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Satoshi Nakamoto founder of Bitcoin represents First Wave in the Alien Invasion of Planet Earth

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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 03:34 AM
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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: AlienView

I have a pretty good idea who 'they' are.

One of them is actually called Satoshi Nakamoto, but he's moved on now.





Oooh cryptic.....

I mean why say anything at all if all you are saying in nothing at all?


Cryptic? - I agree - He posts a lot of interesting content - On this subject maybe not.

Back to the original Sci-Fi hypothesis:

Advanced alien species don't need to come flying out of space in the style of a grade B science fiction movie to conquer the planet.

Science fiction and reality have progressed.

An alien species merely has to seize control of the internet and the world is theirs - And of course that means controlling the world's economy - Bitcoin [all digital curency] is a perfect vehicle and means to total domination of the people
of the Planet Earth.

The illusry feeling of freedom that this currency is giving people and the way it made some people quick profits

is at the root of this hypothetical alien scam - People today are like the Indians who traded Manhatten for

some beads [Bitcoin] because it had value at the moment.

But I'm reasonable and can see both sides of the coin [so to speak] - You can't sell Manhattan.....

But just think of how much those original beads that bought the Island of Manhatten would be worth today if
you verify authenticity?


Dam! - I can't shake those aliens, sometimes I think they got to me too!

Still for my money, beads, or even Bitcoins, I would trust "Boorg Industries Intergalctic" above all.


THE FUTURE IS NOW !!!




posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 06:20 AM
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Stopped reading at first sentence.

We don't know who he is... So he is an alien. No.



posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 11:56 AM
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Then get in and get out

I hold gold, silver, stocks, Over 1000 lbs of food , all kinds of survival equipment, land with food gardens, tea plants, guns and ammo

Oh and guess what else?

Yep, bitcoin, ethereal coin, and lite coin..........

Weve met the aliens, and they are us.
We just forgot
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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 02:12 PM
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I've got a story that I like a bit better:

Cryptocurrencies are the biggest threat fiat currency, and its backers, have ever faced. Neither is truly backed by faith, but by the real world goods that are exchanged using a given currency.

But! As part of the social programming that has become the foundation of our modern world, anything that disrupts the narrative is automatically perceived as evil and "bad." Threats, or even insults, to whatever the individual has identified themselves with are seen as direct threats and insults to the individual as well.

With how our brains work, we will extrapolate out the unknown information based on current biases. I.e. if someone thinks that aliens are trying to take over the world, they will apply that to unknown quantities that threaten or otherwise insult the paradigms they subconsciously, unwittingly "support." Or.. sometimes consciously..

Individuals become defenders of the status quo paradigm, even though they frequently will never see it. In fact, due to the nature of that programming, most will think they not only break from the narrative, but actively fight against it (even though the opposite is happening).

Its all very clever; make people personally identify with and connect to faceless entities as if they are themselves. Anthropomorphism will take care of the loose ends. As long as that is the foundation, consciously or not, everything built upon it will serve the purpose of the structural plan. Then, people can satiate their need to be unique and "fight the power" using any story they want. Just leave enough unknowns to fuel the process, and you can build an entire world that builds on the planned narrative even when they believe they are fighting against it.



posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 03:12 PM
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a reply to: Serdgiam

Interesting narrative - I like my sci-fi alien one better.

Nonetheless two very old Human expressions come to mind:

1. The bolltom line and 2. Money talks

So regardless of whether Satoshi Nakamoto is an alien, clever businessman and/or con man, or an escaped mental patient
who came up with a crazy idea [ read how they 'mine' Bitcoin and the escaped mental patient idea starts to make sense]
that for some obvious reasons is still working, is beyond tha other issues Bitcoin people are missing - Mainly that the
for the moment profits and feelings of freedom that Bitcoin is giving them are not going unnoticed by the bankster crowd
- Soon they will move in [Bitcoin is already on the stock market] and when 'they' move in the aliens will seem like the
lesser threat - Crypto currency is the NWO [New World Order] dream come true - a perfect way to monitor and control
all financial transactions - Finally they will be able to eliminate cash, barter, and alll those other pesky financial
trading options that interfere with the plan for world control.

