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Calvin Robinson joined the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast” to focus on how to resolve the rising inequalities in society and the way the proliferation of social media has led to an erosion of household values.
When requested how to alleviate a number of the ever-growing inequalities in society, Robinson steered he’d reduce taxes and, as an alternative, cost a price added tax (VAT). He would reduce nationwide insurance coverage and allow individuals to preserve extra of the cash they earn. Most importantly, Robinson suggests separating the state from the banking system.
Robinson says, “The Bank of England is promoting the idea of a centralized digital currency that it has control over. I think that’s the most dangerous idea that we’ve ever heard because, of course, that will lead to a social credit system that will lead to being able to only spend your money in the right ways on the right things at the right times.”
The group goes on to focus on potential laws that may inhibit society from exploring Bitcoin’s full potential. Robinson posits, “I think we’re going to see more and more limitations and restrictions put in place over the next few years as governments discover that this could potentially lose them control over the financial system. So we need to move quickly and make sure that this spreads as rapidly as it possibly can.” He suggests customers and retailers undertake Bitcoin to ensure that it not to be such a distinct segment market and to turn out to be extra mainstream.
Following up their dialogue on Bitcoin, Robinson guides the dialog into social media and the devolvement of household values. He discusses the implications of a Chinese-controlled platform, TikTookay. Robinson claims that TikTookay in China is restricted to healthful movies about household life and being a very good citizen, whereas the American model contains questionable content material that degrades Christian values, particularly round gender identification. He says, “It’s so that what used to be objective is now subjective. What used to be truth is now your own personal truth. You can define reality around you and it’s destroying family values.”
In conclusion, when discussing how younger adults in earlier generations went to battle (and present ones in Ukraine), the host, Q, says, “I, unfortunately, think that our generation is going to be doing that with the financial markets. We are going to, as an entire world, have to stand up against the [World Economic Forum] WEF, we’re going to have to stand up against the [International Monetary Fund] IMF and we’re going to have to stand up against the fiat system that’s been created.”