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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    So,who do you think will determine what's "fair and sustainable"? What you describe sure sounds like communism to me.
    I can tell you it's not the people or voters.

    Voters didn't ask for the governments to make up what is classified as an assault military grade . They see what's fit for the people.

    The people are not voting for a cbdc currency that 100 countries are working on. The bank of Canada wants Canadians input while I could lay money that 80 % do not even know what it is.

    The people didn't vote to live in energy poverty till we figure out solutions in the new transition.

    The people didn't vote to ban the gas power engine and put mandates in for electric vehicles.

    We didn't vote to pay strategic partners to bring work. The taxpayers shouldn't foot the bill to bring in work. Especially when they all belong to the same powerful organization.

    Who voted for higher taxs lol.

    I can however show hundreds of links to a certain organization that has brought in hundreds of policies or trials or pilot programs that didn't receive votes from the public. I tried posting some of them in the great reset thread and got a warning for posting to much without any interest from other members. Including billions of Canadians tax dollars going to these strategic partners. That claim are reshaping our society.


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    Seems Blackrock is all OK for the tokenization. Etf,s are the stepping stones to tokenization.
    And people wonder why crypto has skyrocketed government's from all around the world are investing into certain platforms as they move to a more digital world.

    Again he used money laundering as an example lol. But I thought tokenization was a conspiracy hahahahah. Till it wasn't

    https://youtu.be/se1bcqMYg8g?si=pbnpKyaPbgdUbvIc

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirewodGuy View Post
    We've been 98% cashless since 2000
    So your ok with a programmable money supply. You could be opening a new account taking your money and transferring to a new type of digital currency aka crypto. .. what do you know about blockchain technology. Is not cash it's not directed by your bank it would be right from the central bankers. Also I'm pretty sure it will be third party connected to partnerships to keep it safe and secure through its apps. .
    Like mentioned we will "abandon" the traditional currency. It's not the same.

    If we did implement it would restrictions be used for incentives the cbdc. In europe now using cash over a certain amount is illegal. Want to pay for a tree removal with cash nope. Want to buy a car with cash nope you would be classified as a criminal and could be sent to prison and fined. . Want that reno done with cash nope not going to happen. Maybe a new roof on your house nope. They don't have that choice anymore. Just like the vaccine it's your choice nobody said you had to quit your career . If you dont want to be treated like a criminal for using cash over an allotted amount now is the to speak not later . The bank of Canada has already filled for all it's digital currency rights.


    Then again when the partnerships refuse millions of Canadians daily the right to use cash. People tend to use less cash and tap more. What choice do they have. ?

    Here is a recent article about it trying to rosy it up.
    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/busi...y-canada-cbdc/

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfood View Post
    In europe now using cash over a certain amount is illegal. Want to pay for a tree removal with cash nope. Want to buy a car with cash nope you would be classified as a criminal and could be sent to prison and fined. . Want that reno done with cash nope not going to happen. Maybe a new roof on your house nope. They don't have that choice anymore. Just like the vaccine it's your choice nobody said you had to quit your career . If you dont want to be treated like a criminal for using cash over an allotted amount now is the to speak not later .

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    In Europe, as is everywhere, there is a high rate of tax evasion by paying under the table. Now if you said pay cash including your fair share of tax great however the cash system is often used to cheat the system. So ya if you want to use cash then I can see being treated as a criminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    In Europe, as is everywhere, there is a high rate of tax evasion by paying under the table. Now if you said pay cash including your fair share of tax great however the cash system is often used to cheat the system. So ya if you want to use cash then I can see being treated as a criminal.
    But that is just an excuse to enclose the world into the system. So is the convenience and the money we will be saving as ""they"" have made things more expensive.
    In the video posted above with Larry fink black rock the last 30 seconds of the clip is all you need to know maybe 40. It will push everyone into a controlled system. Just like the guns law abiding citizens loose thier rights from a few bad apples. Tokenizing every asset into the system to fight back on money laundering. Every purchase would be tracked and monitored. What happens when they decide your purchase is bad for the environment or your health? Or simply our ammunition could have limits as the government already said its goal is disarmament and ammunition regulations. Nope sorry you can't purchase that you've passed your allotted amount. Then what. They already talk about it at the economic events it was there selling points. Programmable money.

    Just like they don't take cash for reasons of theft . Yeah it can be justified and it's their business but in the end zero choice is given to millions of Canadians " 0 "..



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