Q: (L) Okay. We have a lot of questions here, so I guess we might as well get to the first one. Mike has some questions about Bitcoin.
(Mike) In general, who is the person (or people) that created Bitcoin?
Q: (L) Well, alright.
(Mike) For what purpose did they initially create Bitcoin?
A: Bridge to nowhere.
Q: (L) What do you mean, "Bridge to nowhere"?
A: Digitize, and then deprive common man of resource.
Q: (Joe) The kind of obvious idea about any digital currency despite what they say about them is that it's a transition away from physical money.
(Niall) Cashless society.
(Joe) And more control of people. If anybody thinks that that's not what it's about, you're naive. That doesn't mean you can't make money off it in the interim. But eventually, it's a bridge to, yeah...
(Niall) When the music stops...
(L) Yeah, it's a game of musical chairs.
(Mike) There are currently a lot of interests involved in cryptocurrencies, and cryptocurrencies seem to be heading toward ‘main street’ adoption at some point with ‘Web 3.0’ being worked on, created, and built. Whether or not TPTB (or elements of it) were initially involved in the creation of Bitcoin, what are TPTB’s current plans in relation to cryptocurrencies?
(L) Well, I think we just got the answer to that.
(Joe) The plan is to destroy the current global economy - for all sorts of beneficial reasons for the elite. And obviously when you destroy the economy, you rebuild it on what? A digital currency.
(L) Absolute control!
(Joe) They can shut you off at any time.
(L) Just remember that session where we talked about the Mark of the Beast and 666 and all that stuff. They were moving towards absolute control. You won't be able to eat without being a member under their control.