Cashless Society = Dismal Future

A cashless society equals a bleak outlook for the future. Why aren’t we hearing about the other side of the story from mainstream media?

Corporate fascism depends on this future.

Here is a two minute clip from the The Economists boosting of its benefits. There were 97 comments at the time of posting this and about 95% gave a very negative response. The out bound link for the video and it’s comment section is https://youtu.be/BZW3s9-9Hgg

Although this next video speaks of Federal Income Tax as if it were “lawful” (you can’t tax a man), the rest of the information provides a lot of insight on what a cashless society will present to us in the future.

Ultimately, in the end, it’s all about freedom. If the corporate elite control our nation’s currencies digitally, every move you make financially leads a trail. Corporate fascism will rule and if they want to find you, they’ll know where you are. Is that freedom?

This is an import subject. Feel free to comment and leave out bound links to related matters. 

5 Replies to “Cashless Society = Dismal Future”

  1. It is true I have personally been watching this trend for s long as I have been using my credit card. Banks(all banks) are the biggest money launderers.
    About income tax, know your rights and who you are and this will not be an issue.
    We have the technology to chip every bank note, It would just take someone with a brain to implement the policy. If every note was chipped they would be useless to anyone but the bearer..
    In canada once we deal with the corporate rulers (gag) Thanks to the work of many helpful people.. We will issue our own gold backed money, ‘true money’

    1. We are cashless and tracked already for the most part and it is being weaponized against humanity today. However, backbone to the system is SWIFT and favours the criminals that protect the racket. Bypassing SWIFT and enforcing AML is the key to ending the criminal syndicate that runs the world via blackmail and corruption and exploitation via human trafficking. Look into what Ripple is up to.

  2. This is why crypto currencies like Monero exist. They are untraceable back to the users. If and when a critical number of people use Monero for day to day transactions and big ones as well, then the usage of cash would become less of a necessity for privacy. When adopted at large, governments will not be able to control our money and they will slowly die off from their own dominion, the people’s life. This would be the end of tyranny and the beginning of a new free world, no taxes only voluntary donations (yes its possible ).

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