Beast tech nipps at our heels: Japan tests fingerprint currency

Another bio-currency system is here and soon will be mandatory

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4/10/16 – It feels like the noose is tightening.  Japan begins testing of it’s new fingerprint currency system this summer and it’s slated to be mandatory by 2020. Another test that started in Continue reading “Beast tech nipps at our heels: Japan tests fingerprint currency”

NIRP: You better learn what this means quick

The doom-loop that threatens to wipe out the global economy; cashless society coming

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2/12/16 – NIRP (Negative Interest Rate Policy) is  taking down bank after bank and the Fed’s Janet Yellen made the statement yesterday that they are considering implementing the policy here in the U.S.  They’ve already revealed a stress test with U.S. banks. Continue reading “NIRP: You better learn what this means quick”

Bill Holter: When will the system collapse? “You’re watching it”

“I think this is a very odd question…you should be able to see it”


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2/9/16 – In a riveting TruNews interview, Bill Holter, trend economist and joint partner in Jim Sinclair’s Mineset, explained the terrifying market trends around the globe and how it impacts financial planning through 2016 and beyond.  When host Rick Wiles asked Mr. Holter when the crash Continue reading “Bill Holter: When will the system collapse? “You’re watching it””

Bank in Norway wants to dump cash; Cashless society on the horizon

Norway’s largest bank is telling people to stop using cash.


1/27/16 – An article out today on TruNews reveals that DNB claims Norwegians don’t want to make electronic transactions and only people who are laundering money are interested in cash. Continue reading “Bank in Norway wants to dump cash; Cashless society on the horizon”

Bank Of England Economist Calls For Cash Ban, Urges Negative Rates

Is there something Haldane sees that has driven him to this extremist perspective?

Bank Of England Economist Calls For Cash Ban, Urges Negative Rates

Just three short years ago, Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane appeared a lone voice of sanity in a world fanatically-religious Keynesian-esque worshippers. Admissions in 2013 (on blowing bubbles) and 2014 (on Too Big To Fail “problems from hell”) also gave us pause that maybe someone in charge of central planning might actually do something to return the world to some semblance of rational ‘free’ markets. We were wrong! Haldane appears to have fully transitioned to the dark side, as The Telegraph reports, he made the case for the “radical” option of supporting the economy with negative interest rates, and even suggested that cash could have to be abolished.

Speaking at the Portadown Chamber of Commerce in Northern Ireland, as The Telegraph reports, Mr Haldane’s support for a possible cut in rates came as the Bank as a whole has signalled that the next move in rates would be up