all in the world it is. In fact, what he said was that an alkaline system will keep your system alkaline, you're not going to have cancer, because it can't live in it. But if you have an acidic system, that's where the cancer cells are allowed to grow. And how do you get acidic system by eating sugar? All right. And we all our country, we can consume more sugar than probably any other nation on the world. And breads. That turns into acid in your stomach. And so, you know, that's why these people are going on these vegetarian diets, eating fruits and vegetables, cutting down on the meat and staying away from the breads and the pastas, they don't seem to have the problem with cancer that everybody else does. Well, I'll probably have a problem with cancer because I love my fried chicken, anything that's fried, you know, that's just heaven to me. I understand I'm the same way. I mean, I'm a Texan. I grew up on chicken fried steak. Hey, potatoes, you know? Bob, you can balance it, okay? I'm certainly not saying, hey, I like a steak as good as anybody else, not certainly..
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Right now you hear all this bad talk about Monsanto, but I want to tell you the worst things you can hear about Monsanto is not even bad enough. That's one of the most evil dangerous corporations in the world. And here's one reason herbicide roundup, which has been foisted off on almost all American farmers. They're putting it on all our food crops. And it has been shown to be not only a carcinogenic according to the world health center. But I'm looking at a graph here that was prepared by the individuals of learning disabilities act. And they traced from 1990 to 2010, the rise in the use of herbicide with site. And then they track on a red line, the rise of autism and a match. They parallel all the way up. So in other words, it is this that's causing so many kids to be autistic. In fact, the eye quote in my book, a MIT research scientist named doctor Stephanie Senate who says at today's rate by 2025, one and every two children will be autistic. She says, in my view, the situation is almost beyond repair. We need to do something drastic. And she is connected autism also to glyphosate major ingredient of her Monsanto's roundup. But of course Monsanto is such a worldwide ridge corporation that it'll be like cigarettes. It will take years for us to finally understand that this is really harmful and that it's really hurting people. And by that time, they will have moved on to something else. And that reminds me of something too bob and I'm sure you remember this. I know how you are, but you can sound like grown man's I'm sure you remember when on TV. We would see advertisements on TV and movie stars. Humphrey Bogart and Lucille Ball and doctors,.
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Yeah, he was probably a two horn played a dictator, but he was our ten hoarded didn't play the dictator. And he did hold all of those various factions in Iraq together. And what did we do? We go and invade that country with no declaration of war and a country that had done nothing to us. None of the attackers on 9 11 were Iraqis. In fact, most of them were Saudis, oops. Our best allies in the Middle East. What does that mean? But anyway, so we attack. And then what do we do? We rampage through Iraq, dismantle the Iraqi military, but we let them keep all their arms. Man, that was just, you know, that's gorilla fighters waiting to go. It's just incredible. We can't seem to do anything right, except that's on the surface. Yes..
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Can I say that? Well, because here's the deal. There's, again, there's about 7 and a half billion people in the world today. If we provided each and every one of them with about 2000 ft² living space, hey, 2000 ft² apartment 2000 ft² home. Not bad. And if everybody got a 2000 foot home, they could all live comfortably enough in the state of Texas. Nobody else in the whole world. So there's not truly in overpopulation problem. The problem is, is that the 7.5 billion people, the bulk of them are crammed into these giant cities. And that's what creates problems. Congestion, crime, poverty. You name it. Well, I think we do have an over consumption problem. Where we over consume, especially in this nation, we over consume food, we throw food away that, you know, a hungry person could eat that. I know, isn't that amazing? I mean, while we're talking here and while you're listeners are listening to us, we don't like to think about it, but we actually kind of know in the back of our mind that there are literally thousands and perhaps millions of children starving to death right now on the world. Now I don't want that. I know you don't want that. I doubt anybody listening watch that. So why is it that way? Well, I'll tell you because once you get past the old rationalizations like well, there's politics and it's transportation. And there is money. And that no, it's that way, because some where somebody wants it that way. If nobody wanted it that way, it wouldn't be that way, would it? And bob, I'm telling you, that is not only proof of conspiracy. That is proof of the greatest conspiracy going on today. With the technology that we have today, I'm always hearing about humanitarian aid being sent over to other countries. But if you look at some of the countries where they don't have water and they're starving, the technology we have today, we can go there, we can help them with their water issues. We can help them planting foods. Right. Instead of sending drones over these third world countries in bombing cities and villages that we don't like, why don't we just gather up all the food that the restaurants in the United States throw away every day and then go use those drones to dump food to those people, okay? Now think about this extend that just for a minute. They get free food and now everybody they get to eat better, they become more healthy and now I ask you, remember they'll learn, are you going to bite the hand that feeds you? Are they going to come attack us because we're feeding them? No. Now they attack us because we attack them..
