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Who Will Next Be Removed From The Internet?

Date: Friday, January 15, 2021 8:24 AM EDT

Big Tech gave moral and financial support to last year’s Black Lives Matter riots, which resulted in dozens of deaths and billions of dollars in property damage. The ideology that drives that form of political violence is deemed to be “progressive.”

Supporters of sound money and critics of the Federal Reserve System are apparently treading on thin ice. This week, Facebook temporarily blocked the account of gold advocate and former Congressman Ron Paul for supposed violations of “community standards.”

The powers that be both in Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C. definitely aren’t gold bugs. They are instead enthusiastic digital bugs who dream of overseeing a totally cashless economy.

While the utility and convenience of digital payments in the internet age can’t be denied, neither can the risks of digital deplatforming, tracking, theft, lost passwords, etc. Holding at least some significant tangible wealth (hard money) offline, outside of the banking system, is the ultimate form on insurance against such risks.

 

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