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PILGRIMS SOCIETY TAKEOVER OF BITCOIN: The High-Tech Monetary Booby Trap Has Been Set

from SRSrocco Report:

As of a January 2, 2015 report, Bitcoin was in the $350 range in December 2014, but it started 2014 at $770! As of January 20, Bitcoin is $210, and the New York Stock Exchange (Pilgrims Society) has invested in another Bitcoin startup enterprise.

There’s no use in Bitcoin people hollering about silver being down from 2011 highs—it has happened to their star also. However, has silver flash-crashed to zero? No it has not! Silver people can hold their real wealth in their hands—try doing that with Bitcoin—and if the Internet and power grid goes down—physical silver remains viable money! As of this release, Bitcoin is sagging and silver is up! As of January 5, 2015, Bitcoin fell to $257.71— see the cogent remarks of Bill Fleckenstein calling Bitcoin “a complete joke.”

Bitcoin #1“I feel like citizens are fed up with banksters” says Mellon; yet that’s his heritage and he can’t be trusted! We will review some of his lineage and connections—it’s like a blend of Dante’s Inferno, the worst aliens from Star Trek and an H.P. Lovecraft horror novel!

Mellon was chairman of the finance committee of the New York State Republican Party—teeming with megabankers like barnacles on a ship’s hull! He says one thing to mislead the small folks, but his background says otherwise. His great uncle Andrew was the biggest thief in modern world history. Matt was appointed to that Republican post by Edward Ridley Finch Cox, probably a Pilgrims Society member.

Ed Cox’s father was in The Pilgrims 1980 list, and Ed Cox descended from Edward Ridley Finch (Pilgrims Society), who was on the New York State Supreme Court—he had both Livingston and Delafield ancestry. The Delafields were big players in the
history of the Bank of America, and trace ancestry back 1200 years to French nobility. The Livingstons were large scale colonial land owners.

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