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The Banksters Ultimate Dream: A Cashless Society, Starting With the Military

by SGT

Why is a cashless society the holy grail of total tyrannical control for the Banksters? Because once your entire financial banking life is under the dominion of these criminals in the form of a card or an implanted chip, you will never again be free. They are already tracking you, building a database about you and monitoring your every move. But once cash transactions are done away with entirely, if the Banksters (or fascist government) don’t like your point of view or politics, they can just turn your chip off.

“And no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast.” It’s all part of the Rockefeller plan as Hollywood producer Aaron Russo warned.

We recently received this note about the U.S. military’s implementation of the Eagle cash card, a misnomer since there’s NO CASH involved. This is just another part of the slippery slope into a 100% fascist society, controlled by a tiny group of elite psychopaths. Here’s the note:

Hey SGT, I love your blog and read it every day. I wanted to add something you may be missing. I am presently working for the U.S. Military at a deployed location. Soldiers, Sailors, Airman and Marines are already laying the groundwork for the “Cashless Society”. We are already using “Chips”, however, these chips are “Smart Cards” with chips on them. It is called the “Eagle Cash Card”. As with most technology that the government employs, they are trying it on the Department of Defense in areas not in plain site of regular civilians. The “powers that be” are very keen on using something called “Successive Approximation”. Basically, in layman terms “Baby Steps”. I don’t think they are going to the implants immediately (It’s still to Sci-Fi like for most people and too creepy for others). I truly believe they are going to use “Smart Cards” first. They already are using them. I know this because I have one and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston manages it. We basically use it as anyone would use a standard Credit Card, however, the funds come directly from our bank accounts. We can load funds on it and immediately use it at every vendor. We can also transfer funds among each other (From Soldier to Soldier). We just need to go to Eagle Cash machine to make the transfer and/or check the balance. Every time we make a purchase even if it’s a 50-cent pack of gum, we run the card. In fact, I haven’t seen a U.S. dollar or any other currency other than the host nations in more than a year. I have been using it for more than three years now at an undisclosed location in the Middle East. A quick search on the Internet and you will find what I am saying is true or you can ask a returning Soldier, Airman, Sailor or Marine and now “a Contractor”. Keep up the good work.

The name of the game is total control.

If you think the Banksters aren’t moving us toward a total-control grid monetary nightmare at warp speed, check out the Brunei-based Bank Islam Brunei Darussalom’s new biometric ATM’s. And please take special note of what appears to be the numbers ’666′ in the bank’s logo. You just can’t make this stuff up.

As we’ve long stated friends, at this point it’s humanity VS. the Banksters.

26 comments to The Banksters Ultimate Dream: A Cashless Society, Starting With the Military

  • Steve_D

    Sean, I recently received a letter from my Son’s School informing me that they would be introducing a cashless Biometric system. I would love to email you the letter they sent home, it seems there is now a coordinated effort to get this system into place.
    They are starting with the ones who are least able to refuse it, they will then turn it on the rest of society once they have indoctrinated the kids and the armed forces.

    • SGT

      Just say NO Steve! Can you scan it and e-mail it to me? sgtreport@gmail.com

      • Steve_D

        Oh don’t worry about that Sean ;)

        I sent an email right back to the head of the school and copied the governors in on it, telling them that I am vehemently opposed to the idea and that under no circumstances are they to fingerprint, thumb print or iris scan my Son.

        • Scott Sando

          Hey Steve your from England right? My friend Catherine recieved the same letter but about 2/3 years ago. She opposed it and got her children taken out of the scheme but not without struggle. I can send her an email if you like to ask her how she went about it.

  • mike martin

    hahaha. hey guys guess what? they have been using the ‘cashless’ society routine in prison for years already. if you want to know how they want us all to live, look at prisons. i know, i was there for 17 years.

  • Scott Sando

    Just done some quick googling, Have a look at this Steve

    http://www.leavethemkidsalone.com/schools.htm

  • Scott Sando

    From the website above

    ‘IT’S JUST A GAME!
    At one primary school children were told “Let’s play the game of spies. It’s just a game, so there’s no need to tell your parents.” They were then split up into groups of five or six and every single child was fingerprinted and photographed. We feel this is an appalling breach of trust by the school in question.’

    This happened in York, England, I remember reading about it in the local paper.

  • RKR

    No doubt this is the debit card George Green talked about years ago. He called it the New World Cash Card, and said they already had 3 million stamped out. (The number of the population on the Georgia Guide Stones) I did some research and found out they were stamped out by a company in my hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah. Also, I was on a conference call with Tom Shauff who had a banker tell him that the debit card was their preferred economic solution. That was about 9 years ago. We know the ultimate goal is an implantable microchip, it’s in the Obama Care bill, called a Medical Registry Device, and will be required next March. But I believe the population won’t accept it yet, so I agree that this is just an incremental step. The infrastructure is already there as most people already use debit cards.
    We need to form a new government… top to bottom!
    Keep stacking.

  • Steve_D

    Sent you an email, with attachments Sean.

    Thanks for the info Scott.

    • Scott Sando

      Its a pleasure Steve, If I know something I’ll say it (or write it). There can be know excuse for staying silent or not helping others right now.

    • SGT

      Thanks guys – this is great, love the collaborative efforts.

      • smf

        Albert Einstein: “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.” You are doing something about it SGT…you should be proud! Keep up the good work.

