Choke Point: How the Government Will Control the Cashless Economy

10/24/201621 Comments

FROM: New United Nations HQ - Consumer Enforcement Division
TO: Winston Smith
DATE: 02/17/2025
SUBJECT: Revocation of commercial interaction license

Dear Consumer,

Our biometric detection division has confirmed that you participated in the protests at last month's coronation of Hillary Clinton as Supreme Leader of the United States for Life. Your case was reviewed by our enforcement personnel and you were found guilty of unlawful dissent. As a result, all of your financial accounts have been closed, your carbon credit allowance has been frozen, and your consumer participation chip has been deactivated.

You have been downgraded from consumer to laborer. As such, you may proceed to the nearest Federal Emergency Management Agency labor camp to receive your work assignment. You will be provided a space in the dormitory and three meal credits per day.

All Hail the New United Nations, Praise Be to Secretary General Rothschild.

Sound like far-fetched science fiction fantasy? If only.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thanks! In-depth article.

  2. RobinHood77 says:

    Sounds like a premonition of these verses in Revelations 17, written about 2,000 years ago. Amazing, that only since the invention of the transistor in 1948, and consequently computers, is this even feasible. At the time this was written, a number for every human being was unthinkable. .

    16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: 17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. 18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

    So if you don’t go along with the system, they just turn off your number and you starve.

    • phreedomphile says:

      Remarkable and scary. The ‘mark of the beast’ system is metastasizing across the globe, reaching the poorest peasants in Africa where no infrastructure exists that would seem to support this, yet, it’s happening and FAST.

      Two highly recommended articles –

      http ://www . wakingtimes . com/2016/08/26/the-emerging-mark-of-the-beast-system/

      Zuckerberg is playing a role in Africa’s Enslavement :

      http ://truthandarttv . com/how-facebooks-zuckerberg-is-quietly-funding-africas-future-global-enslavement

    • Ragnar says:

      Back when the bar code system was being introduced, I remember a guy telling me that the designers based the system on the number 666 as a “joke”.

      If that’s true, the meaning is even more relevant to biblical prophesy and irony.

  3. RobinHood77 says:

    oops that was Revelations 13 not 17.

  4. peace.froggs says:

    You know, lets say this is how it will unfold, isn’t it a blessing in disguise? I mean we’re all trying to find a way to escape the system, and here it is, the system will do it for us.

    Haha, honestly I can’t wait until the day the system/beast no longer wants me.

  5. amjamiediggins says:

    Thanks James, always insightful!

    Throughout my working years,I probably made equal to or more than my pay check in side work… as a mechanic. I never advertised, never stole work from my employer, never screwed my customers, and have never marked up parts prices! I used to charged 1/2 of my employers retail hourly rate and could/can source parts at 1/2-1/3 of retail!. Bottom line is; I made a good income, and provided a tremendous service and value to ALL of my happy customers. AND always insisted on cash payment (make all the payments you want, you can have your vehicle when it’s paid for).
    I am retired (physically disabled) now and do little of what I used to, but I do not fear the upcoming sh*t storm! The ONLY service I’ve ever had to pay for was having my well deepened (a very large and expensive tool)! I know that my services will ALWAYS be in demand, even if only in an advisory capacity.
    I believe that I have value as a human being, and .gov cannot legislate that away. I KNOW how to DO things, and that comes from constantly seeking to learn, knowing how to solicit good advice/information, deductive reasoning, and conducting my life and business affairs with honesty and integrity!
    I only feel empathy for people these days that know nothing but their phones, they will be truly screwed then the cashless society comes down, as for me, there is always barter.
    Warmly, Andy.

    • peace.froggs says:

      This may seem cheesy, but if you watched the show and understood then you’ll get it

      • amjamiediggins says:

        Hey Peace.Froggs, I presume your comment was addressed to me, if not I apologize.
        Ya, I was a teen when the Dukes was aired, and I think I get your drift… good ol’ boys an all.
        My point in my long winded diatribe was simply, “I have worth” in my little society, as do most (but I’m not the judge of who is/is not). Perhaps not in the eyes of .gov, but in the opinion of the many who do seek out my services and advice in my given fieldS of experience/ expertise. Further, my value as a person cannot be legislated away, unless of course, THE man can control the minds of all who’s lives I have interacted with. I did them right, and they enriched my wallet.
        The sick idea of more .gov intrusion in every aspect of everyone’s life is a frightful thought, but I do not fear it! I do not look forward to it either, I’m just at peace with my position in life. Hope for the best, hedge for the worst.
        BTW, I read the article, did not listen / watch.
        Peace, Andy

        • peace.froggs says:

          I think you kinda sorta caught my drift, basically what I’m saying is that ideally government is here to serve the people, yet more times than not the elite find a way to usurp the system and serve themselves instead.

          Nothing wrong with paying taxes, so long as the taxes are spent improving the quality of life of every citizen. It’s finding that balance that is the key. However, much like the TV show allegory I referred to, no matter how corrupt it gets, we keep on fighting the system, and I quote the lyrics

          Makin’ their way
          The only way they know how
          That’s just a little bit more
          Than the law will allow.

          Cheesy I know, but to the point. In other words, you fought the system the only way you knew how, so if there’s ever a day that the system decides to over step the boundaries and declare some of us are obsolete, and seek to phase us out of society like the article suggest, then it simply means were on the right path.

          I’m not an anarchist, in fact I believe the system can work, which sets me apart along my fellow travelers here at the CorbettReport, if anything, I’m more of a socialist outlaw, kinda like Waylon Jennings haha!

          • ypyrkh says:

            Nothing wrong with paying taxes if you have control at how your money is spent, and then taxes become charity. I can see where you are coming from but have that point of view ever been made into reality? For the system to work it has to be a completely different system, the one were you have a good measure of control over it.

