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Rescue Cash—Prevent Digital Slavery
We have been locked up, masked, isolated, shamed, shunned, sickened, then shut out of school, work, family milestones, social events, restaurants, and sports. COVID feels as though it is over to many folks, but it is a ruse to lull us into complacency this summer.
Now the Globalists are in the process of enslaving us with digital chains.
How? By canceling cash worldwide and replacing it with what they are calling Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
By canceling cash, they force us to rely entirely on digital currency, opening the way for them to increase their monitoring and control over how we spend our money. By canceling cash, they take away our most personal freedoms to purchase goods and services that we want, to invest wherever we want, and to send money to wherever and to whomever we want. By controlling how we spend our money, they exert ultimate personal domination over us.
By resisting these efforts to digitalize our money, we are taking a stand against the stranglehold that the globalists are continuing to tighten around our necks. When enough of us are using cash for most of our expenditures, we will have created a barrier to the most extreme financial takeover of our personal lives.
Banks around the world are moving toward digital cash. The fact that China has already implemented digital currency is a grave warning for the future.1 The Federal Reserve or Fed is the central bank of the United States, and it has recently declared that digital currency is not going to replace physical cash.2 Of course, they are not going to reveal their long-term plans, which always involve making the central bankers more powerful and wealthier; but their admission that they are, in fact, developing digital currency should place all of us on the alert. It should increase our motivation to begin using cash everywhere and every time we can. Having been through the COVID years and experiencing firsthand how governments at all levels can turn totalitarian overnight, we must take the creation of digital currency as the most dangerous move toward technological totalitarianism that we have yet faced.
Central bank digital currency is an important link in the chain of global slavery. Once there are no alternatives to digital currencies, the globalists will start consolidating them. Using the Great Reset model, the global governance we have described in our book COVID-19 and the Global Predators ⏤ digital money will be controlled by a fusion of government, big banks, and big tech global forces. When the globalists control digital currency, they will be able to control individuals as never before. Digital money in all its forms — credit or debit cards, cryptocurrency, CBDC, our Apple wallet — will become the most powerful tool for control over our personal lives.
When we use digital currency, the data is always collected. Every bit of information about an individual has value, and increasingly that data is being sold or stored. Gather enough data about an individual, and a digital fingerprint begins to form and can be sold and used. Habits are being recorded. Purchases and preferences are being noted. Everywhere we go is mapped out for storage. All this data is being gathered about each individual, adding to data from other technologies, such as phone calls and texts. The management of all that data collection is a field of study in itself.3
Marketers were some of the first to use collected data in order to “personalize” ads. Law enforcement and other government agencies collect data to surveil the population. Now presidential administrations and the Deep State use these data to spy on and harm their political opponents, including advocates of free speech and political freedom.
Ethical issues surrounding big data collection and management are being debated.4 But exactly as happened during COVID-19, the controversial discussions mean nothing, and predatory globalists take over wherever they can. We need to fight back and protect ourselves by minimizing our digital footprint, including the use of cash whenever and wherever possible.
A Globalist Dream Becomes a Nightmare for Us
Globalists want to seize total control of our money. They want to “accelerate digital transformation for long-term growth.”5 They want to take the global financial system totally digital with what they call Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). Catherine Austin Fitts says, “once you have 100% digital, then you can have central digital control.” She continues, “once you go to CBDC, they can see everything you are doing, but more importantly, they can make rules about what you are allowed to do and enforce them. It is quite extraordinary.”
Central digital currency control will be fully accomplished only when paper and coin money is canceled. If cash is banished, money will be recorded only digitally and can be completely controlled by technology. If we protect paper and coin money, we humans have some control over our funds.
We have an unprecedented moment in time to take decisive action that crosses partisan lines, cultures, and beliefs. Catherine Austin Fitts says that if only 10% of people switch to using cash instead of digital payment sources, we can win the Cash Revolution. The big banks are heavily leveraged, which “refers to the use of debt (borrowed funds) to amplify returns from an investment or project.”6 In other words, banks borrow heavily and invest the borrowed funds to obtain further assets, overall weakening their financial solvency.