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Now, when I first began reading your book population control, there was something that started going through my mind. It was a movie from the 70s, I believe it was Logan's run. Which was about population control that once you got to 30 years of age, you either died or you had to run away. Right. I was just thinking from everything reading on your book, it almost seems like we might be going to that type of society that once we get to a certain age or if we're undesirable such as someone's a drug user or poor, they could just say, you don't belong here anymore. You're going out. You know bob, it seems to me just pretty well described ObamaCare, they talk about the debt panels, which is a little bit of high power, but yet I, myself, run into this and a lot of people I know you get you get 60, 65 years old, send me and you have a health problem. And if it's going to be long-term and costly, they say, no, we're not going to cover you. Just go home and die. You know, that's pretty much the way it is. And that's not the way it has been in the past. It's really an amazing thing. And I now have very close friend who is really a very poor person. And she's continually kept poor because she has to pay hundreds of dollars in fans because she can not qualify for health insurance. Excuse me here for a minute, folks, but that is bullshit. I always said it was bullshit. They are finding us pretty much if you decide not to get on ObamaCare, not the good health insurance. You're being fined, and there's a possibility of you serving jail time as well. That is unconstitutional. Well, so much they're doing today is unconstitutionally, weighing some of it's just absolutely idiotic. I mean, I can't even believe like they haven't a court over there in the east coast somewhere because they want to put a transgender transgender guy in the girls locker room and they're protesting in the ACL use his own..
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Overpopulation is definitely the most important issue facing the world today. And just to show that he's not being rhetorical about it at one point, he said, quote, in the event that I'm reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus in order to contribute something to solve over population. It wants us dead. And if you check out the Georgia Guidestones that granted monument in Georgia that has kind of been put up several years ago under somewhat mysterious circumstances, the fellow who commissioned it sandy gave a false name and they don't really know who is behind it. But most people look at it as a guidepost for the new world order. And the very first ammunition is that we must hold the world's population to 500 million in fact it says states. It says maintain humanity under 500 million in perpetual balance with nature. Well, that sounds real warm and cozy. But wait a minute right now there's about 7.5 billion humans on this planet if we maintain the human population under 500 million was supposed to happen to the other 7 billion of us. Exactly. That's a 90% reduction, isn't it? Yeah. And the more important question, I think, is going to decide what happens to the other 90% of us. All right. And so this is something that we really need to start paying attention to. And they are just coming at us from all sides. They're trying to push through that trans Pacific partnership. And kind of like ObamaCare, they say, well, we have to pass it and approve it. And then we can find out what's in it. Now, how stupid is that? That's insane. I mean, bob, you know, if you go try to do anything legally and go to a lawyer, what's the first thing they tell you? They say read it, read the contract, you know. Make sure you know what it's in before you sign something. And yet on the Patriot Act and the Homeland Security creation of that administration, ObamaCare, the trans Pacific partnership. And I think even all the way back to some of those other trade agreements. They just pass them and they don't even read them. They just, you know, the top dogs say, well, it's good for the economy. So everybody goes, oh, okay. And yet what's in there is absolutely incredible. This transport specific partnership is going to grant international corporations more power over any national government. If they decide that the United States government and the Congress are acting on behalf of the people, have passed a law that somehow not damage their profit line under the trans Pacific partnership, they can go to a world corporate court and get those laws rescinded. In other words, we would have no longer would we have any kind of national sovereignty. That would go against the constitution, though. How would that work here? Well, what else has gone against the conspiracy? That's true. Let's start with the number one. Only Congress shall have the power to declare a war, says the constitution. And yet ever since Korea, we fought wars that are undeclared. And Congress, they might like to go for talking resolution. They wouldn't have law in that one declaring war. That was just a resolution saying, given lindon Johnson, the right to go wage the Vietnam War. And right now, at least George W. Bush got some kind of a resolution through some of the United Nations to go fight.
