US CONGRESS GOING FULL 1984 ON BITCOIN AND ASSETS _ Libertarian money laundering questions

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Https://www.Congress.Gov/bill/115th-congress/senate-bill/1241/text#toc-idea0e9489fc8f46379f95bb56c8bbbda5

This is a new bill that was introduced on the floor of the US senate entitled, “combating money laundering, terrorist financing, and counterfeiting act of 2017.”

It basically says everything is evil..

Cash is evil

Bitcoin/crypto is evil

Prepaid phones are evil

Gift cards/vouchers/coupons are evil

These people are certifiably insane. Among the bill’s sweeping provisions, the government aims to greatly extend its authority to seize your assets through “civil asset forfeiture”.Money laundering questions

Civil asset forfeiture rules allow the government to take whatever they want from you, without a trial or any due process. This new bill adds a laundry list of offenses for which they can legally seize your assets… all of which pertain to money laundering and other financial crimes.

Here’s the thing, though: they’ve also vastly expanded on the definition of such ‘financial crimes’, including failure to fill out a form if you happen to be transporting more than $10,000 worth of ‘monetary instruments’.

Have too much cash? You’d better tell the government.

If not, they’re authorizing themselves in this bill to seize not just the money you didn’t report, but ALL of your assets and bank accounts. They even go so far as to specifically name “safety deposit boxes” among the various assets that they can seize if you don’t fill out the form.

This is unbelievable on so many levels.Money laundering questions

It’s crazy to begin with that these people are so consumed by the fact that someone has $10,000 in cash, but it’s even crazier that they’re threatening to take EVERYTHING that you own merely for not filling out a piece of paper, without any due process whatsoever.

CALL YOUR CONGRESS MEN AND SENATORS TO TELL THEM TO NOT SIGN THIS. EMAIL WORKS AS WELL. Https://www.Congress.Gov/bill/115th-congress/senate-bill/1241/text#toc-idea0e9489fc8f46379f95bb56c8bbbda5

Oh, and on top of civil asset forfeiture penalties, there are also criminal penalties. Right now according to current law they can imprison you for up to FIVE YEARS for not filling out the form. Five years. But apparently that doesn’t go far enough so this bill aims to double the criminal penalty to TEN years in prison. Further, their bill wants to pull any business which “issues” cryptocurrency under the anti-money laundering regulatory umbrella.Money laundering questions

Here’s where these people demonstrate that they have no idea what they’re talking about. No one “issues” bitcoin. There’s no bitcoin central bank. There’s no chairman of bitcoin who decides on a whim to increase the supply. Bitcoin is created automatically amounts that are predetermined by its code. It’s software.

So the senate is essentially trying to force the bitcoin core software to comply with money laundering regulations.

The bill also attempts to drop a major bomb on bitcoin by including it in the list of monetary instruments that must be reported when entering or leaving the US.

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Step 1: let in people of the most regressive and violent religion on earth (also helps they have low IQ and a large % of them are inbred thanks to in-family marrying in their culture, making them prone to schizophrenia and indoctrination)

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Step 2: let in preachers to preach the most violent interpretations of the most violent religion on earth

Step 3: deflect any criticism of system above calling everyone -isms, say only way to prevent violence is to welcome more people of the most violent religion on earth and to be tolerant to those that preach the most violent interpretations.

Step 4: use the inevitable and unusual waves of violence, rapes, theft and terrorism in order to push for draconian surveillance laws, states of emergency to bypass the constitution and higher taxes in order to subsidize your newfound refugees (that nearly all come from countries at peace).

Honestly starting to seem like our dear leaders don’t give a damn about our safety

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