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    Default Cashless society experiment in Canada

    The Canadian government is going to start to introduce the first "chip"
    Just throwing it out.. kinda makes sense, we are told that our banks are
    in much better condition than most countries.
    http://mintchipchallenge.com/
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    Chip and cards? thats old...now in japan introduce biometric ATM without using card but palm... http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/04...scanning_cash/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wy9L9aAyjQ ...Biometric is the future which means more control to the TPTB

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    Quote Posted by apokalypse (here)
    Chip and cards? thats old...now in japan introduce biometric ATM without using card but palm... http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/04...scanning_cash/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wy9L9aAyjQ ...Biometric is the future which means more control to the TPTB
    Did you look at the link ??

    http://mintchipchallenge.com/http://...challenge.com/
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    No cash means no run on the banks. Now they can delete your money at any time. Total control.

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    Default Re: Cashless society experiment in Canada

    Always remember that the only current existing 'scriptless' (cashless)examples of human 'grouping' are prison, and slavery.

    script, or cash, is insited on, by the people, in oprder to ensure freedom from salvery and prison.

    the closest we've come to cashless, is in feudal times, where the separation between the rich and the poor was at it's greatest, in the 1300's. The dark ages..

    which is where we are, again, regarding the gulf between the rich and the poor.

    Note that controlling interests retain the use of forms of script, even though they expect you to give it up.

    Note carefully, that scriptless systems only work in enclosed, encapsulated, finite spaces.

    ie.... places with all the doors closed.
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    Cashless sounds good, but making it all digital is a NONO! All someone has to do is press a button and all your loot is gone. I don't know what is worse...someone robbing you at gun point...or someone robbing you with a click of a mouse....


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    I think going "cashless" isn't enough. EVERYTHING should be free worldwide. You'd be surprised at how much you DON'T need when everything is available to you.
    Of course, the only people who would gripe about this would be those who love their wealth and power....

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    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    The Canadian government is going to start to introduce the first "chip"
    Just throwing it out.. kinda makes sense, we are told that our banks are
    in much better condition than most countries.
    http://mintchipchallenge.com/

    They will take all cash from people, then, when electronics/electrics gone out you would not access ,/ buy gas or grocery. Do not leave your cash to Banks,/ Stock exchanges, bonds.

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    Quote Posted by Levent tonga (here)
    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    The Canadian government is going to start to introduce the first "chip"
    Just throwing it out.. kinda makes sense, we are told that our banks are
    in much better condition than most countries.
    http://mintchipchallenge.com/

    They will take all cash from people, then, when electronics/electrics gone out you would not access ,/ buy gas or grocery. Do not leave your cash to Banks,/ Stock exchanges, bonds.
    Thanks Levent. There was a guy on CBC Radio a couple of nights ago talking about this, some kind of Digital cash expert from England.
    All he kept saying was that only criminals need cash so if your not a criminal it should not be a problem.
    So I guess that is how they are going to sell it to people and if you refuse to get the chip then you must have something to hide.
    And I figure we know what would happen then.

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    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    Quote Posted by Levent tonga (here)
    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    The Canadian government is going to start to introduce the first "chip"
    Just throwing it out.. kinda makes sense, we are told that our banks are
    in much better condition than most countries.
    http://mintchipchallenge.com/

    They will take all cash from people, then, when electronics/electrics gone out you would not access ,/ buy gas or grocery. Do not leave your cash to Banks,/ Stock exchanges, bonds.
    Thanks Levent. There was a guy on CBC Radio a couple of nights ago talking about this, some kind of Digital cash expert from England.
    All he kept saying was that only criminals need cash so if your not a criminal it should not be a problem.
    So I guess that is how they are going to sell it to people and if you refuse to get the chip then you must have something to hide.
    And I figure we know what would happen then.

    Peace and Love gigha
    Thanks to remind me my closer words which I ignored to add my posts lately.

    I feel that when times come, I will be one of that criminals who try to open eyes of herds

    Love and Peace

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    Meanwhile over in Oz:

    Exchange $10 for $10 coin!
    http://www.macquariemint.com/pages/10for10.asp

    "To redeem your official "We Will Remember Them" Silver Commemorative coin for A$10 simply contact the Macquarie Mint on Toll free 1300 798 368 to advise our friendly client services staff that you will be returning your coin for redemption and then send it to us at the below address.

    PO Box 255, Abbotsford, Victoria 3067

    You will need to provide the Macquarie Mint with proof of purchase (Macquarie Mint Tax Invoice) and redemption is limited to one coin per customer as per the initial offer.

