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False Hope is a Waste of Time

HitlerWasRight

A shining example of a genuine approach!

False hope is a dangerous thing. It leads people into a false sense of security thinking that some group is speaking for them. This is precisely why in the US we see Donald Trump speaking on a few “controversial” issues, and why here in Australia we have these pathetic “Reclaim Australia” rallies. It is all to lead White folks down another path of false hope and no solution.

I know the argument against what I just said above, which is, “oh well, at least it brings a few issues to the table that are otherwise ignored.” I get that fact, and it’s all very well if a handful of people wake up to what’s going on as a result of some shill person/organisation saying something, but the bigger problem is that it misleads many more people than it awakens. The time for people sitting back and being complacent because they believe their new hero might do the job, is over. Fake opposition groups only exist to mislead, nothing else. Trump is probably a phony billionaire bullshit artist, and we can add to the list of bullshit artists: the English Defense League, UKIP, BNP, and here in Australia the “Reclaim Australia” group and One Nation, Tea Party and Ron Paul types in the US, you get the picture. Now, this is not to say there aren’t good people associated with these groups, there are, and that’s precisely the problem! If these shitty fake groups weren’t around, then all the good people involved in them could put their efforts toward formulating a genuine approach to our problems!

I believe it is an objective fact that people are wasting their efforts on controlled opposition groups. Not that I have some “all-knowing” brilliant way around it by creating something genuine myself, but I do know where well-intentioned people are going wrong, and that’s by placing false hopes in these compromised groups.

Anyway, my main point is that any organisation must be either 100% truth-telling and genuine in their approach, or forget about it. I’m not supporting half measures. Sure, we can use them for what they are worth – go to the rallies, spread some info, talk to a few people, try and get the message out there, but we shouldn’t waste our time attaching ourselves to these Jew compromised organisations when we know they are not really any good to start with.

AustFirst

I do like the Australia First Party though. They are honest in their approach, acknowledging racial reality, and their intent to implement measures which counter the Jewish problem.

Anyway, I did a Radio Stormer Presentation with Sven on the Reclaim Australia rally in Adelaide the other day. We covered a few good points.

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Either we tell it like it is, exactly how it is, or forget it.

Death or Glory.

– BDL1983

Bitcoin: Libertarian Idea of Paradise Would be Hell on Earth

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December 11, 2013

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Libertarians love Bitcoin.

About 44% of the online crypto-currency’s users self-identify as Libertarians.

They love the fact that it’s not controlled by a government or central bank — so no online Fed can “print” more of it and inflate our way out of trouble. They love that it’s decentralized; it’s the currency of The People, not The Man. They love that it’s “mined,” a bit like gold, because that makes it a bit like the gold standard, which libertarians think real currencies ought to be tied to. They love that Bitcoin isn’t taxed, so you can hide your income from the government if you want to. They love the way its value reflects pure supply and demand, and not a value forced into the system by regulation or monopoly. And they love that it’s fairly lawless — it’s difficult to enforce rules (other than the rules of the market) when everyone in the market is anonymous.

So the Bitcoin experience gives us a glimpse of Libertarian paradise: What life would be like with as little government interference as possible, in a market free of burdensome laws and taxes.

Unfortunately, that experience looks like a total nightmare. It’s characterized by radical instability, chaos, the rise of a boss-class of criminals who assassinate people they don’t like, and a mass handover of wealth to a minority even smaller than the 1% that currently lauds it in the United States.

If Bitcoin was a country — Bitcoinistan? — it would be like Somalia. Consider:

Bitcoin is most useful to criminals.

Currently, for ordinary people, cash and credit work just fine. While some mainstream businesses do take Bitcoin, there is no compelling reason — yet — for ordinary people to use it. If you’re a criminal, however, there are very compelling reasons to use it: you can transfer vast sums of cash completely anonymously. Cash transfers are a real problem for criminals. When you can’t use bank accounts, lugging around vast sums of cash gets old pretty quickly. Bitcoin solves that. So Bitcoin is very, very empowering for criminals.

There is a Bitcoin crime wave going on right now.

Given that Bitcoin is good for criminals, it should not be surprising that those criminals are targeting other Bitcoin users for thefts. The most spectacular theft so far is the Sheep Marketplace robbery, in which one hacker appears to have emptied a massive Bitcoin marketplace of up to $220 million in Bitcoins. Note that Sheep Marketplace was basically a trading post for drug dealers. Bitcoin exchange and account thefts are very common. Here’s a potted history of recent Bitcoin capers.

Bitcoin “law” is enforced by paid assassins.

The most shocking thing about the indictment of the Silk Road operator Ross Ulbricht was not the amount of money in Bitcoin he controlled (about $28 million). Rather, it was the fact that when other drug dealers ripped him off, he didn’t put it down as the price of doing business. Instead, he is accused of hiring a hitman to murder six people he believed had stolen from him. Ulbricht was a Libertarian. In other words, there will be laws in the Bitcoin Libertarian paradise: And the people with the most Bitcoins will decide what that law is, when it should be applied, and how “justice” will be meted out. In Bitcoinistan, the sentence for non-violent financial crimes includes the death penalty, apparently.

There is literally a Bitcoin market for assassinations.

There have always been people engaging in murder for hire, using old-fashioned cash. But the operator of this Bitcoin website seems to believe that Bitcoin creates enough anonymity to allow assassination to take place “at scale” (to borrow the parlance of the tech startup world). He wants to destroy “all governments, everywhere.”

Bitcoin as a currency is horribly unstable.

Lolbergs love a life of danger.

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Hmmmm…. Indeed it would seem that Bitcoin isn’t going to save us from the Jews!

– BDL1983