Friday, January 8, 2016

"Spychips, Gov't tracking, and the end of cash."

This link comes to me from a friend and reader who comments: "Rick Wiles speaks with technology expert Dr. Katherine Albrecht, joins Rick in the studio to discuss the now common acceptance of microchip technology, and also to share regarding her children’s book ‘I Won’t Take the Mark’. Her interview starts 2 mins. into the show and is about 24 mins. total. It is archived at the above link. Powerful and important new information on implanted spy technology and the turnkey ready cashless society. Dr. Albrecht was writing and warning about this topic over 15 years ago."


Anonymous said...

I've heard Katherine Albrecht interviewed many times and she has her awareness not only on the present but what's coming down the pike. I've been using the search engine "Startpage" that she is associated with for years now and also had a subscription with "SmartMail", an encrypted e-mail service. Both are fantastic if privacy is what your looking for.

Bad Cyborg said...

I keep expecting some democrat to come up with/implement a scheme to get rid of pennies by sending the 1, 2, 3 and 4 cent change in a transaction to DC. It would work like this. You buy something and the total with tax is $4.37. You should get back 63 cents change from a $5. But instead you'd only get back $0.60 with the other 3 pennies going to DC. Any transaction that doesn't end on a multiple of 5 cents would send the pennies to DC. Definitely wouldn't add up to chump change. Later they could bump it to change from a dime. Simple, painless and virtually invisible. Wonder how long till they figure this one out.

Chiu ChunLing said...

If I were interested in hiding, I would've 'worked within the system' this whole time.

Anonymous said...

Cash ended a long time ago.

We used to trade under a Gold Standard.

Then we went to Fiat.

But a few decades ago, we stopped trading on a Fiat basis. Today, we trade debt. And that's a whole 'nother animal.

Anonymous said...

I have been an avid follower of entrepreneur superstar Gary Vaynerchuck who founded and has been able to foresee a number of internet 2.0 trends. He seems to think that every sales transaction will eventually just go through the mobile phone and the wallet will become superfluous. I can definitely see that line of thinking.

Currency is, afterall, just one form of capital. Trade through barter of goods or services is still quite legal.