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We have to think about where the world is going. Thanks for the article.

nice. i think the SBF is definitely a rogue, but it could still be more of a tool for the bigger rogues in the background than being the main rogue. Need to research thoroughly. You have to make the right comment.

It was great. Good work. The SBF is definitely a rogue, but it can still be a tool for larger rogues in the background rather than being the main rogue

Nice topic. very good work. I read with pleasure. thanks.
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One must ask if there were somebody behind the man that led him and used his business and the assets he had responsibility for, as a milking cow for own interests.

To consolidate his business when founded, he must have had help from others, and these others possible saw his business as a tool by which they cound steal huge money.

SBF is surely a bandit, but still he may be more a tool fro bigger bandits in the background than being the main banddit himself.

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