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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by EE_ View Post
    It may not be the kind of SHTF people have envisioned, but it has hit none the less. What is happening now cannot be stopped.

    All that we've believed in and held dear in our world, is under attack. All this insanity is deliberate and by design.
    The end game is growing nearer every day. The global reset and NWO is here and nothing can stop it.

    We are in an inflationary spiral that shows no sign of abating and the invasion from our border is completely changing the face of our country forever.
    Even if there is an economic crash, I believe it will only drive us into a hyperinflation event, with hording of everything.

    It's amazing to me how easy it is/was to take control of the population. The majority is marching to their demise, blindly and willingly.

    What's to come will boggle the mind.
    The Vaccine /medical scam is just the start. The coming currency reset will devastate the average person...the one's that survive the vaccine.

    Do you guys see it?

    Will gold and silver be a lifeline?
    Gold and Silver will definitely have a place moving forward. However I think crypto's will also fill in. I've purchased silver using crypto, I've even paid for services using crypto. I'ts getting used as wider adoption takes place.

    The more people do not trust the dollar, the more Silver, Gold, Cryptos and bartering will take place leaving Uncle sugar out of much needed revenue.
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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
    Gold and Silver will definitely have a place moving forward. However I think crypto's will also fill in. I've purchased silver using crypto, I've even paid for services using crypto. I'ts getting used as wider adoption takes place.

    The more people do not trust the dollar, the more Silver, Gold, Cryptos and bartering will take place leaving Uncle sugar out of much needed revenue.
    You can't say the elite aren't capable of crashing the system and the internet.

    DON'T TAKE THE VACCINE!

    THE SHIT HAS HIT THE FAN!

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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Remember when bitcoin/cryptos were being sold as completely anonymous? That proved false.

    “Programmable Digital Currency”: The next stage of the new normal?
    The war on cash’s endgame is here: money replaced by vouchers subject to complete state control.
    Kit Knightly Oct 1, 2021

    Building on the bitcoin model, central banks are planning to produce their own “digital currencies”. Removing any and all remaining privacy, granting total control over every transaction, even limiting what ordinary people are allowed to spend their money on.

    From the moment bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies first emerged, sold as an independent and alternative medium of exchange outside the financial status quo, it was only a matter of time before the new alternative would be absorbed, modified and redeployed in service of the state.

    Enter “Central Bank Digital Currencies”: the mainstream answer to bitcoin.

    For those who have never heard of them, “Central Bank Digital Currencies” (CBDCs) are exactly what they sound like, digitized versions of the pound/dollar/euro etc. issued by central banks.

    Like bitcoin (and other crypto), the CBDC would be entirely digital, thus furthering the ongoing war on cash. However, unlike crypto, it would not have any encryption preserving anonymity. In fact, it would be totally the reverse, potentially ending the very idea of financial privacy.

    Now, you may not have heard much about the CBDC plans, lost as they are in the tangle of the ongoing “pandemic”, but the campaign is there, chugging along on the back pages for months now. There are stories about it from both Reuters and the Financial Times just today. It’s a long, slow con, but a con nonetheless.

    The countries where the idea progressed the furthest are China and the UK. The Chinese Digital Yuan has been in development since 2014, and is subject to ongoing and widespread testing. The UK is nowhere near that stage yet, but Chancellor Rishi Sunak is keenly pushing forward a digital pound that the press are calling “Britcoin”.

    Other countries, including New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Malaysia, are not far behind.

    The US is also researching the idea, with Jerome Powell, head of Federal Reserve, announcing the release of a detailed report on the “digital dollar” in the near future.

    The proposals for how these CBDCs might work should be enough to raise red flags in even the most trusting of minds.

    Most people wouldn’t like the idea of the government monitoring “all spending in real-time”, but that’s not the worst it.

    By far the most dangerous idea is that any future digital currency should be “programmable”. Meaning the people issuing the money would have the power to control how it is spent.

    That’s not an interpretation or a “conspiracy theory”, just listen to Agustin Carstens, head of the International Settlement Bank, speaking earlier this year:

    Here’s that quote again, with some emphasis added:

    The key difference [with a CBDC] is that the central bank would have absolute control on the rules and regulations that will determine the use of that expression of central bank liability, and the have the technology to enforce that.”

    …which tells you not only that they want and are seeking this power, but how they justify it to themselves. They transform other people’s money into an “expression of their liability”, and so consider it’s only right that they control it.

    An article in the Telegraph, back in June, was just as candid [our emphasis]:

    Digital cash could be programmed to ensure it is only spent on essentials, or goods which an employer or Government deems to be sensible

    The article goes on to quote Tom Mutton, a director at the BoE:

    You could introduce programmability […] There could be some socially beneficial outcomes from that, preventing activity which is seen to be socially harmful in some way.