"population" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"From Nashville, Tennessee and broadcasting around the world. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the far side and my name is bob, bane. Joining us this evening is Jim Mars. Jim is an award winning journalist, he's written numerous books over the years, including our cultural history, crossfire, and the book that we will be discussing this evening is population control. How corporate owners are killing us, and without further ado, Jim, welcome to the far side. Well, it's certainly a pleasure to be with you, bob. It's a great honor. I've been following your work for years. And it is a true honor to be here with you this evening speaking with you. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And I'm especially think it's important for people to listen to what we have to say about population control because there's lots of topics that people are interested in sports and glamour and Hollywood politics. But I want to tell you, I think this goes beyond politics, it goes beyond even philosophy. We're talking here about actions that are being taken by the giant multinational corporations that are poisoning in our poisoning our water poisoning our food. And literally killing people. Literally. And the reason for that is because at the very top of the food chain, regardless of what you want to call them, the wealthy elite, the 1% as they occupy people, call it or the Illuminati or the new world order, whatever you want to call them. There are incredibly rich people who control the most important multinational corporations. And they are eugenicist. They believe in improving the human race. And they think that they have God or and right to rule and to just live a luxurious lifestyle based on their money. And that the rest of us don't really count. And so they have over the years determined that the worst problem in the world today is overpopulation. So they are determined to reduce the world population. Listen to what Bill Gates says. Listen to what Prince Philip of England has said. And he makes no bones about it..
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"I die that off. Like what do i care. I'm going to be dead all right now. Population talking about fucking more in this episode and you just forget populated episode. We gotta fucking do at least one time. So everything is. I think the whole world is trying to kill us. That's my point of view. I don't trust government officials. You can trust whatever you want. You gonna believe in whatever you want. I don't give a shit if you listen to this. You must enjoy us. But at the same time i say shit because i don i. I don't fucking now. I really care tom. it's time for us..
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Can die some fun though. Well i'll do it because you gotta do. You gotta do blonde. I right and then you can do. I wanted. I wanted to do blue. Do green. I wanted to know this discussing green. I looked at so many pictures of that and green. Always ends up looking like puke every single fucking dime. Very fucking rarely. Does green turnout especially done in your own basement. When you have that video all the fans that remember that. I post on that page. Is that billy hair during when we had locked down for like the first time the first time and i was like he's like i think i fucked up guys and i was like what the fuck man jones i hear with look fucks dark to it. That'd be so funny. I go to work at grows. Grow the fuck up. Let's do it all right. Bring your die over. Well we're both going to do it. I'll do it it's done we're doing on the we're doing grad to make sure we do it when you come on a friday night with me over when you're able to do that. No no we'll do it. Don't worry we'll figure out with. Like i was scared So like so eugenics was essentially like making the. That's what hitler was the the the the best beings so they would take with only and that's why they call though someone you blacks jews especially jewish people like the purpose because hitler wanted to create the great aryan race that was described in hitler episode him. No no we have one coming up. I can't fuck weird did it. No we do the heather mysteries of world war. We have actually another one coming out to can't we. We have an episode eventually coming out with a lot of feel we now know. We haven't talked any by the nazis and the call yet anyways this episode. But so they want to make. Essentially hitler's plan was to make a great race in and he wanted to only if your aryan descent that you're are german descent. Are you able to be part of the nacho regime and if you were anything different get fucking murdered right. So you jackson's was about was creating the purest breed of german. They could. And it's funny. When jesse owens ran and the olympics in germany he was a black guy. won all the races. And he's like maybe. I was wrong because like the fastest manner this black and he's like fucking rundown crushing and killing all a killing but murdering all the people in the race like really good fucking muscle genetics. They do if phenomenal muscle genetics. They're very like a lot faster than us. A lot stronger than us. So we'll get spirits. They believe that. I disliked breeding. And who knows. This is real. But like with lesser people sterile are with lesser people sterilized through processed food chemicals toxins and pharmaceuticals food with most of these. Most of these. Try to tie a large number conspiracies together resulting in web pages long full of dan's blocked tech's saying virtually nothing which is drew because that's what it is which is not sorry semi exactly what that is. It's a bunch of fucking nonsense. That tunnels factor. Why do i wanna learn from a history book. You know what i mean wanna. We said his story his story is no one else has story. It's is story is built on a bunch of fabrication of lies. That's why most people are taught in school. Don't know fucking anything because they don't actually read real