It is becoming more and more apparent that the entire global financial system is rushing headlong into a titanic collapse sometime in the future, and governments along with central banks are willing to do anything to extend it as far as it can go. This of course means that at certain points along the way they need to use more and more drastic measures in order to stimulate spending.
Starting late in 2015, and continuing so far into the first part of the new year, these ‘drastic measures’ are starting to hit mainstream. And besides the growing talk about negative interest rates, and banning or ending the use of physical cash, the last resort scheme in the arsenal of those in power is right now knocking on the door, and is being looked at strongly in Northern European country’s like Norway and Switzerland.
And that last resort scheme is the direct distribution of cash to the people.