The Government is Weaning Us Off of Cash


Published on Feb 3, 2016


Kerry Lutz of joins us today to discuss the war on cash. How long has it being going on? How does it manifest in our daily lives? What will it mean for the future of our NIRP-driven central bank-controlled economic future? And how do we hedge against it?


More Countries Are Now Pushing Cashless Societies – Episode 884a


6 Responses to “The Government is Weaning Us Off of Cash”

  1. ian says:

    Indeed they are obviously pushing for a cashless society, and because of the resistance to their plans for chips and ID, they are preparing the next bunch of chumps to get used to carrying ID as they can’t buy supermarket booze without it. Do you think the government cares if someone who looks under “”25″” buys booze?. However it will work and they’ll be so used to, and unoffended by requests or demands for ID that when chips are suggested, they’ll jump at the chance of being spared the hassle of carrying cards.

  2. Lynn says:

    Brainwashing sold as convenience. Or good for you, or for your health. These creeps are masters at trickery. We all carry chips on our phones ,in our cars, and on debit cards. They are one step away from chipping us. Vaccine is their game set and match. Say no.

  3. Dublinmick says:

    Well the trigger is the untruths I see on Internet and media about a book written by a Jew Joseph Lelyveld “Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India” .

    Joseph Lelyveld, is a Zionist and a Pulitzer Prize winner.

    Pulitzer is a prize awarded by Columbia University USA. Columbia university was made with Opium drug money by Rothschild.

    Rothchild was the owner of British East India Company, who grew Opium in India and sold it in China.

    Lelyveld quotes correspondence between Gandhi and Kallenbach, including excerpts from the latter’s diary, with language that seems suggestive of a homosexual relationship, with Gandhi speaking of his Hermann Kallenbach as “Lower House,” and of himself as “Upper House,” and saying that cotton-wool and Vaseline were a constant reminder of their “mutual love”

    Sotheby’s had put a pre-sale estimate of between £500,000 and £700,000 on the collection of letters. The sale was pulled after Indian authorities agreed to purchase the entire archive for around £700,000 (60million rupees). Sotheby’s said in a terse statement: ‘The Gandhi-Kallenbach archive… has been sold in a private transaction to the Indian government on 10th July 2012.’

    Kallenbach himself named this farm after Leo Tolstoy. Kallenback’s task was to brainwash Gandhi into non-violence to fight the enemy. Leo Tolstoy died on 20th Nov 1910.

  4. dkblue says:

    Same agenda pushed in Australia – todays ‘news’ – we will be cashless within 50 years.
    This article reveals a lot, conflating cash with people who want to remain ‘anonymous’ and the black market. They speculate as to why there has been an inc demand for $100 notes of late and state that the reason the gov’t wants to go cashless is to be able to trace all transactions. Don’t say we haven’t been warned!!

    • Yes. How do we fight this?
      The only ways I can think of
      – Simplifying and making it easy and accessible for anyone to do it at home, or with neighbours, in a MASSIVE DECENTRALISATION of food production using stuff talked about here

      – Going off grid is key in this fightback, as much as we can
      – Changing our mindsets (mines already changed) to not want ‘cash’ to go to town and buy designer clothes and pointless things
      – Whether throughnthe $900 instove, or an array of other simple things, hopefully we can get energy off grid thing sorted too. Any free energy technologies, would be a bonus. If we were all or most energy off grid. Then TPTB would have much less leverage over us since decentralisations massively taken place anyway
      – Therefore this is why I think too the UFO/alien meme is being pushed too. Offgridding means they lose their advantage over us of suppressing free energy. SO they might as well release it but all wrapped up in a load of alien shite to re-establish leverage and control

      – However Abi. if we want to fight a cashless society. We will still need some cash to buy essential things. or order supplements online. Etc. How do we fight this without being drawn into the cashless web?

      – Bitcoin could be a Jesuit deception, or are these types of currencies tryly good? Theyre electronic which makes me suspicious

      – And so, I suppose the bartering system will have to get more advanced to fight cashless society. But bartering wont work if I want to order a NIR Phillips heat lamp, or some supplements, or car repair parts, online? That’s electronic cash

      – So maybe some cashless transactions are ok, were doing them today. But I resent every tiny local transaction, the government knowing about it. Maybe small local decentralised currencies between villages and towns are the answer
      If you get time see the post and MS Henrys and mine interesting comments

      • dkblue says:

        It seems to me that the key is community.
        The sharing of skills, resources, knowledge and wisdom, within a culture of mutual respect and shared vision. The very thing that has been so persistently and viciously attacked by all the institutes and think-tanks – the family and community.
        Through pooling resources and skills with the right motivation and self awareness I believe the reliance/dependence on money could be greatly reduced.

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