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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

As European countries rush headlong towards the cashless society, the Swiss still consider cash to be king

Like with most central bankers and politicians, their justifications for nearly any new monetary agenda is steeped in the foundation of imposing greater controls over people, and removing their freedoms to conduct commerce as they see fit.  And perhaps no greater example of this can be seen in the global movement to ban cash, and usher everyone into a completely digital society.

Several European countries like Sweden, Norway and Denmark are already well on their way towards the banning of physical cash, and many other EU nations have imposed capital controls disallowing the use of cash in large transactions.  And even the advent of crypto-currencies has helped spawn the idea of a cashless Africa, with nations like South Africa and Rawanda working hard towards forcing everyone onto a digital banking model.

But one country is remaining defiant in the wake of this global move to take away physical currency from the hands of the people, and that nation is the one who's history is steeped in banking, and the right of individuals to do with their money as they see fit.

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When it comes to cash and its future, Swiss authorities seem to have a totally opposite view to that of their Indian counterparts -- for them cash is "more reliable" and enjoys a low opportunity cost. 
Among other benefits over cashless payments, cash provides "more effective budget control" and can be used without any technical know-how, while it also offers a comprehensive protection with regard to financial privacy, a top official of Swiss National bank (SNB) has said. 
Amid a debate on future of cash globally and the ambitious demonetisation move carried out by India, SNB's deputy head Fritz Zurbruegg said there remains a continuing robust demand for cash among general public and banknotes are like the country's 'calling cards' in case of Switzerland. - India Times
The truth of the matter is, the recent push for a cashless society has little to do with convenience, and more with the failed banks and central banks who have leveraged their monetary systems to the point of insolvency.  And they believe that their last chance at survival is to eliminate the one factor that keeps them from expanding money supplies even more through a digital system, and that is the anchor of physical cash and the fear that individuals could bankrupt them in a day if they called for a run on their institutions.

If politicians and establishment economists really wanted to 'stop' money laundering, and the funding of drug cartels or terrorism, then all they would need to do is shutdown or nationalize the banks themselves for they are the ones who are committing this avenue of crime.  But since the West has almost completely merged into a fascist state, where governments and corporations act as one in their own common interests, then that leaves the people who have done nothing wrong to become their scapegoats, and this means that their agenda is really dedicated towards taking away our money so that they can take their fraud and theft to even greater and higher levels.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Why gold and Bitcoin are freedom: EU's new plans to eliminate cash are not about convenience, but about control and tax confiscation

As countries as diverse as India, Sweden, Denmark, and Spain begin to work towards the banning of physical cash and instituting a completely digital monetary system, one entity is seeking to trump them all by formulating a program that would not only eliminate cash and atm machines, but would entirely change banking as we know if for all of Europe.

And if their goals are reached, it could become the new standard across the Eurozone as early as late 2017.

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The European Payments Council (EPC), a subdivision of the European Central Bank, are taking steps in their quest to fully eliminate all cash. The reason is not to lift the burden off retailers or to make transactions more convenient but in reality to raise desperately needed taxes. 
Highly respected ‘ArmstrongEconomics‘ reports that the EPC are going full steam ahead to enable immediate payment systems throughout not just the Eurozone but the entire European Union. The Single European Payments Area (SEPA) has been devised with the ultimate goal of eliminating ATM cash machines and force everyone to use their mobile phones or plastic cards, the project starting as early as November 2017. 
In the absence of confirmed information on this point, it is likely that tourists and business people will be forced to pre-pay Euro’s onto an App if they come from a country outside the eurozone, currently made up of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. 
The final goal of the EU Commission is best described in their own words: “The Single Euro Payments Area (or “SEPA” for short) is where more than 500 million citizens, over 20 million businesses and European public authorities can make and receive payments in euro. SEPA also means better banking services for all: transparent pricing, valuable guarantees ensuring that your payments are received promptly and in full, and banks assuming responsibility if something goes wrong with your payment.” 
This year, meetings and conferences called “Towards a cashless society” were started to get the information transfer across to the infrastructure, supported very heavily by the banks. 
It looks as though the initial battleground for banning cash will be … Greece. - Global Research
Perhaps it is not a coincidence now that earlier this week European Central Bank head Mario Draghi announced that their QE program would be extended until December of 2017, just one month after the EPC hopes to have Europe completely in a cashless society.

