Brandon Smith is one of the first to suggest that the global banking oligarchy appears headed toward a single digital currency that resembles Bitcoin. I fully concur that this is the primary reason for removing physical cash from societies around the world. First, it forces everyone into the digital system and second, it paves the way to convert all the digital currencies into a single currency. Lastly, I fully expect that energy will be the touchstone regulator of the entire system.
As a maturing Technocracy, China is following the prescribed course of action to control carbon and hence, energy. The carbon trading market has thus far failed in every instance, but that does not deter scientists who are certain that the ‘science is settled’.
California will tackle Global Warming and carbon mitigation all by itself as its Governor seeks to make his own deal with China. There is little wonder why some Californians refer to their own state as the ‘PROC’ – People’s Republic of California.
Technocracy requires a cashless society so that everyone is included. A digital system can then be converted into an energy currency. This requirement was set in the 1930s by the original designers of Technocracy.
A Who’s-Who of global elitists including “Hammerin-Hank” Paulson and former Secretary of State George Shultz, schooled top Trump aids on why we need a carbon tax. Shultz was also an original member of the Trilateral Commission and is a contemporary of Henry Kissinger.
On the road to energy currency, cash is methodically being withdrawn from society in order to convert to a 100 percent digital system. After that is accomplished, then they can do whatever they want.
Technocracy is clamping down on India by first removing cash from society and then limiting gold ownership to only small amounts of personal jewelry. Once the cashless transformation has been completed, it will spread to other major nations, preparing the way for an energy based monetary system to emerge
As physical currency around the world is increasingly phased out, the era where “cash is king” seems to be coming to an end. Countries like…
A scam to begin with (selling nothing for something), California’s cap-and-trade auctions are not gobbled up as expected. Why? Business don’t spend money on things where there is no payback.
Universal basic income—the proposal that everyone be paid a flat wage by the government, regardless of their economic status—is getting lots of attention these days…