Communist Cashless Society Scam Is Becoming Reality


“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” ~ Mark Twain

Phasing out currency and moving towards a digital economy would, over the long term, have “benefits that outweigh the cost,” Columbia University professor and leftist Joseph Stiglitz told attendees of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.

He has the usual good reason — to combat dirty money hidden overseas. Happy with the fact there are global laws against corruption and tax evasion, he sees the next big globalist problem as transparency.

Certainly he wants the globalists to be able to “tax” people as freely as possible.

Cash according to many Davos economists encourages and fosters an underground economy which they no doubt worry about for the purposes of taxation.

“Cash facilitates crime because it is anonymous, and big bills are especially problematic because they are so easy to carry and conceal,” Harvard’s Kenneth Rogoff has written.

Stiglitz, a globalist of gigantic proportions, praised India’s 86% cashless society, leaving the downside out. DOWNSIDE: the Indian government has withdrawn 86% of the currency in an economy where the people are poor and illiterate and can’t get smartphones or debit cards.  In the least, it’s an extreme inconvenience. These are always the people who get hurt first. The people in power benefit.

From Seoul to Bergamo, cities big and small are at the forefront of a global drive to go digital and India is the first nation to do it.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi banned the two highest denomination notes in India (the 500 and 1000 rupee notes, worth around US$7.50 and $15 respectively). This wiped out around 80% of the value of circulating cash widely used by many segments of society for trade. These are the people left behind and kept ignorant.

Ironically, the excuse is often the convenience of a cashless society.

Modi was concerned about dark money but he might have better considered the dark forces behind a cashless society.

A notorious USAID NGO appears to be one of those dark forces behind India’s cashless society. India has become a guinea pig of sorts.

The players never change and they hit every pillar of society from every imaginable angle.

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro had a similar idea to separate out the fraudsters. He took to depriving everyone of the nation’s worthless currency and took almost half of Venezuela’s banknotes out of circulation. They were on their way out already because of their busy little printing presses. Bonner & Partners reports.

Their currency is nearly valueless but Venezuela sticks to their claims of criminals stockpiling them.

Converting to a cashless society allows the free and easy extraction of tax revenue and it also allows extraordinary surveillance. Imagine these globalists being able to monitor every single monetary transaction on earth. No more cash under the mattress, no more protecting money from the biggest thieves of all — the globalists. Think about how easy it would be for the government to take all you have and then make you fight to get it back.

They do it now.  U.S. law allows law enforcement to seize assets without even proving the person committed a crime. It’s called civil asset forfeiture.

“The SECRET to financial security is not to have more money, but having MORE CONTROL over the money we presently have.”
― Auliq-Ice

Where does the economy go from here and how free will it be? We won’t have physical assets. There is a huge difference between holding material assets and the bankers and government holding your assets – mere numbers on a receipt.

Debit and credit cards cost businesses money, but in a cashless society, they allegedly won’t so they’re on board. Are you? Money is freedom.







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