“Money’s destiny is to become digital,” announced a 2002 study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. In terms of public safety and national security, the sooner the world moves to a digital cashless economy, the better. Jonathan Lipow
The headline screamed, “Louisiana Bans Cash!” When I heard this two days ago I thought it was a joke, but this isn’t funny and it’s no joke.
The State of Louisiana has banned cash sales on all 2nd hand goods. Yes, boys ‘n girls you can no longer go to a swap meet, antique store, garage sale, etc. and use cash to purchase your items .
The excuse being used by the author of House Bill 195, Rickey Hardy, is that by eliminating cash sales of second hand goods this will help law enforcement track stolen goods like copper, etc.
Customers will have to use checks, credit cards, or purchase a money order. And it gets worse, according to Attorney Thad D. Ackel, lead counsel at Ackel and Associates LLC.:
. “For every transaction a secondhand dealer must obtain the seller’s personal information such as their name, address, driver’s license number and the license plate number of the vehicle in which the goods were delivered. They must also make a detailed description of the item(s) purchased and submit this with the personal identification information of every transaction to the local policing authorities through electronic daily reports.”
Now why would Louisiana or any state want to ban cash sales? Because they want to track our every move.
This is just the first OVERT step in moving us towards a cashless society, towards implanted tracking chips, national ID cards, and more.
Here’s another excuse for a NWO cashless society. Turn in your cash and we’ll all be safer!. Ya, right!