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All possible Fed policy tracks still lead to Bitcoin

January 23, 2022

Pick one: Fed hikes and crashes the economy, Fed pivots and crashes the currency, or Fed punts and goes for a CBDC,they all lead to the same place: Bitcoin.

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Choose One, But Only One: Defend the Billionaire’s Bubble or the U.S. Dollar and Empire

January 19, 2022

The Empire is striking back, protecting what really counts, and the Billionaire Bubble sideshow is folding its tents. One of the most enduring conceits of the modern era is that the Federal Reserve acts to goose growth and therefore employment while keeping inflation moderate (whatever that means–the definition is adjustable).

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#AxisOfEasy 229: FBI: Hackers Impersonated Amazon To Deploy Ransomware

January 18, 2022

FBI: Hackers impersonated Amazon to deploy ransomware,
Open-source libraries ‘colors’ and ‘faker’ were corrupted by Dev,
Germany doesn’t rule out closing Telegram – interior minister… this and more in AofE #229

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Politics Is Dead, Here’s What Killed It

January 16, 2022

Here’s “politics” in America now: come with mega-millions or don’t even bother to show up. Representational democracy–a.k.a. politics as a solution to social and economic problems–has passed away. It did not die a natural death. Politics developed a cancer very early in life (circa the early 1800s), caused by wealth outweighing public opinion.

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Should You Move While You Can, Or When You Must?

January 14, 2022

This gives an extreme advantage to those few who move first, long before they must. The financial advantage for first movers is equally extreme. Moving is a difficult decision, so we hesitate. But when the window to do so closes, it’s too late. We always think we have all the time in the world to ponder, calculate and explore, and then things change and the options we once had are gone for good.

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The Real Revolution Is Underway But Nobody Recognizes It

January 12, 2022

Revolutions have a funny characteristic: they’re unpredictable. The general assumption is that revolutions are political.The revolution some foresee in the U.S. is the classic armed insurrection, or a coup or the fragmentation of the nation as states or regions declare their independence from the federal government.

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Mark E. Jeftovic

Mark is the co-founder of easyDNS and the editor-in-chief of #AxisOfEasy. He is the author of Managing Mission Critical Domains & DNS (Packt UK, 2018) and Unassailable: Protect Yourself from Deplatform Attacks & Cancel Culture. 

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Jesse Hirsh

Futurist, researcher and public speaker, Jesse Hirsh has been active in technology and commenting on it across the media for 25 years. His premium newsletter service operates from Metaviews.ca.

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Charles Hugh Smith

Charles Hugh Smith is the author of numerous books and writes from OfTwoMinds.com.