The Birth of the Cashless Society — Hive

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30-08-20 09:13:00,

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by James Corbett
corbettreport.com
August 29, 2020

As we all know by now, the entire corona crisis was and is an excuse for The Great Reset. And, as anyone who has followed the financial prognostication space for the past decade knows, “the great reset” has been used nearly interchangeably with “the global currency reset” to describe the collapse of the old dollar-centric Bretton Woods system and the rise of a new international monetary order.

It should come as no surprise, then, that the post-corona Great Reset being hyped by the World Economic Forum and their globalist fellow travelers is itself predicated on a global currency reset. But this global currency reset has a distinctly 21st-century technocratic flavour.

The form that this currency reset is taking reveals itself in the latest headlines from the world of central banking:

U.S. Moves Closer To Digital Dollar

Bank of England Governor Signals Central Bank Digital Currency is Coming

China To Begin Major Expansion Of Digital Currency Testing

Yes, to the surprise of absolutely no one, the central banksters are using “The Great Reset” as a smokescreen to smuggle through one of their most cherished fantasies: the cashless society. Soon, central banks will be issuing national digital currencies and tracking every single transaction in the economy in real time.

And if you were able to read that last paragraph without feeling a chill run down your spine, then you need to get up to speed on what the cashless society entails and why it must be resisted with every last fiber of our being.

First, the specifics.

The “digital dollar” that the US senate banking committee is holding hearings about is the same digital dollar proposal that I talked about in my podcast on The Greatest Depression this past March. As you’ll recall, the Digital Dollar Project is being promoted by the World Economic Forum (surprise, surprise) and sold to the public via the old Cold War trick of “the Russkies Chinese are doing it,

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Birth From The Second Womb

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25-04-20 04:56:00,

You start out in the first womb and it’s alright. There’s not much to do but you don’t get any bills, you never have to worry about where your next meal’s going to come from, and you don’t have to read anybody sharing their opinions about Donald Trump’s latest mouth fart.

They don’t let you stay there, though. After a while the first womb becomes too small for you, so you get moved out into the second womb.

The second womb is like the opposite of the first womb: there’s plenty to do and lots to look at, but it’s really abrasive and they basically just kick you around for a few decades and then bury you in dirt. There’s shouting and anger and telemarketers, there’s school and then work and then a steadily degrading convalescence. It’s like one of those really awkward social situations where you don’t know what to do with your hands, except it lasts a lot longer, and instead of your hands it’s everything.

And then, if you’re lucky and you don’t miscarry in the second womb, you get to be born.

Most pregnancies end in miscarriage, either in the first womb or the second womb. Sometimes the fetus is lost in the first twelve weeks of pregnancy, sometimes the fetus makes it all the way to the 300th trimester in the second womb and breathes its last breath on a bed surrounded by loved ones, but either way it’s a lucky fetus indeed that survives all the way until birth.

Being born is very nice, like all the best things in the first womb and all the best things in the second womb combined. There’s plenty to do and plenty to look at, as in the second womb, but it’s also very carefree and peaceful like in the first womb.

When you are born, your life ceases to be ruled by loud mental chatter. You are birthed out of a world that is constantly filtered through layers of mental narrative, and into one in which you just perceive what shows up.

Everything gets really still inside, which means you’re able to see beauty everywhere. All of a sudden you’re not looking at a world full of friends and enemies and right people and wrong people and inconveniences and obstacles,

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Chemical Birth Control’s Negative Role in Both Men and Women – Vaxxter

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24-12-19 09:39:00,

By Dani Lasher, Vaxxter Contributor

This is a fourth in a series of articles exposing little-known scientific research on how Science and Pharma are destroying health, eliminating parental choice and negatively impacting the family.  Find Part One here  – Part Two here. – Part Three here.

Pharmaceutical birth control plays a major role in influencing the health of human beings. The lasting effect on childbirth after years of using birth control pills is unknown.

Birth Control is Not About Women’s Rights

Big Pharma capitalized on feminism to give women what they wanted: more choices. Decades later, it’s clear those fabricated choices have undermined women’s rights to informed consent and bodily autonomy. This “choice” paved the way for female disempowerment by removing adequate menstrual and fertility education from schools and even making the topic a societal taboo. Thus, young women are no longer on ways to naturally prevent pregnancy. The development of the birth control pill was a societal dream come true in the 1960 era of feminism. Women were given authority over their bodies, or so they thought.

