June 18th Blog Post – Nobody Seems To Know Who Developed Bitcoin

Here is a link to Satoshi Nakamoto from Wikipedia. Most Bitcoin observers credit him with the founding and formulation of the Bitcoin concept.

After reading the Wikipedia research, tell me if this man even exists. Ask yourself, how can a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin be worth over 40 billion USD in less than a decade? There is no way that these currencies can grow to be worth nearly 100 billion USD without the support of the establishment.

My contention all along is that Bitcoin and the officially-sanctioned cryptocurrency, Ethereum, were developed by dark global intelligence groups as experimental versions of the upcoming one world currency.

I have stated previously that these virtual currencies just happen to be wonderful tools for the globalists with their continual war on gold. There seems to be too many coincidences. Why are tax authorities and governments leaving them alone? Too many questions to just chalk this all up to chance.

Now even Mises.org is getting in on the action. Here is an article from Mises, discussing how the central banks are driving many to cryptocurrencies. But why would sound money outfits like Mises discuss these virtual currencies in the same vein as gold?

There is plenty of research pointing to the formation of the Mises Institute with the generous financial support of the Rockefellers and related private money.

The Life and Works of Ludwig von Mises– Independent.org

“Many readers may be surprised to learn the extent to which the Graduate Institute and then Mises himself in the years immediately after he came to United States were kept afloat financially through generous grants from the Rockefeller Foundation. In fact, for the first years of Mises’s life in the United States, before his appointment as a visiting professor in the Graduate School of Business Administration at New York University (NYU) in 1945, he was almost totally dependent on annual research grants from the Rockefeller Foundation. Even after he finally landed the position at NYU, where he remained only a visiting professor until his retirement in 1969, his salary was paid for not by NYU, but from funds contributed by generous private supporters.”

So what does this mean? Why would a sound money outfit proclaim the virtues of these currencies? I have a theory; Mises is nothing but controlled opposition, and is getting the green light to talk up this new and novel way to get money out of the system. Forget gold, Mises is recommending cryptocurrencies.

All by design? The only thing I know is that this is serving the globalists well.

Regards,
Chris