books that are about real shit so they hear from the teacher like oh we help tornadoes and we gave them food on thanksgiving even though we fucking murder them all off so fuck fuck fucking. It's yeah. That was a big one was actually. I never got fucking lie. Yeah and everybody was harmony except for the native was fucking shaking. Because he was scared he was going to die as well and they gave him a blanket. Because he's so called shaking and then has smallpox on it and it kills him and then strange brew toxic about and on fox despite the enormous controversy that they generate the science is clear that. Gmo's are not safe course and says i says entre versi sorry this website. That controversy is safe. That's what the controversy is a fucking shit. No risk to health or either farmers humans animals. that's fucking bullshit. Well to be fair to be fair to be fair anyways to be fair. Gmo's not good for you to be fair fair. I'm well aware. And i'm on the side of the not good for you. But on the other hand they are fairly new and i don't think anyone's really died from them yet. That's bullshit because you would never know because it's a long term effect if you can prove long like death where abbas. That's what i'm saying. That's what i'm saying. Their brand new gm on santa rosa so the long term effect hasn't really kicked in yet. So we really truly don't know yet what they're gonna do you like vaping from vaping. It's so we might as well get into this. Like there's certain soft kill right is the way soft kill is a method of calling. The population keeps calling. Because calling is your calling out. The heard your thinning the herd from the less desirable. We want strong people that could build our buildings and agriculture. We make our farms run and all the strong people a broad last desired. This like bros. Me tommy and brad. Bryant is a holy fuck if you talk like that if i like. I haven't heard it for a little bit. But i had people instantly want y'all men men fucking for sure for sure i man like. Ask me my fucking woman. Or what are they. Save me and the girl fucking yeah me and my other me and my life. That's my life man. That's my life. Yeah mir mira her will hook up with you and we'll go down to the pool. Man all take off his shirt like vooc brothers babes dare dare and then i'm like. Yeah so we're talking with a conspiracy. Theory is like a nurse. Toxins to be selling a nerd. How did you nerd. Newer alert bro. Thought black man you might as well. You can't smoke a stogie and pop somali bro. Anyways so are we. Chemicals and pharmaceutical companies is all proved that there may be slowing killing us. Small toxins probably are. I'll fucking anymore man. I honestly you know what superset funding care anymore. I don't. I wanna have kids that i want to have them live in and sustain. I want my kids to be super happy wild. Why listen while. You're listening while i'm alive. I sure.
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"To work keep let him go to romania like fucking whatever but at the end of the day. I think it's kind of fucking because the all yellow woods shopping with the you know. The plane's coming in because a plane came in and out of three hundred passengers on it and quarter of them had covid. So maybe we should stop. If we're going to lockdown our fucking country for another thirty days why not stop the flights in and out of the country to prevent that they might. They might be now. He's we're going to try to test. Everybody fucking doug ford fucking bullshit fucked up anyway so and it is meant to like that. Eventually you know at the time the abol happen that it would thin the population out enough the useless eaters. Once again i would be free. For the main top tier people to kind of plunder. And be like fuck you. You don't get anything more and that's a big thing disease in. That's why this is such a relevant topic is because this is happening now and this is fucking weird. That is weird. The things appeared in probably was made a laboratory chance unless like that. I like their story though. I like someone eight a bat and then got her disease and then spread to other people and then just kept going one of the things so contagious and it got off the person and spread so rapidly by on the same. No even if you get it now there could be people in your household that just don't get it and that can happen eysenck matic which is which is what came from one guy and spread worldwide. But i can be so in close contact with somebody and stole a lab like he's in avengers like hooked up to fuck all the shit and building. He used the pain or no. I wanna vendors thanos being here. Here's the one true but he can gov all diseases in the world. Before weaponization of ebola became the scare of the week many conspiracy theory saw don aids. Aids is not as mysterious virus that easily transmitted in impossible to cure. It was easily transmitted as fucking coburn and impossible to cure. Even though they definitely have a cure because there was created a laboratory ninety seventy five cringe inside laboratory. So the theory go was at some point in the seventies the powers that decided to begin their final purge of humanity had eight developed as a plague that would race through humanity. Eliminate the undesirables so everybody died. No it means that they will take out the blacks hispanics and gays and no more than this but just left out. I knew what the but like that. That was like and i've said this before. My uncle has survive with hiv positive. For many years. I still the fact that s why people in the eighties when aids existed. That like i'm straight i'm not gonna get it and getting it like magic. Most people don't know this fucking guy but self title a famous underground rapper. His body he grew up working magic. Have it imagine most. I know the only thing i thought you were going to say magic. Johnson yeah yeah. That's what i was gonna say that's weird imagine mos- got it and even in self titles line. He's like a he got magic. Most midi how he