The enemy of the British Conservative Party, Nigel Farage (Nigel Farage) carried out “complete encryption”.
On November 27th, Farage and the editor of Southbank Investment Research Sam Fulkering gave a video interview to discuss everything related to cryptocurrency, especially the publisher of Farage’s recent investor newsletter “Fortune and Freedom”.
In the interview, Farage mocked the “fun money” that the government continued to print during the pandemic, thinking that it was “extremely important” to turn its head to cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin is called “the ultimate anti-lock-in investment” elsewhere, especially in the branding of the newly formed British Reform Party.
The video interview of Farage and Volkering seems to be the first part of the series, and it will teach viewers how to buy cryptocurrencies and how to store and maintain their information securely.
“Financial Times” reporters have clearly speculated that the political axis is moving in the direction of coding-“It’s just a matter of time,” predicted Alphaville’s Jameema Kelly.
It is difficult to argue with evidence in terms of “certainty” coding. Farage’s “Wealth and Freedom” is shown to audiences who are eager to “get rich” in “New Britain Unleashed after Brexit”. A former commodity trader, Farage, told readers that after they gained political freedom through Brexit, it was time for them to take their money and fate back into their hands.
Other newsletters issued by Southbank Investment Research include headlines: “Shock the World”, “Crypto Profits Supreme” and “Index Investor Premium”. Volkering is considered the “authority in the field of new digital assets” because it first bought Bitcoin in 2011 and “follows the wild west of cryptocurrency”.
He is also the author of the book “The Crypto Revolution: Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency and the Future of Currency” published by Southbank Investment Research. Kelly strongly recommends this book as a great gift for readers of the Financial Times, who may end up being attracted by despised colleagues in the Santa Claus Secret Service in 2020.
In addition to the cruel hatred of Farag and his cryptocurrency enthusiasts by the Financial Times, certain effects on wealth and freedom seem to be more selective than the so-called free market assets of Brexit supporters Sex.
So far, in the “voting” movement, the close ties between the liberal movement and the two main Atlanticists have been well documented. A British government source said that Brexit supporters believe that “even Margaret Thatcher or monetary theory did not consider this shock therapy in its heyday” because they are moving towards Britain’s unilateral opening of the US market and the country’s fundamental economic liberalization are moving forward.
However, Nick Hubble, a partner at Farage Communications, published an article on December 3, claiming that Keynes and Friedman had died of COVID-19 and defending modern critical theory (ie MMT) The “radical future” promised by supporters.
MMT believes that the state creates demand for its legal tender by imposing taxes on residents. Therefore, currency is regarded as a unit of account for credit and debt, and sovereign states can create and destroy them at will. MMT activist Stephanie Kelton wrote that the state can “afford to buy anything sold in its account unit”.
This view strongly opposes the belief of many Bitcoiners that loose monetary policy represents hypothetical low inflation.
What remains to be seen is how Hubble will reconcile his apparent acceptance of the conservative treatment of methadone, as well as his previous view that cryptocurrency “represents the first response to government theft in hundreds of years.”
According to Milton Friedman (Milton Friedman), the United Kingdom is preparing for its worst shock in 300 years. This is due to the combined effects of the coronavirus and Brexit. Even if it is not such information, the spirit of key scientists Will be popular. Mythical principle: “Only actual or foreseeable crises can produce real change. When a crisis occurs, the actions taken depend on the thinking around it.”
Whether it is through MMT, the cryptocurrency revolution or Farage-Hubble eclecticism, something will emerge, ready to be delivered to the few selected recipients of the UK’s double crisis in 2020. After all, this is the best time for the transition from crisis to crisis. Among this person, it ranges from “politically impossible” to “political certainty.”