ATM Charges – The War Against Cash

The elites parade their fine dresses, while the peasants are cut off from cash.

The Daily Express reports today that cash dispensers are to be subject to charges, and will no longer be free. This is nothing to do with banks’ profits or costs. They are all in robust health, propped up by outrageous interest charges, while banks themselves can borrow at next to nothing. This is an attack on cash.

They want everyone using electronic money – the credit card, debit card or oyster card. That way anyone can be cut off from money – meaning from food, petrol, water – at a stroke of the keyboard.

The cut-off is already used against political activists. A fellow blogger fired off a story that Abu Hamza was on the MI5 payroll. All his cards stopped instantly, and his mother’s credit card. His phone cut off, and he was left stranded. The bank said they had no idea why his cards were cut, and it wasn’t them doing it. Once cash is squeezed out by charging more and more for ATMs, people will migrate to electronic money, which will be kept cheaper. Anyone who blogs a story they don’t like, won’t be able to eat.

Don’t be squeezed. Go for cash. Keep cash. Help each other to keep cash. The elites want us all subject to their pull switch.

Cobalt writes –

The ultimate goal for them is to have RFID chips implanted in everybody to obtain things.

Your cash supply stored on some computer mainframe/cluster somewhere where your RFID chip (implanted in your arm no doubt) can communicate with it via satelite/wifi communcation for example.

– You go to the shop to buy groceries, ‘simply’ scan your arm across the sensor at supermarket… no more ‘cumbersome’ cash or having to remember your chip and pin number.

– You want to go to the cinema with the kids, ‘simply’ scan your arm across the sensor at the cinema… might as well bung the overpriced aspertame-ridden soft drinks and chemical-laced popcorn on the ‘tab’ too to add to the misery, LOL.

… the list is endless, but ultimately *YOUR* cash is under *THEIR* control.

Note, how movies and adverts on TV condition the masses into softly accepting this notion of a cashless society.

I noticed that VISA are promoting it heavily at the moment. Current TV advert with Usain Bolt. Playing on the sub-conscious linking Usain Bolt’s speed at running with the speed and ‘ease’ of using your mobile or credit card to make electronic purchases… anything but using crisp clean cash.

Also, the film ‘In Time’ with Justin Timberlake is an example. The ‘currency’ is time not money. However the same still applies in that everything is bought and procured through a chip implanted in the arm.

In time (no pun intended), we will no doubt be conditioned more and more into believing that the cashless society is good for us under guise of ‘it prevents money fraud’, ‘terrorism’, and ‘is easy to use’. A PR companies wet dream, I suspect.

– Peace, Cobalt.

Zheng Yong adds –

Sweden Goes Cashless

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10 Responses to “ATM Charges – The War Against Cash”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thought things were heading this way for quiet a while, but no one wants to know.

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  3. dognamedblue says:

    I guess one answer would be to just go into the bank everytime you need cash, with enough people queuing up they’ll soon change? another would be to switch all cash to credit unions

  4. Anonymous says:

    The ultimate goal for them is to have RFID chips implanted in everybody to obtain things.

    Your cash supply stored on some computer mainframe/cluster somewhere where your RFID chip (implanted in your arm no doubt) can communicate with it via satelite/wifi communcation for example.

    – You go to the shop to buy groceries, ‘simply’ scan your arm across the sensor at supermarket… no more ‘cumbersome’ cash or having to remember your chip and pin number.

    – You want to go to the cinema with the kids, ‘simply’ scan your arm across the sensor at the cinema… might as well bung the overpriced aspertame-ridden soft drinks and chemical-laced popcorn on the ‘tab’ too to add to the misery, LOL.

    … the list is endless, but ultimately *YOUR* cash is under *THEIR* control.

    Note, how movies and adverts on TV condition the masses into softly accepting this notion of a cashless society.

    I noticed that VISA are promoting it heavily at the moment. Current TV advert with Usain Bolt. Playing on the sub-conscious linking Usain Bolt’s speed at running with the speed and ‘ease’ of using your mobile or credit card to make electronic purchases… anything but using crisp clean cash.

    Also, the film ‘In Time’ with Justin Timberlake is an example. The ‘currency’ is time not money. However the same still applies in that everything is bought and procured through a chip implanted in the arm.

    In time (no pun intended), we will no doubt be conditioned more and more into believing that the cashless society is good for us under guise of ‘it prevents money fraud’, ‘terrorism’, and ‘is easy to use’. A PR companies wet dream, I suspect.

    – Peace, Cobalt.

  5. Tapestry says:

    Michael Fowke – deleted in error. Apologies. (trying to multitask again. Forgot I was male!)

  6. Anonymous says:

    lol, Tapestry. The argument I use against women who believe they can innately multitask over men is:

    It’s better to run the risk of f&*king up one job rather than (multitasking) and f&*king up 10 jobs at once instead. 🙂

    – Cobalt

  7. Anonymous says:

    In response to the ‘ no one wants to know comment ‘ – This is exactly what I find . I was discussing a related issue at the weekend with a friend – and although he agreed with the thrust of what I said – he thought it was just too ‘dangerous ‘ . I was reminded of ‘ the cows were grazing happily in the field ‘ line !

    Sean

  8. Cave Cave Dues Videt says:

    “So that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name.”

    Revelation 13:17 English Standard Version (ESV)

    Don’t say you weren’t warned !

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m surprised Wasp hasnt jumped in with an explanation of ‘ the master’s card ‘ – or ‘VI S A ‘…

    Paypal looks a bit like papal ?

  10. Spanner says:

    The problem we have is that most banks restrict how much cash you can withdraw per day, and throughout europe they are passing laws to limit the maximum amount a transaction can be in cash.

    You also have the problem if you want to pay bills, book tickets or hotels, buy on internet etc where you have to psy by direct debit or in advance by card.

    I still don’t understand why people on prepsy gas and electric meters pay more, as they are the only customers that pay in advance for there usage. Its the same with direct debits, they charge you less by paying this way so the cash never has to leave any accounts, just pushed sround electronically.

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