This lack of financial resources to back up their loans and investments make the big banks perpetually teeter on the edge of bankruptcy. All that keeps them afloat is their knowledge that the central banks will always step in to rescue them and the hope that not too many people will pay off their loans at once or withdraw their money, creating a lethal run on the bank.
The Big Banks also depend heavily on the fees they charge consumers and businesses for credit card use. By switching to cash and shopping locally, we give an extra boost to our community and our local merchants that can have a significant impact on them. Small banks, on the other hand, with their community-level relations, will further improve their condition. Using cash also protects individual privacy.
For decades, the big banks have been swallowing up the little ones, and we must help reverse that by banking locally and using cash. That will significantly threaten the income of the banks — including the fees they skim off our digital purchases, the interest they gain from holding of our money, and the power they get from possessing and manipulating so much money.
The Action Plan
Here is what we need to do and what we can do:
- Start paying in cash! Then be prepared for a wake-up call. The first time two weeks ago that I took possession of several hundred dollars and put it in my wallet and into my purse, my palms sweated. At the veterinarian’s later that day, I was told the bill came to $82. I pulled four twenty-dollar bills and two one-dollar bills out of my wallet. And I found it felt much more real and more serious handing over that cash than when I pulled out a shiny plastic credit card to have the bill charged.
- Get out of big corporate banks. International banks are not our friends. They are a major villain in the international globalist matrix. We must leave them behind. Catherine Austin Fitts recommends small community banks and credit unions. We have all seen the big banks actually suspend service to individuals and companies who are being socially ostracized. We are much safer with a local community bank or credit union.
- Deposit our paychecks in local banks and withdraw weekly cash for our use. We cut out the big banks and keep the money in our community.
- If we cannot pay in cash, pay using a check from our small community bank or credit union. Credit cards should be a last resort.
- Spread the word! Handing cash to the grocery clerk or our doctor’s office receptionist is a teachable moment. And anyone standing behind us in the checkout line may learn from our actions. Share this column.
- Identify any negative considerations that may arise as we begin our cash journey. In 2020 we were programmed through the media to consider paper money contaminated. Some companies only accepted credit cards for a time. This was a propaganda attempt to “nudge” us toward digital currency. No one can catch COVID-19 from handling cash.
That 5% back I am offered on Amazon purchases is like the candy being offered to children in a park by the shady-looking stranger in the beat-up white panel truck. First comes the candy, and then comes the enslavement in a musty soundproof cellar somewhere. We must break from being digital prisoners while we still can.
Is it inconvenient to use cash? Sure. Is there an upside? Every time a person uses cash, they are making a declaration: “We cannot be controlled.”
Catherine Austin Fitts of Solari.com and Mary Holland, who is an attorney and president of Children’s Health Defense, conceived of “Cash Fridays.”7 Catherine expanded on the idea and now urges us to use cash every day.8
Each of us, as individuals, can make a difference in this unique moment. The Cash Revolution gives each of us an opportunity to become involved on a daily basis in the fight against the globalist takeover of our governments and our lives.
We have actually found it enormously satisfying to open our wallets and give cash to our local restaurants and stores. We are doing them a favor in saving them from paying the big bankers’ cut of our exchange, and we are fighting for our personal freedom and for the cause of political freedom at the same time.
Rescue cash—Save the world!
1 Cashless: China’s Digital Currency Revolution: Turrin, Richard: 9781949642728: Books (amazon.com)
2 The Fed – Frequently Asked Questions (federalreserve.gov)
3 Top 6 Big Data Challenges and Solutions to Overcome (xenonstack.com)
4 inderscience.com_storage_f12105287169114320200503-104616-1j3ry3y-with-cover-page-v2.pdf (d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net)
5 Digital Transformation (weforum.org)
6 Leverage Definition: What Is Financial Leverage? (investopedia.com)
7 #CashEveryDay – Solari Report
8 #CashEveryDay – Solari Report
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