  • (The other) Joe

    This same thing happened when I hit basic training back 12 years ago. The FIRST thing they did was issue a smart card and forced me to a lot a partion of my pay to myself. My kids also have a cashless school in that we load money in an account and they type a number in to eat. We make their lunch most of the time but still, they don’t use cash, which also ok for a group of elementary kids.

    Side question: did anyone else get a survey from APMEX recently about silver only, wanting to why, the frequency and reason for buying silver. It was really odd. Anyone else get one of those?

    • SGT

      I got it, but didn’t fill it out. I don’t deal much w/ Apmex any more, shipping & insurance tend to be too high IMO. Stick with, Liberty Coin, Miles Franklin, Provident or Gainsville! From Apmex:

      “We’re interested in your perspectives about investing in Silver – today and in the future. Please take our brief online survey so we can better understand your needs and serve you better. Please know that this survey is completely anonymous and confidential. As a thank you for your participation, you’ll receive instructions on how to claim your thank you gift at the end of the survey.”

      • (The other) Joe

        Yeah, that was the strange thing, I only buy from Provudent now which is why their message was so strange. Then again, it would add up if they’ve got a drop off in business now. Steve_D says the free gift is free shipping in on orders over $3,000… Which ironically, is the same promotion they are running for pretty much anyone who buys from them, which shows how nychbthey value my opinion, which is pretty much the reason provident has all my business.

        Initially I thought it may be one of those things where they want to have a good bead in who’s buying what and how often so they can CYA and report me to the Feds for Obama’s “Resource” executive order.

        Thanks!

    • Steve_D

      Joe, I got one of those in my email this morning. I filled it in and they gave me my free gift, which was …………… Free shipping on any order over $3000. :(

  • BladeMcCool

    Meh the Bitcoin system is superior to this since you don’t need a bank account to work for Bitcoins and nobody can take your bitcoins from you or debase the Bitcoin value through excessive issuance. So I dont see what the appeal of this eagle cash thing would be when there are already better electronic value transfer systems that are outside the control of the state.

  • ML

    When I joined the Air Force 24 years ago we had a BLUE CARD, which was used for uniforms…food what have you.
    I went on numerous deployments/wars. We didnt get the Eagle Cash Card until 2005-2006. It is STILL voluntary….we were told its do to remote locations not having ATM machines or a finance office to get cash from. As a deployment manager , I had to have a completed application with the members before they head down range, but it was up to them to use.

    ML

  • Steve_D

    Sean, check out this link about the RCM looking to phase out metal coins in favour of a digital currency.

    http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=24453

  • Ed_B

    “Side question: did anyone else get a survey from APMEX recently about silver only, wanting to why, the frequency and reason for buying silver. It was really odd. Anyone else get one of those?”

    Yep, got one yesterday. No biggie. This is a typical ‘how can we expand our business?’ type survey. I answered the questions and did not think them particularly invasive. The prize for this effort was free shipping on an order of more than $3k. Most of my orders are that size or larger but I still got a better deal at Provident on some Maples, even after shipping was added on.

    Only problem I have with on-line vendors is that I pay by check and they want to fiddle-poop around with the checks for several days. Hey, my credit rating is superb. You don’t get there by not paying your bills, in full and on time, everytime. I am sure that they could adequately vet me and my account if they had a mind to do so. One would think that they would have a “preferred customer account” that accepted checks ASAP and not after holding them for 5-6 days. My step-Dad was a bank VP in Calif. I asked him once how long it took their bank to verify a check. He said, “15 minutes if we are in no hurry and 5 minutes if we are”.
    :-/

  • Tyler

    I am sorry but having spent several years in the military and 2 of them down range I disagree with your assesment of the eagle cash card system. It is a system in place for soldiers down range, it is not used in everyday life in the military. And it is something that is not even pushed, promoted, or used that much. You are looking for something that is not there simply b/c you want to believe it is there.

  • Bart

    I had gotten a call about 2 weeks ago from a woman who said she was collecting donations for a staterun system to help children get fingerprinted and photographed so that they can be put into a database to help stop child abductions. I told her that she sounded nice, but that the very thing you say you are trying to stop, and the agency that is requesting the information for,was probably the same organization that was abducting children. The system is very corrupt, you must only look at the boiled down working of yourself to see the evil inside. Deception and murder are what is left, unless you bridge yourself to life that God gave us. His name is Jesus, for when you love others, you are loving God Himself. We must live this. Things are getting very dark for mankind, but the light and life are always rightafter darkness and death.

  • Bob Martin

    These chips have been in use across Europe for the better part of a decade, the whole continent is well prepared for hard currency removal. It’s amazing to see how fast the younger generation has adapted to change, my last visit was met with lots of confusion whenever I attempted to use my non-chipped north american cards, you definately get a feeling of helplessness when no one is willing to accept your “money”.

  • Vietnam Vet

    It’s just as much our government’s dream here in the US and elsewhere to go cashless. The reason is as the economy unravels and taxes raised to meet mounting deficits, more and more people pay for the services they need in cash leaving it up to the recipient whether to declare it as income. Estimates are that governments are ‘losing’ 20 percent of the income taxes and sales taxes they could get if people were forced into a cashless money system. So there you have it; and yes, the banksta globalist’s want cashless systems as well, but the individual governments will hand this control to the globalists on a silver platter because governments want that tax money they are losing now. To prevent its implementation, you must elect people who will protect your freedoms, not look for more ways to take even more of your hard-earned money and give it to some other group, either to buy their votes or garner ‘campaign contributions’ and future jobs for themselves. I’d say always vote for a challenger in any election, term limit all of them every election so they have don’t have time to become “bought” and captured by special interests.

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