Facebook Banning All Cryptocurrency Ads Recently, I speculated “Facebook Is Conspiring With Money Mafia To Kill Off Cryptocurrencies“.
Critics have it I was barking at the wrong tree.
But you know what? Today, I found out Facebook actually allow LOAN SHARKING ADS!
Facebook Allows Loan Sharks To Prey On Their Network
Loan Shark Ads offering Euro 2,000 to 1,000,000 appeared on Facebook
As you are probably aware, America and by its extension the whole world is being leeched on by a super parasite simply known as Money Mafia, or call them whatever you want … The Fed, Rothschild, Central Bank, Banking Cabal, Super Loan Shark.
How do they suck our blood?
Simple, they lower living standard of Americans (diluting the value of the greenback), by printing money recklessly.
How so? They charge interest on all currency printed in U.S. using the FED. And the interest is direct INFLATION.
(Currency printing can be carried out by the Treasury Free-Of-Charge just like JKF Executive Order 11110 – That’s why JFK was assassinated?)
For example, they conspired with the power-that-be to add $ trillions of debt just to bail out financial institutions owned by them during the massive 2008 Wall Street Bailout … something we can never pay back in the next 100 years, even we do not add more debts
Unlike individuals and corporations, U.S. as a country can never declare bankruptcy, and Americans are enslaved to pay back the $ trillions to the Super Loan Shark with interest, something cost them nothing to produce, the money was created out of thin air. And as you are aware, these crooks assume ZERO responsibility over the hardship upon Americans, and they are not accountable to anyone. The FED is the only private company operating ABOVE THE LAW. They are given diplomat status, they are immune to American Law, yet they are allowed to take full control of American life!
Isn’t this absurd?
If Facebook is not a part of the Money Mafia, why do they allow Loan Sharks to prey on unsuspecting public, while killing all form of cryptocurrencies ads at the same time?
Why do they want to kill off cryptocurrencies?
The #1 Reason – Unless the Money Mafia is able to invent a new cryptocurrency that will allow them to profit just like the fiat currency, something they can print and charge interest at their whim and fancy (using a private company called the Fed). There is no way they going sit back and watch the cryptocurrencies replace the very business they have been profiting in the trillions for centuries.
It does looks like the Money Mafia has run out of option ie. they have failed to invent a new cryptocurrency which they can manipulate like fiat currency.
That said, it’s reasonable to believe Facebook could be conspiring with Money Mafia to kill off cryptocurrencies.
Still unconvinced? Check this out …
Putin’s Banning of Rothschild Banks resulted in Russian Economy Booming and Foreign Debt Reduction by 75%
The Russian economy is now booming due to Vladimir Putin’s expulsion of Rothschild banks in Russia, according to reports.
Russia has reduced foreign debt by 75% making them the sixth-largest economy in the world by Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), with a $4-trillion GDP.
Russian Economy Booming Following Putin’s Ban Of Rothschild Banks
RT.com reports: Back in 1999, the Russian economy by PPP was worth only $620 billion. So, in the last 18 years, Russian economic output in these terms has increased by 600 percent.
Inflation rates have decreased from 36.5 percent to 2.5 percent by the end of 2017. The total value of assets of the Russian banking system has risen 24-fold to $1.43 trillion. Capitalization of the Russian Stock Market has grown more than 15-fold to $621 billion… More
Bitcoin slides further, headed for worst week since 2013
Bitcoin fell 9 percent on Friday, leaving the best-known cryptocurrency down more than 30 percent this week and headed for its worst weekly performance since April 2013.
The cryptocurrency dropped to as low as $8,155 at 0915 GMT on the Luxembourg-based bitstamp exchange amid a broader rout in the market. Other large cryptocurrencies have lost more than 20 percent of their value in the last 24 hours of trading, according to Coinmarketcap.com.
A growing regulatory backlash against digital coins has sent investors scrambling to sell this week. Bitcoin is down more than half from a December peak of almost $20,000 after it notched up a more than 1,000 gain last year… More