is not an athletic or a faggot. If you wanted to crazy prophylactics was around like dad. How how is buddy. got it. And he wasn't gave everyone thought that aids was created. What big thing happened. Easy isn't that why wasn't the big turnover of god. You can be straight murdered. We know that we talked about that under easy episode but he was definitely murdered. But that's also we're ages the weird thing that actually i have a book on like lesser-known conspiracies and a whole ham book on conspiracies. I kind of want to dive into on the podcast and talk more in depth about like the aids depopulation thing because it is extremely fucking weird. just appeared in the seventies. I was created as a plague this whole truth in some ex- extent though 'cause aids researcher dr robert gallo admitted to deliberately creating the virus to depopulate humanity. A fucking doctor admitted to it. Fires aids aids own. Guess he admitted to the way. Sorry transition cova. Dr ga robert gallo supposedly said that he created aides to depopulate the population. Which is fucked up somebody. Some doctor admitted it is kinda shack. Look i'm a doctor. I swear i've done five lobotomies. All machine while the eugenics movement was popular in the twenties thirties as a way of improving the population by sterilization of those who had illnesses or were mentally challenged. Jank's is right fucking opie do it was it became the centerpiece of nazi went. Really eugenic eugenics was created mostly by the nazis. But it's been around for a very long time but it's about sterilizing certain people in the population so populations don't grow say. I knew that as another word for it. There's still the word for it mentally handicapped. I won't keep producing and stuff like that. And it's funny though because you can create a mentally handicapped kid with two very non mentally handicapped people. You were the nazis. The smartest people in the world like they. He gave us soldiers math. Like nobody ever did that. And look at the land fucking buddy ryan one hundred yards on his first play crushed. I've actually wanna get to edgewood edge. What is the soldiers meth. There's good documentary on youtube. They gave him like drugs. See how they would react. And the guy that took pcp. I ran for so long. And the guy was like super slow. Running and shit see fucking. Walking is really mild. You barely made it down the hallway so it became a centerpiece of nazi. Radical policy in quickly fell out of fell out of favor. It discovered that millions died under the guise of population improvement conspiracy. Theories believe that. This is a kind of selective breeding is still used by the elites. So it's like you don't. You don't have african americans breeding you have the white area and race and you breathe a bunch of germans and then that's how it got. Only you relied funny. Yeah i am blue eyed blond brown hair. I don't care blue is more okay. Fuck you bitches love this shit. I'm technically brown. Brown is i'm talking. I got ship round here too early blonde. It's like fairly blonde you were dumped into on. It's a new tradition every time a lockdown happens blind. I dare you.
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"China. Long time away from china but still on the ocean front so he. That's what he wanted. But it's like wind you eventually. You're going to run out of troops if you keep giving them math in their happened. Heart attacks in the battlefield shit like oh enough people. Right keep going. Let's say oh look. And she conquered with what he did have did a great fucking run near studies as proof that says that fluoride lowers iq for children. And that's why most of generations the generation zombie. Because they're drinking applicable ride. Remember with guy at work. As when i was a chef. And he's like. I always brush my teeth warm water. It activates the floride. Now's laughing and i was like you fucking what that. And he's like no one helps. You really helps clean your teeth. I was like year swallow. Swallow it toothpaste and says do not swallow this. It's fine you can just brush your shit. It's still it's still going into your system it is. It's very minutes. I'll go fuck yourself early. So dumb and why he forgets backs. just joking. Kind of heat shrinks too much. Fluoride dude i and my british filters not taking my floride though. So let's to be fair. I m probably and this is not a brag it it's not at all the break Smart note of the no. I don't. I don't think you will meet someone that drinks less water than that's a whole different issue. A fan title drink water. We had a fan telling me that you should just take melatonin. I do if you have such problems sleeping. Because he's like commented about how. Billy says he drinks so much to help him sleep and he's like that's not good but it's super fun thuc and my just keep drink and so it lowers children's ride january two of depopulation giving people extremely slow growing cancer. That eventually kill them. One would think that this is true. Would be more data that proves it but at the same time people things that are happening. They're not gonna give you. Scientists that are funded by the government are not going to give you data. That proves that something is killing you. Fast food kills you and we have restaurants in every fucking corner alcohol technology to but also smoking cigarettes. No one knows banning cigarettes. And i've said this before i feel that makes funny is like that. Cigarettes being legal is a fluke in time in our history because if we knew the impact of when they first recreating with through tobacco yes tobacco by itself. It's not a fluke at all. If they cared they would dismantle it. It said hey. I know y'all gonna be pretty pissed off at me for two fucking weeks but sucks to suck no more smoke. I know i i agree. Everyone's going to flood the rest and the res- going to make so much fucking money that may be reserved can actually get some of their own fucking land. Bagri had been talking forbid they come outside of their