    Governments and employers making sure the money they issue can only be used on “sensible” things, and not be used in “socially harmful” ways? It doesn’t take much imagination to see just how this system could evolve and re-shape society into a truly dystopian nightmare.

    In China the process is already beginning, with a trademarked lack of subtlety. As they progress toward the release of their digital currency, they are banning all cryptocurrencies to remove competition and it’s already known the digital yuan will be programmable.

    The West’s approach will probably be less direct, but no less controlling for that.

    Britcoin will likely be programmed in only “special circumstances”. Starting, as the Telegraph says, with state benefits. They will be flagged to be spent only on “essentials”. (Of course, if Universal Basic Income is put in place, then it’s possible the majority of people could end up on “state benefits”.)

    It’s also not hard to see programmable money feeding into the “protect the NHS narrative”, where people aren’t allowed to spend state money on sugar, cigarettes or alcohol. Or people on organ waiting lists, or diagnosed with certain conditions, have their wages and spending controlled.

    By and large, however, it is the nature of British tyranny to be unofficial. So the UK government will make a big show of renouncing their own power to program the money, thereby positively contrasting themselves with China…but at the time will take no steps to prevent large companies “programming” the wages they issue.

    So, while the state controls the digital yuan in China, the digital pound will be subject to corporate control and used to enforce the unspoken state-corporate partnership that defines true fascism.

    It will likely start in small, predictable ways designed to “limit competition”. McDonald’s, for example, will make it impossible to spend their wages at Burger King, and vice versa. Coke and Pepsi. Starbucks and Costa. You get the idea.

    We’ve witnessed the rise of cancel culture, the cultivated age of identity politics, and virtue signalling. Well, imagine how programmable currency fits into that. Companies could commit to “combatting hate”, and stop their employees from donating money to black-listed political parties, religious groups, charities or individuals.

    In the age of Covid we have seen how authors/actors/singers who step out of line are subject to poisonous witch hunts, but imagine a world where companies could “renounce those who spread misinformation”, by making it impossible to spend wages they issue on art/films/music/books by outspoken critics of the government.

    Maybe companies will make it so that employees who aren’t vaccinated have more limitations placed on their wages than vaccinated ones. Maybe an unvaxxed paycheck can’t be spent at cinemas or nightclubs, to “stop the spread of the virus”.

    John Cunliffe, deputy director of the Bank of England, told the Telegraph:

    You could think of smart contracts in which the money would be programmed to be released only if something happened.

    So maybe employers will remove choice altogether, and make a negative test and/or a vaccine booster a prerequisite for unlocking your wages. That could be applied to all kinds of behaviours moving forward.

    The World Economic Forum has a clear vision of the future where people “own nothing and are happy”, combine that with a prolonged war on homeownership, and you can see employers and governments issuing money which can be spent on rent, but not on a mortgage.

    Now imagine the nascent “Green New Deal”. Hard limits on how much money you can spend on petrol, plastic, or meat.

    Only X dollars on flights per year. Only Y pounds on beef. All for the good of the planet.

    Money will turn from an expression of independence into nothing but a voucher system operated completely at the whim of corporate monoliths.

    All of this would have sounded like rampant paranoia just two years ago, but would you honestly be surprised to see that suggestion in the Guardian, these days?

    A programmable digital currency would have, coded into it, the ability to control our entire society. And it looks like that’s where The New Normal is heading next.

    https://off-guardian.org/2021/10/01/...he-new-normal/
    DON'T TAKE THE VACCINE!

    THE SHIT HAS HIT THE FAN!

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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

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    Oh what a blessed day this is.....

    Gosh I remember all that stuff we use to take about.

    I think you told me about oil of oregano

    That was very good to have on hand while I was in the hospital when covid was running wild
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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steal View Post
    My dad stopped by PNC branch within his community and was told by the manager that it, and many others in the region have become 'virtual'. All the teller booths/lanes were blocked off and covered over. No more cash transactions there. The bank I have had my business acct at for past 16 years was a suntrust. Bought out by BB&T. It is near my business. They are closing in March. The branch 10 min from my residence is also closing. They said my new branch would be located about half hour drive or I could use online banking. I do not live in the boonies or small town. Major city suburbs.
    “And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark



    Not there yet....... but we are inching ever so closer
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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by EE_ View Post
    Remember when bitcoin/cryptos were being sold as completely anonymous? That proved false.

    “Programmable Digital Currency”: The next stage of the new normal?
    The war on cash’s endgame is here: money replaced by vouchers subject to complete state control.
    Kit Knightly Oct 1, 2021

    Building on the bitcoin model, central banks are planning to produce their own “digital currencies”. Removing any and all remaining privacy, granting total control over every transaction, even limiting what ordinary people are allowed to spend their money on.

