Another hit for the Cs - Cashless Society - VISA 666!

CaptNova

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Bluebird said:
Currently only around 3-4% of money actually exists as notes and coin, the rest is just bits and bytes in computer databases, in other words doesn't exist. The international bankers have enslaved us with their system of fractional reserve lending ie. lend money that doesn't exist and then have the gall to charge interest on it. What a racket!!!

The bible actually says only those who have the mark of the beast shall buy or sell. Once the cashless society is enacted any one of us can be cut out of the system with a keystroke, we could not be paid, would be unable to buy food or other necessities unless we do exactly as instructed.

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/197099-GLD-ETF-Warning-Tungsten-Filled-Fake-Gold-Bars

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/200996-Fake-gold-bars-in-Bank-of-England-and-Fort-Knox

Heres something I've often wondered, supposing ET wants the gold on planet Earth, what better way than to allow humans to mine and process the gold deposits. ET then instruct their minions in control of the international banking system to buy up the gold using the aforementioned non existent money and have it stored in centralized repositories. At leisure, simply remove the gold and have it replaced by fake gold coated tungsten. The scam only gets discovered when someone mistakenly ships out the fake bars which actually get tested.

Cheers

Then what they did at the end of fight club by blowing up the credit card company headquarters isn't a bad idea.
 

herondancer

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Hi CaptNova,

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clerck de bonk

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Herakles said:
Add to this the following excellent articles:

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/197099-GLD-ETF-Warning-Tungsten-Filled-Fake-Gold-Bars

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/200996-Fake-gold-bars-in-Bank-of-England-and-Fort-Knox

Seems that not only removing cash from society but the gold upon which it is supposedly based is also underway. Makes one wonder what kind of link exists between the disappearance of gold and the probability of incoming meteor impact with potential for worldwide catastrophe. If civilization were to survive such an event, the gold being hoarded makes a heavy-handed and monopolized ability to drive any economy which might remain, regardless of the shambles it might be in.

That is unless there were some way for society to entirely extricate itself from the grip of the evil moneychangers in the world. How wonderful it would be if the majority took a stance and said, enough! Fiat system of currency is hereby outlawed!

Sigh, wishful thinking....

Links no longer work :(
 

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clerck de bonk said:
Herakles said:
Add to this the following excellent articles:

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/197099-GLD-ETF-Warning-Tungsten-Filled-Fake-Gold-Bars

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/200996-Fake-gold-bars-in-Bank-of-England-and-Fort-Knox

Seems that not only removing cash from society but the gold upon which it is supposedly based is also underway. Makes one wonder what kind of link exists between the disappearance of gold and the probability of incoming meteor impact with potential for worldwide catastrophe. If civilization were to survive such an event, the gold being hoarded makes a heavy-handed and monopolized ability to drive any economy which might remain, regardless of the shambles it might be in.

That is unless there were some way for society to entirely extricate itself from the grip of the evil moneychangers in the world. How wonderful it would be if the majority took a stance and said, enough! Fiat system of currency is hereby outlawed!

Sigh, wishful thinking....

Links no longer work :(

Those links work for me.
 

clerck de bonk

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Gandalf said:
clerck de bonk said:
Herakles said:
Add to this the following excellent articles:

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/197099-GLD-ETF-Warning-Tungsten-Filled-Fake-Gold-Bars

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/200996-Fake-gold-bars-in-Bank-of-England-and-Fort-Knox

Seems that not only removing cash from society but the gold upon which it is supposedly based is also underway. Makes one wonder what kind of link exists between the disappearance of gold and the probability of incoming meteor impact with potential for worldwide catastrophe. If civilization were to survive such an event, the gold being hoarded makes a heavy-handed and monopolized ability to drive any economy which might remain, regardless of the shambles it might be in.

That is unless there were some way for society to entirely extricate itself from the grip of the evil moneychangers in the world. How wonderful it would be if the majority took a stance and said, enough! Fiat system of currency is hereby outlawed!

Sigh, wishful thinking....

Links no longer work :(

Those links work for me.

Now they work for me to :huh:
 

seekr

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I think that the introduction of the gold plated tungsten is part of the plan to destabilize gold as a hard currency. I mean how can the public trade in gold if so much "fake gold" is circulating?

Also in the new "Food Safety Act" which ties in to the Codex plan, there are provisions that make barter/trading of food stuffs illegal. Even your your backyard vegetable plot will be illegal if it doesn't meet the proper registration/reporting, and chemical farming techniques.

Seems that free thought and self sufficiency is the official crime terrorism.... God forbid a people that don't need the Banksters, and Corporate food... What would happen if the rest of the world caught on?!?
 

Minas Tirith

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Another hit for the C's regarding this:

Q: (L) "Compels all alike, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to be marked with an inscription on their right hand or on their foreheads...." What is this inscription?

A: Visa ID number.

Q: (L) Is this going to be actually physically put on our bodies?

A: Encoded.

Q: (L) How? Is that what the aliens do when they abduct people?

A: No.

Q: (L) How is it going to be done?

A: Stamped.

