The NWO’s strategy for programming a new generation of Useful Idiots into doublethink is becoming clear

To paraphrase the repurposed agitprop: “Flee toward (*cough*) government-cannot-control-it (*cough*) tulipcoin even as you beg government to make your (*cough*) social media (*cough*) into a space that is safe from anything lacking government approval” (note as well the source).

The doctor posted this entry on Day 405 of WWIII

Will you believe the bit-accusers?

Hey, all you bought-into-tulipcoin suckers, try actually auditing those ledgers instead of parroting hubris-speak about the supposed safety of auditable ledgers (imagine the transaction fees associated with regularly-audited blockchain currency).

The doctor posted this entry on Day 403 of WWIII

Here’s a better idea: ignore both libertarianism and early cybercurrency crops

To get a handle on the muddleheaded commonality within rhetoric such as that at the other end of this post’s external link, just recall that no one among “those who trusted in it [tulipcoin] early” is “enjoying the rewards it has been sewing” unless they have already taken profits and that no blockchain has an […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 401 of WWIII

Straight from the And If You Believe That One files: “Bitcoin crushing US dollar & governments can do nothing to stop it — Max Keiser”

The tulipcoin marketing spiel is becoming quite desperate (note the source … and note as well the author whose so-called celebrity exchange was behind the curve of what the doctor’s closest meatspace avatar acquaintance was pitching in the early 1990s … and recall the fact that encryption cannot make a cybercurrency more sound than any […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 397 of WWIII

An email to the doctor, citing this post, asserts tongue-in-cheek that “tulipcoin is too as valuable as gold!” (hyperlink added but emphasis retained from the original email)

Uh-huh … that must be why so many cybercurrency hawkers pretend that calling them cryptocurrencies increases their soundness as currency — and it also must be why so many sites dedicated to cybercurrency feature images of coins which look an awful lot like gold (bottom line: it’s a transhumanist scrip-grift — so don’t be a […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 360 of WWIII

No, it ain’t (although that is in no way a Doctissimus @ Port Urla endoresement of tulipcoin)

Nothing stores value, for value is both subjective and variable — not only from meatspace avatar to meatspace avatar but also from each individual’s temporal moment to temporal moment (e.g. someone lost in the desert and near death from dehydration would value plentiful-elsewhere water over any currency whether sound like gold or unsound like cybercurrency-disguised-as-sound-through-encryption). […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 360 of WWIII

Now comes the cashless long con’s end phase known as the grifter sting (as in The Sting)

<sardonicism>Bankers are to blame for all your misery, and the “age of prosperity can be found in a Blockchain script”</sardonicism> … as if (take note all you tulipcoin marks that you’re aiding & abetting the NWO on top of being laughable newbies).

The doctor posted this entry on Day 350 of WWIII

Purchasing citizenship: is that how desperate tulipcoin marks have become in their risible attempt (aside: similar to Morgan-style propaganda regarding so-called new & popular Federal Reserve Notes) to call an unsound currency sound?

What’s worse: suddenly these Useful Idiots are doing even more than that to aid & abet the cashless NWO — namely, they’re trying to convince gullible meatspace avatars that purchasing so-called citizenship is laudable (recall that there are no such things as citizens because no meatspace avatar or group of individual meatspace avatars could ever […]

The doctor posted this entry on Day 344 of WWIII