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Two months ago, I asked my YouTube subscribers if they want me to create a few Blockchain.Poker tournaments and gift away some of my BCHs. The feedback got me stunned. "You're a sellout!" one man declared. "Crypto is a scam used by enemies of our people", he continued.
I refused to enter into polemics, so my answer was "Ok". "It was hard work and dedication that brought me those coins. If you don't want them, I'll keep them." I thought to myself.
Later, there were two questions that came to my mind:
"Who are my people?"
"Am I an enemy of my people If I use a car instead of riding a horse?"
I think he tried to make a point, that by supporting games of the FED we are working against ourselves, which is actually true, but are crypto coins pro-FED and anti-people?
Let's think for a moment...Dollars are pro-FED, EURs are pro-FED, British pounds are pro-FED and every other currency we can think of is pro-FED (reserve/banks). So, are you an enemy of your people if you come to a supermarket and pay for groceries with dollars instead of golden powder?
"FIAT currencies are fake, they have no value"; yes, that's true, which is exactly why you should be giving them away to supermarkets that ruined the local businesses. Give them the fake, worthless money. Replace it for food, or some goods that have a true value!
Are you an enemy if you come to a gas station, and give away money that will end up in cashier of Shell, Exxon, and similar giants? I mean, theoretically, aren't those "anti-people globalist companies"?
I am surviving thanks to crypto coins (WHICH MIGHT BE RE-USED AGAINST US, like everything else), 'cause I quit my job right before the "Rona" was allegedly discovered in Wuhan, so, in case of pennilessness, there's no one to blame but myself, however, there are people that have two options on the table:
get vaccinated to keep the job
refuse to get vaccinated and get fired
"oh, that's easy, F the system, show them your middle finger", and what if you're not living off your parents' finances? What if there are several children at home, expecting you to put the food on the table? It's easy to act like a war hero with other people's money... I mean, everyone would like to say "no" to tyranny and go home to their parents, eat the food they haven't labored for, but what if you can't?
"There is something good in every evil", is a well-known saying of the Slavic people. Not a single brain cell of mine believed that I could live off writing articles for several websites and blogs until the Rona forced me to succeed at it or end in financial hell. My English skills were quite poor, and I haven't possessed the necessary "know/how to" experience... however, right now, I'm the only person in this area that has an income. Why? Thanks to crypto! Don't get me wrong, the question "What if Bitcoin is helping the elites form a cashless society" is legit and should be answered. But wait for a second, isn't the dollar helping them as well (the dollar got off the gold standard right after JFK was assassinated in Dallas). For instance, the entire "elite-controlled world" would stop immediately if everyone decided not to work today, so, are you an enemy of your people and nation if you have a job?
Needless to say, in my opinion, the whole "you're this and that" thing is mindless. Let me know what you think about it, and if you've had similar experiences. There's no way that I'll get off the crypto grid anytime soon, regardless of what the fierce anti-establishment people think about it. Saying "no" to money that might save your life seems like a weird choice. Crypto coins might not have the real value, but neither does the US dollar has.