Didn't we just enter a crypto bear market?

With endless FUD coming from China, gusto by the world media and backed by everyone who says that Bitcoin and crypto will bring a bad end. It must be really reassuring to be able to say "I told you so". So Bitcoin is entering a nice long bear market where it can be swept under the rug and forgotten for a while – but did it work, can it? According to almost every internet analyst, supposedly worth their salt, Bitcoin has now entered a bear market. The death cross on the daily timeframe occurred a few days ago and the bears pushed the price well below the 200-day moving average, two widely accepted indicators confirming the bear market. So, is this it? Shall we throw the towel away and expect healing in two or three years? It was then that the Chinese could well have established the wonderful central bank digital currency (CBDC) that would be a major slavery (sorry) boon for the long-suffering Chinese. Knowing that people will have to use it, the Federal Reserve will be able to print more colored paper to their hearts' content. Jerome Powell and his friends could have stayed behind that curtain like Wizards of Oz and kept playing until the crypto came back and lifted the curtain. Banks can continue their treacherous practices under the opaque display of fiat and mind-blowing accounting practices. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan, the world's largest bank, may smile at Elizabeth Warren again and whisper angelic lips, "Beat me with a fine, my bank will pay." All these virtuous pillars of our societies can play their game until, finally, the average Joe realizes that he's been robbed of everything he owns, by a system that's rotten to the core, which he trusts. The system is rigged like a casino where the house always wins. We are always told by v

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