MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
In 2015, I had an epiphany of sorts after the 2030 Summit on Sustainability of what goals were for the globalists and that was their plan for a green economy and a world model of state socialism that would be the panacea for a global plantation.
It would take a lot of effort to coerce a country like the United States into opening their minds to socialism and so the task was a daunting one.
Sha Zukang has been one of the notorious “planners” at the United Nations for a sustainability framework based on the Chinese Model. Zukang said that the main objective for the United nations would be to solidify support from governments around the world in the global pursuit of “sustainable development.” They would have to speed the process to require the creation of an “institutional framework” — otherwise known as the global enforcement bureaucracy to mandate compliance by the world’s national governments and populations.
For your own research on the conference you can read the 204 page document of the agenda entitled “Working Towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy, A United Nations System-Wide Perspective,” which of course is detailed as “the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication.”
This, of course, is crucial in setting the foundation for global environmental governance. This is of course the cornerstone for the New World Order globalist agenda.
Among other countries, the report particularly praises China as “a good example of combining investments and public policy incentives to encourage major advances in the development of cleaner technologies, artificial intelligence, and a digital economy.
The problem, they felt was the United States and how that there would have to be major changes to the country in order for the people to accept “global control” in a world that has been in need of centralized governorship.
All great empires and civilizations rise and collapse, history gives us an insight into such empires. If you are a historian – the collapse of America has always been predicted, however the when and how has always been a crap-shoot.
Now, the picture is becoming quite clear.
While Americans and Europeans have become increasingly worried about China’s competition for manufacturing jobs and energy resources, they have overlooked an even bigger story: China’s rapid development of an American-style consumer culture, which is revolutionizing the lives of hundreds of millions of Chinese and has the potential to reshape the world.
After the COVID-19 outbreak, they are now rebuilding infrastructure and are implementing with great speed new ways of controlling increase and monitoring the habits of their people. COVID-19 is no longer about science and health – it is about control of wealth and the control of human labor.
China will begin trialing payments in its new digital currency in four major cities from next week, according to domestic media.
In recent months, China’s central bank has stepped up its development of the e-RMB, which is set to be the first digital currency operated by a major economy.
It has reportedly begun trials in several cities, including Shenzhen, Suzhou, Chengdu, as well as a new area south of Beijing, Xiong’an, and areas that will host some of the events for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
State-media outlet China Daily said it had been formally adopted into the cities’ monetary systems, with some government employees and public servants to receive their salaries in the digital currency from May.
Sina News said the currency would be used to subsidize transport in Suzhou, but in Xiong’an the trial primarily focused on food and retail.
Digital payment platforms are already widespread in China, namely Alipay, owned by Alibaba’s Ant Financial, and WeChat Pay, owned by Tencent, but they do not replace existing currency.
Whenever the status quo is seen as a failure, the architects of society will rarely allow the whole show to come to a grinding halt, for fear that new and non-centrally controlled organic systems of organization will emerge.
The ruling establishment will spare no opportunity to tell society this, over and over, making people truly believe that it is in their best interest to adopt whatever alternative is handed down to them. This is why, when faced with a crisis, society will almost always seek to implement a parallel alternative, rather than rethink the whole system.
In 2008, the public had an opportunity to collapse the predatory banking system that has been trading insolvent and gambling on thin air. But the very same ruling establishment who engineered the crisis to begin with, masterfully presented their own solution as the remedy by establishing the precedent of the State bailing out any gambling losses incurred by the banking community.
In the end society relented, and with the help of pro-banking political leadership on both sides of the Atlantic, they adopted the pre-packaged belief that a cluster of bloated and corrupt financial institutions were simply too big to fail.
Aside from being a massive redistribution of wealth upwards into the hands of the speculative elite classes, this was merely a test by the establishment to see how far they could go in robbing the public, pushing up inflation, hovering up real assets, robbing pension funds and enslaving taxpayers to generations of debt the bankers created – all in one swoop.
It has long been the dream of collectivists and technocratic elites to eliminate the semi-unregulated cash economy and black markets in order to maximize taxation and to fully control markets.