The majority of people in the West already function in an environment without cash as online banking, and the use of debt or credit cards, outweighs the number of transactions taking place using physical currency.  However, underlying this trust is the fact that for now, if someone desired to take out their wealth stored in a bank they could do do and have it distributed to them in physical cash notes.

All along the war on cash that has emerged in 2016 has never been about stopping drug cartels, black markets, or the myriad of other excuses those in power have used to justify the banning of physical money.  No, the real reasons stem from the fact that nearly all monetary systems in the West run on a leveraged system where there are upwards of 100 times more money created in digital form than there is actual cash available, and any strong run on the banks could collapse the entire financial system.

Additionally, eight years of failed central bank policies have driven the Western monetary system to the brink of another collapse, and it is forcing these institutions as well as governments to seek never before heard of measures such as negative interest rates, and beyond 100% debt to GDP.

The truth of the matter is that the desire to institute a cashless society is not for the benefit of the 7 billion members who inhabit planet earth, but for the .001% of the 1% who want to use a cashless society to have utter control over money, and everyone's use of it.  And it is why the need to store your wealth in some other vehicle than cash or in a bank is vital, and this means an alternative form of wealth protection such as gold, silver, and bitcoin which banks, nor governments, can readily steal.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Post Brexit benefits continue as South Korea seeks new free trade agreement with Britain

Back in the days of slavery, having the shackles removed was both a fearful and hopeful time for those who had lived in bondage as the new world of freedom meant infinite possibilities, but also the realization that one was now responsible for their own choices and livelihoods.
This is exactly what voting to leave the European Union after several decades now means for the UK and for the British people.  And not unlike what the Russian people experienced following the fall of the Soviet Union, in the short-term the environment will be difficult, but in the long-term the outcome could lead to greater economic and social growth.
As the EU was a domineering and closed union, the centralized system stifled free trade and was intrinsically built to give advantages to some within Europe while leaving most others to wallow in economic stagnation.  But now that Britain has broken its own chains and started the ball rolling towards self-determination, nations and economies from around the world are preparing to commit to new trade agreements with the UK, since they no longer have to deal with a technocratic bureaucracy that more often than not fined foreign businesses rather than cultivated relationships with them.
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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

If liberals are demanding the right of free education and healthcare, where is my right to a free gun?

Going back to 19th century movements on forward, the term ‘right’ has been skewed from its original intentions that were tied to liberty, protection, and opportunity, to now one where society and government owe people these things, even if it must commit someone else to pay for tehm.  And this can be seen in all its glory in 2015 where millennial campus students are demanding free education as a right, and where Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is offering free… well everything also as a ‘right’.
But the difference between today’s definition of rights and those put into the founding Constitution is that protected rights require nothing from others to allow you to enact them.  No one is forced to cede anything for your right to free speech, freedom to worship as you please, and freedom to protest (petition the government).  And in fact, none of these require a single dollar from anyone to allow you to exercise them.

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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Congress tries again to sneak in bill to take away your passport if you owe on taxes

Back in 2012, Congress began integrating new restrictions and capital controls on the American people in an attempt to keep wealth from fleeing across borders and out of the U.S. banking system.  During that legislative session, the Senate voted on a rider in the Highway appropriations bill numbered 1813, to restrict any confiscate any American’s passport from those who owed $50,000 or more in tax obligations.  This legislation was eventually killed in the house three years ago, but on Nov. 20 it is being brought up again in this year’s same appropriation bill.
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Titled, Developing a Reliable and Innovative Vision for the Economy Act, this bill contains numerous pork projects that go beyond simply funding America’s highway system, and like most appropriation bills submitted by Congress, contains a combination of taxpayer waste and removal of civil rights, similar to how the NDAA was pushed through a few years ago in a Defense appropriations bill.
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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Adviser to several U.S. administrations unveils the plan to eliminate cash in commerce