Q: (L) By what technical means?

A: Electronic encoding. A series of numbers.

Q: (L) Are they going to put these on our skins or imbed them in the skin on our heads or hand...?

A: Yes.

Q: (L) Does that mean that you will have to place your hand on an electronic scanner in order to conduct any type of monetary transaction?

A: Precisely.


It's not really "stamped", but comes quite close:

Swedish Startup Lets You Pay With the Swipe of a Hand
By Damon Poeter April 14, 2014 07:42pm EST

Quixter has put a new twist on biometrics by using vein-scanning tech to let retail shoppers pay by scanning their palms instead of using credit cards.
shares Biometric identification isn't a new thing—it's as old as fingerprinting, at least—but a company in Sweden has put a new twist on biometrics that lets customers at retail outlets simply swipe their hands instead of using credit cards for payments.

Fredrik Leifland was studying engineering at Sweden's Lund University a few years ago when he got the idea to use vein-scanning for point-of-sale payments. Today, his startup Quixter has outfitted 15 stores and restaurants around Lund University with terminals that allow registered shoppers to have their palms scanned to pay for goods and services.

"We had to connect all the players ourselves, which was quite complex—the vein scanning terminals, the banks, the stores and the customers. The next step was finding ways of packaging it into a solution that was user friendly," Leifland said.

There are now 1,600 active users of the terminals set up by Leifland and fellow students who started Quixter. The process of paying by vein scanning takes less than five seconds, according to the startup.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2456557,00.asp
 

itellsya

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Cash no longer accepted on London buses as of today

As a former Londoner i can tell you that this isn't necessarily what people want... though in other ways it was implemented a few years ago on many routes. Often enough, especially in the poorer boroughs, there isn't anywhere to top up! And judging by the article, it is yet another badly planned, patch work scheme (see in bold). Most importantly with Oyster, is that you are easily tracked as you travel, every bus, every top up...

It's another step/shove to a cash-free society, many debit cards already have a similar feature - 'touch/tap and pay' - for purchases under 10/15GBP.

_http://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/cash-no-longer-accepted-on-london-buses-as-of-today-9587578.html

Cash no longer accepted on London buses as of today

Cash free: passengers can no longer use cash to pay for a London bus journey

Passengers on London buses will no longer be able to pay in cash from today.

Transport for London said dwindling numbers of travellers using money to pay for their journeys sparked the change.

Passengers using bus services will only be able to pay with Oyster cards, prepaid tickets, contactless debit cards or concessionary tickets.

TfL are introducing a one more journey scheme to stop passengers from becoming stranded, which allows those with no money left on their Oyster to take a journey.

Commuters will receive an emergency fare advice slip to acknowledge the One More Journey feature has been activated and the credit will become negative. The Oyster card will need topping up before another journey can be made.

Mike Weston, TfL's director of buses, said: "The way our customers pay for goods and services is evolving, so we need to ensure our ticketing evolves too.

"Removing cash from our bus network not only offers customers a quicker and more efficient bus service but it enables us to make savings of £24 million a year which will be re-invested to further improve London's transport network."

Experts say the move is part of a "seismic shift" in shopping habits.

Dave Hobday, managing director of Worldpay UK, the country's leading payment processing company, said: "We're on the cusp of a seismic shift in shopper behaviour, and predict that everyone from farmers markets to buskers will go cashless.

"Contactless kills queues and means businesses never lose a sale during peak times."
 

itellsya

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itellsya said:
[ Most importantly with Oyster, is that you are easily tracked as you travel, every bus, every top up...

just to correct that, it feels like you are can easily be tracked, not that you are; since there's already smart phones, cash cards etc.. :rolleyes: kinda forgot about those.
 

itellsya

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It hasn't been confirmed but a 'financial confederation' in Norway is advocating to be cash free by 2020. I expect Norways reputation is being used as selling point for this idea..

_http://rt.com/business/173564-norway-cash-free-country/

Norway may become ‘cashless country’ by 2020


Published time: July 17, 2014 18:56

Reuters / Tim Wimborne


One of Norway’s leading financial confederations has said the country should be cashless by 2020
. Currently, cash is used in only five percent of Norwegian transactions. However, critics say people should be able to buy things without a ‘trace’.

Finans Norge – which represents 200 financial institutions and financial groups active in the country – has advocated the complete elimination of cash-based transactions in Norway, stating that a no-cash policy could prevent problems with financial crime, robberies and ‘black money’.

“Cash now represents such a small proportion of payments in the society, that we could well do without it,” said a statement published on the Finans Norge website on Monday.

The confederation pointed out that there was an 8.6 percent growth in card use in the first half of this year, that Norwegians have been taking out increasingly less cash from ATMs and shops, and that “it costs society a lot to handle cash.”

Finans Norge additionally points out that cash is used in only five percent of transactions in Norway with only Sweden and the UK having a lower level of cash usage than Norway.

However, critics and privacy advocates stated that the total elimination of cash could have disturbing implications for individuals’ privacy. “It must be possible to be able to pay for goods and services without registering,” Guri Melby of the Liberal (Venstre) party told Norway’s ‘News in English’ website.

“We also think it is naive to believe that crime disappears by removing cash,” said Melby. “We already see today that crime is moving to new areas. There is just as much fraud of bank cards and electronic payment methods, and we also see new payment methods, like for example Bitcoin, pop up.”

“The opportunity for crime and fraud does not depend on what type of payment methods we have in society.”

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority – Datatilsynet – has also spoken out, saying that it is important that people can make purchases without an electronic trace being left behind them.

“From a policy perspective, it is primarily a concern that you cannot pay for anything anonymously,” Bjørn Erik Thon from Datatilsynet told the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK).
 

MusicMan

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Without readily available cash, how are parents going to give their kids their 'pocket money'?
And I suppose 'Bob-a-Job' is out for the boy scouts, too. Not to mention the 'tooth fairy'.
It's a worry..
 

1peacelover

Jedi Master
A similar story was posted on SOTT last year, Cashless society in Africa: Mastercard Biometric RFID national identity card http://www.sott.net/article/261897-Cashless-society-in-Africa-Mastercard-Biometric-RFID-national-identity-card

This is an update of sorts to that story. Emphasis, mine

National ID Card With Master Card Logo Launched In Nigeria

(Press TV) The new Nigerian National Identity Cards, with branded logo of the American firm, MasterCard, angered Nigerians amid fears of security and economic breach.

Many people called for an immediate halt to the project. President Goodluck Jonathan launched the national electronic identity card, which all Nigerians will have to have by 2019 if they want to vote. Nigerians hit out at the government, saying it would surrender a symbol of national sovereignty and pride to the American firm, MasterCard.

People also say the deal was made amid the intense global data spying by the National Security Agency of the United States, which is home to MasterCard. Nigeria’s government has shared the biometrics of 170 million Nigerians to the firm. The government says the card is a means of certifying the holder’s identity, payment card and a personal database repository. But, many analysts say the deal between Nigeria’s National Identity Management Commission, MasterCard and Access Bank hands over all adult Nigerians as direct and compulsory customers of MasterCard.

Some even say allowing MasterCard’s logo on the country’s National ID Card could only compare to the transatlantic slave trade. The National Identity Card project for decades continued to be wrapped up in corruption and mismanagement. The allegation of corruption is in addition to other unresolved corruption cases involving missing pension funds, oil subsidy and billions of dollars missing from the petroleum ministry.

http://govtslaves.info/national-id-card-master-card-logo-launched-nigeria/
 

itellsya

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Australia's poor, like America's, have apparently been using cash cards (food stamps) for a while. It's surprising for me, because the UK hasn't gone this far, yet, and Australia seemed to pride itself on it's social net, by comparison. It's interesting because purchases are restricted, and again it begins with the poorest in society. It's not a stretch to imagine the 50% plus of working people in the UK who receive 'tax credits' (ie. benefits by another name,because wages aren't enough!) to be 'given' these, as part of the totalitarian tip toe.
BasicsCard users buying banned cigarettes with welfare, bartering groceries for alcohol and cash

By the National Reporting Team's Alison Branley and Norman Hermant

Welfare recipients are spending money quarantined for essentials on banned items and bartering groceries for cash and alcohol, an ABC investigation has found.

Under place-based income management, selected welfare recipients in Playford, South Australia, Shepparton,Victoria, Logan and Rockhampton in Queensland, and Bankstown, New South Wales, have 50 to 70 per cent of their benefits quarantined for essentials.
_http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-08-31/welfare-recipients-skirting-around-income-management-rules/5708012

added: link
 

casper

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Do the non-cash payment is only the first step toward total manipulation

Laura said:
October 16, 1994

Q: (L) Okay, it says: "Here is room for discernment, a call for the wisdom of interpretation, let him who has intelligence, penetration, insight enough calculate the number of the Beast, for it is a human number, the number of a certain man, his number is 666. What does this mean?

A: Visa as explained previously. Everyone will get their own number and it will be a Visa number, the number of the Beast.
DENMARK a step closer on its way to becoming the world's first nation "no cash" after the government proposed abolition of dealers to receive cash.
Link.
https://translate.google.hr/translate?sl=hr&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=hr&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.index.hr%2Fvijesti%2Fclanak%2Fdanska-sve-blize-bezgotovinskoj-ekonomiji-%2F818849.aspx&edit-text=
 

Jodi

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Re: Do the non-cash payment is only the first step toward total manipulation

An amazing symptom of humanity's "sleep" is that we are almost willingly cash free. At the convenience store I go too, you just have to swipe your card. Don't even need to put your pin in and tap "Ok". That extra. 2 seconds you save seems like an eternity in our fast paced society.

Not that we have ever had freedom- it's been illusory at best, but people are so comfortable giving it up and still fail to see the trap. It reminds me of the Session on the Genesis story where Eve was tempted by the Lizzies into physicality b/c sex looked like fun! Doesn't it just fit that 300,000 years later, we are lulled into our every purchase being on record b/c it's easier than taking out our wallet and counting out money?
 
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