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January 23, 2016, 07:31:48 AM
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Everybody and family knows that all chinese and all chinese pools have signed a blood oath with Core... right? It's in their best interest.
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January 23, 2016, 07:34:13 AM
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It wouldn't be the first time that the majority is uninformed.

I don't see how uninformed got into it (thought you would just sneak that in did you)?

I don't presume that the majority of western citizens are so uninformed (although presumably you are accusing me of being uninformed along with everyone else).

They / You are either uninformed as to the objectives of a communist state or have a different political persuasion than I do.  Imo, state monopoly is not desirable.

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January 23, 2016, 07:34:58 AM
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Bitcoin core is the most simple solution and the one which is easiest to implement. So I see no problem with this, in my mind, BTC dev team should stop arguing for alternatives, implement this and business as usual.

I'm agree, if bitcoin dev can increase blocksize as part of bitcoin core's update, it would be great.

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January 23, 2016, 07:36:30 AM
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They / You are either uninformed as to the objectives of a communist state or have a different political persuasion than I do.  Imo, state monopoly is not desirable.

Well as I read your Wikipedia link and have not made a single comment about the "objectives of a communist" state it is rather hard to see how I (and the majority of western citizens as well let's not forget) are so uninformed.

I think that the objective of any state is power/control over its citizens and I would also assume that the majority of western citizens would also have a similar opinion (although unlike you I don't wish to put words in their mouth).

Perhaps you just like to think that you are more informed than everyone else?

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January 23, 2016, 07:44:44 AM
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They / You are either uninformed as to the objectives of a communist state or have a different political persuasion than I do.  Imo, state monopoly is not desirable.

Well as I read your Wikipedia link and have not made a single comment about the "objectives of a communist" state it is rather hard to see how I (and the majority of western citizens as well let's not forget) are so uninformed.

I think that the objective of any state is power/control over its citizens and I would also assume that the majority of western citizens would also have a similar opinion (although unlike you I don't wish to put words in their mouth).

Perhaps you just like to think that you are more informed than everyone else?


I don't hold it against them.  It is hard to interpret the doublespeak coming out of the PRC when they preach of international cooperation, but pursue policies of international monopolization.  Every state attempts to maintain rule of law over its citizens.  The difference is if the laws of the state are codified by a representative government or by monopolists.

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January 23, 2016, 07:47:33 AM
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Perhaps you just like to think that you are more informed than everyone else?

I don't hold it against them. It is hard to interpret the doublespeak coming out of the PRC when they preach of international cooperation, but pursue policies of international monopolization.  Every state attempts to maintain rule of law over its citizens.  The difference is if the laws of the state are codified by a representative government or by monopolists.

I see - so you do think that you are more informed than everyone else - glad we cleared that up.

As I am not as well informed as you I shall let you get back to informing people how uninformed they are without my further distraction. Smiley

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January 23, 2016, 07:52:43 AM
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Perhaps you just like to think that you are more informed than everyone else?

I don't hold it against them. It is hard to interpret the doublespeak coming out of the PRC when they preach of international cooperation, but pursue policies of international monopolization.  Every state attempts to maintain rule of law over its citizens.  The difference is if the laws of the state are codified by a representative government or by monopolists.

I see - so you do think that you are more informed than everyone else - glad we cleared that up.

As I am not as well informed as you I shall let you get back to informing people how uninformed they are without my distraction. Smiley


I am more informed than those who naively believe that the objective of communism is a socialist utopia or that the Chinese communist government doesn't run a state monopoly on all industries of any importance.

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January 23, 2016, 08:05:57 AM
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Good article. I see the AAron article just as FUD, so common in Bitcoin world. It means just one or two Chinese pools still supports Bitcoin Core, others Bitcoin Classic. Otherwise we would see more sources + pool statements supporting Bitcoin Classic they changed their support back to Bitcoin Core already... Anyway majority of Bitcoin business understands the change needs to be done, I saw only Ledger walet still supporting Bitcoin Core, not much impressive.

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