Throughout history, there have been some men and women who have superseded political parties and functioned in the role as an adviser to multiple administrations.  And one in particular is now laying out the case as to why the U.S. and Europe are formulating plans to try to eliminate cash, and bring about a fully controlled digital system.
Whether it is gold or the current forms of fiat currency, the right to hold physical money and legal tender is a very important component of having freedom and liberty in a society.  For it is only by physical ownership that one can determine how one’s own wealth is spent and saved, and to give up that power is to give permission to others to determine for you how that money is used.
The whole purpose behind the theoretical and practical elimination of money is to give private corporations, aka… central banks, the power to force or curtail spending, to coerce everyone into having a privately held bank account, and to use monetary policies that protect the rich by determining who and where your money can be spent contrary to your desires.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Another mainstream publication calls for the banning of cash

We have talked about in the past a paper published by a Harvard professorwhich argued that a ban on cash would be beneficial to helping the central bank perform monetary policies that give them much more latitude in the economic and financial arenas.  Of course, this ‘educator’ failed to recognize that it is not the fault of money that was ever the issue, but rather that fallible bankers, who are more ideologues than economists, have no idea about what they are doing and that the real answer lies in getting rid of them, rather than restricting the freedoms of the people to own cash.
But sadly this growing trend in both the academic and financial circles appears to be increasing as last weekend the Financial Times suddenly got on the End Cash bandwagon, and is even referring to fiat physical money as a barbarous relic.

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Friday, June 15, 2012

To all the brave men and women who are soldiers

A friend of the Daily Economist wanted me to express the feelings and pride that is part of the brave, American soldier, and what their desire to serve this great nation means to them.  Both as individuals, and as a citizen who simply desires to do his duty, without the need of accolades, titles, or anything more than the love and respect of the people and country he serves.

Submitted by Chuck Webb:


                                       BRAVE MAN, A SOLDIER’S STORY

I am but a child, speaking of love, of peace. Being in harmony with all around me and yet you ask me to be a man. You ask me to go and fight a war I know nothing of, or no reason for. Brave man, I am told to serve my country, defend her freedoms and beliefs. But, whose freedom do I defend and who will defend me? I am but a boy.

Brave man, they say as I board the trains and busses and watch all I know click be with every turn of the wheel. My family, who defend me, friends who scream “traitor” and baby killer in anger. I am torn. I do not feel so brave.

Brave man, I am told by my leader as we go into a land as dark and sinister as any I have dreamed, yet as beautiful as can be seen. Where is this enemy I am sent to find. Who is this I am fighting and why?

Brave man, they say as I run to hold the hand of my best friend and watch as the holes in his body pour out life as surely as they pour blood. I do not feel brave. I feel only anger and sickness. As fire rains down we close in, bodies flying, unidentified and forgotten.

Shouts, unintelligible, lost in the rumble of gunfire and explosion, then a silence as thick as the jungle itself, a silence of the dead.

Brave man, they say as I step off the plane amidst the jeers of the ones who know not. Only my family there believing I have done the right thing. No one defends me. I have fought and now wish only peace. There is no peace. I relive daily the screams, the horror and deaths I helped to cause. There is no peace in the night, only nightmares.

Do not call me “Brave Man” for I am but a child, trapped forever in a world I never wished to see. I am a voice, but only one of many. Do you hear our cries?

Regrets, we have them. Would we go again? You better believe it, forever!

Just thoughts from the minds of those who have given so you can have the right to call them baby killer, friend, father, son, brother or “Brave Man”. You have this right because they chose to give up theirs for a while and bear the memories for the rest of their life.

IF YOU WANT TO DO ANYTHING, THANK THEM.

From a brave man to all who served and the ones who respect them.

THANK YOU!  - “SOLDIER FOREVER”

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Ron Paul speaks on Liberty, Freedom, and the Economy at Palmetto Freedom Forum

On September 5th, Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke on Liberty, American values, and economic freedoms at the Palmetto Freedom Forum.

Take a look at the speech below.