Luckily we still have "Boorg Industries Intergalactic' to count on

- And when it comes to anything related to AI Boorg is one step ahead of anything Human or Alien.




UNIVERSAL SPACE ALIEN PEOPLES ASSOCIATION
universalspacealienpeoplesassociation.blogspot.com...



posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 08:45 PM
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a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed

Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto was once a physicist at Cal Poly University in Pomona, afterwards, Nakamoto worked as a systems engineer on classified defense projects and computer engineer for various technology and financial information services companies (such as Citibank).

When interviewed about his involvement in Bitcoin he said, "I am no longer involved in that and I cannot discuss it. It's been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection."

After the original paper, the project was taken up by Nick Szabo and Hal Finney who had collaborated on a predecessor to Bitcoin called 'Bit Gold'. Nick is recorded as having said, "Myself, Wei Dai, and Hal Finney were the only people I know of who liked the idea... enough to pursue it to any significant extent until Nakamoto."

Wei Dai had previously theorized about what he called "B-Money" but I don't think he was in the group that communicated under Satoshi's name.

I also believe that Szabo was the 'ringleader' of the group that used Satoshi's name and published most of the communications under it.

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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 10:21 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Interesting piece of history of Bitcoin chr0naut - So if you insist we again descend from my sci-fi universe to Human reality
- Bitcoin aficionados consider this:

"Chips no longer good as cash"
By Liz Benston


"............The harsh lesson he learned is that this isn't old Vegas, where casino chips were the coin of the realm, used to settle debts between friends, buy groceries and pay for haircuts. That culture started to change 20 years ago when Nevada defined tokens as the property of individual casinos and prohibited their use "for any monetary purpose" outside the casino. They were simply intended as stand-ins for cash, loaned to players for the sole purpose of gambling.
The regulation was adopted to bring state law in line with federal rules prohibiting the creation of new currencies
............
Quote source:
lasvegassun.com...

"Federal rules prohibiting the creation of new currencies" ?!?!?!

Isn't Bitcoin supposed to ba a stand alone currency ??? - Is that legal ???

And if legal today what is to stop the US Government, any and all governments from enforcing and if need be passing,
new rules and regulations outlawing their use as currency ???

That Bitcoin worth thousands of dollars today could suddenly take a dump and become almost worthless !!!



posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 11:04 PM
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originally posted by: AlienView
a reply to: chr0naut

Interesting piece of history of Bitcoin chr0naut - So if you insist we again descend from my sci-fi universe to Human reality
- Bitcoin aficionados consider this:

"Chips no longer good as cash"
By Liz Benston


"............The harsh lesson he learned is that this isn't old Vegas, where casino chips were the coin of the realm, used to settle debts between friends, buy groceries and pay for haircuts. That culture started to change 20 years ago when Nevada defined tokens as the property of individual casinos and prohibited their use "for any monetary purpose" outside the casino. They were simply intended as stand-ins for cash, loaned to players for the sole purpose of gambling.
The regulation was adopted to bring state law in line with federal rules prohibiting the creation of new currencies
............
Quote source:
lasvegassun.com...

"Federal rules prohibiting the creation of new currencies" ?!?!?!

Isn't Bitcoin supposed to ba a stand alone currency ??? - Is that legal ???

And if legal today what is to stop the US Government, any and all governments from enforcing and if need be passing,
new rules and regulations outlawing their use as currency ???

That Bitcoin worth thousands of dollars today could suddenly take a dump and become almost worthless !!!


Yes, Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, are usually illegal.

Which goes a long way to explain why Dorian Nakamoto didn't want to publicly acknowledge his involvement. He already had expressed anti-government views and his job prospects would have disappeared to nil if he was the face of Bitcoin.

