Below is a live excerpt of Marty’s Bent Problem #1337: “Ignore the ineffective central planners. “ Sign up for the newsletter here.
The unproductive class is doing its best to destroy the global economy. This class of politicians, bureaucrats and central bankers has been enabled by a global administrative state that has been expanding at an ever-increasing rate since the end of World War II. The individuals who make up the unproductive class aren’t going to create anything of value in the world no matter what they want you to think, they are an essential part of the world order. In fact, the ineffective class should perhaps be more aptly described as the counterproductive class because everything they do seems to create friction for those who actually bring productive and specialized skills. valuable subject to the world.
Hell, it’s even gotten to the point where it’s not a far-fetched idea to believe that the inefficient class is actively counterproductive in its efforts to push the masses into a state of fear and despair that leaves them vulnerable to manipulation. more needy. act against their short- and long-term best interests. Your crazy Uncle Marty has come to this conclusion. One can only witness so many “incompetent mistakes” that coincide in a row over the course of several years before a suspicion begins to arise that something nefarious is going on.
Forced door lock.
Mask normalization, which has been shown to have no effect.
Apply experimental vaccines.
Energy policy reduces availability and reliability while increasing costs.
Food policy leads to shortages.
When isolated, it can be easy to dismiss everything as a policy mistake that anyone can make in the heat of the moment. However, when you take a step back and notice that these policies across different domains have been spreading with incredible speed and coming together Global, it is difficult to draw any other conclusion than a concerted effort to radically restructure society in the eyes of those in power: the class of psychotic central planners is not productive. If the class does not have an internationally coordinated productivity, control money, energy, food, and eliminate physical autonomy, they will successfully conquer the world.
Don’t look weird now, but the inefficient class actually has a high degree of control over all that at the moment. I think we’ve been subdued. Most men don’t find themselves in a position where they need to figure out how to fight a lurking submission. They find themselves in a position where they realize more clearly that they have been subdued and work quickly to break free while the door to freedom remains cracked and in an open position. out with a little effort.
Bitcoin is the wedge that is keeping the door open and the more prominent it becomes, the more likely it is that a large number of men will escape the subjugation of the unproductive class. Power over money is the basis from which the unproductive class operates. If one person had central authority over the creation and destruction of currencies and deciding who could and could not receive or send those currencies, they could essentially plan a economy in a centralized manner. Bitcoin allows us to separate that central control from the inefficient layer. However, this is only the first step.
In order to completely remove the inefficient layer from the control lever, the production layer must start protecting the layers outside the money using bitcoin. One of the highest and most breakable floors is energy. Bitcoin mining offers many avenues by which energy producers can begin to separate themselves from the inefficient class that uses money printers. The easiest way to do so is to directly monetize their trapped energy through bitcoin mining.
By converting previously wasted resources into hard-to-censor money, energy producers can begin to fortify their balance sheets in the worst-case scenario – buying relatively expensive ASICs during the peak before the market drops – and top up or in the best case – buy a relatively cheap ASIC at the pre-bull market bottom. Increasing the efficiency of your assets is always a good thing, but it is a great thing when that efficiency (in this case, taking advantage of previously unused assets) results in increased profits . This is step one.
Step two begins when energy producers realize the power of the Bitcoin network and start demanding that they get paid for selling their precious energy resources to the market. When this happens, the script will be completely flipped on the non-production layer. With the craziness of ESG missions increasing as time goes on, the likelihood of this scenario flipping increases.
It is not difficult to see how an attack on energy producers from the inefficient class has pushed ESG’s frenzied missions in markets where they have begun trying to freeze the bank accounts of the powerhouses. The producer decided not to play along with the madness. If and when this point is reached, it may frighten these energy producers, but they should not. They have leverage on their side because they generate energy, which is very important for human development. As we found out pretty quickly, when energy supply chains are disrupted, it has dire consequences. When pushed, intelligent humans will begin to skip the unproductive layer and try to get the energy they need in any way they can. Luckily for those smart individuals, Bitcoin exists and it’s there to provide them with a censorship-resistant network through which they can settle energy transactions. Sats for power will become the norm.
It would be great if it didn’t get to this point, and the best way to prevent it from getting to that point is for energy producers to bypass censorship by starting to settle their transactions in sats instead of bad. The question that remains is: How can the productive class take the initiative and quickly get the unproductive leeches out of the equation?