G. Edward Griffin: “A Cashless Society Is The Ultimate Globalist Endgame!”

During an interview conducted by Josh Sigurdson and John Sneisen with G. Edward Griffin (author of ‘The Creature From Jekyll Island’), Mr. Griffin called out the incredibly dangerous risks of what a cashless society would mean for the vast populace.
Of course we aren’t talking about a cashless society like Bitcoin or other non-centralized blockchain, we’re talking about a centrally planned cashless society which is currently being pushing in countless countries across the world as a sort of trial run to be incorporated into the SDR (Special Drawing Rights), or… a world currency.
A cashless society would enslave the populace to the banks. If your money’s not yours if it’s in the banks and strictly the bank’s, then if all transactions are always through the banks, your money is ALWAYS theirs. Not to mention you lose all privacy and any remnants of free markets through this type of implementation and you also lose your ability to own physical value, though fiat’s not much better if at all in that case.
There cannot be runs on the banks in a cashless society and as G. Edward Griffin points out, this is the ultimate endgame of the globalists, to tear apart any remaining financial freedom and completely enslave the global populace in debt.
This topic is broken down incredibly well by Mr. Griffin.

You can find the FULL interview on our channel.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

G. Edward Griffin
Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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