Ban on Cash — Coming to America?

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<> on March 24, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Newsmax: A firestorm of speculative commentary has been ignited by reports that JPMorgan Chase has ceased to accept cash for payments on credit cards, mortgages, auto loans, lines of credit and so on. Not to defend any bank actions, but it is not difficult to imagine the confused look of a teller when you show up with a bundle of cash and instructions on how to apply the cash toward a loan payment.

Of course it would beg the question, where did you get the cash? Did you steal it? Is it unreported income? Did you print it yourself? Or are you just trying to make a point? Point being: A ban on cash has begun.

It has long been argued that cash is a relic. It’s dangerous to carry large amounts; counterfeiting is still a threat; cash enables a myriad of illegal transactions especially when it comes to drugs and gang violence; and, to the extent one can earn cash and bypass tax laws — that hurts everyone. more …

Opinion:Not only a ban on cash, but check out this CNN video that asks the question: Would you get microchipped at work?

The responses were made in a joking nature.

  • One person interviewed called it very scientific
  • Another downplayed it saying it is the same technology found in iPhone and you can’t lose it
  • A third comment: FDA has concerns over radiation from the chip

Not one mention of Bible prophecy leaves the world open to the final dictator.

“He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or[a] the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:16-17

With the church of Jesus Christ gone (1 Thess. 4:16-18), it will be a piece of cake.

(see our July 24 post “Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Employees” here

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It is exciting to see biblical prophecy fulfilled before our eyes … It is also unnerving at the same time. However, as we rest in the Gospel and preach the Gospel to ourselves, we remind ourselves that God is sovereignly fulfilling His redemptive purpose.

    Regarding a cashless society, that simply means (in addition to the potential imminent fulfillment of the Revelation 13-14 prophecy) more government control. This I don’t like. The government is way too intrusive into our lives as it is. This would simply make it worse immediately, and ultimate worse as Revelation 13-14 prophesy.

    Good thing our God is sovereign and that He has this. We can rest, hope and trust in Him. Maranatha, come Lord Jesus.

  2. In today’s society, there are many reasons to do away with cash completely, as you had touched on in this article. A cashless society would mean people involved in money laundering and drug dealing would have to either cease practice or find a way to get around a cashless society. Although, I suspect the governments would certainly offer their advice and assistance, seeing as those two occupations are heavily outfitted by the government.

    I am very happy to see that there have been big steps toward a cashless society. While I have heard many “Christians” complaining about it and whining about how scared they are about the situation, I am thrilled. For Christians, this only means that Jesus is just around the corner, about to welcome us with open arms into His paradise. For those claiming to be Christians yet are actually worried about the cashless society issue, they need to open a Bible and do a bit of serious studying of God’s Word. It is good when Bible prophecies come to life before our very eyes.

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