Watching the developments of this with a keen eye as the mob bosses controlling South Africa fight it out. One gets the feeling that one of them doesn’t care that much about the fate of South Africa and the other REALLY doesn’t care about South Africa at all. Usually when two elephants fight it’s the grass like us that gets trampled, which I guess is the case for anyone who had a flight booked this weekend to visit family or do business.
At least in some sense the right moves are being made, at least for the moment, by a political party hell bent on running the country into the ground. I’m not a political analyst, I’m an investment analyst, but these days in South Africa, what’s the difference?
As a big fan of cheap SA equities, what this government does is quite important; some easy fixes and cheap stocks become less cheap pretty quickly.
So, Mr. Ramaphosa and Co, the whole world is watching this fight with bated breath to see how much you really care about doing the right things.
I’m just joking of course; the world doesn’t give a fuck about us. Here’s an interesting fact:
We are but a drop in the ocean of a really big world, and that means that our problems are our own problems. Nobody is coming to help us. Nobody cares. And why should they?
this back around to bitcoin, which is something I’ll do every time, why would
you not want to take as much power out of the hands of the people that
seemingly only care about their own problems and not about yours? Why not take
responsibility for yourself and be part of the change that will inevitably come
to a corrupt and bloated government system?
This isn’t only a philosophical argument, it’s financial as well. If you take more power out of the hands of government and put into your own, imagine how much more we could achieve?
Is this good for bitcoin? Yes.