Finally a politician that sees the bigger picture..
All my life I have considered politicians to be the worst people in the world because as human history has very well shown, politicians use their power for their benefit and in turn, this does a lot of harm to those they govern. We are currently seeing this more clearly, as politicians although they may have the ability to help all people, simply do not do so. That is why people who stopped believing in politicians and their false promises have created systems like cryptocurrencies so that people who have always been marginalized can have an advantage or greater opportunities in today's world.
And although many politicians are against cryptocurrencies as it robs them of all control over the people, yesterday I was surprised to find a senator speaking coercively about what is currently happening with the situation of the increasing debt of the United States, which affects not only that nation but also the whole world. And while President Biden was passing legislation to raise the government debt limit to $28.9 trillion, Senator Cynthia Lummis praised bitcoin for existing because it helps people protect themselves from policies that only generate inflation and poverty.
When Lummis delivered her speech she brought up several interesting points about the role bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, in general, have in today's economies, she mentioned that cryptocurrencies could help countries like the United States address the looming crisis when the state runs out of cash. And this is so, as cryptocurrencies are not beholden to governments and political choices, they should grow and be there, allowing people to save in case of governments fail..
It is a good thing to find a politician who thinks clearly and is not uttering the same scratchy speech of cryptocurrencies and terrorism. It is incredible to see how even politicians are not safe in the face of an acute crisis like the one that occurred in 2008, and that is why they have opted for more viable solutions such as cryptocurrencies. That is why this senator time after time has accumulated BTC to protect herself from inflation.
Of course, my opinion about politicians remains the same, as I would never trust them in my life. But it is good the direction they are talking about the importance of cryptocurrencies in people's lives and that instead of banning them or regulating them to try to control them, they should just try to educate people about their use. Can you imagine if they would spend $28.9 billion to help people get into, know and understand cryptocurrencies? Well, I'm sure it would be amazing.
But what do you think about it?
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