Kryptonite or Cryptocurrency

As a society we seem to have an insatiable appetite for Greed. Why are we motivated to amass more wealth than we actually need to feel comfortable? Our society is now caught between the popular cultural symbols of the Red and Blue pill phenomenon. This ideology was first brought to our attention by the movie “The Matrix”. The knowledge, Freedom and sometimes “painful truth” of Reality (Red Pill) / or  accepting the Falsehood , Security and the blissful ignorance of Illusion (Blue Pill). Now, if the Stock Market wasn’t enough to stimulate our fantasies of invested money rising to the moon in a Mushroom cloud (which never happened). We now have a Coined Market Exchange known as Cryptocurrency which is essentially A (Peer-to-Peer Electronic/ Virtual Cash System). The Mothership of this Exchange is known as Bitcoin. This is the Big Cahoona, the Grand Daddy, the Macaroni and Cheese of Crypto Baby. The idea is that you would be able to make on-line payments directly to and from one  party to another without going through a financial institution.  You have to be kidding me… the American Big Banks will not sit by idly while they’re getting cut out of Billions of dollars of transaction fees annually. In the mean time, there are other Cryptocoins trying position themselves for Stardom in this Hypersensitive Environment. It’s like the DOW Industrials on “Crystal Meth”,  it’s very addictive and promises of Huge monetary gains in a very short period of time. This market is now known as the Poor Folks Stock Exchange. Anyone with minimal money can invest and can reap substantial  positive gains just like the Big Boys on Wall Street.  The general population is still a little skeptical of this new Non-Governmental Exchange. Once Amazon starts accepting Cryptocurrency, it’s a “Done Deal”, it’s the real thing. Get this…..they say you can invest $1,000 and in 6 months you can earn over $50,000.  I’m going to make an investment soon. I will keep you posted.

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RIFE 1 MONEY REPORT

How long will this Bull Market last? The answer is…it’s not Real. It’s a Virtual Reality Market, and/or HD Propaganda.  Let me Explain…. The obvious reason is that the Assets listed are valued too high. Everything looks Fantastic on paper, but once you make a redemption your projected gains will have Vaporized, resulting in lower actualized profit. And like all disclaimers, these statements are the opinions of the Rife 1 Economic Research team. Many investors have heard the rumblings that this Bull market will run out of gas soon.  As trend followers these investors are always chasing the excitement that the market can go much longer than people think, sort of like at the casino.

The so-called smart investor will be investigating their options on how to protect themselves against a possible market correction. My advice to current investors is to cash in your chips now, and transfer you funds to a vehicle with less volatility, it would be a worthwhile move. Oh by the way….Trump had nothing to do with this Market’s meteoric Rise. Obama had set the foundation for this gradual trajectory in 2009, and Corporate investors haven’t looked back since.  I will Chop it up with you next time and share my Projections for the Future.

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HELLO MY PEOPLES /

Remember the time….

 

When black Kings and Queens were the foothold of our society. They exhibited the strength, courage, and knowledge that has yet to be paralleled nowhere on earth. We are starting to see flashbacks of the past, it’s sprouting from the concrete jungle’s of the future.   Let’s reflect….

African Kings
AFFONSO I KING OF THE KONGO (1506-1540) Affonso I was a visionary, a man who saw his country not as a group of separate cultures, but as a unified nation fully equipped with advanced knowledge and technology. He was also known as the first ruler to resist the most despicable act ever known to man, the European slave trade.

 AKHENATON The Creator of Monotheism (1375-1358 B.C)
Akhenaton was the first ruler in recorded history to believe in the concept of One God. He also taught this concept to all his citizens. He built a new city in the desert that was dedicated to religion, art and music. This new city, Akhenaton (now Tell el Amara), with its lush gardens and magnificent buildings is where

Akhenaton and his wife Queen Nefertiti changed Kemet’s culture so radically that their influence is felt for centuries right up until today. Akhenaton was also the first Pharaoh of whom a true likeness is recorded as shown in the picture to the left.

ASKIA TOURE KING OF SONGHAY (1493-1529)
Askia Toure united the entire central region of the Western Sudan, and established a governmental machine that is still revered today for its detail and efficiency. He divided his country into provinces, each with a professional administrator as governor, and ruled each fairly and uniformly through a staff of distinguished legal experts and judges.

 BEHANZIN HOSSU BOWELLE THE KING SHARK (1841-1906)
Behanzin was the most powerful ruler in West Africa during the end of the nineteenth century. He strongly resisted European intervention into his country. This was done with a physically fit army which included a division of five thousands female warriors. He is often referred to as the King Shark, a Dahomeyan surname which symbolized strength and wisdom. He was also fond of humanities and is credited with the creation of some of the finest song and poetry ever produced in Dahomey.

HANNIBAL RULER OF CARTHAGE (247-183 B.C.)
Hannibal is well known as the greatest general and military strategist who ever lived. He used his overpowering African armies to conquer major portions of Spain and Italy and came very close to defeating the Roman Empire. His audacious moves-such as marching his army with African War elephants through the treacherous Alps to surprise and conquer northern Italy and his tactical genius, as illustrated by the battle of Cannae where his seemingly trapped army cleverly surrounded and destroy a much larger Roman force, won him recognition which has spanned more than 2000 years. His tactics are still being studied in many military schools today.

 IDRIS ALOOMA RULER OF BORNU (1580-1617)
He is credited with re-uniting two of Africa’s Kingdoms, the kingdoms of Kanem and Bornu. This union lasted many generations with sustain peace becoming a part of the Bornu.
 

IMHOTEP THE WORLD FIRST KNOWN GENIUS
Imhotep was the royal advisor to King Zoser during the Third Dynasty of Kemet. Regarded as the world’s first recorded multi-genius, Imhotep was an architect, astronomer, philosopher, poet and physician. As an architect he was responsible for designing the Step Pyramid and the Saqqara Complex. During his lifetime he was given a host of titles, among them:Chancellor of the King of Lower Kemet, the First after the King of Upper Kemet, High Priest of Heliopolis and Administrator of the Great Palace. As a physcian, Imhotep is believed to have been the author of the Edwin Smith Papyrus in which more than 90 anatomical terms and 48 injuries are described. This is well over 2,200 years before the Western Father of Medicine Hippocrates is born. Some 2,000 years after his death, Imhotep was deified by the inhabitants of Kemet and was known later as Asclepius, God of Medicine, to the Greeks. His very name, Im-Hotep, translates as the Prince of Peace. His tomb near Memphis became a sacred place and the site of pilgrimages for those seeking a cure. As a philosopher and poet, Imhotep’s most remembered phrase is: “Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we shall die.” There still remain many bronze statuettes, temples and sanatoria bearing his name, as is depicted in the picture of the statue above.

JA JA KING OF THE OPOBO (1821-1891)
He was the founder and leader of the territory of Opobo an area near the Eastern Nigeria River. This area was very favorable to trading. This trading route soon attracted the greedy Europeans who seek to capture this trading route. Ja Ja put up fierce resistance to this outside intervention. This resistance lasted for many years until at an older age of 70 he was finally captured by the British and sent into exile to the West Indies. The greatest Ibo leader of the nineteenth century never saw his kingdom again.

 To be continued….

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