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Jan 4Liked by Insanely Free

Thanks for sharing and quite a disturbing timeline, yet entirely feasible. Any thoughts on the most favorable jurisdictions within the US to survive the Great Reset?

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One of the pieces of advice you've repeated is to delete spotify, and I was always hesitant to. "But how will I listen to music!?" now that we don't use MP3 players anymore. I downloaded Ublock origin on my laptop and mobile firefox browser, so if I really want to, I can listen to music completely free, saving over $10/month! But on top of that, I'm aware of the power of music/sound/vibration, and I know that I had songs on my playlists that weren't the best for my psyche.

I appreciate your articles and reread them often because they are a touch of clarity in this strange societal inversion that we currently call reality.

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Thank you!

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Dec 26, 2023Liked by Insanely Free

Great read as always. Bitcoin I think you'll agree is outside the description "digital wallets, digital money" quoted below as a bad thing to avoid. It's an important distinction to seperate CBDC style digital money with a pure open source, censorship resistant, non custodial digital cash - bitcoin. EG I effortlessly send you some sats for every article here or on Nostr that I get value from. I'm finding a lot of people who are aware of the current agenda are still finding it hard to seperate bitcoin from CBDC's unfortunately.

"Personhood: Avoid anything that carries a barcode or QR code. We are not numbers, we are persons, we are humans. Say no to anything that reduces you down to a scannable code; digital IDs, digital wallets, digital money, and so on."

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Thanks for your well-written comment (and much appreciated sats!).

Indeed, Bitcoin should not be confused with CBDCs. The one attribute they share in common, however, is that you need a smartphone in order to use them -- in everyday scenarios, beyond tipping authors online.

Personally, I'd always prefer physical cash over and above anything that requires smartphones. Sadly, that includes Bitcoin. The optics of scanning QR codes to pay for groceries is hopelessly dystopian in my mind.

But Bitcoin is not digital money in my mind; I see it more like digital gold. Even if it helps me collect some tips here.

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Dec 25, 2023Liked by Insanely Free

The article aptly supported my sharing in a group yesterday about my intuition which I was unable to back up with facts as you do with well-founded information, so I forwarded your article to "justify" my unorthodox point of view. But are you not concerned about being traced/hacked by the "democratic authorities"? 🤔

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Thank you :)

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