little fucking walls there because they finally made enough money. What's so. Let's keep selling your own cigarettes. So they don't they don't make money because they will do it if we don't and we don't have jurisdiction to get them to stop doing so fucking true because imagine that because especially if the natives are like you know we are indigenous people we're making cigarettes straight from tobacco feels that we own. There's no sprayed chemicals on it. Yeah there's nothing here. Because like i think they probably sprit- havoc on tobacco people working on the fields. They piss on the tobacco. Yeah i'm gonna. I'm glad i don't smoke anymore. I had one today. And that was like i was hadn't smoked for like two weeks saw four and i do not trust and after that for years i don't trust fucking floride so but let's get like clean. Teeth is getting george guide. Stones known as americans. Don't like kidney stones. No the george guys. Stones are a set of tablets in the field and alberton in alberton. Which georgia a fucking idiot. I actually had to think about. I wasn't sure paid by mysterious and a deeply religious man known as our see christian and was built by the alberton granite finishing company and they were constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty and sit as a guide guidelines for the living set forth by apparently concerned citizens or we don't know though there are ten maximum stones. I don't know what that is. But they're just they're essentially like all these fucking taller stones that are built the constructively weird and they sit on each other and they're known as guiding thoughts and they translate into eight different languages. So if you look at these one day it's ever tra. I mean they have been translated. There's there's literally different languages inscribed on these stones sentences so one letter from one language the next letters and they do one sentence like one stone has indifferent. All the all white. Got you okay. It's weird because i've talked about this before. But george shooting me weird that somebody built them and they built them as guidelines for humanity. He's fucked up shit. So what are they. But they're essentially warning us to protect the people and nations with fair laws and just courts and balanced personal rights with social duties but the first three thoughts and the first one in particular have caught fire with conspiracy theories as some kind of public of the intentions of the new world order. Because no one knows who this fucking. Rc christian guy is just came in and built these stones then left fucked off. That would even catch today. Could you imagine if you made something that like. Momentus leap structures that are being build those Who is it called the towers. No i'm just kidding that to those monolithic structures that are being built right. You're talking eight fact that big. It's like a triangle and it look like silver. Oh you didn't look at me. There's there's all over the fuck news one nephew. i'm sorry. do you watch the news. Now that these never seen over structures and these people found it in utah and it's pretty much. Looks like a silver like okay. So what about it though anyway. Oh is there anything subscribed on it. No random still go the mile list. But that's weird structure that built by people that are unknown and people were going up showing up. This guy exposed this place. We found the structure. And just like you know was that was that fucking building by in washington. It looks like a dick dick. The cameron something not the manto. Has it gone all on the your big dick in the back of the way host. Yeah okay member. I fucking. This is is kind of build that but it's smaller silver. But now they found one somewhere else. Can't fucking remember. It's where it is so these these things are being built all over the place for some reason no one knows why in most users some prankster guy. That's making these for shits gigs. Right so well. Maybe it's earnest on surface of george guys stones. It seems they point in it. Seems they have a point since the first thoughts read may human maintain humanity under five hundred thousand just called the washington monument. Oh that's what it's called. I thought i thought. I had as a reason why things are dick shaped. Also that's a bigger conspiracy theory to that. Everything's she's oh. I see.
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"He was he was talking about. How like the swedish government is like big on telling their people everything and they will have. I guess i again. I don't know it's just off his words. I guess at from years prior. You know that that clip that came out on. tv. They're not too long ago on the those ufo things that we saw forever go on the internet. The government finally confirmed it. The second we saw that on the internet the swedish government official whatever mayor president or whatever the fuck they add on their prime minister whatever they have when the people like straight away said yes like right away like we don't know what the hell this is. This is crazy and now and then again a few months back he was talking and he was talking about like he's had a few incidences where he's a blatantly said things to people that no other government official has to their people and even this one. I got a question about mars as like. Yeah we love to go there someday. Not today it's like well. We're going to piss awesome next question. Oh straight up. shut the fuck up. He's like next. I'm not talking about this so he must have leaked information that the reptilians are up there. He was just like we're going to piss off some. I know he was like halfway through that news. I am because like i've said this before. That's supposedly mars had a race of beings that were asian. That's the theory goes. Yeah that oliver. Dna's why we the only reason they called fucking different. Why there's blacks whites hispanics like that's obviously product breeding at the same time to why we have certain main races is because we