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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Could millennial snowflakes be the catalyst to keep the U.S. from eliminating cash?

If there is one thing to be said about millennials it is that they are very emotional about their activism.  And all one has to do is look over the past couple of years at their push for 'safe spaces' on campuses, rabid protests over a myriad of different topics, and the rejection of many status quo policies that have been at the core of America's government over the past 20 years.

So with central banks, sovereign leaders, and elitist academics all pushing hard for the elimination of physical cash in the world's monetary systems, an interesting irony is coming to the surface where today's millennials could be the catalyst for protecting the economy from going 100% into a digital system.

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If millennials are supposed to be the first generation going mostly cashless, they are making the move halfheartedly.
Millennials still rely on cash — 80 percent of millennials carry greenbacks. And 42 percent still write checks, according to the Accel + Qualtrics Millennial Study 2017.
And that could be a good thing, as some advisors say a cash diet is the best way to pare down debt. 
The study corroborates other recent findings that technology is not overturning conventional ways to pay for things, even as millennials flock to mobile payment apps like Apple Pay and Venmo. 
Sophia Bera, a millennial who founded Gen Y Planning and is a member of the CNBC Digital Financial Advisor Council, said most of her friends carry some cash, but she rarely sees them using it as the first option to pay for things. It's mostly cash for emergency situations, or cash for tips.  
"When I use Venmo it feels like magical money," Bera said. "You forget that it is money, like any money, and that is bad." 
The financial advisor highly recommends cash to people trying to get out of credit card debt or for sticking to a budget. "A weekly cash amount is good," Bera said. "Take out $200 every Friday and when it is gone it is gone. ... It's a lot harder to drop six twenties on a dress than swiping a card. People don't buy flatscreen TVs with $20 bills."
Bera said switching to cash, even for just a few months, can help people reign in spending, and is especially helpful for those trying to get out of debt. - CNBC
Psychology has always played a huge role in how people see and respect money.  And all one has to do is look at a casino, which exchanges your currency for casino tokens (chips) because they know that gamblers are more than willing to spend these tokens in greater quantities than if they were playing a table game using real money.

Additionally, people became inured to accumulating high levels of debt when all they had to do is pay a paltry minimum amount which they could afford despite the fact they were actually increasing their debt levels through the interest compounding on that debt.

For a generation of Americans who suddenly had a wakeup call from the massive amounts of student loan debt they accumulated, recognizing the power of money by desiring to use cash instead of credit is a life-changing paradigm.  And even with America's youth being much more attuned towards using technology for nearly everything in today's society, their lagging in the transition to a cashless digital society because they realize that spending cash over credit is extremely beneficial to keeping oneself out of debt, could be a serious factor in hindering the establishment's agenda towards making all of finance one without physical money.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

The Empire strikes back: Neo-cons try try to undermine President Trump by pushing for Carbon Tax

While both Brexit and the election of Donald Trump to the office of the President were major blows for the Establishment, and the oligarchy that has held power over the West for almost 70 years, these power mongers did not go away despite the rising tide of populism that has changed the political field since 2016.

And in what a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Housing told Greg Hunter in an interview with USA Watchdog earlier this morning, the Empire is not only not down and out, but they are striking back from multiple angles to bog down Trump's plans to Make America Great Again.

So with this in mind it should come as no surprise when just last week, three old washed up neo-cons went to Washington to try to lobby one of President Trump's advisers on pushing through a Carbon Tax scheme, in an attempt to undermine the new Executive's agenda to Make America Great Again.

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A group of former Republican officials (including James A. Baker, Henry Paulson, George P. Shultz, Marty Feldstein and Greg Mankiw) are proposing a carbon tax starting the tax at $40 per ton, that would gradually increase. 
The proceeds of the tax would be distributed to every American.
The average family of four would receive $2,000 annually in dividends. As the tax rises, so would their dividends. Since everyone would receive the same amount of revenue from the tax regardless of their income level, the dividend would make a bigger difference for poorer families than for wealthier ones. 
It’s a win-win: Less carbon in the atmosphere and more equal distribution of income.
That it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make the idea any less worthy. 
I’m aware that some on the left would rather use revenues from such a tax to invest in clean energy and other social causes rather than return the revenues directly to the public. That detail can be worked out. 
The idea is getting a hearing in the White House. And in these dreadful times, that’s good news indeed. - Bill Moyers
For those who don't know, carbon taxes are the end game goal of the elites to change the monetary system from a metals based foundation to one underwritten by energy.  It is the dream of a group of academics from back in the 1930's who called themselves the Technocratic Society, of which this idea was later co-opted by former professor and National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who saw the petro-dollar as the second step towards tying money to energy as the means of controlling the global population.

It is ironic that a group of former Republicans are behind this new scheme to tax the human race for simply living, working, and breathing, while trying to sell it through offering these same people the carrot of free money.  But in the end what Americans should really be focusing on is the fact that there are no such things as Republicans and Democrats in our government, but only the delineation between those who are part of the oligarchy, and those who are not.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Ted Cruz disproves he’s an outsider by hiring the one who removed Glass-Steagall

There has already been much rumbling over whether Presidential candidate Ted Cruz was a conservative outsider whom the establishment hated, or if he was simply a wolf in sheep’s clothing to give Republicans the illusion of choice.  And on March 18, Cruz’s facade was completely shattered when he hired the individual behind the removal of Glass-Steagall as his economic adviser.
In addition to now bringing former Senator Phil Gramm to his campaign, Ted Cruz has done at least two things that have made voters question his stance as a ‘champion against the establishment’.  First, he covered up a loan made with Goldman Sachs to help fund his Senatorial campaign and shrugged off the fact that his wife works for a bank that was bailed out during the 2008 Credit Crisis.  And secondly, after months of rhetoric to bring forward a bill to audit the Fed, he chose to be absent on the day of the vote.

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