Here’s what a cashless society really means


A cashless society means no cash. Zero. It doesn’t mean mostly cashless and you can still use a ‘bit of cash here and there’.

Cashless means fully digital, fully traceable, fully controlled. Those who support a cashless society aren’t fully aware of what they are asking for.

A cashless society means:
– If you are struggling with your mortgage on a particular month, you can’t do an odd job to get you through.
– Your child can’t go & help the local farmer to earn a bit of summer cash.
– No more cash slipped into the hands of a child as a good luck charm or from their grandparent when going on holidays.
– No more money in birthday cards.
– No more piggy banks for your child to collect pocket money & to learn about the value of earning.
– No more cash for a rainy day fund or for that something special you have been putting £20 a week away for.
– No more nixers on the side because your wages barely cover the bills or put food on the table.
– No more charity collections.
– No more selling bits & pieces from your home that you no longer want/need for a bit of cash in return.
– No more cash gifts from relatives or loved ones.

A cashless society does guarantee:
– Banks have full control of every single penny you own.
– Every transaction you make is recorded.
– All your movements & actions are traceable.
– Access to your money can be blocked at the click of a button when/if banks need ‘clarification’ from you which will take about 3 weeks, a thousand questions answered & five thousand passwords.
– You will have no choice but to declare & be taxed on every pound in your possession.
– The government WILL decide what you can & cannot purchase.
– If your transactions are deemed in any way questionable, by those who create the questions, your money will be frozen, ‘for your own good’.


November 17, 2020



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