Question: Mr. Vincent, we’re being told that there is a coin shortage and many places are only accepting credit or debit cards. Why is this happening and Qui Bono?
Answer: Coin and paper money (dollar) shortages are nothing new. History shows that when Loss of Confidence in Government increases, the people start to “hoard” valuables, especially money.
The shortage of coins is nothing compared to the shortage of $100 bills. There are more $100 bills outside of the US than are circulating within the US.
Lack of confidence in global governance.
When this occurs, it’s followed by the shift of money from public to private assets.
It’s also one of the main reasons you’re seeing the rising price of gold. (Hint, Hint!)
This shift to a “cashless society” benefits major tech companies…especially Microsoft.
For years, Microsoft has notoriously pretended to update Windows.
They’re tracking what you do to create profiles so they can sell that information to the highest bidder.
Eliminating physical money simply advances their goal of knowing everything we do and how much we are worth.
Sadly, a glaring example of this is how MasterCard recently sold out and joined the Bill Gates’ ID2020 agenda.
They know anyone with a computer/smart phone/tablet will look for things on the internet at one point or another. That information is captured and within minutes you’ll start seeing pop ups of companies offering you items similar to the one you searched for.
Kinda creepy, huh?
If you think you’re safe because you use an “Apple” product, think again.
Apple is – and has always been – better at hiding their secrets of tracking you than Microsoft.
So, if you think this is something new, think again.
In January 1999, CEO of Sun Microsystems, Scott McNealy, famously said: “You have zero privacy anyway, Get over it.”
If that was true over 20 years ago, think how much more prevalent it is today.
The push for a cashless society is only going to get worse from here on out.
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