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Obama Official Painting: Black Artist Is Fraud, Uses Chinese Painters

A Racist Con-Man: Obama’s Portrait Artist, Who Hires Cheap Chinese Labor To Paint “His” Work, Says “Kill Whitey” Is A Major Theme:  This wraps up everything wrong with the DNC leaders.  They use cheap foreign labor to do their work and they lie about who is the creator/worker taking credit for things done by low paid staff.

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Anti-American ‘Art Professor’ Lisa Rockford: Broward College Defrauds Art Students

Our universities are seeing a near-total collapse of the ‘liberal arts’ as crud is passed along as ‘artwork’ and music is trashed and unbearable to listen to, poetry is kicked to death, all the ‘arts’ are dying thanks to lunatics who believe in making anything ‘art’ while unable to create anything artistic.  Today’s crud story is about a female Prof who uses American flag as doormat in college ‘art display’.

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Robbers Create Crypto Crap Currency Via Stealing Victim Computer Systems To Run Numbers


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The crypto crap currency scam attracts criminals like honey attracts flies.  Every day now, a new scam pops up.  To create this fake money, they use computer codes which is one of the most insecure systems possible, ask any hacker.  Well, the latest hack is about hijacking people’s computers to run ‘create fake money’ codes.  Since it costs some considerable money in the form of buying energy to create these scam schemes, the smart thing to do is to steal people’s computer power and make they pay for the energy while the thief gets to ‘print money’ and sell it to dealers who want to make a killing in the scam markets.

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$400 Million Cyber Cyrpto Fake money Is Easily Stolen From Fools

“Biggest Theft In Crypto History”: Over $400MM Stolen From Hacked Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchange | Zero Hedge.  Actually, the biggest theft here are the originators of the fake cyber money scam, they are the real thieves.  Illegal junk attracts criminals who recognize a scam when they spot it.  Naturally, the entire cyber money scam is infiltrated by and attacked constantly by crooks, it is a financial cess pool.

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Bitcoin Con Game Began With Just ONE ‘Trader’ A Year Ago

Bitcoin Crashes 20% Amid Growing Fears Of Crypto Crackdown | Zero Hedge:  Asian governments are finally cracking down on this obvious scam.  Eventually, all will do this.  This ‘money’ system eats up energy like crazy, at the same time all our governments are yelling at us about fake ‘global warming’.  We are supposed to not use energy even to stay alive, it is ‘killing the planet’ while at the same time, this fake money scam eats up energy like crazy.  Some people justify this claiming falsely that they use ‘only renewable’ energy doing this but that is a lie.  They do use ‘cheap energy’ only because it is now very expensive to ‘create money’ out of thin air.

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Ethereum Crashes As Alarmed Governments Outlaw Fake Money Scams

Bitcoin Mining Fees Soar As China Crackdown Progresses | Zero Hedge

 

New Survey Reveals Staggering Number Of People Are Buying BitCoin On Their Credit Cards | Zero Hedge: this is classic, the last legs of a mania. The infamous Tulip Mania ended when people were putting their homes into hock to buy tulip bulbs for speculative purposes. Note how alarmed authorities are now cracking down on fake money used for crime or wild speculation. The cynically named ‘Ethereum’ scam shot upwards last week and now is nosediving. This is insanely stupid.

 

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South Korea, Australia, Russian Central Banks Stop Bitcoin And Other Fake ‘Money’

The obvious scam of the bitcoin mania is finally forcing governments to intervene due to the dangers of an army of fools losing all the hoped-for loot in real money that the founders of this scam promised them.  When I was a child, I was very angry with the boy with the magic beans story, he foolishly sold a cow for a handful of beans and then climbed a vine to the heavens to find lots of loot but he had to kill the giant by making it fall to its death.  Well, as an adult, I see the wisdom of that story: the only way a person starting a scam can get rich is if they kill the authority system so they can keep the illicit, stolen goods.

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