Digitized Currency: Something for Nothing & the Surveillance State

From the creators of the video below:

What is this war on cash? In this episode of On Target, John W. Whitehead discusses the government’s concerted campaign to do away with large bills such as $20s, $50s, $100s and shift consumers towards a digital mode of commerce—one that can easily be monitored, tracked, tabulated, mined for data, hacked, hijacked and confiscated when convenient. Copyright © 2016 The Rutherford Institute

Another aspect about this cashless society that is not covered in the video is the elephant in the room: the un-reality of money all together. Even today there is nothing real about money – today’s currency is, by-and-large, simply digits in a data base. While individuals produce real products through real labor they are paid via non-material means. When they use credit, backed up by their real assets – homes, vehicles, incomes, etc. – they are charged interest for funds which are simply digits in a database. In the U.S., when politicians scream about the deficit, they are screaming about interest owed on monies borrowed from a private consortium of banks (the Fed) which  create that money out of thin air, again, with nothing to back it up. The ‘Federal Reserve’ is left completely unaccountable to anyone – most appallingly by the Federal government of the United States, the so-called ‘representatives of the people’. When individuals and/or groups demand an audit of the Fed – a reasonable request after all – those individuals and/or groups are publicly vilified and ridiculed by the press and in the mainstream media.

Keep this in mind as you listen to Whitehead speak about how the new digital currency is now used to further enslave the masses who have already been duped into forfeiting their hard work and material assets over to a system which takes all but gives no-thing back in return.

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