They’re paying banks to NOT invest in the economy but instead park their cash at the “fed” for interest.
An operation that began as a seemingly obscure academic discussion three years ago is now becoming a full-blown propaganda campaign by some of the most powerful institutions in the industrialized world. This is what rightly should be termed the War on Cash. Like the War on Terror, the War on Cancer or the War on … Continue reading A Sinister War on Our Right to Hold Cash
I grabbed this from James Tracy’s blacklisted site memoryholeblog.com . Tracy is (was? where did he go?) a real researcher who isn’t afraid to question the professional liars and hired fools in the MSM. A tenured professor who was forced out for questioning establishment dogma and doing his own research, just as physicist Steven Jones … Continue reading ZeroCash: A Cryptocurrency’s Deep State Ties
Kerry Lutz of FinancialSurvivalNetwork.com joins us today to discuss the war on cash. How long has it being going on? How does it manifest in our daily lives? What will it mean for the future of our NIRP-driven central bank-controlled economic future? And how do we hedge against it?
Originally the term “Deep State” was coined to describe various anti-democratic coalitions within the political system of Turkey (Turkish: derin devlet). In them meantime the term is widely used to describe all types of “state-within-the-state” type arrangements, the real power behind the throne, so to speak. Some of them are familiar government hacks and politicians. Some, … Continue reading The Deep State & The War On Cash
While it is true that recent technological advances and changes in generational priorities mean that cash’s days are probably numbered anyway, there is a whole world of difference between a natural death and euthanasia. It is increasingly clear that a loose, albeit extremely powerful alliance of governments, central banks, big banks, credit card companies, and … Continue reading Who Exactly is Trying to Kill off Cash?
Remember those old ads showing a senior couple lounging on a warm beach, captioned “Let your money work for you”? Or the scene in Mary Poppins where young Michael is being advised to put his tuppence in the bank, so that it can compound into “all manner of private enterprise,” including “bonds, chattels, dividends, shares, … Continue reading Hang Onto Your Wallets: Negative Interest, the War on Cash and the $10 Trillion Bail-in