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September 09, 2018, 05:23:49 PM
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In my estimation, the decline began in the mid-90's. Or as soon as Bush Sr. took the thrown. It's hard to pinpoint the exact moment but it doesn't matter. Things took another sudden dark turn in 2016 with the craziest election I have ever witnessed. The country, and even the world, especially the western world, is split down the middle. The "news" and most media took sides, mainly one side. Now cryptocurrency is under attack. Sites like Hostgator and others refuse service. So divided are we that whatever group you may be a part of, Facebook, forums, even establishments, bars, and workplaces try to monitor how you feel and what you believe and say just as fascists do. And they will question you. If you don't tow their party line, whether it makes sense or not, you almost surely WILL be rejected from the group or kicked out of the establishment or even fired. It happens every day. A recent example is how I started a group in a forum and built it up to 7700 members. After I posted my opinion about gentrification and proliferation of extremists in my neighborhood, I came back to find that my group was given to others, without even a warning. It's a total shutout. After 2016 I figured this was just a bizarre faze that will pass. However the non-s insanity seems to be increasing. Censorship of opinions, hatred, violence, racism, and hypocrisy are the new norm. And this infantile behavior is being taught in schools, not to mention the detestable sexualization of children. They can't avoid the messages. On top of this, the economy shows signs of cracking, and few even show concern when threats of nuclear war are all too frequent. Do you feel this is just a bubble or is this the beginning of the end of "civilization" or was that just a veneer all along and the animal side is now winning over?
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September 09, 2018, 06:46:33 PM
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I think we are seeing the collapse of the deep state. That will cause a lot of problems in the short term, and then we will enter as new golden age.

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September 09, 2018, 07:37:59 PM
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I think we are seeing the collapse of the deep state. That will cause a lot of problems in the short term, and then we will enter as new golden age.

jes the crypto decentralisation could create a lot of consequences with unknown chaos imagine huge economic spheres like the usa, or EU have no singular currency anymore everyone owns questionable token no one knows what they are worth.

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September 09, 2018, 10:04:24 PM
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In my estimation, the decline began in the mid-90's. Or as soon as Bush Sr. took the thrown. It's hard to pinpoint the exact moment but it doesn't matter. Things took another sudden dark turn in 2016 with the craziest election I have ever witnessed. The country, and even the world, especially the western world, is split down the middle. The "news" and most media took sides, mainly one side. Now cryptocurrency is under attack....detestable sexualization.... economy ....nuclear war ... the beginning of the end of "civilization" ...

Man, the crazy is just starting.
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September 10, 2018, 09:51:12 AM
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It`s discussible, but I really think, that crypto may ruin world we are living in to create new world, hopefully better.
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September 10, 2018, 04:25:24 PM
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I believe our actions within the next couple of decades will have a huge impact on the fate of humanity-how we choose to regulate AI, whether or not its used malevolently.. The "animal side" is winning, and we have to learn how to control it and use its weaknesses and strengths to our advantage if we have any hope of creating a decent world for the most amount of people.

Decentralization is a movement that's long-needed and I feel is being sped up by all the awful things that are happening in governments. It's a bad for a good. If Trump didn't happen along with the social media scandals, people would still largely be taking governments seriously and be trusting of internet platforms. The movement away from these structures is evident and required for true "freedom."
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September 11, 2018, 08:14:30 AM
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Modern turns medieval, knowledge is replaced by ignorance - of course we going downwards instead of upwards.
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September 11, 2018, 09:01:57 AM
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This is part of creative destruction. Technology will hopefully bring all of us back together in a new fruitful world, which is more balanced and fair to every organism, with less greed and corruption.
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September 12, 2018, 04:37:17 AM
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I think we are seeing the collapse of the deep state. That will cause a lot of problems in the short term, and then we will enter as new golden age.

jes the crypto decentralisation could create a lot of consequences with unknown chaos imagine huge economic spheres like the usa, or EU have no singular currency anymore everyone owns questionable token no one knows what they are worth.
What do you mean "singular currency?"
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September 12, 2018, 04:38:49 AM
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This is part of creative destruction. Technology will hopefully bring all of us back together in a new fruitful world, which is more balanced and fair to every organism, with less greed and corruption.
It's possible. The internet has certainly had a massive effect on world communication.
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