    Just received this via snail-mail pamphlet.

    So they are going to give us $10 worth of SOLID "Silver" currency for 10 fiat dollars???
    Only one per "customer"?...hmmm something smells funny down here atm.

    Also note,these are "Official legal tender" of Kiribati and Nauru(Sold Out)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiribati
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nauru
    Note this part from Wiki on Nauru:
    "When the phosphate reserves were exhausted, and the environment had been seriously harmed by mining, the trust that had been established to manage the island's wealth diminished in value. To earn income, Nauru briefly became a tax haven and illegal money laundering centre. From 2001 to 2008, it accepted aid from the Australian Government in exchange for housing a Nauru detention centre that held and assessed the refugee claims of asylum seekers who had arrived unauthorised in Australia."



    Also what it says on the "To Selected Households"(man I'm stoked to be Selected!!) brochure is that the offer ends 25th May 2012.
    Only 150,000 Limited Edition releases and "This coin is fully refundable from the Macquarie Mint**"

    **Conditions Apply see www.macquariemint.com/pages/10for10

    Which leads to this:
    "Disclaimer
    • Macquariemint.com does not guarantee the soundness of an investment of any product offered on the website."

    Dang,I was halfway out the door too!!

    Something's wrong when they're doing **** like this and people are actually falling for it....yet they won't give a bloke on the street a cigarette or a cuppa.
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    That is a great amount of info thank you Macstar.. This hole cashless thing worries me on so many levels. Thanks for the response

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    Meanwhile over in Oz:

    Exchange $10 for $10 coin!
    http://www.macquariemint.com/pages/10for10.asp

    "To redeem your official "We Will Remember Them" Silver Commemorative coin for A$10 simply contact the Macquarie Mint on Toll free 1300 798 368 to advise our friendly client services staff that you will be returning your coin for redemption and then send it to us at the below address.

    PO Box 255, Abbotsford, Victoria 3067

    You will need to provide the Macquarie Mint with proof of purchase (Macquarie Mint Tax Invoice) and redemption is limited to one coin per customer as per the initial offer.

    Just received this via snail-mail pamphlet.

    So they are going to give us $10 worth of SOLID "Silver" currency for 10 fiat dollars???
    Only one per "customer"?...hmmm something smells funny down here atm.

    Also note,these are "Official legal tender" of Kiribati and Nauru(Sold Out)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiribati
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nauru
    Note this part from Wiki on Nauru:
    "When the phosphate reserves were exhausted, and the environment had been seriously harmed by mining, the trust that had been established to manage the island's wealth diminished in value. To earn income, Nauru briefly became a tax haven and illegal money laundering centre. From 2001 to 2008, it accepted aid from the Australian Government in exchange for housing a Nauru detention centre that held and assessed the refugee claims of asylum seekers who had arrived unauthorised in Australia."



    Also what it says on the "To Selected Households"(man I'm stoked to be Selected!!) brochure is that the offer ends 25th May 2012.
    Only 150,000 Limited Edition releases and "This coin is fully refundable from the Macquarie Mint**"

    **Conditions Apply see www.macquariemint.com/pages/10for10

    Which leads to this:
    "Disclaimer
    • Macquariemint.com does not guarantee the soundness of an investment of any product offered on the website."

    Dang,I was halfway out the door too!!

    Something's wrong when they're doing **** like this and people are actually falling for it....yet they won't give a bloke on the street a cigarette or a cuppa.
    What if all that you know.. is only half . of what you know . /

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    Yes gigha it seems there are many cats being strewn amongst the pigeons at the moment.

    Like to hear from any other Countries,States,Provinces etc that are offering incentive to give up "your" cash for "something".

    Taking into account all the mass resignations,the Fulford stuff,Drake et al...it get's me wondering if there is purely a networking game playing out to stall OUR Ascension...to give us False Prophets(Profits) run by the same damn puppet masters.

    I said to my partner after reading this today "Why aren't we just trading within our own community and breaking down this Xenophobia?"

    I guess some seek comfort in the Illusion....well I know they do.
    Sometimes I feel like I'm wasting time on other unrelated Forums creating "Conspiracy Theory" threads and such,but then again it's amazing, that if you stick through the usual tin foil hat wearer,nutter,yada yada, you actually can reach people and get them researching....I guess it's the best we can do.

    That's a Classic though hey?
    The "Conditions Apply" bit . Then when you click the next link it takes you back to where you started!
    That and they have already sold out of the Nauru ones!
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