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Me: “Bitcoin is helping the Navajo Nation gain financial independence & property rights from the US that holds them as financial captives, & doesn’t honor their treaty to allow their citizens to own physical property on land that was stolen from of their ancestors”. r/Videos: “I don’t believe you”

Me: “Bitcoin is helping the Navajo Nation gain financial independence & property rights from the US that holds them as financial captives, & doesn’t honor their treaty to allow their citizens to own physical property on land that was stolen from of their ancestors”. r/Videos: “I don’t believe you”



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  1. Nice, cool to see them leave coal and go solar

    And also, get that first customer (sounds like Compass mining – mining bitcoin) – someone that can eat all the solar energy they make.

    Soon, maybe, we can find some products somewhere eventually that lets us bottle that spare energy, or maybe eventually use HVDC and get it to paying residential and commercial customers half a continent away that could pay more than bitcoin miners.

    But like I’ve been saying, until you have that steady first customer, you can’t hardly break ground on extending energy use out to more lucrative things. It’s like the energy equivalent of “Minimum Viable Product” – a Silicon Valley idea that maybe the way to get things started is one extremely simple use case and scale from there, add features from there.

    Maybe a first viable customer – a bitcoin mining farm – could help make a green revolution happen. Way way way way faster than COP26 “blah blah blah” would make people believe.

    and off topic from bitcoin, loved seeing the video of that polyglot from New York when he went to the Navajo to learn their language – (google Youtube, polyglot learns navajo)

    So anything that helps the Navajo people, I am hugely in favor of. What a great culture.

  2. you can’t steal from someone who doesn’t honor property rights themselves. rights are universal or they don’t exist at all. if you asked the navajo, their land was everywhere they traveled. it’s a communist notion. and communism, as we all know is an evil totalitarian ideology which always falls to those who would recognize private ownership rights. after all, the tribal chiefs essentially claimed ownership over everyone in the tribe, while denying anyone owned anything. that’s the commie way. lies and pretending and nice words about fake equality and universal nature, in order to maintain centralized and murderous power structures. only the mind of a child could believe the smurfs are an ideal model for society. i pity primitive and tribal beings, like pets and children and lost tribes and found tribes who refuse to adapt to realities of a world with scarce resources and competing ideas. but i don’t respect their ideas about how to organize the world because i know better than them, from experience, history, and empirical truths. these anti-colonialist themes you see everywhere today are based on nostalgia and primitivism, not fairness or self sovereign rights like they try to claim with increasingly clownish and orwellian language gymnastics, and outright violence and destruction.

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