It has been just revealed that the important author Robert Kiyosaki is praising Bitcoin and gold. Check out the latest reports about what he has to say below.

Praising Bitcoin and gold in an new era

Robert Kiyosaki, a well-known finance author and best-seller, has expressed his strong faith in Bitcoin (BTC) and gold and stated that governments are no longer concerned about their citizens.

In a recent post on the social media platform X, Kiyosaki advised his 2.4 million followers to accumulate hard assets such as BTC to protect themselves.

“I keep buying more gold, silver, and Bitcoin because our leaders want more war and poverty. Work hard, spend wisely, and save gold, silver, and Bitcoin. Our leaders don’t care about you. So you please take care of yourself and the people you love.”

According to the author of the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, central banks are purchasing gold not to support their fiat currency but to protect themselves from their own mismanagement.

Robert Kiyosaki believes that central bankers are buying gold to secure themselves and not to ensure the safety of fiat money. He emphasizes that their primary job is to safeguard banks rather than the public.

Therefore, Kiyosaki suggests that people should take measures to protect themselves from central bankers by investing in tax-free assets like gold, silver, and Bitcoin.

Additionally, he explains that the rich prefer to invest in tax-free assets because fiat currencies are designed to be debased through various means.

“The rich don’t work for cash. Why? Because our wealth is designed to be stolen from our fake money via taxes and inflation and the stock market. Instead the rich work for assets that put tax-free money in their pocket…cash-flow assets such as rental properties, oil and food production.

Rather than save fake cash, the rich save gold, silver and Bitcoin. The poor and middle class want jobs that promise a steady paycheck but offer no job security.”

The notes continued and said:

“Even worse, the poor and middle class work at jobs that pay [a] taxable fake cash income, and then they save fake cash and invest in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and ETFs (exchange-traded funds) which are crashing as I write this text.”

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