#AceNewsServices – Editors Post: Jan.27:I recently wrote a post on Ace News Room called ‘ One Day We All Become a Commodity of Sorts ‘ which i drafted way back in 2012. This was at a time i saw the day coming when people would only be useful if they spent more in consumerism than they cost any government to keep in the welfare state.
This post from and with contributions from a number of people including Paul Watson takes this one step further.
Well we all know that back in 2008 the Wall Street Bankers helped to crash our world, and the bible calls these seven year periods Shemitah when people are relieved of their debts, well the next one is September 2015.
This post starts the procedure of designing not just a product as with Wall Street bankers my post on Ace Finance News in 2013, but a new society, some have referred to as ‘ Illuminati ‘ or this post of mine again in 2013 ‘ Bildeberg Group ‘ or other such names.
These two posts l wrote showed just how by design of contracts the rich could design anything, so it is only with this type of design of a virtual world of billionaires controlling their finances through products that take from the poor and give to the rich, everyone eventually becomes a commodity of sorts.
This type of self design will not aid a failing economy, as this will be allowed to fall, and in its place the rich will have first pickings at the bones of failed businesses. Some able to pick up assets for as little as ‘ One Penny ‘ another example of this present society see my post City Link Delivery company bought for a penny and UK taxpayers pick up bill for redundancy payments. Of course the intention all the time as with many equity company cases, they get it for a song and then let it fail selling off the assets by piece meal and making a quick profit.
So the next step to keeping a failing economy going is to build a new economy of people as a commodity and ultimate consumer of sorts, this is what Bill Gates is now promoting using “digital currency” commencing in third-world countries. With the intention of just making the poor even more dependent on central banks while also turning them into guinea pigs for the development of a “cashless society” in the U.S. and Europe.
Gates outlined his plan for a cashless society in a letter published Thursday in which he proposed the poor have better access to mobile phones so they can store their financial assets digitally instead of keeping hard currency at home.
“The key to this will be mobile phones,” he wrote. “Already, in the developing countries with the right regulatory framework, people are storing money digitally on their phones and using their phones to make purchases, as if they were debit cards.”
“By 2030, two billion people who don’t have a bank account today will be storing money and making payment with their phones.”
But this will only enslave the poor into an electronic monetary system they don’t control, allowing central banks and the government unparallelled ability to confiscate money at will through taxes and “bail-ins.”
For example, after Cyprus’s largest bank was sunk from exposure to debt-crippled Greece, the Cypriot government looted people’s bank accounts in 2013 as part of a “bail-in” program with the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.
“If you can do this once, you can do it again,” financial analyst Lars Seier Christensen wrote, who called the “bail-in” full-blown socialism. “If you can confiscate 10% of a bank customer’s money, you can confiscate 25, 50 or even 100%.”
A third-world government wouldn’t even need to wait for an economic crisis to loot digital bank accounts, however, with the cashless scheme Gates proposes, officials could simply impose a tax and confiscate money automatically.
And there’s no reason to believe this scheme will only be limited to the third-world; the United Kingdom has already tested digital-only payments earlier this year.
“While the whole idea is being marketed as an inevitable consequence of the decline in cash payments and the rise of credit cards and contact-less payment technology, many in the privacy community see the elimination of cash as another means of abolishing anonymity,” Paul Joseph Watson wrote. “Alternatives to cash that could still provide anonymity, such as crypto-currencies like Bitcoin, are slowly being adopted by more stores and chains, but at nowhere near the rate required to provide a viable competitor to the likes of Google Wallet and Paypal.”
My next post will outline this still further on Ace News Room soon, where a cashless society can lead to ultimate control of our lives.