Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Resisting the Elites: Keeping Cash Alive - Why and How

By Tim Gamble 
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Going to an all-digital economy, meaning a completely cashless, is a huge part of the "global reset" and a tool for the Elites to control the masses. 

There are two main reasons behind the push to eliminate cash: 1) using cash makes it harder for governments and corporations to track and control your behavior, and 2) the bankers can't make any money off of cash transactions and money that isn't deposited in their banks. 

Governments, banks, and large corporations would all greatly benefit from an all-digital economy. Regular folks and small businesses will be hurt by such a move. 

Those wanting to go cashless won't admit the two main reasons. Instead, they say it will control crime, prevent tax evasion, eliminate black markets, and help track terrorists. Folks who are opposed to a cashless society will be painted as old-fashioned and backwards at best, and as rightwing nutjobs and potential criminals or terrorists at worst.

Why Is Going Cashless a Bad Idea?
  • Loss of privacy, as government, banks, and corporations will be able to monitor and track every purchase and every deposit you make.
  • Government will know who is buying guns, ammo, body armor, and other survival/prepper supplies. Makes future confiscation easier.
  • Government know who is buying and stockpiling food. Makes future confiscation easier.
  • Forces all charitable donations, including religious tithes and donations, to go through the digital system, allowing government to track and even regulate such donations.
  • Weaponization of the IRS. Remember the IRS scandal where Tea Party and Conservative organizations were targeted? 
  • Moves us a large-step closer to a consolidated, one-world government.
  • Enables a vigorous social credit score system such as the one in China.
  • Forces individuals to be bank customers, even in a negative interest rate environment. 
  • Forces individuals who use cash envelope systems for budgeting and personal debt management to quit using those systems, and become bank customers instead.
  • Government will have the total ability to restrict your spending of your money. Possible examples: restricting meat purchases in the name of climate change, restricting medical services if you don't have the jab, restricting travel to fight climate change, or even "cancelling" you from your money if you post "misinformation" about stolen elections or make a "trans-phobic" claim that minors shouldn't have their genitals cut off. Starting to see the power grab, yet? 
  • No more cash-only side jobs. No more cash transactions at flea markets, yard sales, etc. 
  • No more cash for anything...
HOW TO resist the move to a cashless, digital economy

The best way to resist the move to a cashless, digital economy is by using cash whenever possible, and encouraging others to do so, too

Remind people, especially small business owners, that cash is much more dependable than electronic systems, and can be used when the Internet is down, when there is a power outage, when the card reader breaks down, and even when your smart phone's battery is dead. 

Remind people, especially small business owners, that cash doesn't have transaction fees. That's right! When cash is used, there are no bank fees! (No wonder the banks want to stop cash transactions.)

Remind people, especially small business owners, that customers paying in cash are supporting local businesses, rather than Big Banks and Big Corporations. 

Remind people that cash is the only true "private" transaction, and that digital transactions are monitored and tracked by the government, the banks, and large corporations. 

Remind people that cash is unhackable, and a cash transaction cannot lead to identity theft.

Complain loudly whenever you encounter a business that doesn't accept cash, and refuse to do business there. (My local Walmart grocery store experimented with not having cashiers in the early morning hours, instead having self-check out lanes that only took cards. People complained, and the experiment only lasted a couple of weeks). 

Going 100% cash-only all the time is not possible for most people, but we can and should go cash-only when it is possible to do so. 

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