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Old 02-18-2010, 01:24 AM   #1
waitinginthewings
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Arrow First country to MANDATE cashless transactions

This just came into my e-mail box....thought I should share it.


The article below discusses how Greece is the first major country to actually make it ILLEGAL to use cash (as of Jan 1, 2011). Every transaction above $1500 Euros will be illegal if cash is used. Eventually ALL transactions, no matter how small the dollar amount, in ALL countries will be cashless by mandate. Since everything will be electronic, you will not have the freedom to hide ANY monetary transactions which was their whole plan from the beginning. They can simply take your money or zero it out with a keyboard click no matter where it is. The IRS even made the Swiss Banks open up their coffers so that the IRS could seize the money of so called U.S. tax evaders early in 2009.

One other note: Notice they say that transactions between "natural persons and businesses" will have to be cashless. This is where their tricknology language comes into play. A "person" is an asset owned by the state. A human being is the independent consciousnesss with a soul. A "person" is a legal term (literally) used in world courts, national, state and local courts to denote state owned assets (example: the U.S. ss# is the number given to you the "person" not the human being). (There is a method to invert this and the sheeple need to learn it!)

The human being can never truly be owned because you are simply being. A "person" must do what the state dictates, and a "BEING" only has to BE. (Yes, but all commerce is conducted in the fiction realm via your PERSON!)

HIGHLIGHTS-Greek FinMin unveils tax reform, wage policy

ATHENS, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Greece outlined on Tuesday its public sector incomes policy and a tax reform bill, as part of an EU-endorsed plan to increase state revenues and reduce its huge deficit.
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The following are comments by Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou at a press conference:

IMPACT OF REFORMS
"The total benefit of our incomes policy will be around 800 million euros.

EU
"EU partners and markets will closely monitor the implementation of our fiscal plan, I believe that the response will be positive. The measures that we have announced are becoming action"

TIME FOR CHANGE
"The time has come for major changes, the country can't afford to wait any longer"

TAXATION
"From 1. Jan. 2011, every transaction above 1,500 euros between natural persons and businesses, or between businesses, will not be considered legal if it is done in cash. Transactions will have to be done through debit or credit cards"
"With the new tax scale, there is a shift of the burden from low and middle income to high incomes.
"There's tax relief for incomes up to 40,000 (euros)"
"Taxable income based on the new scales will include capital gains from the short-term trading of stocks"

REFORMS
"The income policy frame and the tax reform are part of the government's wider effort to clean up fiscal finances ... and open new roads for growth. We all know the difficult situation the country is in, we all know the government has submitted to the European Commission a stability and growth plan.
"We all know that the public sector wage policy is full of injustices ... which have been formed by adding up various allowances without a central direction.
"Everyone needs to contribute clearly to the big effort to save our economy. It is necessary to contain the cost of wages and (have) a just distribution of the burden between workers."

TAXATION
"Every autonomous taxation ... for special professions, like engineers, architects, taxis, gas station owners and kiosks is abolished"

BANK DEPOSITS
"Deposits in banks outside Greece are exempted from audits of their origin if they are repatriated within six months of the passing of the tax bill and are taxed with a 5 percent rate"

PUBLIC PENSIONS
"Public sector pensions will increase by 1.5 percent, except those above 2,000 euros a month"

PUBLIC SECTOR WAGE CUTS
"We need to contain the public wage bill and fairly share out the burden".
"The wage cuts will begin from 18 euros a month, reaching 345 euros a month for court officials. In percentages, it will be between 1 and 5.5 percent"
"The impact on low-income earners will be mitigated by lower taxes on middle and low incomes"
"The public sector wage income bill increased by 88 percent since 2001, far above the GDP increase"

REFORMS
"Income policy and the tax changes are in the framework of cleaning up public finances.

SPENDING CUTS
"There will be no wage increase for the prime minister and ministers and their allowances will be cut by 10 percent."
"Wages of board members in unlisted state companies will fall by 50 percent"
"The budget bill for allowances and compensations will be cut by 10 percent"
(Reporting by the Athens bureau)
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Old 02-18-2010, 11:59 AM   #2
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I don't know how others are faring but today I received a letter from my bank saying that cheque guarantee cards are being made redundant as from March

That is means we will only be able to use debit cards :O for purchases on shops

From that to a cashless move there is but just a step

Nobody ask us what we think they just command!

It is a real vicious circle, one can no have money at home because it promotes burglaries but on the other hand we get dictated how to conduct our business too

Looking forward to a moneyless society were everyone has all they need and NO GOVERNMENTS, BANKS or BUROCRATS thank you very much
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Old 02-18-2010, 12:06 PM   #3
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Thanks for this news, yes it is a major part of people domination.
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Old 02-18-2010, 02:28 PM   #4
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How can a country mandate something if the citizens do not agree?? Unless they agree...
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Old 02-18-2010, 03:56 PM   #5
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strange they would do that since the euro is going to collapse as well.

Of course that would go over like a lead balloon in the USA.

I see another failed social experiment on the horizon.
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Old 02-18-2010, 05:47 PM   #6
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If my reasoning is correct people will just find a way around .
For example whenever a transaction exceeds 1500 euros it could be split in small sections and the total outcome altered to be below the magic number .
Greece is a very corrupt country , and so is Italy . What small business do here is this . Get paid in cash without issuing receipts . It is called the black economy . People have developed this way of doing things because the government is corrupt and maladministration and nepotism rule . First of all the government should clean itself of all the crooks condemned in Court that continue to work in government position . There is no hope for the people because the major parties have been bought off by the NWO . I wish the Greek government failure . Paying just taxes is OK but rip off are to be avoided . Only the defenseless people pay taxes because they are forced while the rich people do not pay them .
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Old 02-18-2010, 06:09 PM   #7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by burgundia View Post
How can a country mandate something if the citizens do not agree?? Unless they agree...
These laws are brought into being behind closed doors. The people do not get a vote in these decisions, neither are they informed until after the fact. By the time the people find out, its too late. Such is the ways of dictatorship, aka The New World Order. Its already here and working its black magick.
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