Category: Keep Cash Alive

Demonetisation is population control

Lym Forester de Rothschilds

facebook bans Journal Neo article critiquing Vatican

Geoff Ebbs /9 January, 2021

An article titled, The Dangerous alliance between the Rothschilds and the Vatican has been banned by facebook for not meeting community standards. The article outlines a key alliance between the world’s richest people and the Vatican to create an “inclusive” capitalism that protects the poor and the planet in line with Pope Francis recent dictates. Continue Reading →

Swedish implant microchips in craze to go cashless

Geoff Ebbs /7 January, 2019

From the Financial Post via John James Newsletter More than 4,000 Swedes have gone the microchip route as cash use fades and the government scrambles to figure out the effects on society and the economy. The central bank, which predicts cash may fade from Sweden, is testing a digital currency — an e-krona — to Continue Reading →

Getting ahead of Bitcoin

Geoff Ebbs /19 March, 2018

Whether you are an investor, a programmer or an entrepreneur BitCoin will radically and directly change your life in the next couple of years. School teachers, activists and artists might not be directly in the firing line but Bitcoin’s underlying technology, the blockchain, is going to affect us all. The questions are how and how Continue Reading →

Church and State collude to worship money

Geoff Ebbs /25 February, 2018

From The Cage – 6th September 2016 We have had quite a few stories about the role of money in the news recently. This week it was the Universal Basic Income in Finland. Last week it was the attempt to eliminate cash in Sweden and the tactical undermining of the US dollar by Russia and Continue Reading →

Who drove India’s play for a cashless society

Geoff Ebbs /7 December, 2017

Over the course of 2017, India made a vigorous attempt to drive its diverse population toward a cashless society. Prime Minister Modi was regularly quoted as claiming that it would support his overall objective to reduce corruption and improve transparency in the economy. This is widely seen to have failed. Arguments abound about the pros Continue Reading →

A New Delhi shop keeper has lost 80% of his business due to the crisis

Cashless India program attacks world’s poorest

Geoff Ebbs /22 December, 2016

India’s rapid move to a cashless society was part of Prime Minister Morodi’s campaign against corruption and tax avoidance but the consequences of the sudden cancellation of all 500 and 1,000 rupee bills has led to an economic crisis and widespread accusations that it is an attack on the poor. With uneven access to digital Continue Reading →