MASSIVE Bank Closures In Saskatchewan! – Could This Be The Result Of A Cashless Canada?

Josh Sigurdson sits down with author and economic analyst John Sneisen to talk about the recent shutdown of 20 rural Saskatchewan banks. People living in rural communities are “scared” as they watch their local banks shut down as the country falls to digital banking.
This is extremely problematic considering the push towards a cashless society that we at WAM have been warning about for a long time.
While fiat currency is printed out of thin air, devaluing the currency, creating debt and inflation, the centrally planned cashless society manages to be even worse.
If your money’s in the bank, it’s not yours, it’s the bank’s. If your money’s ALWAYS going through the banks via digital transactions, it’s NEVER yours, it’s ALWAYS the bank’s! This is also a massive infringement on privacy rights as everything you do is tracked. This cuts out any remaining free market left. This truly is the end of freedom.

The cashless society is being touted by globalists throughout the world as they push to implement it into the IMF’s SDR (Special Drawing Rights). Following India, China and Australia’s drastic moves towards the cashless system, this is not going away any time soon.

Today, only 12% of people in Saskatchewan actually go to a bank and see a teller in person. This trend is headed in a very dangerous direction. Besides, people should learn to get out of the banking system and decentralize. We are at a turning point in history and what we do next makes all the difference.

Stay tuned for more from WAM!

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

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John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • Victoria Laidlaw

    why doesn’t everyone do what they are good at ie growing food building homes digging wells etc and share every thing instead of being slaves to the child killers who print worthless money?

  • James Coleman

    This prime minister, like his father, thinks Europe is what we should be. Europe is going cashless. His father brought in the stupid metric system.

  • withoutexcuse2011

    Come on , guys – *WAKE UP!!!* Cryptos are a sure road to hell. Become informed — in cryptos you are promoting what the psycho criminals of the world want more than anything else – it is their wettest of wet dreams. You are serving them and their agenda.

  • Nomen Nescio

    And at the same time you also promote crypto currencies on this channel, which is the cashless society. You are inconsistent.

  • magnus4g63

    The truth is, one who seeks to achieve freedom by petitioning those in power to give it to him has already failed, regardless of the response. 
    To beg for the blessing of “authority” is to accept that the choice is the master’s alone to make, which means that the person is already, by definition, a slave. — Larken Rose

  • Ali Mohammond

    new world order coming, mark of the beast= u cannot buy or sell with out the mark of the beast, this day is coming soon!


    Same thing happened in Norway. Some people would have to drive for 3 hours to find their nearest bank now. Banks don’t do cash transactions anymore either. You just get referred to the post office.

  • Old Deplorable

    British banks have been closing branches for 25 years – for reasons of cist-cutting – enabled by technology. Just saying…

  • Tpro 1115

    Good job boys but I hate to say it but the SHEOPLE OF CANADA ARE STILL SOUND ASLEEP..all they care about is hockey beer and the blue Jays. …what a complete bunch of idiots handing over their freedoms to that FUCKING SCUMBAG LOWLIFE ELITIST PEDOPHILE ENABLER TRUDEAU !!!

  • Jim Heaton

    Same thing happening in BC in Ft St James. CIBC closing and leaving town on Oct. 19/17. sign is up in the branch. They still have RBC and credit union. Can not get in to credit union unless you have a high enough credit score. Cashless will be sooner than later in Canada.

  • coolacadien

    The majority of people are brainwash and stuck with the dollar. They’re so scare of changing to something different. Just trying to explain them gold and silver and they think you’re from an other planet. Lol

  • Luva der Golder

    Have you guys ever been to rural Sask? You have towns that have only 8 people in it. Is it reasonable to have a bank? Even a town of 300 people. Is it feasible to have a bank? A separate building with the two-three people in the town that make more money than anyone else and maybe you get a bunch of people showing up twice a month to deposit paycheck?. Would a reasonable business (and banks are businesses), keep an outlet open that only has clients a couple times a month?

  • Flo Florence

    16And the second beast required all people small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, 17so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark — the name of the beast or the number of its name. 18Here is a call for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and that number is six hundred sixty-six.…

  • Richard James

    High finance language is set up akin to legalese. There are those in the know such as the language of the judges and others who can read it would be equivalent to the lawyers. Then, of course, there is the layperson who must rely on these people to trustworthy for their information.

    I speculate that those who control the planet through monies tried to kill Bitcoin by killing its founder. It does make sense to me that they would do this. However, they could not kill Bitcoin. After some review Bitcoin is certainly poised to be a one world currency on its own.

    I am open to you contacting me about Bitcoin.

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  • Calico Insite

    Is Saskatchewan the Prime Retirement Location in Canada?
    I’ve heard it said! and wondering…that would make a difference in what those accounts hold, wouldn’t it?

  • Jay Danson

    Through a cashless society, a government can also control what you can buy. This includes food. Hence, if you not of a certain class, there may be items you’re forbidden to buy. Much worse, if you “misbehave” and are not a good NWO citizen, then you may only be able to buy one kind of food and a limited quantity of it, thus forcing you into starvation. All food can be rationed, so most people would just get enough to survive and could not help those being “punished”. Very scary.

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