Which came first, Bitcoin or the Plans for the Great Reset?

I often admire how intricately planned this reset is/was. Some people look at the world and see weak politicians and bad policies while others look at the world and see orchestrated demolition of the world’s fiat. Through my lens, I see people easily manipulated and triggered to vote one way or another via single issue politics. Respectfully, these people are self sabotaging and completely missing the big picture. The Money! Through my lens all I see is the world government’s restructuring their debts. With whatever means necessary (pandemics, war, etc..). They are all operating deep in the red. They can’t afford to pay all the promised pensions / debts and they are not about to knock on their constituents door and tell them “Sorry, we fd up. We can’t pay you the annual 75k that we promised you for your retirement and now we have no choice but to lower your pension.”

No, this will never happen. Instead, they make up excuses to excessively print so that they can tactically devalue the fiat. By doing so, what they promised to pay is now WORTH far less in value from when the deal was made. It is currency manipulation and it has been war gamed to this point. I believe when this storm is over the buying power of fiat will be worth 400+ percent less than it was in 2019. Making a 100k pension worth 25k in terms of buying power. BUT… that would mean everyone loses value in their liquid money, right? Even the elite calling the shots? The answer is yes. Unless, they had a safe haven. A place with its own gravity. A place to hedge. A place that offers anonymity;).

Regardless of what the truth is, I feel that the trillions of dollars moving in and out of crypto was not the little people’s money. I wouldn’t be surprised if this entire hedge outlet of crypto was planned and that Satoshi was merely a made up character. Made up in some little boys club. Now these guys are high-fiving and laughing every time they hear someone tell the Satoshi story;).

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9 thoughts on “Which came first, Bitcoin or the Plans for the Great Reset?”

  1. 100% Factored into the government’s plan. We’re talking about think tanks and inner circle decisions that orchestrate the world economy. Anything and everything is a move that has been analyzed and decided upon by those that pull the little puppet strings of world leaders. I could be an absolute nut, which hey we all are in our own way, but.. the way these politicians and CEOs TELL US WHAT THEY WILL BE DOING says everything you need to know about an agenda unknown to the majority of the population. We get so wrapped up in the “small things” the minor inconveniences and overlook the double speak and word manipulation so much so it is appalling. I don’t care about inflation as much as I care about proposals from visa and Mastercard telling me what I can and can’t buy to such extremes. I don’t care to hear if it’s 120 degrees outside today, another normalized freeway shooting, a charity drive where the proceeds go the CEO. I want to know why we are making decisions based on fear and not questioning everything at this point.

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  2. Many pensions in the developed world are tied to inflation, but the officially reported rate is lower than the real one. I think that at least that part is intentional, the only way how they can be paid out.

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  3. > Through my lens all I see is the world government’s restructuring their debts. With whatever means necessary (pandemics, war, etc..). They are all operating deep in the red. They can’t afford to pay all the promised pensions / debts and they are not about to knock on their constituents door and tell them

    If a government were operating in the green so to speak that would mean they’ve either stopped providing services, quit all investment, or implemented extraordinary taxes for no reason whatsoever. Government debt isn’t a bad thing except when it becomes unsecure (Europe defaulting) it can bring a lot of volitility. Without investment in say Europe though we wouldn’t be this far ahead, even with some pullback we’re *much* further than we would had we remained debt free the entire time instead.

    >No, this will never happen. Instead, they make up excuses to excessively print so that they can tactically devalue the fiat. By doing so, what they promised to pay is now WORTH far less in value from when the deal was made.

    That is sort of what money is, fundamentally it’s just debt that bears interest. Now if you pay all the loans back there isn’t enough money to pay the interest, and having some inflation perpetually balances this out and keeps things moving. Just don’t borrow if you can help it.

    >I believe when this storm is over the buying power of fiat will be worth 400+ percent less than it was in 2019. Making a 100k pension worth 25k in terms of buying power. BUT… that would mean everyone loses value in their liquid money, right? Even the elite calling the shots? The answer is yes. Unless, they had a safe haven. A place with its own gravity. A place to hedge. A place that offers anonymity;).

    Where are you getting your 400% number from?

    Second, if everyone loses value by the same percentage the ~~Elite~~ will still remain the ~~Elite~~. Suppose we all lose 1000x our worth. I’ll have $5 and Bezos will have $100,000,000, and the price on my wage will drop to 1 penny. I’d still never catch up. But yeah too much inflation isn’t good for them either.

    >Regardless of what the truth is, I feel that the trillions of dollars moving in and out of crypto was not the little people’s money. I wouldn’t be surprised if this entire hedge outlet of crypto was planned and that Satoshi was merely a made up character. Made up in some little boys club. Now these guys are high-fiving and laughing every time they hear someone tell the Satoshi story;).

    Good thing other crypto’s exist, and anyone is free to create their own! If that’s truly what you believe there are a dozen forks of BTC that you can be part of without ever folding into the Elites.

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  4. Interesting theory. It’s out there but hey how are you going to disprove it? I’m guessing you believe the government is also behind 9/11

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  5. It’s pretty simple: capitalism can’t work long term. Perpetual growth is non sense.

    In 20th century we had the two global wars that caused resets.

    Thankfully, we don’t have those (but there are many localized ones). For that we encounter a crisis after crisis.

    And of course, it’s not the elites that going to pay.

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