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31 January, 2018

Choosing camps: Facebook forced to align with the Western banking cabal against Cryptocurrencies


The supposedly independent world of Internet and Social Media shows that it will be forced to choose camps in the global economic war, which has also a significant geopolitical impact.

After the Wall Street mafia declared war on Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies in at least three cases quite recently, it was the turn of Facebook to obey by choosing the camp of Western banking cabal against Cryptocurrencies. From Recode:

Facebook is banning all ads that promote cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, in an effort to prevent people from advertising what the company is calling “financial products and services frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.

That means no advertiser — even those that operate legal, legitimate businesses — will be able to promote things like bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings — ICOs for short — or binary options, according to a Facebook blog post.

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Ads that violate the company’s new policy will be banned on Facebook’s core app, but also in other places where Facebook sells ads, including Instagram and its ad network, Audience Network, which places ads on third-party apps.

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Look for blowback from entrepreneurs and investors who argue that the move unfairly punishes legitimate cryptocurrency companies and related crypto products. Facebook’s board of directors includes two investors — Marc Andreessen and Peter Thiel — whose firms have been prominent crypto backers. Facebook Messenger boss, David Marcus, is also on the board at the popular crypto exchange Coinbase.



The decision is not coincidental. It comes right after Russia made a first move to issue its own Cryptocurrency, followed by other countries who expressed their willing to issue their own Cryptocurrencies, with latest example Belarus, in order to escape the Dollar and the Western monetary monopoly.

The fact that Facebook's board of directors includes investors whose firms have been prominent crypto backers, strongly indicates that the company was actually forced to follow the camp of the Western banking cabal in its campaign against Cryptocurrencies. It also verifies the belief that in the pyramid of the Western economic bloc the financial sector still possess the greater power, as it seems that dictates certain strategies even to the biggest companies.

The picture becomes more and more clear. At the time that entire countries consider ways to escape Western sanctions and suffocation from the Western monetary monopoly, the Western bloc seeks to find ways to prevent an uncontrolled 'universe' of alternative transactions. As these countries see a great opportunity to achieve targets through blockchain-type technology, Wall Street panic grows further.

The Western banking cabal is now in very difficult position because this new Cryptocurrency 'epidemic' has its roots to Bitcoin, which is a product that came outside of the norms of the Western economic domination system.

Yet, the biggest problem is that, since one can buy Bitcoins with classic currencies, the Bitcoin market is automatically connected to that system. Which means that, sooner or later it will be 'contaminated' by attracting, for example, all kinds of speculators coming from the 'dark side' of the dollar-dominated financial capitalism.

Which means that, although Bitcoin is a decentralized Cryptocurrency, the Western banking cabal knows how to destroy it: simply by 'contaminating' it with all the speculative factors that are necessary to create a big bubble that will burst (although not that easily in the case of Cryptocurrencies).

Therefore, the Western banking cabal will seek to destroy Bitcoin before it finds a safety net in a system flooded with decentralized Cryptocurrencies and other Cryptocurrencies issued by a major rival bloc. It is expected that the global economic war will become much wilder, very soon ...

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