Is a Cashless Society Inevitable?

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from McAlvany Financial:



McAlvany Weekly Commentary


– Drop in Oil may minimize importance of any Fed action
– What will replace the Kissinger Petro-Dollar dividend?
– Central planning crowd eyeing ways to force you to spend savings.


  1. Ger

    September 23, 2015 at 10:09 pm

    Let’s start by saying a cashless society would not be wise. Why? simple, Hackers, Bankers, Governments, etc. (those in some kind of power) would then control what you spend, when you spend and how much you spend (slavery). Second, the world has operated fine for over 10,000 years off barter and cash. Global economic woes didn’t start until credit became a “necessity”, now it’s a driving force and causing havoc. The day the globe goes cashless… we are doomed.
    p.s. now that I think about it, I believe that’s in revelations in the bible as well. (quinkydink isn’t it?)

    • The Phaser

      September 23, 2015 at 10:37 pm

      Agreed. And if you take a look at the criminal international banks behind this movement you will find banks that have been convicted of laundering Mexican cartel drug money, terrorist organization money and other crimes against humanity. And yet no PERSON from these banks has done ANY jail time. It’s clear what’s going on. Restricting or eliminating the use of cash gives the people LESS freedom, and THE CRIMINAL BANKS more power.

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