Thursday, May 5, 2016
I have written about the war on cash in the past. And I indicated, as any rational observer must, that it will not end well for the average person. A war on cash constitutes on war on freedom and individual sovereignty. That can only diminish our liberties and way of life.
Yet it appears as though the war on cash has begun to accelerate. Only several months ago, the war on cash was more or less an idealistic interpretation of a bankers' ideal society: one in which banking institutions can monitor and control every single financial transaction on the face of the globe.
And the bankers have now taken one giant step further towards such a tyrannical regime.
As David Stockman notes, quoting Zerohedge: