The Case For Bitcoin Manipulation

Just for a minute, put yourself in the shoes of a central Bankster. Your life is pretty good…no, your life is actually very good! You live wherever you want: a penthouse in Manhattan, a flat in London, an estancia in Argentina…there is no home that you cannot afford and where you are not welcome! You have women at your beck and call, you have more money than you know how to spend, your yacht is longer than many cruise ships, and if you play your cards right, you could even be knighted by royalty and feted by the press, all for the simple decision to print tons of money at someone else’s expense. Not a bad gig, eh? Think about it – If you had that kind of wealth and power, you’d probably guard it jealously too, right?

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I have written my first published novel, Downsized, and it’s now available for purchase via Amazon:

The easiest way to describe the book is via the book jacket blurb about it:

Downsized is a novel for our times. It depicts the story of three friends who struggle through hardship and adventure after they lose their jobs in a corporate downsizing event and are forced to reinvent their lives, both as expats in Costa Rica and as outcasts in the USA. Soon, they find themselves confronted by corruption, betrayal, blackmail, and a looming economic crisis that forces them to put everything–even their lives–on the line. Written in an earthy, contemporary style that combines elements of literary fiction, humor, travel, suspense, and psychological analysis, Downsized blends a variety of genres in the telling of this fascinating story of ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances as they “take the road less traveled by.”

I hope y’all will enjoy the read!

ps-You may contact me directly if you wish to have an autographed first edition copy. I’m sure that will be worth big bucks some day…:))

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Buy Gold!

For many years now I feel like I’ve been the voice of a man “crying in the wilderness” by advising people to buy gold.  If you’d bought gold back when I wrote that article, you’d be up about 50% right now: not bad, but not great, either, considering you could have done slightly better in the stock market.  

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