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March 18, 2015, 11:47:31 PM
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promoting Bitcoin is not the only way to fight central banks ...  Cheesy

not left wing, I still appreciate people who fight the dirty money printers, funny how Anarchists support the Austrian school of Economics   Cheesy

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March 19, 2015, 11:59:38 PM
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The damages caused by the protesters have been grossly overstated. I've called my friends in Frankfurt yesterday, and they told me there are more traffic and disturbance during the motor show than there was because of the ECB's new building. Only a few cars were set alight, and everything was quickly back to normal, after a few hours.

My friend also said his last time on the Zeil (Frankfurt's main shopping street), there were people demonstrating and calling for Germany to leave the €. That Germany should stop paying for all those losers in the South... My own last time in Frankfurt, there were greens demonstrating against nuclear power. There's always a lot of happening in Frankfurt...

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