Cryptocurrencies are very different from fiat money emanating from the Rothschild-controlled central banks (in almost every single country).
Contrary to fiat currencies, like the US Dollar, the Euro or the Japanese Yen, cryptocurrencies or “virtual currencies”, like Bitcoin and Ethereum, provide you with a host of benefits, like the fact that with them, your currency can stay as opaque as a swiss account.
That means the power of hiding away your currency isn’t reserved to an elite group of rich folks, it’s now an option for common people too.
For those who don’t know much about cryptocurrencies, here’s a super-short primer to start to get your head around it:
Why would you hide away your currency in crypto-wallets? There could be a number of reasons, almost all of them entirely legal but that means the tax evasion practiced by the insanely rich is now a realistic option for anyone holding such virtual and largely untraceable currency.
So guess who’s getting nervous?
Of all the people nervous about cryptocurrencies, the governements are the ones who are aware that if money can’t be traced, it can’t be taxed. At least, not with the current model.
In a large measure, taxes are a control tool of the mafia… or governments.
We can all live together and collectively engage in nation building without the taxing grid currently in place. The “big media outlets” won’t mention it (ever) but it’s entirely possible. And perhaps cryptocurrencies with their Swiss-level anonymity-for-all are the key to such a world.
A cryptocurrency world may not be perfect but our current government taxation, with its accompanying obsessive focus on conformity to all things wanted by the rulers, behind the governement is obviously not perfect either. Far from it!
So the Swiss-level secrecy provided by cryptocurrencies are shaping our world in such a way that people could still live quite well while the governement might gradually find it hard to tax the masses.
Panama for everybody
You all remember Mossack Fonseca and the role it played in the Panama papers.
The takeway, for most experts, is that rich people used their Panamean connection at Mossack Fonseca to hide away money, legally, or not.
But Mossack’s clients were a rich crowd getting richer, basically by evading taxes in their local “jurisdictions”.
So until they were uncovered, Mossack Fonseca and their clients were having a ball. It was the time of their life. There was money to be made hiding away the riches of the wealthy. And both the financial advisors and their clients were happy with that deal. But not the governments.
And to this day, the governments haven’t been able to recoup the trillions of dollars which navigated these alternative waters.
Now, imagine a world of rising cryptocurrencies where basically all such currency accumulation and commerce is largely untraceable.
Just like if you “panama-ed” your currency.
That would open up new possibilities for you but if the governement doesn’t evolve to represent you, it could face a dire problem to tax… you.
Doing what’s right
It’s not because you can hide away your money that you necessarily want to do it.
You may be called by your higher-self to do the right thing.
In other words, be the better version of yourself, as a social human being. This means you could still participate in all social efforts but since governement couldn’t tax you like it does today (making the whole process normalized, along the way), there would be a more sensible “rapport de force” between “the barrons and the serfs” because the proverbial serfs (that’s most likely you) would have access to cryptocurrencies to hide away part or all of their currency where taxing barrons couldn’t snatch it (at least, not as easily as they do it nowadays, in a system which they devised and rigged).
So yeah, society can still thrive but the taxation would be radically tuned down, if not eliminated completely to be replaced by a more respectful way to include everyone, on better terms, as partners for common needs and projects.
And less taxes mean more opportunity for growth, for you and everybody else.
Taken straight from the rich’s discreet playbook
Hidden away but yours to access, at will.
When you want it, wherever there’s a connected device.
It’s not a dream, it’s a fact, now.
The rich have been hiding their money in tax havens for hundreds of years (if not more) so one has to wonder what happens when everybody gains access to that kind of secrecy, through a rising cryptocurrencied world.
The rich “got it”.
Why wouldn’t you?
In fact, the more you think about it, the more you’ll feel this should be part of what you ought to know, to benefit your financial outcomes, both today and in the future.
Highlights from an event named Anarchapulco, in 2019, which basically talks about the state of your opportunities to navigate the current mix of governement regulations, taxes and access to your money, in the quantities you need to live a better life.
So here’s Ron Paul, an American politician (Republican) who roots for the little guy and the importance of applying good judgement in all things.