How it was that the President's middle name was chosen is difficult to know. On the one hand, it appears to be a combination of French and English; on the other hand, it appears to be entirely French. Nearly certain is that the French diminutive suffix -ette applies in both instances. So, we are left to ponder whether Joseph Biden, Jr. was meant to become a "Little Robin" as the English language would suggest, or a "Little Faucet" as the French language suggests. And, if he were destined to become a "Little Robin", would his favorite color be red or Sherwood green?
No matter, for we have only to rewrite the single b as a double b and drop the diminutive, and we have something much closer to the real Joseph R. Biden, Jr. -- namely. Joseph Robbin' Biden, the "Big Guy"!
Now, you may be wondering what any of this has to do with Mount Cambitas and the story of real money, so please allow me to put your wondering aside and come straight to the point. The Central Banking Digital Currency (CBDC) envisioned by our nation's master planners in Washington, D.C. shares little in common with Bitcoin. It would in essence be just another form of statutory counterfeit created or destroyed at the will of those who created.
What is worse, because of its electronic nature it would carry far more information than the portion of the world's total purchasing power held by its owner. And, let us be clear, its owner would be neither you, nor I, for our ability to make use of it would depend entirely on its creator. The writing is on the wall; we must do everything in our power as the citizenry of our great nation to take back the ownership of our nation's money supply.
Our money supply belongs to the people, and its value should be determined in the market place, not behind closed doors. We have allowed the thieves to run amok with our personal wealth far too long. We granted the US Government the right to tax; we never granted it the right to steal.
Order No. 14067 is a presidential order that calls for an exploration of the feasibility of a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in the United States. The CBDC can only make an already bad situation worse.
Taxation is upfront; it is in our face, and we can accept or reject it. Statutory counterfeit is surreptitious. It takes place behind our back, and in the short run it is barely visible, if it can be detected at all. Statutory counterfeit places enormous unearned wealth in the hands of the few at the expense of the many, and in the long run it has enormous deleterious ramifications not only on the economy, but society as a whole.