Rulers Don’t Want The Slave Class To Own Cryptocurrency

by Tommy Grant

Those who rule over the slave class (governments and central banks) do not want the slave class to own any currency that they cannot control. Recently, Jaime Dimon, who is a JPMorgan boss claimed that the cryptocurrency Bitcoin is “worthless” and a tool for criminals.

Remember when another entitled elitist said that if the slaves didn’t want to be injected with his mRNA technology they were criminals? This seems to be a habit lately of the ruling class, and yet the only criminals are them.

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Cryptocurrencies facilitate illegal activities such as money laundering, according to JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, who has insisted that digital assets should be banned. When the ruling class tries to force or ban things, there’s always a larger meaning. It’s about control of the slaves, for certain, but, could it also be that no one will use a fully controlled slave system currency like a central bank digital currency if other options exist?

“I’ve always said that Bitcoin doesn’t have value,” the Wall Street heavyweight told Fox Business Network on Tuesday according to a report by RT.  “The actual use cases are sex trafficking, tax avoidance, money laundering, terrorism financing. It’s not just people buying and selling Bitcoin,” he claimed.

The crypto industry has suffered a slew of scandals recently, starting with the collapse of the FTX crypto exchange in November 2022. This placed the sector under intense scrutiny from US lawmakers and resulted in the conviction of former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. In November 2023, another major crypto exchange, Binance, was fined $4.3 billion for various violations, ranging from money laundering to bank fraud.-RT

So the slave class cannot try to get out from under their masters, but the ruling class can commit crime after crime and get away with it because most slaves are too ignorant to even know they are slaves to these sociopaths:

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We had better start to figure out their game soon, or it’s going to be a bumpy 2024.

* This is not financial advice.

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