Among the long list of items bundled by consensus reality merchants under the banner of ‘conspiracy theory’, is a world without cash. If the cashless society is ushered in, they will have near complete control over the lives of individual people.
In this country, there are workers who have to take on many jobs to make ends meet in this country. There are those that have their own businesses and then there are those who make money under the table in order to make ends meet.
Using the term, “under the table” is made to sound bad, but things like doing yard work, or offering piano lessons, or even a lemonade stand seem to be under scrutiny and the government sees these things as “underground businesses.”
Have you ever hired a baby sitter, or maybe hire a teenager as a housekeeper? You usually pay them cash but the law says you should pay employment taxes and if you don’t then you are participating in something called the “black market.”
A black market is a transaction platform, whether physical or virtual, where goods or services are exchanged or bartered without the government knowing. Many times the black market is associated with exchanging things illegally — but a lot of the time Black Market goods are things that are either exchanged through barter cash or even with cryptocurrency.
For example, while neither buying nor selling food is illegal, the transaction enters the black market when the good sold is illegal, such as foie gras in California.
And while it’s perfectly legal to sell hamburgers, when an all-cash restaurant does not remit to the state government the mandatory sales taxes on its transactions, it too has entered the black market.
Black markets are extremely popular in times of poverty where people who lose their jobs try to get ahead by privately providing services or goods for cash.
During the COVID-19 outbreak many people have been selling drugs and masks for cash and have not paid the appropriate taxes. these masks are considered balck market gains.
Black markets skew economic data, as transactions are unrecorded. Black markets also arise when people don’t want to pay taxes on the transaction for legal or illegal goods or services. Some black markets exist simply because people don’t realize there are laws they aren’t following, such as bartering and not reporting the taxable value of the transaction– the way to eliminate the black market is to create a cashless society.
Four years ago — the idea of the cashless society was floated in business journals along with proposals of governments providing basic income incentive checks to discourage a black market in the states. Bloomberg Press had indicated that the new money was coming and that it was of course digital currency.
The European Central Bank announced it was officially considering get rid of their 500 Euro note. This is giving U.S bankers ideas to possibly scrap the $100-dollar bill, and quite possibly, the $50 dollar bill.
Well, here we are four years later and the money makers and tax collectors are fearing there will be bank runs and black market startups in the United States. Governments believe that moving to electronic money will first eliminate the underground economy, but secondly, they believe it will even prevent a banking crisis.
Like it or not, personal cash will soon be a dinosaur and your smart phones and your credit cards will be the preferred transactional utility and the gradual conditioning of people to use these in lieu of cash will be the mortar for the foundation for the new age of economic totalitarianism that confronts us.
Taking away cash is just one more way to take away privacy. It is a move for the surveillance state. Cash is anonymous. Having your transactions tracked with no cash exchanges is going to be yet another affront to our personal freedoms.
The reality that Capitalism is dying and the final nail in the coffin would be a cashless society and a Socialist administration.
Socialists hate Capitalism and see other people’s money should be theirs.
However, there will be no money to be gained because the powerful Capitalist bankers will make their move to a cashless society.
Always remember that the goal of the Global Sustainability Movement is to be the savior in times of scarcity. If scarcity is to be manufactured, then a cashless society would benefit the banks — they would control increase and scarcity.
If you were to see your bank account leveled and demanded cash, the bank wouldn’t have it – this prevents global bank runs.
The government and bankers are not stupid.
The fact both the US banks and the US central banks are considering removing their respective high digit currency in the context of a global conference demonstrates by itself that there seems to be a worldwide problem of milking the people of their money.
This should send a signal that the new money is coming and that the government wants to eliminate anything that they term black market gains.
The licensing restrictions that governments impose on numerous occupations cause some workers to enter the black market because they don’t want or can’t afford to invest the time and money to obtain the required licenses. For example, in New York City, one must purchase a license called a medallion in order to legally operate a taxi business.
These medallions cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, making them prohibitively expensive for most entrepreneurs As a result, some people may choose to operate black-market taxis without a license – at least, until they are caught. Ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft have further splintered the market for these types of businesses.
Sometimes participants in black markets don’t want to act illegally, but because they lack the ability to work legally and need to make money, they don’t report their jobs or income to the government. Such situations arise when illegal immigrants obtain jobs, when students traveling abroad obtain employment without acquiring a work visa or when children work in violation of minimum age requirements.
