The Normalization Of The Cashless Society (Video)

Thursday, August 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

BY WORLD ALTERNATIVE MEDIA
TheDailyCoin.org
AUGUST 24, 2017

Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent story of Siberian doctor Aleksandr Volchek who willingly got 6 different RFID implants in order to unlock doors and pay for items. He calls it “magic” but most call it “crazy.”

The Novosibirsk-based obstetrician-gynecologist considers himself a “crypto-anarchist” and claims the chip implants are “time-saving convenience.”
Well most terrible, totalitarian ideas come about under the guise of “convenience” and this is no exception.

This is not a secluded story neither! 41 Wisconsin employees recently had a “chipping party” where they got RFID chips implanted in their hands.
Businesses in Sweden are incorporating RFID chips as well as the use of RFIDs on trains in Sweden to replace tickets.

This is part of a much larger technocratic agenda as we don’t only see Orwellian transhumanism, but we also see the global cashless society quickly unveiling.

From demonetization in India as well as retina scans under the Aadhar system to the cashless system and facial recognition passports in Australia.
From the vast chipping in Sweden and push towards a cashless society to the vast use of digital money in China and we’re not talking Bitcoin, we’re talking centrally planned digital currency.

We also see the cashless takeover in Canada and to a good scale in the United States as well.

If your money’s in the bank, it’s not yours, it’s the bank’s. If your money’s always going through the bank through legal tender laws, through central planning and through digital transactions and you never hold it, it’s NEVER your money and it’s ALWAYS the bank’s! That puts you in perfect servitude to the government and banking system, doesn’t it?

Investment icon Jim Rogers had a comment on that where he noted that we can easily be tracked everywhere and the state can shut down our bank account if they think we’re drinking too much coffee. He believes it will indeed go forward.

This is a prevailing issue that we as individuals must stand up against before it’s too late. It’s bad enough we have to put up with the fiat system, but to digitize that system on top of it all is to completely throw away any remnants of free markets or freedom in general. It’s a slippery slope into what G. Edward Griffin says is the globalist endgame.

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