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"The Cashless Society is Almost Here – And With Some Very Sinister Implications"

"EBT (electronic benefit transfer) benefits have more than doubled during the Obama administration’s last four years, creating tens of millions of new dependents who now vote based almost entirely on who gives them the most handouts."

"Bottom line: the state can, and will cut-off your electronic financial lifeline should you fall foul of the system. No negotiations, no gray areas – and definitely no place for a free individual in this type of globalist system." (you are allowed to buy only what the government allows you to buy in terms of food etc)

In fact, for every dollar’s worth of food handed out to EBT recipients under the program, at least 50 cents is driven right into the profit coffers of wealthy corporations.” (pharmo, Monsanto, banks etc)

It has long been the dream of collectivists and technocratic elites to eliminate the semi-unregulated cash economy and black markets in order to maximize taxation and to fully control markets. If the cashless society is ushered in, they will have near complete control over the lives of individual people.

The financial collapse which began in 2007-2008 was merely the opening gambit of the elite criminal class, a mere warm-up for things to come. With the next collapse we may see a centrally controlled global digital currency gaining its final foothold.

The cashless society is already here. The question now is how far will society allow it to penetrate and completely control each and every aspect of their day to day lives."

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I am not one to go with the

I am not one to go with the flow, heck I still haven't caved in and bought a cell phone - my land line works just fine. Most people are suprised when they ask for my cell number and I inform them I do not, nor do I want to own one. The most famous reaction I get, "Oooh, it's usually old people that don't have cell phones". Ha! I feel the same way about facebook, don't need it, or want it. I have a phonebook that works just fine.

I reckon I will react the same way with the onset of a cashless society. In my book, cash is king. The guys who work on my car know I always pay in cash, they love working on my car. I can usually save fifty bucks on my repair bills by paying in cash.....just because I am paying in cash! No debt hanging over my head, no bills coming in the mail, and no interest to pay....plus an extra fifty in my pocket. Cashless society, no spanks!


Same here. I do not have a google acccount, youtube account, or FB either. I think all this stuff is overrated. I do not have credit cards either. The criminals will find ways of finding these things out. I have cell phone only for emergencies. I have never bought anything online and have no desire to do so. I have little confidence in the 3rd party delivery companies as well.


I like the way you think!

We have no land lines and the bare minimum of cell phone use. Our two young adult kids share one cell phone - no texting, internet, or anything else on it. 500 minutes shared between the 4 of us with 3 cell phones. Still costs too much.

We built our own house and paid in cash...the subs were thrilled.

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

I've heard it said, that

I've heard it said, that great minds think alike. :D

To live simply, simply live. Wisdom from my Grandmother that I take to heart. I can also credit her with my anti-debt mentality. Work hard and save up for what you want , it's that simple. She is of that classic generation who believes debt is bad....She is right and set a fine example for her children/grandchildren.

PS. I pay twenty bucks a month for my landline, so I save about, what? eighty bucks a month by not owning a cell. A penny saved is a penny earned. OMG, I am turning into my grandma. lol.


" I pay twenty bucks a month for my landline, so I save about, what? eighty bucks a month by not owning a cell."

I don't know anyone who pays 100FRNs/month for a cell phone. I'm sure they're out there, just saying I've never met one. Pay as you go phones are good enough for me.

I pay 25/mo for mine (phone itself was 30) and get 750 minutes. I've never had a land line, on the move too much.

A signature used to be here!

The only reason they still allow us to use cash is....

so they get can keep their illicit drug monies coming in? Drug prohibition has one great benefit: no cashless society.

On a similar note...

I'll be a barter king.

I'll be a barter king.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

We all need to go back to that simple life.

We are literal slaves to the little income left to us after taxes and other deductions. What price security?

I am convinced this is the endgame

They already debase the value of our money by adding credit for nothing to the money supply.

Thanks for posting.

Lord Acton, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1875 - "The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the People v. The Banks."

of Beasts and Burdens

Opting out becomes increasingly more difficult every day by design.

In my corner of the world cash remains indispensable for many practical, non suspect reasons. Cash payments physically deposited into a branch bank of a business counterpart or monthly service provider, for example, had been an alternative to electronic or check transfer. Now the central bank refuses to accept deposits, even for small transactions, unless the trackable government issued ID is presented. No doubt this rule will be required everywhere shortly.

It's global; it's a conspiracy; and not merely theoretical.
The strawman in this game will actually be the name given to the name given along with the flesh and blood and photo ID who must, perhaps on a rotating basis, step up to the counter.

The mark of the beast, 666. Where no one will by or sell

within the system without a registered number.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

Who has already an number assigned? The Strawmen!

Have you seen this yet? http://relate4ever.wordpress.com/2013/01/01/beast-number-str...

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What can't I buy without a (digital) number?

I can't rent a car, purchase an airline ticket, rent a hotel room, purchase online, some jobs require that you have a bank account for direct deposits if you want to get paid. These are just a few transactions that come to mind.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.