China's New World Order Gold backed oil benchmark on the way. Attack on cash economy is distracting us from the government's greatest failure. So there I was in the bunker beneath our home earlier this week, adding to the stock of canned food and bottled water, about to start boarding up the windows around the house, all the while anxiously waiting for smoke to begin filling the street, carrying with it the shouts of an angry crowd railing against the government and its latest attack on our privacy and civil rights.
But, as usual, there was only silence. If the meek really do end up inheriting the earth then one thing is inevitable. Australia is sure to become the world's greatest superpower. So gentle and unassuming, so complacent and law-abiding are we, that after an influential public official came out this week and said it was time the federal government placed a limit on how much of our cash we can spend – you know, that old-fashioned folding stuff – there wasn't a whiff of protest.
We just gave our usual collective shrug and looked elsewhere. Who among us hasn't willingly paid cash for something in return for a discount? Economist: Ban Cash and Force Everyone to Have a Government-Controlled Bank Account. National newspaper features brazen call for economic fascism Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com May 13, 2015 A former Bank of England economist has called for a total ban on cash and its replacement with credit accounts controlled directly by governments.
In a column for the London Telegraph, fund manager Jim Leaviss all but advocates economic fascism as a means of enabling authorities to respond to financial crises better by implementing a “cashless society.” “Forcing everyone to spend only by electronic means from an account held at a government-run bank would give the authorities far better tools to deal with recessions and economic booms,” states the introduction to Leaviss’ article. If you think that sounds authoritarian enough, it gets worse. De-Dollarization: Is BRICS a Viable Alternative to the U.S. Dominated World Economic System? Economist and Geopolitical analyst Peter Koenig talks to Asad Ismi 1.
Is BRICS (Brazil, Russia, China, India and South Africa) a viable alternative to the present U.S. It’s Currency War! – And Japan Has Fired The First Shot. By Michael Snyder, on November 3rd, 2014.
David on Coast: The Global Initiation. China Looks Set To Introduce Gold-Backed New World Reserve Currency. Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve. Do We Owe Our Soul to the Bankers? I will start with the slave rebellion.
It was Nat Turner who led the slave rebellion in Virginia. Why did he lead a slave rebellion. He and his fellow slaves were tired of living under the rule of a master getting wealthy off the backs of his labor living life as a serf in that day. These slaves wanted to be free. A gift from God. Now today it is not blacks slaves fighting for freedom. This form of bondage is debt slavery. Today we owe our soul to the Federal Reserve system. Lets face it. When we take out a mortgage out on a house. Credit card companies make much profit off interest more than principle when people make the minimum payment. Do we owe our soul to the Federal Reserve Banking system? I am ready to break free from this debt slave currency of the Federal Reserve Bank.
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Photo: Bloomberg The explosive declaration by acclaimed business author Michael Lewis that the world's largest sharemarket is "rigged" by high-frequency trading has sent Wall Street into a flux of chatter, self reflection and, in some cases, denial. In his famous book Moneyball, Lewis admired the quantitative skills used to recruit players to build a champion baseball team.
Now he is taking aim at the numbers men. "The United States stockmarket, the most iconic market in global capitalism is rigged . . . by a combination of the stock exchanges, the big Wall Street banks and the high-frequency traders," Lewis says. Call to limit cash transactions from Black Economy Taskforce chairman. Australia will never have a completely cashless economy, says the man heading the federal government's Black Economy Taskforce Michael Andrew, but it's likely that we will see a limit put on cash transactions at $10,000.
Mr Andrew, who is advising the Turnbull government on how it can claw back up to an estimated $15 billion in lost federal tax revenue and illegitimate welfare payments due to widespread cash economy activity, told Fairfax Media that his final report to government, due in October, was likely to include stronger recommendations around limits. This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Caption Settings Dialog Beginning of dialog window.
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