Martin Armstrong Reports on a Secret Meeting in London to Ban Cash

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At this point, anyone paying even the slightest bit of attention to the central planning economic totalitarians running the fraudulent global financial system is aware of the blatant push in the media to acclimate the masses to accepting a “cashless society.”

In the mind of an economic tyrant, banning cash represents the holy grail. Forcing the plebs onto a system of digital fiat currency transactions offers total control via a seamless tracking of all transactions in the economy, and the ability to block payments if an uppity citizen dares get out of line.

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4 comments on “Martin Armstrong Reports on a Secret Meeting in London to Ban Cash
  1. Goldman Sucks says:

    How will all those posh-boy City wankers pay for their coke and whores without cash?

  2. YoLithos says:

    I foresee that the common people will begin using small pets (and pet accessories) as cash. Puppies. Kittens. Hamsters. Mice. Geckos. Canaries, songbirds, parrots(nah!). Rabbits? Small monkeys and perhaps lemurs. Anything that meets a social group’s preference and fashion. As added benefits, interest expressed as offspring, high-grade fertilizer, biogas mass or dried fuel, etc. Maybe even the odd frog, etc. In pre-revolutionary China certain crickets could be very valuable. Just recently, a whole county in Japan lost a large part of it’s income and tourist industry based on the horned beetle, after f*-us-shima “happened”. It will be essential to actually care for one’s money – chorewise. Should be interesting. Given the radiation, the chemical and GMO contamination, and all.

  3. Snooze says:

    At the height of the 2008 banking crisis, Antonio Maria Costa, then head of the United Nations office on drugs and crime, said he had evidence to suggest the proceeds from drugs and crime were “the only liquid investment capital” available to banks on the brink of collapse. “Inter-bank loans were funded by money that originated from the drugs trade,” he said. “There were signs that some banks were rescued that way.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/apr/03/us-bank-mexico-drug-gangs

  4. Peter Jennings says:

    Banning cash is the work of madmen with ulterior motives. Ban cash and watch the UK revolution unfold shortly thereafter.

    Most of the UK population is asleep at the wheel and something like this would wake up the majority. Those addicted to their shopping lifestyles can’t be educated as they are the useful idiots who think it is all about choice and convenience. There’s not much choice in a ban. Watch for an increase of reports on muggings, robberies and the ramping up of the carrying cash fear factor to follow.

    Increase the velocity by drawing cash from a (A)hole-in-the-wall and use that, as a form of protest.

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