    From the moment bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies first emerged, sold as an independent and alternative medium of exchange outside the financial status quo, it was only a matter of time before the new alternative would be absorbed, modified and redeployed in service of the state.

    Enter “Central Bank Digital Currencies”: the mainstream answer to bitcoin.

    For those who have never heard of them, “Central Bank Digital Currencies” (CBDCs) are exactly what they sound like, digitized versions of the pound/dollar/euro etc. issued by central banks.

    Like bitcoin (and other crypto), the CBDC would be entirely digital, thus furthering the ongoing war on cash. However, unlike crypto, it would not have any encryption preserving anonymity. In fact, it would be totally the reverse, potentially ending the very idea of financial privacy.

    Now, you may not have heard much about the CBDC plans, lost as they are in the tangle of the ongoing “pandemic”, but the campaign is there, chugging along on the back pages for months now. There are stories about it from both Reuters and the Financial Times just today. It’s a long, slow con, but a con nonetheless.

    The countries where the idea progressed the furthest are China and the UK. The Chinese Digital Yuan has been in development since 2014, and is subject to ongoing and widespread testing. The UK is nowhere near that stage yet, but Chancellor Rishi Sunak is keenly pushing forward a digital pound that the press are calling “Britcoin”.

    Other countries, including New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Malaysia, are not far behind.

    The US is also researching the idea, with Jerome Powell, head of Federal Reserve, announcing the release of a detailed report on the “digital dollar” in the near future.

    The proposals for how these CBDCs might work should be enough to raise red flags in even the most trusting of minds.

    Most people wouldn’t like the idea of the government monitoring “all spending in real-time”, but that’s not the worst it.

    By far the most dangerous idea is that any future digital currency should be “programmable”. Meaning the people issuing the money would have the power to control how it is spent.

    That’s not an interpretation or a “conspiracy theory”, just listen to Agustin Carstens, head of the International Settlement Bank, speaking earlier this year:

    Here’s that quote again, with some emphasis added:

    The key difference [with a CBDC] is that the central bank would have absolute control on the rules and regulations that will determine the use of that expression of central bank liability, and the have the technology to enforce that.”

    …which tells you not only that they want and are seeking this power, but how they justify it to themselves. They transform other people’s money into an “expression of their liability”, and so consider it’s only right that they control it.

    An article in the Telegraph, back in June, was just as candid [our emphasis]:

    Digital cash could be programmed to ensure it is only spent on essentials, or goods which an employer or Government deems to be sensible

    The article goes on to quote Tom Mutton, a director at the BoE:

    You could introduce programmability […] There could be some socially beneficial outcomes from that, preventing activity which is seen to be socially harmful in some way.

    Governments and employers making sure the money they issue can only be used on “sensible” things, and not be used in “socially harmful” ways? It doesn’t take much imagination to see just how this system could evolve and re-shape society into a truly dystopian nightmare.

    In China the process is already beginning, with a trademarked lack of subtlety. As they progress toward the release of their digital currency, they are banning all cryptocurrencies to remove competition and it’s already known the digital yuan will be programmable.

    The West’s approach will probably be less direct, but no less controlling for that.

    Britcoin will likely be programmed in only “special circumstances”. Starting, as the Telegraph says, with state benefits. They will be flagged to be spent only on “essentials”. (Of course, if Universal Basic Income is put in place, then it’s possible the majority of people could end up on “state benefits”.)

    It’s also not hard to see programmable money feeding into the “protect the NHS narrative”, where people aren’t allowed to spend state money on sugar, cigarettes or alcohol. Or people on organ waiting lists, or diagnosed with certain conditions, have their wages and spending controlled.

    By and large, however, it is the nature of British tyranny to be unofficial. So the UK government will make a big show of renouncing their own power to program the money, thereby positively contrasting themselves with China…but at the time will take no steps to prevent large companies “programming” the wages they issue.

    So, while the state controls the digital yuan in China, the digital pound will be subject to corporate control and used to enforce the unspoken state-corporate partnership that defines true fascism.

    It will likely start in small, predictable ways designed to “limit competition”. McDonald’s, for example, will make it impossible to spend their wages at Burger King, and vice versa. Coke and Pepsi. Starbucks and Costa. You get the idea.

    We’ve witnessed the rise of cancel culture, the cultivated age of identity politics, and virtue signalling. Well, imagine how programmable currency fits into that. Companies could commit to “combatting hate”, and stop their employees from donating money to black-listed political parties, religious groups, charities or individuals.

    In the age of Covid we have seen how authors/actors/singers who step out of line are subject to poisonous witch hunts, but imagine a world where companies could “renounce those who spread misinformation”, by making it impossible to spend wages they issue on art/films/music/books by outspoken critics of the government.