actually have as why dna slightly off because we have different dna in s from aliens. And they're supposed to be an asian race of people that are on mars and they saw a meteoroid coming two hundred years in advance so they built underground systems live in the underground because they knew the impact who is going to have on the planet because mars used to earth. That's a fucking fact got hit by a meteorite. Ended up fucking devastating. The the whole surface of mars people were there built a bunch of underground shit. So would you possibly. Millions fucking came in and ate them all. So where would you possibly could. George with healthway rahman account hawse drama council man drama council. We talking about mandatory there. Everything says jury fucking better be looks skyward. You'll probably see long white lines of cocaine in the sky to those are actually called from jet planes and it's called chemtrails. Everybody knows the ice crystals that were hot. Jet fuel exhaust hitting the cold air found at high altitudes that is fucking bullshit because they're purposely putting in the back of jets just have things going so i sauce hits off the called. I don't believe that it'd be like the exhaust your car. That's bullshit but conspiracy don't see the water vapor trails they see the plane spring noxious chemicals into the atmosphere. And i've seen videos done. This were a guy early left out there. Certain jar is a jar and then he ended up like these jets are constantly going over his house and stuff like that. In over whatever city he lived in he's jar out and let it because the air eventually it floats down and hits the surface jar. Would nothing jar. Johnny hot some countries in jam jars. Those did off after all. These planes are going over. Iraq camera fucking v. This is so long as a teenager. And and then the essentially the oxygen settles in side of the container want you close it off and it all turned black and he's those those proof of contrails shit. But who knows. I don't fuck donald air firm whatever was in your sucking jar before design for a new number of evil purposes. They call it. Chemtrails i've if you're a conspiracy theories this is just. This is literally like the surface of the iceberg of conspiracy theories and that goes very fucking deep. And you know so if you research this largely people with true believe there sprang with poison men to make a sterile dose doll style and ultimately dead. So that's what. Kim shows menderes but also. I think one might eventually dive into harp just because harps interesting. There's a lot to talk for that episode because because like you actually like harpo. You wouldn't so cool that they're like that's even a shooting beams and there's a bunch of that they do but like I i just. I was always factually with the fact that you can create tidal waves and earthquakes and shit. And now we've talked about before it's devastating but it's fucking meet. The japanese tsunami that hit like years and years ago who was created by harpen stuff. So it's an a metal gear solid game. That's really sad story. Storyline was always a dope. Fucking game snake and on smoke in the senate hearts in metal gear was trying to the activate herp in. There's a russian engineer the fucking. Oh that's though five. Decades of research have proven that adding floor to water helps stave off statements but help with tooth decay. You know how. I think. I've said this before on the podcast i of florida's good for your teeth. Not much else. I know it's a poison it is and why go the the girls are full within the dentists. Four autumn brevard doesn't like fuck. Isn't that a rat poison. It's just good for your jeez and say because you know how that started and i read this and one of those books that are meant for the bathroom and stuff to read. What you're pooping book. I want something like that. It's president a lot of time in there. you would. It would be good for our fun fact sheet because there's a bunch of one of them was eighteen century overnight. Saturday with now dead body was found in a place of some something happened where there was flora in the water and the body was pretty much completely decayed but the teeth were fucking spot on there. Were good they look like british teeth but not so gnarly and so bad i said british teeth been not so gnarly so it was just like super guys. Teeth eighteenth century. I don't say no fucking braces back. Then so they assume that florida helps with teeth and teeth decay and and all the stuff. Even though eight is found is found in rat poison. It is fucking foreign is in rat poison is laughing teeth the mouth how many there is still see as a plot to intact. Mind control over the docile masses. Hitler put fucking four. I'd into the water of germany during world war. Two that fuck. It is legit fact that happened to make the public dosso. He also put math in the water. So that's another subject but still fucked up must be something in the water may measuring monitoring your water thinking high off meth like i was like a little biased but still i like are all day. How much how much did you really like. How much met. Because it's so diluted clumps away there's no way that would actually do make people. They gave the why. I mean like size high. I mean there's no way you'd actually feels short. The definitely high they those they're just like. Here's a rock. That's why they eighty and americans and the british were like. Why do they keep on pushing through the fucking frontlines houses keep happening. Because they weren't sleeping and hitler's who gives a shit. It's like four hundred over next next next. And like hitler like a yeah. You wanted to have dominant control. But like when the time they came over here and how. Hitler wanted his his la home. He wanted to put it home in l. a. and our california. He wanted home in california. Yeah that was his plan. When he took over america he was going to have a huge nice house in california. Because it's like it's the fucking cusp of everything rate. It's like across.
