What is the End Game? A thread by Kim dotcom

I'm not a great fan of Kim dotcom but this is a useful and logical thread laying out some unavoidably dyer numbers.

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This may be the most important thread that I ever make. Big picture stuff.

I’ll try to help you understand why the future is not what we’re hoping for. A major global collapse is coming. It may be worse than we can imagine.

Our leaders know.

But what are they planning?

The United States did not have a surplus or a balanced budget since 2001 and in the last 50 years it only had 4 years of profit. In fact all profit the US had in the last 50 years wouldn’t be enough to pay for 6 months of the current yearly deficit. So what do they do?


US spending and debt have spiraled out of control and the Govt can only raise the money it needs by printing it. 

That causes inflation. It’s like taxing you extra because you pay more for the things you need and all your assets decline in value.

See the money printing frenzy:

The problem is that this has been going on for so long there’s now no way to fix it. The reality is that the US has been bankrupt for some time and what’s coming is a nightmare: Mass poverty and a new system of control. Let me explain why this isn’t just doom and gloom talk.

Total US debt is at $90 trillion. US unfunded liabilities are at $169 trillion. Combined that’s $778,000 per US citizen or $2,067,000 per US tax payer. Remember, the only way the Government can operate now is by printing more money. Which means hyperinflation is inevitable.

The total value of ALL companies listed on the US stock market is $53 trillion. 

The real value is much lower because the US has been printing trillions to provide interest free loans to investment banks to pump up the stock market. It’s a scam.

Most of the $53 trillion is air.

The value of all US assets combined, every piece of land, real estate, all savings, all companies, everything that all citizens, businesses, entities and the state own is worth $193 trillion.

That number is also full of air just like the US stock market.

Let’s do the math:

US total debt: $90 trillion

US unfunded liabilities: $169 trillion

Total: $259 trillion

Minus all US assets: $193 trillion

Balance: $66 trillion

That’s $66 trillion of debt and liabilities after every asset in the US has been sold off.

Do you understand?

So even if the US could sell all its assets at the current value, which is impossible, it would still be broke.

The US is beyond bankrupt.

This patient is already dead.

This patient is now a zombie.

You probably wonder why are things still going? Why didn’t it all collapse yet.

It’s all perception and denial.

The perception is that the US has the largest economy and the strongest military in the world. But in reality the US is broke and can’t afford its army.

The denial is that all nations depend on a strong US or else the global markets will crash.

The only reason why the US zombie keeps going is because the end of the US is the end of western prosperity and an admission that capitalism failed as a model for the world.

But it doesn’t change the reality. The collapse is inevitable and coming.

What’s the plan to fix this?

You may have heard of the great reset or the world government.

Is it a controlled demolition of the global markets, economies and the world as we know it?

A shift into a new dystopian future where the elites are the masters of the slaves without the cosmetics of democracy?

Without a controlled demolition the world will collapse for all, including the elites.

The world has changed so much, nothing seems to make sense anymore, the blatant corruption is out in the open, the obvious propaganda media,  the erosion of our rights.

What’s the end game?

https://twitter.com/kimdotcom/status/1525293982133407744?s=21




Tell Me About Bitcoin - 1 pager by Preston Pysh

Tell Me About Bitcoin

What does Bitcoin intend to solve?

  • Bitcoin was created to put a global, digital, peg on fiat currency. Since 1971, money around the world has not had a peg. This can work, but not over a long period of time because governments around the world will debase their fiat money in order to create growth through financial engineering. It’s the classic Tragedy of the Commons – only between nations with their fiat money. To date, this has occurred via the bond markets – which now have no yield on a real basis. I’m sure you’ve noticed that existing fiscal and monetary policies are polarizing social classes globally. This is the result of overusing inflationary monetary policies with no monetary peg. Do yourself a favor and Google, Cantillon Effect. Since Bitcoin has a fixed supply of coins and it runs on a decentralized protocol (similar to the Internet Protocol (IP) or Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)), it has been forcing fiat currencies to conform to its rules for ten years now. The price is so volatile! Yes it is – for now. This is a new form of currency and the current market capitalization is very low relative to existing fiat currencies. As a result, you get volatile swings. Additionally, the Bitcoin protocol has a four-year cycle based on a game theory incentive structures used to execute fiat currency. This cycle is straightforward and it’s important to understand why the volatility peaks every four years. To better understand this cycle please read the following paper: https://tinyurl.com/btc-cycle

How does Bitcoin have a fixed supply of money?

  • You’ve heard the buzzword Blockchain? Imagine if I could send you a digital picture. Once you receive that digital picture, you are the only person that can possess it. You can’t copy it nor send a copy of it to another family member. Well, that’s what Blockchain enables. Bitcoin has done this with 21 million Bitcoins. And before you say, that’s not enough units for the entire world, please realize that you can break 1 Bitcoin into 10^-8 units. Or in other words, there are 2,100,000,000,000,000 total units. There will never be any more than that because of blockchain technology. There are a million crypto coins –why Bitcoin? First,remember, bitcoin is an open source decentralized protocol. When studying how protocols reach mass global adoption, you need to understand network effects over communications channels. Although Wikipedia isn’t a protocol, it can serve as an example. Anyone could copy the open source code for Wikipedia, change the name, and then try to adopt new users and overtake Wikipedia as the global source on the internet. This doesn’t happen because of network effects. Bitcoin has the strongest protocol network effect for pegged money. Here’s an important article that highlights why it’ll likely stay that way: https://tinyurl.com/btc-security

Governments will never allow it!

  • During the early years of protocol growth, this was a major concern. Today, the opposite is occurring. You have state governments like Wyoming already passing legislature to protect Bitcoin holders. Additionally, you have countries like Germany, Australia, South Korea, and many more already passing laws to protect ownership. Here is an hour-long podcast conversation only addressing this question – recorded in 2020: https://tinyurl.com/btc-legal

Final note

  • You know there’s something systematically wrong. The world you knew 20 years ago is not what you have today. Guess what, the fiat money, fiscal spending,and inflationary monetary policy is causing it.Future bailouts and further debasement of fiat currency will only strengthen this trend because it’s applying more of the same policies that brought us to this point.Bitcoin is the answer to this runaway global policy and broke incentive structure.No single paged paper will answer the depth of questions you probably have. Here is a great resource that’s organized to help answer any questions you might have: https://tinyurl.com/btc-resource

By Preston Pysh –Twitter: @PrestonPysh

Download this document at: https://tinyurl.com/Bitcoin1pager