George Soros: 'I'll Eliminate Cash For The New World Order'
Whistleblower leaks info on plans for one world government
Billionaire globalist, George Soros, has vowed to end the use of paper currency in banks in a bid to push the NWO's agenda for a single world government, according to a Soros insider.
A former colleague of George Soros, investment guru Jim Rogers, has revealed that Soros is working with governments to end the use of "anonymous" cash to implement a digital cashless society, where all payments can be monitored by the state.
Rogers has warned, that Soros is already working with world governments to make all payments completely digital and that the end of cash would mean an electronic surveillance state would be able to monitor your every expense.
The New World Order wants a single world government that uses a single world currency, and Soros is working hard to eradicate the anonymity of cash so that data can be logged about public spending, that's not only limited to how much you spend, but what you buy, where you buy it, and how often.
Infowars reports: Jim Rogers, who co-founded the Quantum Group with globalist billionaire George Soros in 1973, noted that many governments around the world are cutting back on the amount of paper currency in circulation.
“Governments are always looking out for themselves first, and it’s the same old thing that has been going on for hundreds of years,” he said during an interview with the MacroVoices Podcast. “The Indians recently did the same thing. They withdrew 86 percent of the currency in circulation, and they have now made it illegal to spend more than, I think it’s about $4,000 in any cash transaction.”
“In France, you cannot use more than, I think it’s a €1,000.”
Following the Charlie Hebdo terror attack in 2015, the French government prohibited cash payments of more than €1,000, with then-Finance Minister Michel Sapin arguing it was necessary to “fight against the use of cash and anonymity in the French economy.”
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew 500- and 1,000-rupee bills as legal tender, removing 86 percent of the country’s currency bills from circulation.
The European Commission recently issued a “road map” to implement severe restrictions and reporting requirements on the use of cash across the European Union, with the final goal of eliminating the use of cash altogether.
Rogers warned the trend by governments to eliminate the use of cash for economic transactions is part of a larger effort by those governments to implement a surveillance state by directly monitoring the spending habits of its citizens.
“Many countries are already doing this,” he said. “Some states in the US you cannot make cash transactions above a certain amount. Governments love it.”
“Then they can control you.”
“If you want to go and buy a cup of coffee, they know how many you drink, where you buy them, etc., if they can all put it into electronic formats and they will,” he added. “The world is all going electronic.”
Despite assurances made by governments that the replacement of cash with a digital currency will make economic transactions easier, Rogers warned they are a distraction to cover-up the elimination of basic freedoms.
“When it’s done, the governments are going to be very, very happy they are going to say they’re doing it for our own good, this is not them, this is for our good,” Rogers added. “That they’re doing this, but it’s coming, and it’s going to be a whole different world in which we live.”
“Probably we are not going to have as many freedoms as we have now even though we are already losing our freedoms at a significant pace.”