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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yb2lgDYDGM Bill Cooper talks about the illusion of money on his Radio show 'Hour of the Time. if you don't believe what is talking about try and get 1/3 of your savings today. Bank will tell you to come one week later. This is why Credidcards were made and now we have CRPYT O money, money that doesn't exist but everyone believes in magic BIT C.O. IN what is BIT in Slavic language it means ESSENCE. We don't believe in fiat currencies but we believe in Make-Believe Money sounds reasonable... And no my channel is not monetized MOON EY(MOONING) is a transient thing logic should tell you it is not that important. Real money is your food, your water, and your intact soul.
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