"population" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Lars happy. Entire fucking population of earth would be knocking down government housing. I'm ready for that. That's what i want anarchy. But that is that would be the start of. It is if they ever tried to limit your food. So they're not gonna do that. They're going to do it sneakily. They're going to put in your like. They probably already. David says the one thing where they interview him on bbc and they're trying to ridicules conspiracy theories they're like oh you want anarchy and he's like we have anarchy now there's people starving world of plenty. The pharmaceutical companies are killing people rather than fucking help them and all that shit and he makes. I believe in sixty percent of what he says. And it's i don't believe that number. I trust me name skept. I'd tobu older and talk about david. Exercise was like fucking nineteen but like his theories are correct but his theories are also also better earn. Better theories are also outlandish in some things. Because it's like he's he's all over the place but so fucking. Looney say that say that to his bank account. He's fucking million loonies juice. You fuckers the states. No loonies are. That's money that we have. That is a coin and we use coins and you can put it in stuff and you know you know what we do a video game you know. We do if like in canada. If you're ever actually poor this is why so. Many people don't have aspirations because like when you're poor and you don't have money You go by monopoly game for ten bucks and you got like another seven hundred bucks. Where the money. That's not going to do it. We we go by monopoly and then we pay the cashiers and sometimes they don't even notice they just take one hundred dollars monopoly money and they put a fucking bullshit free. Tv's i got change and shit fuck hundred bucks in fuck and change like a container upstairs. Sounds like whatever just keep keeping fucking -tunities in barely fucking use cash anymore. Because i got the microchip and just go to the grocery store and a scam microchip. And then you don't want it ran out of money just quick on that note. I've been looking for a place lately. And i went to go see this place and buddies like talking about his covert agenda and like holy. Fuck me listening to him. Talk was listening to you. Talk when you were sixteen. Just a fucking idiot. who's this. No this is the landlord of the place looking at me. And i was like i was baffled. He was like. He's like their agendas stickers. Microchips in bill gates is going to do it. And i was like one fucking article on facebook and you just ran with an bill gates his us male but i started getting into it when i started thinking about it. I was like honestly on my k. For one you're not important. Nobody fucking cares about you. Tubby honest tournament landlord. I'm talking. I'm talking i'm talking. I'm talking about your home microchipping fucking shit and exist. It's already been happening. You know it's been happening since cell phones thing you know how much fucking listens to you. They have everything they need to know about you. They don't need point several to the exact same thing. But i'll also even on that. No the average citizen. They don't fucking care the only purpose of listening to you and shit like that is. The average citizen drinks floride water. That is extremely non care about you. I'll go to church every sunday. And jesus said jesus said that it will all be all right that this is the coming of the end times and then he will appear as ilan mosque and save us with technology. But my point was if chips went. Is jim because honestly if they had tracking chips and microchips. I do know the to implant in your skin. Okay okay listen just listen. I can't end up doing that. And they're like here. here's the new fad. You can pay your bills with your chip and all everything. You own is your chip. I'd probably get it. You're fucking says fucking chronic kidney x nation to billy. Why would the vaccinations not gonna let me do. Cool stuff with it. There's already kids put shit in their wrist there. I was watching you. And he's like putting like microchips in the risks where they could light up your fingers. It's fucking okay so no but are fingers are maddening. Why wouldn't you go chicken you. What's the difference because then they can track you in the whole point of what david tracking anyway. I know what their cell phone. But this way all your bank account money on there and what. Canada is eventually going to go to is being like china. They think and the way that i. It's called social chips or something like that where you if you haven't followed the social standard. You get you garnell outside. You can't fuck and do this or that. And this happens in. China cameron electrocute you if you go outside. I'm sure there's things but i would. Yeah all computer came under your wrist. Choose if you're not following in this this stuff that david i talks about other people that are also in the same realm of conspiracy theory stuff that he says like the essentially when they how the info that if you aren't falling saddle structures and doing what you're supposed to do what the government tells you they can turn off your microchip which means you cannot get food. You can't fuck in pay your bills. Yeah you can't do any of that shit or or maybe. It's like a dog fence where you get like electrocuted if you move out of a room what it's things like that and having you lock down where they can control absolutely everything you do and how you speak and you talk about the chinese government then you fucking chip concerned off so i don't want okay. There's a lot of bad. But i i don't like at computer screen. Play them. That would be cool. Meant for the people. It seems like anything that comes from the government or from their tier of of stuff. Which is anything. Yeah it's evil it just seems and they. You know david fuck everyone ever conspiracy. Theories talks about this. Is that the people that are in those positions never really understand what they're actually doing are following protocol. Same with my dad's. I was a joke. Oh my dad over the christmas vacation shit about how you know. The vaccination obviously is a form of population control and people are getting bell's palsy and all that shit and their people are fainting and seizures hearing when they're getting the vaccination which is meant to kill you if not kill your so then you're fucking sterile and you can't have kids so the population gets less and less as years. Go on in this post. We can pass down from generation to generation so if kids kids have kids. They won't be able to have kids. Because i can get it and you ended up pushing a couple of seeds past their kids. Kids will also be fucked up and then you just put them down like a dog. Don't know it's fucking But my dad's a why would look those of people be looking in the pasta and stuff is like they don't know what the fuck they're doing. They are told from a certain tier of government or level that they need to be doing this. And this is the way this is going to make this better. But they don't really know with freemasonry and shit like that. I was gonna mention about. The chip is like ten years ago. I remember it was in ottawa and a couple other places that fairs like county fairs like there was booths hick.