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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

Yeah I think that's pretty old hat tbh Bloo.....

Seems to me no one has the faintest idea what's happening anyway so why not make it up?

I mean it's not like the apethetic populus will notice any different anyway.....

BF

Oh, btw what was it like to be horny all day yesterday?

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Yeah I think that's pretty old hat tbh Bloo.....

Seems to me no one has the faintest idea what's happening anyway so why not make it up?

I mean it's not like the apethetic populus will notice any different anyway.....

BF

Oh, btw what was it like to be horny all day yesterday?

yesterday....quite entertaining....I can see what the bulls get out of it...a reaction, some attention and it was interesting to argue the other side as best I could. dont know if I succeeded in convincing any bears, but one or two were alarmed at my sudden change.

Shame the site was so slow otherwise I could have engaged some bears big time.

never mind..

I might turn into a Nulab official next week....

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

What a quaint thought Bloo Loo.

Of course you don't need anything behind it, you just print it and tell everyone by fiat that its legal tender.

Of course, given that its a world currency we'll need quite a lot of units of it, so why not save time and just use the Zim Dollar. Plenty of them in existence.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

What a quaint thought Bloo Loo.

Of course you don't need anything behind it, you just print it and tell everyone by fiat that its legal tender.

Of course, given that its a world currency we'll need quite a lot of units of it, so why not save time and just use the Zim Dollar. Plenty of them in existence.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

What a quaint thought Bloo Loo.

Of course you don't need anything behind it, you just print it and tell everyone by fiat that its legal tender.

Of course, given that its a world currency we'll need quite a lot of units of it, so why not save time and just use the Zim Dollar. Plenty of them in existence.

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What a quaint thought Bloo Loo.

Of course you don't need anything behind it, you just print it and tell everyone by fiat that its legal tender.

Of course, given that its a world currency we'll need quite a lot of units of it, so why not save time and just use the Zim Dollar. Plenty of them in existence.

Whoops looks like I've overprinted a bit.

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What a quaint thought Bloo Loo.

Of course you don't need anything behind it, you just print it and tell everyone by fiat that its legal tender.

Of course, given that its a world currency we'll need quite a lot of units of it, so why not save time and just use the Zim Dollar. Plenty of them in existence.

Whoops looks like I've overprinted a bit.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

yep you would have thought so

Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836, who once said: "I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain's money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply."

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American and British Intelligence have documented evidence that the House of Rothschild, and other International Bankers, have financed both sides of every war, since the American Revolution. Financier Haym Salomon, who supported the patriots during the American Revolution, then later made loans to James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe, was a Rothschild agent. As explained earlier, during the Napoleonic Wars, one branch of the family funded Napoleon, while another financed Great Britain, Germany, and other nations. Their boldest maneuver came prior to the Civil War.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

I thought it would be backed by debt. What more could you possible want from a currency.

Debt is the new wealth in the new paradigm.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

Not these days. It just needs the biggest military on earth.

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doesnt a currency have to have something behind it, something like...say.....an economy?....or is that just so old fashioned.

Does it not have a basket of economies backing it? Spreading the load/risk just like the EURO?

Oooooh there's a thought... it's almost like the EU and the Euro were a dry run on how to integrate multiple nations and currencies!!

Single world currency and government is coming folks... not long to go now..

Better get ready for the headchips...

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