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  1. When someone dumps a lot your currency Turkish lira, Roubles, Pounds, Malaysia Ringitt, Idonesian Rupee. You need to use your forex reserves to buy them up. Otherwise the value drops fast. We weren't forced out of the Euro because we ran out of pounds (we ran out of foreign exchange). You can't simply print up your own currency to protect your own currency. that is nonsense. Printing more pounds, rubbles, lira won't help at all. Freely floating currencies get speculative assaults fairly often actually. Asian currency crisis 1998 is an obvious one. They had floating curr
  2. I keeping looking at exchange rates and I can't believe we aren't going into a full blown sterling crisis yet? like its getting a bit late to get it all nicely fixed in the 10 days, seems really calm - not real - no clear leadership. We should be vulnerable to another Soros ERM assault. The TPTB must actually want to come out of the EU or they would be hammering the pound. But they aren't, because that would bring down the government and stop Brexit. A sterling crisis would put a stop to this fairly quickly, but they don't, so this is want they? Something has changed and they want out. A
  3. I think the mortility age will start to come down in the not too distant future. The ones who are currently setting new highs are the ones who live through fairly leans years during after the war, more labor intensive jobs, more people actually working for living. Once the generation that has grown up on fast food, processed food, too much food, plastic bottles, GM foods, pollution, radiation, the pill, gender changed fish and frogs in the rivers. (sugar in everything). I would not bet money on people living longer. (some of the wealthy boomers who have kept active and had the money
  4. Insiders only Secret club, cool, are they going to tell you when to get out? I can't wait to invest my hard earned cash in that. They more you say the worse it sounds.
  5. No it doesn't. There is still doubt about the real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto - Wikipedia. Where is your evidence that he died in 2015, I can't find any newspaper that has this story? Last thing I can find is about Elon Musk Tweeting that he wasn't the real Satoshi in 2017. Unless a see something credible to say otherwise, the person behind the name Satoshi Nakamoto hasn't been identified.
  6. Really, the words and CIA, Satoshi, died and Bitcoin shouldn't appear in the same sentence?
  7. The people that are buying have too much fiat (and the don't want the fiat?) More a sign of how bad fiat is than how good bitcoin is. Both are disaster waiting to happen. The great reset approaches? All it needs is the right trigger.
  8. It is odd that Satoshi Nakamoto hasn't come forwards a identified himself, probably wasn't even Japanese person that made this. Satoshi Nakamoto probably is a code word for something. If the real people who made this put their name to it they would be blamed for it forever. This is not going to set free of anything. This reeks of being a set up. My guess is the bubble ends up as a complete fiasco. You can't possibly expect this to end well. The end result will be this can't be allowed to happen again and full regulation by the authorities " banks". Of coarse peo
  9. Best Dance Track ever! you make me feel so real by dream frequency
  10. Probably the only politician I would actually like to have beer with !! the media does its best to make him look like kook.
  11. If the crypto's were any real threat to the banksters, they would shut it down (they would make the laws stick or create new ones). Its just a way of promoting the cashless system which is what they want. Using a smart phone to pay for something in bit coin will be far easier to track than cash. I think once it (cash) is gone we are going to really regret this.
  12. Lucky the kids got smarter or they could not justify keeping all the universities open (expanded for the people born in the mid 1960's). They would have closed some of them down? or except more C&D grade students instead of A&B grades. Its very difficult to gauge this over a long period of time, peoples memories can't be trusted (the system/rules keeps being changed same as HPC issues) this can obscure the actual truth. Looking at the way everything else is manipulated I'd be suspicious. When I look at my daughters Maths homework 12, I feel that it is confused/ov
  13. I have an old car, I don't mind putting it through a automatic car wash, but I'd be less inclined if I had something nice and new - it would be hand wash only. Maybe people have better cars in London? They have the lions share of the property bubble. Makes sense that they deserve better cars.
  14. I agree with you, if you look to the past 1950's?, why was the British Government encouraging people to go to Australia (10 pound pommies). They were are worried about this lack of resources-we already exceeded the carry capacity. I think were 66% self sufficient in food 30 years ago. But encourage subsidies for non production, pay people to not work, import more food, open the open the doors to immigration. You are right this is not a good idea, I also thinking running away is the only option. There is no where to hide on a little island like Britain. (3 meals from Anarchy!)
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