Category Archives: Cashless Society

Your Social Media Is Your Credit Score?

G**gle’s CEO Sundar Pichai testified before a committee this week and he didn’t want to tell the whole truth. Why? Because hid company’s partnership with Chin@ is DANGEROUS. I explain why in this video.

Big Banks And ABBA Move to Ban Cash and Kill Free Market

A member of the 70’s pop group ABBA (still revered in Sweden) and decided that he didn’t do enough to us with his music. Now he wants to ban cash because — criminals use cash. Can you spot the fallacy in his thinking?

My Conclusion: The Elite are doing everyone in there power to create cashless society. In one of comments said “When the Government can track every cent they will own every cent and use it to enslave you” that why we must keep cash legal and fight any form of demonetization against the use of cash. Because when we buy things and pay with cash your spending is kept private and your bank don’t know you use your cash for.

Google Upgrades Digital Wallet to Pay by Facial Recognition

Source: Activist Post
Date: 4 March 2016
Author: Kevin Samson

As we march steadily toward a cashless society, Google is naturally at the forefront of seeing it come to fruition as quickly as possible.

Despite the fact that several years ago Google had a major security scare with its first incarnation of the digital wallet smartphone app, which required a temporary shutdown, they are announcing a new system being tested which does not even require the smartphone at all. Continue reading Google Upgrades Digital Wallet to Pay by Facial Recognition

Germany Joins Trend Toward Cashless Society: “Cash Controls” Ban Transactions Over €5,000, €500 Euro Note

Source:Activist Post
Date: 3 February 2016
Author: Tyler Durden

It was just two days ago that Bloomberg implored officials to “bring on a cashless future” in an Op-Ed that calls notes and coins “dirty, dangerous, unwieldy, and expensive.”

You probably never thought of your cash that way, but increasingly, authorities and the powers that be seem determined to lay the groundwork for the abolition of what Bloomberg calls “antiquated” physical money. Continue reading Germany Joins Trend Toward Cashless Society: “Cash Controls” Ban Transactions Over €5,000, €500 Euro Note

National cashless welfare card plan by Turnbull government

Source:The Australian
Date: 20 January 2016
Author: Sarah Martin

Assistant Minister for Social Services Alan Tudge is overseeing the rollout of the cashless welfare card. Picture: Stuart McEvoy

cashless welfare card aimed at stemming alcohol abuse would be rolled out across the country under a welfare reform the Turnbull government is considering taking to the election.

As regional trouble spots line up to be chosen for trials of the government’s new Healthy Welfare Card to begin next month, The Australian understands the Coalition may seek an election mandate to extend the card to welfare recipients across regional Australia if they achieve positive results. Continue reading National cashless welfare card plan by Turnbull government

The World’s First Cashless Society Is Here – A Totalitarian’s Dream Come True

Date: 19 November 2015
Author: Nick Giambruno

Central planners around the world are waging a War on Cash. In just the last few years:

  • Italy made cash transactions over €1,000 illegal;
  • Switzerland proposed banning cash payments in excess of 100,000 francs;
  • Russia banned cash transactions over $10,000;
  • Spain banned cash transactions over €2,500;
  • Mexico made cash payments of more than 200,000 pesos illegal;
  • Uruguay banned cash transactions over $5,000; and
  • France made cash transactions over €1,000 illegal, down from the previous limit of €3,000.

The War on Cash is a favorite pet project of the economic central planners. They want to eliminate hand-to-hand currency so that governments can document, control, and tax everything.

This is why they’re lowering the threshold for mandatory reporting of cash transactions and, in some instances, simply making it illegal to pay cash. Continue reading The World’s First Cashless Society Is Here – A Totalitarian’s Dream Come True

Govt ‘confident’ cashless welfare system trial will pass Parliament

Date: 10 October 2015
Author: Dan Conifer

ELIZABETH JACKSON: The Federal Government says it wants to begin a new welfare quarantining trial, involving the use of a new cashless welfare debit card.

The income management system would limit the types of goods and services that Government welfare payments could purchase.

The pilot program would be rolled out at Ceduna in South Australia and would mostly affect the region’s Aboriginal population. Another trial site in Western Australia could be announced within weeks.

Ahead of that report the Assistant Social Services Minister, Alan Tudge, has announced $1 million dollars in extra funding for alcohol and drug support services at the first trial site. Continue reading Govt ‘confident’ cashless welfare system trial will pass Parliament

Secret Meeting in London to “End Cash”

Date: May 27, 2015
Author:Paul Joseph Watson
Language: English

Central banks aim to institute “governmental approval” for all purchases and sales

Economist Martin Armstrong claims there is a “secret meeting to end cash” set to take place in London before the end of the month involving representatives from the ECB and the Federal Reserve.

Armstrong, who is known for successfully predicting the 1987 Black Monday crash as well as the 1998 Russian financial collapse, expressed his shock that no news outlet has reported on this upcoming conference.

Continue reading Secret Meeting in London to “End Cash”

Movement towards a cashless society ‘exciting’

NZ Stuff
Last updated 05:00 29/06/2014

People scurry past buskers, beggars and collection buckets, heads down, eyes averted, convincing themselves they’re not heartless, just simply without cash. After all, in the 21st century, who needs it? Today and most days, an elderly man named Michael is busking on Wellington’s Lambton Quay. In an alcove off the footpath he stands and juggles three tennis balls. At lunchtime, the streets are awash with suits. But Michael’s icecream container is empty. Continue reading Movement towards a cashless society ‘exciting’