Cashless societies will almost certainly encourage gov’t abuses of power

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Assessment: In China, for example, a social credit score determines one’s ability to fly, travel, or even stream internet …

When the de-banking of the Canadian truck drivers began, citizens of many nations observed with horror as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presided over the freezing, even seizing, of private bank accounts. Ostensibly private companies even joined in, with the reigning silicon oligarchs joining the conspiracy to de-platform, de-bank, de-monetize, and de-moralize the so-called “terrorists” whose honking for human rights caused January 6th-style PTSD amongst Trudeau loyalists.

Even the truck drivers who were open about having been injected with the unholy sacrament of the jab were subjected to the state-sponsored financial terrorism and a deliberate hacking and doxxing campaign by the regime and its corporate allies.

“So they worshiped the dragon who gave authority to the beast; and they worshiped the beast, saying, “Who is like the beast? Who is able to make war with him?” Rev. 13:4 

Within a paltry week or so, the shock of weaponized banking was supplanted by cheers when these same monetary measures were brought to bear on The Bear. It wasn’t merely the G7’s seizure of Russian citizens’ private property – a.k.a. Government oligarchs stealing from Industrial oligarchs, to the delight of anyone believing the new narrative – many in the West cheered to see long lines in Moscow train stations as common citizens were forced to use physical currency to embark on their daily commutes – no electronic payments allowed.

The only difference between these two scenarios – indignation about the leaked names of the Canadian GiveSendGo donors on the one hand, and smug satisfaction about the potential ACH (automated clearing house, how banks quickly transfer money between them) freeze and departure of Visa and Mastercard from all of Russia, on the other – is the perceived “enemy” status of those financially targeted.

The common thread, of course, is the power of government in relation to so-called “acceptable views.” What we’re witnessing is the normalization of financial attacks on ordinary citizens, and it seems like it’s happening more and more.

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