Oh my Satoshi
Blake and Milton Reactionary and Revolutionary
26 Pages Posted: 1 Oct 2021
Craig S Wright
nChain; University of Southern Queensland - University of Southern Queensland, Students; Leicester Law School
In their own rather different political contexts, Milton and Blake each adopted republican and revolutionary positions. In taking a stance on religion each has integrated their own ideas on the nature of republican government while simultaneously being bound by the fetters and constraints of the time. Both Paradise Lost by Milton and Milton combined with The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by Blake form a concept of freedom that is constrained by the conceptual ideas of the authors while equally extending knowledge of freedom and society.
Keywords: Blake, Milton, Paradise lost, marriage of Heaven and Hell
Date Written: September 30, 2021
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The resolution of the Bitcoin SV experiment
Posted by wire_turn on 3 Otc 2021
Disclaimer: Before I continue, I want to say that if you are an application developer upon any Bitcoin implementation, who has contributed, collaborated or shown any proof-of-work by creating something that someone might find useful, then I commend and applaud your contributions. What we have created so far upon Bitcoin’s original protocol is nothing short of monumental. However, the Metanet layers that leverage the true power of Bitcoin are being deployed with complete disregard of the toolset bequeathed to all of us, to truly make a significant impact upon the world. We all owe a moment of pause before we embark down a one-way street. We have only one shot to make this Bitcoin experiment the unified ledger of everything. Bitcoin is, and always has been an all-or-nothing zero-sum game. Dark forces have now spent a decade trying to ensure that this can never happen. This is why I speak.
Whether you are privy to this information of not, from around 2011, Bitcoin was accosted by a Fabian Society. These neo-Fabian authors re-wrote a Socialist narrative for Bitcoin that filled the void in the absence of its creator, Satoshi Nakamoto.
Satoshi was very clear with his vision for Bitcoin, releasing the Bitcoin Whitepaper as a guiding reference document for his protocol, as well as two years of very succinct answers to commonly held misconceptions, from 2009–2011, articulated in a way that was not left open to mere interpretation.
It’s probably prudent now to add another disclaimer that I am not affiliated in any way with any specific projects outside of the things I am building and releasing for my own companies. I proudly have exactly zero moral hazard. I have exactly zero conflict of interest. I am unaffiliated with ANY of the actors in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem. There are exactly zero people who knows who I am. Nobody has met me, nobody knows my voice, nobody funded me, I took donations from nobody, I have zero debts from anyone in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem, both figuratively and literally.
In the words of Winston Churchill, “Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” This post is the third response in the “Bitcoin Resolution Series” (see part one and part two) and is the continuation of reflections and suppositions about those who overcame social adversity, in a headwind of neo-Fabian Bitcoin narratives, in a coup to overthrow the defining tenets of Bitcoin.