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Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Dec 6, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

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    “We tried to be the totally absolutely most authoritarian country in the world in order to protect our citizens and are completely whiplashed by having one of the largest Covid uprisings.” - Canada
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  4. JanSz

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  5. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson New Member

    Dont think that is here, pine trees in behind which there are none at the protest site
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    We are at the point of no return politically or macroeconomically.

    It's either Bitcoin or tyranny across the globe.

    There is no other way.
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The Canadian horses are fighting back more than the Canadian people.
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  9. I cant stand to look at him but cannot believe that people dont listen to the words he says in that discussion he blatantly admits that natural immunity is king and the vaccine failed and that a new outbreak is on the way!

    Cant understand how this doesnt set bombs off in peoples heads!
  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Bitcoin is a freedom machine. It is time to focus on how to protect the nest from the vagaries of Wall St, the Fed, and the long arm of Congress.

    Ultimately, bitcoin serves as the chaos hedge for thinking people. It is insurance for a dark, dystopian world that everyone hopes won’t become reality.

    The hard part about technologies that bring freedom, security, privacy, and sovereignty is that the mainstream population doesn’t actually care about these ideas. They want convenience. There is a disconnect between the conversation and the actions when it comes to these topics.

    This is an area that bitcoin is drastically undervalued and misunderstood. Bitcoin is a freedom technology disguised as a get-rich-quick scheme. Millions and millions of people join the revolution initially to make money, not to adopt a secure, censorship-resistant currency. Economic incentives run the world. Show someone how they may get rich and you’ll watch adoption follow. That is exactly what bitcoin has done. It is the best performing asset over the last decade, including a 150%+ compound annual growth rate during the decade.

    Here is the catch though — millions of people come for the profits, but stay for the revolution. Bitcoin has a unique way of teaching economics, computer science, personal finance, mathematics, philosophy, geopolitics, and much more. In fact, I’d argue that most bitcoiners have learned more from the bitcoin community than they did in school. This is what hardens the bitcoin holders. They don’t care about price fluctuations. Name another asset where it goes down 20% multiple times a year and there has been a 50% loss in price every year for the last 4 years, yet the majority of the investors continue to hold for the long term?

    Bitcoin isn’t about profits. The investors and holders have no plans to sell. Bitcoin is a freedom technology. It is a peaceful protest that arms the average citizen with censorship-resistant monetary energy that prevents their government from enacting authoritarian measures that encroach on their basic rights. Without the freedom to transact, you have no freedom.

    Canada has awakened the western world to the perils of financial censorship. Bitcoin is the solution. It is just a matter of time before millions more realize it.
  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    It would help to advertise Bitcoin while also stressing reality.
    A number of people sold their real estate, borrowed money from the banks, sold their grandma's Picasso, and bought bitcoin at its top price.
    The previous top price will be triple of the previous high, but that takes time that they have not anticipated.
    Now they have no $$ to pay rent or buy food.
    I would say, buy Bitcoin but only with the money that you will never need.
    I modified the above to
    buy Bitcoin with half of the money that you will not need for 7 years.
    With the above
    I thank you very much for promoting Bitcoin.
  12. Jack Kruse

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  15. ND Hauf

    ND Hauf Pleb

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  16. This is great, love it, thank you!
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  17. Jackie Nelson

    Jackie Nelson New Member

    Terribly sad to see such psychopathic THUGS in uniform. God help us all.
  18. DebraGM

    DebraGM My Quest for True Health

    That’s the problem. After the pandemic and inflation, most people don’t have any money they don’t need for 7 years. I want to move to Florida desperately. Housing is sky high to buy or rent, and salaries are half of what they are in northern states. Almost all of my money is tied up in bitcoin, and grayscale is in the toilet. So at 55, close to retirement, I feel stuck.
  19. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    There used to be a web site retireearly.com
    Highly helpful.
    Most of its value was in setting your moves and expectations.
    It helped me in making my decision to stop working in June 1997.

    Philosophically similar to what dr Jack is preaching.
    Many peoples ended up spending tons of time on sailboats.

    It is hard on couples. They have to have the same long-term goals.
    If one of them has a problem with a question: Why live like a pauper when there is a bunch of money in the bank, the deal is off.

    If both of them agree on the goal, it is still a lottery.

    It does not help when the government is set on punishing and stealing from those who save.

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