It also took a while before the general public was made aware of the cleverness of the blockchain concept.



posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 11:12 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut:

"Yes, Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, are usually illegal."


- Now if that is true how would you explain the fact that it is being used and accepted by more and more businesses - And that investment shares in it are now being sold on legitimate markets ?











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posted on Dec, 15 2017 @ 01:16 AM
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originally posted by: AlienView
a reply to: chr0naut:

"Yes, Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, are usually illegal."


- Now if that is true how would you explain the fact that it is being used and accepted by more and more businesses - And that investment shares in it are now being sold on legitimate markets ?


Legal tender From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Use does not really change the legal status.



posted on Dec, 15 2017 @ 02:33 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: AlienView
a reply to: chr0naut:

"Yes, Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies, are usually illegal."


- Now if that is true how would you explain the fact that it is being used and accepted by more and more businesses - And that investment shares in it are now being sold on legitimate markets ?


Legal tender From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Use does not really change the legal status.


I did some research - apparently, as far as governments [Including the US] are concerned, it is legal depending on how it is used:

I quote:

"November saw responses from the various agencies. The Department of Homeland Security was the most worried about the criminal threat from illicit use of bitcoin, while the Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and the Department of Justice all acknowledged the legitimate uses of virtual currencies. The SEC argued that “any interests issued by entities owning virtual currencies or providing returns based on assets such as virtual currencies” were considered securities and thus fell under its remit.........."

Quote source:
www.coindesk.com...

If 'they' [powers that be] say it is legal - It is legal, even though technically they may not call it currency to avoid legal conflict.

Like I said, you don't have to be a 'conspiracy nut' to see how those same 'powers that be', call it the NWO or whatever truly likes the idea of digital currency - easier to monitor and eventually control - as is anything on the internet
- A true conspiracy theorist might suggest that regardless of who apparently started it - the plot, like the NWO, was hatched long ago - Again the goal is control.


Sometimes I do believe we can access info from the future:

SCIENCEFICTIONALISM the Way of the FUTURE
universalspacealienpeoplesassociation.blogspot.com...







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posted on Dec, 15 2017 @ 02:36 AM
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originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: booyakasha

Better yet, real estate.


yeah but again. These are traders. They are smart with money. They are going to let the real estate bubble crash before buying anything.
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posted on Dec, 15 2017 @ 03:16 AM
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a reply to: booyakasha

Perhaps. There is always great deals to be had, even in a booming market.



posted on Dec, 15 2017 @ 03:25 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut

that's more like it.



posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 06:39 AM
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a reply to: Serdgiam

Serdgiam wrote:

".........Individuals become defenders of the status quo paradigm, even though they frequently will never see it. In fact, due to the nature of that programming, most will think they not only break from the narrative, but actively fight against it (even though the opposite is happening). Its all very clever; make people personally identify with and connect to faceless entities as if they are themselves. Anthropomorphism will take care of the loose ends. As long as that is the foundation, consciously or not, everything built upon it will serve the purpose of the structural plan. Then, people can satiate their need to be unique and "fight the power" using any story they want. Just leave enough unknowns to fuel the process, and you can build an entire world that builds on the planned narrative even when they believe they are fighting against it".



Yes, this is sometimes called "DOUBLETHINK" - The powers that be are masters of this and have been for a long time.

In the reality game of doublethink the winners rule the World - An espeicially fun game for 'them' as most the masses aren't even aware that they are pawns in a game - All political power in the modren world is part of this game.



In Orwell's 1984, what is doublethink?

"In George Orwell's dystopian classic 1984, doublethink is the act of holding, simultaneously, two opposite, individually exclusive ideas or opinions and believing in both simultaneously and absolutely. Doublethink requires using logic against logic or suspending disbelief in the contradiction.

The three slogans of the party — "War Is Peace; Freedom Is Slavery; Ignorance Is Strength" — are obvious examples of doublethink. The act of doublethink also occurs in more subtle details throughout the novel.

Quote source:
www.cliffsnotes.com...








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