Prophecy Sign: The coming cashless society
Yet another series of articles which suggest that there is a plan afoot to see the eradication of our present monetary system utilizing cash money in favour of a cashless electronic monetary system. This plan would make the implementation of the future Antichrists buy/sell program so much easier to accomplish.
…and he provides that no one will be able to buy or to sell, except the one who has the mark, either the name of the beast or the number of his name. Revelation 13:17 NASB
Cash Could Be Victim of Economic Collapse
Is it possible to be in a war, to be moving towards economic collapse, and not know it? Yes, it is. In the last few years, a clandestine war has been waged behind the scenes between the governments of the Western world and a tiny handful of consumer and libertarian groups. The governments want to ban cash. Not to simply reduce its importance. Not to just minimize its use. To outlaw it completely.
Opponents argue that going cashless is the final step the government needs to take to finally control every aspect of your life. Pretty soon, you won’t even need to fill out an income tax return. The government will already know what you made, how you made it, and even what you spent it on. And most likely, they will have already taken their cut before you even had a chance to stop at Starbucks for a coffee on the way home from wherever it was you made your money in the first place.
A cashless society can’t fix our monetary woes
Recent technological advancements point to a looming cashless society, with a recent survey indicating that most Australians expect to break free from paper-notes and coins by 2022. Soon, paying for your daily coffee with a digital wallet in your phone — or for that matter in a myriad of electronic gadgets — will be the norm, and not just a geeky fad to impress your new date. Leading this global trend towards a cash-free society are the Scandinavian countries — where less than 6 per cent of all payments are made by cash. Denmark has recently proposed allowing most stores not to accept notes and coins, which basically means that cash will lose its widespread legal tender use.