"It is not enough to know that there is a shadow government pulling the strings of the visible government- we must also act to expose it, and defeat it!"-Mark Matheny
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Globalist War on Cash Accelerates
The New American November 18, 2016
As part of the globalist establishment's ongoing push to create a totalitarian “cashless society” where every transaction can be tracked and controlled, Indian authorities last week suddenly demonetized the two largest denomination bills in circulation. In Sweden, where government already tracks and monitors almost everything, central bankers are plotting the creation of a “digital currency” that could be completely controlled — along with those who use it — by authorities. And in Australia, establishment-minded mega-banks are plotting with politicians to force everyone into a United Nations-backed “cashless society” where banks and government have total control over the population. In each case, different excuses have been used. But taken together, it is obvious that something major is going on, worldwide. Liberty and privacy are literally at stake.
As this magazine highlighted more than two years ago, the global establishment has increasingly been pushing for humanity to submit to what its propagandists touts as a “cashless society.” Basically, the agenda, pushed by the UN and top globalists, is to have a world in which all payments and transactions are conducted electronically — thereby creating a permanent record for governments to inspect and track at will. Multiple governments and dictatorships from Africa and Asia to Europe and the Americas have been explicitly working toward that goal, and in recent years, even more have joined the effort. Powerful globalist forces and organizations including the UN, Microsoft, the Rockefeller dynasty, the mega-banks, central banks, and more are helping, too. However, amid the push, analysts and critics have been pushing back, warning that the implications of such a shift would be nightmarish for people everywhere.