HEIST: Wall Street Wants to Rob Us BLIND!
Today, I want to really stress how big powerbrokers, billionaires, and institutions are attempting to position with Bitcoin and several other leading cryptocurrencies by scaring the general public out of them.
It all goes back to a powerful and conniving strategy based on the “problem, reaction, solution” model.
Go back 85 years to 1933. In Germany, the democratic elections result in victory for the National-Socialistic party, led by one Adolf Hitler.
In his mind, he is already plotting how to turn the country into a dictatorship, but he knows that no one would agree to this plan.
He creates a scenario that will allow him to present the idea of dictatorship by originating a “problem.”
On February 27th, 1933, the Reichstag building, which is the German parliament house, goes up in flames. Fear was widespread, and Hitler immediately pointed a finger at the communists, his archenemy, in order to make sure he clears the threat and seizes more control. A year later, Germany, a leading cultural hub and industrial powerhouse, was a dictatorship.
Hitler wasn’t the first to use this strategy, and certainly not the last. Children use it daily with their parents on little things. Adults do so as well, but sometimes it reaches epic proportions, and I want you to be aware of it because billions of dollars are funneled for playing mind games with you.
Misinformation is as common these days as a can of Coke. When used in the financial media, it can cause manias or panics, depending on the agenda. For example, from 2004 to 2007, when banks wanted to unload dog shit on the public in the form of toxic derivatives and mortgage-backed securities, the mainstream was cheering about the healthy housing market and why the time to buy is now.
With cryptocurrencies, there’s a behind-the-scenes blueprint to shake out the general public from crypto ownership so that Wall Street, venture capitalists, and wealth managers can step in and buy a boatload at bargain prices.
There’s a deliberate and concentrated effort to hype the regulatory issues.
This is classic fear mongering, but people are influenced by it. There’s no two ways about it. I just want you to understand that this has a clear agenda of getting you to sell your precious cryptocurrency on the cheap.
JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, George Soros, the Rockefellers, and countless other robber barons are all over cryptocurrencies.
It wouldn’t be long before they changed the narrative, stating that crypto “is the future” and sparking a buying frenzy after they have fully positioned.
Don’t get spooked out!