Christine Lagarde, the current President of the European Central Bank, recently met with an unfortunate ‘accident’.
According to spokespeople for Lagarde, she was involved in an automobile collision last month that left her with what has been described as ‘minor’ injuries.
The head of the ECB has been in a neck brace since her accident and has gone to lengths to cover up her medical device with colorful fashion accessories.
This could be an innocent fashion statement—after all, no one wants to appear on camera, and before the public, wearing a neck brace—especially an aristocratic woman like Lagarde.
However, this has not stopped people from speculating as to the nature of her injuries. …
Europe recently became the world’s first governing entity to pass a comprehensive framework for cryptocurrencies—something that is being touted as a boon for the viability of virtual currencies and investor confidence.
This comes at a time when all fiat currencies are failing and on their way out, central banks and governments are scrambling to address this through the implementation of CBDCs.
Lagarde herself is a vehement supporter of CBDCs and there is a video of her supporting them below, could her injuries, the push for a CBDC, and the success of decentralized censorship-resistant money like Bitcoin be related?
Is someone putting extrajudicial pressure on Lagarde to push for greater anti-crypto control?
Read on, and let me know what you think:
Why is Christine Lagarde badly trying to cover up she is in a neck brace? pic.twitter.com/XfQYjbrTEx
— Robbin Pilliams (@ROBBINPILLIAMS) April 16, 2023
— Jack Schickler (@jackschickler) March 28, 2023
Lifestyle News shared this statement from Lagarde:
“My recent car accident served as a stark reminder of just how important it is to always fasten your seat belt.
If I hadn’t had my seat belt on, things could have been much worse,” she said.
“Keeping ourselves and others safe should be our top priority, and the neck brace I’m wearing reminds me of that every day.
I’ve also embraced the challenge of finding creative ways to style it for the various events I’ve attended lately.”
Does everyone think this was an accident, or is something else going on?
Fiat currency is dying and the EU recently passed a crypto regulatory framework… https://t.co/jabVWfBoEV
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) April 22, 2023
ProCoin News recently reported:
It was just revealed that lawmakers in the European Parliament have now approved MiCA which makes it the first framework of its kind to be passed into law.
Based on the number of votes, it showed that 517 were in favor while only 38 were against it which indicates that there is overwhelming support for clear crypto regulation guidelines.