Just A Cashless Society?
One of the key parts of the New World Order is the cashless society. As the US dollar makes way part of an artificial basket of currencies including the Chinese Renminbi, countries around the world are preparing for the end of cash.
Italy made cash transactions over 1000 euros illegal; Switzerland proposed banning cash payments in excess of 100,000 francs; Russia banned cash transactions over $10,000; Spain banned cash transactions over 2,500 euros; Mexico made cash payments of more than 200,000 pesos illegal; Uruguay banned cash transactions over $5,000; and France made cash transactions over 1,000 euros illegal, down from the previous limit of 3,000 euros. France has 92% of its consumer payments cashless.
The war on cash is a favourite pet project of the economic central planners. They want to eliminate hand-to-hand currency so that governments can document, control and tax everything.
In Cork in Ireland the “Cork Cashes Out” scheme supported by major banks, was created to promote the use of credit and debit cards, and to encourage consumers to shift from splashing the cash towards electronic-only transactions.
Swedish banks no longer handle cash anymore. Cash transactions are down to just three per cent of the national economy and three out of four of Sweden’s largest banks are phasing out the manual handling of cash in bank branches. Even churches are implementing contactless card readers for donations.
Norway is also making the transition to cashless, with approximately 11 per cent of the population not carrying cash at all.
Somaliland is one of Africa’s poorest countries. A mobile revolution has created an informal electronic banking system. Cash is disappearing and there is no need for credit cards, as even street vendors accept payments by mobile phones.
Kenya is the biggest African user of mobile money. M-Pesa, originally a method to send money home from cities to families in rural areas is now being used for receiving salaries, paying bills and school fees and this is slowly making cash obsolete.
In Canada the federal government is phasing out printed checks in favour of direct deposit. They also stopped minting one-cent coins. They are also phasing out paper currency in favour of polymer-based plastic. 90% of consumer payments are cashless.
In South Korea policies have been implemented that encourage cashless behaviour.
Belgium has given high priority to making payment systems more efficient. 93% of consumer payments are now cashless. This is compounded by the Belgian government imposing a limit on cash payments to 3,000 euros.
In the United Kingdom 89% of its consumer payments is cashless. Australia has 86% cashless consumer payments. The Netherlands (Holland) 85% cashless consumer payments. The same can be said of Finland and Denmark.
With every major crisis there seems to be an increase tightening on freedom. This is reflected on ever tighter use of cash in transactions. In the US you cannot withdraw more than $10,000 in cash from your bank.
Recently De La Rue (the world'w leading bank note producer) announced it will cut its banknote production capacity by 25%. The company is closing half of its production lines and eliminating 300 jobs. De La Rue prints more banknotes than any other company in the world. It produces banknotes for over 150 national currencies, including the British pound sterling. The company's CEO said the decision was made to keep the company “in line with the future needs of our global customers.” De La Rue may also sell its cash-sorting machine business for similar reasons.
Ron Paul said “The cashless society is the IRS’s dream: total knowledge of, and control over, the finances of every single American.”
Where is this heading? As you may already be aware of the prediction announced by the NBC in 2007 that everyone will have an RFID chip implanted under their skin by 2017? Further evidence of this was confirmed by film producer Aaron Russo in his 2006 documentary America: Freedom to Fascism. This is not an idle conspiracy theory. It’s unlikely the prediction that all Americans will be microchipped by 2017. However, under the Sustainable Development Agenda one of the 17 new development goals talks about providing legal identity for all by 2030.
To this comes The Real ID Act where passports will be required for domestic travel in some states in the USA from 2016, also the IRS can revoke passport for non payment of taxes.
The World Bank is a vital source that offers financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. The bank, owned by 185 member countries including the USA, Russia and China, plays a “collaborative role to advance the vision of an inclusive and sustainable globalization.” Therefore, the main economies of the world are members of the World Bank and the World Bank is financing globalization.
One of the Sustainable Development Goals (target 16:9) is by 2030, to provide legal identity for all, including birth registration. On the World Bank’s website it says “Providing legal identity for all (including birth registration) by 2030 is a target shared by the international community as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (target 16:9). The World Bank Group (WBG) has launched the Identification for Development (ID4D) cross-practice initiative, with the participation of seven Global Practice (GP) / Cross-Cutting Solution Areas (CCSAs) share the same vision and strategic objectives, to help our client countries achieve this goal and with the vision of making everyone count: ensure a unique legal identity and enable digital ID-based services to all.”
According to the World Bank website this agenda will crossover to not only identification, but cashless transactions including tax collection and loan repayments. This is cross-cutting so it will be global. We see governments cooperating during war, this agenda will see governments cooperating under peace. Cooperating under global government.
The agenda is for a Digital-ID for all. The Elite understand that Biometric ID-cards can be lost or stolen and therefore can be seen as unsustainable. The next best thing is for humans to receive a microchip. Rosa Koire said “UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the action-plan – implemented worldwide to inventory and control, all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all energy, all education, all information, and all human beings in the world.” I wrote at length in the June newsletter about ‘2015 Development Agenda – The New World Order Incarnate’, which explains about how the New World Order is the Sustainable Development Agenda, also known as Agenda 21.
The new IPv6 range of Internet Protocol addresses can allow every grain of sand on the planet to be IP addressable. In fact this new range of IP addresses is so large you will be left with more IP addresses than grains of sand. This means that everything can have an RFID chip (it has been said that there are RFID chips being developed that are smaller than grains of sand) that can be tracked by the global database we call the Internet. Every human being can be tracked is merely scratching the surface. Everything we do can be tracked, traced, reported and quantified. As suggested by Agenda 21. This is a total 1984 solution “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face-forever.”
The worrying thing is that there is a secure technology already available that can be used to inventory and control everything. It can easily be used in RFID technology. It is already being used with QR codes. The technology that was written by an elusive (almost certainly black-ops) computer programmer that nobody knows who they are. I am talking about BitCoin. The technology behind this could easily be adapted for a cashless society and everything else right up to grains of sand can be inventoried and controlled on a global scale. Embedded RFID chips and or QR code tattoos could be the future for humanity as well as everything else on the planet. On the same train of thought, the Bank for International Settlements, which can be thought of as the central bank of central banks, released a report last week saying that cryptocurrencies and emerging financial technologies could hurt central bank revenues. However, that may just be how the Elite tie this all together.
In 2009 an Australian researcher named Gregg Nikolettos presented “The Human Microchipping Agenda” at the Alternative View 3. Showcasing the global microchipping agenda, tracing the first microchip back in time to the current ownership of the technology. Going back in history, parallels are drawn to the Nazi regime totally controlling the populace through information gathering, and revealing the companies behind Hitler that still operate today.
This all-encompassing lecture reveals how world governments with Google, Microsoft and other companies will utilise census data, RFID, DNA and biometric harvesting, satellites, global databases including Facebook and emerging technologies including biosensor microchips, to usher in a new age movement of accepting ‘chipped’ individuals. All fuelled by the war on terror – with the ultimate goal of bringing in a worldwide web of digitised ‘online’ individuals who serve a mainframe.
This presentation also demonstrates how the Trans-humanism movement is the modern-day eugenics, repackaged and rebranded for a new generation. Greg also showcases the marketing strategies Verichip is developing to achieve the ultimate objective of micro-chipping every person on the planet.
This presentation is offered free of charge by researcher Ian R Crane from The Alternative View in the UK. It is such an important presentation, if you value your freedom – you must watch it!
A cashless society is just the start! Agenda 21 financed by The World Bank and brought to you by IBM.