A reminder to the French people (but all of us really)

Protesting in the street shows your collective disgust with your government's recent unilateral actions.

You are to be applauded for your engagement with and attention to such matters. A government should fear its people and not the other way around (as things stand today in many parts of the world). Being from the US, I'm sad to say that the people here would rather fight each other over stupid (highly engineered) wedge issues than the real enemy. The ones who hold us and the products of our collective labor captive have designed a very effective cage with many tantalizing distractions indeed.

Don't get me wrong – public protests have a place and are important. But they also disrupt your lives and the lives of your family, friends, and countrymen.

In the end, the chances of a public protest overturning or convincing your country's policy makers is minimal. It also opens you up to the potential for real harm at the hands of the elites' police and/or military. Governments are beholden to those that keep them in power. These are the same people that seek to rob you of the fruits of your labor and (in this instance) want to force you to work and generate yield for them until you die.

Consider an alternative.

Buying bitcoin is peaceful. It doesn't disrupt your life or the lives of those around you who suffer along side you. The only people it harms is the elite fiat cartel that enslaves you. Will they still be rich in a bitcoin world? Absolutely. But the rules will change. They will be forced to play by at least some of the same rules as the rest of us. Bitcoin is rapidly becoming the only tool left against tyranny.

So go ahead and protest. I am too. I buy bitcoin to hopefully slowly and steadily starve these parasites into oblivion.

Vive la France. Liberte, egalite, fraternite toujours.

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