About poverty and love in the Philippines.

Causes of poverty, not in any order. 1. Poor education 2. Corrupt ineffective bureaucracy 3. Poor culture 4. Foreign investment 5. Religion Education: everyone has to pay for their education here, only the rich get a decent education. Everyone else is left out destined to be poor. Until recently a high school education was a … Continue reading About poverty and love in the Philippines.

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There’s a Bigger Scam Than Anything in Crypto, It’s Called KYC/AML

COINDESK Edan Yago has spent the last seven years engaged in payments using cryptocurrencies, first at Zynga, then as CEO of Epiphyte and now as the founder of a stealth startup developing a meta-stablecoin platform. Follow him on Twitter here. The worst-kept secret in cryptocurrency is that many projects are little better than scams: they've … Continue reading There’s a Bigger Scam Than Anything in Crypto, It’s Called KYC/AML

Philippine president slammed for calling God ‘stupid’

WORLD BY JIM GOMEZAssociated Press June 25, 2018 08:16 AM MANILA, PHILIPPINES The Philippine president, notorious for having cursed the pope and world leaders like former U.S. President Barack Obama, has sparked new outrage by calling God "stupid" in Asia's largest Catholic country. Opposition Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV shot back Monday by describing President Rodrigo … Continue reading Philippine president slammed for calling God ‘stupid’

This may be the beginning of the Great Financial Reckoning

Reprinted from Soverignman.com February 12, 2018 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile Less than two weeks ago, the United States Department of Treasury very quietly released its own internal projections for the federal government’s budget deficits over the next several years. And the numbers are pretty gruesome. In order to plug the gaps from its soaring deficits, … Continue reading This may be the beginning of the Great Financial Reckoning

Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies.

Reprinted from Sovereignman.com February 9, 2018 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile Within the last week, Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies. Facebook (along with Google) virtually controls Internet advertising. So their policies have enormous influence over consumer behavior. Banning ICO advertisements on its platform, for example, will … Continue reading Facebook announced a ban on all advertisements about bitcoin, initial coin offerings and other cryptocurrencies.

Religion

They say you should never talk Religion or Politics, well what does that leave? not much that would be important to the masses I want to get interested in my writing. So I am finally going to try and put down in words what religion I Believe in. Maybe others will see value in it. … Continue reading Religion

Faith a force for good?

I have been trying to discover motivation the behind a certain behavior that's been directed toward be from many different directions. basically I can sum it up like this, a person that knows me for a long time, talking years, will treat me nice and think of my needs and concerns one day but the … Continue reading Faith a force for good?