Posted in Finance by Earthling on December 28, 2013

Ok, the word is out. I’ve been wondering for quite a while where this “bit coin” garbage has been emanating from. I now have the answer.

Barck Obama and Eric Schmidt

Barck Obama and Eric Schmidt

Bitcoin is NOTHING more than an alternative investment product – another commodity. That is all it is. This has been clear to me for quite some time now and, for the life of me, I could not understand these alternative media – so called “gurus” – such as Max Keiser (who refused point blank by the way to discuss mathematically perfected economy and who is, in fact, a Wall Street investor. That is all he is and all he ver shall be and he is pushing his “alternatives” to benefit himself).

ANY purported “money” of ANY type, be it gold, silver, fiat or bit coin, is a commodity in and of itself. It is a traded commodity like anything else and why? Because it is falsely represented as “money” rather than purely an exchange mechanism which REPRESENTS value (or “money’) that you and I and everyone else creates. UNTIL SUCH TIMES THAT MONEY IS RECOGNISED FOR PRECISELY WHAT IT IS, THIS FALSE ECONOMY, REPRESENTED BY WHATEVER TRADABLE COMMODITY WILL PERSIST!

Meanwhile, here is the fact: THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS IS BEHIND THIS NEW CURRENCY AND WHAT THEY ARE DOING IS BRINGING A WORLD CURRENCY IN THROUGH THE BACK DOOR. If what this “Strategic Tech Investor” newsletter is correct (and it is NOT any form of “Conspiracy related” media after all) then China is jumping on the bandwagon. Once you have China in on the game (essentially, then, the entire far east following suit) and you have the west, through the Council on Foreign relations, adopting it, it’s endgame. Barack Obama is not “worried” about this at all. He does what he’s told by the CFR and his “mentors” such as Brzezinski and Kissinger.

And now we know why Eric Schmidt and Google have been so high profile within the Bilderberg set up in recent years. It’s all about Google being primed for creation of a new international electronic currency.

Bitcoin strategic investor


If you wish to listen to the “presentation” related to this newsletter on the subject, then click here:



And lo and behold, the likes of your “guru” Max Keiser is getting you all to “buy into” the entire idea. I’ve never trusted that guy and his bile for a few years now. Your “alternative” heroes are selling you all out lock, stock and bit coin! Even David Icke and Alex Jones and so many others. No, Icke has not pushed bit coin (Icke wouldn’t know what to push except saturnial aliens) but Jones on the other hand, has, once more, been another “guru” who will not entertain anything in the realm of the REAL solution: MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY. He pushes gold and silver and why? Because he’s funded by people who’s interests are in such (at the moment). I haven’t seen Jones do TOO much on bit coin and there’s a good reason for that – the gold thing. Once bit coin takes hold however, you can be sure he will.



12 Responses

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. Philip Licinio said, on December 28, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    I knew the bitcoin stank..more bs from cfr!

  2. D. Hounsome said, on December 28, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    Have taken note and will keep an eye on any comments relating to NZ.

  3. Crystali said, on December 29, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    The creation of electronic credits is part of the plan to a cashless society. Although cash is created by us the people through our energy and hard work, they have enough of it to retire it in their system. They create the alternative such as the Euro to centralise currency inflow to one source. The bitcoin system (which I know very little about), is the attempt at a (start of) major electronic credit system coup d’etat, that still relies on cash in exchange for it until cash is no longer necessary and the electronic bits take over completely as cash is reeled in and withdrawn completely.
    You will then literally be working for nothing, although it is a means of accepted currency for exchange, it is still fiat and more easily controlled in the big man’s hands as always.

    Cash is a commodity that each other can share by means of actual manual exchange as gold and silver is and even cows and bags of grains so to speak. Electronic credits can only ever be exchanged through the computer system and obviously links directly to the creators of the credits system giving them all power, and you expressly at their beck and call and command where the big man can more easily manipulate, hack it and embezzle 0 and 1’s at will. It also makes it easier for them to withdraw credits through electrical crashes and power outs.

    A no money system is the key, but a cash system is better for the people than an electronic credits system. We have all witnessed first hand the devastation of a cash vs credit system for the general population.
    Not many a system that is not created by ‘them’ would survive, I am sure they will see to the instant demise of a successful alternative, so if it is successful and survives more than six months is most likely created by ‘them’, although that is not absolute.

    Maybe I am more paranoid about the ruling elite than I care to admit, or I am seeing it with a skewed point of view through my scepticism of ‘them’ and their system!

    I have not studied the alternative Lawful Bank (, but it could be a genuine alternative.

    • earthlinggb said, on December 29, 2013 at 7:44 pm

      No paranoia there. Just fact. Re the lawful bank. Nope. It’s MPE or it’s all the same shit.

      • Erisian Buddhist said, on February 6, 2014 at 5:44 pm

        “Electronic credits can only ever be exchanged through the computer system and obviously links directly to the creators of the credits system giving them all power”

        This is only true if the software is close sourced and relies on a centralized party to act as a clearing house. Bitcoin is open source (anybody can read, audit, and contribute to the source code) as well as peer-to-peer, meaning it’s decentralized and has no central party to adminster the software.

  4. Marko said, on December 29, 2013 at 7:23 pm

    Look at the Winkelvoss brothers. Haven’t they acquired a massive amount of bitcoins or they are running some kind of brokerage firm for them? All the info is out there. A couple of people mentioned that it looks like they are trying to do some kind of pump and dump on them. They wish.

    If it seems too good to be true…

    Everyone is waiting for the Knight in shining armour to ride in and save us – Gurus – New Economic Systems…

    Whilst those that play the Guru and game the system get us to pick their potatoes for them!


    That’s cryptic enough for one day.

    • earthlinggb said, on December 29, 2013 at 7:43 pm

      You think you’re cryptic when you’re not even! lol

      • Marko said, on December 29, 2013 at 10:38 pm

        Doesn’t get much more cryptic than that. Encryptic. For those times when you just don’t understand yourself.

        Alles klar.

  5. australia4mpe said, on January 27, 2014 at 8:08 am

    I’m not surprised here really, it was clearly obvious where bitcoin was going when I officially called this in some respects about a year ago on my blog , only to be ignored on the most part & those who did take notice where advocates of bitcoin anyhow insisting it had nothing to do with banking of course, even after I presented them with the fact back then & , well , well this here is nothing but vindication, however will people take notice of MPE now while the likes of Bill Still, Max Keiser etc are still selling everyone on the idea that a cryptocurrency is some purported solution, only time will tell , when they inevitably fall on their own sword .


    Well done mate .

  6. Erisian Buddhist said, on February 6, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    There is so much ignorance in this piece I literally can’t begin. I’ll just say that you guys need to read up on what it means for something to be open source and peer-to-peer.

    • earthlinggb said, on February 6, 2014 at 6:00 pm

      Do me a favour Erisian, summarise precisely how bit coins, as money, comes into existence. In layman’s language, take us through the steps of generating that “money”.

  7. […] [Quelle:] […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: