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    Post  mudra Wed Jul 15, 2015 6:35 am

    The Truth About Our Cashless Society Future

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    Post  TRANCOSO Fri Jul 17, 2015 1:43 am

    The International Monetary System & The Future Of Money
    A MIND BLOWING lecture by Shiekh (not Sheikh) Imran Hosein on the how & why of the inevitable collapse of the dollar and the paper money system.

    If you - like me - are not into (organized) religion, you should skip the first 10 minutes and start the video at 10:30.

    I PROMISE YOU, IT WILL PLEASANTLY ENLIGHTEN & BRIGHTEN YOU!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNnIC6dkpoI

    nb: Shiekh Imran Hosein has a very pleasant voice to listen to, tells a really interesting story and also has a remarkable sense of humor.
     

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    Post  TRANCOSO Fri Jul 17, 2015 1:50 am

    The Cashless Society Almost Here And With Some Very Sinister Implications
    by Patrick Henningsen
    March 28, 2014

    Among the long list of items bundled by consensus reality merchants under the banner of ‘conspiracy theory’, is a world without cash – where technocrats rule over the populace, and everything and anything is exchanged via plastic and RFID chips.

    In this sterile and controlled Orwellian hi-tech society, the idea of cash being passed from hand to hand would be as archaic as the thought of carrying around a rucksack of tally sticks today.

    Still, despite the incredible penetration of credit and debit card transactions into economic aggregate, and the boom in internet shopping, few will comfortably admit that a cashless society is nearly upon us. In part, it’s a natural denial by many fuelled by the idea our society is indeed on a collision course with the sort of dystopic impersonal future like that depicted in the 1970s sci-fi film classic, Logan’s Run. Cashless money is here, and growing rapidly.

    Over the years, futurists and commentators alike seemed to agree that a cashless society will be a slow creep, and would automatically phase itself in simply by virtue of the sheer volume of electronic transactions that gradually make cash less available and more costly to redeem, or exchange. This is still true for the most part. What few counted on, however, was how the final push would take place, and why. Some will be surprised by these new emerging mechanisms, and the political and sinister implications they ultimately lead to.

    Introduction of Parallel Currencies
    There has been a lot made about the ‘cashless society’ in media, but this cannot fully happen until there is a cashless currency.

    Every revolution needs a good crisis in order to germinate its seed. The cashless revolution is no different. It should be abundantly clear by now that the global financial meltdown has been engineered at every juncture of its unfolding by the very private central banks who expand and contract the money supply. A Dollar or Euro collapse will trigger a global economic crisis, which is a prime opportunity to introduce the next phase.

    In the summer of 2012, at the height of the European Central Bank (ECB) ritualistic raping of the Greek economy, financial expert Max Keiser, alongside Mexican billionaire Hugo Salinas Price, traveled to Athens to promote the idea of a silver Drachma as a parallel currency to the ever-failing Euro. In theory and in practice, this parallel currency was ‘sound money’ for individual Greeks and would allow them to retain some say in their financial destiny, and also allow them to accumulate real wealth. It should have caught on. But this great idea did not go down well with media moguls and technocratic elites loyal to their overlords in the ECB, Wall Street and the City of London. Still, too many people remain unaware of how money is created, enters into circulation, and how their private central banks control inflation, and Greece is no different.

    The US Dollar is pure fiat [fiat money is money that derives its value from government regulation or law], but it does have a theoretical backer. It is an oil-backed currency – and for better or for worse, is on its way to losing its long-lived status as the world’s reserve currency. China is moving towards a gold-backed currency and has already agreed to buy the majority of its oil supply from Russia off of the US Dollar peg. This could mean two things: the US could be forced to fight a war to maintain Dollar supremacy, or the Dollar will begin to drop as the top dog. This shift will open up a window of opportunity for money masters to insert not only a brand new global currency, but also its universal cashless attributes as well.

    Common sense and free market wisdom would expect to see a sound money option replace the current fiat disaster, but as we saw in Greece, a great solution was not taken up and straddled with the dysfunctional Euro, and that society will continue to pay the cost of that reality.

    The Euro crisis was a great opportunity to throw out the Euro in favour of something that could create wealth, rather than debt. As the fiat currencies continue to slide downhill, globalists are preparing their solution behind closed doors.

    Enter the Cashless Currency…
    Right now we are now on the cusp of that US Dollar collapse, and perhaps a Euro implosion on the back end of it. Risks of hyper inflation are very real here, but if you control the money supply and have a ready-made solution waiting in the wings, you will not be worried about the rift, only wait for the chaos to ensue so as to maximise your own booty from the crisis.

    Many believed that the global currency would be the SDR unit, aka Special Drawing Rights, implemented in 2001 as a supplementary foreign exchange reserve asset maintained by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). SDRs were not considered a full-fledged currency, but rather a claim to currency held by IMF member countries for which they may be exchanged for Dollars, Euros, Yen or other central bankers’ fiat notes.

    With the SDR confined to the upper tier of the international money launderette, a new product is still needed to dovetail with designs of a global cashless society. Two new parallel currencies are currently being used exclusively within the electronic, or cashless domain – Bitcoin and Ven. Among the many worries US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke listed was the emergence of Bitcoin. But don’t believe for a second these digital parallel currencies are not being watched over and even steered by the money masters. Couple this latest trend with done deals by most of the world’s largest mobile networks to allow people to pay via a mobile ‘wallet’, and you now have the initial enabler for a new global electronic currency.

    These new parallel cashless currencies could very quickly end up in pole position for supremacy when the old fiat notes fade away as a result of the next planned economic Dollar and Euro crisis.

    Both Bitcoin and Ven appear on their surface to be independent parallel digital money systems, but the reality is much different. In April 2011, Ven announced the first commodity trade priced in Ven for gold production between Europe and South America. Both of these so-called ‘digital alternatives’ are being backed and promoted through some of the world’s biggest and most long-standing corporate dynasties, including Rothschild owned Reuters as an example, which should be of interest to any activist who believes that a digitally controlled global currency is a dangerous road.

    CONTINUE: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/03/28/cashless-society-almost-sinister-implications/
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    Post  B.B.Baghor Fri Jul 17, 2015 5:36 pm

    The Truth About Our Cashless Society Future  Red-dr10

    Rob Potter asks Cobra about the Red Dragon Society

    Rob Potter has recently interviewed the Red Dragon Ambassador and this interview will be available shortly
    on The Promised Revealed Rob’s website. In his last monthly Cobra interview he first asked Cobra a question
    about the Dragon Ambassador and the Elder/Emperor. This was Cobra’s reply:

    “I will not talk about the Dragon Ambassador. I will not talk about the Emperor. I will just say that there are
    various factions of Dragons, and we even have the Blue Dragons. We have the Red Dragons. We have the
    positive Dragons. We have the negative Dragons. We have the mixed groups. Everything is there, not just in
    China, also in Japan, in Korea, in Malaysia, and in the Philippines, in Southeast Asia in general. If you focus
    more on the positive side, there are many lineages with a lot of spiritual wisdom – many elders who are
    hundreds and hundreds of years old. Some of them with direct or indirect connection with the positive
    Agarthan network. And these are the ones that are assisting in the stabilization of the transition process.

    So if you want to have more specific intel about the Dragons, you need to specify which group you are
    talking about, because there are so many dragon groups out there.”

    The following information about the Red Dragon Society was provided in February 2015 on The Portal:

    Red DragonThe Red Dragons originate from the military forces of the Ming dynasty.
    The Red Dragons were working secretly in the Qing imperial court and in the military forces against Manchu
    and Jesuit invaders:The events that took place in the Qing imperial court in the 18th century have much
    more influence on the present geopolitical situation than most people realize. In the 19th century when the
    Rothschilds took control over China through the Opium wars: The Red were forced to keep a low profile, but
    disguised as Eight Trigrams secret society they still managed later to organize the Boxer rebellion, an attempt
    to throw the Jesuits and the Rothschilds out of China:
    http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/76364/Boxer-Rebellion

    The Red Dragon families originate from the positive faction of the Draconian race. Their purpose is to defeat
    their arch enemies the Jesuits (Andromedan/Orion hybrids) and the Rothschilds (Orion black magi). They are
    valiant protectors and guardians of justice.

    You need to understand that Red Dragons today are not the same as soldiers of a Ming Emperor. They have
    kept up with the progress of technology and they have access to a considerable military power in a way that
    will not be described here. Also, their computer specialists are savvy enough to reset the global financial system
    with the push of a button if the need for that arises.

    Since the Chinese new year, the Red are becoming more active. They have their own plans with the unholy four.
    They are the secret force behind Putin: http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=8159

    To see this entire article go to; http://2012portal.blogspot.se/2015/02/the-red-and-blue.html

    Source:
    http://prepareforchange.net/2015/07/07/understanding-the-role-of-the-red-dragon-society-regarding-the-event-the-re-distribution-of-wealth-to-humanity/
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    Post  TRANCOSO Fri Jul 17, 2015 6:00 pm

    B.B.Baghor wrote: there are various factions of Dragons, and we even have the Blue Dragons. We have the Red Dragons. We have the positive Dragons. We have the negative Dragons. We have the mixed groups. Everything is there, not just in China, also in Japan, in Korea, in Malaysia, and in the Philippines, in Southeast Asia in general.
    I've read about this dragon cult for over a decade now and never saw any of their predictions and mambo-jumbo come true.

    As far as dragons concerned there's only one person I'd put my money on - if I have to, and that's the Mother of Dragons.

    Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae04r1EQOKk

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    Post  B.B.Baghor Fri Jul 17, 2015 6:19 pm

    Indeed an interesting story as well as a great and lively sense of humor, Trancoso, thank you for posting Double Thumbs Up

    TRANCOSO wrote:The International Monetary System & The Future Of Money
    A MIND BLOWING lecture by Shiekh (not Sheikh) Imran Hosein on the how & why of the inevitable collapse of the dollar and the paper money system.

    If you - like me - are not into (organized) religion, you should skip the first 10 minutes and start the video at 10:30.

    I PROMISE YOU, IT WILL PLEASANTLY ENLIGHTEN & BRIGHTEN YOU!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNnIC6dkpoI

    nb: Shiekh Imran Hosein has a very pleasant voice to listen to, tells a really interesting story and also has a remarkable sense of humor.
     

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    Post  TRANCOSO Fri Jul 17, 2015 10:12 pm

    B.B.Baghor wrote:Indeed an interesting story as well as a great and lively sense of humor, Trancoso, thank you for posting  Double Thumbs Up  
    Now that's mighty cool, B.B., and as I promised, pleasantly enlightening.

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    Post  mudra Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:50 pm

    TRANCOSO wrote:The International Monetary System & The Future Of Money
    A MIND BLOWING lecture by Shiekh (not Sheikh) Imran Hosein on the how & why of the inevitable collapse of the dollar and the paper money system.

    If you - like me - are not into (organized) religion, you should skip the first 10 minutes and start the video at 10:30.

    I PROMISE YOU, IT WILL PLEASANTLY ENLIGHTEN & BRIGHTEN YOU!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNnIC6dkpoI

    nb: Shiekh Imran Hosein has a very pleasant voice to listen to, tells a really interesting story and also has a remarkable sense of humor.
     

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    Excellent ... just as you said Tran.
    Thank You Flowers

    Below Charles de Gaulle's speech Shiekh Imran Hossein is referring to

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9r1NLMFixo


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    Post  Carol Sun Jul 19, 2015 1:23 pm

    The Cutting-Edge Genius of Old Gadgets

    Superseded objects often do stuff better than their replacements

    Joe Queenan
    Wall Street Journal
    July 18/19, 2015

    I am dying of thirst because the hapless man in front of me in line is having trouble with his debit card. The way the hapless man in front of me in line is always having trouble with his debit card.

    “Where do I punch in my password?” he asks the cashier. I stand behind him, bottled water in hand, dying of thirst, clutching a $5 bill.

    “How do I erase it if I made a mistake?” he asks the cashier. I stand behind him, clutching my bottled water and a $5 bill, dying of thirst.

    “Oh, I think I do want cash back,” he says. “Should I start all over?”

    I stand there behind him, clutching my bottled water and my $5 bill. And a thought occurs to me. What if debit cards had been invented first and cash was invented later? Wouldn’t the person who brought the long green to market be treated with the same reverence as Marconi or Edison or Gutenberg?

    “Wait a minute! There’s no password required?” a shocked debit-card user might say, disbelievingly, using cash for the first time.

    “No. You just hand them a piece of paper, and they give you change.”

    “And there’s no way you can swipe the bill the wrong way? And there’s no way your request can be denied because you don’t have enough cash in your bank account? And there are no overdraft fees?”

    “No, no and no.”

    “And there’s no way some perfidious cabal of depraved Eastern European gangsters can steal your password and empty your bank account, reducing you to abject penury?”

    “No way.”

    “Gee. Why didn’t somebody think of that sooner?“

    Mail Attachment.jpegThis is the very crux of the enigma. If cash had been invented after debit cards, the public would welcome it as one of the great timesaving innovations of all time. They might feel the same way about the telephone.

    “Wait a minute! You mean to tell me that there’s a device that not only allows me, but requires me, to actually talk to my girlfriend, instead of texting her?”

    “That’s what I’m telling you.”

    “So I can hear her voice? Actually hear her sultry, smoky, breathy voice while she’s thousands of miles away?”

    “That’s right.”

    “So I can scream at my kid when he tells me that he’s backpacking through Iraq with a bunch of garishly attired mimes and a perky Swiss lutenist? Instead of texting him MEGO? Or LOL? Or WTF?”

    “You heard it here first.”

    “And I won’t get repetitive stress syndrome or arthritis in my fingers or blisters on my thumbs by talking to people on the phone?”

    “Precisely.”

    “And I won’t accidentally type ‘I wish you were her’ when I meant to type ‘I wish you were here,’ thereby bringing my fledgling romance to an abrupt and rather tragic demise?”

    “The technology was devised specifically to preclude such mishaps.”

    “Gee. Why didn’t somebody invent that before?”

    There are many, many devices or traditions or foods superseded by exciting new inventions that in some ways are inferior to the thing they rendered obsolete. What if Caesar salads had been invented after kale? What if sound systems with powerful speakers and booming bass had been invented after tinny MP3 players?

    What if department stores where you can actually try on the shoes had been invented after online shopping? What if Mustangs followed Priuses, and ice cream arrived after frozen yogurt? What if real beer that packs a wallop and actually has a detectable taste had been invented after lite beer? Wouldn’t everyone stand up and pay attention?

    Let’s not even talk about lovingly crafted, beautifully illustrated, limited editions of “Romeo and Juliet” being invented after e-books. Let’s just leave that topic alone.

    Source: http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-cutting-edge-genius-of-old-gadgets-1437143832


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    Post  orthodoxymoron Sun Jul 19, 2015 2:05 pm

    That was profound, Carol!! I've thought it -- but I haven't said it. I even wonder if we can learn something from early Ufology which is lacking in "Everyone On the Bandwagon!! Let's Make a Fast-Buck!!" Ufology?? I'm actually reading books from the 1800's and watching movies from the 1960's!! I go to 1930's to 1980's car-races. I ride on home-crafted model-trains based on steam-trains from the early 1900's. I have a "Dumb-Phone" instead of a "Smart-Phone"!! I read the King James Version of the Holy Bible -- instead of some Newfangled Translation or Paraphrase (with study-notes by Dr. E. Power Biggshot)!! My favorite music is from the 1700's!! "Go for Baroque!! Latter-day Luddites Unite!!"
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    Post  mudra Tue Aug 31, 2021 9:26 am

    AUSTRALIA

    Australia will be almost completely cashless within three years


    Australia will be almost completely cashless within three years, with the COVID-19 pandemic speeding up the decline of coins and notes, new research says.

    Just 2.1 per cent of point-of-sale transactions in Australia will be in cash by 2024, down from 8.3 per cent in 2020, predicts fintech company FIS in its sixth annual Global Payments Report.

    Globally, cash made up 20.5 per cent of transactions in 2020.

    FIS says Australia will be the fourth most cash averse economy in the world after Sweden, Denmark and Hong Kong.

    The decline was hastened by the COVID-19 pandemic, with cash transactions falling 4.4 per cent globally between 2019 and 2020.

    “COVID-19 is accelerating the pace of cash’s decline faster than even the most bullish projections,” the report states.

    Read on: https://7news.com.au/business/finance/covid-19-speeds-up-shunning-of-cash-in-aus-c-2278544?fbclid=IwAR1_cK_oJYu0gBfIFyMxwKC1KCO2Npys7g-2DBn-HCeLfP4tjR1ryYK1ueI

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