Cash is king! That’s what many here have said more than once. Cash, or fiat, is something that is a requirement for a free nation to remain free. Read that again, because it’s a strong statement. Without cash, would one really be free? Some of the oldest of conspiracy theories stated that the future with a One World Government would be a cashless society. Why? Control, that’s why. Each and everyday we are bombarded with bureaucratic nonsense that is really nothing more than attempts at control. Now, the banksters are joining in on that very thing.
[T]he introduction of a cashless society empowers central banks greatly. A cashless society, after all, not only makes things like negative interest rates possible, it transfers absolute control of the money supply to the central bank, mostly by turning it into a universal banker that competes directly with private banks for public deposits. All digital deposits become base money.
Now, banksters around the world are calling for the abolition of cash. Last month, Norway’s largest bank, DNB, called for the country to stop using cash to reduce black market sales and crimes such as money laundering. “There are so many dangers and disadvantages associated with cash, we have concluded that it should be phased out,” DNB executive Trond Bentestuen said.
The CEO of Deutsche Bank calls cash “terribly inefficient and expensive.” A recent Bloomberg article called cash and coins “dirty and dangerous, unwieldy and expensive, antiquated and so very analog.”
This is the part where we pear into the rabbit hole, because there are dots that can be followed, little statements being made, that can lead to the masses accepting a cashless society. Let’s begin by statements made by Donald Trump concerning the destruction of ISIS. Paraphrasing, ” We will take their oil and we will take their money “. That sounds great, but it is also saying a few things. If their money can be controlled, so can they. Terrorism, a perfect excuse for a cashless society.
During the recent Democrat debate, the subject of the plight of the black community was a big part. With the Primaries hitting much larger black populations, the pandering for black votes takes center stage. The destruction of black communities, while a separate subject, can be attributed somewhat to the war on drugs. Our prison populations are loaded with those who have offended anti-drug laws. Hence, the war on drugs could be used as an excuse to end the war on drugs.
Without getting to lengthy, the war on cash is on, whether we like it or not. We could be one significant terrorist attack from seeing legislation that would outlaw CASH. We could be one significant drug related mass murder from seeing legislation that would outlaw cash. As the world’s economy seemingly on a downturn, a cashless society inches closer to reality everyday. We should all be on the lookout for the Fascist marriage of government and banksters. Freedom is King. Cash is a big part of our freedom. When they control cash, they control freedom. When they control cash, they control all of us.