            • peace.froggs says:

              Taxes are earmarked. That said, I’m also a realist, I know corruption will always be part of government, humans are flawed after all.

              If we take into account corruption and compare the standard of living to that of our grand parents generation a 100 years ago, decisions made by our lawmakers/politicians (good and bad) over the years incrementally improved our quality of life.

              9/11 brought government corruption to a whole other level. Although the culprits haven’t been brought to justice, they have been tried in the court of public opinion thanks to websites like CorbettReport, and were found guilty, but that doesn’t mean we should dismantle the system they tried so hard to destroy on that day.

              • ypyrkh says:

                You have to remember that so called government is not made up of some supreme beings, they are still people like you and me. Therefore they cannot possess any superior judgement(arguable since they might be more knowledgeable), but more so, they can’t have rights other people do not possess, you cannot delegate to a representative “government” something that you don’t have yourself. Like it or not, the concept of government is a disguised form slavery.

          • amjamiediggins says:

            whilst I absolutely respect your opinion, I’ve been a libertarian before I even knew the word, and most conservative by nature. The assassination of Justice Scalia caused me to realize that NOTHING in my entire lifetime has changed politically, I still remember JFK loosing his mind! I WAS politically active, thinking that through my altruism, I might effect some small positive change. What a fool I was! All I can say is good luck waiting on that perfect form of .gov! I’d be interested in hearing how you think that is going to develop.
            I was not “fighting the system” so much as fighting to support my young family, and literally wore my body out doing so.
            In re-scanning the article, there are only 4 items there that are of concern to me, other than the whole of it.
            1, I smoke, but I have some acreage, so I can grow my own.
            2,and 3, I don’t need to buy any more guns, and I can reload.
            4, I do occasionally like to look at some porn, but I don’t NEED to, and don’t “buy” it.
            I would recommend James’ video “all wars are banker wars” to round out your hope for a perfect .gov
            Peace, Andy

            • peace.froggs says:

              When did I ever say I was looking for a perfect government? Quite the opposite really, there is no such thing as a perfect government. I am a realist, and believe that the American Constitution is as “perfect” as it gets.

              The Constitution is the Executive, the Legislative and the Judicial, and since politicians are humans beings, some of their decisions will be flawed and they can be susceptible to corruption, however these poor misguided decisions can be amended or repealed.

              It is important to understand that some of the founders believed the constitution was for the living and not for the dead. Meaning, as society changes/evolves, the constitution could be left to the interpretation of the Judicial/Supreme court, or it could be amended through constitutional conventions.

              Now it is important that we differentiate between government institutions and banking institutions.

              The letter in the article from SunTrust Bank to Brian Lynn, that closed his companies deposit and account services with no warning or explanation is apart and partial from the government, banks like SunTrust are private institutions.

              Civil Rights prohibits discrimination by privately owned places of public accommodation on the basis of race, color, religion or national origin. We have rights, and these rights are unalienable. It is now up to Mr Brian Lynn to hire himself a good lawyer and fight this out in court.

              Now, I’m not an apologist, I know that since 9/11, the day “they” tried to shred the Constitution, they have since implemented some serious unconstitutional legislation like that of the patriot act and implemented the unconstitutional no fly list.

              These need to be repealed ASAP, or at the very least be amended in order to give individuals legal recourse to challenge their inclusion on these unconstitutional lists in court.

              Wiki — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has long criticized the No Fly List and similar list because of the lack of notification to persons included on such lists. The ACLU’s stance is that the government has not provided a constitutionally adequate means of allowing individuals to challenge their inclusion on the list…

              Frederick Douglass, an escaped slave who became an influential public figure in the Union States before the U.S. Civil War, in a speech delivered in 1867 said “A man’s rights rest in three boxes. The ballot box, jury box and the cartridge box.” –in that order.

              We need to realize that “we” are the government, and it is up to us to right the wrongs using the ballot box and jury box before the only box that we have left is the cartridge box.

  6. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Thanks James… That was very scary… here is why!

    If you focus on the “high-risk” industries you have listed above, and ask yourself the question.. “Why these?? what is the connection???”

    You will get a chilling effect of fear once you connect the dots…

    I did.. and here is what i got…

    All the listed “high-risk” industries, are things the “government/corporate” engages in, and want total monopoly on. and to list a few..

    Gun Sales / Escort Service / Mailing lists / Pharmaceuticals Sales

    (translated – Gun Sales – means i can defend myself / Escort Service – means i can fulfill my basic needs / Mailing lists – means i can reach others and form groups / Pharmaceuticals Sales – means i can self heal and not depend on others)

    So, what do these have in common..

    1) Monopoly on these industries gives the person controlling them total power.

    2) They enable people who enjoyed them “Freedom and Liberty” (a man who wants nothing has no price)

    And as you clearly point out James.. Were they are taken us, there will be no Freedom or Liberty.

    We better start fighting or learning how Chickens in a Chicken farm cope with life

    For those who choose not to fight, here is an article of the life to expect.

  7. bob_fergus says:

    Taxation is theft!
    No governing body in the world today does so through altruism but greed for money/power,hence are inherently incapable of “honestly” distributing public funds.

  8. rltmlt says:

    Similar to the concerns that were raised when the subject of Mandatory Implanted Data Chips was a current issue !

  9. hansomebwonderful2001 says:

    I woke up this morning and was thinking about cbdc. I can’t even see why anybody want to get up and go to work in the morning if they don’t have control over their money they’re making. Why would anybody want to be part of a system that they don’t even control what they work for. The more people that realize this the more people will get involved in the fight against this.

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