The birth control pill gave these  side effects:

  • Nausea
  • Breast pain
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Blood clots and more

There are many anecdotal claims of the birth control pill causing allergic reactions and even classified mood disorders like Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder.

Uterine Implants

Intrauterine devices have become popular, with the copper IUD called Paragard, which positions itself as being “hormone-free.” Pharma tells women the copper ions kill sperm and has no hormonal effect. Herein lies the deception. The copper IUD doesn’t contain hormones, but copper does impact hormones.

Copper upregulates estrogen in the body. A 1973 study in Fertility & Sterility found copper increased estrogen uptake in rats. A 2014 Neurology case report noted increased copper levels alongside estrogen may raise the risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.

Several other IUDs contain synthetic hormones, such as Mirena, which is associated with some alarming adverse events. Bayer is battling several lawsuits over this device,

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The Birth of a Monster: The Federal Reserve | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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16-03-19 12:46:00,

By David Howden

The Federal Reserve’s doors have been open for “business” for one hundred years. In explaining the creation of this money-making machine (pun intended — the Fed remits nearly $100 bn. in profits each year to Congress) most people fall into one of two camps.

Those inclined to view the Fed as a helpful institution, fostering financial stability in a world of error-prone capitalists, explain the creation of the Fed as a natural and healthy outgrowth of the troubled National Banking System. How helpful the Fed has been is questionable at best, and in a recent book edited by Joe Salerno and me — The Fed at One Hundred — various contributors outline many (though by no means all) of the Fed’s shortcomings over the past century.

Others, mostly those with a skeptical view of the Fed, treat its creation as an exercise in secretive government meddling (as in G. Edward Griffin’s The Creature from Jekyll Island) or crony capitalism run amok (as in Murray Rothbard’s The Case Against the Fed).

In my own chapter in The Fed at One Hundred I find sympathies with both groups (you can download the chapter pdf here). The actual creation of the Fed is a tragically beautiful case study in closed-door Congressional deals and big banking’s ultimate victory over the American public. Neither of these facts emerged from nowhere, however. The fateful events that transpired in 1910 on Jekyll Island were the evolutionary outcome of over fifty years of government meddling in money. As such, the Fed is a natural (though terribly unfortunate) outgrowth of an ever more flawed and repressive monetary system.

Before the Fed

Allow me to give a brief reverse biographical sketch of the events leading up to the creation of a monster in 1914.

Unlike many controversial laws and policies of the American government — such as the Affordable Care Act, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or the War on Terror — the Federal Reserve Act passed with very little public outcry. Also strange for an industry effectively cartelized, the banking establishment welcomed the Fed with open arms.

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The Birth Of A Monster

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18-02-19 08:07:00,

Authored by David Howden via The Mises Institute,

The Federal Reserve’s doors have been open for “business” for one hundred years. In explaining the creation of this money-making machine (pun intended – the Fed remits nearly $100 bn. in profits each year to Congress) most people fall into one of two camps.

Those inclined to view the Fed as a helpful institution, fostering financial stability in a world of error-prone capitalists, explain the creation of the Fed as a natural and healthy outgrowth of the troubled National Banking System. How helpful the Fed has been is questionable at best, and in a recent book edited by Joe Salerno and me — The Fed at One Hundred — various contributors outline many (though by no means all) of the Fed’s shortcomings over the past century.

Others, mostly those with a skeptical view of the Fed, treat its creation as an exercise in secretive government meddling (as in G. Edward Griffin’s The Creature from Jekyll Island) or crony capitalism run amok (as in Murray Rothbard’s The Case Against the Fed).

In my own chapter in The Fed at One Hundred I find sympathies with both groups (you can download the chapter pdf here). The actual creation of the Fed is a tragically beautiful case study in closed-door Congressional deals and big banking’s ultimate victory over the American public. Neither of these facts emerged from nowhere, however. The fateful events that transpired in 1910 on Jekyll Island were the evolutionary outcome of over fifty years of government meddling in money. As such, the Fed is a natural (though terribly unfortunate) outgrowth of an ever more flawed and repressive monetary system.

Before the Fed

Allow me to give a brief reverse biographical sketch of the events leading up to the creation of a monster in 1914.

Unlike many controversial laws and policies of the American government — such as the Affordable Care Act, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or the War on Terror — the Federal Reserve Act passed with very little public outcry. Also strange for an industry effectively cartelized,

 » Lees verder