Black markets can also appear when government-imposed price ceilings create shortages. For example, if the government caps the price at which a grocery store may sell bottled water after a natural disaster, the store will quickly run out of water. Vendors will then likely appear selling water at the higher prices people are actually willing to pay. This secondary market is a black market.
Governments can also cause black markets through over-regulation. An extreme example can be found in Cuba, where the rationing and ineffective central planning of communism made it difficult to purchase the desired quantities of even basic products such as cooking oil.4 Black markets are rampant because citizens want to buy things that are difficult to come by through legal channels. They’re also common because it’s so hard to find a job.
High unemployment can give rise to black markets. When workers can’t find jobs in the above-ground economy, they may turn to jobs in the underground economy. These jobs could be as innocuous as fixing a neighbor’s toilet (but being paid in cash and not reporting the income to the tax authorities) or as serious as selling cocaine – where not only the sale of the product itself but also the non-reporting of taxable income is illegal.
Digital currencies takeaway the discreteness of exchanging cash.
The introduction of a cashless society empowers central banks greatly. A cashless society, after all, not only makes things like negative interest rates possible, it transfers absolute control of the money supply to the central bank, mostly by turning it into a universal banker that competes directly with private banks for public deposits. All digital deposits become base money.
It has been said many times by conspiracy theorists that a cashless society gives the government the ability manipulate digital accounts more easily than cash. If all money becomes digital, it would be much easier for the government to manipulate our accounts.
Of course, you’d think that people would rebel en masse, who wouldn’t? Well, those who wish to eat and pay bills. So this means that if you are even planning on being a dissenter or even if you want to rebel, you can’t hide cash there isn’t any. If you wanted a gun, you would have to barter for one.
All of those who wish to revolt or rebel would see their financial holdings vulnerable to an attack by the government.
This would be the ultimate form of control because without access to money, people couldn’t resist, couldn’t hide and couldn’t escape.
There is nothing more frustrating than going to your ATM and having it tell you that it won’t give you cash because of a purchase alert. Of course, you feel confident your bank is concerned about unusual purchases, but think of the slippery slope.
That same alert can be used to block you from using your card to buy groceries, a car, or something else that the government sees fit to block you from receiving.
Once we’re cashless, politicians, governments, banks, and businesses would be able to make consumer choices for all of us, not just the poor, by restricting our payment options. Just think of the money that could be saved on health care if everyone’s allocation of unhealthy food could be controlled.
With Contact Tracing, they can find out where you go, determine if you have COVID-19 and restrict your ability to pay for dinner in a restaurant.
Many times we have discussed the 2023 Summit where goals were put forth by the United Nations to create a sustainable green economy. On page 7 section 27 of the U.N’s 2030 Rules of Sustainability it states: “We will seek to build strong economic foundations for all our countries. Sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth is essential for prosperity. This will only be possible if wealth is shared and income inequality is addressed.”
Under the U.N. Sustainability, Americans, Japanese, Europeans, and people in many other rich countries, and some relatively poor ones will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency. Prices will be quoted not in dollars, yen or marks but in, digibits, digibots, decidigibits, digiquads, digicentibits. milidigies, and billiobots.
This currency will be favored by companies and shoppers because it will be more convenient than today’s national currencies, which by then will seem a quaint cause of much disruption to economic life in the not too distant future.
After the attacks of 9/11, it opened the dialogue for a socialist America. It opened the dialogue for tightening of security and a cessation of human rights for safety. Many people did not object to their freedoms being taken away and the constitution being neutralized.
The attacks of 9/11 were a well-prepared action staged by money holders to declare a total war against terrorists However now we can see that the war against terror is used to justify Washington’s efforts to destabilize different parts of the world, or, in other words, to implement the policy of managed chaos.
The Technocrats are now seeing a way to destabilize currency; their crusade for full spectrum control includes knowing your transactions and your financial worth.
The campaign for switching to cashless transactions is part of the game and it is almost finalized. It is just one more way of eliminating of remaining freedoms and the establishment of economic totalitarianism.