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Rule III: Do Not Hide Inflation in the Fog

A reimagination of “Beyond Order” by Jordan Peterson through the lens of Bitcoin.

Preface

This writing mirrors the exact chronological structure of “Beyond Order[1],” offering reflection through a Bitcoin lens. This is part 3 of a 12-part series. If you read the book, it adds a second dimension. All quotes credited to Jordan Peterson[2]. All reflections inspired by Satoshi Nakamoto.

Those Damned Plates

“Do not pretend you are happy with something if you are not, and if a reasonable solution might, in principle, be negotiated. Have the damn fight.”

Governments assume the guise of the savior handing out trillions in stimulus money. When prices rise, they deny[3]. Don’t pretend to be happy with your country’s monetary policy if you are not. The wealthy who already own assets get richer, the middle-class savers lose purchasing power, and the lower class watch the little they have vanish. The government is not here to save you. All currencies are being debased. Central banks are in a race to the bottom. The United States is printing with such intensity the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (FRED) discontinued updates to its M1 Money Stock[4] and M2 Money Stock[5] charts. This censorship hides the unwanted in the fog.

Bitcoin gives the ordinary worker a fighting chance. Check out John Vallis[6]’ podcast on Decentralized Grazing[7]. His guests, UntappedGrowth[8] and BitcoinAndCows[9], apply the Bitcoin ethos, restoring America’s soil bank, earning self-sovereignty and sidestepping fiat debt. His model forms a mutually beneficial trinity between investors, ranchers and landowners, who serve their own interests but create exponentially more fruit together through the

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currensceneFLOGO WHTsquareThough not the oldest form of currency, some form of shell money appears to have been found on almost every continent. The shell most widely used worldwide as currency was the shell of Cypraea moneta, the money cowry.

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