People are forced to chose amongst what is given to them to chose, not what they want.This is not democracy.Besides, I'm monarchist, I don't elect presidents.
As a monarchist and a proponent of democracy, you would rather elect kings, right?
One of the many functions a king goes beyond any president is because people aren't artificial political constructs, people are real and people organise themselves, at most human societies, in families.To have a human being organisation at the the top of the state is the right way to prevent the arrival of Brave New Worlds or autocratic regimens that try to dehumanise human beings and turn them into obeying-non thinking robots.Et voilá.
But how about when your king is a total moron [...]
BitCoin is down to $59.7 k after reaching a high of $60 last night.
Isn't this pretty stable? By the way, when prices go down, it's actually good news, because you can get more for less.
I was one step away from buying $25 in bitcoins in 2011, some technical snaggle stopped me. If I had done so and kept it, a very big if indeed, it would be worth somewhere between 100k and 1.3 million euro (I don't remember the date or the exchange rate). But I immediately lost interest, and never regained it, as a currency that variable is useless. A verdict I still stand by. Far worse than useless, because in the manic phases Bitcoin "mining" rewards damaging behaviour.
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