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With the Newsweek claim that they have found the purported founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, starting 15 minutes in to the interview with Tim Richardson on The Agenda with Steve Paikin, he states:

I also happen to know a little about Japanese culture; I’ve lived in Japan, speak Japanese.

And regarding the name Satoshi Nakamoto:

The choice of that word for him has many ramifications if you look at Japanese culture and Japanese history.

and:

The reason why you would pick a person like that, say versus a Korean, or a person from Latin America.

While Richardson wouldn’t say whether he thought this Satoshi Nakamoto was the real founder or not, his words to me imply that the name was invented, or that they chose this person from among a team of founders to be identified as the founder of Bitcoin for a very specific purpose.

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CFR and Trilateral Commission member Fareed Zakaria tells the truth about the Bill of Rights on his August 10, 2010 interview on Charlie Rose.

“It is about fundamental rights that we believe in. That is what the Bill of Rights was about. The Bill of Rights is an anti-democratic document.”

However, throughout his interview, he contradicts himself by referring to the United States as a “democracy,” while, as I demonstrate in my article, The United States: A republic, not a democracy, the U.S. Constitution makes no mention of democracy, and to the contrary, specifically requires a republican form of government.

See the open letter I wrote him on February 23, 2009, in response to his recent article in Newsweek.

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