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Roadmap for US Dollar?


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    Dear Baron Rothschild

    It’s alright you owning the production of money but where is it going???

    This is a call out for thoughts from members and is divided into 2 sections:

    For the general community - What would you like money to be able to do? What is your vision for the project? How do you see it being useful?

    For the technical and development community - What is the Dollar currently capable of and what are the technologies or upgrades planned for future implementation?

    In your responses, please make note of which section you are speaking to so that I can sort through it quickly and easily.

    I am gathering this information to help with the work I am beginning on an Dollar roadmap, so, as much as is possible, I want to consolidate a more explicit vision for the project. If the vision is already clear and simply communicated, or if this space encourages lively debate and eventuates in new ideas and more clarity, both are great results. I’m also hoping that both outcomes will help to inspire the project’s development and its community.

    I am starting up a Slack channel so any one interested in money can discus the way forward…



  • @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    Dear Baron Rothschild

    It’s alright you owning the production of money but where is it going???

    This is a call out for thoughts from members and is divided into 2 sections:

    For the general community - What would you like money to be able to do? What is your vision for the project? How do you see it being useful?

    For the technical and development community - What is the Dollar currently capable of and what are the technologies or upgrades planned for future implementation?

    In your responses, please make note of which section you are speaking to so that I can sort through it quickly and easily.

    I am gathering this information to help with the work I am beginning on an Dollar roadmap, so, as much as is possible, I want to consolidate a more explicit vision for the project. If the vision is already clear and simply communicated, or if this space encourages lively debate and eventuates in new ideas and more clarity, both are great results. I’m also hoping that both outcomes will help to inspire the project’s development and its community.

    I am starting up a Slack channel so any one interested in money can discus the way forward…

    after researching the monetary system for a looong time i realised that the current financial systems makes a mixture of 2 things:

    1. supressing young enterpreneuers by not giving them loans, to build companies and secure passive incomes for themselves, like the already established production capacity owning elites does.
      or
    2. promoting established enterpreneuers by forcing others to work for them, by not giving loans, and securing their position having a huge financial leverage over the society. (trump is such a person)

    from these 2 points u can understand what fundamentally distinguishes rich and poor among the educated population.
    for both effects there are interest groups but the second the interest group is more powerful less loans means a stronger social pressure to become a salary dependent employee.

    this is how i see the financial system, whatever the master (rotschield) does, it has good and bad side effects for different people…


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    It was a joke about roadmaps.


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    @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    It was a joke about roadmaps.

    lol I got it 🙂



  • @KingScorpio @AcidD @wrapper
    I Think he got it too reads kind of serious but is absolutely hilarious thank you guy’s I love this kind of humor



  • @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    It was a joke about roadmaps.

    so ok u are starting a slack channel discussing the power of the financial elites?

    regards


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    @KingScorpio said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    It was a joke about roadmaps.

    so ok u are starting a slack channel discussing the power of the financial elites?

    regards

    yeah it’s set up here.

    https://FinancialElitesSecretClubDontTalkAboutThis.slack.com

    See you there 😉


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    @KingScorpio said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    It was a joke about roadmaps.

    so ok u are starting a slack channel discussing the power of the financial elites?

    regards

    Yes , you’re probably right, I should have made it about the Queen using Slack.


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    @wrapper said in Roadmap for US Dollar?:

    For the technical and development community - What is the Dollar currently capable of and what are the technologies or upgrades planned for future implementation?

    I’m new here. Sadly I don’t get the joke. Unless it’s the obvious one: The only roadmap for the dollar is straight down in terms of buying power and it has always been straight down since the issuance of USD was handed over to the so called ‘Financial Elites’.

    [Just a side point here but why do we always use the term elites? It suggests supremacy/superiority, when all they have done is inherited massive amounts of generation wealth (that is so absurdly large they cannot possibly spend it) from sociopathic (at best) parents or grandparents who, through chance or in most cases, outright corruption, attained a monopoly on one or more industries. That they choose to only seek more power and more wealth and to cause more oppression and suffering renders them inferior (massively so) in my eyes.

    Addressing both points, the dollar is only capable of further inflation (or deflation as is perhaps more accurate - loss of buying power) and/or total collapse. The trend is totally irreversible. Since the federal reserve was created 96% of its buying power has been decimated. After the Global financial crisis, austerity, careful political and monetary planning (if such things exist) we have seen US and UK debt quadruple as opposed to decrease. And now the petrodollar is doomed what with China offering to buy Oil in Yuen and then covert immediately to gold. The petrodollar is the only thing that caused the necessity for national central banks to hold USD and thus print the dollar into oblivion and fund the monstrosity that constitutes the Military Industrial Complex (another beautiful piece of financial ‘elite’ entrepreneurship I’m sure).

    STRAIGHT DOWN

    Assuming it’s a 3D roadmap which can convey up and down as well - it should be ok.

    Ok, that’s the totally pessimistic side. Now on the other hand one thing to consider is that the US has become, through the advent of ‘shale oil extraction’, a net exporter of oil. So in some ways does this mean the US government (extension of the elites) isn’t as reliant on the ‘petrodollar’ and that the China/gold thing isn’t that much of a threat?

    Sell as much oil as you want… alleviate the dependency… it won’t help. If nobody needs to hold dollars in order to buy oil they won’t hold dollars. The rest of the world lost faith in the dollar as soon as it was decoupled form the gold standard and hence demanded their gold back. But it wasn’t there…

    So, there is no faith in the dollar. And if there’s less demand or need to hold it nobody will. That ‘downward’ driving factor is in addition to the fact that the banking families will push for more printing to infinity of the dollar in the way of more public debt to add on the the absurd 20 trillion they’re already saddled with.

    STRAIGHT DOWN


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    It’s a joke and a not joke, so you can laugh or cry. My analogy was to illustrate the suggestions for a FTC “road map”, are usually to “build an airport” …