    Maybe companies will make it so that employees who aren’t vaccinated have more limitations placed on their wages than vaccinated ones. Maybe an unvaxxed paycheck can’t be spent at cinemas or nightclubs, to “stop the spread of the virus”.

    John Cunliffe, deputy director of the Bank of England, told the Telegraph:

    You could think of smart contracts in which the money would be programmed to be released only if something happened.

    So maybe employers will remove choice altogether, and make a negative test and/or a vaccine booster a prerequisite for unlocking your wages. That could be applied to all kinds of behaviours moving forward.

    The World Economic Forum has a clear vision of the future where people “own nothing and are happy”, combine that with a prolonged war on homeownership, and you can see employers and governments issuing money which can be spent on rent, but not on a mortgage.

    Now imagine the nascent “Green New Deal”. Hard limits on how much money you can spend on petrol, plastic, or meat.

    Only X dollars on flights per year. Only Y pounds on beef. All for the good of the planet.

    Money will turn from an expression of independence into nothing but a voucher system operated completely at the whim of corporate monoliths.

    All of this would have sounded like rampant paranoia just two years ago, but would you honestly be surprised to see that suggestion in the Guardian, these days?

    A programmable digital currency would have, coded into it, the ability to control our entire society. And it looks like that’s where The New Normal is heading next.

    https://off-guardian.org/2021/10/01/...he-new-normal/
    Governments are a little late to the crypto scene. Normies might use central bank digital coins, but there are a lot of other people who will not. It can likely be a hybrid system. Central Bank tokens used to pay for gas, food, mortgage, etc. Cryptos used for things you don't want the government to see.

    Black markets have been and always will be a part of the human condition. The tighter they squeeze the more revenue they let slip their fingers.
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    "Voting is nothing more than a slaves suggestion box, voting on a new master every few years does not make you free."

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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
    Governments are a little late to the crypto scene. Normies might use central bank digital coins, but there are a lot of other people who will not. It can likely be a hybrid system. Central Bank tokens used to pay for gas, food, mortgage, etc. Cryptos used for things you don't want the government to see.

    Black markets have been and always will be a part of the human condition. The tighter they squeeze the more revenue they let slip their fingers.
    Converting dollars to more silver and taking out cash in $20's is not a bad idea right now.
    PM's had a good day.

    Best prices today on 10oz Pamps and kilo Pamps. Get them while they last!

    https://monumentmetals.com/silver/si...lver-bars.html
    https://monumentmetals.com/silver/si...lver-bars.html
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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Quote Originally Posted by EE_ View Post
    Converting dollars to more silver and taking out cash in $20's is not a bad idea right now.
    PM's had a good day.

    Best prices today on 10oz Pamps and kilo Pamps. Get them while they last!

    https://monumentmetals.com/silver/si...lver-bars.html
    https://monumentmetals.com/silver/si...lver-bars.html
    Definitely agreed, the contagion is spreading fast in China. Likely to hit Europe / U.S. soon and slide into a global depression. Cash will have its place initially so if you can take some out to have it on hand might want to consider doing so.

    Precious metals are wealth preservation, crypto's will likely get used for transactions to sideline corporations / government.
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    Re: I'm gonna call it now, The Shit Has Hit The Fan!

    Posted by Monty on Great Reset thread:

    Seizing Everything: The Theft of the Global Commons – Part 1

    https://in-this-together.com/global-commons-part-1/

    The news IMFS is designed to tie our biosecurity commitments to Universal Basic Income (UBI or similar state payments) which will be paid with Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC.) This will ensure our compliance, as Central Banks will use AI algorithms, combined with population monitoring (track and trace, vaccine passports or some other form of social credit surveillance system), to monitor and control all of our transactions, behaviour and movements.

    The dreaded authoritarian knock on the door will be replaced with the dreaded authoritarian beep of a refused card payment. If you can’t buy food with your money it doesn’t really matter how much of it you have. Comply or starve is a distinct possibility.
    So, I'm absolutely REFUSING to sign my self up for digital slavery. So, when those whores in DC pass those bills in the House and Senate written by the Federal Reserve ordering the Federal Reserve to set up digital wallets for every citizen, I'm absolutely NOT walking into that trap.

    But I'm thinking that I also have a death sentence hanging over me. I'm assuming that they will somehow make property taxes payable in their digital currency,so does that mean at some point you are going to be homeless? And what about utilities, I'm assuming the satanic jew bankers own them, so they will make payment for them in the digital currency. So does that mean I'll have no electricity?

    I know the whores in DC are in on it. So, are they all going to get a pass and somehow not be in this slave grid themselves?

    Seems like the only hope is in the red states at the state level.

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