John McAfee`s speech about government, taxes, banks, corruption, and cryptocurrency

Jun 30, 2021
This video was produced for archiving purposes to provide some information about some events in John McAfee’s life and thinking before he was assassinated* in Spain.
Brief John McAfee`s bio:
John David McAfee (/ˈmækəfiː/ MAK-ə-fee; 18 September 1945 – 23 June 2021)was a British-American computer programmer, businessman, and two-time presidential candidate who unsuccessfully sought the Libertarian Party nomination for president of the United States in 2016 and 2020. In 1987, he wrote the first commercial anti-virus software, founding McAfee Associates to sell his creation. He resigned in 1994 and sold his remaining stake in the company. McAfee became the company’s most vocal critic in later years, urging consumers to uninstall the company’s anti-virus software, which he characterized as bloatware. He disavowed the company’s continued use of his name in branding, a practice that has persisted in spite of a short-lived corporate rebrand attempt under Intel ownership. McAfee’s wealth peaked in 2007 at $100 million, before his fortunes plummeted in the financial crisis of 2007–2008. After leaving McAfee Associates, he founded the companies Tribal Voice (makers of the PowWow chat program), QuorumEx, and Future Tense Central, among others, and was involved in leadership positions in the companies Everykey, MGT Capital Investments, and Luxcore, among others. His personal and business interests included smartphone apps, cryptocurrency, yoga, light-sport aircraft, and recreational drug use. He resided for a number of years in Belize but returned to the United States in 2013 while wanted in Belize for questioning on suspicion of murder. In October 2020, McAfee was arrested in Spain over U.S. tax evasion charges. U.S. federal prosecutors brought criminal and civil charges alleging that McAfee had failed to pay income taxes over a four-year period. On 23 June 2021, he was found dead, due to suicide by hanging, in a prison cell near Barcelona, shortly after his extradition to the U.S. was authorized by the Spanish National Court.

6 thoughts on “John McAfee`s speech about government, taxes, banks, corruption, and cryptocurrency

    1. I thought so too
      Kinda shines a light on why they wanted him dead
      Now , is he in hiding or truly dead I don’t know
      But breaking the tax slave barrier is something we all should work toward
      Being controlled by fiat currency shows to be the death of us all
      And an easy way for them to control many of us

  1. The first 5 min explains everything you need to know as to why they wanted him dead. I hope the rumors are true that he is still alive! No matter what these evil people do God Wins EVERY-TIME! And nothing can stop what’s coming!

  2. I’m sorry, I really wanted to understand this but it seems it’s yet beyond me. I hope to find someone who’ll simplify it for me and explain Blockchain. But I will say that when someone says that taxes are the main revenue for our government, that they are “the largest, single, revenue source for almost every single government,” I don’t believe that because they just print what they want when they want to. Sure they’ll take taxes and put the funds here and there, looks good on the books, acceptable in some peoples’ eyes, but taxing is mainly to keep us poor, or at a certain level, basically held down, enslaved, so to speak.

    He says Blockchain “came from ordinary programmers, ordinary people.” Who are they? What are their names? Search says: “The Blockchain was invented by a person (or group of people) using the name Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.”

    McAfee goes on, “Blockchain has become part of the people.” How is it part of me? I do not understand. I do not involve myself with it. It just looks like money talk, like hide it or they’ll take it. Even looks like money out of thin air. Are there any real commodities?

    And I thought nothing at all is private on the Net and anything could be hacked.

    Okay, I’m only 6 minutes in. Ignorant, but trying to learn. Seems it puts humanity’s focus on what they HAVE rather than who they ARE. Now I’ll try to go watch the rest, back to what I can call “MYSTERIOUS FINANCE,” but part of me is scratching my head and asking, “Is this a diversion from The Bill of Rights?”


    1. In this vid, McAfee comes across dignified, and kinda like he’s one of the people. I got more curious about him and came across another side of him. First I’ll say, I’m all for the people exchanging without gov having to be aware of it or controlling it, but not at the expense of going cashless or of foolishly trusting any on-line transactions to be private or safe from theft. Anyhow, my quick search showed me a man both raunchy and pretentious, and with a lot of younger looking girls around him. And here is one 11 minute vid (there are others worst than this) though it seems scripted, that shows a bit of his character. Warning, this is very crass, but in the media he is currently being portrayed in almost a saintly light, that I just had to add to the portrayal:


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