What was the last thing you bought? A stick of gum at the convenience store? A meal out at your favourite steakhouse? A new vacuum cleaner from the department store? A new car?
And how did you pay for that purchase? If you’re like the majority of people, chances are you paid for it with a card or some form of electronic payment. Consumer card transactions surpassed cash payments for the first time in 2016 and—now that Apple Pay, Venmo and other forms of electronic payment are being used in more and more places—cashless transactions are only becoming more and more common.
It’s not hard to understand why. Cards and e-payments are convenient, easy to use, relatively quick, and—according to a concerted propaganda campaign that’s been underway for years now—a lot cleaner than that filthy, grubby, virus-laden cash.
If cash seems outdated and unnecessary to you, then you’re in luck! The governments in country after country around the world agree with you. In fact, they’re gradually removing cash from circulation and even outlawing certain types of cash transactions.
Learn all about the authoritarians’ push to eliminate cash and what you can do about it in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber, where James explores the unlikely connections between seemingly far-flung parts of the globalist agenda. Also, look inside for the special Christmas discount code that allows you to receive 50% off Corbett Report DVDs at the new New World Next Week shop.
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