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SEC Vs XRP: Is SEC Trying to Scam Ripple?


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Governments around the world fleece their people all of the time. It is just that recently people who are affected across the country by such and institution can now work together and exchange information. I don't think governments have adapted to it yet. If there wasn't for the internet who in you're geographical area could you talk to about the SEC's behavior toward xrp. I literally do not know a single person. 

Yes we are getting screwed right now. Sure Ripple has probably pulled some shite, but at the same time they have been very open about the need for regulation so they know their boundaries and can work with in the law. The reality is that there aren't laws to follow when it come to digital assets, so what does one do?????????

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“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
Henry Ford

If all fiat money is lent into existence (printed out of thin air or at the press of a button), then WE as the lender are in debt to those who lent this stuff to us. It's the biggest con game in history (after religion), and of course WE can never get out of debt as long as WE use THEIR interest bearing debt based tokens. So here comes crypto, upsetting the banker's game, THEY don't like it, THEY don't want it, but THEY ain't stupid, so if you can't beat 'em, join 'em, which is where we are at right now. So setting the system up via THEIR rules and making US all once again dance to THEIR tune is what THEY are trying to do right now. Will THEY win, only if WE let them, this is at the heart of Satoshi's vision.



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